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1970

May 22, 1970 Caltech Baxter Hall, Pasadena, CA (Benefit for the Foothill Free Clinic with Kate Wallace, Symbia and Ancient Clay)

August ?, 1970 Syracuse University Jabberwocky Club, Syracuse, NY

December 12-13, 1970 Dorothy Chandler Music Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA (supporting Laura Nyro)

December 18, 1970 San Diego Community Concourse, San Diego, CA (supporting Laura Nyro)

December 19, 1970 Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA (supporting Laura Nyro)

December 22-24, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (supporting Laura Nyro)

1971

February 6, 1971 Royal Festival Hall, London, ENG (supporting Laura Nyro)

March 6, 1971 Duke University Indoor Stadium, Durham, NC

March 27, 1971 Syracuse University Jabberwocky Club, Syracuse, NY (2 sets supporting Bonnie Raitt, with Tom Jones on second guitar for some songs. Possibly played the previous night also)

March 30-April 4, 1971 Troubadour, Santa Monica, CA (supporting Melanie)

November 11-14, 1971 Main Point, Bryn Mawr, PA (supporting Bonnie Raitt)

November 14, 1971 Philadelphia, PA (The Gene Shay Show WMMR performing "Song For Adam", "My Opening Farewell", "Take It Easy" & "Jamaica Say You Will". He was also interviewed between songs)

November 22, 1971 Performing Arts Center, Milwaukee, WI (supporting Beach Boys & Yes)

1972

January 20-23, 1972 Main Point, Bryn Mawr, PA (supporting Chris Smither, with Michael Favinger)

January 23, 1972 Philadelphia, PA (The Gene Shay Show WMMR performing "Take It Easy", "Colors of the Sun", "Jamaica Say You Will" (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) & "For Everyman" plus interviewd)

January 29, 1972 Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA (supporting Seals & Crofts)

February 2-7, 1972 Bitter End, New York City, NY

February ?, 1972 Bristol Bay Trading Co., Long Beach, CA

Some details missing/ unconfirmed

In February 1972 Jackson accompanies Joni Mitchell on tour and opens at all of her concerts apart from the show in St Louis when he is unwell. It is assumed that the itinerary below is complete but that is not confirmed as the week between New Orleans and Berkeley remains empty. Similarly, in May, it is possible that the European leg of the tour is incomplete.

1972.02.16

Paramount Theatre

Seattle WA

supporting Joni Mitchell.

1972.02.18

Masonic Temple

Detroit, MI

Opening for Joni Mitchell. Set: Take It Easy / Jamaica Say You Will / Jesus in 3/4 Time / Song for Adam / These Days / Rock Me on the Water / Something Fine / Redneck Friend  probably incomplete.

1972.02.21

Arie Crown Theatre, Chicago, IL

supporting Joni Mitchell. Set: Take It Easy / Jesus I 3/4 Time / Rock Me On The Water / Jamaica Say You Will / Song For Adam / These Days / Redneck Friend > Sweet Little Sixteen / My Opening Farewell / Holiday Inn / Looking Into You

1972.02.23

Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY

supporting Joni Mitchell. Joins Joni on stage with Stephen Stills and Graham Nash for encore of Circle Game.

1972.02.24

Union Theatre, SUNY

Stony Brook, NY

Solo show. Ad. Set: Take It Easy / Jamaica Say You Will / Jesus In 3/4 Time / Song For Adam / These Days / Colors Of The Sun / Redneck Friend > Sweet Little Sixteen / Corrina Corrina / My Opening Farewell / For Everyman / Rock Me On The Water / Looking Into You / Something Fine

1972.02.25

Massey Hall

Toronto, ON, Canada

supporting Joni Mitchell. Joins Joni on stage with others for encore of Circle Game.

1972.02.28

Music Hall

Boston, MA

supporting Joni Mitchell.

1972.02.29

Constitution Hall

Washington, D.C.

supporting Joni Mitchell.

1972.03.02

Academy of Music

Philadelphia PA

supporting Joni Mitchell.

1972.03.04

McAllister Auditorium  Tulane University

New Orleans, LA

supporting Joni Mitchell.

March 11, 1972 Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA (supporting Joni Mitchell. Jackson joined Joni on stage with others for the encore of "Circle Game")

1972.03.13

Dorothy Chandler Music Pavilion  Los Angeles Music Center

Los Angeles, CA

supporting Joni Mitchell. Joins Joni on stage with others for encore of Circle Game. Review. Jackson's set recorded by KDAY and broadcast by several California radio stations. Set: Take It Easy / Jesus In 3/4 Time / Rock Me On The Water / Jamaica Say You Will / Song For Adam / These Days / Redneck Friend / Sweet Little Sixteen / My Opening Farewell / Together Again / Looking Into You 

1972.03.15

Queen Elizabeth Hall

Vancouver, BC

supporting Joni Mitchell.


1972.03.23-26

The Troubadour, Santa Monica, CA

supporting Linda Ronstadt.


1972.04.02

Boyd Elder's Art Gallery 'El Chingadero'

Venice, CA

The gallery opening party featured a performance by The Eagles. Among the others in attendance - some of whom contributed musically - were Jackson, Joni Mitchell, Ned Doheny, Cass Elliot, Bryan Garofolo, Gerry Beckley and David Geffen. The proceedings were filmed and some of the film has been broadcast at various times.


1972.04.16

Assembly Hall   University of Illinois

Champaign-Urbana, IL



Some details missing/ unconfirmed

In May Jackson accompanies Joni Mitchell on her tour of Europe. Dates below may be incomplete.

1972.05.02

Old Grey Whistle Test BBC TV

London, England

Performs Jamaica Say You Will.


1972.05.03

Odeon Theatre

Manchester, England

Opening for Joni Mitchell.

1972.05.05&06

Royal Festival Hall

London, England

Opening for Joni Mitchell.

1972.05.09

Jahrhunderthalle or Festhalle

Frankfurt, West Germany

Opening for Joni Mitchell. A poster for this concert identifies the venue as Jahrhunderthalle but Jackson recalls going to see the Beach Boys the night before to check out the venue. The Beach Boys played the Festhalle on May 8.

1972.05.12

VPRO Studios

Amsterdam, NED

1972.05.13

Royal Theatre Carre

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Opening for Joni Mitchell.

1972.05.18

L'Olympia Theatre

Paris, France

Opening for Joni Mitchell.  Possibly The Salle Pleyel.

1972.05.27

Paris Theatre

London, England

Solo radio broadcast by BBC on UK radio. Set: Take It Easy / Peaceful Easy Feeling / Jamaica Say You Will / Doctor My Eyes / Song For Adam / Looking Into You / Jesus In 3/4 Time / Redneck Friend


June 18, 1972 Waikiki Shell, Honolulu, HI (supporting Joni Mitchell)


1972.07.16

Mariposa Folk Festival

Toronto Islands, ON, Canada

Joni Mitchell and Neil Young also perform, among others.


1972.07.28-30 

The Four Muses

San Clemente, CA

two shows each night


It has been suggested that Jackson opened for America and The Eagles during their 1972 tours. The latter went out during July 1972 but there is no concrete evidence that Jackson appeared with them until September and October 1972. America toured during late October 1972. Again there is no evidence that Jackson opened for them although it is certain that he did in 1973. In June Rolling Stone ran a piece by Richard Meltzer detailing rehearsals with a band; included were Ed Black on pedal steel, Mickey McGee on drums, Richard Bowden on guitar plus others - essentially Linda Ronstadt's backing band. Jackson makes reference to their playing together previously in Chicago. Some sources maintain that Jackson's first electric band consisted of McGee, Bowden and Bowden's brother Mike. However it would appear that shows played during August through September were simply Jackson accompanied by David Lindley. Reports also suggest that Jackson and David supported Jay Boy Adams on his first Texas appearance and other shows during 1972.

1972.08.11-15

The Main Point

Bryn Mawr, PA

Supported by Mike D'Abo.


1972.08.21

Edwardsville Campus, SIU

Edwardsville, IL

Mississippi River Festival. Opening for Yes. Setlist: Take It Easy / Jesus in 3/4 Time / Jamaica Say You Will / Rock Me on the Water / Song for Adam / These Days / Colors of the Sun / Reel of the Hanged Man / Redneck Friend / Sweet Little Sixteen / Runaway / My Opening Farewell


1972.08.22-24

My Fathers Place

Roslyn, NY


With David Blue. Ad.


1972.08.27

WBCN Studios

Boston, MA

Broadcast with David Blue. Set, interspersed with conversation, including David Blue's contributions: The Times You've Come / Jamaica Say You Will / Many Have Loved Me (David Blue vo) / Yesterday (David Blue) / Jesus in 3/4 Time / How Long / I Will Be True to You (David Blue) / Tonight Will Be Fine (David Blue) / Something Fine / Holiday Inn / Poem check this


1972.08.30-09.04

The Bitter End

New York City, NY

With David Blue. Accompanied by David Lindley. Partial set: Come All Ye Fair And Tender Ladies > Take It Easy / Jamaica Say You Will / Rock Me On The Water. Ad


1972.09.14-17

The Troubadour

Santa Monica, CA

With Bonnie Raitt supporting. Set list. Ad says 12-17.


1972.09.21

Union Theater, LSU

Baton Rouge, LA

"Supported" by The Doobie Brothers, Jackson & David opened for a few songs and then returned after the Doobie Brothers to finish their set.


1972.09.22

Page Auditorium, Duke University

Durham, NC

Supported by Batdorf & Rodney.


1972.09    

The Cellar Door

Washington D.C.

date unknown

A week's residence with David Blue supporting. Some solo shows and some with the Eagles. Two sets each night Monday to Thursday; three sets each night Friday and Saturday. Article.


1972

WXPN

Philadelphia, PA

date unknown


1972.09.23

Miami Beach Auditorium

Miami, FL

With The Incredible String Band. Jackson reportedly escorted from venue after the show by local police due to his response to audience reaction.


