Monday, 13 December 2010

SAVOY BROWN FAMILY TREE - SHOWS LIST

This story is the work of Bruno Ceriotti. Help in putting this together has been provided by Bob Hall, John O'Leary, Greg Vick, John H Warburg, Jerry Fuentes, Logan Janzen, Don Adler, Tom, Susie, Cyclemike, Alessandro Borri, Robert Enlow, Laurie McVickar Griesemer, Lance A. Michel, Nick Warburton, Pete Watt, Keith & Juliet Atkinson, Tony James, Kevin Patrick, Ray Moody, Rob Branigin, Jacki Desnoyers, Doc, Trefor Jones, Serge Bellerose, Tim, The Concert Database, and Rock Tour Databse, to whom I'm most grateful. 


SAVOY BROWN'S BLUES BAND #1 (ca. OCT 1965 - ca. DEC 1965)
1) Kim Maiden Simmonds vocals, lead guitar
2) John O'Leary harp
3) Brice Portius vocals
4) Ray Chappell bass
5) Leo Mannings drums
6) Trevor Jeavons piano


SAVOY BROWN'S BLUES BAND #2 (ca. DEC 1965 - ca. SEPT 1966) / SAVOY BROWN BLUES BAND #1 (ca. SEPT 1966 - 1967)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) John O'Leary
3) Brice Portius
4) Ray Chappell
5) Leo Mannings
6) Bob Hall piano


May 1966 - 1967: Kilroy's, Nag's Head Tavern, York Road, Battersea, south-west London, UK
The band played in their own blues club as house band every week on Wednesdays for months.

August 2, 1966: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK with Cream

September 20, 1966: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers  

October 16, 1966: Eel Pie Island Hotel, Twickenham, West London, UK with The Artwoods

The band was paid 10 pounds for this gig. 

November 11, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers (with special guest Paul Butterfield)


November 12, 1966: Flamingo Club, London, UK

November 27, 1966: Eel Pie Island Hotel, Twickenham, West London, UK with John Mayall's Blues Breakers

The band was still billed with his old name of 'Savoy Brown's Blues Band'. They were paid 10 pounds for this gig. 

December 14, 1966: Eel Pie Island Hotel, Twickenham, West London, UK with John Mayall's Blues Breakers

The band was paid 10 pounds for this gig. 

January 1, 1967: Eel Pie Island Hotel, Twickenham, West London, UK with Mike Stuart Span

The band was paid 10 pounds for this gig. 

January 8, 1967: Witches Cauldron Coffee Bar, Belsize Lane, Belsize Park, Hampstead, North West London, UK


January 13, 1967: Blaises Club, Kensington, London, UK


January 14, 1967: Bluesville R&B Club, Manor House, Finsbury Park, north London, UK


January 15, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Champion Jack Duprèe


January 17, 1967: Flamingo Club, London, UK


January 20, 1967: unknown venue, London, UK


January 21, 1967: unknown venue, Brighton, UK


January 22, 1967: Eel Pie Island Hotel, Twickenham, West London, UK with The Stalkers

The band was paid 25 pounds for this gig. 

January 24, 1967: Flamingo Club London, UK with Blues City Shakedown


January 26, 1967: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


January 27, 1967: Ealing Technical College & School of Art, St Mary's Road, Ealing, London, UK


January 28, 1967: Saint Gabriel's College, Langton Road - Brooke Site, Lambeth, London, UK


January 29, 1967: unknown venue, Guildford, UK


January 30, 1967: Flamingo Club, London, UK


January 31, 1967: unknown venue, Gravesend, Kent, UK


February 18, 1967: The Gaiety Ballroom, High Street, Ramsey, Cambridgeshire, UK with Eyes Of Blue The band was advertised as 'Savoy Browns & His Blues Band'. 


March 8, 1967: Eel Pie Island Hotel, Twickenham, West London, UK with The Tribe

The band was paid £30 for this gig. 

March 10, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Chicago Line "evening show"


March 10, 1967: London School of Economics, central London, UK with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Champion Jack Duprèe, Monty Sunshine, John Bryan Fraternity, Five Proud Walkers "All Nighter" 

March 20, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Cock-A-Hoop

April 6, 1967: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


April 20, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Cock-A-Hoop


April 23, 1967: Eel Pie Island Hotel, Twickenham, West London, UK with The Battery

The band was paid £30 for this gig. 

May 14, 1967: Witches Cauldron Coffee Bar, Belsize Lane, Belsize Park, Hampstead, North West London, UK


May 19, 1967: Bluesville R&B Club, Manor House, Finsbury Park, north London, UK


May 23, 1967: Guitar Club, East Ham Central Hall, East Ham, East London, UK


May 28, 1967: Eel Pie Island Hotel, Twickenham, West London, UK with The Stalkers

The band was paid £30 for this gig. 

May 29, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Cock-A-Hoop


SAVOY BROWN BLUES BAND #2 (1967)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Brice Portius
3) Ray Chappell
4) Leo Mannings
5) John O'Leary
6) Martin Stone rhythm guitar and occasionally lead guitar
+
7) Bob Hall (from now on only as "part-time" member, working with the band almost only in studio sessions and in some but not all of the live dates, and did not appeared on band's photoshoot because he had a day job and his employer (a quasi-government department) did not permit him to have any other form of employment so he had to keep his musical activities secret!!)


SAVOY BROWN BLUES BAND #3 (1967 - SEPT ?, 1967)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Brice Portius
3) Ray Chappell
4) Leo Mannings
5) Martin Stone
+
6) Bob Hall


June 10, 1967: Ram Jam Club, Brixton, south London, UK with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers "All Nighter"
The band backed up John Lee Hooker tonight.

June 20, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with John Lee Hooker, Cock-A-Hoop
The band also backed up John Lee Hooker tonight.

June 21, 1967: Upper Cut club, Forest Gate, north-east London, UK with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, John Lee Hooker, Zoot Money's Big Roll Band
The band also backed up John Lee Hooker tonight.

June 24, 1967: The Gaiety Ballroom, High Street, Ramsey, Cambridgeshire, UK with The SoulmatesThe band also backed up John Lee Hooker. 


June 27, 1967: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK
The band also backed up John Lee Hooker tonight.

June 29, 1967: Disco Blue, Commodore Cinema, Ryde, Isle Of Wight, UK with John Lee Hooker
The band also backed up John Lee Hooker tonight.

July 1, 1967: The Ram Jam Club, Brixton, London, UK with John Lee Hooker, The All Night Workers, Duke Lee Sound

The band also backed up John Lee Hooker tonight. 

July 4, 1967: Royalty Ballroom, Southgate, UK


July 19, 1967: Eel Pie Island Hotel, Twickenham, West London, UK with Ruby Jaines

The band was paid £35 for this gig. 

July 2? - September ?, 1967: unknown venue, Charlottenlund, north Copenhagen, Denmark


September 3, 1967: Eel Pie Island Hotel, Twickenham, West London, UK
The band was paid £35 for this gig. 


SAVOY BROWN BLUES BAND #4 (SEPT ?, 1967 - SEPT 1?, 1967)
1) Brice Portius
2) Ray Chappell
3) Leo Mannings
4) Martin Stone
5) Henry 'Harry' Simmonds lead guitar
+
6) Bob Hall 



September 10, 1967: Boat Club, Nottingham, Notinghamshire, UK


SAVOY BROWN BLUES BAND #5 (aka #3) (SEPT 1?, 1967 - SEPT 2?, 1967 or OCT ?, 1967)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Brice Portius
3) Ray Chappell
4) Leo Mannings
5) Martin Stone
+
6) Bob Hall


September ??, 1967: unknown venue, Devon, Devonshire, UK
After the show they are arrested for drug possession.

September 25, 1967: Wall City Jazz Club, Quaintways, Northgate Street, Chester, Cheshire, UK with The Family, The Munchkins, The Wall City Jazzmen

The band was wrongly advertised as 'Savoy Blues Band'. 


SAVOY BROWN BLUES BAND #6 (SEPT 2?, 1967 or OCT ?, 1967 - OCT 1?, 1967)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Leo Mannings
3) Martin Stone
4) Robert 'Bob' Brunning bass
5) Christopher 'Chris' Youlden vocals
+
6) Bob Hall


October 4, 1967: unknown venue, London, UK

October 7, 1967: Sheffield University, Sheffield, Uk

October 13, 1967: Bradford College, Bradford, UK

October 14, 1967: Chelsea College, Chelsea, London, UK

October 15, 1967: The Tofts, 35-39 Grace Hill, Folkestone, Kent, UK


October 16, 1967: Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, north London, UK


SAVOY BROWN BLUES BAND #7 (OCT 1?, 1967 - OCT 2?, 1967)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Martin Stone
3) Bob Brunning
4) Chris Youlden
5) Hugh 'Hughie' Flint drums
+
6) Bob Hall


October 19, 1967: Southampton University, Southampton, UK

October 23, 1967: 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK


SAVOY BROWN BLUES BAND #8 (OCT 2?, 1967 - DEC ??, 1967)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Bob Brunning
3) Chris Youlden
4) Hughie Flint
5) David Jack Peverett (aka 'Lonesome Dave' Peverett) rhythm guitar
+
6) Bob Hall 


October 27, 1967: White Hart, Acton, London, UK

October 28, 1967: unknown venue, Wolverton, UK

October 29, 1967: unknown venue, Manchester, UK 

November 2, 1967: unknown venue, unknown city, North Wales

November 3, 1967: unknown venue, Leicester, Leicestershire, UK

November 4, 1967: unknown venue, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK

November 10, 1967: unknown vene, Rugby, UK

November 11, 1967: Enfield Technical College, Enfield, UK

November 12, 1967: unknown venue, Guildford, UK

November 18, 1967: Club A' Gogo, Percy Street, Haymarket, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, UK with John Lewis Band 


November 19, 1967: unknown venue, Grimsby, UK

November 25, 1967: unknown venue, Brighton, UK

November 28, 1967: The Place, Hanley, UK with BB Seeshow

December 1, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Shakey Vic's Big City Blues Band

December 8, 1967: unknown venue, Basildon, UK

December 10, 1967: unknown venue, Turnstall, UK

December 14, 1967: The Sherwood Rooms, Sherwood, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, UK with The Troggs, Wynder K. Frog, Phil Boyd's Jazzmen With Di Seagrave, John Ellis "Adam + Evil Artsball" 


