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Gig List - 1965-2014

 

Researched and compiled by Bob Elliott (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

 

 

John Mayall's Bluesbreakers (John Mayall, Geoff Krivit, Jack Bruce, Hughie Flint)

 

(various sources say that Jack’s first gig with the Bluesbreakers was Sep. 11/65 while others say it was Oct. 8/65. I’ve therefore included the dates starting at

Sep. 11/65)

 

Sep. 11/65 'California Ballroom' Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England (early evening)

Sep. 11/65 'Twisted Wheel' Manchester, England (late evening)

Sep. 12/65 'Mojo Club' Sheffield, England

Sep. 13/65 'R&B-ville'/'Galaxy Club'/'Town Hall' Basingstoke, Hampshire, England

Sep. 15/65 'Pontiac Club'/'Zeeta House' Putney, London, England

Sep. 16/65 'Queen of Hearts' Stanmore, London, England

Sep. 17/65 'Bluesville R&B Club'/'Manor House' Finsbury Park, London, England

Sep. 18/65 'New Georgian Club' Cowley, Uxbridge, Middlesex, England

Sep. 19/65 'Kirklevington Country Club' Kirklevington, Yorkshire, England

Sep. 20/65 'R&B-ville'/'Galaxy Club'/'Town Hall' Basingstoke, Hampshire, England

Sep. 22/65 'Pontiac Club'/'Zeeta House' Putney, London, England

Sep. 23/65 'Queen of Hearts' Stanmore, London, England (cancelled)

Sep. 24/65 'Il Rondo Club' Leicester, England

Sep. 25/65 'Club A Go Go' Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England

Sep. 26/65 'Dungeon Club' Nottingham, England

Sep. 29/65 'Orford Cellar Club' Norwich, England

Sep. 30/65 'Klooks Kleek'/'Railway Hotel' West Hampstead, London, England

Oct.  2/65 'Blue Moon Club' Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England

Oct.  3/65 'Galaxy Club'/'Woburn Park Hotel' Addlestone, Surrey, England

Oct.  8/65 'Ricky Tick'/'Town Hall' Staines, Surrey, England (with the Yardbirds)

Oct. 11/65 'Bluesville Club'/'Manor House Ballroom' Ipswich, England

Oct. 15/65 'Flamingo Club' London, England

Oct. 16/65 'Bristol University Students Union' Bristol, England (with Zoot Money's Big Roll

            Band)

Oct. 17/65 'Plaza Ballroom' Newbury, Berkshire, England

Oct. 21/65 'Bowes Lyon House' Stavenage, Hertfordshire, England

Oct. 22/65 'Refactory Club' Golders Green, London, England

Oct. 23/65 'Ricky Tick' Windsor, Berkshire, England

Oct. 24/65 'Bromel Club'/'Bromley Court Hotel' Bromley, London, England

Oct. 25/65 'Saturday Club' BBC Light Programme Radio 1, London, England (broadcast Oct. 30/65)

           (I'm Your Witchdoctor, Cheating Woman, Nowhere To Run)

Oct. 26/65 'Klooks Kleek'/'Railway Hotel' West Hampstead, London, England

Oct. 26/65 'Ready-Steady-Radio' Radio Luxembourg (broadcast Oct. 31/65 from 9:30-10:00am)

 

John Mayall's Bluesbreakers (John Mayall, Peter Green, Jack Bruce, Hughie Flint)

 

Oct. 27/65 'Le Disque A Go-Go Club' Bournemouth, England

Oct. 29/65 'Twisted Wheel' Manchester, England (cancelled – replaced by Ben E. King)

Oct. 30/65 'Mojo Club' Sheffield, England

Nov.  4/65 'Blue Triangle Club' Ealing, London, England

 

John Mayall's Bluesbreakers (John Mayall, Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce, Hughie Flint)

 

Nov.  6/65  unknown venue, London Airport, Heathrow, London, England

Nov.  7/65 'Flamingo Club' London, England (recorded by John Mayall and released in part)

Nov. 11/65 'Klooks Kleek R&B Club'/'Railway Hotel', West Hampstead, London, England

Nov. 12/65 'Bluesville R&B Club'/'Manor House' Finsbury Park, London, England

Nov. 13/65 'Blue Moon Club' Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England

Nov. 14/65 'Ricky Tick' Plaza Ballroom, Guildford, Surrey, England

Nov. 17/65 'Scaffold Club' Northampton, England

Nov. 19/65 'Zambesi Club' Hounslow, London, England

Nov. 20/65 'University' Leicester, England

Nov. 21/65 'Red Cross Hall' Sutton, Surrey, England

 

Manfred Mann (Manfred Mann, Mike Hugg, Tom McGuinness, Jack Bruce, Mike Vickers, Paul Jones, Henry Lowther, Lyn Dobson)

 

Nov. 22/65 'Gaumont Cinema' Bradford, Yorkshire, England

Nov. 23/65 'Ritz Cinema' Luton, Bedfordshire, England

Nov. 24/65 'Ritz Theatre' Chatham, Kent, England

Nov. 25/65 'ABC Cinema' Cambridge, England

Nov. 26/65 'ABC Cinema' Southampton, England

Nov. 27/65 'Granada Cinema' East Ham, London, England

Nov. 28/65 'Coventry Theatre' Coventry, England

Nov. 29/65 'ABC Cinema' Northampton, England

Nov. 30/65 'Guildhall' Portsmouth, England

Dec.  2/65 'Granada Cinema' Bedford, England

Dec.  3/65 'Colston Hall' Bristol, England

Dec.  4/65 'ABC Cinema' Plymouth, England

Dec.  5/65 'ABC Cinema' Exeter, England

Dec.  6/65 'Adelphi Cinema' Slough, Buckinghamshire, England

Dec.  7/65 'Saturday Club' BBC Light Programme Radio 1, London, England

           (When Will I Be Loved, It Took A Little While, There's No Living Without Your

            Loving, Spirit Feel, Tired Of Trying, Bored With Lying, Scared Of Dying)

Dec. 10/65 'Ready, Steady, Go!' ITV TV, Wembley, Middlesex, England (TV broadcast)

Dec. 12/65 'Thank Your Lucky Stars' ITV Rediffusion (TV broadcast)

Dec. 16/65 'City Hall' Salisbury, England

Dec. 18/65 'Bridlington Spa' Bridlington, Yorkshire, England

Dec. 28/65 'Marquee Club' London, England (with The Mark Leeman Five)

Dec. 29/65 'Locarno Ballroom' Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England

Dec. 21/65 'Radio Luxembourg's Old Years Night Spectacular' London, England (Radio broadcast)

Jan.  7/66 'Matrix Hall' Coventry, England

Jan.  8/66 'Baths Hall' Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England

Jan. 13/66 'University' Hull, England

           (the band are involved in a car accident following this show and several

            dates had to be cancelled)     

Jan. 15/66 'University' Leeds, England (cancelled)

Jan. 18/66 'Pop Profile'/'BBC Radio Light Programme, London, England (cancelled)

Jan. 21/66 'The Joe Loss Pop Show' London, England (cancelled)

Jan. 21/66 'Hornsey Town Hall' London, England

Jan. 22/66 'Imperial Ballroom' Nelson, Lancashire, England (cancelled)

Jan. 23/66 'Jigsaw Club' Manchester, England (cancelled)

Jan. 24/66 'Marquee Club' London, England

           (Eric Burdon joins in on vocals as Paul Jones is still ailing from the

            effects of the car accident)

Jan. 28/66 'Civic Hall' Wolverhampton, England

Jan. 29/66 'University' Manchester, England

Jan. 30/66 'Redcar Jazz Club'/'Coatham Hotel' Redcar, Yorkshire, England

 

Manfred Mann (Manfred Mann, Mike Hugg, Tom McGuinness, Jack Bruce, Paul Jones)

 

Feb. 15/66 'Sherwood Rooms' Nottingham, England

Feb. 16/66 'Jazz Club' BBC Light Programme (Radio broadcast)

           (Driva Man, Monkey Train)

Mar.  1/66 'Marquee Club' London, England

Mar.  7/66 'Pavilion' Bath, England

Mar.  8/66 'Big Beat Session'/'Winter Gardens' Malvern, Worcestershire, England

 

Eric Clapton and the Powerhouse

(Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce, Steve Winwood, Paul Jones, Pete York, Ben Palmer)

 

Mar.  9/66 'Olympic Sound Studios' London, England  

           (I Want To Know, Steppin' Out, Crossroads)  

 

Manfred Mann (Manfred Mann, Mike Hugg, Tom McGuinness, Jack Bruce, Paul Jones) cont'd

 

Mar. 19/66 'Regent Street Polytechnic' London, England

Mar. 21/66 'Tiles Club' London, England

Mar. 25/66 'University' Centerbury, Kent, England

Mar. 26/66 'Guildhall' Southampton, England

Mar. 27/66 'Agincourt Ballroom' Camberley, Surrey, England

Mar. 28/66 'Co-ed Eva Youth Centre' Newport, Wales

Mar. 30/66  unknown venue, Dudley, Worcestershire, England

Apr.  3/66 'Daily Express Record Star Show'/'Empre Pool' Wembley, London, England

           (with Cliff Richard & The Shadows, The Spencer Davis Group and Georgie Fame)

Apr.  6/66 'Corn Exchange' Bistol, England

Apr.. 7/66 'Town Hall' Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England

Apr.  8/66 'Agincourt Ballroom' Camberley, Surrey, England

Apr.  9/66 'Gliderdrome' Boston, Lincolnshire, England

Apr. 12/66 'Marquee Club' London, England (with Bluesology)

Apr. 13/66 'Spring Festival' Mid Herts College of Further Education, Welwyn Garden City,

            Hertfordshire, England

Apr. 14/66 'Ritz' Skewan, Wales

Apr. 14/66 'Aspen Lido' Port Talbot, Wales

Apr. 15/66 'Regal Ballroom' Ammanford, Wales

Apr. 16/66 'Imperial Ballroom' Nelson, Lancashire, England

Apr. 19/66 'Pop Inn' BBC Light Programme (Radio broadcast)

           (Know Your Friends, When Will I Be Loved, I Got You Babe, Pretty Flamingo,

           Long Haired Unsquare Dude Called Jack)  

Apr. 19/66 'Saturday Club' BBC Light Programme Radio 1, London, England (broadcast Apr. 30/66)

           (When Will I Be Loved, Still I'm Sad, Pretty Flamingo, Machines)

Apr. 21/66 'Top of The Pops' London, England (BBC TV broadcast)

Apr. 22/66 'Now!' ITV Rediffusion (TV broadcast)

Apr. 22/66 'Ready, Steady, Go!' ITV TV, Wembley, Middlesex, England (TV broadcast)

Apr. 23/66 'Memorial Hall' Norwich, England

Apr. 25/66 '99 Club' Barrow-In-Furness, Lancashire, England

Apr. 26/66 'Locarno' Glasgow, Scotland

Apr. 28/66 'Top of The Pops' London, England (BBC TV broadcast)

Apr. 29/66 'Scene at 6:30' Granada TV (TV broadcast)

Apr. 29/66 'Faculty of Technology' Manchester, England

Apr. 30/66 'University' Leeds, England 

May   3/66 'Barry Training Centre' Glamorgan, Wales

May   4/66 'Top Rank Ballroom' Cardiff, Wales

May   5/66 'Top of The Pops' London, England (BBC TV broadcast)

May   5/66 'City Hall' Salisburg, England

May   6/66 'Coronation Ballroom' Ramsgate, Kent, England  

May   7/66 'Floral Hall' Southport, Lancashire, England

May   8/66 'Phoenix Theatre' London, England (benefit concert for Private Eye magazine)

May  12/66 'Top of The Pops' London, England (BBC TV broadcast)

May  13/66 'University' Birmingham, England

May  14/66 'Pavilion Ballroom' Buxton, Derbyshire, England

May  15/66 'Redcar Jazz Club'/'Coatham Hotel' Redcar, Yorkshire, England

May  20/66 'Raith Ballroom' Kirkaldy, Scotland

May  20/66 'Dobie Hall' Labert, Lanarkshire, Scotland

May  21/66 'Olympia Ballroom' East Kilbride, Lanarkshire, Scotland

May  22/66 'Lido' Balloch, near Inverness, Scotland

May  28/66 'The Joe Loss Pop Show' BBC Light Programme (Radio broadcast)

May  28/66 'Pembroke College' Oxford, England 

May  29/66 'Supreme Ballroom' Ramsgate, Kent, England

June  8/66 'Marquee Club' London, England

June  9/66 'Pier Ballroom' Worthing, Sussex, England

June 10/66 'Ready, Steady, Go!' ITV TV, Wembley, Middlesex, England (TV broadcast)

June 10/66 'Civic Hall' Wolverhampton, England

June 11/66 'Queen’s Hall' Leeds, England

June 12/66 'Mojo Club' Sheffield, England

 

Group Sounds Four with Jack Bruce, Jon Hiseman, Henry Lowther, Lyn Dobson

 

June 13/66 'The Jazz Scene' BBC Light Programme (Radio broadcast - broadcast June 19/66)

           (Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise, Snow, Straight Away)  

 

Manfred Mann (Manfred Mann, Mike Hugg, Tom McGuinness, Jack Bruce, Paul Jones) cont'd

 

June 17/66 'Silver Blades' Birmingham, England

June 18/66 'Uxbridge Blues Festival' Hillingdon, Uxbridge, Middlesex, England

           (with The Alan Walker Group, The Action, The Good Goods, The Steam Packet)

June 20/66 'Christchurch College' Oxford, England

June 23/66 'University' York, England

June 24/66 'University' Southampton, England

June 25/66 'Keswick Training College' Norwich, England

June 26/66 'St. Luke’s College' Exeter, England

 

Cream

                     

July 18 to July 28/66 - rehearsals take place in a church hall in Kensal Rise, England

           (songs include Steppin' Out, Traintime, Toad, Sleepy Time Time, Cat's Squirrel,

           First Time I Met The Blues, Hey Lawdy Mama, Meet Me In The Bottom, Spoonful,

           Long Haired Unsquare Dude Called Jack, Take Your Finger Off It, I'm A Roadrunner)

July 29/66 'Twisted Wheel' Manchester, England (debut gig)(two 30 min. sets)

           (recent evidence shows that this gig may have actually occurred on July 30/66)

           (according to Dave Thompson's "Cream - The World's First Supergroup", the

            show consisted of Steppin' Out, Spoonful, Cat's Squirrel, Hey Lawdy Mama,

            Meet Me In The Bottom, First Time I Met The Blues, I'm So Glad, Traintime

            and Toad) 

July 31/66 '6th National Jazz & Blues Festival' Windsor, Berkshire, England (9:00pm-9:40pm)  

           (Spoonful, Sleepy Time Time, Steppin' Out, Traintime, Toad and others were played)

Aug.  1/66 'Cooks Ferry Inn' Edmonton, England

Aug.  2/66 'Klooks Kleek R&B Club'/'Railway Hotel' West Hampstead, London, England     

Aug.  3/66 'Rayrik Studios' Chalk Farm, London, England

           (recording of Beauty Queen, You Make Me Feel and The Coffee Song)

Aug.  6/66 'Beat and Blues Festival'/'Town Hall' Torquay, England

           (with The Drifters, The Package Deal)

Aug.  9/66 'Fishmongers Arms' Wood Green, England

Aug. 12/66 'Bromel Club'/'Bromley Court Hotel' Bromley, Kent, England (?)

Aug. 13/66 'Blue Moon Club' Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England

Aug. 16/66 'Marquee Club' London, England (with the Clayton Squares)

Aug. 17/66 'Orford Cellar Club' Norwich, England

Aug. 19/66 'Cellar Club' Kingston-Upon-Thames, Surrey, England

Aug. 20/66 'Mojo Club' Sheffield, England

Aug. 21/66  Warrington, England (?)

Aug.   /66 'Rayrik Studios' Chalk Farm, London, England

           (recording of Wrapping Paper)

Aug. 24/66 'Eel Pie Hotel' Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, England

Aug. 26/66 'Il Rondo Club' Leicester, England 

Aug. 27/66 'Ram Jam Club' Brixton, London, England (7:30pm-11:30pm)

Aug. 27/66 'All Night Rave'/'Flamingo Club' London, England (12:00am-6:00am)

Aug. 28/66 'Beachcomber Club' Nottingham, England

Aug. 29/66 'Community Centre' Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England (with Chicken Shack)

Aug. 31/66 'Ryemuse Studio'/'Mayfair Productions' London, England

           (initial recording sessions for 'Fresh Cream'. I Feel Free, Cat's Squirrel, N.S.U.)

Sep.  1/66 'Concorde Club' Southampton, England

Sep.  2/66 'Bluesville 66'/'Manor House' Finsbury Park, North London, England

Sep.  4/66 'Ricky Tick'/'Thames Hotel' Windsor, Berkshire, England

Sep.  5/66  Garston, Liverpool, England (cancelled)

Sep.  7/66 'Town Hall' Farnborough, Hampshire, England

Sep.  9/66  Folkestone, Kent, England (?)

Sep. 10/66 'Marquee Club' Birmingham, England (changed from the Penthouse Club)

Sep. 11/66 'Skyline Ballroom' Kingston-Upon-Hull, Humberside, England

Sep. 12/66 'Bluesville Club' St. Matthew's Baths Hall' Ipswich, England         

Sep. 15/66 'Ricky Tick'/'Corn Exchange' Bedford, England

Sep. 16/66 'Hermitage Halls' Hitchin, Hertsfordshire, England

Sep. 17/66 'Drill Hall' Grantham, Lincolnshire, England

Sep. 18/66 'Blue Moon Club' Hayes, Middlesex, England

Sep. 19/66 'Atalanta Ballroom' Woking, Surrey, England

Sep. 20/66 'Saturday Club' BBC 'Light Programme' Radio 1, London, England (cancelled) 

Sep. 23/66 'Ricky Tick'/'Corn Exchange' Newbury, Berkshire, England

Sep. 26/66 'Starlite Club'/'Star Hotel' West Croydon, England

Sep. 27/66 'Marquee Club' London, England (with the Herd)

Sep. 29/66  Newcastle, England (?)

Sep. 30/66 'Ricky Tick' Hounslow, Middlesex, England

Oct.  1/66 'Regent Street Polytechnic' London, England (with the Washington DC's)

           (Jimi Hendrix jams with the Cream playing 'Killing Floor')

Oct.  2/66 'Country Club' Kirklevington, Cleveland, England (cancelled as Jack is ill)

Oct.  3/66 'Wall City Jazz Club' Chester, England (presumably cancelled as Jack is ill) 

Oct.  4/66 'Fishmongers Arms' Wood Green, London, England (presumably cancelled as Jack is ill)

Oct.  5/66 'Reading University' Reading, England (presumably cancelled as Jack is ill)

Oct.  6/66 'York University' York, England (cancelled)

Oct.  7/66 'Kings College' Strand, London, England

Oct.  8/66 'University of Sussex' Brighton, Sussex, England (Ginger collapses at this gig)

Oct.  9/66 'Birdcage'/'Kimbells Ballroom' Portsmouth, Hampshire, England (probably cancelled)

Oct. 11/66 'Flamingo Club' London, England (probably cancelled)

Oct. 12/66 'Orford Cellar Club' Norwich, England 

Oct. 13/66 'Club A Go Go' Newcastle Upon Tyne, England

           (changed from the New Yorker Discotheque/McIlroy's Ballroom in Swindon, Wiltshire)
Oct. 14/66  Newark, England (?)

Oct. 15/66  Sheffield, England (?)

Oct. 15/66 'Jigsaw Club' Manchester, England (12:00am-6:00am)

Oct. 16/66  Coventry, England (?)

Oct. 17/66 'Majestic Ballroom' Reading, England

Oct. 19/66 'Ryemuse Studio'/'Mayfair Productions' London, England

           (further recording sessions for 'Fresh Cream'. Sleepy Time Time, Dreaming and Sweet

          Wine)                            

Oct. 20/66 'Carnival Dance'/'St. Gile's Youth Club' Willenhall Baths Assembly Hall,

            Wolverhampton, England

           (with The N' Betweens, Listen (with Robert Plant) and The Factotums)

Oct. 21/66 'Bandbeat' BBC Radio 1, London, England (1st BBC appearance)

           (Spoonful, Sleepy Time Time and Rollin' and Tumblin')

Oct. 21/66 'Bluesville 66'/'Manor House' Finsbury Park, North London, England

Oct. 22/66 'Union Hop'/'Leeds University' Leeds, England
Oct. 23/66 'Beachcomber Club' Nottingham, England

Oct. 24/66 'Bluesville Club' St. Matthews Baths Hall, Ipswich, England

Oct. 27/66 'New Yorker Discotheque' Swindon, England

Oct. 28/66 'Il Rondo Club' Leicester, England

Oct. 29/66 'Bristol University Students Union' Bristol, England

Oct. 29/66 'All Night Rave'/'Midnight City Club' Birmingham, England (12:00am-6:00am)

Oct. 30/66 'Agincourt Ballroom' Camberly, Surrey, England

Oct. 31/66 'Atalanta Ballroom' Woking, Surrey, England

Nov.  1/66 'Ready, Steady, Go!' ITV TV, Wembley, Middlesex, England

           (Wrapping Paper and N.S.U. - mimed to studio tracks - broadcast Nov. 4/66)

Nov.  2/66  Hemel Hempstead, England (?)