1972.09.27

RCA Studios WPLJ

New York City, NY

Broadcast. Accompanied by David Lindley. Set: Come All Ye Fair And Tender Ladies > Take It Easy / Jesus In 3/4 Time / Our Lady Of The Well / Jamaica Say You Will / Rock Me on the Water / Out To Sea / Looking into You / Song For Adam / My Opening Farewell / The Times You've Come / For Everyman / Redneck Friend


1972.09.29

The Felt Forum

New York City, NY

With J.D. Souther and the Eagles. Ad. Review.


1972.10.01

The Main Point

Bryn Mawr, PA

Often appears in other lists. Details regarding shows at the Main Point for most of October through December 1971 are missing from The Main Point 10 Years On… A Special 10th Anniversary Publication which was published in 1974. However it would appear that Crazy Horse, supported by Andy Robinson, played the club on this date.


1972.10.02

Detroit, MI


1972.10.06

Bronco Bowl

Dallas, TX

With J.D. Souther and the Eagles.

1972.10.07

Tarrant County Convention Center

Fort Worth, TX

With J.D. Souther and the Eagles.


1972.10.11

SUNY Gym

Stony Brook, NY

Opening, with band, for Dave Mason. Review

1972.10.13

Alumnae Hall, Brown University

Providence, RI

With David Lindley.

1973

1973.07.20-22 McCabe's, Santa Monica, CA

two shows each night

With Jack Tempchin.


1973.07.26-29

The Main Point

Bryn Mawr, PA

With David Lindley. Set: Take It Easy / Jesus In 3/4 Time / Jamaica Say You Will / Rock Me On The Water / Song For Adam / These Days / Colors Of The Sun (unfinished) / Reel Of The Hanged Man / Colors Of The Sun / Red Neck Friend / Sweet Little Sixteen > Runaway / My Opening Farewell


Jackson opened for America during their 1973 tour as detailed below. The following represents the (possibly incomplete) itinerary for America (with no mention of Jackson) that appeared in Rolling Stone but there is local newspaper evidence of his participation. The August 5th & 13th dates were not listed in Rolling Stone and come from different sources. Band: Jackson Browne (vocals, guitars); David Lindley(guitars, violin); Larry Zack (drums); Doug Haywood (bass, vocals) 

1973.07.31

Tanglewood Music Center

Lenox, MA

Opening for America. Article. Review.

1973.08.01

Boston Music Hall

Boston, MA

Opening for America.

1973.08.03

Wollman Ice Skating Rink Central Park

New York City, NY

Schaefer Music Festival. Opening for America.

1973.08.04

Performing Arts Center

Providence, RI

Opening for America.

1973.08.05

Capitol Theatre

Passaic, NJ

Opening for America. Also on the bill - Stanky Brown Group. Ad.

1973.08.06

Louisville, KY

Opening for America.

1973.08.07

Musicpark

Grove City, Columbus, OH

Opening for America.

1973.08.08

Edwardsville campus, SIU

Edwardsville, IL

Mississippi River Festival. Opening for America. Review. Set: All Along the Watchtower / Rock Me on the Water / Jesus in 3/4 Time / Jamaica Say You Will / Song for Adam / These Days / Colors of the Sun / Reel of the Hanged Man / Redneck Friend / Sweet Little Sixteen / Runaway / My Opening Farewell / Take It Easy [setlist.fm]

1973.08.09/10

Detroit, MI

Opening for America.

1973.08.11

Merriweather Post Pavilion

Columbia, MD

Opening for America. Ad.

1973.08.13

Saratoga Performing Arts Center

Saratoga, NY

Opening for America. Review.

1973.08.14

Temple Music Festival Temple University

Ambler, PA

Opening for America.

1973.08.15

Hampton Rhodes Coliseum

Hampton, VA

Opening for America.

1973.08.17

Roanoke Civic Center

Roanoke, VA

Opening for America.

1973.08.18

Greensboro Memorial Auditorium

Greensboro, NC

Opening for America.

1973.08.19

Civic Center

Charleston, WV

Opening for America. Review.

1973.08.21&22

Arie Crown Theatre

Chicago, IL

Opening for America.

1973.08.23

Blossom Music Center

Cuyahoga Falls, Akron, OH

Opening for America. Ad.

1973.08.24

Coliseum, Indiana State Fairgrounds

Indianapolis, IN

Opening for America.

1973.08.26

Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood, CA

Opening for America. Article.

1973.08.29

Selland Arena

Fresno, CA

Opening for America.


1973.09.30

Robertson Gym, UCSB

Santa Barbara, CA

With Taj Mahal.


1973.10.05

Aquarius Theatre

Boston, MA

Supported by Bonnie Raitt.


1973.10.06

Villanova Fieldhouse, University of Villanova

Villanova, PA

Supported by Bruce Springsteen.


1973.10.07 afternoon

Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center

New York City, NY

Supported by Bonnie Raitt. Bruce Springsteen guests. Review. Ticket. Ad. Some confusion exists regarding this show as it was initially advertised for Philharmonic Hall (the original name for the venue) and it has therefore been suggested that they played "both" venues on this date.


1973.10.09

Utrasonic Sound Studios

Hempstead, NY

WLIR radio broadcast. With band. Set: Take it Easy / For Everyman / Song For Adam / Ready Or Not / Jamaica Say You Will / Rock Me On The Water / Doctor My Eyes / These Days / Red Neck Friend > Sweet Little Sixteen / Looking Into You / Walking Slow (instrumental) / Under the Falling Sky


1973.10.18-20

Roxy Theatre

Los Angeles, CA

Six shows supported by Philip Goodhand-Tait.. Some reports suggest 18-21.


1973.11

In Session US TV

date unknown

Channel 7 program hosted by Phil Everly. Also Johnny Rivers. All perform Doctor My Eyes and Brown Eyed Girl. Broadcast in November,


1974

Jackson now embarked on a tour with Linda Ronstadt. It is often reported that they alternated as opening act for each other. Many of the shows below have Linda Ronstadt confirmed; some do not. But it is assumed that she did in fact participate. Rolling Stone has a date for Ronstadt alone on January 17 in Cheney, WA - this remains unconfirmed. There is a break in the tour at the end of January and shows appear to resume in February. Whether details are missing or not is unknown. A few shows at the end of the tour seem to have anomalous dates and there may well be several missing e.g. San Jose Performing Arts Center. It is thought that Jackson and David Lindley made a guest appearance at a concert by Orleans in Syracuse, NY on March 6.  Band: Jackson Browne (vocals, guitars); David Lindley (guitars, violin); Larry Zack (drums); Doug Haywood (bass); Jai Winding (keyboards) 

1974.01.10 Oxnard Community Center, Oxnard, CA

1974.01.11

Santa Monica Civic Auditorium

Santa Monica, CA

two shows

With Linda Ronstadt. Review. Partial Set: Take It Easy / Jamaica Say You Will / Ready Or Not / Rock Me On The Water / The Road And The Sky / Doctor My Eyes / Redneck Friend

1974.01.13

Fullerton Community College Auditorium

Fullerton, CA

1974.01.15

Paramount Northwest

Seattle, WA

With Linda Ronstadt.

1974.01.16

Paramount Northwest

Portland, OR

With Linda Ronstadt.

1974.01.18

Berkeley Community Theatre

Berkeley, CA

With Linda Ronstadt.

1974.01.19

Men's Gym, Cal Poly

San Luis Obispo, CA

With Linda Ronstadt.

1974.01.20

Civic Theatre

San Diego, CA

With Linda Ronstadt.

1974.01.21

Celebrity Theatre

Phoenix, AZ

With Linda Ronstadt.

1974.01.24

Denver Arena

Denver, CO

With Linda Ronstadt.

1974.01.25

Popejoy Hall, University of New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM

With Linda Ronstadt.

1974.02.03&04

Tyrone Guthrie Theatre

Minneapolis, MN

1974.02.08

Ambassador Theatre

St Louis, MS

Article.

1974.02.09

Memorial Hall

Kansas City, KS

With Linda Ronstadt.

1974.02.10 


Trowbridge Livestock Pavilion University of Missouri

Columbia, MO 

February 13, 1974 Michigan Palace, Detroit, MI (supported by Linda Ronstadt)


1974.02.14

Mershon Auditorium, Ohio State University

Columbus, OH

With Linda Ronstadt.

1974.02.15

John Carrol University Gym

Cleveland, OH

Ad.

1974.02.16

Lusk Field House, SUNY

Cortland, NY

1974.02.17

Canisius College

Buffalo, NY

1974.02.18

Atwood Hall, Clark University

Worcester, MA

With Linda Ronstadt. Set: Take It Easy / Don't Lead Me On (Like the Movements of a Symphony) / Our Lady of the Well / Song for Adam / Jamaica Say You Will / Ready Or Not / For Everyman / Rock Me On The Water / The Road and the Sky / Doctor My Eyes / Redneck Friend > Sweet Little Sixteen / One More Song (With Linda Ronstadt). Need to check last song as may be unknown title.

1974.02.20

Mt Pleasant High School Gym

Wilmington, DE

With Linda Ronstadt. Set: Take It Easy / Don't Lead Me On (Like the Movements of a Symphony) / Our Lady of the Well / Song for Adam / Jamaica Say You Will / Ready Or Not / For Everyman / Rock Me On The Water possibly incomplete

1974.02.21


Lyman Auditorium South Connecticut State College

New Haven, CT


With Linda Ronstadt.

1974.02.22

Palace Theatre

Providence, RI

1974.02.23

Walsh Auditorium, Seton Hall University

South Orange, NJ

With Linda Ronstadt. Review. Set included: Take It Easy / Song For Adam / For Everyman / Doctor My Eyes / Sweet Little Sixteen

February 24, 1974 Auditorium, Rochester, NY

February 26, 1974 College of William & Mary Hall, Williamsburg, VA

February 27, 1974 Georgetown University Gaston Hall, Washington, DC (2 shows)

Late Set: Take It Easy / Our Lady Of The Well / Song for Adam / Jamaica Say You Will / Ready Or Not / Rock Me On The Water / For Everyman / Doctor My Eyes possibly incomplete - joined onstage by Andrew Gold. Jai Winding not present?