SAVOY BROWN BLUES BAND #9 (DEC ??, 1967 - JAN 11, 1968)
1) Kim Simmons
2) Chris Youlden
3) 'Lonesome Dave' Peverett
4) ? bass (the band auditioned various musicians)
5) ? drums (the band auditioned various musicians (maybe Dave Bidwell?))
+
6) Bob Hall



January 9, 1968: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK

January 10, 1968: Thames Hotel, Windsor, UK


SAVOY BROWN BLUES BAND #10 (JAN 12, 1968 - JAN 15, 1968) 
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Chris Youlden
3) 'Lonesome Dave' Peverett
4) Bill Bruford drums
5) ? bass (the band auditioned various musicians)
+
6) Bob Hall



January 12, 1968 (approximate date): unknown venue, Leicester, Leicestershire, UK

January 13, 1968 (approximate date); unknown venue, London, UK

January 14, 1968 (approximate date): unknown venue, London, UK

January 15, 1968 (approximate date): unknown venue, London, UK


SAVOY BROWN BLUES BAND #11 (JAN 16, 1968 - NOV 1968) / SAVOY BROWN #1 (MAR or APR 1968 - NOV 1968)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Chris Youlden
3) 'Lonesome Dave' Peverett
4) Roger Earl drums
5) Rivers Jobe bass
+
6) Bob Hall


January 22, 1968: Koubs Club, Redhill, Surrey, UK

January 29, 1968: Star Hotel, Croydon, UK

Febuary 2, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Jethro Tull

February ?, 1968: Corn Exchange, Chelmsford, UK

February 12, 1968: 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

February 13, 1968: Fishmonger's Arms, Wood Green, London, UK

February 16, 1968: Carlton Ballroom, Erdington, West Midlands, UK


February 25, 1968: Boat Cub, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, UK 


February 26, 1968: Wall City Jazz Club, Quaintways, Northgate Street, Chester, Cheshire, UK with Rainy Day Women, Technicolour Dream, Wall City Jazzmen with Pat Fields


March 1, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Chicken Shack


March 4, 1968: Star Hotel, Croydon, UK


March 12, 1968: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


April 12, 1968: The Blues Loft, High Wycombe, UK

The band was still advertised as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band'. 

April 15, 1968: Star Hotel, Croydon, UK

April 19, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The New Nadir
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the club programme.

April 20, 1968: Alex Disco, Salisbury, UK with DJ Mr. Kazoon 

April 26, 1968: Middle Earth, 43 King Street, Covent Garden, London, UK with King Ida's Watch Chain
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the club ad.

May 12, 1968: Boat Cub, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, UK 

The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the club ad. 

May 20, 1968: 'Top Gear', BBC Radio Show, BBC Studio 1, 201 Piccadilly, London, UK
The band perfom: 'Louisiana Blues’, ‘Walkin’ By Myself’, ‘Gnome Sweet Gnome’ and ‘Mr. Down Child’. The show was broadcasted on June 30.

June 5, 1968: Toby Jug Blues Club, Tolworth, Surrey, UK
The band was billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the club flyer.

June 7, 1968: Whitcombe Club, Cheltenham, UK with Manfred Mann, Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera

June 21, 1968: Burton Constable Hall, Skirlaugh, East Yorkshire, UK with Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band, The Move, Marmalade, Family, The Angel Pavement, Fairport Convention, Spooky Tooth, Tramline, Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera, Baron Richtofen's Rock 'N' Circus, The Mandrakes "Midsummer Nights Dream" 

The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band'. 

June 25, 1968: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK

June 30, 1968: Boat Cub, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, UK 
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the club ad. 

July 12, 1968: The Blues Loft, High Wycome, UK with Wild Angels

The band was still advertised as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band'. 

July 26, 1968: Dorking Halls, Dorking, Surrey, UK with Katch 22

The band was still advertised as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band'. 

August 2, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Goron Smith
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the club programme.

August 23, 1968: 'WS R&B', BBC Radio Show, Aoelian Hall, London, UK
The band perform: 'Lousiana Blues', 'Worried Mind', 'I'll Gamble With My Woman' and 'Buchanan's Blues'. The show was broadcasted on October 20.

August 28, 1968: Toby Jug Blues Club, Tolworth, Surrey, UK


August 30, 1968: California Ballroom, Dnstable Downs, Dunstable, Bedfordshire, UK


September 6, 1968: The Blues Loft, High Wycombe, UK 


September 10, 1968: Klooks Kleek Club, West Hampstead, North London, UK with Terry Reid

September 20, 1968: Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden with The Doors, Terry Reid, International Harvesters (filling in for Jefferson Airplane)

September 29, 1968: Peterlee Jazz and Folk Club, Argus Butterfly Pub, York Road, Peterlee, UK with Toycupboard


October 1, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Love Sculpture 
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the club programme.

October 4, 1968: Wood Tavern, Hornsey, north London, UK

October 13, 1968: Boat Cub, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, UK 
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the club ad. 

October 18, 1968: Lanchester College of Technology, Coventry, Warwickshire, UK with Alexis Korner, Pete Brown's Battered Ornaments, Jo-Ann Kelly


October 22, 1968: Lanchester College of Technology, Coventry, Warwickshire, UK with Alexis Korner, Pete Brown's Battered Ornaments, Jo-Ann Kelly


October 28, 1968: Bath Pavilion, Bath, UK with Duster Bennett

The band was still billed as 'The Savoy Brown Blues Band'. 


SAVOY BROWN BLUES BAND #11 (NOV 1968) / SAVOY BROWN #2 (NOV 1968)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Chris Youlden
3) 'Lonesome Dave' Peverett
4) Roger Earl
5) Bob Brunning
+
6) Bob Hall


November 16, 1968: Marine Pavilion, Folkestone, Kent, UK with Puff Wheat Orange
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band'.


SAVOY BROWN BLUES BAND #12 (NOV 1968 - NOV 1969) / SAVOY BROWN #3 (NOV 1968 - NOV 1969)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Chris Youlden
3) 'Lonesome Dave' Peverett
4) Roger Earl
5) Tone Stevens bass
+
6) Bob Hall


November 26, 1968: Top Rank Ballroom, Southampton, UK with The Who, Freddie Mack Show, Chris Shakespeare and The Globe "Southampton University All-Night Carnival Rave"
The band was billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the poster.

December 3, 1968: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK with Bobby Parker


December 6, 1968: City Of Leicester College Of Education, Leicester, Leicestershire, UK
The show was recorded and three songs: 'Maybe Wrong', 'It Hurts Me Too' and 'Louisiana Blues', were later released on their third album: 'Blue Matter' (1969).

December 27, 1968: The Blues Loft, High Wycombe, UK 


December 31, 1968: Mothers, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with Jethro Tull, Bakerloo Blues Line, John Peel


January 1, 1969: Toby Jug Blues Club, Tolworth, Surrey, UK
The band was billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the club flyer. 

January 3, 1969: The Hornsey Wood Tavern, 376 Seven Sisters Road, Finsbury Park, North London, UK

January 9, 1969: Red Lion, Leytonstone, London, UK


January 13, 1969: Wall City Jazz Club, Quaintways, Northgate Street, Chester, Cheshire, UK with The Exits, Dek Dooley Group, Wall City Jazzmen 

The band was still advertised as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band'. 

January 17, 1969: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Pegasus
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the club programme.

January 18, 1969: Mothers, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the poster.

January 24, 1969: Steve Paul's The Scene, New York City, NY, USA

January 24-25, 1969: Fillmore East, New York City, NY, USA with Blood, Sweat and Tears, Jethro Tull, Lights by Joshua Light Show
'Savoy Brown Blues Band', as the band was still billed on the poster, cancelled and was replaced by Gay Desperados Steel Band.

January 26-29, 1969: Steve Paul's Scene, 301 West 46th Street, New York City, NY with Van Morrison (26), Holy Modal Rounders (26), Hal Waters (26-29), NRBQ (27-29)
The band still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the club ad.

January 30-31 and February 1, 1969: Boston Tea Party, 15 Landsdown Street, Boston, MA, USA with J. Geils Blues Band
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the poster.

February 3-6, 1969: Cafe Au Go Go, 152 Bleecker Street, Greenwich Village, New York City, NY, USA
The band was advertised as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band'.

February 7-9, 1969: Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI, USA with Mother Earth
An unknown trumpet player (possibly Luis Gasca of Mother Earth) sat-in with the band as guest during these shows.

February 15, 1969: Fillmore East, New York City, NY, USA with Chuck Berry, Winter, Aorta, Lights by Joshua Light Show


February 21-22, 1969: Kinetic Playground, 4812 N. Clark Avenue, Chicago, IL, USA with Jeff Beck Group (cancelled), Mother Earth (cancelled), Aorta, Blood, Sweat and Tears

March 1, 1969: Commodore Ballroom, Lowell, MA, USA with Confiscated Doorknob
The band was advertised as 'The Savoy Brown Blues Band'.

March 7, 1969: Gym, SUNY, Stony Brook, Long Island, NY, USA with The Jeff Beck Group (cancelled)

March 7, 1969: Island Garden Arena, West Hempstead, NY, USA with The Jeff Beck Group, Mountain

March 8, 1969: Rock Pile, Toronto, BC, Canada

March 14-15, 1969: Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI, USA with John Mayall (14-15), Third
Power (14), Wicked Religion (14), Phenomena (15), Maend (15)

March 20-22, 1969: Winterland, San Francisco, CA, USA with Janis Joplin & Her Band, AUM, Sanpaku (supposedly filling in for AUM during one of this three days), Lights by Brotherhood of Light

March 23, 1969: Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA, USA with Janis Joplin, AUM, Lights by Brotherhood of Light

March 28-29, 1969: Rose Palace, Pasadena, CA, USA with Ten Years After, Cold Blood, AUM
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the poster (although they were billed only as 'Savoy Brown' on the previously venue concert calendar).  

