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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


2000

Sept

22 London Royal Festival Hall (Peel Sessions Live): Terry Edwards, Dick Dale, Fall [1]


Oct

8 London Royal Festival Hall (Peel Sessions Live): Clearlake, Incredible String Band, Delgados [2] [3] [4]

2001

July

1 Bury St Edmunds, Pestello's at The Break: Miss Black America [5] [6]


Nov

16 Manchester, South, "Rock+Roll Bar": John Peel Roadshow [7]


Dec

7 Newcastle, Rockshots, "Bulletproof" (last night at venue) [213]

2002

The White Stripes - Baby Blue Boll Weevil - Glastonbury 200200:00

The White Stripes - Baby Blue Boll Weevil - Glastonbury 2002

Peel introduces the White Stripes from the BBC Glastonbury studio, 2002-06-29

Feb

1 Fabric: Peel's first set at the venue (later led to the release of the Fabriclive07 compilation) [8] [9] [10]

June

28-30 Glastonbury: lineup included Stereophonics, Coldplay, Manu Chao, Rolf Harris, Kosheen, Mis-teeq, Fatboy Slim, Roger Walters, Rod Stewart, White Stripes, Orbital, Isaac Hayes. Peel introduces festival shows on BBC-2 TV. [11], [12]

Aug

2 Fabric: DJ set alongside Sender Berlin [13]

Oct

One Live In Nottingham (Peel shows broadcast live from gigs at Nottingham Boat Club) [14]

  • 29 Datsuns, Mclusky, Wolves! (Of Greece) [15] [16]
  • 31 Six By Seven, Bearsuit, Miss Black America [19] [20]

Dec

6 Fabric: DJ set alongside Amon Tobin [21]

2003

Aug

1-2 Big Chill Festival: The Cinematic Orchestra, Nightmares On Wax, Mr. Scruff, Nitin Sawhney, Ulrich Schnauss, A Guy Called Gerald, Boozoo Bajou, Talvin Singh, Fila Brazillia, London Elektricity, The Quantic Soul Orchestra, Jaga Jazzist, Howie B, etc. Plus DJ set by Peel [22] [23]

Oct

16 London, Metro: Rock Of Travolta [24]

17 Fabric: DJ set [25]

2004

March

21 Liverpool, Chibuku: Peel DJ set [26] [27] [28]

26 All Tomorrow's Parties: Peel DJ set [29] [30]


April

30 Glasgow, Tramway, "Tryptych 04" (Mute Records Night): Wire, Liars, Pan Sonic, Modey Lemon, Kaito, Djxdj, Tim Wright, Chris And Cosey, Irmin Schmidt And Kumo, Pink Grease, Komputer [31] [32] [33]


May

1 Edinburgh, The Venue (from 11pm), "Tryptych 04": Doctor Alimantado, etc [34] [35] [36]


June

17-19 Sonar Festival, Barcelona, Spain. Live programme broadcast from event 17 June 2004, as well as sets recorded for subsequent shows. Peel also played a live set at a "very small club in a particularly dodgy part of town."[37] [38]


July

30 Big Chill Festival: Lemon Jelly, Coldcut, Four Tet, Durutti Column, Marc Almond, Isan, AGK, Rob Da Bank, Giles Peterson etc. Plus DJ set by Peel on day one [39] [40]


Notes

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