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1970

January 2-3 Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, UT Lee Michaels January 10 Lompoc High School, Lompoc, CA Lee Michaels February 6-7 Fillmore East, New York City, NY Chamber Brothers February 7 Gymnasium, College Of The Desert, Palm Springs, CA L. Michaels, Chapter Power Movement March 20 Walker Gymnasium, Foothill High School, Tustin, CA Smokestack Lightning March 27 Tustin High School, Tustin, CA April 4 Eagles Auditorium, Seattle, WA Poco cancels this show and the Byrds replace them on the bill. April 4 Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA Moody Blues, Steve Miller, Turley Richards April (UD) Storke Plaza, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA April 12, 1970 Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA (supporting John Sebastian) April 16 Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN Denny Brooks April 17-18 The Depot, Minneapolis, MN April 19 Mandel Hall, University Of Chicago, Chicago, IL John Sebastian April 26 Wessell Library, Tufts University, Medford, MA David Rea May 1 Nazareth College Arts Center, Rochester, NY Seals & Crofts, Ian & Sylvia, Bat McGrath and Don Potter Poco canceled this appearance. April 30-May 2, 1970 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (supported by Seatrain, John Fahey) May 14-17, 1970 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supporting Spirit) May 29-30 Mammoth Gardens, Denver, CO J. Sebastian and Ballin Jack Grand Funk Railroad was originally the headliner June 6 Palladium, Birmingham, MI All the Lonely People, Savage June 7 Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, OH (supported by Janis Joplin, Lee Michaels June 11 A Warehouse, New Orleans, LA (supporting The Rascals, Gypsy was originally booked to open) June 12 Freedom Hall, Louisville, KY Janis Joplin, Seatrain Poco canceled over billing disagreement with Seatrain June 13 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO Janis Joplin, Seatrain Show was canceled due to low ticket sales. June (UD) Tulsa, OK Janis Joplin According to Rusty, this was when Janis made a play for Jimmy Messina and was rejected.

June 18-20, 1970 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (supported by Brethren)

June (UD) The Fens, Boston, MA Livingston Taylor A free concert played at a public park area near Fenway Park. June 22 Simsbury High School, Simsbury, CT Ten Wheel Drive, The Legend, Good Grief This was a benefit concert promoted by four high school girls.


June 24 Rogers High School Gym, Newport, RI June 26-27 The Ark, Alexandria, VA July 1 Woods-Brown Amphitheatre, American University, Washington DC Claude Jones free show July 5 Atlanta Pop Festival, Byron, GA Jimi Hendrix, Allman Brothers July 11 Bullock's Department Store, Los Angeles, CA Southwind, Blues Image, Blue Mountain Eagle July 24 Aragon Theater, Chicago, IL Spirit, Amboy Dukes July 31 Phoenix Veterans Colisium, Phoenix, AZ 10 Yrs After, Big Bros. & Holding Co., Cactus August (UD) Wadena Rock Festival, Wadena, IA Flying Burrito Brothers, Everly Brothers, Sons of Champlin, Joan Baez, REO Speedwagon, Lightning August 2, 1970 Galina, IL Also on the bill for this three-day festival was the Illinois Speed Press, who played on July 31. August 4-9, 1970 Harmonyville, NY Festival was canceled August 4, 1970 Rainy Daze, St. Louis, MO August 5, 1970 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supporting The Faces, with Savage Grace) August 6, 1970 Peace Festival, Shea Stadium, Flushing Meadows, NY CCR, Rascals, Paul Simon, Steppenwolf, Dione Warwick, 10 Wheel Drive, Al Kooper, Richie Havens, Sha-Na-Na, Miles Davis

August 8, 1970 Stanley Park Stadium, Toronto, Canada Procul Harum, Sha Na Na, Melanie, Icarus August 13-16, 1970 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supporting Byrds, with Commander Cody) August 14, 1970 Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA Peter, Paul, & Mary (UD) 1970 Something Else, syndicated TV show Linda Ronstadt, Flying Burrito Brothers Poco performs You Better Think Twice Performance was filmed aboard a boat in Santa Monica Harbor.


September 5 Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, UT Leon Russell, Fritz September 11 Exhibit Hall, Community Concourse, San Diego, CA Johnny Winters, Judy Mayhan September 18 Assumption College, Worcester, MA September 19 Yale University Commons, New Haven, CT September 22 Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA Moody Blues Poco records these sets for a future live album.