March 31 and April 1, 3-4, 1969: Whisky a' Go-Go, 8901 Sunset Boulevard at Clark Street, West Hollywood, CA, USA with Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation, Delaney & Bonnie

April 2, 1969: Angels Stadium, Palm Springs, CA, USA with Ike & Tina Turner, Canned Heat (with Eric Burdon as guest), Buddy Miles Express, San Andreas Boogie, Black Pearl "Palm Springs Pop Festival"


April 9-10, 1969: Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI, USA with Third Power (9), Commander Cody and His Swing Band (10)


April 12, 1969: Fillmore East, New York City, NY, USA with Blood, Sweat and Tears, AUM, Lights by Joshua Light Show
Savoy Brown filling in for Jethro Tull.

April 14, 1969: Ungano's, New York City, NY, USA

April 15-16, 1969: Steve Paul's The Scene, New York City, NY, USA with Family (Savoy Brown Blues Band cancelled)

April 15-16, 1969: The Main Point, 874 Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, near Philadelphia, PA

April 18-19, 1969: Fillmore East, New York City, NY, USA with The Foundations, Butterfield Blues Band, Lights by Joshua Light Show

April 19, 1969: Mothers, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with Colosseum (Savoy Brown canceled)
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the poster.

April 19, 1969: Ungano's, New York City, NY, USA with The Children Of God, Marshall Efron, John Lee Hooker, Paul Krassner, Masters of Deceit, Tom Paxton, Raven, Ed Sanders, P.F. Sloane, Dave Van Ronk, Ian Whitcomb, others? "WBAI Benefit"
The band was billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the ad printed for this show. This was the band's last US gig. 

April 26, 1969: Alex Disco, Salisbury, UK

April 28, 1969: The King's Hall, London, UK


April 30, 1969: 'WS R&B', BBC Radio Show, BBC Studio, Maida Vale 4, London, UK
The band perform: 'Ring In His Nose', 'I Want You To Love Me' and 'Train To Nowhere'. The show was broadcasted on May 19.

April or May, 1969: Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
Bob Hall was scheduled to play piano with the band tonight but when he arrived it was discovered that the Albert Hall did not possess a piano!.

May 3, 1969: The Roundhouse, Lodge Avenue, Dagenham, Essex, UK


May 9, 1969: The Lyceum, London, UK with King Crimson, Juniors Eyes, Turnstyle


May 12, 1969: Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, north London, UK
The show was recorded and songs: 'Savoy Brown Boogie', 'I Feel So Good', 'Whole Lot Of Shakin' Goin' On', 'Little Queenie', 'Purple Haze' and 'Hernando's Hideaway' were later released on their fourth album: 'A Step Further' (1969).  

May 19, 1969: 'Top Gear', BBC Radio Show, BBC Playhouse Theatre, Northumberland Avenue, London, UK with The Pretty Things
The band perform: 'Ring In His Nose', 'I've Made Up My Mind', 'Train To Nowhere', 'Don't Turn Me From Your Door' and 'Life's One Act Play'. The show was broadcasted on May 25.

May 23, 1969: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Junco Partners
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the club programme.

May 24, 1969: Mothers, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with Keef Hartley

May 25, 1969: Boat Cub, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, UK 

The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the club ad. 

May 26, 1969: Bay Hotel, Sunderland, UK with This Years Girl


June 14, 1969: London College of Printing, central London, UK with John Mayall, Steamhammer


June 17, 1969: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


June 20-21, 1969: Fillmore East, New York City, NY with Grateful Dead, Buddy Miles Express, Lights by Joshua Light Show


June 23-24, 1969: Boston Tea Party, 53 Berkeley Street, Boston, MA, USA with Crazy World Of Arthur Brown


June 24-29, 1969: Ungano's, 210 West 70 Street, New York City, NY, USA


June 28, 1969: Bath Recreation Ground, Bath, UK with Fleetwood Mac, John Mayall, Ten Years After, Led Zeppelin, Nice, Chicken Shack, Jon Hiseman's Coloseum, Mick Abrahams's Blodwyn Pig, Keef Hartley, Group Therapy, Champion Jack Duprèe, Clouds, Babylon, Principal Edward's Magic Theatre, Deep Blues Band, Just Before Dawn, DJ John Peel "Bath Festival Of Blues" (Savoy Brown cancelled)
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown's Blues Band' on the poster.  

July 3, 1969: Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI, USA with All The Lonely People 

July 4, 1969: Raceway, Mt. Clemens, MI, USA with The Stooges, Pentangle, MC5, The Frost, The Third Power, Brownsville Station,Sky, The Bump, All the Lonely People, The Sunday Funnies "Second Annual (Detroit) Rock & Roll Revival”


July 5, 1969: Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI, USA with Pentangle, The Sun

July 7, 1969: Westbury Music Fair, Westbury, NY, USA with Canned Heat


July 8, 1969: Commodore Ballroom, Lowell, MA, USA 


July 11, 1969: The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA, USA with Jeff Beck Group, Mothers Of Invention, Ten Years After, Sly and The Family Stone "1st Spectrum Summer Music Music Festival - Spectrum Pop Festival"

July 12, 1969: Laurel Race Course, Laurel, MD, USA with Jeff Beck Group, Mothers Of Invention, Ten Years After, Sly and The Family Stone, Guess Who "Laurel Pop Festival"
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the poster.

July 17, 1969: unknown venue, Cincinnati, OH, USA

July 18-19, 1969: Kinetic Playground, 4812 N. Clark Aveue, Chicago, IL, USA with Led Zeppelin, The  Litter, Jethro Tull

July 25-26, 1969: Action House, 50 Broadway, Island Park, Long Island, NY, USA with Spencer Davis Group, Rosicrucian
The band was billed either as 'Savoy Brown' and 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' in several club's ads.

July 27, 1969: The Revolution, Monticello, NY, USA

July 28, 1969: Tamarack Lodge, Ellenville, NY, USA with Procol Harum

July 31, 1969: The Revolution, Monticello, NY, USA

August 1, 1969: Weissglass Stadium, 1944 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY, USA with The Rascals, Raven, Albert King
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the poster.

August 8, 1969: Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI, USA with Terry Reid 

August 12-13, 1969: The Main Point, 874 Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, near Philadelphia, PA

August 15-16, 1969: The Pavilion, New York City, NY, USA with Sir Douglas Quintet, Charlie Musselwhite
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the show programme.

August 18-19, 1969: Salvation, New York City, NY, USA
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on hte ad printed for this show. 

August 21-23, 1969: Boston Tea Party, 15 Landsdown Street, Boston, MA, USA with Santana Blues Band
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the poster.

August 24 1969: Cove Theater, Glen Cove, NY, USA with Spooky Tooth, Rainy Day's
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on hte ad printed for this show. 

August 29-31, 1969: Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA, USA with Spirit, Womb, Lights by Brotherhood of Light

September 5-7, 1969: Whisky a' Go-Go, 8901 Sunset Boulevard at Clark Street, West Hollywood, CA, USA with Keef Hartley Band

September 6, 1969: Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA, USA with Poco, Three Dog Night

September 19-20, 1969: Eastown Theatre, 8041 Harper Avenue, Detroit, MI, USA with B.B. King, Albert King

September 25, 1969: City Hall, Newcastle, UK with Jethro Tull, Terry Reid

September 26, 1969: Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland with Jethro Tull, Terry Reid

October 1, 1969: Royal Albert Hall, London, UK with Jethro Tull, Terry Reid

October 2, 1969: Free Trade Hall, Manchester, UK with Jethro Tull, Terry Reid

October 3, 1969: Brighton Dome, Brighton, UK wih Jethro Tull, Terry Reid

October 4, 1969: The Roundhouse, Lodge Avenue, Dagenham, Essex, UK


October 6, 1969: City Hall, Hull, UK with Jethro Tull, Terry Reid


October 7, 1969: Town Hall, Leeds, UK with Jethro Tull, Terry Reid

October 8, 1969: Town Hall, Birmingham, UK with Jethro Tull, Terry Reid

October 10, 1969: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the club programme.

October 11, 1969: Winter Gardens, Malvern, UK with The Spring


October 15, 1969: City Hall, Sheffield, UK with Jethro Tull, Terry Reid

October 19, 1969: Rex Cinema, Cambridge, UK with JethroTull, Terry Reid

October 20, 1969: Guildhall, Southampton, UK with Jethro Tull, Terry Reid

October 21, 1969: Colston Hall, Bristol, UK with Jethro Tull, Terry Reid

October 23, 1969: De Montfort Hall, Leicester, UK with Jethro Tull, Terry Reid

October 25, 1969: Guildhall, Plymouth, UK with Jethro Tull, Terry Reid

October 26, 1969: Town Hall, Oxford, UK with Jethro Tull, Terry Reid

October 29, 1969: St. Andrews Hall, Norwich, UK with Jethro Tull, Terry Reid

October 31, 1969: Locarno Ballroom, Newcastle Road, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, UK with Barclay James Harvest 


November 2, 1969: The Farx, The Northcote Arms, 49-53 Northcote Avenue, Southall, Middlesex, UK


November 7, 1969: Flamingo, Hereford, Herefordshire, UK with Raw Material

November 9, 1969: Mothers, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with The Groundhogs


SAVOY BROWN BLUES BAND #13 (NOV 1969) / SAVOY BROWN #4 (NOV 1969)
1) Henry 'Harry' Simmonds
2) Chris Youlden
3) 'Lonesome Dave' Peverett
4) Rogerl Earl
5) Tone Stevens
+
6) Bob Hall


November 12, 1969: 'WS R&B', BBC Radio Show, BBC Studio 4, Maida Vale, London, UK
The band perfom: 'You Don't Have To Go', 'Driftin' and Driftin' and 'Back Home'. The show was boadcasted on December 6.


SAVOY BROWN BLUES BAND #14 (aka #12) (NOV 1969 - DEC 1969) / SAVOY BROWN #5 (aka #3) (NOV 1969 - MAY 1970)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Chris Youlden
3) 'Lonesome Dave' Peverett
4) Rogerl Earl
5) Tone Stevens
+
6) Bob Hall


November 14, 1969: Corn Exchange, Devizes, UK

November 16, 1969: Boat Cub, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, UK 
The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the club ad. 

November 25, 1969: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK with Shades

November 29, 1969: London School of Economics, London, UK with White Trash

December 16, 1969: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Dry Ice
Supposedly this was the last time the band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band'.