Nov.   /66 'Ryemuse Studio'/'Mayfair Productions' London, England

           (further recording sessions for 'Fresh Cream'. Four Until Late, Rollin' and Tumblin',

            Toad, I'm So Glad and Spoonful)

Nov.  3/66 'Ram Jam Club' Brixton, London, England

Nov.  4/66 'University' Coventry, England

Nov.  5/66 'Town Hall' East Ham, London, England

Nov.  7/66 'New Spot Club'/'Thorngate Ballroom' Gosport, Hampshire, England

Nov.  8/66 'Saturday Club' BBC 'Light Programme' Radio 1, London, England

           (Sweet Wine, Steppin' Out, Wrapping Paper, Rollin' and Tumblin', I'm So Glad and

            Sleepy Time Time - broadcast Nov. 12/66)

Nov.  8/66 'Marquee Club' London, England (with the Race)

Nov. 11/66 'Public Baths' Sutton, Surrey, England

Nov. 12/66 'Liverpool University' Liverpool, England

Nov. 13/66 'Redcar Jazz Club'/'Coatham Hotel' Redcar, Cleveland, England

Nov. 15/66 'Klooks Kleek R&B Club'/'Railway Hotel' West Hampstead, London, England

Nov. 17/66 'University' Norwich, England (changed from Burkes in London, England)

Nov. 18/66 'Hoveton Village Hall' Wroxham, Norfolk, England (wih The News)

Nov. 19/66 'Blue Moon Club' Cheltenham, Gloucestshire, England

Nov. 21/66 'Monday Monday' BBC 'Light Programme' Radio 2 London, England (1:00pm-2:00pm)

           (Spoonful, Steppin' Out, I'm So Glad)

Nov. 21/66 'The Pavilion' Bath, Avon, England

Nov. 22/66 'Chinese R&B Jazz Club'/'Corn Exchange' Bristol, Avon, England

Nov. 25/66 'California Ballroom' Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England

Nov. 26/66 'Corn Exchange' Chelmsford, Essex, England

Nov. 27/66 'Agincourt Ballroom' Camberly, Surrey, England

Nov. 28/66 'Guitar Club' BBC Radio 1, London, England (2:30pm-4:30pm)

           (Crossroads, Sitting On Top of The World and Steppin' Out - broadcast Dec. 30/66)

Nov. 28/66 'Atalanta Ballroom' Woking, Surrey, England

Dec.  2/66 'Hornesy College of Art' Hornesy, London, England

           (with The In Crowd (with Steve Howe) and The Wrong Direction)

Dec.  3/66 'Birdcage'/'Kimbells Ballroom' Portsmouth, England

           (2nd show cancelled as Ginger collapsed during the 1st show)

Dec.  4/66 'Starlite Ballroom' Greenford, England (cancelled due to Ginger being ill)

Dec.  5/66 'Bluesville 66'/'The Baths Hall' Ipswich, Suffolk, England

           (cancelled due to Ginger being ill)

Dec.  7/66 'Skyline Ballroom' Kingston-Upon-Hull, Humberside, England

           (cancelled due to Ginger being ill)

Dec.  9/66 'Rhythm & Blues World Service' BBC Radio 1, London, England (3:00pm-6:30pm)

           (Cat's Squirrel, Traintime, Hey Lawdy Mama and I'm So Glad - broadcast Jan. 9/67)

Dec.  9/66 'Bluesville 66'/'Manor House' Finsbury Park, North London, England

Dec. 10/66 'Isleworth Polytechnic' Isleworth, London, England

Dec. 12/66 'Cooks Ferry Inn' Edmonton, London, England

Dec. 13/66 'University of Exeter' Exeter, Devonshire, England (with Screaming Lord Sutch)

Dec. 14/66 'Bromel Club'/'Bromley Court Hotel' Bromely, South East London, England

Dec. 15/66 'University of Sussex' Brighton, East Sussex, England

Dec. 16 to Dec. 18/66 Paris, France (TV and radio appearances)

Dec. 17/66 'La Locomotive Club' Place Blanche, Paris, France

Dec. 18/66 'Agincourt Ballroom' Camberly, Surrey, England (probably cancelled)

Dec. 19/66 'Atalanta Ballroom' Woking, Surrey, England

Dec. 20/66 'Tuesday Beat Session'/'Winter Gardens' Malvern, Worcestershire, England

Dec. 21/66 'Top of the Pops' BBC Radio London, England

           (I Feel Free - mimed to studio track - broadcast Dec. 29/66)

Dec. 21/66 'Bromel Club'/'Bromley Court Hotel' Bromley, South East London

Dec. 22/66 'Pier Pavilion' Worthing, West Sussex, England

Dec. 23/66 'Odeon Cinema' Birmingham, England

Dec. 24/66 'Midnight City Club' Birmingham, England (with Family and others)

Dec. 30/66 'The Roundhouse'/'Double Giant Freak-Out Ball' Chalk Farm, London, England

           (with Alan Brown Set)

Jan.  7/67 'Ricky Tick'/'Thames Hotel' Windsor, Berkshire, England

Jan. 10/67 'Saturday Club' BBC 'Light Programme' Radio 1, London, England (4:30pm-6:30pm)

           (Four Until Late, I Feel Free, Traintime, N.S.U. and Toad - broadcast Jan. 14/67)

Jan. 10/67 'Marquee Club' London, England (with Catch 22)

Jan. 11/67 'Top of The Pops' BBC TV, London, England (I Feel Free - broadcast Jan. 12/67)

Jan. 13/67 'Ricky Tick'/'Guildhall' Southampton, England

Jan. 14/67 'Lanchester Arts Festival'/'Lanchester Polytechnic College' Coventry, England

Jan. 15/67 'Ricky Tick' Hounslow, Middlesex, England

Jan. 16/67 'Monday Monday' BBC 'Light Programme' Radio 2, London, England (1:00pm-2:00pm)

           (N.S.U., Rollin' and Tumblin' and I Feel Free)

Jan. 18/67 'Town Hall' Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England

Jan. 19/67 'Arts Ball'/'Leicester College of Art'/'Granby Hall' Leicester, England

           (with Zoot Money, The Birds and Shotgun Express)

Jan. 20/67 'Club A Go Go' Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England

Jan. 21/67 'Floral Hall' Southport, Lancashire, England

Jan. 24/67 'Chinese R&B Jazz Club'/'Corn Exchange' Bristol, England

Jan. 25/67 'Parade of the Pops' BBC Radio London, England (I Feel Free) (1:00pm-2:00pm)

Jan. 26/67 'Top of the Pops' BBC TV London, England (I Feel Free) (7:30pm-8:00pm)

Jan. 27/67 'Adelphi Ballroom' West Bromwich, Staffordshire, England

Jan. 28/67 'Ram Jam Club' Brixton, London, England (2 shows)

Feb.  3/67 'All Night Rave'/'Queens Hall' Leeds, England

Feb.  4/67 'Technical College' Ewell, Epsom, Surrey, England

Feb.  5/67 'Sunday At The Saville'/'Saville Theatre' London, England

           (2 shows with Sands and Edwin Starr)

Feb.  9/67 'City Hall' Salisbury, England

Feb. 10/67 'Bluesville 67'/'Manor House' Stockport, England

Feb. 11/67 'Bath Pavilion' Matlock, Derbyshire, England

Feb. 15/67 'Assembly Hall' Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England

Feb. 17/67 'Woodlands Youth Centre' Basildon, Essex, England (with the Riot Squad)

Feb. 18/67 'Tofts Club' Folkstone, England

Feb. 19/67 'Starlite Ballroom' Greenford, West London, England (with the Gods (with Mick Taylor)

Feb. 22/67 'Bromel Club'/'Bromley Court Hotel' Bromley, England

Feb. 24/67 'Beat-Club' TV Bremen, Germany (I Feel Free - mimed to studio track)

Feb. 25/67 'Star-Club' Hamburg, Germany

Feb. 26/67 'Star-Club' Kiel, Germany

Feb. 27/67 'Manchester & Salford Students Rag Ball '67' Salford, Manchester, England

           (with 15 other groups including the Graham Bond Organisation)

Mar.  1/67 'Ulster Hall' Belfast, Northern Ireland (two 45 min. sets)

           (with the Interns, the Group, the Few and the Styx)

Mar.  2/67 'Queens University Students Hall' Belfast, Northern Ireland

           (with the Interns, the Green Angels and the Faculty)

Mar.  5/67  Copenhagen, Denmark (a scheduled press conference is cancelled)

Mar.  6/67 'Ekstra Bladets Pop Pool'/'Falkoner Centret' Copenhagen, Denmark

           (with Defenders, Hitmakers, Sir Hendry and His Butlers, Lollipops and

            Peter Belli & Seven Sounds)

Mar.  7/67 'Onkel Thores Stuga' Stockholm, Sweden Sveriges TV (mimed to N.S.U.)  

Mar.  7/67 'Konserthuset' Stockholm, Sweden (Radio broadcast)

           (N.S.U., Steppin' Out, Traintime, Toad and I'm So Glad are broadcast)

Mar.  8/67 'Cue Club'/'Liseberg Cirkus' Gothenburg, Sweden

           (with Steam Packet, the Gonks, Annabeenox and the Jackpots)

Mar. 11/67 'St. George’s Ballroom' Hinkley, Leicestershire, England

Mar. 12/67 'Tavern Club' East Dereham, Norfolk, England (with The Feel For Soul)

Mar. 14/67 'Central Sound' London, England

Mar. 14/67 'Beachcomber Club' Nottingham, England    

Mar. 15/67 'Ryemuse Studio'/'Mayfair Productions' London, England

           (recording of the 'Disraeli Gears' LP demos. Take It Back, The Clearout, Weird of

            Hermiston, We're Going Wrong, Blue Condition, Hey Now Princess and SWLABR)

Mar. 16/67 'Regent Street Polytechnic' London, England

Mar. 18/67 'Bristol University Students Union' Bristol, England

Mar. 20/67 'Monday Monday' BBC 'Light Programme' Radio 2 London, England (1:00pm-2:00pm)

           (I'm So Glad, Take It Back - broadcast March 27/67)

Mar. 21/67 'Marquee Club' London, England (with Family)

Mar. 22/67 'Locarno' Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England

Mar. 25 to April 2/67 'RKO Paramount Theatre'

            Murray the K's 'Music In the Fifth Dimension Show' New York, New York (with Mitch

            Ryder, Wilson Pickett, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, Simon & Garfunkel, Jan &

            Dean, The Who, The Blues Project, The Blues Magoos, The Young Rascals and others)

           (5 shows per day. Cream played 1 to 3 songs per show including I Feel Free)

Apr.  3/67 'Atlantic Studios' New York, New York (recording session for Hey Lawdy Mama)

Apr.  4/67 'Atlantic Studios' New York, New York (recording session for Strange Brew)

Apr.  7/67 'Municipal Hall' Pontypridd, Wales (cancelled - rescheduled to May 5)

Apr.  9/67 'Redcar Jazz Club'/'Coatham Hotel' Redcar, Yorkshire, England

Apr. 14/67 'Ricky Tick' Newbury, Berkshire, England

Apr. 15/67 'Rhodes Centre' Bishop's Stortford, Hertsfordshire, England (with the Teapots)

Apr. 16/67 'Daily Express Record Star Show'/'Empire Pool' Wembley, England

           (N.S.U. and I'm So Glad were performed) 

           (with Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers, Dave Berry and the Cruisers,

            Julie Felix, David and Jonathan and the Issue, Chris Farlowe and the

            Thunderbirds, the Move, Freddie and the Dreamers, Paul Jones and Mike

            Leander, the Kinks, Gene Pitney, Lulu and the George Bean Group, the New

            Vaudville Band, The Alan Price Set, the Tremeloes, the Troggs, Geno

            Washington and the Ram Jam Band and others)

Apr. 18/67 'Chinese R&B Jazz Club'/'Corn Exchange' Bristol, England

Apr. 19/67 'Beachcomber Club' Nottingham, England

Apr. 21/67 'Brighton Arts Festival'/'The Dome' Brighton, England (with the Who and the Merseys)

Apr. 22/67 'Ricky Tick' Hounslow, Middlesex, England

Apr. 26/67 'Birdcage' Southampton, England

Apr. 28/67 'University' Edgbaston, Birmingham, England (with Victor Brox)

Apr. 29/67 'Leeds University' Leeds, England (with Midnight Train and the Moss Chapeltown Band)

May   1/67 'Starpalast' Kiel, Germany (probably cancelled)

May   2/67 'Hor Hin-Schau Zu' TV show, Berlin, Germany (probably cancelled)

May   3/67 'Hor Hin-Schau Zu' TV show, Berlin, Germany (probably cancelled)

May   5/67 'Municipal Hall' Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales

           (this show was originally scheduled for April 7)             

May   6/67 'Sound and Picture City' BBC TV (afternoon) (3 songs mimed using borrowed equipment)

May   6/67 'R.A.F. Station'/'Royal Agriculture College Charity Appeal' Chippenham, Wilts,

            England (evening)

May   7/67 'NME Poll Winners Concert'/'Empire Pool' Wembley, England (afternoon)

           (according to a review in NME, I Feel Free and Wrapping Paper were performed)

           (with the Beach Boys, the Move, Spencer Davis Group, Cliff Richard, the Troggs, the

            Allan Price Set, Georgie Fame, the Small Faces, Dusty Springfield and others)

May   7/67 'The Swan Hotel' Yardley, Birmingham, England (evening) (two 45 min. sets)

May 12 to May 15/67 'Atlantic Studios' New York, New York

           (recording sessions for 'Disraeli Gears'. Sunshine of Your Love, World of Pain, Dance

           The Night Away, Blue Condition, Tales of Brave Ulysses, SWLABR, Take It Back, We're

           Going Wrong, Outside Woman Blues and Mother's Lament)

May  19/67 'Beat-Club' TV Bremen, Germany (Strange Brew - mimed to studio track)

May  20/67 'Stadion' Berlin, Germany

May  21/67 'Jaguar-Club' Scala, Herford, Germany (with the Tonics)

May  23/67 'Marquee Club' London, England (with Family)

May  26/67 'Goldsmiths College Summer Ball' New Cross, London, England

May  27/67 'Pembroke College May Ball'/'Grand Marquee' Oxford, England (with the Who)

May  27/67 'Exeter Eights Week Ball'/'Exeter College' Oxford, England

           (with the Tribe, the Other Extreme and the Cabinet)

May  29/67 'Barbecue 67'/'Tulip Bulb Auction Hall' Spalding, England

           (with the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Pink Floyd, the Move, Geno Washington

            And The Ram Jam Band, Zoot Money And His Big Roll Band and Sounds Force Five)

May  30/67 'Saturday Club' BBC 'Light Programme' Radio 1, London, England

           (Strange Brew, Tales of Brave Ulysses, We're Going Wrong – broadcast June 3/67)

June  1/67 'Palais des Sports' Paris, France

June  3/67 'Ram Jam Club' Brixton, London, England (with Impact Blues)

June  8/67 'Colston Hall' Bristol, England

June  9/67 'Civic Hall' Wolverhampton, England (with the N'Betweens who later became Slade)

June 10/67 'Wellington Club' East Dereham, Norfolk, England (with Boz Burrell and Feel For Soul)

June 11/67 'Starlite Ballroom' Greenford, England (with the Triads)

June 12/67 'Trinity Hall' Cambridge, England (with The New Vaudeville Band)

June 15/67 'Top of the Pops' BBC 'Light Programme' TV London, England (mime to Strange Brew)

June 16/67 'University of Sussex' Brighton, England (late replacement for the Who)

June 22/67 'Dee Time' BBC TV (hosted by Simon Dee) London, England (Strange Brew)

June 23/67 'Durham University' Durham, England

June 24/67 'Carlton Ballroom' Eardington, Birmingham, England (later became Mother's Club)

June 25/67 'Wheels Discotheque' Reading, England (with the Ivey's)

June 27/67 'Tuesday Beat Session'/'Winter Gardens' Malvern, Worcestershire, England

June 28/67 'Floral Hall' Gorleston-On-Sea, Norfolk, England (with Feel For Soul)

           (the equipment van arrives late and Cream perform only 2 songs on borrowed equipment.

           A make-up date is rescheduled for Aug. 12)

June 29/67 'Top of the Pops' BBC 'Light Programme' TV London, England (mime to Strange Brew)

June 30/67 'Bluesville 67'/'Manor House' Finsbury Park, North London, England

July  1/67 'Upper Cut' Forest Gate, London, England

July  2/67 'Saville Theatre' London, England (2 shows)

           (with Jimmy Powell and the Dimensions, the Jeff Beck Group and John

           Mayall's Bluesbreakers)

July  7/67 'Ballerina Ballroom' Nairn, Scotland

           (postponed to July 10 as the equipment van broke down)

July  8/67  with photographer Robert Whitaker, Cream climb Ben Nevis

July  8/67 'Beach Ballroom' Aberdeen, Scotland

July  9/67 'Kinema Ballroom' Dunfermline, Scotland (with the Shadettes)

July 10/67 'Ballerina Ballroom' Nairn, Scotland (rescheduled from July 7)

July   /67 'IBC Studios' London, England

           (initial sessions for White Room, Sitting On Top of The World and Born Under A Bad

           Sign)

July 12/67 'Floral Hall' Great Yarmouth, Southport, England

July 14/67 'Joe Loss Show' BBC 'Light Programme' Radio 1, London, England

           (Strange Brew, Tales of Brave Ulysses)

July 15/67 'Supreme Ballroom' Ramsgate, Kent, England

Aug.  4/67 'City Hall' Perth, Scotland

Aug.  5/67 'Market Hall' Carlisle, England

Aug.  6/67 'McGoos' Edinburgh, Scotland (with the Jury)

Aug.  7/67 'Locarno Ballroom' Glasgow, Scotland

Aug.  8/67 'Palace Ballroom' Douglas, Isle of Man, England (with Sounds Incorporated)

Aug.   /67 'IBC Studios' London, England

           (further sessions for White Room and Born Under A Bad Sign)

Aug. 12/67 'Floral Hall' Corleston-On-Sea, Norfolk, England (rescheduled from June 28)

Aug. 13/67 '7th National Jazz & Blues Festival' Windsor, Berkshire, England

           (first photographic evidence of Jack playing his first EB-3)

Aug. 15/67 'Explosion '67'/'Town Hall' Torquay, England

Aug. 17/67 'Speakeasy' London, England (introduced by Frank Zappa as a 'dandy little combo')

Aug. 19/67  Southport, England (?)

Aug. 20/67 'Redcar Jazz Club'/'Coatham Hotel' Redcar, Cleveland, England

Aug. 22/67 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Southside Sound System)

Aug. 23/67 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Southside Sound System)

Aug. 24/67 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Southside Sound System)

Aug. 25/67 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Southside Sound System)

Aug. 26/67 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Southside Sound System)

Aug. 27/67 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Southside Sound System)

Aug. 29/67 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with Gary Burton and the Electric Flag)

Aug. 30/67 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with Gary Burton and the Electric Flag)

Aug. 31/67 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with Gary Burton and the Electric Flag)

Sep.  1/67 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with Gary Burton and the Electric Flag)

Sep.  2/67 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)
           (with Gary Burton and the Electric Flag)

Sep.  3/67 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with Gary Burton and the Electric Flag)

Sep.  4/67 'Whisky A Go-Go' West Hollywood, California (with the Rich Kids)

Sep.  5/67 'Whisky A Go-Go' West Hollywood, California (with the Rich Kids)

Sep.  6/67 'Whisky A Go-Go' West Hollywood, California (with the Rich Kids)

Sep.  8/67 'Cross Town Bus Club' Brighton, Massachusetts 

           (cancelled - shows are moved to the Psychedelic Supermarket)

Sep. 10/67 'Psychedelic Supermarket' Boston, Massachusetts (2 sets) (with Catharsis)

Sep. 11/67 'Psychedelic Supermarket' Boston, Massachusetts (2 sets) (with Catharsis)

Sep. 12/67 'Psychedelic Supermarket' Boston, Massachusetts (2 sets) (with Catharsis)

Sep. 13/67 'Psychedelic Supermarket' Boston, Massachusetts (2 sets) (with Catharsis)

Sep. 14/67 'Psychedelic Supermarket' Boston, Massachusetts (2 sets) (with Catharsis)

Sep. 15/67 'Psychedelic Supermarket' Boston, Massachusetts (2 sets) (with Catharsis)

Sep. 16/67 'Psychedelic Supermarket' Boston, Massachusetts (2 sets) (with Catharsis)

Sep.   /67 'Atlantic Studios' New York, New York

           (final sessions for Sitting On Top of The World and Born Under A Bad Sign.