September 23 Felt Forum, New York City, NY Moody Blues Poco records these shows for a future live album. September 24 Public Hall, Cleveland, OH Moody Blues September 25 Palestra, University Of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA Delany & Bonnie and Redbone September 26 Fieldhouse, Albright College, Reading, PA Wells Fargo October 4 McDonogh Gym, Georgetown University, Washington DC Tractor -later cancelled and replaced by Asleep at the Wheel-, Sageworth & Drums October 8 Dewey’s Bar and Grill, Madison, WI October 10 American Bandstand airs Poco performs You Better Think Twice, C’mon October 10 Chicago Auditorium, Chicago, IL Livingston Taylor October 11 Labor Temple, Minneapolis, MN Jarreau 2 shows


October (UD) Men's Gym, SUNY, Binghampton - Harpur College October 20 Place des Arts, Montreal, Canada Show was canceled due ot political unrest in Quebec. Poco had originally been booked to replace Melanie, who cancelled due to illness October 22 Cousens Gym, Tufts University, Medford, MA Jonathan Edwards October 23 Syracuse War Memorial, Syracuse, NY 10 Wheel Drive October 24 Wadsworth Gym, Colby College, Waterville, ME October 25 Gym, American International College, Springfield, MA Joe 'Steele' Smith October 29-30 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA Procul Harum and Mungo Jerry October 30th’s show was Messina’s final show. October 31-November 1 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA Procul Harum and Mungo Jerry The next night, Neil Young showed up to watch Poco as Paul Cotton took over as the band's lead guitarist. Messina watched from the audience and flew back to LA the next day. November 1970 (UD) University Of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY Debu Chauphuri November 5, 1970 American Shakespeare Festival Theatre, Stratford, CT November 6, 1970 Williams College, Chapin Hall, Williamstown, MA (supporting The Faces) November 7, 1970 Gym, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY November 8, 1970 Physical Education Center, University Of Hartford, Hartford, CT Van Morrison, Sha Na Na Two shows performed. November 12, 1970 Thiel College, Greenville, PA James Gang, Gravel November 13, 1970 Wertheimer Fieldhouse, Kenyon College, OH November 15, 1970 Gym, Salem State College, Salem, MA Travis Shook Fall (UD) Memphis Zoo, Memphis, TN November 20, 1970 Memorial Gymnasium, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN November 21, 1970 Duke Indoor Stadium, Duke University, Durham, NC (with The Byrds) November 22, 1970 Charleston County Municipal Auditorium, Charleston, SC Freedom November 23, 1970 Glassboro State College, Glassboro, NJ (supported by Elton John & Easy Wind)

November 30, 1970 Pan American Center, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM December 4-5 Pirates World, Dania, FL December 6 Gym, Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT Buddy Miles December 10-12, 1970 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (supported by Jo Mama, David Rea) December 13 George Washington Hall, Phillips Academy, Anover, MA Jo-Mama December 14 Edwards Auditorium, University Of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI December 16 Playhouse, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY December 18-19 Fillmore East, New York City, NY Gypsy, Savoy Brown - Jo Mama plays on 19th December 19 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA This show was scheduled for roughly 2 months before it was eventually canceled to allow Poco to play the Fillmore dates. December 31 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada Rare Earth, Chilliwack, James Gang, Steel River, Sha Na Na, Johnny Winter Poco cancels their appearance due to customs problems that prevented them from crossing the border. The show went on without them in front of 30,000 fans.


1971

January 8, 1971

Woolsey Hall, Yale University, New Haven, CT


January 14, 1971

Riverside Gym, UC Riverside, Riverside, CA

Jo-Mama





January 15, 1971

Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA

Spencer Davis & Peter Jameson and Jo-Mama




January 22-24, 1971

Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, CA

Jo-Mama



January 29-31, 1971

Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA

Don McLean



February 6, 1971

Freeborn Hall, UC Davis, Davis, CA

John Sebastian



February 7, 1971

Robertson Gym, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA

John Sebastian, Jo-Mama



February 10, 1971

North Gym, Chico State College, Chico, CA


February 12, 1971

Athletic Center, Lemoyne College, Syracuse, NY

Redeye

 The Byrds replace Poco at this show.	


February 12, 1971

Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY

Bert Sommers- 1st show; James Anderson - 2nd show



February 13, 1971

Chapel, Union College, Schenectady, NY



February 14-17, 1971 (UD)

National Entertainment Conference, Ben Franklin Hotel, Philadelphia, PA


Poco performs only one date at the conference. This was intended as a showcase booked by Poco's new management, Shiffman and Larson.


February 16, 1971

C.W. Post Dome, Long Island University, Brookville, NY

Jonathan Edwards



February 19, 1971

Colden Auditorium, Queen's College, Flushing, NY

Tony Kosinec



February 20, 1971 Doremus Gym, Washington & Lee University, Lexington, VA

February 21, 1971 Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY

The Byrds



February 1971 (UD) Salem State College, Salem, MA



February 1971 (UD) University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI


February 26, 1971 Allard Field House, Farmington, NY (with Paul Butterfield)

March 4, 1971 Oriental Theatre, Milwaukee, WI

Podipto

Opening act, Podipto was a regional act that lasted a couple years. Among its members was current Poco bassplayer Jack Sundrud.