January 6, 1970: 'Top Gear', BBC Radio Show, BBC Studio 4, Maida Vale, London, UK
The band perform: ' You'd Better Pray For The Lord To Guide You', 'A Hard Way To Go' and 'When I Was A Young Boy'. The show was brodcasted on January 10.

January 10, 1970: Convention Hall, Community Concourse, San Diego, CA, USA with Grateful Dead, Aum
Savoy Brown cancelled and were replaced by Sons Of Champlin.

January 11, 1970: Boat Cub, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, UK 


January 15, 1970: 'Peel Sunday Concert', BBC Radio Show, BBC Paris Cinema, Lower Regent Street, London, UK

The show was broadcasted on January18.

January 18, 1970: Mothers, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with Stone The Crows

January 22-25, 1970: Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA, USA with Albert King, Zephyr, Lights by Brotherhood of Light
Savoy Brown cancelled and were replaced by Lee Michaels.

February 7, 1970: Commodore Ballroom, Lowell, MA, USA with Pure Sample

February 13, 1970: The Birmingham Palladium, 136 Brownell off 15 Mile Road, between Woodward Avenue and Hunter Street, Birmingham, MI with Virgin Dawn

February 14, 1970: The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA, USA with Iron Butterfly, Catfish

February 19, 1970: Warehouse, Ithaca, NY, USA with Slippery Elm, Coat Check Girl 


February 20-21, 1970: Fillmore East, New York City, NY, USA with Kinks, Renaissance, Noonan, Lights by Joshua Light Show

February 22, 1970: Ludlow Garage, Cincinnati, OH, USA with Balderdash, Raintree

February 27-28, 1970: Eastown Theatre, 8041 Harper Avenue, Detroit, MI, USA with Renaissance, Southwind

March 5-8, 1970: Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA, USA with Keith Relf's Renaissance, Butterfield Blues Band, Lights by Brotherhood of Light

March 13, 1970: Gymnasium, San Fernando Valley State College, Northridge, CA, USA with Linda Ronstadt, Flying Burrito Brothers

March 14, 1970: California State College, Fullerton, CA, USA with Butterfield Blues Band, Blue Rose, Elvin Bishop

March 15, 1970: San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA, USA with Butterfield Blues Band, Fever Tree, Illinois Speed Press


March 17, 1970: Whisky a' Go-Go, 8901 Sunset Boulevard at Clark Street, West Hollywood, CA, USA with Devil's KItchen

March 20, 1970: Phanter Hall, Fort Worth, TX, USA with Fever Tree, Aphrodite, Lights by Family Circle 

March 21, 1970: Warehouse, New Orleans, LO, USA with Rhinoceros

March 26, 1970: Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, OH with Joe Cocker, Mountain, Amboy Dukes, MC5, Frijid Pink, Pleasure Seekers, The Stooges, Brownsville Station, Cradle, Bitter Blood, Balderdash, Glass Wall, Whalefeathers, East Orange Express, Westfauster "Cincinnati Pop Festival"

March 28, 1970: Action House, Island Park, NY, USA
The band was still billed as 'Savot Brown Blues Band' on the ad printed for this show. 

March 31 - April 1, 1970: Ungano's, New ork City, NY, USA

April 4, 1970: Assumption College, Worcester, MA, USA with Nice (cancelled), Family, Troyka

April 5, 1970: Bates College, Lewiston, ME, USA with Nice (cancelled), Family, Troyka

April 9, 1970: Kleinhans Auditorium, Buffalo, NY, USA with Nice (cancelled), Family, Troyka


April 10, 1970: Bailey Hall, Cornell University campus, Ithaca, NY, USA with Nice (cancelled), Family, Troyka


April 11, 1970: The Palestra, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, USA with Nice (cancelled), Family, Troyka

The band was still billed as 'Savoy Brown Blues Band' on the poster.

April 12, 1970: Union College, Schenectady, NY, USA with Nice (cancelled), Family, Troyka


April 16, 1970: Northestern University, Boston, MA, USA with Nice (cancelled), Family, Troyka


April 17, 1970: Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT, USA with Nice (cancelled), Family, Troyka


April 18, 1970: Wesleyen University, Middletown, CT, USA with Nice (cancelled), Family, Troyka


April  19, 1970: Upsala College, East Orange, NJ, USA with Nice (cancelled), Family, Troyka


April 23, 1970: Warehouse, Ithaca, NY, USA with Slippery Elm, Taj Mahal, The Faces


April 23, 1970: St. Anselm's College, Manchester, NH, USA with Nice (cancelled), Family, Troyka

April 24, 1970: Trenton State College, Trenton, NJ, USA with Nice (cancelled), Family, Troyka


April 25, 1970: Yale University, New Heaven, CT, USA with Nice (cancelled), Family, Troyka


April 26, 1970: Queensboro College, New York City, NY, USA with Nice (cancelled), Family, Troyka


April 29, 1970: Genesse Theatre, Buffalo, NY, USA with Nice (cancelled), Family, Troyka


May 1-2, 1970: Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY, USA with James Gang


May 3, 1970: Eastown Theatre, 8041 Harper Avenue, Detroit, MI, USA with Rod Stewart and The Faces, Richmond 


SAVOY BROWN #6 (MAY 1970 - ca. JUL 1970)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) 'Lonesome Dave' Peverett
3) Roger Earl
4) Tone Stevens
+
5) Bob Hall


May 17, 1970: Mothers, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with Black Widow, Kevin Ayers And The Whole World, First Lights

May 23-24, 1970: The Plumpton Racecourse, Streat, East Sussex, UK with Ginger Baker's Airforce, Richie Havens, Julie Driscoll, Hard Meat, King Crimson, Christine Perfect, Judas Jump, Keith Tippett Group, Gracious, Audience, Jan Dukes De Grey, Maple Oak, Poppa Ben Hook, Aquila, Farfield Parlour, May Blitz, Black Widow, Chicken Shack, Black Sabbath, Roy Harper "Whitsun Festival (aka A Bank Holiday Festival)" (Savoy Brown cancelled?)

May 29, 1970: Mayfair Ballroom, Newgate Street, Newcastle, UK with Juicy Lucy

May 31, 1970: Mothers, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with First Lights

June 5, 1970: Pavillion Gardens, Buxton, UK with Taste, Colosseum, Matthews Southern Comfort, Atomic Rooster, Liverpool Scene, The Strawbs, John Peel (MC) "Until Tomorrow - All Night Music Festival"  
Savoy Brown actually played on June 6, because their set was after the midnight, from the dawn to about 6:00am of the next day exactly.

June 6, 1970: Football Ground, Yeovil, UK with Yes, Rare Bird, Flying Machine, Killing Floor

June 10, 1970: 'Black', BBC Radio Show, BBCStudio 2, Aoelian Hall, London, UK
The band perform: 'Lookin' In', 'Money Can't Save Your Soul' and 'Leavin' Again'. The show was broadcasted on July 31.

June 19, 1970: Bay Hotel, Sunderland, UK with Yellow


June 24, 1970: 'Raven's R&B', BBC Radio Show, BBC Studio 4, Maida Vale, London, UK
The band perform: 'Lookin' In', 'Money Can't Save Your Soul' and 'Leavin' Again'. The show was broadcasted on July 12.


SAVOY BROWN #7 (ca. JUL 1970 - DEC 2?, 1970)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) 'Lonesome Dave' Peverett
3) Rogerl Earl
4) Tone Stevens


July 11, 1970: Olympia Eisstadion, Oberwiesenfeld, Germany with Van der Graaf Generator, Atomic Rooster, Free, Steamhammer, Traffic, Deep Purple "Euro Pop A-Z Musik Festival"

July 12, 1970: Greyhound, Croydon, UK

July 18, 1970: Caledonian Football Ground, Inverness, UK with Taste, Black Widow, Brinsley Schwarz, Atomic Rooster, If, String Driven Thing "1st Scottish Blues & Progressive Music Festival"

July 31, 1970: Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI, USA with The Flock (filling in for SRC), The Frost

August 2, 1970: Powder Ridge Ski Area (a natural amphitheatre ski slopes), Middlefield, CT with Janis Joplin, Chuck Berry, Bloodrock, Chicken Shack, Grand Funk Railroad, Richie Havens, John Sebastian, Spirit, Ten Years After "Powder Ridge Festival" (cancelled)


August 4, 1970: Commodore Ballroom, Lowell, MA, USA with Chicken Shack

August 4-9, 1970: Radcliff Farm, on the Delaware River in Northern New Jersey, opposite Bushkill Falls and just above Stroudsburg in the Poconos, NJ with Joe Cocker, Chicago, Jefferson Airplane, Procol Harum, Ten Years After, Jethro Tull, Richie Havens, John Sebastian, Poco, Chicken Shack, Sly and The Family Stone, Big Brother and The Holding Company, Catfish, Hot Tuna, Lighthouse, Little Richard, Muddy Waters, Runt, Van Morrison, Miles Davis, James Gang, The Faces, James Taylor, Mother Earth, American Dream, Eric Burdon and the War, Roland Kirk "Harmonyville Festival" (cancelled) 


August 5, 1970: Capitol Theater, Springfield, MA, USA with Chicken Shack


August 14, 1970: Civic Center, Baltimore, MD, USA with Santana


August 15, 1970: Public Auditorium, Cleveland, OH, USA with Chicago, Glass Harp, Blues Image

August 21, 1970: Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL, USA with Crow, Litter, Ten Wheel Drive

August 22-23, 1970: Middle Earth, 3430 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, IN with The Litter, Eric Burdon and War 

August 28-29, 1970: Fillmore East, New York City, NY, USA with Fleetwood Mac (28-29), Jake and The Family Jewels (28), Fairport Convention (29), Lights by Pig (28-29)

August 30-31 and September 1, 1970: Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA, USA with Fairport Convention, Chicken Shack, Lights by Little Princess 

September 2, 1970: Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA with Johnny Winter

September 5-7, 1970: unknown venue, Highway 95 between Elgin and Bastrop, TX with MC5, Amboy Dukes, Ike & Tina Turner, James Cotton Blues Band, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chambers Brothers, Alice Cooper, Rare Earth, Eric Burdon & War, Smith, Bloodrock, Stooges, Carolyn Hester, The Third Power, John Mayall, Freddie King, Flying Burrito Brothers, Jimmy Driftwood, Rotary Connection, Brownsville Station "1st Annual Central Texas Music Festival"