            Further sessions for White Room)

Sep. 22/67 'Action House' Long Beach, Long Island (with Moby Grape)

Sep. 23/67 'Village Theatre' New York, New York (with Canned Heat) (2 shows)

           (according a fan review, Moby Grape cancelled and were replaced by Canned Heat)

Sep. 24/67 'Action House' Long Beach, Long Island (with the Neons)

Sep. 26/67 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with the Paupers and Richie Havens)  

Sep. 27/67 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with the Paupers and Richie Havens)

Sep. 28/67 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with the Paupers and Richie Havens)

Sep. 29/67 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with the Paupers and Richie Havens)

Sep. 30/67 'Village Theatre' New York, New York

           (early show with the Soul Survivors and Richie Havens)

Sep. 30/67 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (late show with the Paupers)

Oct.  1/67 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with the Paupers and Richie Havens)

Oct.  3/67 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with the Paupers and Richie Havens)

Oct.  4/67 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with the Paupers and Richie Havens)

Oct.  5/67 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with the Paupers and Richie Havens)

Oct.  6/67 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with the Paupers and Richie Havens)

Oct.  7/67 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with the Paupers and Richie Havens)

Oct.  8/67 'Cafe Au Go Go' New York, New York (with the Paupers and Richie Havens)

Oct.  9 to Oct. 10/67 'Atlantic Studios' New York, New York

           (initial sessions for Pressed Rat and Warthog and Anyone For Tennis. Further sessions

          for White Room)

Oct. 11/67 'Fifth Dimension Club' Ann Arbor, Michigan

Oct. 12/67 'Fifth Dimension Club' Ann Arbor, Michigan

Oct. 13/67 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (with MC5 and The Thyme)

Oct. 14/67 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (with The Rationals)

Oct. 15/67 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (with The Apostles)

Oct. 19/67 'Romanos Ballroom' Belfast, Northern Ireland (postponed until Nov. 2)

Oct. 24/67 'Top Gear' BBC Radio 1, London, England (2:30pm-4:30pm) (produced by Bernie Andrews)

           (Take It Back, Outside Woman Blues, Tales of Brave Ulysses, Sunshine of Your Love and

           Born Under A Bad Sign - broadcast Oct. 29/67)

Oct. 28/67 'Union Dance'/'University' Southampton, England (with Nelson's Column and the Quik)

Oct. 29/67 'Sundays At The Saville'/'Saville Theatre' London, England

           (2 shows with the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band and the Action. Compered by John Peel)

Oct. 29/67 'Top Gear' BBC Radio 1, London, England (with DJ's John Peel and Pete Drummond)

           (songs recorded for 'Top Gear' on Oct. 24/67 are rebroadcast on this date)

Nov.  1/67 'Bal Tabarin' Bromley, England

Nov.  2/67 'Romanos Ballroom' Belfast, Northern Ireland (rescheduled from Oct. 19)

Nov.  3/67 'Strand Ballroom' Portstewart, Northern Ireland (with the Playboys Showband)

Nov.  6/67 'Bush House' BBC Russian Service, London, England (4:30pm-7:00pm)

           (interview with Eric and Jack - broadcast Nov. 14/67) 

Nov.  6/67 'Silver Blades Ice Rink' Streatham High Road, England

Nov. 10/67 'Toppot'/'Ny Adelgade' Copenhagen, Denmark (press conference)

Nov. 11/67 'TV-Byen (TV Village)' (studio A) Gladsaxe, Denmark (afternoon)

           (N.S.U., Strange Brew and I'm So Glad - mimed to studio tracks)

Nov. 11/67 'Hit-Club'/'Vejgaard Hallen' Aalborg, Denmark (evening)

           (with Defenders, Parrots and Go-Go)

Nov. 12/67 'Falkoner Centret' Copenhagen, Denmark

           (2 shows with Steppeulvene and the Defenders)

Nov. 13/67 'Pasila TV' Helsinki, Finland (afternoon)

           (Sunshine of Your Love, Tales of Brave Ulysses, World of Pain and Outside Woman Blues

           - mimed to studio tracks)

Nov. 13/67 'Kulttuuritalo' Helsinki, Finland (2 shows)

Nov. 14/67 'Konserthuset' Stockholm, Sweden

           (2 shows with Hansson & Karlsson and the Young Flowers)

Nov. 15/67 'Lorensbergs Cirkus' Liseberg, Gothenburg, Sweden

           (2 shows with the Young Flowers and a couple of local groups)

Nov. 17/67 'Rigoletto' Jonkoping, Sweden (with the Ramblers and the Piccadillys)

Nov. 18/67 'Idrottshuset' Orebro, Sweden (with King George & The Harlem Kiddies)

Nov. 23/67 'Club A Go Go' Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England

Nov. 24/67 'Central Pier'/'Marine Ballroom' Morecambe, Lancashire, England

           (with the Doodlebugs and the Top Katz with DJ Lord Byron)

Nov. 26/67 'Twice a Fortnight' BBC TV, Lime Grove Studios, London, England

           (We're Going Wrong - broadcast Dec. 2/67)

Nov. 28/67 'Marquee Club' London, England (cancelled due to Ginger being ill)

Dec.  1/67 'Top Rank' Brighton, England

           (cancelled due to Ginger being ill. Postponed until Jan. 19/68)

Dec.  2/67 'Owens Union Building'/'Manchester University' Manchester, England

           (cancelled due to Ginger being ill. Replaced with the Moody Blues) 

Dec.  3/67 'Happening Sunday' BBC Radio 1, London, England (10:00am-12:00pm)

           (songs recorded for 'Top Gear' on Oct. 24/67 are rebroadcast on this date)

Dec.  9/67 'Union Dance'/'University' Bristol, England

Dec. 12 to Dec. 15/67 'Atlantic Studios' New York, New York

           (further sessions for Pressed Rat and Warthog, Anyone For Tennis and White Room)

Dec. 18/67 'Rhythm & Blues World Service' BBC Radio, London, England (hosted by Alexis Korner)

           (songs recorded for 'Top Gear' on Oct. 24/67 are rebroadcast on this date)

Dec. 20/67 'Debutante’s Ball' Chicago, Illinois (play at a private party for a wealthy family)

Dec  21/67  unknown studio, Chicago, Illinois

           (the Falstaff Beer commercial was recorded on this date)

Dec. 22/67 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (with Billy C. & The Sunshine, MC5 and Soap)

Dec. 23/67 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (with Billy C. & The Sunshine, MC5 and Soap)

Dec. 24/67 'Atlantic Studios' New York, New York    

           (further sessions for Pressed Rat and Warthog, Anyone For Tennis and White Room)

Jan.  5/68 'Industrial Club' Norwich, England (with the Healers)

Jan.  9/68 'Top Gear' BBC Radio 1, London, England (2:30pm-6:00pm)

           (SWLABR, Politician, Steppin' Out, We're Going Wrong and Blue Condition - broadcast

           on Jan. 14/68)

Jan. 10/68 'Revolution Club' London, England (rehearsal filmed by French TV)

           (Tales of Brave Ulysses, Sunshine of Your Love, Spoonful)

Jan. 13/68 'Fenklup (VARA)'(Fan Club) TV Show, Amsterdam, Holland

           (SWLABR and Sunshine of Your Love - live vocal over the studio tracks -

            broadcast on Jan. 19/68)

Jan. 14/68 'Redcar Jazz Club'/'Coatham Hotel' Redcar, Cleveland, England (cancelled)

Jan. 19/68 'Top Rank Suite' Brighton, England (with the Mike Stuart Span)

           (this was originally scheduled for Dec. 1/67)

Jan. 20/68 'Leeds University Union' Leeds, England

Jan. 27/68 'St. Marys College' Twickenham, London, England

           (with Alan Brown and the Chris Ian Dreamboat Show)

Feb.  2/68 'Technical College' Nottingham, England (with Thatch)           

Feb.  3/68 'Carnival '68'/'University College' London, England

           (with Two of Each, the Millionaires and the Soundtrekkers)

Feb.  5/68 'Vognmandsmarken' Osterbro, Copenhagen, Denmark

           (World of Pain - mimed to studio track) - filmed in a market on the back of a

            flat-bed truck for the movie 'Det Var En Lordag Aften' ('On A Saturday Night')

Feb.  6/68 'unknown roundhouse' Osterbro, Copenhagen, Denmark

           (We're Going Wrong - mimed to studio track) - filmed indoors for the movie

           'Det Var En Lordag Aften' ('On A Saturday Night')

Feb.  7/68 'Tivolis Koncertsal' Copenhagen, Denmark

           (2 shows with Hansson & Karlsson and the Young Flowers)

Feb.  9/68 'Arts Ball Goes Hollywood'/'Leicester University Arts Ball' Leicester, England

           (with the Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Family, Wynder K. Frogg and the Freddie Mack

           Show)

Feb. 10/68 'University' Manchester, England (gig presented by the Unions Social)

           (last gig in the UK before the Royal Albert Hall shows in Nov.)

Feb. 13 to Feb. 22/68 'Atlantic Studios' New York, New York

           (initial sessions for Deserted Cities of The Heart, As You Said,

            Politician, Passing The Time and Those Were The Days. Final sessions for

            Pressed Rat and Warthog and Anyone For Tennis. Overdubs for White Room)

Feb. 23/68 'Santa Monica Civic Auditorium' Santa Monica, California

           (2 shows with Steppenwolf, Penny Nichols and the Electric Prunes)

Feb. 24/68 'Earl Warren Showgrounds' Santa Barbara, California

           (with Taj Mahal and the James Cotton Blues Band)

Feb. 25/68 'Swing Auditorium' San Bernadino, California (with the Caretakers)

Feb. 29/68 'Winterland Arena' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with Big Black and Loading Zone)

Mar.  1/68 'Winterland Arena' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with Big Black and Loading Zone)

Mar.  2/68 'Winterland Arena' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with Big Black and Loading Zone)

Mar.  3/68 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with Big Black and Loading Zone)

Mar.  7/68 'Fillmore Auditorium' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with Jeremy & the Satyrs, Blood Sweat and Tears and the James Cotton Blues Band)

Mar.  8/68 'Winterland Arena' San Francisco, California

           (Cream arrived late and only did one show, opening with Cat's Squirrel)

           (with Jeremy & the Satyrs, Blood Sweat and Tears and the James Cotton Blues Band)

Mar.  9/68 'Winterland Arena' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with Jeremy & the Satyrs, Blood Sweat and Tears and the James Cotton Blues Band)

Mar. 10/68 'Winterland Arena' San Francisco, California (2 sets)

           (with Jeremy & the Satyrs, Blood Sweat and Tears and the James Cotton Blues Band)

Mar. 11/68 'Memorial Auditorium' Sacramento, California (with the Grateful Dead)

Mar. 13/68 'Selland Arena' Fresno, California (with Blue Cheer)

Mar. 15/68 'San Fernando Valley State College' Northridge, California

           (afternoon show with Canned Heat)

Mar. 15/68 'Shrine Exposition Hall' Los Angeles, California

           (evening show with the James Cotton Blues Band and Mint Tattoo)

Mar. 16/68 'Shrine Exposition Hall' Los Angeles, California

           (with the James Cotton Blues Band and Mint Tattoo)

Mar. 17/68 'Star Theatre' Phoenix, Arizona

Mar. 19/68 'The Family Dog' Denver, Colorado (cancelled - rescheduled to May 6)

Mar. 21/68 'Beloit College' Beloit, Wisconsin

Mar. 22/68 'Clowes Memorial Hall'/'Butler University' Indianapolis, Indiana

           (2 shows with American Breed)

Mar. 23/68 'Shapiro Athletic Center'/'Brandeis University' Waltham, Massachusetts (with Orpheus)

           (show actually started at 02:15 a.m. the next day)

Mar. 26/68 'Union Catholic High School' Scotch Plains, New Jersey

Mar. 27/68 'Staples High School' Westport, Connecticut

Mar. 29/68 'Hunter College Auditorium' New York, New York (2 shows with The Apostles)

Mar. 30/68 'State Fair Music Hall' Dallas, Texas (with the Vanilla Fudge)

Mar. 31/68 'Music Hall' Houston, Texas (with the Vanilla Fudge)

Apr.  3/68 'Morris Civic Auditorium' South Bend, Indiana

Apr.  5/68 'Back Bay Theatre' Boston, Massachusetts

Apr.  6/68 'Commodore Ballroom' Lowell, Massachusetts

Apr.  7/68 'Eastman College Theatre' Rochester, New York (with the Vanilla Fudge)

           (Cream cancelled this gig as their equipment failed to arrive on time) 

Apr.  8/68 'Capitol Theatre' Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (with Olivus and The Heart)

Apr. 10/68 'Yale University'/'Woolsey Hall' New Haven, Connecticut (with Randy Burns)

Apr. 11/68 'Thee Image Club' Miami, Florida (with Blues Image) (date unconfirmed)

Apr.   /68 Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania (Life magazine "railroad tracks" photo shoot with Art

            Kane)

Apr. 12/68 'Electric Factory' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (with Woody's Truck Stop)

Apr. 13/68 'Electric Factory' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (with the Nazz)

Apr. 14/68 'Electric Factory' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (with Friends of The Family)

 

Cream returned to England at this point during their tour for a 10 day break

with several shows being postponed until June. It had long been thought that

the gigs at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia had been postponed from April 12-14 to April 19-21, however this was not the case. An article in the April 27 issue of Melody Maker also reports that Eric attended an Ike and Tina Turner show at the Revolution Club in London on April 19.

 

Apr. 16/68 'Paul Sauve Arena' Montreal, Quebec, Canada (postponed until June 11)

Apr. 17/68 'State University of New York Gymnasium' Stony Brook, New York (with the Vagrants)

           (cancelled - Cream were replaced by Vanilla Fudge)

Apr. 19/68 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (postponed until June 7)

Apr. 20/68 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (postponed until June 8)

Apr. 21/68 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (postponed until June 9)

Apr. 22/68 'Massey Hall' Toronto, Ontario, Canada (postponed until June 5)

Apr. 21/68 'Romp' ABC TV (broadcast date) (Sunshine of Your Love - mimed to studio track)

           (recorded in Hollywood, California, possibly on March 14)

Apr. 26/68 'The Cellar' Arlington Heights, Illinois

Apr. 27/68 'Coliseum' Chicago, Illinois (with the Mothers of Invention)

Apr. 28/68 'Kiel Opera House' St. Louis, Missouri (with Spur)

May   2/68 'The Factory'/'Wisconsin State University Fieldhouse' Madison, Wisconsin

           (this gig was cancelled as the owners had closed the club)

May   3/68 'The Scene' Milwaukee, Wisconsin (with The Invasion and The Corporation)

May   4/68 'The Scene' Milwaukee, Wisconsin (with The Invasion and The Corporation)

May   5/68 'Magoo's & New City Opera House' Minneapolis, Minnesota

           (afternoon show with The Litter)

May   6/68 'The Family Dog' Denver, Colorado (this show was originally scheduled for March 19)

May  10/68 'Toledo Sports Arena' Toldeo, Ohio

May  11/68 'Akron Civic Centre' Akron, Ohio

May  12/68 'Music Hall' Cleveland, Ohio (afternoon show with Canned Heat)

May  14/68 'Veterans Memorial Auditorium' Columbus, Ohio

May  15/68 'Veterans Memorial Field House' Huntington, West Virginia

           (with the The Grass Roots, The Kickin' Mustangs and The Purple Reign)

May  17/68 'Anaheim Convention Center' Anaheim, California (with Spirit) 

May  18/68 'Anaheim Convention Center' Anaheim, California (with Spirit)

May  18/68 'Ice Palace' Las Vegas, Nevada (with Hunger!) (postponed until later in May)

May  19/68 'Community Concourse'/'Exhibit Hall' San Diego, California (with the Brain Police)

May  20/68 'CBS Television Studios' Los Angeles, California (broadcast July 14/68)

           'The Summer Brothers Smothers Show' hosted by Glen Campbell.

           ('The Smothers Brothers' summer replacement comedy show)

           (Sunshine of Your Love (live) and Anyone For Tennis (mimed to studio track)

May    /68 'Ice Palace' Las Vegas, Nevada (with Sweetwater) (originally scheduled for May 18)

May  24/68 'University of Southern California'/'Robertson Gym' Santa Barbara, California

           (with the Electric Flag)

May  25/68 'Civic Auditorium' San Jose, California (with Orphan Egg)

May  27/68 'Swing Auditorium' San Bernadino, California

May  28/68 'Pacific Center' Long Beach, California

May  29/68 'Eagles Auditorium' Seattle, Washington (with The Easy Chairs and

            Calliope)

May  30/68 'Eagles Auditorium' Seattle, Washington

           (afternoon show with The Easy Chairs and Calliope)

May  31/68 'Stampede Corral' Calgary, Alberta, Canada (only 900 attend)

June  1/68 'Pavillion Sales Annex' Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (with The Grass Roots)

June  2/68 'Pacific Coliseum' Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

           (with The United Empire Loyalists)

June  5/68 'Massey Hall' Toronto, Ontario, Canada (with Duke Edwards & The Young Ones)

           (this show was originally scheduled for April 22)

           (an upset and frustrated Jack flees to the airport after the gig with the

            intention of returning to England but Bob Adcock (ex-Cream roadie)

            manages to intervene and get him back to the hotel)

June  7/68 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (with MC5 and The Carousel)

June  8/68 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (with Nickel Plate Express and St. Louis Union)

June  9/68 'Grande Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (with The James Gang and The Thyme)

           (these 3 shows were originally scheduled for April 19-21)

June 11/68 'Paul Sauve Arena' Montreal, Quebec, Canada (with Duke Edwards & The Young Ones)

           (this show was originally scheduled for April 16)

June 12 to June 13/68 'Atlantic Studios' New York, New York

           (final sessions and overdubs for White Room, Passing The Time, Politician,

            As You Said, Deserted Cities of The Heart and Those Were The Days)

June 14/68 'Island Gardens' West Hempstead, Long Island, New York

           (they arrived late. Performed N.S.U., Steppin' Out and Toad only)

June 15/68 'Oakdale Music Theatre' Wallingford, Connecticut (2 shows)

June 16/68 'Camden County Music Fair' Cherry Hill, New Jersey

 

Jack Bruce, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Jon Hiseman

 

July   /68 '100 Club' London, England

           (this gig was the impetus for recording 'Things We Like')

 

Cream

 

Oct.  4/68 'Alameda County Coliseum Arena' Oakland, California

           (with It's A Beautiful Day and The Collectors)

Oct.  5/68 'University of New Mexico' Albuquerque, New Mexico

Oct.  6/68 'Auditorium Arena' Denver, Colorado (a hypnotist was the opening act)

Oct. 11/68 'New Haven Arena' New Haven, Connecticut

Oct. 12/68 'Olympia Arena' Detroit, Michigan

           (with Friend and Lover and the Siegel-Schwall Blues Band)

Oct. 13/68 'Coliseum' Chicago, Illinois (afternoon show with Conqueror Worm)

Oct. 14/68 'Veterans Memorial Auditorium' Des Moines, Iowa (with Conqueror Worm)

Oct. 16/68 'TTG Studios' Hollywood, California (exact date unknown)

           (Jack jams with Jimi Hendrix, Buddy Miles and Jim McCarty)

Oct. 18/68 'The Forum' Inglewood, California (with Deep Purple)

Oct. 19/68 'The Forum' Inglewood, California (with Deep Purple)           

Oct. 20/68 'Sports Arena' San Diego, California (with Deep Purple and the Buddy Miles Express)

Oct. 22 to Oct. 23/68 'Wally Heider Recording Studios' Los Angeles, California

           (initial sessions for Doing That Scrapyard Thing, What A Bringdown and Badge)        

Oct. 24/68 'Sam Houston Coliseum' Houston, Texas

Oct. 25/68 'Dallas Memorial Auditorium' Dallas, Texas

           (with the Vanilla Fudge and the Young Rascals)

Oct. 26/68 'Miami Stadium' Miami, Florida (afternoon show with Terry Reid)

Oct. 27/68 'Chastain Park Amphitheatre' Atlanta, Georgia (afternoon show with Terry Reid)

Oct. 31/68 'Boston Garden' Boston, Massachusetts (cancelled)

Nov.  1/68 'The Spectrum' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (played on a revolving stage)  

           (with Terry Reid and Sweet Stavin Chain) 

Nov.  2/68 'Madison Square Garden' New York, New York

           (with the Buddy Miles Express and Terry Reid)

Nov.  3/68 'Civic Center Arena' Baltimore, Maryland

           (with the Moody Blues and Terry Reid)

Nov.  4/68 'Rhode Island Auditorium' Providence, Rhode Island (2 shows with Terry Reid)

           (the 2nd show was cut short due to time restrictions)

Nov. 18 to Nov. 21/68 'IBC Studios' London, England

           (final sessions for Doing That Scrapyard Thing, What A Bringdown and Badge)

Nov. 26/68 'Royal Albert Hall' London, England (2 shows with Taste and Yes)

 

Mike Gibbs Orchestra with Jack Bruce, John Marshall, Phil Lee, Frank Ricotti,

            Roderick Tearl, Henry Lowther, Alan Skidmore, John Surman,

            Dick Hart, Bob Cornford, Mike Osborne, Chris Pyne, Mick Pyne

             

Feb. 22/69 'Nuffield Theatre Studio'/'Lancaster University' Lancaster, England

           (BBC Radio 3 broadcast – broadcast on Feb. 24/69)

 

Supershow with Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Stephen Stills, Colosseum and others

 

Mar. 17/69  Staines, Surrey, England (filmed at an abandoned linoleum factory)

Mar. 18/69  Staines, Surrey, England (filmed at an abandoned linoleum factory)

 

 

Mike Gibbs Orchestra with Jack Bruce, John Marshall, Phil Lee, Frank Ricotti,

            Kenny Wheeler, Henry Lowther, Alan Skidmore, John Surman,

            Dick Hart, Bob Cornford, Mike Osborne, Chris Pyne, Mike Pyne

             

Apr. 11/69 'Jazz Workshop' London, England (BBC Radio broadcast)

           (broadcast Apr. 30/69. Compositions included 'Family Joy, Oh Boy!', 'Sweet

            Rain', 'Some Echoes, Some Shadows', 'Nowhere', 'Liturgy' and 'And On The

            Third Day')

 

Dave Gelly Sextet - A Tribute To Mike Taylor with Dave Gelly, Jack Bruce,

            Jon Hiseman, Barbara Thompson, Howard Riley, Frank Ricotti

 

May  17/69 'Jazz Workshop' London, England (BBC Radio broadcast - broadcast June 4/69)

 

Jack Bruce, Larry Coryell, Mike Mandel, Steve Haas, Bob Moses. Gato Barbieri

 

July 11/69 'Slug’s' NYC

July 12/69 'Slug’s' NYC

 

Rope Ladder To The Moon documentary by Tony Palmer with Jack Bruce, Chris Spedding, Jon Hiseman, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Art Themen, Henry Lowther, Harry Beckett, Mick Pyne

 

Aug. - Sep. 69 filmed in London, Glasgow and on the island of Sanda, Scotland

            (broadcast on 'Omnibus' BBC TV on Feb. 1/70. It included 'live in the

            studio' versions of 'Never Tell Your Mother She's Out Of Tune', 'The

            Ministry of Bag', 'To Isengard' and 'Over The Cliff' with Jon Hiseman

            and Dick Heckstall-Smith.