February 28, 1974 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY (2 shows, With Linda Ronstadt)

1974.03.01

Orpheum Theatre

Boston, MA

With Linda Ronstadt. Calendar. It is possible that the following songs were simulcast on WBCN - Jackson Browne: Redneck Friend / Ready or Not Linda Ronstadt: Love Has No Pride / Desperado / Silver Threads and Golden Needles Jackson Browne: Doctor My Eyes but it is equally possible that they come from a different date.

1974.03.02

American Shakespeare Theatre

Stratford, CT

two shows

With Linda Ronstadt. Article.

1974.03.03

Academy of Music

Philadelphia, PA

With Linda Ronstadt.

1974.03.05


Lisner Auditorium George Washington University

Washington D.C.


1974.03.08

Arie Crown Theatre

Chicago, IL

With Linda Ronstadt (possibly replaced by Steve Goodman). Set: Take It Easy / Our Lady Of The Well / Song for Adam / Jamaica Say You Will / Ready Or Not / Your Bright Baby Blues / For Everyman / Rock Me On The Water / The Road And The Sky / Doctor My Eyes / Redneck Friend / Sweet Little Sixteen


1974.03.27

Tower Theatre

Upper Darby, PA

would seem unlikely given 1974.03.03


1974.04.06

Ontario Motor Speedway

Ontario, CA

Jackson guests with The Eagles during their set replacing Don Felder who was attending to his pregnant wife. Partial Set: James Dean / guitar jam / Midnight Flyer / Already Gone / Take It Easy. Also appearing were Rare Earth; Earth, Wind & Fire; Seals & Crofts; Black Oak Arkansas; Black Sabbath; Deep Purple and Emerson, Lake & Palmer.


1974

Don Kirshner's Rock Concert  US TV possibly Beacon Theater

New York City


date unknown

The Eagles with their friends, Linda Ronstadt, Jackson Browne and David Lindley. Set:Your Bright Baby Blues (with the Eagles) / Looking Into You (with David Lindley) Take It Easy (with the Eagles and Linda Ronstadt). Broadcast on April 6, 1974 but this was possibly a re-broadcast.


1974

In Concert US TV  venue unknown

date unknown

Broadcast dates in March. Also appearing James Browne, Linda Ronstadt, Peter Yarrow and Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen.


1974.06

Speakeasy US TV  venue unknown

date unknown

Broadcast dates in June. Also appearing Steve Miller, Bonnie Raitt, Danny O'Keefe and Billy Joel.


1974.07.02

Berkeley Community Theatre

Berkeley, CA

Benefit concert for the Bonus March on Washington. Also appearing were The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Mimi Farina, Danny O'Keefe and Steve Martin. Review.


1974.07.20

Snowmass Festival

Aspen, CO


1974.08.11

Crawford Hall, UCI

Irvine, CA

Supported by Batdorf & Rodney. Poster.


1974.08.17

McCabe's Guitar Shop

Santa Monica, CA

Set: The Late Show / For A Dancer / The Crow On The Cradle / For Everyman / Before The Deluge (with Beth Fitchet). Accompanied by David Lindley, Jai Winding and Doug Haywood.


some details missing

In the Fall of 1974 Jackson began a tour with Bonnie Raitt opening on most dates although Wendy Waldman did substitute at some. Most of the dates below come from Rolling Stone Calendar. Bonnie Raitt's itinerary differed slightly as she played a few odd dates independently and there are some that may well have been with Jackson but remain unconfirmed. There was a full itinerary in Rolling Stone - the issue dated November 7 - but there is cotradictory evidence for a handful of shows.Band: Jackson Browne (vocals, guitars); David Lindley (guitars, violin); Larry Zack (drums); Doug Haywood (bass); Jai Winding (keyboards)

1974.09.20

Paramount Northwest

Seattle, WA

With Bonnie Raitt. Article.

1974.09.21

Paramount Northwest

Portland, OR

With Bonnie Raitt. Article. Ticket.

1974.09.25

Berkeley Community Theatre

Berkeley, CA

With Bonnie Raitt.

1974.09.26

Memorial Auditorium

Sacramento, CA

With Bonnie Raitt.

1974.09.27

Robertson Gym UC Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara, CA

With Honk. Poster.

1974.09.28&29

Santa Monica Civic Auditorium

Santa Monica, CA

With Bonnie Raitt.

1974.10.03

Golden Hall

San Diego, CA

With Bonnie Raitt.

1974.10.04

Celebrity Theatre

Phoenix, AZ

With Bonnie Raitt.

1974.10.06

Popejoy Hall, University of New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM

With Bonnie Raitt. Article.

1974.10.07

Auditorium

Denver, CO

With Bonnie Raitt. Poster.

1974.10.13

Allen Theatre

Cleveland, OH

With Bonnie Raitt. Set list. Ad.  Oct 11 Bonnie plays Avery Fisher Hall

1974.10.14

Century Theatre

Buffalo, NY

With Bonnie Raitt. Rolling Stone has Kleinhams.

1974.10.16

Massey Hall

Toronto, ON, Canada

With Bonnie Raitt.

1974.10.17

Bushnell Memorial Auditorium

Hartford, CT

1974.10.18

Orpheum Theatre

Boston, MA

With Wendy Waldman.

1974.10.19

Palace Theatre

Providence, RI

With Bonnie Raitt.

1974.10.20

Gym, SUNY

Plattsburg, NY

With Bonnie Raitt.

1974.10.21

Palace Theatre

Albany, NY

With Wendy Waldman. Article. Bonnie Raitt played Orpheum Theatre in Boston.

1974.10.22

Felt Forum

New York City, NY

With Wendy Waldman. Review. Bonnie Raitt played Washington D.C..

1974.10.23


University Auditorium Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA


With Bonnie Raitt

1974.10.24

Convention Hall

Asbury Park, NJ

With Bonnie Raitt. Bonnie played the next night (25th) at Burlington Memorial Auditorium as a benefit concert for Liberty Union. Rolling Stone has Academy of Music, Philadelphia, PA

1974.10.24

Academy of Music

Philadelphia, PA

Rolling Stone ad. Was Asbury Park added?

1974.10.25

Tower Theatre

Upper Darby, PA

two shows


October 26, 1974 Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ

With Bonnie Raitt Set: Redneck Friend / Ready Or Not / Late For The Sky / Fountain Of Sorrow / For Everyman / For a Dancer /Rock Me On The Water / Walking Slow (with Freebo on tuba) / The Road And The Sky / Before The Deluge / Doctor My Eyes / Take It Easy > (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher / Big Boy Pete > Function At The Junction (with Bonnie Raitt and Freebo)

October 27, 1974 DAR Constitution Hall, Washington DC (supported by Bill & Taffy)

October 28, 1974 Richmond Mosque, Richmond, VA (With Bonnie Raitt)

October 30, 1974 Greensboro Auditorium, Greensboro, NC (With Bonnie Raitt)

October 31, 1974 Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA (With Bonnie Raitt)

1974.11.01

Foster Hall, University of Alabama

Tuscaloosa, AL

Bonnie itinerary has her in Knoxville, T; Jackson Rolling Stone itinerary has him at the Civic Auditorium Nashville, TN

1974.11.02

Convention Center

Louisville, KY

With Bonnie Raitt.

1974.11.03

North Hall

Memphis, TN

With Bonnie Raitt.

1974.11.04

Grand Ole Opry

Nashville, TN

With Bonnie Raitt.

1974.11.11

Minneapolis Orchestra Hall

Minneapolis, MN

1974.11.12

Riverside Theater

Milwaukee, WI

1974.11.13

Auditorium Theatre

Chicago, IL

With Bonnie Raitt. Calendar.

1974.11.14

Murat Masonic Theatre

Indianapolis, IN

With Wendy Waldman.

1974.11.15

Kiel Auditorium

St Louis, MS

Rolling Stone has Ambassador Theater

1974.11.17

Memorial Hall

Kansas City, KS

1974.11.18

Slacel Auditorium, University of North Dakota

Grand Forks, ND

1974.11.19

Pershing Municipal Auditorium

Lincoln, NB

With Bonnie Raitt. Ad.

1974.11.20

Tulsa Assembly Center

Tulsa, OK

Set list. Rolling Stone has Oral Roberts University.

1974.11.21

Civic Center

Oklahoma City, OK

With Bonnie Raitt. Rolling Stone has Transport Building.

1974.11.22

McFarlin Auditorium, SMU

Dallas, TX

With Bonnie Raitt. Article.

1974.11.23

Houston Music Hall

Houston, TX

With Bonnie Raitt.

1974.11.24

Austin Municipal Auditorium

Austin, TX

With Bonnie Raitt.

1974.11.27

Waikiki Shell

Honolulu, HI

With Bonnie Raitt. Poster.


1974.12.31

Shrine Auditorium

Los Angeles, CA

Guest at Eagles show with Linda Ronstadt, Joe Walsh and J D Souther..


1975

1975.01.31 Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA

Opening for Jesse Colin Young. A benefit for the Sierra Club. Set included: Take It Easy / Don't Lead Me On / Fountain Of Sorrow / Song For Adam / Deportee (with Terry Reid) / For Everyman / Wake Up Little Suzie (with Kenny Loggins) / unknown title (with Kenny Loggins and Terry Reid) / Will The Circle Be Unbroken


February 23, 1975 Northern Arizona University Men's Gymnasium, Flagstaff, AZ (Benefit for the Coconino Citizens Association, supporting The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band)


In early 1975 Jackson began a tour with Phoebe Snow opening. Most of the dates below come from Rolling Stone. Many dates featured early and late performances and it is likely that some of the dates below omit that information. Band: Jackson Browne(vocals, guitars, piano); David Lindley (guitars, violin); Larry Zack (drums); Dennis Kovarik (bass); Wayne Cook (piano, organ); Herb Pedersen (guitars, banjo, conga, vocals); Chris Smith (pedal steel guitar, vocals).