September 11-12, 1970: Eastown Theatre, 8041 Harper Avenue, Detroit, MI, USA with Illusion (11-12), The Frost (11), Justice (12)


September 17, 1970: Capitol Theater, Springfield, MA, USA with Chicken Shack

September 18, 1970: Action House, Island Park, NY, USA with Amboy Dukes

September 25-26, 1970: Electric Factory, 2201 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA, USA with Love (25-26), Chicken Shack (25), Pink Floyd (26)

September 27, 1970: Veterans Memorial, Columbus, OH, USA with Chicken Shack

October 11, 1970: Greyhound, Croydon, UK

October 24, 1970: Essener Innenstadt, Essen, Germany with Moody Blues, Supertramp "Pop & Blues Festival"

November 20, 1970: 46th Street Rock Palace, Boston, MA, USA

November 25-26, 1970: Eastown Theatre, 8041 Harper Avenue, Detroit, MI, USA with Black Sabbath, Quatermass

December 3-6, 1970: Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA, USA with Humble Pie, Sea Train, Ry Cooder, Lights by Sunburst

December 10, 1970: Ludlow Garage, 346 Ludlow Avenue, Cincinnati, OH, USA

December 18-19, 1970: Fillmore East, New York City, NY, USA with Poco, Gypsy, Jo Mama, Lights by Joe's Lights 


SAVOY BROWN #8 (DEC 2?, 1970 -  APR ?, 1971)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Paul Raymond keyboards
3) Ron Berg drums
4) Andy Pyle bass
5) Pete Scott vocals


January 8, 1971: The Van Dike, Exmouth Road, Plymouth, Devon, UK

January 9, 1971: The Wake Arms, Epping Road, Epping, Upshire, Essex, UK with Trapeze

January 12, 1971: The Fickle Pickle Club, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, UK

January 16, 1971: Farx (Potters Bar), London, UK


January 25, 1971: 'Harding', BBC Radio Show, BBC Studio 5, Maida Vale, London, UK
The band perform: 'Street Corner Talkin', 'Blues In King' and 'Blues On The Ceiling'. The show was broadcasted on February 2.

February 1, 1971: Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, London, UK

February 2, 1971: 'Sounds of The 70s', BBC Radio Show, London, UK with Roy Young Band (broadcasting date)

February 12-13, 1971: Pirate's World Amusement Park, Dania, FL, USA with The Grease Band (cancelled), The Faces

February 16-17, 1971: Fillmore East, New York City, NY, USA with The Faces, Grease Band, Lights by Joe's Lights

February 19, 1971: The Syndrome, Chicago Coliseum, Chicago, IL, USA with The Faces (cancelled), Grease Band 


February 23, 1971: 'Sounds of The 70s', BBC Radio Show, London, UK with Quatermass (broadcasting date)

February 23, 1971: Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI, USA with The Faces, The Grease Band 

February 27, 1971: Warehouse, New Orleans, LO with Grease Band, The Faces

March 10, 1971: The Forum, Los Angeles, CA, USA with Grease Band, The Faces

March 11, 1971: Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA, USA with Grease Band, The Faces

March 12, 1971: Selland Arena, Fresno, CA, USA with Grease Band, The Faces

March 13, 1971: Cal Expo Amphitheater, Sacramento, CA, USA with Grease Band, The Faces

March 20, 1971: Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA, USA with The Faces (billed as Small Faces Featuring Rod Stewert (sic)), The Grease Band Formerly With Joe Cocker, Lights by Morpheus 

March 21, 1971: Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR, USA with The Grease Band, The Faces

March 30, 1971: Civic Center, Atlanta, GA, USA with The Faces, The Grease Band


March 31, 1971: Palace Theatre, Albany, NY, USA with The Faces, The Grease Band


April 2-3, 1971: Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY, USA with The Faces, The Grease Band


SAVOY BROWN #9 (APR ?, 1971 - JUN 1972)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Paul Raymond
3) Andy Sylvester bass
4) Dave Bidwell drums
5) Dave Walker vocals


May 22, 1971: The Guildhall, Plymouth, Devon, UK

June 5, 1971: Barnsley Technical College, Barnsley, UK


June 27, 1971: unknown venue, Villerupt, France with two other bands "music festival"

August ?, 1971: Century II Pavilion, Wichita, KS, USA with Atomic Rooster

August 11, 1971: Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom, 169 Ocean Boulevard, Hampton Beach, NH with Atomic Rooster (cancelled)

August 20, 1971: Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA with Atomic Rooster, Redbone

August 29, 1971: State Fairgrounds Speedway, Salt Lake City, UT, USA with Atomic Rooster, Long John Baldry, Skid Row, Blue, Sweathog, Prairie "outdoor festival"

September 1, 1971: Boston Common, Boston, MA, USA with Procol Harum

September 2, 1971: Municipal Auitorium, Atlanta, GA, USA

September 3-4, 1971: Eastown Theatre, 8041 Harper Avenue, Detroit, MI, USA with Atomic Rooster, Skid Row

September 5, 1971: Brady Township Open Air Concert, Slippery Rock, PA, USA with Cactus, L.A.W., Mushroom, McKendree Spring, Edgar Winter's White Trash

September 6, 1971: The Park, North Baltimore, OH, USA with The Velvet Underground, Cactus, Atomic Rooster

September 8, 1971: University of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, USA

September 9, 1971: Arena Municipal de Lévis, 29 Vincent Chagnon, Lévis, QC, Canada with Cactus, Boomerang


September 10, 1971: Camping Graal, Richmond, QC, Canada

September 11, 1971: Borough of York Stadium, Toronto, ON, Canada

September 14, 1971: Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY, USA with Wishbone Ash, Long John Baldry

September 16, 1971: Case High School, Racine, WI, USA

September 17, 1971: Auditorium Theater, Chicago, IL, USA with Long John Baldry

September 18, 1971: War Memorial, Syracuse, NY, USA

September 24-25, 1971: Sunshine Inn, Ashbury Park, NJ, USA (cancelled)

September 24, 1971: Cherry Hill Arena, Cherry Hill, NJ, USA with Cactus, Boomerang


September 25, 1971: Big Surf, Tempe, AZ, USA with Jump, Ballsey Blues Ensemble

September 28, 1971: Capitol Theater, Madison, WI, USA

September 29, 1971: Performing Arts Center, Milwaukee, WI, USA with Long John Baldry

October 1-2, 1971: Rock Pile, Island Park, NY, USA

October 16, 1971: Queen's College, Flushing, NY, USA

November 24, 1971: Cowtown Ballroom, Kansas City, MO, USA with Pot Liquour, Chicken Shack

November 25-27 (25 not confirmed), 1971: Eastown Theatre, 8041 Harper Avenue, Detroit, MI, USA with Atomic Rooster, Pot Liquour


December 5, 1971: Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY, USA with Atomic Rooster, Chicken Shack


December 8, 1971: Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX, USA with Atomic Rooster, Chicken Shack


December 9, 1971: Dallas Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX, USA with Atomic Rooster, Chicken Shack


December 10, 1971: Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX, USA with Atomic Rooster, Chicken Shack


December 11, 1971: Warehouse, New Orleans, LO, USA with Black Oak Arkansas

February 10, 1972: Town Hall, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with Chicken Shack

February 17, 1972: Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, UK with CHicken Shack

February 18, 1972: Victoria Hall, Hanley, UK with Chicken Shack

February 19, 1972: Town Hall, Leeds, UK with Chicken Shack

February 20, 1972: Colston Hall, Bristol, UK with Chicken Shack

February 21, 1972: Rainbow Theatre, London, UK with Chicken Shack

February 25, 1972: Community Concourse, San Diego, CA, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

February 26, 1972: Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

February 27, 1972: Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

February 28, 1972: Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

February 29, 1972: University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 2, 1972: Sal Pointe High School, Tucson, AZ, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 3, 1972: Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 4, 1972: Civic Auditorium, Honolulu, HI, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 5, 1972: Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 6, 1972: Travelodge Theatre, Phoenix, AZ, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"


March 8, 1972: Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 9, 1972: Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton, AB, Canada with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 10, 1972: P.N.E. Coliseum, Vancouver, BC, Canada with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 11, 1972: Armory Auditorium, Salem, OR, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 12, 1972: Paramount Ballroom, Seattle, WA, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 13-14, 1972: Ford Auditorium, Detroit, MI, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 15, 1972: Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 16, 1972: Northern Michigan University, Quette, MI, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 17, 1972: Pershing Auditorium, Lincoln, NE, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 18, 1972: Larkin High School, Elgin, IL, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 19, 1972: St. Paul Auditorium, St. Paul, MN, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 21, 1972: Wendler Arena, Saginaw, MI, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 22, 1972: Paramount Theatre, Springfield, MA, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming" (cancelled or maybe postponed)

March 22, 1972: University Of New Haven, New Haven, CT, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry, Ashman-Reynolds "The British Are Coming"

March 23, 1972: Palace Theatre, Waterbury, CT, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 24, 1972: Palace Theatre, Providence, RI, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 25, 1972: SUNY, Plattsburgh, NY, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 26, 1972: Painters Mill Theater, Baltimore, MD, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 27, 1972: Goddard College, Plainfield, VT, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 29, 1972: Dome, Virginia Beach, VA, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 30, 1972: Civic Center, Akron, OH, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

March 31, 1972: Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry (backed by Ashman Reynolds), Ashman Reynolds "The British Are Coming"

April 1, 1972: Ritz Theater, Staten Island, NY, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

April 2, 1972: Vega Baja, Puerto Rico, USA with The Allman Brothers, B.B. King, Billy Joel, Brownsville Station, Dave Brubeck, Bloodrock, David Peel, Dr. John, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Faces, Fleetwood Mac, J. Geils Band, Goose Creek Symphony, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Malo, Herbie Mann, The Nitzinger Band with Bugs Henderson, Osibisa, Poco, Pot Liquor, Roberta Flack, Black Sabbath (cancelled), Alice Cooper "Mar Y Sol Pop Festival"

April 4, 1972: Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

April 5, 1972: Levitt Arena, Wichita, KS,  USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

April 7-8, 1972: Academy of Music, New York City, NY,  USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

April 13, 1972: Sports Auditorium, Orlando, FL, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

April 14, 1972: Pirates World, Dania, FL, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