            Includes footage of Jack and Pete Brown visiting the island of Sanda,

            Jack’s privately owned island that he and his family used as a summer

            vacation spot.

            A short edited part of it was also included in Tony Palmer's 17 part

            series on popular music called 'All You Need Is Love')

 

Mike Gibbs Orchestra with Jack Bruce, John Marshall, Chris Spedding, Ray Russell, Kenny Wheeler, Alan Skidmore, Henry Lowther, Chris Pyne and others

 

Oct.   /69 'Lanchester University' Coventry, England             

 

Mike Gibbs Orchestra with Jack Bruce, John Marshall, Chris Spedding, Ray Russell, Kenny Wheeler, Alan Skidmore, Henry Lowther, Chris Pyne and others

 

Jan. 15/70 'London School of Economics' London, England

 

Jack Bruce & Friends with Larry Coryell, Mitch Mitchell, Mike Mandel

 

Jan. 24/70 'Lanchester Arts Festival' Coventry, England (2 shows)

           (with Colosseum and the New Jazz Orchestra)

Jan. 25/70 'Lyceum' Strand, England

Jan. 30/70 'Fillmore East' New York, New York (2 shows with Mountain)

Jan. 31/70 'Fillmore East' New York, New York (2 shows with Mountain)

Feb.  6/70 'The Warehouse' New Orleans, Louisiana (with Zephyr, White Clover)

Feb.  7/70 'The Warehouse' New Orleans, Louisiana (with Zephyr, Darkhorse)

Feb.  9/70 'The Warehouse' New Orleans, Louisiana (with Pacific, Gas & Electric)

Feb. 13/70 'Eastown Theatre' Detroit, Michigan (with Savage Grace, The Tea, Steve Booker)

Feb. 14/70 'Eastown Theatre' Detroit, Michigan

           (with Teegarden & Van Winkle, The Tea, Steve Booker)

Feb. 20/70 'Kinetic Playground' Chicago, Illinois

           (with James Gang, Siegal-Schwall, Mason Proffit, Soft, Truth)

Feb. 21/70 'Kinetic Playground' Chicago, Illinois

           (with James Gang, Siegal-Schwall, Mason Proffit, Soft, Truth)

Feb. 22/70 'Electric Factory' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

           (2 shows with Albert King, Edison Electric Band) 

Feb. 25/70 'Music Hall' Houston, Texas (with Mountain)

Feb. 26/70 'Fillmore West' San Francisco, California

Feb. 27/70 'Winterland' San Francisco, California

Feb. 28/70 'Winterland' San Francisco, California

Mar.  1/70 'Fillmore West' San Francisco, California

           (opening acts for the Fillmore West and Winterland shows

            included Johnny Winter, Mountain, Eric Mercury and Birthrite)

 

The Tony Williams Lifetime with John McLaughlin, Jack Bruce, Larry Young

 

Apr.  7/70 'Slug’s' NYC

Apr.  8/70 'Slug’s' NYC

Apr.  9/70 'Slug’s' NYC

Apr. 10/70 'Slug’s' NYC

Apr. 11/70 'Slug’s' NYC

Apr. 12/70 'Slug’s' NYC

Apr. 12/70  Toronto, Ontario, Canada

           (advertised in the Apr. 25/70 issue of Billboard but probably cancelled)

Apr. 16/70 'University of Toledo Student Union Multi-Purpose Room' Toledo, Ohio 

Apr. 17/70 'Capitol Theatre' Port Chester, New York (with Lee Michaels, Charlie Brown)

Apr. 18/70 'Capitol Theatre' Port Chester, New York (with Lee Michaels, Charlie Brown)

Apr. 19/70 'Tufts University' Medford, Massachusetts (with Mountain)

Apr. 24/70  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Apr. 25/70  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

           (above 2 shows advertised in the Apr. 25/70 issue of Billboard but were

            probably cancelled)   

Apr. 24/70 'The Birmingham Palladium' Detroit, Michigan (with The Rationals)

Apr. 25/70 'The Birmingham Palladium' Detroit, Michigan (with The Rationals)

Apr. 26/70  Minneapolis, Minnesota

           (advertised in the Apr. 25/70 issue of Billboard but probably cancelled)

Apr. 27/70 'Tonight Show' NYC (hosted by Flip Wilson)

May   1/70 'Ludlow’s Garage' Cincinnati, Ohio

May   2/70 'Ludlow’s Garage' Cincinnati, Ohio

May   6/70  Stores, Connecticut

           (advertised in the Apr. 25/70 issue of Billboard but probably cancelled)

May   8/70 'Action House' Island Park, Long Island, New York

May   9/70 'Action House' Island Park, Long Island, New York

May  15/70  Chicago, Illinois

           (advertised in the Apr. 25/70 issue of Billboard but probably cancelled)

May  31/70  Atlanta, Georgia

           (advertised in the Apr. 25/70 issue of Billboard but probably cancelled)

June 13/70  San Francisco, California

           (advertised in the Apr. 25/70 issue of Billboard but probably cancelled)

June 19/70  Portland, Oregon

           (advertised in the Apr. 25/70 issue of Billboard but probably cancelled)

June 25/70  Los Angeles, California

June 26/70  Los Angeles, California

June 27/70  Los Angeles, California

June 28/70  Los Angeles, California

           (above 4 shows advertised in the Apr. 25/70 issue of Billboard but were probably

           cancelled)

July  7/70  New York, New York

July 11/70 'Newport Jazz Festival' Newport, Rhode Island

July 14/70 'Olmstead Sound Studios' NYC ('One Word'/'Two Worlds' session)

July 18/70 'New York Pop' Randall's Island, New York (cancelled)

July 28/70 'Ungano’s' NYC (2 shows)

July 29/70 'Ungano’s' NYC (2 shows)

July 30/70 'Ungano’s' NYC (2 shows)

July 31/70 'Ungano’s' NYC (2 shows)

Aug.  1/70 'Powder Ridge Festival' Middlefield, Connecticut (cancelled)

Aug.  4/70  Harmonyville, New Jersey

Aug.  7/70 'Ungano’s' NYC (2 shows)

Aug.  8/70 'Ungano’s' NYC (2 shows)

Aug.  9/70 'Ungano’s' NYC (2 shows)

Aug. 10/70 'Ungano’s' NYC (2 shows)

Aug. 11/70 'Ungano’s' NYC (2 shows)

Aug. 12/70 'Ungano’s' NYC (2 shows)

Aug. 13/70 'Ungano’s' NYC (2 shows)

Aug. 14/70 'Ungano’s' NYC (2 shows)

Aug. 15/70 'Ungano’s' NYC (2 shows)

Aug. 16/70 'Ohio Valley Jazz Festivial' Crosley Field, Ohio
Aug. 21/70 'Village Gate' NYC
Aug. 22/70 'Village Gate' NYC

Aug. 28/70 'Action House' Island Park, Long Island, New York

 

Nucleus with Jack Bruce, Ian Carr, Tony Roberts, Keith Winter, Tony Levin, Karl Jenkins, Malcolm Griffiths, Ron Herman

 

Sep. 11/70 'Notre Dame Hall' London, England

 

The Tony Williams Lifetime with John McLaughlin, Jack Bruce, Larry Young

 

Oct.  2/70 'Lancaster University' Lancaster, England

Oct.  3/70 'Roadhouse' Dagenham, England

Oct.  6/70 'Marquee Club' London, England

Oct.  7/70 'Speakeasy' London, England

Oct.  9/70 'Chez Club' Leytonstone, England

Oct. 10/70 'Belfry' Sutton Coldfield, England

Oct. 16/70 'Sisters' Tottenham, London, England

Oct. 18/70 'Kinema Ballroom' Dunfermline, Scotland

Oct.   /70 'Dreamland Ballroom' Margate, Kent, England

Oct.   /70 'Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club' London, England

Oct.   /70 'Beat-Club' Bremen, Germany (recorded for TV but never broadcast)

           (30 seconds of their aborted performance is included in the Nov. 28/70 broadcast)

Oct. 23/70 'Essener Pop & Blues Festival' Essen, Germany

Oct. 25/70 'Hampstead Country Club' Haverstock Hill, England

Oct. 26/70 'Albert Hall' Nottingham, England

Oct. 29/70  Basel, Switzerland

Oct. 30/70  Zurich, Switzerland

Nov.  1/70 'Royal Court Theatre' London, England

Nov.  2/70 'Colston Hall' Bristol, Gloucester, England

Nov.  3/70 'Town Hall' Oxford, England

Nov.  4/70 'City Hall' Sheffield, England

Nov.  6/70 'City Hall' Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England

Nov.  7/70 'Hull University' Hull, England

Nov.  8/70 'Caley Cinema' Edinburgh, Scotland 

Nov.  9/70 'Maryland' Glasgow, Scotland

Nov. 10/70 'Town Hall' Birmingham, England

Nov. 12/70 'California' Dunstable, England

Nov. 13/70 'Chesford Grange' Kenilworth, England

Nov. 14/70 'Starlight Ballroom' Boston, England

Nov. 15/70 'Winter Gardens' Bournemouth, England

Nov. 16/70 'St. George's Hall' Bradford, England (with Barclay James Harvest)

Nov. 20/70 'Knufflesplunk Community Center' Welwyn Garden City, England

Nov. 21/70 'Umist College' Manchester, England

Nov. 22/70 'Redcar Jazz Club'/'Coatham Hotel' Redcar, Yorkshire, England

Nov. 23/70 'Civic Hall' Wolverhampton, England (cancelled)

Nov. 26/70 'Revolution Club' London, England

Nov. 27/70 'Van Dyke Club' Davenport, Plymouth, England

Nov. 29/70 'Fairfield Hall' Croydon, England

Dec.  2/70 'The Dome' Brighton, England

Dec.  3/70 'St. Georges Hall' Liverpool, England

Dec.  5/70 'Chelsea College' Chelsea, England

Dec. 10/70 'Rebecca’s' Birmingham, England (cancelled as the band never showed up)

Dec. 18/70 'East Berks College' Windsor, England (cancelled ?)

 

The Tony Williams Lifetime with John McLaughlin, Jack Bruce, Larry Young

 

Feb. 19/71 'Rock Palace' Brooklyn, New York (cancelled)

Feb.   /71 'Electric Banana' Brooklyn, New York (cancelled)

Feb.   /71 'The Main Point' Ardmore, Pennsylvania (cancelled)

 

Nucleus with Jack Bruce, Kenny Wheeler, Tony Roberts, Keith Winter, Tony Levin and others

 

Apr. 24/71 'Torrington' London, England

 

Larry Coryell Band with Jack Bruce, Mitch Mitchell

 

July 18/71 'Nice Festival' Nice, France (Radio broadcast)

 

Jack Bruce Trio with John Marshall, Chris Spedding

 

July 20/71 'Sounds Of The Seventies' London, England

           (BBC Radio broadcast - broadcast on Aug. 6/71)

 

Jack Bruce & Friends with Larry Coryell, Graham Bond, John Marshall, Chris Spedding

 

July 29/71 'Campus TV'/'Park Toorenvliet' Middelburg, Holland (TV and Radio broadcast)

 

Larry Coryell with Jack Bruce, John Marshall

 

Aug.  5/71 'Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club' London, England (2 shows)

Aug.  6/71 'Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club' London, England (2 shows)

Aug.  7/71 'Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club' London, England (2 shows)

 

Jack Bruce, Jon Hiseman, John Surman

 

Aug. 10/71 'Jazz In Britain' London, England (BBC Radio 3 broadcast)

           (Part 1 was broadcast on Aug. 31/71 and included 'Baru', 'Powerhouse Sod',

           'Oom Bham She Bam Bom', 'Jack's Gone' and 'Clearway'. Part 2 was broadcast

            on Feb. 23/72 and included one piece called 'Eleven')

 

Nucleus with Jack Bruce

 

Aug.   /71 'Summer Review' London, England (BBC 2 TV broadcast - broadcast on Aug. 27/71)

 

Jack Bruce & Friends with Graham Bond, John Marshall, Chris Spedding, Art Themen

 

Aug.   /71 'Out Front' Manchester, England (Granada TV broadcast)

Aug. 19/71 'Paris Theatre' London, England

           (BBC 'In Concert' Radio broadcast - broadcast on Aug. 29/71)

Aug. 26/71 'Country Club' Hampstead, England (UCS Benefit)

           (Dick Heckstall-Smith replaced Art Themen for this gig)

Sep.  4/71 'Hyde Park' London, England (with King Crimson, Formerly Fat Harry, Roy Harper)     

Sep. 26/71 'Bumpers Club' London, England (UCS Benefit)

Sep. 27/71 'Swing In' (recorded for German TV)

           (interview and solo tracks played by Jack recorded on this date. The band

            rehearsal tracks were recorded on a different date)

Oct.  5/71 'Old Grey Whistle Test' London, England (BBC-2 TV broadcast)

Oct.  8/71 'Queens Hall' Leeds, England

Oct.  9/71 'Winter Gardens' Great Malvern, England

Oct. 23/71 'Polytechnic' Bristol, England

Oct. 28/71 'Music Hall' Aberdeen, England

Oct. 29/71 'University' Stirling, England

Oct. 30/71 'Queen Margaret’s Union' Glasgow, Scotland

Oct. 31/71 'Kinema Ballroom' Dunfermline, Scotland (with The Change)

Nov.   /71 'Hamilton Town Hall' Lanarkshire, Scotland

Nov.  4/71 'Central London Polytechnic Festival' London, England

Nov.  6/71 'Essex University' Colchester, England

Nov.  7/71 'Greyhound' Croydon, England

Nov. 10/71 'Top Rank' Cardiff, England

Nov. 11/71 'Umist' Manchester, England

Nov. 12/71 'University' Newcastle, England

Nov. 13/71 'University' Sheffield, England

Nov. 16/71 'Teatro Massimo' Milan, Italy (without Art Themen)

Nov. 17/71 'Teatro Broncaccio' Rome, Italy (without Art Themen)

Nov. 19/71 'Goldsmiths College' London, England

Nov. 20/71 'University' Exeter, England

Nov. 22/71 'Watford Town Hall' Watford, England

Nov. 25/71 'University' Aberystwyth, England

Nov. 26/71 'University' Oxford, England

Nov. 27/71 'Polytechnic' Leicester, England (without Art Themen)

Dec.  3/71 'South Bank Polytechnic Student Union' London, England

Dec.  4/71 'Lad’s Club' Norwich, England

Dec.  5/71 'Chelsea College' London, England

Dec.   /71 'The Stadium' Liverpool, England

Jan. 11/72 'Rheinhalle' Dusseldorf, Germany

Jan. 12/72 'Musikhalle' Hamburg, Germany

Jan. 13/72 'Kongresshalle' Frankfurt, Germany

Jan. 14/72 'Deutsches Museum' Munich, Germany

Jan. 15/72 'Deutschlandhalle' Berlin, Germany

Jan.   /72 'Polytechnic Annual Ball' Wolverhampton, England

Jan. 29/72 'Borough Rd. College' Isleworth, England

Feb. 12/72 'Imperial College' London, England

 

West, Bruce and Laing (1st tour of USA)

 

Mar. 17/72 'Foster Auditorium' Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Mar. 18/72 'Pirate’s World Amusement Park' Dania, Florida (with Country Joe McDonald)

Mar. 19/72 'Fort Homer Hesterly Armory' Tampa, Florida (with Black Oak Arkansas)

Mar.   /72  Key West, Florida

Mar. 23/72 'Kemp’s Coliseum' Orlando, Florida

Mar. 24/72 'Convention Hall' Miami, Florida

Mar. 25/72 'The Warehouse' New Orleans, Louisiana

Mar.   /72 'Pershing Auditorium' Lincoln, Nebraska

Mar.   /72 'East Carolina University' Greenville, North Carolina (with Brass Park)

Mar. 29/72 'Music Hall' Houston, Texas

Mar. 30/72 'Terrace Ballroom' Salt Lake City, Utah (with Malo)

Mar. 31/72 'Community Concourse' San Diego, California (with Cold Blood)

Apr.  2/72 'Winterland' San Francisco, California (with Cold Blood, Jackie Lomax)

Apr.  4/72 'Center Arena' Seattle, Washington (with Cold Blood)

Apr.  7/72 'Hollywood Palladium' Hollywood, California (with Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show, Free)

Apr.  8/72  Denver, Colorado (?)

Apr.  9/72 'University of Colorado Fieldhouse' Boulder, Colorado (with Free)

Apr. 10/72  Fort Collins, Kentucky

Apr. 12/72 'Kiel Opera House' St. Louis, Missouri (with Free)

Apr. 13/72  Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Apr. 14/72 'State Fairgrounds' Springfield, Illinois

Apr. 15/72 'Northwestern University'/'McGraw Hall' Evanston, Illinois

Apr. 16/72 'Cinderella Ballroom' Detroit, Michigan (with Cradle)

Apr. 18/72 'Veterans Memorial Auditorium' Columbus, Ohio (with Jeremy Clay)

Apr. 20/72 'Ohio University Convocation Center' Athens, Ohio (with Emerson, Lake & Palmer)

Apr. 21/72 'Public Hall' Cleveland, Ohio (with Mahavishnu Orchestra, Procol Harum, David Rea)

Apr. 23/72 'Stony Brook University Gymnasium' Stony Brook, New York

Apr. 24/72 'Carnegie Hall' New York, New York (2 shows with David Rea)

Apr. 27/72 'Aquarius Theatre' Boston, Massachusetts (with Spencer Davis)

Apr. 28/72 'The Spectrum' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (with Spirit, Fleetwood Mac)

Apr. 29/72 'Capitol Theatre' Passaic, New Jersey (with Uncle Bucks)

Apr. 30/72 'Fairfield University Gym' Fairfield, Connecticut

 

Jack Bruce, Jan Akkerman, Pierre van der Linden

 

Sep. 30/72 'Oval Festival' London, England ('Powerhouse Sod' jam)

 

West, Bruce and Laing (2nd tour of USA)

 

Sep. 30/72 'Penn State University Recreation Bldg' State College, Pennsylvania (cancelled)

Oct. 19/72 'Auditorium Theatre' Chicago, Illinois

Oct. 20/72 'Michigan State University' East Lansing, Michigan (with Country Joe McDonald)

Oct. 22/72 'SUNY Cortland Lusk Field House' Cortland, New York (with Grin)

Oct. 23/72 'Ford Auditorium' Detroit, Michigan

Oct. 26/72 'Alexander Memorial Coliseum' Atlanta, Georgia (with Edgar Winter Group, Stonehenge)

Oct. 28/72 'Wake Forest University Union' Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Nov.  4/72 'Capitol Theatre' Passaic, New Jersey

 

Nov.  ?/72 'The Casino' Asbury Park, New Jersey

Nov.  6/72 'Radio City Music Hall' New York, New York

Nov.  7/72 'DAR Constitution Hall' Washington, DC (with Wild Turkey)

Nov.  9/72 'Palace Theatre' Waterbury, Connecticut

Nov. 10/72 'Aquarius Theatre' Boston, Massachusetts (with Grin)

Nov. 11/72 'Penn State University Recreation Hall' State College, Pennsylvania

           (with Elephant’s Memory)

Nov. 22/72 'Winterland' San Francisco, California (with Crazy Horse, Snail)

Nov. 24/72 'Hollywood Palladium' Hollywood, California

           (with Mott The Hoople, Flash Cadillac and the Continental Kids)

Nov. 25/72 'Convention Center' Anaheim, California (with John Mayall, Delbert and Glen)

Nov. 26/72 'Community Concourse' San Diego, California (with Foghat)

Nov. 29/72 'Memorial Auditorium' Dallas, Texas (with Edgar Winter Group, Foghat)

Nov. 30/72  Oklahoma City, Oaklahoma

Dec.  2/72 'Sports Stadium' Orlando, Florida

Dec.  3/72 'Memorial Hall' Kansas City, Kansas (with Edgar Winter Group)

Dec.  5/72  Corpus Christi, Texas

Dec.  7/72  Houston, Texas

Dec.  8/72  Wichita, Texas

Dec.  9/72 'Pershing Auditorium' Lincoln, Nebraska (with Edgar Winter Group)

Dec. 10/72 'Coliseum' Denver, Colorado (with J. Geils Band)

Dec. 12/72 'Fox Theatre' St. Louis, Missouri (with J. Geils Band)

Dec. 13/72 'Auditorium Theatre' Memphis, Tennessee (with J. Geils Band)

Dec. 15/72 'The Spectrum' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (with James Gang, Foghat)

Dec. 17/72 'Orpehum' Boston, Massachusetts

 

West, Bruce and Laing (European tour)

 