1975.03.01


Mobile, AL


1975.03.02

McAlister Auditorium, Tulane University

New Orleans, LA

two shows

Set for early show: A Child in These Hills / Rock Me On The Water / Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies / Take It Easy / Our Lady of the Well / For A Dancer / Ready Or Not / Fountain Of Sorrow / For Everyman / Walking Slow / Doctor My Eyes / These Days / The Road And The Sky / Before The Deluge Set for late show: A Child in These Hills / Rock Me On The Water / Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies / Take It Easy / Our Lady of the Well / For A Dancer / Ready Or Not / Fountain Of Sorrow / For Everyman / Walking Slow / Doctor My Eyes / These Days / The Road And The Sky  Later broadcast by WTUL-FM


March 3, 1975 Monroe, LA

March 5, 1975 City Auditorium, Jackson, MS (With Phoebe Snow)

March 6, 1975 Municipal Auditorium, Birmingham, AL

March 7, 1975 Civic Auditorium, Jacksonville, FL (2 shows, With Phoebe Snow)

March ?, 1975 St. John's University, New York City, NY (Unconfirmed)

March 10, 1975 University of Tennessee Stokely Athletics Center, Knoxville, TN

March 11, 1975 Mosque, Richmond, VA (With Phoebe Snow)

March 12, 1975 DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, DC (With Phoebe Snow)

March 14, 1975 Princeton University Dillon Gym, Princeton, NJ (With Phoebe Snow)

March 15, 1975 Cornell University Bailey Hall, Ithaca, NY (2 shows, With Phoebe Snow)

March 16, 1975 SUNY-Binghamton Men's Gym, Vestal, NY

Setlist: A Child In These Hills / Jamaica Say You Will / Rock Me On The Water / Come All You Fair & Tender Ladies / Take It Easy / Our Lady Of The Well / Song For Adam / For Everyman / Ready Or Not / Fountain Of Sorrow / Walking Slow / Doctor My Eyes / The Road And The Sky 

March 17, 1975 Memorial Auditorium, Burlington, VT

March 19, 1975 Calderone Music Hall, Hempstead, NY (With Phoebe Snow)

Setlist: A Child Of These Hills / Jamaica Say You Will / Rock Me On The Water / Come All Ye Fair And Tender Ladies / Take It Easy / Our Lady of the Well / Song for Adam / Ready Or Not / Fountain of Sorrow / For Everyman / Walking Slow / Doctor My Eyes / These Days / The Road and the Sky / Before the Deluge

March 20, 1975 Rutgers University Gym, New Brunswick, NJ

March 21, 1975 Newark, NJ

March 22, 1975 Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ (2 shows, With Phoebe Snow)

March 23, 1975 Hartford, CT

1975.03.26

Colden Hall, Queens College

New York City, NY

With Phoebe Snow.

1975.03.27&28

Tower Theatre

Upper Darby, PA

two shows

With Phoebe Snow. Set: A Child in These Hills / Jamaica Say You Will / Rock Me On The Water / Take It Easy > Our Lady of the Well / Ready Or Not / For a Dancer / Fountain of Sorrow / For Everyman / Doctor My Eyes > These Days / Walking Slow / The Road And The Sky / Before The Deluge

1975.03.29

Syria Mosque

Oakland, Pittsburgh, PA

With Phoebe Snow. Article. Other sources have this at Pittsburgh Civic Arena.

1975.04.03


Woolsey Hall  Yale University

New Haven, CT


two shows

Set for late show: A Child in These Hills / Jamaica Say You Will / Rock Me On The Water / Take It Easy / Our Lady Of The Well / Fountain Of Sorrow / Doctor My Eyes / These Days / Walking Slow / The Road And The Sky / Redneck Friend / Sweet Little Sixteen / Before the Deluge. WIOQ broadcast.

1975.04.13


Adelbert Gym  Case Western Reserve University

Cleveland, OH


two shows

With Phoebe Snow. Article.


1975.04.14


Regents Hall  Northern Kentucky State College

Highland Heights, KY


With Phoebe Snow.

1975.04.15


Dayton, OH

With Phoebe Snow.

1975.04.18

Field House, Aquinas College

Grand Rapids, MI

With Phoebe Snow.

1975.04.19


Hill Auditorium  University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, MI


With Phoebe Snow. Review.

1975.04.20


Evans Field House Northern Illinois University

De Kalb, IL


With Phoebe Snow.

1975.04.21


Miller Auditorium  Western Michigan University

Kalamazoo, MI


With Phoebe Snow. Ad.

1975.04.22

Uihlein Hall Performing Arts Center

Milwaukee, WI

two shows

With Phoebe Snow. Calendar.

1975.04.24

Hoch Auditorium, The University of Kansas

Lawrence, KS

With Phoebe Snow. Review. Set list.

1975.04.25

Omaha Civic Auditorium Music Hall

Omaha, NB

two shows

With Phoebe Snow. Calendar.

1975.04.26


Springfield, MO

1975.04.27

Century II Convention Hall

Wichita, KS

With Phoebe Snow.

1975.04.29

Regis College Fieldhouse

Denver, CO

With Phoebe Snow. or 28th?

1975.05.02

Freeborn Hall, UCDavis

Davis, CA

With Phoebe Snow.

1975.05.03

Berkeley Community Theatre

Berkeley, CA (2 shows with Phoebe Snow)

1975.05.04

San Jose Center for the Performing Arts

San Jose, CA

two shows

With Phoebe Snow.

1975.05.06

Tucson Community Center Music Hall

Tuscon, AZ

two shows

With Phoebe Snow. Ad. Review. Partial set: Take It Easy / For Everyman / Late For The Sky / Walking Slow / Ready Or Not / Fountain Of Sorrow / Before The Deluge / Redneck Friend

1975.05.07


Phoenix, AZ

1975.05.08

Golden Hall

San Diego, CA

With Phoebe Snow.

1975.05.10

Shrine Auditorium

Los Angeles, CA

With Phoebe Snow. Unconfirmed set: A Child in These Hills / Rock Me On The Water / Come All Ye Fair And Tender Ladies > Take It Easy > Our Lady of the Well / For A Dancer / Ready Or Not / Fountain of Sorrow

1975.05.11

Santa Barbara County Bowl

Santa Barbara, CA

With Phoebe Snow. Rather strangely there is a suggestion (in Grateful Dead circles) that Kingfish and Joe Walsh played this show. An alternative date has been given as April 20.

1975.05.13

Orange Coast College Auditorium

Costa Mesa, CA


1975.05.15

Memorial Hall, Chapman College

Orange, CA


1975.06.21

Wembley Stadium

London, England

Guest appearance during Eagles concert. Other artists were Elton John, The Beach Boys, Joe Walsh, Stackridge and Rufus.


1975.09.04-09

The Main Point

Bryn Mawr, PA

With David Lindley. There is conflicting evidence regarding these dates. Bruce Springsteen sources maintain that this was a 5-night benefit starting on Sept 3rd with Springsteen making a guest appearance on the 4th when he performed a solo acoustic rendition of Born To Run. The "final" show (always assumed to be Sept 7th but may actually be 9th) was simulcast on WMMR-FM. However a contemporaneous review suggests there were 12 sets in total suggesting 6 nights. The Main Point official list - now no longer on the web - also supports the 6 nights theory. They list James Cotton appearing on the 2nd, Nils Lofgren on the 3rd and Jackson starting on the 4th.  Set from the 4th: Come All Ye Fair And Tender Ladies / Take It Easy / instrumental fiddle reel / Jamaica Say You Will / Fountain of Sorrow / Long Distance Love / Poor Poor Pitiful Me / Your Sweet And Shiny Eyes / Little Red Lark* / banjo instrumental*(David Lindley solo) / fiddle instrumental* / Ready or Not / Hasten Down The Wind / For Everyman / Song For Adam / Doctor My Eyes / These Days /Before The Deluge / Runaway. *David Lindley solo

Set from the 7th: Come All Ye Fair And Tender Ladies / Take It Easy / Your Sweet And Shiny Eyes / Long Distance Love / Fountain of Sorrow / Jamaica Say You Will / Mohammed's Radio / Fiddlin' Around* / Banjo instrumental* / True Arkansas Traveller* / I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry* / Reel Of The Hanged Man* / For Everyman / The Times You've Come / Song for Adam / Cocaine / You Asshole You / Werewolves of London / Late For The Sky / For a Dancer / Doctor My Eyes / These Days / Hasten Down The Wind / Before the Deluge / Sit Down, Servant (fragment) / Do You Wanna Dance / Run, Boy, Run / Redneck Friend / Sweet Little Sixteen / Pipeline / Runaway / Your Bright Baby Blues. *David Lindley solo


September 20, 1975 Paramount Theatre, Oakland, CA (2 shows)

September 21, 1975 Seattle, WA (unconfirmed date)

September 22, 1975 Center for the Performing Arts, San Jose, CA (Benefit for Tom Hayden, with Linda Ronstadt who joins Jackson on "Take It Easy")

September 23, 1975 Fairgrounds Convention Center, Santa Maria, CA (Red Wind benefit)

September 25, 1975 Municipal Stadium, Phoenix, AZ (With The Eagles, Linda Ronstadt & Toots and the Maytals)

September 26, 1975 Institute For American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, NM (Benefit concert for the Sierra Club and the National Indian Youth Council with David Lindley. Supported by J D Souther)

September 27, 1975 Balboa Stadium, San Diego, CA (With The Eagles, Linda Ronstadt & Toots and the Maytals)

September 28, 1975 Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, CA (With The Eagles, Linda Ronstadt & Toots and the Maytals)

October 17, 1975 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (Guests for encores at Bonnie Raitt / Tom Waits show, performing "Your Sweet & Shiny Eyes" & "Blowin' Away" with Bonnie, Tom Waits, J.D. Souther & Joni Mitchell)

1976

March 4, 1976 Civic Theatre, San Diego, CA ('Yes on 15' benefit with Bonnie Raitt)


1976.03.05

Freeborn Hall UC Davis

Davis, CA

two shows

'Yes on 15' benefit with Jesse Colin Young.


1976.05.01

Hughes Stadium

Sacramento, CA

'Yes on 15' benefit with Linda Ronstadt, The Eagles and Jimmy Buffett. check


1976.05.14

Capitol Center

Landover, MD

Benefit for Jerry Brown with David Lindley, the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, Dan Fogelberg and Joe Walsh.