April 15, 1972: St. Pete Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

April 16, 1972: Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

April 26, 1972: Cowtown Ballroom, Kansas City, MO, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming" (cancelled)

April 26, 1972: Forum de Montréal, 2313 St-Catherine Quest, Montréal, QC, Canada with Long John Baldry, Malo (filled in for Fleetwood Mac), Mitch Ryder's Detroit "The British Are Coming"


April 29, 1972: Harold L. Richards High School, Oak Lawn, IL, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming"

April 30, 1972: Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA, USA with Long John Baldry, Malo


May 20, 1972: Phillips Halle, Dusseldorf, Germany with Hawkwind, Focus, Home, Mick Abrahams Band

May 21, 1972: Germersheim, Pfalz, Germany with The Faces, The Kinks, Family, Rory Gallagher, Country Joe McDonald, Status Quo, Beggar's Opera, Sam Apple Pie, Nazareth, Uriah Heep, Frumpy, Ekseption, Amon Düül 2, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Billy Joel,  Spencer Davis Group, East of Eden, Lindisfarne, Jerusalem, Max Merrit "British Rock Meeting"


SAVOY BROWN #10 (JUN 1972 - SEPT 1972)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Paul Raymond
3) Dave Bidwell
4) Andy Pyle
5) Dave Walker


July 8, 1972: Pocono International Raceway, Long Pond, PA, USA with Humble Pie, Black Sabbath, Three Dog Night, Emerson Lake And Palmer, The Faces, J. Geils Band, Badfinger, Cactus, Edgar Winter, Bull Angus, Mother Night, Ground Hog, Claire Hamill, Ramatam

July 15, 1972: Belfry Hotel, Sutton Coldfield, UK with Idle Race

August 3, 1972: Ritz Theatre, Staten Island, NY, USA with Rory Gallagher 

August 5, 1972: The Long Island Arena, 88 Veterans Highway, Commack, NY, USA with Flash, Rory Gallagher, Tower Of Power

August 7, 1972: Wollman Skating Rink, Central Park, New York City, NY, USA with Malo "5th Annual The Schaefer Music Festival In Central Park"
The show was recorded and later released posthumous on their album: 'Live In Central Park' (1989).

August 12, 1972: Elk Grove High School, 500 West Elk Grove Boulevard, Elk Grove Village, IL, USA with Rory Gallagher (filling in for both Tower Of Power and Vinegar Joe)

August 14, 1972: Boston Common, Boston, MA, USA with Fleetwood Mac, Rory Gallagher

August 16, 1972: Sunshine In, Ashbury Park, NJ, USA with Rory Gallagher, Tower Of Power

August 18, 1972: North Carolina Speedway, Rockingham, NC, USA with Rory Gallagher, Alice Cooper, Poco, Three Dog Night, Goose Creek Symphony, Black Oak Arkansas, Tower of Power, Dillards, Fleetwood Mac, Bloodrock, James Gang "Peach Tree Celebration"


SAVOY BROWN #11 (SEPT 1972 - JAN ?, 1974)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Paul Raymond
3) Andy Pyle
5) John Bertram 'Jackie' Lynton vocals
6) Ron Berg drums


October 4, 1972: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Saturnalia

October 13, 1972: Community Centre, Tucson, AZ, USA with Uriah Heep

October 15, 1972: San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA, USA with Uriah Heep

October 19, 1972: Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA, USA with Uriah Heep, Hemlock

October 20, 1972: Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA, USA with Uriah Heep, Hemlock

October 21, 1972: Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA, USA with Uriah Heep, Miller Anderson

October 22, 1972: Armory Auditorium, Salem, OR, US with Uriah Heep

October 24, 1972: Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA, USA with Hemlock, Uriah Heep

October 25, 1972: Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR, USA with Uriah Heep, Hemlock

October 26, 1972: Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA, USA with Uriah Heep, Hemlock

October 27, 1972: Agridome, Vancouver, BC, Canada with Uriah Heep, Hemlock

October 28, 1972: Stampede Corral, Calgary, Alberta, Canada wth Uriah Heep, Hemlock

October 29, 1972: Kinsmen Field House, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada with Uriah Heep, Hemlock

October 31, 1972: Denver Coliseum, Denver, CO, USA with Uriah Heep


November 2, 1972: County Coliseum, El Paso, TX, USA with Uriah Heep

November 3, 1972: Ector County Coliseum, Odessa, TX, USA with Uriah Heep

November 5, 1972: Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, UT, USA with Uriah Heep, Hemlock

November 6, 1972: Pershing Auditorium, Lincoln, NE with Uriah Heep

November 9, 1972: Fairgrounds, Oklahoma City, OK, USA with Uriah Heep, Hemlock

November 24-25, 1972: Academy Of Music, New York City, NY, USA with It's A Beautiful Day (24-25), Hoodoo Rhythm Devils (24), Wild Turkey (25) 

November 30, 1972: Colisée de Québec, 250 Boulevard Wilfrid-Haml, Québec City, QC, Canada with Uriah Heep, The Hoodoo Rhythm Devils 


December 1, 1972: The Forum, Montreal, Quebec, Canada with Uriah Heep, Hemlock (cancelled), Lorence Hud (cancelled), The Hoodoo Rhythm Devils

December 2, 1972: Civic Centre, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada with Uriah Heep

December 3, 1972: Valley Forge Music Fair, Valley Forge, PA, USA with Mott The Hoople

January 13, 1973: Corn Exchange, Cambridge, UK

January 29, 1973: Winter Gardens, Cleethorpes, UK with Fat Grapple

January 30, 1973: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK

February 11, 1973: Barbarella's, Birmingham, UK


February 13, 1973: St. Andrews Hall, Norwich, UK


February 15, 1973: City Hall, Salisbury, UK


February 16, 1973: Red Lion, London, UK


February 17, 1973: Portsmouth Polytechnic, Portsmouth, UK


February 19, 1973: Quaintways, Chester. UK


March 23, 1973: Auditorium, Bangor, ME, USA


March 24, 1973: Music Hall, Westbury, NY, USA (cancelled?)

March 24, 1973: Mackay Arena, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA with The Chi Lites

March 25, 1973: Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS, USA with Captain Beyond

March 26, 1973: Winnipeg Arena, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada with Bones, Rare Earth


March 30, 1973: Park Center, Charlotte, NC, USA


March 31, 1973: Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA, USA (cancelled?)

March 31, 1973: Warehouse, New Orleans, LA, USA with Hydra

April 5, 1973: Hara Arena, Dayton, OH, USA

April 6, 1973: Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, PA, USA with Hot Tuna, Grin

April 7, 1973: Catholic Youth Centre, Wilkes-Barre, PA, USA

April 8, 1973: Civic Theatre, Akron, OH, USA

April 20, 1973: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Bronx Cheer

May 11, 1973: Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR, USA

May 12, 1973: Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA, USA

May 13, 1973: The Gardens, Vancouver, BC, Canada

May 15, 1973: Fieldhouse, Edmonton, AB, Canada

May 18, 1973: Civic Plaza, Phoenix, AZ, USA

May 19, 1973: Community Concourse, San Diego, CA, USA

May 20, 1973: Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA, USA with Mandrill, Status Quo, The Atlanta Rhythm Section

May 23, 1973: Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA, USA with Status Quo, Mandrill  


May 24, 1973: Coliseum, Las Vegas, NV, USA


May 25, 1973: Coliseum, Corpus Christi, TX, USA

May 26, 1973: Coliseum, Odessa, TX, USA

May 27, 1973: Coliseum, El Paso, TX, USA

June 1, 1973: Civic Center, Hammond, IN, USA with Status Quo, Blue Oyster Cult

June 3, 1973: Pershing Auditorium, Lincoln, NE, USA with Canned Heat, Blue Oyster Cult, Status Quo


June 7, 1973: Auditorium, Uiversity of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN, USA with Blue Oyster Cult, Manfred Mann

June 9, 1973: Rynearson Stadium, Ypsilanti, MI, USA with Manfred Mann, Dr. Hook and The Medicine Show, Siegel-Schwall Band  

June 9, 1973: 'Superstars of Rock', US TV Show with The Doobie Brothers, Tony Cole, Kenny Rankin (broadcast date....rebroadcasted on December 2)


June 12, 1973: City Auditorium, Birmingham, AL, USA with Blue Oyster Cult


June 13, 1973: Auditorium (or City Auditorium?), Mobile (or Huntsville?), AL, USA with Blue Oyster Cult


June 14, 1973: Coliseum, Macon, GA, USA


June 15, 1973: 'The Midnight Special', NBC-TV Show, Burbank, CA, USA with Jim Croce, Jo Jo Gunne, Maxine Weldon, Bobby Womack, King Harvest, Little Anthony (broadcast date)


June 16, 1973: Auditorium Theatre, Rochester, NY, USA (cancelled?)

June 16, 1973: Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FL, USA with Deep Purple, ZZ Top (filling in for Billy Preston), Blue Oyster Cult, Family


June 17, 1973: Palm Beach International Raceway, West Palm Beach, FL, USA with ZZ Top, Blue Oyster Cult, Deep Purple


June 20, 1973: Massey Hall, Toronto, BC, Canada


June 21, 1973: Tower Theater, Philadelphia, PA, USA with Blue Oyster Cult


June 22, 1973: Academy Of Music, New York City, NY, USA with Electric Light Orchestra, Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Status Quo (cancelled)


June 23, 1973: Academy Of Music, New York City, NY, USA with Electric Light Orchestra, Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Status Quo


June 24, 1973: Constitution Hall, Washington D.C. , USA with Blue Oyster Cult

June 25, 1973: Temple Music Fair, Ambler, near Philadelphia, PA, USA "Temple Festival"


June 27, 1973: Monroe Fairgrounds, Rochester, NY, USA with Blue Oyster Cult


June 28, 1973: The Palisades Ballroom (aka Zambu's Music Hall), McKeesport, near Pittsburgh, PA, USA with Blue Oyster Cult


June 29-30, 1973: Kinetic Playground, Chicago, IL, USA (cancelled)


June 29, 1973: Palace Theatre, Providence, RI, USA with Blue Oyster Cult, David Blue


June 30, 1973: The Forum, Harrisburg, PA, USA 


July 6, 1973: 'The Midnight Special', NBC-TV Show, Burbank, CA, USA with Jose Feliciano, The Staple Singers, Stories, Tower Of Power, Johnny Winter (broadcast date)

Savoy Brown perform: 'Shot In The Head' and "Jack The Toad'.