Mar. 26/73 'Chateau Neuf' Oslo, Norway

Mar. 27/73 'Concert Hall' Gothenburg, Sweden

Mar. 28/73 'Falkoner Center' Copenhagen, Denmark

Mar. 31/73 'De Doelen' Rotterdam, Holland

Apr.  1/73 'Concertgebouw' Amsterdam, Holland

Apr.  2/73 'National Theatre' Brussels, Belgium

Apr.  4/73 'Stadthalle' Vienna, Austria

Apr.  5/73 'Theatre du Chatelet' Paris, France (Radio broadcast)

Apr.  6/73 'Festival Hall' Berne, Switzerland

Apr.  8/73 'Palazzo dello Sport' Rome, Italy

Apr.  9/73 'Palazzo dello Sport' Rome, Italy

Apr. 10/73 'Palazzo dello Sport' Bologna, Italy (cancelled)

Apr. 11/73 'Palalide' Milan, Italy (cancelled)

Apr. 13/73 'Cirkus Krone Halle' Munich, Germany

Apr. 14/73 'Landwirtschaftshalle' Kaiserslautern, Germany

Apr. 15/73 'Musikhalle' Hamburg, Germany

Apr. 16/73 'Jahrhunderthalle' Frankfurt, Germany

Apr. 20/73 'Rainbow Theatre' London, England (with Jimmy Stevens)

Apr. 21/73 'Rainbow Theatre' London, England (with Jimmy Stevens)

Apr. 22/73 'Free Trade Hall' Manchester, England (with Jimmy Stevens)

Apr. 23/73 'Free Trade Hall' Manchester, England (with Jimmy Stevens)

Apr. 24/73 'City Hall' Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England (with Jimmy Stevens)

Apr. 25/73 'Green’s Playhouse' Glasgow, Scotland (with Jimmy Stevens)

Apr. 26/73 'Leeds University' Leeds, England (with Jimmy Stevens)

 

Jack Bruce Band with Mick Taylor, Carla Bley, Bruce Gary, Ronnie Leahy

 

Apr. 22/75 'Badalona Hall' Barcelona, Spain 

Apr. 24/75 'Real Madrid Hall' Madrid, Spain

Apr. 26/75 'Velodromo Hall' San Sebastian, Spain

Apr. 28/75 'Salle des Sports' Bordeaux, France

Apr. 29/75 'Salle Vallier' Marseille, France

Apr. 30/75 'Palais des Sports' St. Etienne, France

May   2/75 'Rheinhalle' Bregenz, Austria

May   3/75 'Cirkus Krone Halle' Munich, Germany

May   4/75 'Stadthalle' Offenbach, Germany

May   5/75 'Rosengarten' Mannheim, Germany

May   7/75 'P.E. Jansson Hall' Brussels, Belgium

May   8/75 'De Vliegermolen' Voorburg, Holland

May  10/75 'Westfalen Halle' Dortmund, Germany

May  11/75 'Philipshalle' Dusseldorf, Germany

May  13/75 'Musikhalle' Hamburg, Germany

May  14/75 'K.B. Hallen' Copenhagen, Denmark

May  15/75 'Scandinavium Hall' Gothenburg, Sweden

May  16/75 'Grona Lund' Stockholm, Sweden

May  19/75 'Pinkpop 75' Geleen, Holland

May  30/75 'Birmingham Odeon' Birmingham, England (poorly attended)

June  1/75 'Free Trade Hall' Manchester, England (released on CD)

June  3/75 'Apollo Theatre' Glasgow, Scotland

June  4/75 'City Hall' Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England

June  6/75 'Old Grey Whistle Test' London, England (BBC TV broadcast)

June  7/75 'Crystal Palace Concert Bowl' London, England

June  9/75 'May Ball'/'Cambridge University' Cambridge, England

 

Jack Bruce Band with Simon Phillips, Hughie Burns, Tony Hymas

 

Mar.  5/77 'Leeds University' Leeds, England

Mar.  7/77 'Birmingham Aston University' Birmingham, England

Mar.  8/77 'Lancaster University' Lancaster, England

Mar. 10/77 'Oxford Polytechnic' Oxford, England

Mar. 11/77 'Norwich University of East Anglia' Norwich, England

Mar. 12/77 'Sheffield University' Sheffield, England

Mar. 14/77 'Salford University' Salford, England

Mar. 15/77 'Strathclyde University' Glasgow, Scotland

Mar.   /77 'Chateau Neuf' Oslo, Norway (cancelled)

Mar. 21/77 'Jarlateatern' Stockholm, Sweden

Mar. 22/77 'Tivolis Koncertsal' Copenhagen, Denmark

Mar. 23/77 'Stakladen' Aarhus, Denmark

Mar. 25/77 'Hochschule der Kunste' Berlin, Germany

Mar. 26/77 'Musikhalle' Hamburg, Germany

Mar. 27/77 'Philipshalle' Dusseldorf, Germany

Mar. 29/77 'Congresgebouw' The Hague, Holland

Mar. 30/77  Hassalt, Belgium

Apr.  1/77 'Pavillon de Paris' Paris, France

Apr.  2/77 'Stadthalle' Offenbach, Germany

Apr.  3/77 'Deutsches Museum' Munich, Germany

Apr.  4/77 'Konzerthaus' Vienna, Austria

Apr.  6/77 'Volkshaus' Zurich, Switzerland

Apr. 12/77 'Pavilion' Hemel Hempstead, England

Apr. 14/77 'Paris Theatre' London, England

           (BBC 'In Concert' Radio broadcast - broadcast Apr. 30/77)

Apr. 15/77 'New Victoria Apollo' London, England

July  2/77 'Roskilde Festival' Roskilde, Denmark

Oct. 27/77 'The Other Side' Wilmington, Deleware

Oct. 28/77 'Shaboo Inn' Willimantic, Connecticut

Oct. 29/77 'Shaboo Inn' Willimantic, Connecticut

Oct. 30/77 'D’Place' Dover, New Jersey

Nov.  1/77 'My Fathers Place' Roslyn, NY (2 shows)

Nov.  2/77 'My Fathers Place' Roslyn, NY (2 shows)

Nov.  7/77 'Agora Ballroom' Cleveland, Ohio

Nov. 11/77 'Paul’s Mall'/'Jazz Workshop' Boston, Massachusetts

Nov. 16/77 'Bottom Line' NYC (2 shows)

Nov. 17/77 'Bottom Line' NYC (2 shows)

Nov.   /77 'Bijou Cafe' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

           (2 shows had to be cancelled as the stage was too small)

Nov. 21/77 'The Great Southeast Music Hall' Atlanta, Georgia

Nov. 28/77 'Ivanhoe Theatre' Chicago, Illinois (2 shows)

Nov. 30/77 'Blue Note' Boulder, Colorado

Dec.  2/77 'Roxy Theatre' Los Angeles, California (2 shows)

Dec.  3/77 'Roxy Theatre' Los Angeles, California (2 shows)

Dec.  4/77 'Roxy Theatre' Los Angeles, California (2 shows)

Dec.  8/77 'The Catalyst' Santa Cruz, California

Dec.  9/77 'Old Waldorf' San Francisco, California (2 shows)

Dec. 10/77 'Old Waldorf' San Francisco, California (2 shows) 

 

Jack Bruce, Jon Hiseman, John Surman

 

June 26/78 'At The Third Stroke' London, England (BBC Radio broadcast - broadcast Sep. 4/78)

 

Rocket 88 with Jack Bruce, Charlie Watts, Alexis Korner, Ian Stewart, Bob Hall, George Green, Dick Morrisey, Colin Smith, Don Weller, John Picard

 
Dec. 10/78 'Dingwalls' London, England

 

 

Norman Beaker and No Mystery with Jack Bruce, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Dave Lunt, Steve Jaffa, Stuart Butler, Tim Franks

 

Apr.   /79 'Band On the Wall' Manchester, England

Apr.   /79 'Bradford Hotel' Liverpool, England

Apr.   /79 'Broadfield Hotel' Sheffield, England

May    /79 'Manchester Factory' Manchester, England

 

Head with guest Jack Bruce

 

June  5/79 'College of Art' Glasgow, Scotland (Radio broadcast)

           (broadcast on Radio Scotland on the 'Jazz and That' program)

 

The All-Star Rock Band with Jack Bruce, Jon Anderson, Allan Holdsworth, Brian Chatton, Adrian Tilbrook

 

July   /79 'Live Music Show' London, England

 

Rocket 88 with Jack Bruce, Charlie Watts, Alexis Korner, Ian Stewart, Bob Hall, George Green, Dick Morrisey, Colin Smith, Don Weller, John Picard

 

July  8/79 'Bracknell Jazz Festival' Bracknell, England

July 14/79 'North Sea Jazz Festival' The Hague, Holland

 

Head with guest Jack Bruce

 

July 17/79 'College of Art' Glasgow, Scotland (Radio broadcast)

           (broadcast on Radio Scotland on the 'Jazz and That' program)

 

Jack Bruce, Allan Holdsworth, Gary Husband

 

       /79  “freeform gig at a pub in South London, England

 

John McLaughlin, Billy Cobham, Jack Bruce, Stu Goldberg

(advertised as McLaughlin-Cobham-Bruce-Goldberg)

 

Oct.  7/79 'Chateau Neuf' Oslo, Norway

Oct.  8/79 'Konserthuset' Stockholm, Sweden

Oct.  9/79 'Olympen' Lund, Sweden

Oct. 11/79 'Tivolis Koncertsal' Copenhagen, Denmark

Oct. 12/79 'Neue Welt' Berlin, Germany

Oct. 13/79 'Rudolf-Oetker-Halle' Bielefeld, Germany

Oct. 14/79 'Liederhalle' Stuttgart, Germany

Oct. 15/79 'Deutsches Museum' Munich, Germany

Oct. 16/79 'Stadthalle' Vienna, Austria

Oct. 18/79 'Stadthalle' Kassel, Germany

Oct. 19/79 'Jahrhunderthalle' Frankfurt, Germany

Oct. 20/79 'Stadthalle' Bremen, Germany

Oct. 21/79 'Philipshalle' Dusseldorf, Germany

Oct. 22/79 'Congress-Centrum, Saal 1' Hamburg, Germany

Oct. 23/79 'Stadthalle' Braunschweig, Germany

Oct. 24/79 'Stadthalle' Erlangen, Germany

Oct. 25/79 'Salle Tivoli' Strasbourg, France

Oct. 26/79  Nancy, France

Oct. 27/79  Roubaix, France

Oct. 29/79 'Pavillon de Paris' Paris, France

Oct. 30/79  Reims, France

Oct. 31/79  Annecy, France

Nov.  1/79 'Theatre de Verdure' Nice, France

Nov.  6/79  Rotterdam, Holland (cancelled)

Nov.  7/79  Amsterdam, Holland (cancelled)

Nov.  8/79 'Palilido Theatre' Milan, Italy

Nov.  9/79 'Palasport' Turin, Italy

Nov. 12/79 'Rainbow Theatre' London, England

 

Rocket 88 with Jack Bruce, Charlie Watts, Alexis Korner, Ian Stewart, Bob Hall, Danny Adler, George Green, Dick Morrisey, Colin Smith, Don Weller, John Picard, Pete York, Chris Farlowe

 

Nov.   /79 'Pumpwerk' Wilhelmshaven, Germany

Nov.   /79 'Hamburg Jazz Festival' Hamburg, Germany

Nov. 16/79 'Congress-Centrum' Hamburg, Germany

Nov. 17/79 'Rotation Club' Hanover, Germany ('Rocket 88' LP recorded here)

 

Rocket 88 with Jack Bruce, Charlie Watts, Bob Hall, Danny Adler, George Green, Dick Morrisey, Colin Smith, Don Weller, John Picard, Pete York, Chris Farlowe

 

Dec. 15/79 'The Venue' London, England (BBC Radio broadcast - broadcast on Jan. 19/80)

Dec. 30/79 'Dingwalls' London, England

 

 

Cozy Powell & Friends with Jack Bruce, Clem Clempson, Don Airey, Max Middleton

 

Jan.  8/80 'Old Grey Whistle Test' London, England (BBC TV broadcast)

Jan.  9/80 'Paris Theatre' London, England

           (BBC 'In Concert' Radio broadcast - broadcast on Jan. 12/80)

 

Jack Bruce & Friends with Billy Cobham, Clem Clempson, David Sancious

 

Mar. 13/80 'The Bayou' Washington, DC (2 shows)

Mar. 14/80 'Triangle Theatre' Rochester, New York

Mar. 16/80 'Bottom Line' NYC (2 shows)

Mar. 17/80 'Bottom Line' NYC (2 shows)

Mar. 18/80 'Bottom Line' NYC (2 shows)

Mar. 19/80 'Bottom Line' NYC (2 shows) (1st show was broadcast live on WNEW-FM in NYC)

Mar. 20/80 'Fast Lane' Asbury Park, New Jersey

Mar. 22/80 'Irvine Auditorium' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Mar. 23/80 'Stony Brook University Gymnasium' Stony Brook, New York

Mar. 24/80 'Main Act' Lynn, Massachusetts

Mar. 25/80 'Rutgers University' New Brunswick, New Jersey

 

Rocket 88 with Jack Bruce, Charlie Watts, Alexis Korner, Ian Stewart, Bob Hall, Danny Adler, George Green, Dick Morrisey, Colin Smith, Don Weller, John Picard, Pete York

 

June   /80 '100 Club' London, England

 

Jack Bruce & Friends with Billy Cobham, Clem Clempson, David Sancious

 

July 28/80 'The Venue' London, England (2 shows)

July 29/80 'The Venue' London, England (2 shows)

July 30/80 'The Venue' London, England (2 shows)

Oct. 19/80 'Grugahalle' Essen, Germany ('Rockpalast' TV broadcast – released on DVD)

Nov. 14/80 'San Diego University' San Diego, California

Nov. 15/80 'Santa Monica Civic Auditorium' Santa Monica, California

Nov. 16/80 'Dooley’s' Tempe, Arizona

Nov. 18/80 'Zellerbach' Berkeley, California

Nov. 20/80 'Rainbow Music Hall' Denver, Colorado

Nov. 22/80 'Uptown Theatre' Kansas City, Missouri

Nov. 28/80 'Park West' Chicago, Illinois (2 shows)

Nov. 29/80 'Park West' Chicago, Illinois (2 shows)

Dec.  2/80 'Agora Ballroom' Cleveland, Ohio

Dec.  3/80 'Harpo’s Hanger' Detroit, Michigan

Dec.  5/80 'Triangle Theatre' Rochester, New York

Dec.  6/80 'J. B. Scott’s' Albany, New York

Dec.  7/80 'State University of New York' New Paltz, New York

Dec.  9/80 'Hofstra University' Long Island, New York (2 shows)

Dec. 10/80 'Center Stage Theatre' East Providence, Rhode Island (2 shows)

Dec. 11/80 'Harvard Square Theatre' Cambridge, Massachusetts

Dec. 13/80 'Palladium' New York, New York (with the Michael Stanley Band)

Dec.   /80 'Ramapo College' Mahwah, New Jersey

Dec.   /80 'CW Post College' Long Island, New York

Dec. 26/80 'Capitol Theatre' Passaic, New Jersey

Dec. 27/80 'Nassau Coliseum' Uniondale, New York

Dec. 29/80 'Toads Place' New Haven, Connecticut

Dec. 30/80 'Civic Centre' Springfield, Massachusetts

Dec. 31/80 'Tower Theatre' Upper Darby, Pennsylvania

Jan.  6/81 'Agora Ballroom' Atlanta, Georgia

Jan. 10/81 'Saturday Night Live' NYC (TV broadcast)

 

Rocket 88 with Jack Bruce, Ian Stewart, Bob Hall, Danny Adler, George Green, Dick Morrisey, Colin Smith, John Picard, Pete York

 

Jan.   /81 'The Half Moon' Putney, London, England

 

Alexis Korner, Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker

 

Feb. 17/81 'Lieder & Leute' Baden-Baden, Germany (TV broadcast)

 

Jack Bruce & Friends with Billy Cobham, Clem Clempson, David Sancious

 

May  11/81 'University of Surrey' Guildford, England (BBC TV broadcast)

May  12/81 'New Victoria Apollo' London, England

May  13/81 'New Victoria Apollo' London, England

May  21/81 'Mogadur Theatre' Paris, France

May  24/81 'Tivolis Koncertsal' Copenhagen, Denmark

May  25/81 'Grota Lejon' Stockholm, Sweden

May  28/81 'Kulttuuritalo' Helsinki, Finland

 

Jack Bruce & Friends with Clem Clempson, David Sancious, Bruce Gary

 

Dec. 16/81 'Capitol Theatre' Passaic, New Jersey (Radio broadcast)

 

B.A. In Music hosted by B.A. Robertson with guest Jack Bruce

 

       /82 'B.A. In Music' London, England (TV broadcast)

 

Mose Allison with Jack Bruce, Billy Cobham, Eric Gale, Lou Donaldson

 

July 21/82 'Casino De Montreux' Montreux, Switzerland (TV broadcast)

             

A Gathering Of Minds with Jack Bruce, Billy Cobham, David Sancious, Allan Holdsworth, Didier Lockwood

 

July 23/82 'Casino De Montreux' Montreux, Switzerland (Radio broadcast)

 

Jan Hammer Band with Jack Bruce, Victor Godsey, Carsten Bohn 

 

Jan. 25/83 'Raeucherei' Kiel, Germany

Jan. 26/83 'Fabrik' Hamburg, Germany

Jan. 29/83 'Mensa Wilhelmstraße' Tübingen, Germany

Jan. 31/83 'Capitol' Mannheim, Germany

Feb.  1/83 'Metropol' Berlin, Germany

Feb.  2/83 'Ear Musichall' Kuhstedt, Germany

Feb.  3/83 'Bebop' Hildesheim, Germany

Feb.  4/83 'Leinedomicil' Hannover, Germany

Feb.  5/83 'Dejavu' Lubeck, Germany

Feb.  6/83 'Dochdu' Bocholt, Germany

 

Jack Bruce Band with Clem Clempson, Bruce Gary, Ronnie Leahy

 

May  14/83 'Bonar Hall' Dundee, Scotland

July 27/83 'Tamdhu' Bannockburn, Scotland

July 28/83 'Plough Inn' Perth, Scotland

July 29/83 'The Venue' Aberdeen, Scotland

July 30/83 'Eden Court Theatre' Inverness, Scotland

Aug.  1/83 'Cabarfeidh' Stornaway, Scotland

Aug.  3/83 'Tam Dhui' Blairgowrie, Scotland

Aug.  4/83 'Abbotts Hall' Kirkcaldy, Scotland

Aug.  5/83 'Rock at the Park' Bathgate, Scotland

Aug.  6/83 'Heathery Bar' Wishaw, Scotland

Aug.  7/83 'Mayfair' Glasgow, Scotland

Aug.  8/83 'Mick’s Club' Carlisle, England

Aug.  9/83 'Pavilion' Ayr, Scotland

Aug. 10/83 'Chequers' Falkirk, Scotland

Aug. 11/83 'Queens Hall' Edinburgh, Scotland

 

Jack Bruce Band with David Sancious, Bruce Gary

 

Oct.  6/83 'Lieder & Leute' Baden-Baden, Germany (TV broadcast)

Oct.  7/83 'Stadthalle' Vienna, Austria

Oct.  8/83  Pinkerfeld, Germany

Oct. 10/83  Munich, Germany

Oct. 12/83 'Capitol' Mannheim, Germany

Oct. 13/83  Koblenz, Germany

Oct. 14/83  Basel, Switzerland

Oct. 15/83  Zurich, Switzerland

Oct. 17/83  Genf, Switzerland

Oct.   /83 'Kongresshalle' Freiburg, Germany

Oct.   /83 'Pumpwerk' Wilhelmshaven, Germany 

Oct. 21/83  Lengede, Germany

Oct. 22/83  Beverungen, Germany

Oct. 24/83 'Schauburg' Bremen, Germany

Oct. 25/83 'Fabrik' Hamburg, Germany

Oct. 28/83  Bremerhaven, Germany

Oct. 31/83 'Wesel Festival' Wesel, Germany

Nov.  1/83 'Zeche' Bochum, Germany ('Rockpalast' TV broadcast – released on DVD)

Nov.  2/83 'Quartier Latin' Berlin, Germany

 

Fela Kuti Group with Jack Bruce, Mark Nauseef, Ian Anderson, Paul Vincent, George Kochbeck, Andy Brown, Alex Gruntal

 

Nov. 15/83 'Klassik Rocknacht'/'Circus Atlas' Munich, Germany (TV broadcast)

           (orchestra conducted by Eberhard Schoener)

 

Jack Bruce with Rainer Baumann, Zabba Lindner

 

Dec. 16/83 'Fabrik' Hamburg, Germany

 

Jack Bruce & Friends with Clem Clempson, Mark Nauseef, Ronnie Leahy

 

May  31/84 'Lochem Festival' Lochem, Holland (Radio broadcast) (afternoon)

           (including a radio interview with Jack and a solo piano

            version of 'Running Through Our Hands' from Hilversum)

May  31/84 'Paradiso' Amsterdam, Holland (evening)

June  2/84 'Parkzicht' Rotterdam, Holland

 

Alexis Korner Tribute with Jack Bruce, Jimmy Page, Charlie Watts, Ian Stewart, Dick Heckstall-Smith and others

 

June  5/84 'Palais Ballroom' Nottingham, England (BBC Radio broadcast)

 

Kip Hanrahan with Jack Bruce

 

July  2/84 'Public Theatre' New York, New York (2 shows)

 

Jack Bruce & Friends with Clem Clempson, Bruce Gary, Ronnie Leahy

 