1976.07.27

Arcosanti

Cordes Junction, AZ

With David Lindley. Partial set: Fountain Of Sorrow / Song For Adam / Your Bright Baby Blues / PB / Sleep's Dark And Silent Gate / Before The Deluge check Rolling Stone


In October Jackson set out on a US tour with Orleans supporting (presumably for all dates but many remain unconfirmed). It has long been assumed in some quarters that Warren Zevon joined the tour midway through and opened some shows but to date there is no evidence to confirm that. Certainly at least four shows featured an unadvertised Valerie Carter and her band, and it is likely that she played other venues also. Band: Jackson Browne (vocals, guitars); David Lindley (guitars, violin); John Mauceri (drums); Bryan Garofolo (bass); Mark Jordan (piano, guitar); David Mason(organ); David Landau (guitars).

1976.10.01

Armory Fieldhouse, University of Cincinnati

Cincinnati, OH

Article.

1976.10.02

Columbus Vets Memorial Coliseum

Columbus, OH

Supported by Orleans.

1976.10.03

Syria Mosque

Pittsburgh, PA

Supported by Orleans. Article.

1976.10.05

Maple Leaf Gardens

Toronto, ON, Canada

Supported by Orleans.

1976.10.06

Century Theater

Buffalo, NY

Gregg Allman made a guest appearance on These Days.

1976.10.07

Dome Arena

Rochester, NY

Setlist: The Fuse / Farther On / For Everyman / Fountain of Sorrow / I Thought I Was a Child / Late for the Sky / The Only Child / Before the Deluge / The Pretender / The Road and the Sky / Sit Down Servant / Take It Easy / Walking Slow

1976.10.08

Civic Center

Springfield, MA

Supported by Orleans.

1976.10.09

Boston Music Hall

Boston, MA

two shows

Supported by Orleans. Review.  Set: The Fuse / Farther On / For Everyman / Fountain of Sorrow / I Thought I Was a Child / Late for the Sky / The Only Child / The Pretender / Before the Deluge / The Road And the Sky / Sit Down Servant / Walking Slow

1976.10.10

RPI Fieldhouse

Troy, NY

Supported by Orleans. Ticket suggests 14th?

1976.10.12

Patrick Gymnasium University of Vermont

Burlington, VT

Supported by Orleans.

1976.10.13

New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum

New Haven, CT

Supported by Orleans. Boxscore.

1976.10.14

Broome County Civic Center

Binghamton, NY

Supported by Orleans and Valerie Carter. Boxscore.

1976.10.15

Capitol Theatre

Passaic, NJ

two shows

Supported by Orleans. Early show set: The Fuse / Farther On / Sleep's Dark And Silent Gate / For Everyman / Fountain Of Sorrow / I Thought I Was A Child / How Long / The Only Child / The Pretender / Before The Deluge / The Road And The Sky / Sit Down Servant / Walking Slow 

Late show set: The Fuse / Farther On / Sing My Songs To Me / For Everyman / Fountain Of Sorrow / These Days / The Only Child / The Pretender / The Road And The Sky / Sit Down Servant / Cocaine / Before The Deluge

1976.10.16&17

Palladium

New York City, NY

two shows  each night

Supported by Orleans and Valerie Carter with the Deep Strokin' Band. Review.  Set 16 late: The Fuse / Sleep's Dark And Silent Gate / For Everyman / Fountain Of Sorrow / Prisoner of Time / Late For The Sky / The Only Child / Walking Slow / The Pretender / Rock Me On The Water / Before The Deluge / The Road And The Sky / Sit Down Servant > Gloria / Cocaine  

Set 17 late: The Fuse / Farther On / For Everyman / Late For The Sky / For A Dancer / The Only Child / Before The Deluge / Walking Slow / The Road And The Sky / Sit Down Servant / The Pretender

October 20, 1976 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Orleans)

October 21, 1976 LeHigh University Grace Hall, Bethlehem, PA

October 22, 1976 University Of Virginia Hall, Charlottesville, VA (Orleans and Valerie Carter with the Deep Strokin' Band)

October 23, 1976 College of William & Mary Hall, Williamsburg, VA

October 24-25, 1976 DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, DC (supported by Orleans)

October 27, 1976 Civic Center, Atlanta, GA

October 28, 1976 University of Georgia Coliseum, Athens, GA (Supported by Orleans and Valerie Carter with the Deep Strokin' Band)

October 29, 1976 Civic Auditorium, Jacksonville, FL (supported by Orleans)

October 30, 1976 Civic Center Arena, Lakeland, FL

October 31, 1976 Jai Alai Fronton, Miami, FL (supported by Orleans)

1976.11.02

Mobile Municipal Auditorium

Mobile, AL (Supported by Orleans and Valerie Carter with the Deep Strokin' Band)

1976.11.03

Municipal Auditorium

Birmingham, AL

Supported by Orleans.

1976.11.04

Grand Ole Opry House

Nashville, TN

Supported by Orleans.

1976.11.05

Memorial Coliseum, University of Kentucky

Lexington, KY

Supported by Orleans and Valerie Carter with the Deep Strokin' Band. Review.  Set: The Fuse / Doctor My Eyes / The Pretender / Here Come Those Tears Again / Late for the Sky / For a Dancer / Fountain of Sorrow / Redneck Friend / Ready or Not / Rock Me on the Water

1976.11.06

"Soundstage" WTTW-TV studio

Chicago, IL

broadcast date

Set: The Fuse / Rock Me On The Water / Late for the Sky / The Road And The Sky / Farther On / Fountain Of Sorrow / Before The Deluge / Walking Slow / I Thought I Was A Child / The Pretender

1976.11.07

Milwaukee Auditorium

Milwaukee, WI

Supported by Orleans. Calendar.

1976.11.08

Auditorium Theatre

Chicago, IL

Supported by Orleans. Calendar.

1976.11.10

Memorial Hall

Kansas City, KS

Partial set: The Fuse / Farther On / Rock Me On The Water / For Everyman / The Only Child / The Road And The Sky / Sit Down Servant. A number of sources have this show as October 11. However a November date is far more logical from a geographical viewpoint.

1976.11.12

Tulsa, OK

1976.11.13

Austin, TX

The Texas shows are a little mysterious - a show at the Municipal Auditorium in San Antonio on the 14th was cancelled early but tickets for that show were apparently valid for Austin on the 13th. There is, however, no evidence that the Austin show took place. Texas Monthly advertised a show on the 14th at Hofheinz Pavilion and a show definitely took place in Houston on the 15th.

1976.11.14

Hofheinz Pavilion, University of Houston

Houston, TX

1976.11.15

The Summit

Houston, TX

Ticket.

1976.11.18

JB Leavey Center, University of Santa Clara

Santa Clara, CA

Supported by Orleans.

1976.11.19&20

Paramount Theatre

Oakland, CA

two shows on 20th

Supported by Orleans. Finished at 5 a.m. on 21st.

1976.11.21

Acker Gym, CSU Chico

Chico, CA

Supported by Orleans and Valerie Carter.

1976.11.24

Anaheim Convention Center

Anaheim, CA

Supported by Valerie Carter.

1976.11.26

Shrine Auditorium

Los Angeles, CA

Supported by Valerie Carter

November 30, 1976 Oakland, CA (supported by Warren Zevon) ?

Immediately after the US tour Jackson and band travelled to Europe for the first time and Warren Zevon opened the shows there. A few general details are known - the tour reportedly visited nine countries; Heidelberg was the only show in Germany and the gap between Heidelberg and London suggests that a number of shows are missing. Band: Jackson Browne (vocals, guitars); David Lindley (guitars, violin); John Mauceri (drums); Bryan Garofolo (bass); Mark Jordan (piano, guitar); David Mason (organ).

December 1, 1976 Karen, Stockholm, SWE (supported by Warren Zevon)

December 4, 1976 Palace Theatre, Manchester, ENG (supported by Warren Zevon)

Setlist: The Fuse / Farther On / For Everyman / The Only Child / Late For The Sky / Fountain Of Sorrow / I Thought I Was A Child / Something Fine / For A Dancer / Walking Slow / The Road And The Sky / Before The Deluge / Take It Easy / The Pretender / Doctor My Eyes

December 5, 1976 Apollo, Glasgow, SCOT (supported by Warren Zevon)

Setlist: The Fuse / Farther On / For Everyman / The Only Child / Late for the Sky / Fountain of Sorrow / For a Dancer / Rock Me on the Water / Walking Slow / The Road and the Sky / Before the Deluge / Take It Easy (Eagles cover) / Doctor My Eyes / The Pretender

December 7, 1976 BBC Shepherd's Bush, London, ENG (UK TV "Old Grey Whistle Test". Possibly recorded the previous day)

Setlist: Something Fine / For Everyman / Fountain Of Sorrow / The Only Child / For A Dancer / Mohammed's Radio (Warren Zevon with JB) / The Pretender

December 8, 1976 VPRO Studios, Hilversum, NED (Radio broadcast with Warren Zevon)

Setlist: These Days / Cocaine / Linda Paloma / Mohammed's Radio / Frank And Jesse James / Hasten Down The Wind / Desperados Under The Eaves / Excitable Boy / For A Dancer / Something Fine / Carmelita / Werewolves of London.

December 9, 1976 Rai Congres Building, Amsterdam, NED (supported by Warren Zevon)

December 10, 1976 Congresgebouw, Den Haag, NED (supported by Warren Zevon)

December 11, 1976 Stadhalle, Heidelberg, GER (supported by Warren Zevon)

Setlist: The Fuse / Farther On / For Everyman / The Only Child / Late For The Sky / Fountain Of Sorrow / For A Dancer / Rock Me On The Water / Walking Slow / The Road And The Sky / Before The Deluge / Take It Easy / Doctor My Eyes / The Pretender

December 14, 1976 Storsalen Chateau Neuf, Oslo, NOR (supported by Warren Zevon)

December 17-18, 1976 New Victoria Theatre, London, ENG (supported by Warren Zevon)

1977

In early February Jackson performs at a series of "Pacific Alliance - We Don't Need Nuclear Power" benefit concerts accompanied by David Lindley, Mark Jordan, David Mason, and David Landau.