July 15, 1973: Long Beach Auditorium, Long Beach, CA, USA with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Peter Frampton, ZZ Top


July 17, 1973: Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA, USA with ZZ Top, Hard Stuff


July 21, 1973: Pungo Airstrip, Pungo, Virginia Beach, VA, USA with Blue Oyster Cult, ZZ Top, John Sebastian, Black Oak Arkansas, Dr. Hook, Bloodrock, The New Cactus Band "The Festival ByThe Sea"


July 28, 1973: Suffolk Downs Racetrack, Boston, MA with Blue Oyster Cult, Alessi Brothers (one source says Savoy Brown played but another says Aerosmith played instead)


July 30, 1973: Ford Auditorium, Detroit, MI, USA with ZZ Top

July 31, 1973: Hardrock Quarry, Akron, Buffalo, NY, USA

August 2, 1973: Evansville Coliseum, Evansville, IN, USA with Blue Oyster Cult

August 4, 1973: Denver Coliseum, Denver, CO, USA with ZZ Top, Blue Oyster Cult

August 12, 1973: Jeppensen Stadium, Houston, TX, USA with Blue Oyster Cult (cancelled), ZZ Top, Wilie Nelson, Wishbone Ash


August 18, 1973: unknown venue, Fayetteville, NC, USA with Mott The Hoople, Santana, Foghat (cancelled)


September 20, 1973: Capitol Cinema, Cardiff, Wales with Status Quo


September 21, 1973: St. George's Hall, Bradford, UK with Status Quo


September 24, 1973: City Hall, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK with Status Quo


September 25, 1973: Music Hall, Aberdeen, UK with Status Quo


unknown date, 1973: unknown venue, unknown city, unknown state with Bobby Womack and Peace, The Persuasions, Blood, Sweat and Tears, Roy Buchanan & The Snake Stretchers
The event was filmed for broadcast on ABC-TV's series "In Concert" on October 12 at 11:30pm (episode #22).



SAVOY BROWN #12 (aka THE BOOGIE BROTHERS) (JAN ?, 1974 - ca. DEC 1974)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Stan Webb guitar
3) Miller Anderson guitar
4) Jimmy Leverton bass
5) Eric Dillon drums


January 5, 1974: Roundhouse, Dagenham, UK

January 11, 1974: Stoneground, Manchester, UK

January 12, 1974: Tiles Club, Beckenham, Kent, UK

January 17, 1974: Patti Pavilion, Swansea, South Wales

January 18, 1974: Royal Holloway College, Egham, UK

January 22, 1974: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK
The band was billed as '(The New) Savoy Brown' on the Marquee programme.

January 23, 1974: Lafayette, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, UK

January 26, 1974: Bolton Institute of Technology, Bolton, UK

January 27, 1974: Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, London, UK

February 10, 1974: Inglewood Forum, Inglewood, CA, USA with Deep Purple (cancelled.....maybe post-poned to February 26 but then cancelled again)

February 11, 1974: Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA, USA with Deep Purple (cancelled)

February 15-16, 1974: Winterland, San Francisco, CA, USA with Rory Gallagher, Silverhead (cancelled)

March 3-4, 1974: Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard


March 5, 1974: Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard


March 6, 1974: Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard

March 8, 1974: Capital Centre, Largo, MD, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard

March 9, 1974: Cumberland Memorial Arena, Fayetteville, NC, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard

March 10, 1974: Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard

March 11, 1974: The Omni Stadium, Atlanta, GA, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard

March 13, 1974: Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard

March 15, 1974: The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard


March 17, 1974: Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY, USA with Deep Purple

March 18, 1974: War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard

March 19, 1974: Boston Garden, Boston, MA, USA with Deep Purple

March 20, 1974: Upper Arena, Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard

March 22, 1974: Arena, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH, USA with Deep Purple

March 23, 1974: Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard

March 24-25, 1974: International Amphitheatre, Chicago, IL, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard

March 26, 1974: Winnipeg Arena, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada with Tucky Buzzard, Flash Cadillac, Blue Oyster Cult


March 28, 1974: Coliseum, El Paso, TX, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard


March 30, 1974: Tarant County Center, Fort Worth, TX, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard

March 31, 1974: Civic Center, Amarillo, TX, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard 

April 1, 1974: Fieldhouse, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard

April 3-4, 1974: Municipal Auditorium, Denver, TX, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard

April 7, 1974: Big Surf Arena, Tempe, AZ, USA with Deep Purple

April 8, 1974: North Illinois University, Dekalb, IL, USA with Kiss, Manfred Mann's Earth Band

April 9, 1974: San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard

April 10, 1974: unknown venue, Tucson, AZ, USA with Deep Purple, Tucky Buzzard (cancelled)

April 26, 1974: unknown venue, Toronto, BC, Canada with Kiss, Manfred Mann's Earth Band


May 5, 1974: Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL, USA with Silverhead

May 11, 1974: Victory Burlesque Theatre, Toronto, BC, Canada with Kiss, Silverhead

May 12, 1974: Benjamin F. Yack Arena, 246 Sycamore Street, Wyandotte, MI, USA, with Kiss, Silverhead

May 14, 1974: Civic Auditorium, St. Paul, MN, USA with Kiss, Manfred Mann's Earth Band (cancelled)

May 14, 1974: Fraser Hockeyland Arena, Fraser, MI, USA with Kiss, Silverhead

May 15, 1974: Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI, USA with Kiss, Manfred Mann's Earth Band

May 16, 1974: Manitoba Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, MB, Canada with Kiss, Manfred Mann's Earth Band


May 17, 1974: Kinsmen Fieldhouse, Edmonton, AB, Canada with Kiss, Manfred Mann's Earth Band


May 18, 1974: Saskatchewan Arena, Saskatoon, SK, Canada with Kiss, Manfred Mann's Earth Band


May 19, 1974: Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion, Lethbridge, AB, Canada with Kiss, Manfred Mann's Earth Band


May 20, 1974: Foothills Arena, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada with Kiss, Manfred Mann's Earth Band


May 22, 1974: Visalia Convention, Visalia, CA, USA with Kiss, Manfred Mann's Earth Band


May 23, 1974: Warner Teatre, Fresno, CA, USA with Kiss, Manfred Mann's Earth Band


May 24, 1974: Paramount Northwest Theatre, Portland, OR, USA with Kiss, Manfred Mann's Earth Band


May 25, 1974: Paramount Northwest Theatre, Seattle, WA, USA with Kiss, Manfred Mann's Earth Band


May 26, 1974: John F. Kennedy Pavilion, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA, USA with Kiss, Manfred Mann's Earth Band


May 28, 1974: The Gardens, Vancouver, BC, Canada with Kiss, Manfred Mann's Earth Band


May 30, 1974: San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA, USA with Kiss, Manfred Mann's Earth Band

May 31, 1974: Long Beach Auditorium, Long Beach, CA, USA with Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Kiss
This show was broadcast on KNAC radio.

June 1, 1974: Winterland, San Francisco, CA, USA with Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Kiss

June 2, 1974: The Roller Rink, Anchorage, AK, USA with Kiss

June 3, 1974: Sun-Sundowner Drive-In Theatre, Ankorage, AK, USA with Kiss 

June 4, 1974: Baker Fieldhouse, Eielson Airforce Base, Fairbanks, AK, USA with Kiss

July 1-2, 1974: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Rod Felton

July 3, 1974: Town Hall, Reading, UK

July 5, 1974: Stoneground, Manchester, UK

July 6, 1974: Links Pavilion, Cromer, UK

July 7, 1974: Chancellor Hall, Chelmsford, UK

July 8, 1974: Tiffanys,  Merthyr Tydfil, UK 

July 9, 1974: Music Hall, Shrewsbury, UK

July 10, 1974: Lafayette, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, UK

July 11, 1974: Winter Gardens, Cleethorpes, UK

July 13, 1974: Roundhouse, Dagenham, UK


SAVOY BROWN #13 (ca. DEC 1974 - 1976)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Paul Raymond
3) Ian Ellis bass
4) Tom Farnell drums


January 19, 1975: Winning Post, Twickenham, London, UK

January 25, 1975: Balls Park College, Hertford, Hertfordshire, UK

February 6, 1975: unknown venue, Stuttgart, Germany


March 4, 1975: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK

April 15, 1975: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK

June 3, 1975: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK

July 10, 1975: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK

September 10, 1975: My Father's Place, Old Roslyn, NY, USA

September 17-20, 1975: Electric Ballroom, Atlanta, GA, USA with Baby


September 26, 1975: Masonic Auditorium, Detroit, MI, USA


September 30, 1975: Silver Dollar Saloon, Lansing, MI, USA

October 4, 1975: John Scher's Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ, USA with Kiss

October 19, 1975: Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL, USA with Baby

October 19, 1975: Tomorrow, Youngstown, OH, USA with Seventh Wave, Mojo 

October 22, 1975: Armadillo World Headquarters, 525 1/2 Barton Springs Road, Austin, TX, USA

November 9-10, 1975: The Backdoor, San Diego, CA, USA with Baby

November 19, 1975: unknown venue, Spokane, WA, USA with Loggins & Messina

November 21, 1975: Winterland, San Francisco, CA, USA with 10cc, Eddie Money 

November 22, 1975: Crabshaw Corners, Sacramento, CA, USA


November 24-27, 1975: The Starwood, Los Angeles, CA, USA with Baby (24-26)

December 7, 1975: Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC, USA with Black Sabbath, Ruby Starr & Grey Ghost 

December 8, 1975: Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI, USA with Steppenwolf


February 16, 1976: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK


April 25, 1976: Golden Hall, San Diego, CA, USA


April 27, 1976: Keystone Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA with Yesterday & Today


May 4, 1976: Royal Oak Theatre, Royal Oak, MI, USA with Status Quo, Dr. Hook and The Medicine Show

May 7, 1976: Armadillo World Headquarters, 525 1/2 Barton Springs Road, Austin, TX, USA


May 23, 1976: Tomorrow, Youngstown, OH, USA with Vanessa

June 2, 1976: Bottom Line, New York City, NY, USA
The show was recorded and later released as bootleg titled: 'Bottom Line, NYC, NY, USA, June 2, 1976'.