July 10/84 'Jonathan Swifts' Cambridge, Massachusetts (2 shows)

July 12/84 'Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel' Providence, Rhode Island

July   /84 'Central Park' NYC

July 13/84 'Pier 84' New York, New York

July 14/84 'The Joyous Lake' Woodstock, New York (2 shows)

July 17/84 'The Bayou' Washington, DC (2 shows)

July   /84 'Stage West' Hartford, Connecticut

July 20/84 'My Fathers Place' Roslyn, New York (2 shows)

July 24/84 'Bottom Line' NYC (2 shows)

July 25/84 'Bottom Line' NYC (2 shows)

July 28/84 'Golden Bear' Huntington Beach, California (cancelled)

 

Jack Bruce with Rainer Baumann, Zabba Lindner

 

Aug. 18/84 'Open Air Stadtpark' Hamburg, Germany

 

Jack Bruce & Friends with Clem Clempson, Bruce Gary, Ronnie Leahy

 

Aug. 24/84 'Pavilion' Ayr, Scotland

Aug. 25/84 'Star Club' Glasgow, Scotland

Aug. 26/84 'Mayfair' Glasgow, Scotland (Radio Clyde broadcast)

Aug. 27/84 'Queens Hall' Edinburgh, Scotland

Aug. 28/84 'Queens Hall' Edinburgh, Scotland

Aug. 29/84 'The Venue' Aberdeen, Scotland

Aug. 31/84 'Albert Hall' Stirling, Scotland

Sep.  1/84 'Whitehall Theatre' Dundee, Scotland

 

Kip Hanrahan with Jack Bruce

 

Oct. 21/84 'Nancy Jazz Festival' Nancy, France (Radio broadcast)

Oct. 25/84  Zurich, Switzerland (Radio broadcast)

 

Jack Bruce & Friends with Clem Clempson, Bruce Gary, Ronnie Leahy

 

Nov.  1/84 'Zeche' Bochum, Germany

Nov.  2/84 'Kreuz Saal' Fulda, Germany

Nov.  5/84 'Stadthalle' Koln, Germany

Nov.  9/84 'Maxim' Stuttgart, Germany

Nov. 14/84 'Metropol' Berlin, Germany

Nov. 16/84 'Alexandra' Copenhagen, Denmark

Nov. 19/84 'Batschkapp' Frankfurt, Germany

 

For Under The Volcano with Jack Bruce, Carla Bley, Steve Swallow, Reiner Brueninghaus

 

Nov. 20-22/84 'Spiegelzelt auf der Domplatte' Cologne, Germany (TV broadcast)

 

Arlen Roth with Jack Bruce, Mark Nauseef

 

Nov. 28/84 'Ohne Filter' Baden-Baden, Germany (TV broadcast)

 

Jack Bruce & Friends with Dick Heckstall-Smith, Tim Franks and others

 

Dec.  1/84 'Band On the Wall' Manchester, England

Dec.  2/84 'Broadfield Hotel' Sheffield, England

 

Concert For Ethiopia with Jack Bruce, Charlie Watts, Rory Gallagher, Ian Stewart, Don Weller, Willie Garnett, John Picard, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Clem Clempson, Bruce Gary, Ronnie Leahy, Rick Wakeman, John Martyn, Simon Kirke, Bert Jansch and others

 

Dec.  9/84 'Usher Hall' Edinburgh, Scotland (charity show for famine relief)

 

Jack Bruce & Friends with Tony Williams, David Sancious

 

Dec.   /84  Leverkusen, Germany

 

Kip Hanrahan with Jack Bruce, Joe Gardner, Roland Briceno, John Stubblefield, Charles Neville, Ti Plume, Richardo Franck, Elysee Pyronneau, Andy Gonzalez, Steve Swallow, Ignacio Berroa, Milton Cardona, Giovanni Hidalgo

 

Feb. 24/85 'Shakespeare Theatre' Boston, Massachusetts

Feb. 27/85 'Sounds of Brazil' New York, New York (2 shows)

Mar.  1/85 '9:30 Club' Washington, DC (2 shows)

July  4/85 'Theatre Antique De Vienne' Paris, France

July  6/85 'The First Pendley International Jazz Festival' Pendley Manor,

            Tring, Hertfordshire, England

July 13/85 'North Sea Jazz Festival' The Hague, Holland

July 16/85  Roccastrada, Italy (with Ginger Baker)

July 18/85 'Antibes Jazz Festival' Antibes, France (Radio broadcast)

 

Golden Palominos with Jack Bruce, Carla Bley

 

July 20/85 'The Womad Festival' Kenn Pier Farm, Clevedon, England (cancelled)

 

Jack Bruce & Friends with Clem Clempson, Bruce Gary, Ronnie Leahy

 

Aug. 25/85 'Queens Hall' Edinburgh, Scotland

 

Kip Hanrahan with Jack Bruce

 

Oct. 26/85 'Carnegie Hall' New York, New York (with Ruben Blades)

 

For Under The Volcano with Jack Bruce, Carla Bley, Steve Swallow, Don Preston

 

Nov.  8/85 'Mark Taper Forum'/'New Music America Festival' Los Angeles, California

 

Jack Bruce Band with Clem Clempson, Anton Fier, Ronnie Leahy

 

Jan. 13/86 'Liquid Club' Tel Aviv, Israel

Jan. 14/86 'Liquid Club' Tel Aviv, Israel (Radio broadcast)

Jan. 18/86 'Bin Yanei Ha-ooma National House Theatre' Jerusalem

           (poster has Mark Nauseef advertised)

 

Jack Bruce Band with Clem Clempson, Bruce Gary, Ronnie Leahy

 

Jan. 20/86 'Stadthalle' Kassel, Germany

Jan. 21/86 'Stadthalle' Offenbach, Germany

Jan. 22/86 'Jazzgalerie' Bonn, Germany

Jan. 23/86 'Stadthalle' Erlangen, Germany

Jan. 24/86 'Philipshalle' Dusseldorf, Germany

Jan. 26/86 'Schutzenhaus Albisguetli' Zurich, Switzerland

Jan. 27/86 'Kongresshalle' Saarbrucken, Germany

Jan. 28/86 'Metropol' Aachen, Germany

Jan. 29/86 'Metropol' Berlin, Germany

Jan. 30/86 'Grosse Freiheit 36' Hamburg, Germany

Jan. 31/86 'Jovel Cinema' Munich, Germany

Feb.  1/86 'Kulturzentrum' Mainz, Germany

Feb.  2/86 'Maxim' Stuttgart, Germany

Feb.  3/86 'Steinbruch-Theater' Nieder-Ramstadt, Germany

 

Ian Stewart Tribute with the Rolling Stones, Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Pete Townshend, Simon Kirke, Chuck Leavell

 

Feb. 23/86 '100 Club' London, England

 

Bernd Konrad Project with Jack Bruce, Michael Sagmeister and others

 

Mar.   /86 'Theaterhaus' Stuttgart, Germany (TV broadcast)

 

Golden Palominos with Jack Bruce, Anton Fier, Chris Stamey, Jody Harris, Syd Straw, Bernie Worrell, Peter Blegvad, Lisa Herman

 

Mar.   /86  Ann Arbor, Michigan

Mar.   /86  Washington, DC

Mar.   /86 'The Ritz' New York, New York

Mar.   /86 'Student Union Ballroom'/'University of Massachusetts' Amherst,

            Massachusetts

Mar.  7/86 'Paradise' Boston, Massachusetts (2 shows)

Mar. 13/86 'Peabody’s Down Under' Cleveland, Ohio (2 shows)

 

Charlie Watt's All-Star Jazz Orchestra with Jack Bruce, Courtney Pine, Alan Skidmore and others

 

Mar. 23/86 'Fulham Town Hall' London, England

Apr.   /86 'Albany Empire' Deptford, England

Apr. 20/86 'Ronnie Scott’s' London, England

Apr. 21/86 'Ronnie Scott’s' London, England

Apr. 22/86 'Ronnie Scott’s' London, England

Apr. 23/86 'Ronnie Scott’s' London, England

Apr. 24/86 'Ronnie Scott’s' London, England

Apr. 25/86 'Ronnie Scott’s' London, England

 

Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker, Bireli Lagrene, Courtney Pine

 

July 10/86 'Nice Jazz Festival' Nice, France (Radio broadcast)

           (Jack and Bernard Purdie also perform with the New York All Stars) 

 

Golden Palominos with Jack Bruce, Anton Fier, Chris Stamey, Jody Harris, Syd Straw, Bernie Worrell, Peter Blegvad, Lisa Herman

 

July 19/86 'Casino de Montreux' Montreux, Switzerland (TV broadcast)

July 20/86  Milan, Italy (TV broadcast)

 

Mike Mantler/Nick Mason Project with Jack Bruce, Don Preston, Rick Fenn, John Greaves

 

Feb.  8/87 'Kongresshalle' Frankfurt, Germany (Radio & TV broadcast)

      

Jack Bruce, John Entwistle, Nick Mason, Rick Fenn and others

 

Feb.  9/87 'Fachblatt Messeparty'/'Dorian Gray' Frankfurt, Germany

 

Three Penny Opera with Jack Bruce, Sting, Gianna Nannini and others

 

May   1/87 'Deutsches Schauspielhaus' Hamburg, Germany (TV broadcast)

           (orchestra conducted by Eberhard Schoener)

 

Inazuma Supersession with Jack Bruce, Anton Fier, Kenji Suzuki

 

May  10/87 'Ink Stick Shibaura Factory' Tokyo, Japan (Radio broadcast)

May  11/87 'Ink Stick Shibaura Factory' Tokyo, Japan

 

Tooth Of Crime by Sam Shepard (a play featuring Jack Bruce. Jack played Hoss)

 

June-July/87 'Bridge Lane Theatre' Bridge Lane, Battersea, London, England

             (the play ran from June 5/87 to July 11/87)

 

Mike Mantler with Jack Bruce, Don Preston, Rick Fenn, Steve Swallow, Anton Fier

 

Aug. 25/87 'Astoria' London, England

Aug. 28/87 'Saalfelden Jazz Festival' Saalfelden, Austria

 

Norman Beaker Band with Jack Bruce, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Tim Franks, David Bainbridge

 

Dec.  1/87 'Band On the Wall' Manchester, England

Dec.   /87 'Community Centre' Poynton, Stockport, England

Dec.  9/87 'The Old Vic' Nottingham, England

Dec. 10/87 'Park Hotel' Tynemouth, Newcastle, England

Dec. 11/87  Blackpool, England

 

Leslie West, Jack Bruce, Joe Franco

 

Dec. 19/87 'The Chance' Poughkeepsie, New York

 

Howard Stern Radio Show with guests Jack Bruce, Noel Redding, Leslie West

  

June  2/88  interviews and live music (Radio broadcast)

 

Norman Beaker Band with Jack Bruce, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Tim Franks, David Bainbridge, Lennie Crookes

 

June 23/88 'Fife Aid' Craigtown Park, Fife, Scotland

Aug. 28/88 'Preservation Hall' Edinburgh, Scotland

 

Jack Bruce Blues Band with Dick Heckstall-Smith, Norman Beaker, Tim Franks, David Bainbridge

 

July 24/88 'Eco Rock' St. Andrews, Scotland (released on DVD)

 

Jack Bruce Band with Anton Fier, Pat Thrall, David Bravo

 

Sep. 29/88 'Kenwood Tavern' Levittown, Pennsylvania

Sep. 30/88 'War Memorial' Trenton, New Jersey
Oct.  1/88 'Sundance Saloon' Bay Shore, Long Island, New York (2 shows)

Oct.  5/88 'El Mocambo' Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Oct.   /88 'Club Bene Dinner Club' Saryeville, South Amboy, New Jersey

Oct.  8/88 'Stone Pony' Asbury Park, New Jersey

Oct.  9/88 'Toads Place' New Haven, Connecticut

Oct. 10/88 'Bottom Line' NYC (2 shows) (early show with Eric Clapton)

Oct. 11/88 'Bottom Line' NYC (2 shows) (late show with Mick Taylor)

Oct. 12/88 'The Bayou' Washington, DC

Oct. 14/88 'Theatre of the Living Arts' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Oct. 25/88 'The Spectrum' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (opened for the Moody Blues)

Oct. 26/88 'The Centrum' Worcester, Massachusetts (opened for the Moody Blues)

Oct. 28/88 'Madison Square Garden' NYC (opened for the Moody Blues)

Nov.  9/88 'Central City' Gainesville, Florida

Nov. 12/88 'Center Stage Theatre' Atlanta, Georgia

Nov. 13/88 'Storyville Music Club' New Orleans, Louisiana

Nov. 14/88 'Rockefeller’s' Houston, Texas

Nov. 15/88 'Sneaker's' San Antonio, Texas

Nov. 16/88 'Hard Rock Cafe' Dallas, Texas

Nov. 18/88 'The Shark Club' Austin, Texas

Nov. 21/88 'Mississippi Nights' St. Louis, Missouri (with Jimmy Lee and the Joint

            Jumpers)

Nov. 22/88 'Vogue Theatre' Indianapolis, Indiana

Nov. 23/88 'Royal Oak Theatre' Detroit, Michigan (with Ian Hunter)

Nov. 25/88 'Agora Ballroom' Cleveland, Ohio (with Ian Hunter)

Nov. 26/88 'Riviera Theatre' Chicago, Illinois (with Ian Hunter)

 

Dickie Betts Band jam with Jack Bruce, Mick Taylor, Rick Derringer

 

Nov.  1/88 'Lone Star Cafe' New York, New York (Radio broadcast)

 

Late Night with David Letterman

 

Nov. 11/88 'Late Night with David Letterman' NYC (TV broadcast)

           (Jack sits in with Paul Shaffer and the band)

 

Night Music with David Sanborn with Jack Bruce, Joe Walsh, Hiram Bullock, Al Green and others

 

Dec.  4/88 'Night Music with David Sanborn' NYC (TV broadcast)

 

Jack Bruce, Pete Brown

 

       /89 'Channel 4' London, England (BBC TV broadcast)

 

Nachtschicht '89

 

Sep. 16/89 'Huettengelaende' Neunkirchen, Germany (TV broadcast)

 

Jack Bruce Band with Ginger Baker, Bernie Worrell, Blues Saraceno, Gary 'Mudbone' Cooper, Tom Goss

 

Nov. 29/89 'The Bayou' Washington, DC

Nov. 30/89 'The Chance' Poughkeepsie, New York

Dec.  1/89 'The Living Room' Providence, Rhode Island

Dec.  2/89 'Saratoga Winners' Albany, New York

Dec.  3/89 'Toads Place' New Haven, Connecticut

Dec.  4/89 'Hammerjacks' Baltimore, Maryland

Dec.  6/89 'Paradise' Boston, Massachusetts

Dec.  7/89 'Bottom Line' NYC (Radio broadcast)

Dec.  8/89 '23 East' Ardmore, Pennsylvania

Dec. 10/89 'Newport' Columbus, Ohio

Dec. 11/89 'Bogarts' Cincinnati, Ohio

Dec. 13/89 'Peabody’s Down Under' Cleveland, Ohio

Dec. 14/89 'The Ritz' Roseville, Michigan

Dec. 15/89 'Biddy Mulligans' Chicago, Illinois

Dec. 16/89 'Zivkos' Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Dec. 19/89 'The Bacchanal' San Diego, California

Dec. 20/89 'The Coach House' San Juan Capistrano, California

Dec. 21/89 'The Palace' Hollywood, California

Dec. 22/89 'The Omni' Oakland, California

 

Los Lobotomy’s and Friends with Jack Bruce, Steve Lukather, Robin Zander, Steve Stevens, Michael Landau, David Garfield, Carlos Vega, Will Lee

 

Jan. 17/90 'Baked Potato' North Hollywood, California

 

Jack Bruce Band with Ginger Baker, Bernie Worrell, Blues Saraceno, Gary 'Mudbone' Cooper, Tom Goss

 

Jan. 19/90 'N.A.M.M. Show'/'Disneyland Hotel' Anaheim, California

Jan. 20/90 'Ventura Theatre' Ventura, California

Jan. 21/90 'The Coach House' San Juan Capistrano, California

Jan. 22/90 'Belly-Up' Solana Beach, California

Jan. 23/90 'The Strand' Redondo Beach, California

Jan. 24/90 'Calamity Jane's' Las Vegas, Nevada

Jan. 26/90 'Arcadia Theatre' Dallas, Texas

Jan. 27/90 'Fitzgeralds' Houston, Texas

Jan. 29/90 'Center Stage Theatre' Atlanta, Georgia

Feb.  1/90  Orlando, Florida

Feb.  2/90 'Floodzone' Richmond, Virginia

Feb.  3/90 'The Boathouse' Norfolk, Virginia

Feb.  4/90 'The Bayou' Washington, DC

Feb.  5/90  Charlotte, North Carolina

Feb.  6/90 'Hammerjacks' Baltimore, Maryland

Feb.  7/90 'Chestnut Cabaret' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Feb.  8/90 'Club Bene Dinner Club' Saryeville, South Amboy, New Jersey

Feb.  9/90 'Late Night With David Letterman' NYC (TV broadcast)

Feb.  9/90 'The Ritz' New York, New York

Feb. 10/90 'The Living Room' Providence, Rhode Island

Feb. 11/90 'Toads Place' New Haven, Connecticut

 

Kip Hanrahan "Look, the Moon" with special guest appearance by Jack Bruce; Chico Freeman, Don Pullen, Fernando Saunders, Steve Swallow, Leo Nocentelli, Chocolate Armenteros, Alfredo Triff, Giovanni Hidalgo, Milton Cardona, Berrao Egnaceo, Ralph Peterson Jr.

 

June  3/90  Bremen, Germany (Radio broadcast)

June  4/90 '29.Internationales New Jazz Festival Moers'/'Moers Festival' Moers,

            Germany

June   /90  France

June   /90  Italy

 

Norman Beaker Band with Jack Bruce, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Tim Franks, David Bainbridge

 

Sep. 15/90 'Salerno Festival' Salerno, Italy

 

Rocklife with Jack Bruce (solo piano)

 

Oct. 17/90 'Live Music Hall' Cologne, Germany ('Rockpalast' TV broadcast – released on DVD)

 

Rocklife with Rory Gallagher with special guest Jack Bruce

 

Oct. 17/90 'Live Music Hall' Cologne, Germany ('Rockpalast' TV broadcast – released on DVD)

 

Jack Bruce (solo piano)

 

Nov.  3/90 'Town Hall' Falkirk, Scotland

 

Norman Beaker Band with Jack Bruce, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Tim Franks, David Bainbridge

 

Dec.  7/90 'Exhibition Centre' Thessaloniki, Greece

Dec.  8/90 'The Rodon' Athens, Greece

 

Jack Bruce Band with Norman Beaker, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Tim Franks, David Bainbridge

 

Feb.  2/91 '3rd Ipswich Blues Extravaganza' Corn Exchange, Ipswich, Suffolk, England

 

Jack Bruce with Rainer Baumann, Zabba Lindner, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Zoot Money

 

Apr. 12/91 'Fabrik' Hamburg, Germany

 

The Jimi Hendrix Concert with Jack Bruce, Uli Jon Roth, Simon Phillips, John Wetton, Randy Hansen and others

 

Apr. 25/91 'E-Werk' Rocklife TV, Cologne, Germany (TV broadcast)

 

Jack Bruce Blues Band with Jonas Bruce, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Tim Franks, Norman Beaker 

        

May   4/91 'Assembly Arms' Derby, England

       /91 'San Remo Blues Festival' San Remo, Italy (TV broadcast)

 

Many Have No Speech with the Donau Orchestra, Mike Mantler, Mike Gibbs, Jack Bruce, Timna Brauer, Linda Sharrock, Rick Fenn and others

 

June  4/91 'Donau Festival'/'Stadtsaal' St. Polten, Austria

June  5/91 'Donau Festival'/'Stadtsaal' St. Polten, Austria

 

The New Generation Band with Jack Bruce, Jonas Bruce, Malcolm Bruce, Koffi Baker, Norman Beaker

 

July  6/91  Budapest, Hungary 

       

Kip Hanrahan  '...then she turned, so that...' with Jack Bruce, Don Pullen, Alfredo Triff, Robbie Ameen, J.T. Lewis, Leo Nocentelli, Milton Cardona, Anthony Carillo, Richie Flores, Chocolate Armenteros, Chico Freeman, Fernando Saunders, Carmen Lundy

 

July  9/91 'Umbria Jazz Festival' Perugia, Italy (Radio broadcast)

July 11/91 'Copenhagen Jazz Festival' Copenhagen, Denmark (Radio broadcast)

July 12/91 'North Sea Jazz Festival' The Hague, Holland (Radio broadcast)

July 14/91 'Liederhalle' Stuttgart, Germany (TV broadcast)

July 18/91 'Fasching' Stockholm, Sweden (Radio broadcast)

July 19/91 'Pori Jazz Festival'/'Kirjurinluoto' Porissa, Finland

July 20/91 'New Morning' Paris, France

July 21/91 'New Morning' Paris, France

 

Jack Bruce Band with Ginger Baker, Blues Saraceno

 

Aug.  8/91 'Park Hayarkon'/'Open Air Festival' Tel Aviv, Israel

 

Jack Bruce Blues Band with Jonas Bruce, Malcolm Bruce, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Tim Franks, Norman Beaker

 

Aug. 23/91 'The Great British Rhythm & Blues Festival'/'Colne Municipal Hall'

            Colne, Lancashire, England

 

Guitar Legends Festival with Jack Bruce, Bob Dylan, Keith Richards, Phil Manzanera and others

 