February 3, 1977 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA ("Pacific Alliance - We Don't Need Nuclear Power" Benefit, supported by Warren Zevon)

February 4, 1977 Paramount Theater, Portland, OR ("Pacific Alliance - We Don't Need Nuclear Power" Benefit, supported by Warren Zevon)

February 5, 1977 Paramount Northwest, Seattle, WA ("Pacific Alliance - We Don't Need Nuclear Power" Benefit, supported by Warren Zevon)

Setlist: Rock Me On The Water / Fountain Of Sorrow / For Everyman / Something Fine / For A Dancer / Late For The Sky / Walking Slow / Red Neck Friend / Take It Easy / Doctor My Eyes / These Days / Here Come Those Tears Again / Sleep's Dark And Silent Gate / Before The Deluge / The Pretender / Cocaine [dime]

February 7, 1977 Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA (United Farm Workers Benefit concert with Joan Baez & Warren Zevon)

February 9, 1977 San Jose Center for the Performing Arts, San Jose, CA (Save The Whales Benefit, with Warren Zevon)

In late February Jackson embarks upon his first tours of Australia and Japan. All shows in Australia were supported by Maria Muldaur and her band. Any support in Japan remains unconfirmed. 

Band: Jackson Browne (vocals, guitars); David Lindley (lap steel guitars, violin, vocals); John Mauceri (drums); Brian Garofolo (bass); Mark Jordan (piano); David Mason (organ).

February 24, 1977 Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, AUS

February 26, 1977 Festival Hall, Brisbane, AUS

February 27, 1977 Civic Theatre, Newcastle, AUS

February 28, 1977 Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, AUS

March 1-2, 1977 Festival Hall, Melbourne, AUS

March 4-5, 1977 Entertainment Centre, Perth, AUS

March 8-9, 1977 Festival Theatre, Adelaide, AUS

March 11, 1977 Festival Hall, Melbourne, AUS

March 12, 1977 Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, AUS

March 16 & 18, 1977 Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, JPN

Set for 16th: Take It Easy / The Fuse / Rock Me On The Water / Fountain Of Sorrow / For Everyman / Late For The Sky / The Only Child / For A Dancer / Walking Slow / The Road And The Sky / band jam / Before The Deluge / The Pretender / Doctor My Eyes / Redneck Friend / Do You Wanna Dance > Sweet Little Sixteen possibly 18th

Alternate set: The Fuse / Rock Me On The Water / Fountain Of Sorrow / For Everyman / Take It Easy / The Only Child / For A Dancer / Song For Adam / Walking Slow / The Road And The Sky / Doctor My Eyes / These Days / Before The Deluge / The Pretender / Late For The Sky / Do You Wanna Dance / Redneck Friend

March 20, 1977 Shinjyuku Koseinenkin Hall, Tokyo, JPN

Setlist: Take It Easy / The Fuse / Rock Me On The Water / Fountain of Sorrow / For Everyman / Late for the Sky / The Only Child / Doctor My Eyes > These Days / For a Dancer / Cocaine > Going to the City (excerpt) / Here Come Those Tears Again / Sleep's Dark and Silent Gate / Walking Slow / Before the Deluge / The Pretender / Do You Wanna Dance > Redneck Friend / Sweet Little Sixteen

March 23, 1977 Kanagawa Prefecture Hall, Yokohama, JPN

Setlist: Take It Easy / The Fuse / Rock Me on the Water / Here Come Those Tears Again / Fountain of Sorrow / Late for the Sky / For a Dancer / Song for Adam / Something Fine / Walking Slow / The Road and the Sky / These Days / For Everyman / Sleep's Dark and Silent Gate / The Pretender / Redneck Friend > Sweet Little Sixteen

March 24, 1977 Festival Hall, Osaka, JPN

Setlist: Take It Easy / The Fuse / Rock Me On The Water / Fountain Of Sorrow / For Everyman / For A Dancer / Late For The Sky / Song For Adam / Doctor My Eyes / These Days / The Only Child / Walking Slow / The Road And Sky / Before The Deluge / The Pretender / Do You Wanna Dance / Red Neck Friend / Sweet Little Sixteen / Cocaine

April 9-10, 1977 Harumi Dome, Tokyo, JPN (Japan Celebrates the Whale & Dolphin - "the Seas Must Live". Sponsored by the Dolphin Project)

July 16-17, 1977 Trax, New York City, NY (Jackson performs The Pretender accompanied by Lee Sklar, Russ Kunkel, Craig Doerge, Danny Kortchmar and Clarence McDonald after a James Taylor show at Nassau Coliseum)

In mid-August 1977 Jackson set out on a short five week tour. Most of the shows were recorded and his Running On Empty LP compiled from the tapes. There is no evidence of a support act for this tour although The Section (comprising of Kunkel, Sklar, Doerge and Kortchmar) were reported as opening on many shows.

Band: Jackson Browne (vocals, guitars); David Lindley (lap steel guitars, violin, vocals); Russ Kunkel (drums); Leland Sklar (bass); Craig Doerge (keyboards); Danny Kortchmar (guitars); Doug Haywood (guitars, vocals); Rosemary Butler (vocals).

August 11-12, 1977 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO

Setlist: The Fuse / Rock Me On The Water / Linda Paloma / The Late Show / Here Come Those Tears Again / Love Needs A Heart / For Everyman / The Road / Cocaine / For A Dancer / You Love The Thunder / Running On Empty / Before The Deluge / Sleep's Dark And Silent Gate / The Pretender

August 15, 1977 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH

August 17, 1977 SIU Edwardsville Campus, Edwardsville, IL (Headlining The Mississipi River Festival)

August 20, 1977 Castle Farms, Charlevoix, MI

August 21-22, 1977 Pine Knob Music Center, Clarkston, MI

August 23, 1977 Ravinia, Chicago, IL (Supported by The Section)

August 26-27, 1977 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD

August 30, 1977 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA

August 31, 1977 Robin Hood Dell, Philadelphia, PA

September 1, 1977 Saratoga Performing Arts Centre, Saratoga Springs, NY

September 2, 1977 Tanglewood Music Shed, Lenox, MA

September 3, 1977 Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland ME

September 6-7, 1977 Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ

September 11, 1977 Concord Pavilion, Concord, CA (Supported by The Section)

September 12, 1977 County Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA

September 13-18, 1977 Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA (Supported by The Section)

Setlist 13th: The Fuse / Rock Me On The Water / The Late Show / Here Come Those Tears Again / Love Needs A Heart / For A Dancer / Cocaine / The Road / For Everyman / You Love The Thunder / Running On Empty / Before The Deluge / Sleep's Dark And Silent Gate / The Pretender (additional songs possibly 13th also include The Road and the Sky / Doctor My Eyes / The Load Out / Stay)

September 24, 1977 NBC-TV Studio 8H, New York City, NY (US TV "Saturday Night Live" Performing "Running On Empty" & "The Pretender")

October 2, 1977 Arcosanti, Cordes Junction, AZ ("Celebration of Health and Healing" with David Lindley. Also appearing during the two day festival were the Paul Winter Consort, the Gary Burton Quartet, McCoy Tyner & his Sextet and a number of other artists. Jackson's performance was interrupted for 30 mins by a firearms incident)

October 8, 1977 Troubadour, Santa Monica, CA (2 sets, Club benefit concert)

October 9, 1977 Greek Theatre, Berkeley, CA ("Bread & Roses" concert accompanied by David Lindley. Also appearing were Terry Garthwaite and Toni Brown, Richie Havens, The Persuasions, Country Joe McDonald, Maria Muldaur, Josh White Jr. and Buffy Sainte-Marie. Set: Jamaica Say You Will / Come All Ye Fair And Tender Ladies / Take It Easy / The Pretender / Deportees [with Terry Reid] / The Foggy Foggy Dew [with Terry Reid] / For A Dancer / Rosie [with Joel Bernstein] / For Everyman / Just A Closer Walk With Thee [ensemble]

December 31, 1977 Forum, Inglewood, CA (supported by Bonnie Raitt & Warren Zevon)

1978

In January Jackson resumes his national tour. Karla Bonoff would appear to have supported at all dates although she was not advertised individually for many.  Band: Jackson Browne (vocals, piano, guitars); David Lindley (lap steel guitars, violin, vocals); Russ Kunkel (drums); Leland Sklar (bass); Craig Doerge (keyboards); Danny Kortchmar (guitars); Doug Haywood (guitars, vocals); Rosemary Butler (vocals).

Jackson Browne US Tour January 1978

1978.01.11 Civic Center, Albuquerque, NM (With Karla Bonoff)

1978.01.12

Special Events Center, University of Texas

El Paso, TX (With Karla Bonoff)

1978.01.14

Tarrant County Convention Center

Fort Worth, TX (With Karla Bonoff)

1978.01.15

Municipal Auditorium

San Antonio, TX

1978.01.16

Municipal Auditorium

Austin, TX (With Karla Bonoff)

1978.01.17

Summit

Houston, TX (With Karla Bonoff)

1978.01.19 University of Oklahoma Lloyd Noble Center, Norman, OK (With Karla Bonoff)

Set: Something Fine / Take It Easy / The Fuse / Here Come Those Tears Again / Late For The Sky / Your Bright Baby Blues / Rock Me On The Water / Jamaica Say You Will / Cocaine / For A Dancer / Doctor My Eyes / Running On Empty / Shaky Town / Love Needs A Heart / Before The Deluge / The Late Show / The Pretender / The Load Out / Stay / The Road And The Sky

1978.01.20

Hammons Center, Missouri State University

Springfield, MO (With Karla Bonoff)

1978.01.22

Mississippi Coliseum

Jackson, MS (With Karla Bonoff)

1978.01.23

The Centroplex

Baton Rouge, LA (With Karla Bonoff)

1978.01.24

Municipal Auditorium

Mobile, AL (With Karla Bonoff)

1978.01.25

Civic Center

Atlanta, GA (With Karla Bonoff)

1978.01.26

Boutwell Municipal Auditorium

Birmingham, AL (With Karla Bonoff)

Set: Take It Easy / The Fuse / Here Come Those Tears Again / Late For The Sky / Fountain of Sorrow / Your Bright Baby Blues / Rock Me On The Water / Cocaine / Song For Adam / Doctor My Eyes / Running On Empty / Shaky Town / Love Needs A Heart / You Love the Thunder / The Pretender / The Load Out > Stay. Ticket.