June 14, 1976: Café Campus, 57 Rue Prince Arthur Est, Montréal, QC, Canada

June 15, 1976: Ford Auditorium, Detroit, MI, USA with Heart


July 19, 1976: Great Southern Music Hall, Gainesville, FL

August 3, 1976: Armadillo World Headquarters, 525 1/2 Barton Springs Road, Austin, TX, USA


SAVOY BROWN #14 (1976 - ca. JUL 1979)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Ian Ellis
3) Tom Farnell



September 15, 1978: Royal Oak Theatre, Royal Oak, MI, USA with The Greg Kihn Band

September 17, 1978: Tomorrow, Youngstown, OH, USA with The Greg Kihn Band

October 3-4, 1978: Old Waldorf, 444 Battery Street, San Francisco, CA 


SAVOY BROWN #15 (aka #3) (ca. JUL 1979 - ca.SEPT 1979)
1) Kim Simmonds
2) Chris Youlden
3) 'Lonesome Dave' Peverett
4) Tone Stevens
5) Rogerl Earl

47 comments:

  1. Does anyone remember the appearance of Savoy Brown at The Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in 1969?
    Danny Ramblin' Jack O'Connell

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  2. Thanks Daniel! Update my list with two dates at SMCA!!

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  3. the jethro tull/ savoy brown/ terry reid tour was autumn 1969, not 1968

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  4. thanks deadbonzo! You're right! A "typo" with the year. Correct!

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  5. I saw Savoy Brown in Spokane...in August of 1974. Atomic Rooster opened the show.

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  6. I saw this tour at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds - maybe 2/1972....with Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry "The British Are Coming".

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  7. hello bruno, i was checking out your site and i saw an error i can help correct.august 12 1972 was at elk grove high school in elk grove,illinois-not california.i know that because it was my first concert ever.great show,rory gallagher was added at the last minute as for some reason the scheduled back ups-tower of power,and vinegar joe cancelled.
    cheers,tom

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  8. Thanks Tom! Correct and give you the credit for the help!

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  9. Bruno, Savoy Brown appeared at the California State College, Fullerton on Saturday March 14, 1970. The lineup was Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Savoy Brown, Elvin Bishop and Blue Rose.

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  10. Hi! You have Savoy Brown in New York on March 24, 1973 but I have my ticket stub from their show on that date at Mackey Arena at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana...the Chi Lites were there also & my ticket price says $3.50...this show was at 8pm - maybe they played NY in the afternoon & then this one on their way to somewhere else - I doubt if they were actually touring with the Chi Lites so both bands were probably doing a "drive-by"..lol...
    Susie

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    1. Thanks Susie! Added the gig and give you the credit for the help, much appreciate!! About the NY show, I do not know if happened or not. The show was actually announced in "Billboard Magazine" but maybe it was finally cancelled and the band played in West Lafayette instead.

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  11. Hi Savoy brown played with Kiss 5/12/74 in my home town of Wyandotte Mi, at the yack arena. Kiss has it listed on web site

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    1. Thanks cyclemike! Added the gig and give you the credt for the help!

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  12. I believe the concert at "Star Theater" in Phoenix March 6, 1972 was renamed the Travelodge Theater by then.

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  13. Savoy played the Evansville IN Coliseum on Aug 2 1973, Thurs., 8PM,($5.00 , Love it!)
    I believe the other group was Blue Oyster Cult. "The night was becoming hazy...",
    and they had torn my ticket stub(which I still have) thru that groups name.

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  14. I have a poster from 1970 that has Savoy Brown playing in France, in Villerupt on June 27th...I can send you pics of the poster if you'd like :-)

    Cheers!!

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    1. Thanks Lance and yes, send me everything you want, you're welcome man!

      Cheers,
      Bruno

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  15. Hi Bruno - what a massive undertaking this list is! I can help with some Savoy Brown info - I used to go see them a lot and kept good records of when & where. On March 22nd, 1972 your list has them playing in Springfield , Mass. but I saw them (with Fleetwood Mac and Long John Baldry) at the University of New Haven that night. The Springfield show must've fallen through for some reason. Also, the band played on July 28th, 1973 at Suffolk Downs Racetrack in Boston with opening sets by Bluec Oyster Cult and the Alessi Brothers! Once again, I was there. I'll go through my notebooks and be back in touch. -PD

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  16. With Uriah Heep October 31, 1972 at Denver Coliseum.

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  17. Hi Bruno, this is a great site!!
    Ihave an exellent 66mins Stereo Recording from Master reel from Stuttgart, Germany Feb.6th 1975.
    Are you interested in further info or trade??
    Greetings
    Doc

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    1. Thanks Doc, I added the gig to my list, you maybe remember the venue?

      About your record, actually I'm just a rock historian not a music collector so I'm not interested in trade or other things, but I forward your message to Savoy Brown's manager Steve Ozark and he could be interested, so please contact him asap!!

      Steve Ozark. Ozark Talent. (785)760-3143. OzarkTalent@gmail.com

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  18. I saw savoy brown at santa Clara county fairgrounds in CA. With Charlie Daniels and Elvis bishop I believe. We were hanging at our high school and some promotion people showed up with flyers and and some free tickets if we handed them out....

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  19. Love this list, but I wish you could add SB's appearance at Cobo Hall, Detroit with Deep Purple & Tucky Buzzard. I can't seem to find the exact date anywhere....in fact, it tends to be listed as Deep Purple with Elf for March 3, 4. But dammit, I was there, and I know it was February-April of 1974!!

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    1. well, I think you are right. A fake poster billed ELF and J. Geils Band as supported acts, but I'm confident that actually SB and TB played instead.

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  20. Hey I was at the June 23, 1973 show in NYC. Also on the bill: Electric Light Orchestra, Manfred Mann's Earth Band and Status Quo. The late show ended at 5am.

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  21. Hi Bruno

    I wonder if you can cast any light on a rather fsded memory? When I was in my last year at school - 1966 I believe - The Savoy Brown Blues Band played for the school dance at The Sir Anthony Browne School Brentwood, in Essex - now known as simply "The Brentwood School." They shared the bill with Tony Knight's Chessmen. They were the first two UK Blues Bands I'd seen at the time. I recall Savoy Brown having a guitar/piano/harp/bass/drums line-up, but I don't remember Brice Portius. In fact I went to see the band at the June 21st 1967 gig at the Uppercut in Ilford and was gobsmacked by the change in line-up. Did the band ever gig without him, or is my memory at fault? I didn't see the band again until they appeared at the Manor House Blues Club in Haringey, where they supported Freddie King, by which time Chris Youlden was with the band, but I can't place a date on that one. Any further info greatly appreciated! Stevie King.

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    1. Hi Stevie!

      About Brice Portius, well, he was a founder member of the band so he was there since the beginning, but, who knows, maybe he was sick and missed the gig you saw at your school....everything is possible! Anyway, about the school gig, you don't remember the exact date or an approximate date? at least are you sure about 1966?

      About the gig with Freddie King at the Manor House, well, of course I don't know all the gigs the band played, so I trust you about that gig and I hope to find the exact date one day!

      Cheers,
      Bruno

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  22. Hi Bruno

    I've contacted my old school in case they have any records of the date SB played there. If I get any info I'll let you know.

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  23. I saw Savoy Brown at the Lyric Theatre in Kitchener Ontario, Canada. The date escapes me though. It was either the late 70's or early 80's. They were great and were always a favourite of mine. One of my first 5 records I ever bought was Raw Sienna, and I played it to death! They get played regularly still.

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  24. Bruno, I would be interested to know your source for the Springfield, MA September 17, 1970 date. I know for certain they played the Capitol Theater in Springfield, MA on August 5, 1970 with Chicken Shack. It is possible that they played the same venue within 6 weeks but I would be interested in the source for that date.

    Thanks,

    Greg

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  25. I first Savoy Brown show was in Chicago March 15 1972 at the Auditorium theater. Thanks to this blog.
    The show was unique because it was interrupted by some crazies who got on the stage and took the mike. A ramble ensued and the security at the time (weak)let the guy go until they could escort him off the stage.
    Does anyone remember this concert? Please tell me this happened.
    I saw Savoy Brown in Phoenix last year and asked Keith about it. He didn't remember. How could he, so many performances.
    Now scheduled to see the band in June and looking forward to them at the Mt. Baker Blues Festival in Washington in July.

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  26. ^^^ Not Kieth. I meant Kim.

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  27. I saw kim and Savoy Brown in 1971 in Rochester N.Y. At Monroe Community College with Atomic Rooster and Chicken Shack.

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  28. Hi Bruno,
    Another gig to add to your list. Having played Mothers club in Birmingham on the last day of 1968, the band were on stage for the Wednesday night regular gig at the Toby Jug, Tolworth, on January 1 1969 - exactly a week before their old mates Jethro Tull played before leaving on a Scandinavian tour. They were billed as Savoy Brown Blues Band, and they must have looked bleary-eyed after the late-nighter in Brum.
    Tim

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  29. I saw Savoy Brown in the mid 1970s at Tunbridge Wells Assembly Halls, I still have the badge I bought there, but I can't the gig listed?

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  30. RE Springfield, Capitol Theater, 1970:

    There is the (EXCELLENT, IMHO) official live 1981 released vinyl-only album, titled "Just Live" on the long-discontinued German Line Records label which has:
    a) the band clearly encouraging "Springfield" during their encore number to participate;
    b) a comment from Kim Simmonds (I believe) to the effect that their new album would be out "in two weeks time". Now, their then forthcoming album "Looking In" was indeed released in October 1970 in the US, so the point in time would fit perfectly for dating the show September 17th.

    Hope this helps more than it confuses.

    Ceterum censeo: I can only recommend to get this album somehow, it is a real fine document of the "Future Foghat" line-up with lots of stretched-oot Kim playing. Both LP sides luckily run way over 30 minutes, even if that sure limited the dynamics. However, one still gets well over an hour of a soundboard-recorded show! Alas, the last numbers of both vinyl sides, "It Hurts me Too" on side One and "Encore Blues" on side Two, both fade out midway through so it is safe to assume we miss out a few minutes of their entire (probably 70-75 min.) set.

    Savoy ahoy!
    Th:-)mas

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