Oct. 17/91 'Cartouges Stadium' Seville, Spain (Radio & TV broadcast)

 

Jack Bruce Band with Blues Saraceno, Simon Phillips

 

Mar. 16/92 'The Penny Lane Club' Sapporo, Japan

Mar. 18/92  Nagoya, Japan

Mar. 19/92  Osaka, Japan

Mar. 20/92 'Club Citta' Kawasaki, Japan

Mar. 21/92 'Club Citta' Kawasaki, Japan

 

Jack Bruce Band with Clem Clempson, Ronnie Leahy, Gary Husband

           (benefit gig for Dick Heckstall-Smith who was ill at the time)

 

Apr. 26/92 'Bull's Head' Barnes, London, England

 

Jack Bruce with Alex Conti, Zabba Lindner

 

       /92  Hamburg, Germany

 

Kip Hanrahan's Conjure Band with Jack Bruce, J.T. Lewis, Ishmael Reed, D.D. Jackson, Little Jimmy Scott, David Murray, Anthony Cox, Billy Bang, Scott Marcus and others

        

July  3/92 'New Morning' Paris, France

July  6/92 'Westport Jazz Festival'/'Festival-Zelt Deichtorplatz' Hamburg, Germany

July  7/92 'Kulturzentrum' Mainz, Germany

July   /92 'Wien Jazz Festival' Vienna, Austria

 

Jack Bruce Interview and music (Theme For An Imaginary Western & Third Degree)

 

Aug. 17/92 'GLR-FM' London, England (Radio broadcast)

 

Jack Bruce Band with Blues Saraceno, Simon Phillips

 

Aug. 20/92 'Grand Theatre' Clapham, London, England (TV broadcast)

Aug. 31/92 'Sala Kongress' Warsaw, Poland (TV broadcast)

 

Kip Hanrahan 'Imagining New Orleans' with Jack Bruce, Don Pullen, Allen Toussaint, Alfredo Triff, Robbie Ameen, J.T. Lewis, Leo Nocentelli, Charles Neville, Richie Flores, Anthony Carillo, Reggie Toussaint, Ray Anderson, Henry Threadgill, Carmen Lundy, Fernando Saunders

 

Oct.   /92  Skopje, Macedonia

Oct.   /92  Brussels, Belgium

Oct. 30/92 'Bockenheimer Depot' Frankfurt, Germany (Radio and TV broadcast)

Nov.  1/92  Nijmegen, Holland (Radio broadcast)

 

Cream's Induction Into The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame (8th ceremony)

 

Jan. 12/93 'Century Plaza Hotel Ballroom' Los Angeles, California

 

Jack Bruce Interview and music (Theme For An Imaginary Western) with Ned Sherrin

 

Mar.  6/93 'Loose Ends' London, England (BBC Radio 4 broadcast)

 

Jack Bruce Interview and music (Third Degree) with Johnny Walker

 

Mar. 20/93 'BBC Radio 1' London, England (Radio broadcast)

 

Jack Bruce Band with Blues Saraceno, Gary Husband

 

Mar. 21/93 'The Stone' San Francisco, California

Mar. 22/93 'The Strand' Redondo Beach, California

Mar. 23/93 'The Coach House' San Juan Capistrano, California

Mar. 25/93 'Paradise' Boston, Massachusetts

Mar. 26/93 'Chestnut Cabaret' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Mar. 27/93 'The Ritz' New York, New York

Mar. 30/93 'Grand Theatre' Clapham, London, England (TV broadcast)

Apr.  4/93 'Fabrik' Hamburg, Germany

Apr.  5/93 'Metropolis' Munich, Germany

June 28/93 'Ronnie Scott’s' Birmingham, England

June 29/93 'Ronnie Scott’s' Birmingham, England

June 30/93 'Ronnie Scott’s' Birmingham, England

July  1/93 'The Irish Centre' Leeds, England

July  2/93 'Glasgow Jazz Festival'/'The Old Fruitmarket' Glasgow, Scotland

July  4/93 'Pistoia Blues Festival' Pistoia, Italy

July 30/93  Rudkobing, Denmark

 

Jack Bruce Trio with Steve Topping, Gary Husband

 

Aug. 14/93  Kerpen, Germany

 

Jack Bruce Trio with Gary Moore, Gary Husband

 

Aug. 15/93 'Zelt Am Marktplatz' Esslingen, Germany

 

Jack Bruce, Mick Taylor, Richard Thompson and others

 

Aug. 17/93 'San Remo Festival' San Remo, Italy (Radio broadcast)

 

Jack Bruce, Dick Heckstall-Smith, John Stevens

 

Sep.  4/93 'Outside In Festival' Crawley, West Sussex, England

 

Jack Bruce 50th Birthday Party Concert with Gary Moore, Ginger Baker, Simon Phillips, Gary Husband, Clem Clempson, Pete Brown, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Art Themen, Henry Lowther, John Mumford, Jonas Bruce, Malcolm Bruce, Gary 'Mudbone' Cooper, Maggie Reilly, Bernie Worrell, Francois Garny, Kip Hanrahan

 

Nov.  2/93 'E-Werk' Cologne, Germany ('Rockpalast' TV broadcast)

Nov.  3/93 'E-Werk' Cologne, Germany ('Rockpalast' TV broadcast)

 

BBM (Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce, Gary Moore) with Tommy Eyre

 

May  16/94 'Muziekcentrum Vredenburg' Utrecht, Holland (cancelled)

May  18/94 'Terminal One' Munich, Germany (cancelled)

May  19/94 'Marquee Club' London, England

May  22/94 'Ulster Hall' Belfast, Northern Ireland (cancelled)

May  23/94 'Barrowlands' Glasgow, Scotland

May  26/94 'The Manor' Virgin Records 21st Anniversary Show, London, England (TV broadcast)

May  31/94 'Falkoner Theatre' Copenhagen, Denmark

June  1/94 'Cirkus' Stockholm, Sweden

June  5/94 'Academy' Brixton, London, England

June  7/94 'Le Zenith' Paris, France (postponed until June 28)

June 16/94 'Sports Palace' Barcelona, Spain

June 18/94 'Cyclodrome' San Sebastian, Spain

June 20/94 'Sports Palace' Madrid, Spain

June 25/94 'Midtfyns Festival' Ringe Fyn, Denmark

June 28/94 'Le Zenith' Paris, France

July  2/94 'Schuettorf Festival' Vechtewiese, Germany

July  3/94 'Berlin Festival' Freilichtbuehne, Germany (cancelled)

July  6/94 'Montreux Jazz Festival' Montreux, Switzerland (cancelled)

July  9/94 'Balingen Festival' Messegelaende, Germany (cancelled)

July 21/94 'Pori Jazz Festival' Porissa, Finland (cancelled)

July 22/94 'Molde Jazz Festival' Molde, Norway (cancelled)

 

Kip Hanrahan 'Casual Hit' with Jack Bruce, Don Pullen, Robbie Ameen, J.T. Lewis, Charles Neville, Billy Bang, Michael Cain, Fernando Saunders, Andy Gonzalez, Anthony Carillo, Eric Schenkman, Giovanni Hidalgo, Lucy Penabaz and others

 

Nov. 13/94 'Sounds of Brazil' New York, New York (2 shows)

 

Alexis Korner Tribute Concert with Jack Bruce, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Norman Beaker, Tim Franks, David Bainbridge, Paul Jones

 

May  21/95 'Buxton Opera House' Buxton, North Derbyshire, England

 

Jack Bruce with Rainer Baumann, Zabba Lindner

 

May  29/95 'Fabrik' Hamburg, Germany

 

The Universe Of Jimi Hendrix with Jack Bruce, Vernon Reid, Terry Bozio

            

July 23/95 'Liederhalle' Stuttgart, Germany (TV broadcast – released on DVD)

 

Jack Bruce, Bernie Worrell

 

Sep.  2/95 'Queens Hall' Edinburgh, Scotland

Sep.  4/95 'Queen Elizabeth Hall' London, England

 

Jack Bruce, Chaka Khan and others

 

Aug.   /96  Lichtenstein (backed by Jimmy Griego (drums) and Michael Tovar (guitar))

Aug.   /96  Switzerland

Aug.   /96  Germany

 

The School of Languages with Mike Mantler, Jack Bruce, Mona Larsen, Susi Hyldgaard, Per Jorgensen, Don Preston, Karen Mantler, John Greaves, Robert Wyatt

 

Aug. 31/96 'Arken Museum of Modern Art' Copenhagen, Denmark

Sep.  1/96 'Arken Museum of Modern Art' Copenhagen, Denmark

 

Fender 50th Anniversary Concert - A Tribute to Rory Gallagher with Jack Bruce, Peter Green and the Splinter Group, Yngwie Malmsteen, Hank Marvin, The Hellecasters, Martyn Joseph and the Fender Houseband; featuring Neil Murray, Cozy Powell, Spike Edney and Jamie Moses

 

Nov. 30/96 'Wembley Conference Centre' London, England

 

Ringo Starr And The All-Starrs with Jack Bruce, Peter Frampton, Simon Kirke, Gary Brooker, Mark Rivera

 

Apr. 28/97 'Moore Theatre' Seattle, Washington

Apr. 29/97 'Hult Center For Performing Arts' Eugene, Oregon

Apr. 30/97 'Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall' Portland, Oregon

May   2/97 'Concord Pavilion' Concord, California

May   3/97 'Universal Amphitheatre' Los Angeles, California

May   4/97 'Humphrey’s' San Diego, California

May   5/97 'Mesa Amphitheatre' Phoenix, Arizona

May   7/97 'Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre' Denver, Colorado (with Ginger Baker)

May   9/97 'Rosemont Horizon' Chicago, Illinois

May  10/97 'Riverport Amphitheatre' St. Louis, Missouri

May  11/97 'State Theatre' Minneapolis, Minnesota

May  13/97 'Eagles Ballroom' Milwaukee, Wisconsin

May  14/97 'Breslin Center' East Lansing, Michigan

May  16/97 'Chastain Park Amphitheatre' Atlanta, Georgia

May  17/97 'Sunrise Theatre' Miami, Florida

May  18/97 'Ruth Eckerd Hall' Tampa, Florida

May  20/97 'The Palace Theatre' Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

May  21/97 'Wolf Trap Auditorium' Vienna, Virginia

May  23/97 'Billy Bob’s' Fort Worth, Texas

May  24/97 'Six Flags Fiesta Texas' San Antonio, Texas

May  25/97 'Six Flags Astroworld' Houston, Texas

May  28/97 'Bob Carpenter Center' Newark, Delaware

May  29/97 'I.C. Light Amphitheatre' Pittsburg, Pennsylvania

May  30/97 'Pine Knob Amphitheatre' Detroit, Michigan (released on DVD)

May  31/97 'Rubber Bowl' Akron, Ohio

June  2/97 'Mohegan Sun Casino' Uncasville, Connecticut

June  3/97 'PNC Bank Arts Center' Holmdel, New Jersey (with Bernie Worrell)

June  5/97 'Harborlights Pavilion' Boston, Massachusetts

June  6/97 'Resorts International' Atlantic City, New Jersey

June  7/97 'Jones Beach Amphitheatre' Wantaugh, New York

 

The School of Understanding (revised version of The School of Languages) with Mike Mantler, Jack Bruce, Mona Larsen, Susi Hyldgaard, Per Jorgensen, Don Preston, John Greaves and others

 

Nov. 21/97 'Hebbel-Theater' Berlin, Germany

Nov. 22/97 'Hebbel-Theater' Berlin, Germany

Nov. 23/97 'Hebbel-Theater' Berlin, Germany

 

Jack Bruce, Gary Moore, Gary Husband

 

Apr.  6/98 'Angel Studios' Islington, London, England

           (band performances for 'The Cream of Cream' video)

Apr.  7/98 'Angel Studios' Islington, London, England

           (interview session with Jack for 'The Cream of Cream' video)

 

Jack Bruce with Norman Beaker, Tim Franks, David Bainbridge, Lennie Crookes

 

June 13/98 'Live In The Marquee'/'Stockport Rugby Club' Stockport, England

 

Jack Bruce & Friends with Gary Moore, Gary Husband

 

July 14/98 'Cellar Bar' South Shields, Tyne & Wear, England

July 15/98 'Cellar Bar' South Shields, Tyne & Wear, England

July 18/98 'Ashburnham Centre' Chelsea, England (charity concert)

 

Ringo Starr And The All-Starrs with Jack Bruce, Peter Frampton, Simon Kirke, Gary Brooker, Mark Rivera

 

Aug.  7/98 'Helsingin Jaahalli (Helsinki Icehall)' Helsinki, Finland

Aug.  8/98 'Festival' Zurich, Switzerland

Aug.  9/98 'Skanderborg Festivalen' Skanderborg, Denmark

Aug. 12/98 'Freilichtbuehne Killesberg' Stuttgart, Germany

Aug. 13/98 'Theaterplatz' Chemnitz, Germany

Aug. 15/98 'Centre Sportif' Luxembourg City, Luxembourg (cancelled)

Aug. 16/98 'Marktrock Festival' Leuven, Belgium

Aug. 18/98 'World Expo 98' Lisbon, Portugal

Aug. 20/98 'The Point' Dublin, Ireland

Aug. 21/98 'Shepherds Bush Empire' London, England

Aug. 22/98 'Shepherds Bush Empire' London, England (cancelled)

Aug. 25/98 'Sports Complex' Moscow, Russia

Aug. 26/98 'Jubilee Complex' St. Petersburg, Russia

Aug. 28/98 'Sporting Club' Monte Carlo, Monaco

Aug. 29/98 'Sporting Club' Monte Carlo, Monaco

Aug. 30/98 'Sporting Club' Monte Carlo, Monaco

Sep.  1/98 'Grugahalle' Essen, Germany

Sep.  2/98 'Stadtpark' Hamburg, Germany

Sep.  3/98 'Museumshof' Bonn, Germany

Sep.  5/98 'Benefit Concert' Wintershall, England

 

Ringo Starr And The All-Starrs with Jack Bruce, Todd Rundgren, Simon Kirke, Gary Brooker, Timmy Cappello

 

Feb. 12/99 'Trump Taj Mahal'/'The Mark Etess Arena' Atlantic City, New Jersey

Feb. 13/99 'Trump Taj Mahal'/'The Mark Etess Arena' Atlantic City, New Jersey

Feb. 14/99 'Trump Taj Mahal'/'The Mark Etess Arena' Atlantic City, New Jersey

Feb. 16/99 'Beacon Theatre' New York, New York

Feb. 17/99 'Beacon Theatre' New York, New York

Feb. 19/99 'Mohegan Sun Resort and Casino' Uncasville, Connecticut

Feb. 20/99 'Mohegan Sun Resort and Casino' Uncasville, Connecticut

Feb. 21/99 'Westbury Music Fair' Westbury, New York

Feb. 22/99 'Schottenstein Center' Columbus, Ohio

Feb. 24/99 'Westbury Music Fair' Westbury, New York

Feb. 26/99 'Star Plaza Theatre' Merrillville, Indiana

Feb. 28/99 'Park West' Chicago, Illinois

Mar.  1/99 'Palace Theatre' Detroit, Michigan

Mar.  4/99 'Eureka Municipal Auditorium' Eureka, California

Mar.  5/99 'Konocti Harbor Resort' Kelseyville, California

Mar.  6/99 'Konocti Harbor Resort' Kelseyville, California

Mar.  7/99 'Berkeley Community Theatre' Berkeley, California

Mar. 11/99 'Bank America Center' Boise, Idaho

Mar. 12/99 'Dee Events Center' Ogden, Utah

Mar. 13/99 'Hard Rock Hotel and Casino - The Joint' Las Vegas, Nevada

Mar. 14/99 '4th & B' San Diego, California

Mar. 18/99 'Universal Amphitheatre' Los Angeles, California

Mar. 19/99 'Silver Legacy Casino' Reno, Nevada

Mar. 20/99 'Silver Legacy Casino' Reno, Nevada

Mar. 21/99 'Harrah's Casino' Lake Tahoe, Nevada

Mar. 25/99 'Horseshoe Casino' Tunica, Mississippi

Mar. 26/99 'Florida Theatre' Jacksonville, Florida

Mar. 27/99 'Sunrise Musical Theatre' Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Mar. 28/99 'Hard Rock Cafe' Orlando, Florida

 

Michael Jackson & Friends - A Concert to Benefit the Children of the World with Ringo Starr, Jack Bruce, Alan Parsons Band

 

June 27/99 'Munich Olympic Stadium' Munich, Germany (TV broadcast)

 

Ringo Starr And The All-Starrs with Jack Bruce, Dave Edmunds, Simon Kirke, Eric Carmen, Mark Rivera

 

May  12/00 'Trump Taj Mahal'/'Xanadu Showroom' Atlantic City, New Jersey

May  13/00 'Trump Taj Mahal'/'Xanadu Showroom' Atlantic City, New Jersey

May  15/00 'Mid Hudson Civic Center' Poughkeepsie, New York

May  16/00 'Westbury Music Fair' Westbury, New York

May  17/00 'Westbury Music Fair' Westbury, New York

May  19/00 'Late Night with David Letterman' NYC (TV broadcast)

May  19/00 'Mohegan Sun Casino' Uncasville, Connecticut

May  20/00 'Mohegan Sun Casino' Uncasville, Connecticut

May  21/00 'I Center' Salem, New Hampshire

May  23/00 'Beacon Theatre' New York, New York

May  24/00 'State Theatre' New Brunswick, New Jersey

May  26/00 'Norva Theatre' Norfolk, Virginia

May  27/00 'Festival' Cleveland, Ohio

May  28/00 'Riverport Amphitheatre' St. Louis, Missouri

May  30/00 'Wolf Trap Auditorium' Washington, DC

May  31/00 'Nashville Arena' Nashville, Tennessee

June  1/00 'Horseshoe Casino' Robinsonville, Mississippi

June  3/00 'Sunrise Musical Theatre' Fort Lauderdale, Florida

June  4/00 'Chastain Park Amphitheatre' Atlanta, Georgia

June  5/00 'I.C. Light Amphitheatre' Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (cancelled)

June  7/00 'Casino Rama' Orillia, Ontario, Canada (cancelled)

June  8/00 'House of Blues' Chicago, Illinois

June 10/00 'Landmark Theatre' Syracuse, New York

June 11/00 'Pine Knob Amphitheatre' Detroit, Michigan

June 14/00 'Montalvo Center for the Arts' Saratoga, California

June 15/00 'Montalvo Center for the Arts' Saratoga, California

June 16/00 'Harrah's Casino' Lake Tahoe, Nevada

June 17/00 'Hard Rock Hotel and Casino - The Joint' Las Vegas, Nevada

June 19/00 'The Sun Theatre' Anaheim, California (cancelled)

June 20/00 'The Sun Theatre' Anaheim, California (cancelled)

June 22/00 'House of Blues' Los Angeles, California

June 23/00 'House of Blues' Los Angeles, California

June 25/00 'Humphrey's' San Diego, California

June 26/00 'Humphrey's' San Diego, California

June 28/00 'Red Rocks Amphitheatre' Denver, Colorado

June 30/00 'State Capitol Grounds' St. Paul, Minnesota

July  1/00 'SummerFest'/'Miller Oasis' Milwaukee, Wisconsin

 

Jack Bruce and the Cuicoland Express with Vernon Reid, Alfredo Triff, Bernie Worrell, Milton Cardona, Richie Flores, Robbie Ameen, El Negro Horacio Hernandez, Mick Hutton

 

June 18/01 'Jazz Cafe' London, England

 

Uli Jon Roth with guests Jack Bruce, Michael Schenker, Phil Mogg, Clive Bunker, Shane Gaalaas, Don Airey, Barry Sparks, Incline Quartet and others        

 

June 23/01 'Castle Donington' Donington Park, England (released on DVD)

 

Jack Bruce and the Cuicoland Express with Vernon Reid, Alfredo Triff, Bernie Worrell, Milton Cardona, Richie Flores, Robbie Ameen, El Negro Horacio Hernandez, Andy Gonzalez

 

July 14/01 'North Sea Jazz Festival' The Hague, Holland (Radio broadcast)

 

Jack Bruce and the Cuicoland Express with Vernon Reid, Bernie Worrell, Richie Flores, Robbie Ameen, El Negro Horacio Hernandez

             

Sep. 30/01 'Cambridge Corn Exchange' Cambridge, England  

Oct.  1/01 'Shepherds Bush Empire' London, England

Oct.  2/01 'Pavilion Theatre' Bournemouth, England (cancelled)

Oct.  3/01 'Royal Centre' Nottingham, England

Oct.  4/01 'Royal Opera House' Newcastle, England

Oct.  6/01 'The Old Fruitmarket' Glasgow, Scotland  

Oct.  7/01 'Bridgewater Hall' Manchester, England

Oct.  9/01 'Schlachthof' Bremen, Germany (Radio broadcast)

Oct. 10/01 'Fabrik' Hamburg, Germany

Oct. 11/01 'Arnager Bio' Copenhagen, Denmark

Oct. 13/01 'Bruckenforum' Bonn, Germany

Oct. 14/01 'Kulturfabrik' Roth, Germany

Oct. 15/01 'Bataclan' Paris, France (cancelled)

Oct. 16/01 'Frankfurter Hof' Mainz, Germany

Oct. 18/01 'Alcatraz' Milan, Italy

Oct. 19/01 'Konzert Fabrik Z7' Pratteln, Switzerland

Oct. 20/01 'Melkweg' Amsterdam, Holland

Oct. 21/01 'Hof Ter Lo' Antwerp, Belgium

 