1978.01.28

Bay Front Center

St. Petersburg, FL (With Karla Bonoff)

Set: Take It Easy / The Fuse / Here Come Those Tears Again / Late For The Sky / Fountain Of Sorrow / Your Bright Baby Blues / Rock Me On The Water / Cocaine / For A Dancer / Doctor My Eyes / Love Needs A Heart / Running On Empty / Walking Slow / Before The Deluge / You Love The Thunder / The Late Show / The Pretender / The Load Out > Stay / The Road and the Sky

1978.01.29

Jai-Alai Fronton

Miami, FL (With Karla Bonoff)


The US tour resumes in March 1978 - reportedly 18 dates though some may be missing. There is a conspicuous gap between April 9 and 18. No support was advertised. It is quite probable that Jim Gordon is now on drums. He is reported to have been recruited for "the spring" leg of the tour. As he is also drumming at the Columbia show in August, and Charlotte in September, it is assumed that he saw the tour through to the end of the year.

1978.03.18 &19

State Fair Music Hall at State Park

Dallas, TX

1978.03.21

Arena

Omaha, NB

Setlist: Take It Easy / The Fuse / Fountain of Sorrow / Here Come Those Tears Again / Before the Deluge / Your Bright Baby Blues / Rock Me on the Water / Cocaine / Rosie / For a Dancer / Doctor My Eyes / These Days / For Everyman / Walking Slow / Running on Empty / Love Needs a Heart / The Pretender / The Load-Out > Stay / The Road and the Sky

1978.03.23

Kiel Auditorium

St Louis, MO

1978.03.24

Riverfront Coliseum

Cincinnati, OH

1978.03.27

Municipal Auditorium

Nashville, TN

Set: Take It Easy / The Fuse / Fountain Of Sorrow / Here Come Those Tears Again / Before The Deluge / Your Bright Baby Blues / Rock Me On The Water / Cocaine / Rosie / For a Dancer / Doctor My Eyes / These Days / For Everyman / Running On Empty / Love Needs A Heart / The Pretender / The Load Out > Stay / The Road And The Sky . Often misdated as February 22.

1978.03.28

Civic Auditorium, with Karla Bonoff

Knoxville, TN

1978.03.29

Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis Fairgrounds

Memphis, TN

Ticket.

1978.03.31

Rupp Arena

Lexington, KY

Bonnie Raitt website lists a No Nukes show in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.

1978.04.02

Memorial Gym, Kent State University

Cleveland, OH

With Karla Bonoff.

1978.04.04

St John Arena, The Ohio State University

Columbus, OH


1978.04.05

University of Dayton Arena

Dayton, OH

1978.04.06

Anderson Arena  Bowling Green State University

Bowling Green, OH

1978.04.07

Millet Hall, Miami University

Oxford, OH

1978.04.09

McGaw Hall, Northwestern University

Evanston, IL

Ticket.

1978.04.12

Crisler Arena, University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, MI

1978.04.14

Centennial Hall

Toeldo, OH

1978.04.18

St Paul Civic Center

St Paul, MN

1978.04.19

Hilton Coliseum, Iowa State Center

Ames, IA

1978.04.20

University of Iowa Fieldhouse

Iowa City, IA

1978.04.21

Township Auditorium

Columbia, SC

"Palmetto Alliance" benefit concert.  Set: Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies > Take it Easy / Jamaica Say You Will / Looking Into You / Fountain of Sorrow / For Everyman / Linda Paloma / Cocaine / Rosie / For A Dancer / Reel Of The Hanged Man / The Crow on the Cradle / Before the Deluge / Running on Empty / The Load-Out > Stay (with John Sebastian) / The Pretender / Will The Circle Be Unbroken?


1978.04.30

unknown campsite

Barnwell, SC

Protest activities April 29 - May 1 organised by Palmetto Alliance from a 25 acre campsite on local farmland near Allied General Nuclear Services reprocessing plant at Barnwell. April 30 featured music and speeches. Although reports suggested that a large circus tent would be available other reports indicate that the evening was brought to a close by an outdoor performance at the campsite by Jackson Browne.


1978.05.03

Lincoln Memorial

Washington DC

"Sun Day" a sunset celebration. Also speeches by Robert Redford, Ralph Nader and others. Jackson performance unconfirmed.


1978.05.09

The Palladium

New York City, NY

"Karen Silkwood Defense Fund" benefit concert with David Lindley and Bonnie Raitt. Some confusion over this date as thought by some to be 1979.


1978.05.22

Rapid City Civic Center

Rapid City, SD

"Black Hills Alliance" benefit concert with Bonnie Raitt and John Trudell.


1978.05.24

Tulsa City Park

Tulsa, OK

"Stop Black Fox" benefit concert with Bonnie Raitt and Danny O'Keefe.


1978.05.26

St. Paul Civic Center

St. Paul, MN

"Northern Sun Alliance" benefit concert with Bonnie Raitt, John Trudell, Danny O'Keefe


1978.06.08


Terrace Theater  Long Beach Convention Center

Long Beach, CA


Benefit concert for the Anne Sippi Clinic.  Set: Jamaica Say You Will / Looking Into You / Something Fine / Linda Paloma / The Times You've Come / Song For Adam / The Fuse / Fountain of Sorrow / Here Come Those Tears Again / Before the Deluge / Your Bright Baby Blues / Rock Me on the Water / Cocaine / Rosie / For a Dancer / Doctor My Eyes / These Days / For Everyman / Running on Empty / Love Needs a Heart / Nothing But Time / You Love the Thunder / The Load-Out > Stay / The Pretender / The Road and the Sky

June 9, 1978 Spartan Stadium, San Jose, CA (supported by Jimmy Buffet & Warren Zevon)

June 10-11, 1978 Calaveras County Fairgrounds, Angels Camp, CA (5th annual Mountain Aire concert, supported by Jimmy Buffet & Warren Zevon)


1978.06.23

Orpheum Theatre

Boston, MA

two shows

Benefit for the "Clamshell Alliance" and "Clearwater Sloop" with David Lindley. Also Pete Seeger and John Hall.  Full set: John Henry's Hammer / Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies / Sailing On / The First 6 Days / Where Have All the Flowers Gone / For Everyman / The Crow on the Cradle / Guantanamera / Late for the Sky / Both Sides Now / Who Could Ask or More / Power / Plutonium Is Forever / Before the Deluge / Saz solo / Little Birdie / Well May the World Go / The Pretender / Running on Empty / Cocaine / Rosie / Legal Illegal / Garbage / The Lion Sleeps Tonight / The Load Out > Stay / Amazing Grace / If I Had a Hammer / Will the Circle Be Unbroken / Oh Happy Day.


1978.06.24

Seabrook nuclear power plant

Seabrook, NH

Rally against power plant construction with Pete Seeger, John Hall. Speakers included Dr. Benjamin Spock, Dr. Barry Commoner, Dick Gregory, Sarah Nelson, Dianne Garand, Dr. John Gofman and Amory Lovins. 20 minute film and video commercially available.


1978.07.25

Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium

Santa Cruz, CA

two shows

Benefit for Solar Cal with David Lindley and Danny O'Keefe - guest appearances by Bonnie Raitt, Bob "Frizz" Fuller and Rambling Jack Elliott.  Set list late show: Before the Deluge / Looking Into You / Linda Paloma / Song for Adam / Just Like Forever / Doctor My Eyes > Love Needs a Heart / You Asshole You / The Times You've Come (with Bonnie Raitt) / Cocaine / Tiki Torches at Twilight (Frizz Fuller) / Rosie / For a Dancer / Don't Think Twice It's Alright (Rambling Jack Elliott) / Fountain of Sorrow / The Crow On the Cradle / The Pretender / The Load-Out > Stay


1978.07.30

Arrowhead Stadium

Kansas City, KS

Guest appearance with The Eagles - some reports said he plays piano (Rolling Stone says guitar) on Take It Easy. Also appearing Linda Ronstadt and Dan Fogelberg.


Whether the following represents a "fourth leg" of the tour that started in August 1977 or has an identity of its own is debatable. Nevertheless a further series of shows was undertaken. There appear to be gaps here and a full itinerary is currently unavailable. Some shows - eg Chicago - appear to have been announced locally as opposed to nationally. The show in Santa Barbara remains a mystery and may have taken place much earlier - possibly as a warm-up.

1978.08.04

Ravinia

Chicago, IL

1978.08.05

Summerfest Showgrounds Mainstage

Milwaukee, WI

Setlist: The Fuse / Fountain of Sorrow / Running on Empty / Rosie / Before the Deluge / Cocaine / For a Dancer / The Late Show / Your Bright Baby Blues / Walking Slow / Here Come Those Tears Again / The Road and the Sky / Sleep's Dark and Silent Gate / I Thought I Was a Child / You Love the Thunder / For Everyman / Love Needs a Heart / Nothing But Time / Just Like Forever / Doctor My Eyes / Rock Me on the Water / The Load-Out / Stay / The Pretender / Take It Easy

1978.08.07&08

Blossom Music Center

Cuyahoga Falls, OH

1978.08.10&11

Garden State Arts Center

Holmdel, NJ

1978.08.12&13

Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Uniondale, NY

Review. Ad.

1978.08.15

Tanglewood Music Shed

Lenox, MA

Ticket.

1978.08.16

Civic Center

Providence, RI

1978.08.18,19-20

Merriweather Post Pavilion

Columbia, MD

Filmed/recorded and possibly broadcast on TV in Australia on "Rock Arena". Often misidentified as a UK show broadcast by the BBC. Set 20: The Fuse / Here Come Those Tears Again / Rock Me On The Water / Cocaine / Rosie / Doctor My Eyes / These Days / Running On Empty / Love Needs A Heart / Nothing But Time / The Load-Out > Stay

1978.08.21&22

Robin Hood Dell West

Philadelphia, PA

Interview with Ed Sciaky broadcast.  Set 21: The Fuse / Fountain of Sorrow / Here Come Those Tears Again / I Thought I Was a Child / Your Bright Baby Blues / Before the Deluge / For a Dancer / Just Like Forever / Rosie / Cocaine / Doctor My Eyes / Walking Slow / Rock Me on the Water / Sleep’s Dark And Silent Gate /-For Everyman / Nothing But Time / You Love the Thunder / Running on Empty / Love Needs a Heart / The Late Show / The Pretender / The Load Out > Stay Second show confirmed by student newspaper.

