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Gigography
1954-1966 1967 1968 1969
1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979
1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989
1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004


Jan

8 Norwich Gala: The Farmer's Boys [1]


Feb

19 Edinburgh (unidentified venue, possibly University, as below: John Peel Roadshow, Sophisticated Boom Boom,Strawberry Switchblade, Guests [2]

20 University Of Edinburgh: John Peel Roadshow, with Those Horrible Sexy Vampires and TV21 playing. John had a dodgy microphone and a migraine at the time. He also remembers somebody spitting on his car back window: "Isn't that a revolutionary gesture?" [195] [3] (I was there! I remember plucking up the courage to hand him a request but not quite enough courage to do anything more than chuck it at him and run away! When I listened to the show on 22 February 1982 earlier this year (2010) for the first time, I thought I might hear my request at last. Bizarrely I did not but instead to my astonishment heard him read out a request he had been handed by a current work colleague of mine who had unknown to me, been at the gig as well (incidentally, for the Scars one of my own local faves from the time who my colleague used to jam with). I recently played the request to my colleague, it was first time he knew it had been read out. He heard his Scars request 28 years late.... - User:Weatherman22)


Mar

6 Band On The Wall, The Venue, Manchester: John Peel Roadshow, Bee Vamp, Kabbala, Pick Of The Week [4]


Apr

22 Bradford University: Skeletal Family, with John Peel Roadshow [5]


May

31 "Pinkpop", Burgemeester Damen sportpark, Geleen, Holland: Doe Maar, Au Pairs, Kid Creole & The Coconuts, Y&T, Saga, Mink Deville, ZZ Top [6]


July

23, 24 or 25, Norwich, unknown venue: John Peel Roadshow [7]


Sept

3 Sheffield, unknown venue, John Peel Roadshow [8]

21 Hammersmith Odeon, "Heroes & Villains": Charity concert celebrating 15 years of Radio One. Peel compered the event (with Tony Blackburn). "Many of the musical heroes of the 60s playing live on stage": Chris Andrews, Cliff Bennett, Dave Berry, Julia Campbell; Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich; Chris Farlowe, Wayne Fontana, Merseybeats, Nashville Teens, Pan's People, Malcolm Roberts, Rockin' Berries, Sandie Shaw, Swinging Blue Jeans, Troggs, Carl Wayne. Villains were Radio One DJs past and present. Broadcast 30 September 1982. [198] [199] [200]


Nov

12 Liverpool Polytechnic: John Peel Roadshow, Icicle Works, The Conversation [9]


Dec

4 Leeds, unknown venue, John Peel Roadshow [10]

17 Warrington, North Cheshire College, John Peel Roadshow; Frankie Goes To Hollywood [11] [12]

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