Jack Bruce and the Cuicoland Express with Vernon Reid, Bernie Worrell, Richie Flores, Robbie Ameen, El Negro Horacio Hernandez

 

Oct. 26/01 'Later With Jools Holland' BBC2 TV London, England (TV broadcast)

 

Jack Bruce and the Cuicoland Express with Vernon Reid, Bernie Worrell, Richie Flores, Robbie Ameen, El Negro Horacio Hernandez

 

Dec. 12/01 'B.B. King’s' New York, New York

Dec. 14/01 'Park West' Chicago, Illinois

Dec. 16/01 'Galaxy Theatre' Santa Ana, California

Dec. 17/01 'House of Blues' Los Angeles, California

 

Jack Bruce and the Cuicoland Express with Vernon Reid, Bernie Worrell, Richie Flores, Robbie Ameen, El Negro Horacio Hernandez

 

Apr.  4/02 'Blue Note' Fukuoka, Japan

Apr.  5/02 'Blue Note' Fukuoka, Japan

Apr.  6/02 'Blue Note' Fukuoka, Japan

Apr.  8/02 'Blue Note' Osaka, Japan

Apr.  9/02 'Blue Note' Osaka, Japan

Apr. 10/02 'Blue Note' Osaka, Japan

June 14/02 'B.B. King’s' New York, New York (cancelled)      

June 15/02 'B.B. King’s' New York, New York (cancelled)

 

A Walk Down Abbey Road - A Tribute To The Beatles with Jack Bruce, Todd Rundgren, Alan Parsons, Mark Farner, Christopher Cross, Godfrey Townsend, Steve Murphy, John Beck

 

June 15/02 'Maui Arts & Cultural Center Amphitheatre' Maui, Hawaii

June 16/02 'Neil Blaisdell Center Arena' Honolulu, Hawaii

June 24/02 'Humphrey’s Concerts By The Bay' San Diego, California

June 26/02 'Radisson Hotel' Sacramento, California

June 27/02 'Mountain Winery' Saratoga, California

June 28/02 'Chronicle Pavilion' Concord, California            

June 29/02 'Greek Theatre' Los Angeles, California

June 30/02 'Celebrity Theatre' Phoenix, Arizona

July  3/02 'Summerfest'/'Briggs & Stratton Stage' Milwaukee, Wisconsin

July  6/02 'Taste of Chicago'/'Petrillo Music Shell'/'Grant Park' Chicago, Illinois

July 10/02 'DTE Energy Music Theatre' Clarkston, Michigan

July 12/02 'Columbus Zoo & Aquarium Amphitheatre' Columbus, Ohio

July 14/02 'Memorial Auditorium' Burlington, Iowa

July 16/02 'Massey Hall' Toronto, Ontario, Canada

July 18/02 'Seaside Music Festival' Brooklyn, New York

July 19/02 'Mohegan Sun Casino' Uncasville, Connecticut

July 21/02 'Cape Cod Melody Tent' Hyannis, Massachusetts

July 23/02 'Hampton Beach Casino' Hampton Beach, New Hampshire

July 24/02 'Keswick Theatre' Glenside, Pennsylvania

July 25/02 'Westbury Music Fair' Westbury, New York

July 26/02 'AC Hilton'/'Grand Theatre' Atlantic City, New Jersey

July 27/02 'Wolf Trap Filene Center' Vienna, Virginia

July 28/02 'AC Hilton'/'Grand Theatre' Atlantic City, New Jersey

 

Jack Bruce and the Cuicoland Express with Vernon Reid, Bernie Worrell, Richie Flores, Robbie Ameen, El Negro Horacio Hernandez

 

Aug. 24/02 'Canterbury Fayre 2002' Mount Ephraim Gardens, Hernhill, Faversham,

            near Canterbury, Kent, England (released on DVD)

Aug. 30/02 'Parkplatz des Hotels Elephant'/'Kunstfest' Weimar, Germany

 

Leslie Mandoki with guests Jack Bruce, Ian Anderson, Steve Lukather, Bobby Kimball

 

Sep. 21/02 'Urania Theatre' Budapest, Hungary

 

Jack Bruce, Bernie Worrell, Godfrey Townsend, Steve Murphy

 

Oct. 18/02 'B.B. King’s' New York, New York

 

Jack Bruce and the Cuicoland Express with Bernie Worrell, Godfrey Townsend, Richie Flores, Robbie Ameen, El Negro Horacio Hernandez

 

Oct. 19/02 'B.B. King’s' New York, New York

 

Legends of Rock with Jack Bruce, Clive Bunker, Uli Jon Roth, Glenn Hughes, Frank Marino

 

Nov. 13/02 'Arts Centre' Aberystwyth, Wales

Nov. 14/02 'Wulfrun Hall' Wolverhamton, England

Nov. 15/02 'St. Georges Hall' Bradford, England

Nov. 17/02 'Shepherds Bush Empire' London, England

Nov. 18/02 'Apollo' Manchester, England

Nov. 19/02 'Guildhall' Portsmouth, England

Nov. 20/02 'Cliffs Pavilion' Southend, England

Nov. 21/02 'Victoria Hall' Stoke-on-Trent, England

Nov. 22/02 'City Hall' Newcastle, England

Nov. 23/02 'Usher Hall' Edinburgh, Scotland

Nov. 24/02 'Royal Concert Hall' Nottingham, England

Nov. 25/02 'Corn Exchange' Cambridge, England

Nov. 26/02 'St. Davids Hall' Cardiff, Wales

 

Berlin Ritz with guests Jack Bruce, Corin Bruce

 

Aug. 22/04 'Pasta In The Park' Castle Park, Colchester, Essex, England

 

Cream 'reunion' shows

 

May   2/05 'Royal Albert Hall' London, England

May   3/05 'Royal Albert Hall' London, England

May   5/05 'Royal Albert Hall' London, England

May   6/05 'Royal Albert Hall' London, England

           (parts of these shows were released on CD and DVD)  

 

A Story Ended - A Tribute To Dick Heckstall-Smith with Jack Bruce, Gary Moore, Gary Husband, Colosseum (all line-ups), Pete Brown, Mick Taylor and others

 

June  6/05 'Astoria' London, England

 

Cream 'reunion' shows

           
Oct. 24/05 'Madison Square Garden' New York, New York

Oct. 25/05 'Madison Square Garden' New York, New York

Oct. 26/05 'Madison Square Garden' New York, New York

 

More Jack Than Blues with the Hessischer Rundfunk Big Band, conducted by Jörg Achim Keller

 

Oct. 26/06 'Deutsches Jazzfestival Frankfurt' Frankfurt, Germany (Radio broadcast)

 

Jack Bruce Zone with Clem Clempson, Gary Husband, Ronnie Leahy and Natascha Eleonore

 

May  17/07 'Royal Scottish Academy Of Music And Drama' Glasgow, Scotland

 

Motown Night with Madeline Bell, Kiki Dee, Hamish Stuart, Jeff Scott Soto, Patti Russo. Special guests Jack Bruce and his daughter Natascha Eleonore

 

Dec.  7/07 'Bisley Pavillion' Surrey, England

 

Jeff Healy: A Celebration with Jack Bruce, Ian Gillan, David Wilcox, Colin James and others

 

May   3/08 'The Sound Academy' Toronto, Ontario, Canada (CBC Radio broadcast)

 

Hippiefest 2008 with Jack Bruce, Eric Burdon and the Animals, Flo and Eddie, Janis Ian, Jonathan Edwards, Badfinger featuring Joey Molland, Melanie, Terry Sylvester

 

July 11/08 'The Dodge Theater' Phoenix, Arizona

July 12/08 'Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery' Seattle, Washington

July 13/08 'The Mountain Winery' Saratoga, California

July 16/08 'The Greek Theater' Los Angeles, California

July 17/08 'Humphrey’s By The Bay' San Diego, California

July 18/08 'Humphrey’s By The Bay' San Diego, California

July 19/08 'The Fantasy Springs Casino' Palm Springs, California

July 20/08 'Nokia Live' Grand Prairie, Texas

July 22/08 'Fiddler’s Green' Denver, Colorado

July 25/08 'Molson Amphitheatre' Toronto, Ontario, Canada

July 26/08 'Fraze Pavilion' Kettering, Ohio

July 29/08 'Mann Music Center' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

July 30/08 'Wolftrap' Vienna, Virginia

July 31/08 'North Fork Theater' Westbury, New York

Aug.  1/08 'The Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion' Gilford, New Hampshire

Aug.  2/08 'DTE Energy Music Theater' Detroit, Michigan

Aug.  3/08 'Bethel Woods' Bethel, New York

Aug.  5/08 'Bergen Performance Arts Center' Englewood, New Jersey

Aug.  8/08 'Chastain Park Amphitheatre' Atlanta, Georgia

Aug.  9/08 'Ruth Eckerd Hall' Clearwater, Florida

Aug. 10/08 'Pompano Beach Amphitheatre' Pompano Beach, Florida 

 

Rock and Roll Benefit with Jack Bruce and the John Entwistle Band

 

Sep. 20/08 'Koka Booth Amphitheatre' Raleigh, North Carolina

 

Jack Bruce and the BBC Big Band, conducted by Jörg Achim Keller

 

Nov. 14/08 'Town Hall' Birmingham, England (Radio broadcast – released on CD)

 

Zildjian's Drummers Achievement Awards with Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce and Tony Allen

 

Dec.  7/08 'Shepherds Bush Empire' London, England     

  

Tribute To Tony Williams with Jack Bruce, Vernon Reid, John Medeski, Cindy Blackman

 

Dec. 14/08 'Motion Blue' Yokohama, Japan (2 shows)

Dec. 15/08 'Blue Note Tokyo' Tokyo, Japan (2 shows)

Dec. 16/08 'Blue Note Tokyo' Tokyo, Japan (2 shows)

Dec. 17/08 'Blue Note Tokyo' Tokyo, Japan (2 shows)

Dec. 18/08 'Blue Note Tokyo' Tokyo, Japan (2 shows)

Dec. 19/08 'Blue Note Tokyo' Tokyo, Japan (2 shows)

           (parts of the shows from Tokyo were broadcast on Japanese TV)

 

Jack Bruce, Robin Trower, Gary Husband

 

Feb. 25/09 'Tollhaus' Karlsruhe, Germany

Feb. 26/09 'Kantine' Cologne, Germany

Feb. 28/09 'Concertgebouw De Vereeniging' Nijmegen, Holland (released on CD and DVD)

Mar.  1/09 'Music Hall' Worpswede, Germany

July 23/09 'Savona Summer Festival' Savona, Italy

July 24/09 'Trasimeno Blues Festival' Perugia, Italy

July 25/09 'Villa Ada: Roma Incontra il Mondo' Rome, Italy

July 26/09 'Live Summer Festival' Padova, Italy (cancelled)

July 30/09 'Notodden Blues Festival' Notodden, Norway

Aug.  1/09 'Notodden Blues Festival' Notodden, Norway

Aug.  5/09 'Shepherds Bush Empire' London, England

Aug.  6/09 'Glasgow Academy' Glasgow, Scotland

Aug.  7/09 'Queen’s Hall'/'Rock and Blues Festival' Edinburgh, Scotland
Aug.  8/09 'Westmid Showground : Memories of Woodstock' Shrewsbury, England (cancelled)

 

Jack Bruce, Clem Clempson, Gary Husband

 

Sep. 11/09 'Burgkultur' St. Veit, Austria

 

Ronnie Scott’s Blues Experience with special guest Jack Bruce

 

Oct. 25/09 'Ronnie Scott’s' London, England

 

Ronnie Scott’s Blues Experience with special guest Jack Bruce

 

Feb. 28/10 'Ronnie Scott’s' London, England

Mar.  1/10 'Ronnie Scott’s' London, England

Mar.  2/10 'Ronnie Scott’s' London, England

 

Hippiefest 2010 with Jack Bruce, Mitch Ryder, Badfinger, Rare Earth, and War

 

Aug.  4/10 'DTE Energy Music Theatre' Detroit, Michigan

Aug.  6/10 'Fraze Pavillion' Kettering, Ohio

Aug.  7/10 'Resorts Atlantic City' Atlantic City, New Jersey

Aug.  8/10 'Wolf Trap' Vienna, Virginia

Aug. 10/10 'B.B. King’s' New York, New York (with Badfinger and the Funky Knights)

Aug. 14/10 'M Resort & Spa' Henderson Las Vegas, Nevada

Aug. 20/10 'The Mountain Winery' Saratoga, California

Aug. 21/10 'The Backyard' Austin, Texas

Aug. 25/10 'Theatre at Westbury' Westbury, New York  

Aug. 26/10 'Mable House Barnes Amphitheater' Mableton, Georgia

Aug. 27/10 'Paragon Casino & Resort' Marksville, Louisiana

Aug. 28/10 'Ruth Eckerd Hall' Clearwater, Florida

Aug. 29/10 'Broward County PAC' Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

 

Jack Bruce & The Ronnie Scott's Blues Experience

 

Mar.  5/11 'The Arches' Glasgow, Scotland

Mar.  7/11 'Ronnie Scott’s' London, England

Mar.  8/11 'Ronnie Scott’s' London, England

Mar.  9/11 'Ronnie Scott’s' London, England

Mar. 10/11 'Ronnie Scott’s' London, England

Mar. 15/11 'The Stables' Milton Keynes, England

Mar. 16/11 'The Stables' Milton Keynes, England

Mar. 17/11 'The Picturedrome' Holmfirth, England

Mar. 18/11 'Colston Halls' Bristol, England

Mar. 19/11 'The Princess Pavilion' Falmouth, England

Mar. 22/11 'The Robin' Wolverhampton, England

Mar. 23/11 'Venue Cymru' Llandudno, Wales

Mar. 24/11 'Band On The Wall' Manchester, England

Mar. 25/11 'The Brewery' Kendal, England

Mar. 26/11 'The Corn Exchange' Kings Lynn, England

 

Jack Bruce & his Big Blues Band

 

Jun.  4/11 'Royal Festival Hall' London, England (with Joe Bonamassa)

Jun. 29/11 'Kaufleuten' Zurich, Switzerland

Jun. 30/11 'Estival Jazz' Lugano, Switzerland

 

Jack Bruce - Special Guest with "THE STAXS"


Jul.  3/11 'Cornbury Festival' Great Tew, England 

 

Jack Bruce & his Big Blues Band

 

Jul. 23/11 'Winterbach Zelt Spektakel' Winterbach, Germany

Jul. 29/11 'Queens Hall' Edinburgh, Sctoland

Aug. 14/11 'Festiwal Legend Rocka', Slupsk, Poland

 

Jack Bruce - Special Guest with the Norman Beaker Band


Aug. 26/11 'The Great British Rhythm & Blues Festival' Colne, England
Aug. 27/11 'The Rhythm Festival' Biggleswade, England

 

Jack Bruce & his Big Blues Band

 

Oct. 12/11 'Sala BBK' Bilbao, Spain

Oct. 14/11 'Byscenen' Trondheim, Norway

Oct. 15/11 'Congress Hall Aldis' Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic

 

Jack Bruce at Celtic Connections 2012

 

Jan. 22/12 'Concert Hall' Glasgow, Scotland (Gerry Rafferty Tribute Concerts)

Jan. 23/12 'Concert Hall' Glasgow, Scotland (Gerry Rafferty Tribute Concerts)

Jan. 25/12 'Old Fruit Market' Glasgow, Scotland (with Lau & friends and Domini Magic)

 

The Tony Williams Lifetime Tribute Bd (Jack Bruce, Vernon Reid, John Medeski, Cindy Blackman-Santana)

 

Jan. 27/12 'Blue Note Jazz Club' New York, New York

Jan. 28/12 'Blue Note Jazz Club' New York, New York

Jan. 29/12 'Blue Note Jazz Club' New York, New York

Jan. 30/12 'Blue Note Jazz Club' New York, New York

Feb.  2/12 'Yoshi’s Oakland' Oakland, California

Feb.  3/12 'Yoshi’s Oakland' Oakland, California

Feb.  4/12 'Yoshi’s Oakland' Oakland, California

Feb.  5/12 'Yoshi’s Oakland' Oakland, California

Feb.  7/12 'Jazz Alley' Seattle, Washington

Feb.  8/12 'Jazz Alley' Seattle, Washington

 

Jack Bruce and Phil Manzanera

 

Feb. 27/12 'Karl Marx Theatre' Havana, Cuba (with Augusto Enriquez)

 

Jack Bruce & his Big Blues Band

 

Mar.  6/12 'Ronnie Scott’s' London, England

Mar.  7/12 'Ronnie Scott’s' London, England

Mar.  8/12 'Ronnie Scott’s' London, England

Mar. 18/12 'The Stables' Milton Keynes, England

Mar. 19/12 'The Stables' Milton Keynes, England

Mar. 20/12 'Cambridge Corn Exchange' Cambridge, England

Mar. 22/12 'Bath Komedia' Bath, England

Mar. 23/12 'St David’s Hall' Cardiff, Wales

Mar. 24/12 'Parr Hall' Warrington, England

Mar. 25/12 'Buxton Opera House' Buxton, England

Mar. 26/12 'Grand Opera House' York, England

Mar. 28/12 'City Hall' Salisbury, England

Mar. 29/12 'Birmingham Town Hall' Birmingham, England

Mar. 30/12 'The Picturedrome' Holmfirth, England

Mar. 31/12 'Tyne Theatre' Newcastle, England

May  26/12 'Perth Concert Hall' Perth, Scotland

 

Spectrum Road (Jack Bruce, Vernon Reid, John Medeski, Cindy Blackman-Santana)

 

Jun.  9/12 'Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival' Manchester, Tennessee

Jun. 16/12 'Herbst Theatre' San Francisco, California

Jun. 17/12 'Hollywood Bowl' Los Angeles, California

Jun. 19/12 'Aladdin Theater' Portland, Oregon

Jun. 21/12 'Jazz Alley' Seattle, Washington

Jun. 22/12 'Jazz Alley' Seattle, Washington

Jun. 23/12 'Jazz Alley' Seattle, Washington

Jun. 24/12 'Jazz Alley' Seattle, Washington

Jun. 25/12 'Vancouver Jazz Festival' Vancouver, Canada

Jun. 27/12 'Toronto Jazz Festival' Toronto, Canada

Jun. 28/12 'Montreal Jazz Festival' Montreal, Canada

Jun. 29/12 'B.B. King Blues Club' New York, New York

Jun. 30/12 'Howard Theater' Washington, D.C.

Jul.  6/12 'North Sea Jazz Festival' Rotterdam, Netherlands

Jul.  7/12 'Montreaux Jazz Festival' Montreaux, Switzerland

Jul.  8/12 'Umbria Jazz Festival' Perugia, Italy

Jul. 10/12 'Porgy & Bess' Vienna, Austria

Jul. 11/12 'Porgy & Bess' Vienna, Austria

 

Jack Bruce & his Big Blues Band

 

Jul. 22/12 'Abbey Gardens' Bury St. Edmunds, England

 

Jack Bruce, Char & Gota "Live in Japan"

 

Aug.  1/12 'Billboard Live' Osaka, Japan

Aug.  2/12 'Billboard Live' Tokyo, Japan

Aug.  3/12 'Billboard Live' Tokyo, Japan

 

Jack Bruce with Eberhard Schoener

 

Sep.  1/12 'Tegernseer-Sommerfestspiele' Munich, Germany

 

Jack Bruce & his Big Blues Band

 

Sep. 17/12 'Dracula Bass Festival' Bucharest, Romania

 

Jack Bruce in Aid of the J's Hospice

 

Sep. 30/12 'Evoke' Chelmsford, England

 

Jack Bruce & his Big Blues Band

 

Oct. 24/12 'Teatro Bradesco' Sao Paulo, Brazil

Oct. 25/12 'Teatro Gran Rex' Buenos Aires, Argentina

Oct. 26/12 'Teatro Bourbon Country' Porto Alegre, Brazil

 

Jack Bruce at the Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp


Nov.  7/12 'MGM Grand Hotel' Las Vegas, Nevada
Nov.  8/12 'MGM Grand Hotel' Las Vegas, Nevada
Nov.  9/12 'MGM Grand Hotel' Las Vegas, Nevada
Nov. 10/12 'MGM Grand Hotel' Las Vegas, Nevada
Nov. 11/12 'MGM Grand Hotel' Las Vegas, Nevada
 

 

Jack Bruce & his Big Blues Band

 

Nov. 22/12 'International Guitar Festival of Great Britain' Wirral, England

 

Jack Bruce & his Big Blues Band

 

Nov. 22/12 'International Guitar Festival of Great Britain' Wirral, England

 

Jack Bruce with Spike's All Star Band

 

Dec.  1/12 'G Live Theatre' Guildford, England

 

Jack Bruce & his Big Blues Band

 

Apr.  5/13 'Corn Exchange' Ipswich, England

Apr.  6/13 'The Alban Arena' St. Albans, England

Apr. 12/13 'The Anvil' Basingstoke, England

 

Jack Bruce guesting with the Norman Beaker Band

 

May  17/13 'Silja Rock' Stockholm, Sweden

 

Jack Bruce & his Big Blues Band

 

Jul. 13/13 'Suwalki Blues Festival' Suwalki, Poland

Sep.  8/13 'Parco Delle Biodiverita Mediterranee' Catanzaro, Italy

 

Jack Bruce guesting wih STAXS

 

Sep. 13/13 'Telegraph House' West Sussex, England

 

Jack Bruce on 'Purple Haze'

 

Jul.  2/14 'Southern FM Radio' Australia (radio interview)