1978.08.24

International Convention Center

Niagara Falls, NY

1978.08.25

War Memorial Auditorium

Rochester, NY

1978.08.27

Boston Garden

Boston, MA

Ad.

1978.08.28

Cumberland County Civic Centre

Portland, ME

1978.08.29

New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum

New Haven, CT

1978.08.31

Hampton Roads Coliseum

Hampton, VA

1978.09.02

Charlotte Coliseum

Charlotte, NC

1978.09.03


Chapman Music Hall Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Tulsa, OK 


A Karen Silkwood Stop Black Fox acoustic benefit concert with David Lindley and Special Guest.

1978                       

Santa Barbara County Bowl

Santa Barbara, CA

unknown date

Guest appearance by Joe Walsh. Could be 24 July 1981.


1978                       

Unknown waterfront club

Lahaina, HI

unknown date

Guest spot at Pamela Polland show


1978.10.     

"Soundstage" US TV                                  

unknown date

broadcast October 31. Probably a rebroadcast of 1976. Set:


1978       late           

Palomino

North Hollywood, CA

unknown date

Guest spot during Talent Night evening.  Set: Here Come Those Tears / She Thinks I Still Care / You Asshole You. Presumably the second song is the George Jones version.

1979

1979.01.17 Santa Barbara, CA  

Anti-LNG rally followed by March to the Lobero Theatre. Performance unconfirmed.


1979.01.26

The Forum

Inglewood, CA

"Abalone Alliance" benefit concert with Graham Nash Band: David Lindley, Joel Bernstein, Tim Drummond, Craig Doerge and Russ Kunkel. Set: The Fuse / Fountain Of Sorrow / Here Come Those Tears Again / Hold Out / Disco Apocalypse / The Crow On The Cradle / Before The Deluge / Running On Empty / I'll Fly Away / The Road And The Sky / The Late Show / The Pretender / The Load Out > Stay / Love Work Out / Doctor My Eyes / Teach Your Children. Last three with Graham Nash.

1979.01.27

Oakland Coliseum Arena

Oakland, CA

"Pacific Alliance" and "Abalone Alliance" benefit concert with Graham Nash. Set: The Fuse / Fountain Of Sorrow / Here Come Those Tears Again / Hold Out / Disco Apocalypse / The Crow On The Cradle / Song For Adam / Before The Deluge / Running On Empty / I'll Fly Away / The Road And The Sky / The Late Show / The Pretender / The Load Out > Stay / Love Work Out / Doctor My Eyes / Teach Your Children. Last three with Graham Nash.

1979.01.29

San Diego Sports Arena

San Diego, CA

"Abalone Alliance" benefit concert with Graham Nash. Set: The Fuse / Fountain Of Sorrow / Here Come Those Tears Again / Hold Out / Disco Apocalypse / The Crow On The Cradle / Song For Adam / Before The Deluge / Running On Empty / I'll Fly Away / The Road And The Sky / The Late Show / The Pretender / The Load Out > Stay / Love Work Out / Doctor My Eyes / Teach Your Children. Last three with Graham Nash.


1979.04.07

Civic Hall frontage

San Francisco, CA

"Stop Diablo Canyon" with Bonnie Raitt, John Hall, Joan Baez, Norton Buffalo & others. Reported in BAM. Same as below?

1979.04.09

Civic Center Park

San Francisco, CA

"Stop Diablo Canyon" with Mimi Farina, Bonnie Raitt, Graham Nash, Wavy Gravy, John Hall, Joan Baez.


1979.04.28

Rocky Flats

Rocky Flats, CO

"Stop Rocky Flats" rally with Bonnie Raitt.

1979.04.29

Mount Taylor

Mount Taylor, NM

"Stop Uranium Mining" rally with Bonnie Raitt, John Trudell and Eliza Gilkyson. Performance unconfirmed but suggested part set (including presumably Danny O'Keefe) : The Crow on the Cradle / Before the Deluge / Power / Where's Jimmy / Good Time Charlie's Got the Blues / Steel Guitar

1979.04.30

Rocky Flats

Rocky Flats, CO

"Stop Rocky Flats" rally with Bonnie Raitt. Performance unconfirmed. Appears on Bonnie Raitt website - but Saturday and Monday??


1979.05.06

Capitol Steps

Washington, D.C.

"No Nukes" with Graham Nash, Joel Bernstein, John Hall, Joni Mitchell, Dan Fogelberg, John Sebastian & David Lindley. Set: For Everyman / The Crow On The Cradle / Before the Deluge. Contributed backing vocals with Graham Nash during John Hall's performance of Power and Joni Mitchell's performances of Circle Game and Big Yellow Taxi. All artists joined Dan Fogelberg for There's a Place in the World for a Gambler.


1979.06.09

Greek Theatre

Berkeley, CA

"MUSE" benefit concert with Graham Nash, Bonnie Raitt and John Sebastian.


1979.06.10

Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood, CA

"Survival Sunday II" with Graham Nash, Holly Near, Joan Baez, Peter Yarrow, Melissa Manchester, Gil Scott Heron, Jocko Marcellino, Sweet Honey In The Rock. Joins Graham Nash during his set, along with David Lindley, for Crow On the Cradle andTeach Your Children (the latter with John Sebastian on harmonica and Doug Haywood on vocals). Also John Hall, Lily Tomlin, Robin Williams and John Sebastian.


1979.06.30

Camp San Luis Obispo airfield

San Luis Obispo, CA

"Stop Diablo Canyon" with David Lindley, Graham Nash, Jesse Colin Young, Peter, Paul & Mary and Bonnie Raitt. Jackson performs For Everyman solo. Also Before The Deluge and The Crow On The Cradle with Graham Nash. He joins Bonnie during her set, along with David Lindley, for Under the Falling Sky and Graham Nash during his set, along with Bonnie and David Lindley, for Power and Teach Your Children. Also in attendance were Governor Edmund G.Brown Jr., Mike Farrell and Daniel Ellsburg.


1979.07.05

Orpheum Theater

St. Paul, MN

"Northern Sun Alliance" benefit concert with Bonnie Raitt, Jesse Colin Young

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1979.07.06

Kammerer ranch

Rapid City, SD

"Stop Uranium Mining" rally with Bonnie Raitt, Jesse Colin Young - no performances confirmed.


1979.07.08

Mohawk Park

Tulsa, OK

Tulsa Sun Festival - "Stop Black Fox" & Karen Silkwood benefit concert with Bonnie Raitt, Danny O'Keefe and Jesse Colin Young. Accompanied by David Lindley. Set: For Everyman / The Times You've Come (with Bonnie Raitt) / The Crow on the Cradle / For a Dancer / The Pretender / Rosie / Cocaine / Running on Empty / Before the Deluge. Also backing vocals during Bonnie Raitt's version of Under A Falling Sky;Jesse Colin Young's Lafayette Waltz, Jambalaya and Light Shine; and final ensemble encores of Power and Get Together


1979.07.30

Dinah!   US TV

With Bonnie Raitt and The Doobie Brothers. The 90-minute show previewed the forthcoming MUSE concerts.


1979.08.04

The Forum

Inglewood, CA

Lowell George Tribute Concert with Nicolette Larson, Bonnie Raitt, Linda Ronstadt, David Lindley, Bill Payne, Paul Barrere, Ted Templeman, Rick Shlosser, Tower of Power horn section, Michael McDonald, Fran Payne, Rosemary Butler, Emmylou Harris, Brian Ahern, Kenney Gradney, Sam Clayton, Fred Tackett, Freebo, Craig Fuller, Eric Kaz, Pat Simmons and possibly others. Set: Under the Falling Sky (Bonnie vocals, Jackson organ and harmony) Love Needs a Heart / For a Dancer / Walking Slow (with The Tower Of Power Horns) / Your Bright Baby Blues / Here Come Those Tears Again (with Rosemary Butler & Bonnie) / Running On Empty (with Rosemary Butler & Doug Haywood) / Peace Divine (with J D Souther & Linda Ronstadt). Final encores from all: Willin' / Dixie Chicken.


1979.09.19-23

Madison Square Gardens

New York City, NY

"No Nukes (MUSE)" Concerts which variously featured The Doobie Brothers, Bonnie Raitt, John Hall, Graham Nash, James Taylor, Carly Simon, Nicolette Larson, Ry Cooder, Sweet Honey in the Rock, Gil Scott-Heron, Jesse Colin Young, Raydio, Chaka Khan, Poco, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band and Crosby, Stills & Nash. Set lists. Filmed. Selections released on 3LP and 2CD set. During these shows the following songs were performed: The Crow On The Cradle / Before The Deluge / The Pretender / Running On Empty / Get Together / Stay (with Bruce Springsteen)


1979.09.23

Battery Park

New York City, NY

"No Nukes" rally with Graham Nash, Bonnie Raitt, Pete Seeger, Jesse Colin Young, John Hall and Floyd Red Crow Westerman. FM radio broadcasts. Set: Running on Empty / How Long Have You Been Blind (with Floyd Red Crow Westerman) / Before the Deluge / The Pretender / The Road And The Sky. Also backup vocal during Power


October 20, 1979 Ventura County Fairgrounds Seaside Arena, Ventura, CA ("Planet Earth Involvement Faire" (in memory of Philip Cousteau) with Crosby, Stills & Nash, Jesse Colin Young and Poco)

October 22, 1979 Chicago Stadium, Chicago, IL (Reportedly joined the Eagles on their encores)

October 22, 1979 Blues Brothers Club, Chicago, IL (Jam with the Eagles and Dan Ackroyd after the Eagles show at Chicago Stadium)

October 27, 1979 Arlington Theatre, Santa Barbara, CA ("Point Conception Indian Center" benefit concert with Crosby, Stills & Nash, Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Roger McGuinn and Danny O'Keefe)