March 5, 1971 Francis Field House, Washington University, St Louis, MO

Podipto


March 6, 1971 Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS

Podipto



March 7, 1971 Chicago Auditorium, Chicago, IL (with Linda Ronstadt)

March 11-14, 1971 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (Supported by Siegal Schwall Blues Band & Wishbone Ash)


Spring 1971(UD) poss 1972

Folsom Field, University Of Colorado, Boulder, CO

Albert King, Danny Cox, It's a Beautiful Day


March 27, 1971 Nevada Sports Palace, Commercial Center, Las Vegas, NV

It's a Beautiful Day, Blues Image, Alice & The Soul Sensations


1971 (UD) Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, NM



Spring 1971 Memorial Gymnasium, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

April 4, 1971 Overton Park Shell, Memphis, TN (with Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd, TMI Staff Group, Mississippi X, Sid Herring, David Mayo, Edgewood)

April 15, 1971 Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY (with Linda Ronstadt)

April 16, 1971 Coliseum, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY (with Danny Cox)

April 17, 1971 A Warehouse, New Orleans, LA (with Spirit, Denny Cannon)



April 20, 1971 Dallas Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX

Leon Russell, Badfinger, Lee Michaels



April 21?, 1971 Larry Kane Show, Houston TV


Poco lip-synched Pickin Up the Pieces, C’mon, and Man Like Me.


April 22, 1971 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX

Leon Russell, Badfinger, Lee Michaels



April 23, 1971 Will Rogers Memorial Center, Ft. Worth, TX

Leon Russell, Badfinger, Lee Michaels


April 24, 1971 Hemisfair Arena, San Antonio, TX

Leon Russell, Badfinger, Lee Michaels


April 25, 1971 Daniel-Meyer Coliseum, Texas Christian University, Ft. Worth, TX

Leon Russell, Badfinger



April 26, 1971 Georgia Coliseum, Athens, GA Ides of March


April-May 1971 (UD) Civic Auditorium, Baltimore, MD

Edgar Winter Group


April-May 1971 (UD) SUNY, Farmingdale, LI, NY

Butterfield Blues Band



April 28, 1971 Painter's Mill Theater, Owing Mills, MD

Jerry Riopelle, Aux


April 29, 1971 Atlantic Community College, Mays Landing, NJ

Manhatten Transfer


April 30, 1971 Packer Hall, Trenton State College, Trenton, NJ

Buzzy Linhart


May 1, 1971 Meehan Auditorium, Brown University, Providence, RI

Laura Nyro, Boz Scaggs, Gordon Lightfoot, Sha Na Na



May 2, 1971 Music Hall, Boston, MA

Buzzy Linhart


May 5, 1971 Physical Education Building, SUNY, Plattsburgh, NY

Kate Taylor


May 7-8, 1971 Fillmore East, New York City, NY

Linda Ronstadt and Manhatten Transfer



May 14, 1971 Public Hall, Cleveland, OH (supported by Emerson, Lake & Palmer, John Mayall & Elliot Randal)



May 15, 1971

War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY

Emerson, Lake & Palmer


May 16, 1971

Academy Of Music, Philadelphia, PA

Livingston Taylor

This show was canceled when the Acadamy of Music banned rock concerts.


May 20, 1971

Halenbeck Hall, St. Cloud State College, St. Cloud, MN

Shawn Phillips	




May 21, 1971

St. Paul Civic Center Auditorium Theatre, St. Paul, MN

Shawn Phillips


May 22, 1971

KRNT Theater, Des Moines, IA

Shawn Phillips



May 23, 1971

Golf Course, Antioch College, Yellow Springs, OH

Soulful Upsetions, Casual Society, Logan & Wender


May 28-29, 1971

McCabe’s Guitar Shop, Santa Monica, CA

John Sebastian


June 4, 1971 Swing Auditorium, Orange Show Grounds, San Bernadino, CA June 5, 1971

San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA

John Sebastian & Redeye



June 16, 1971

P.N.E. Gardens Auditorium, Vancouver, BC

Jo-Mama

Show canceled due to an undisclosed illness.


June 17, 1971

Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA

Jo-Mama

Show was likely canceled


June 18, 1971

Portland Sports Arena, Portland, OR


Show was canceled.


June 19, 1971

Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT

It’s a Beautiful Day, Brewer & Shipley

Show was canceled due to low ticket sales.



June 24, 1971

County Coliseum, El Paso, TX


Show was canceled. The reason cited was the Furay was ill in Memphis.


June 25, 1971

Veteran's Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ

John Sebastian	

Show was canceled.


June 26, 1971

Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Denver, CO

Brewer & Shipley

Show was canceled reportedly due to crowd control problems at previous concerts at the Red Rocks venue.


June 27, 1971

Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA

Leon Russell

advertised but did not perform.


July 4, 1971

Wheeling, WV

Black Sabbath, Izz


July 9, 1971 Man and His World Exhibition, Montreal, QC

July 10, 1971 Peace Bridge Exposition Center, Buffalo, NY (with Jerry Riopelle & Parkside)

July 11, 1971 Majestic Hills, Lake Geneva, WI (cancelled)

July 14, 1971 Baldwin Pavilion, Oakland University, Rochester, MI (Meadowbrook Music Festival, with Jerry Riopelle)

July 16, 1971 Wollman Rink, Central Park, New York City, NY (Schaefer Music Festival, 2 shows with Jerry Riopelle)

July 17, 1971 Asbury Park Convention Center, Asbury Park, NJ (2 shows with Jerry Riopelle)

July 22, 1971 Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA (Columbia Records Convention)

July 24, 1971 Midway Stadium, St Paul, MN (Open Air Celebration II, supported by Allman Brothers Band, It's A Beautiful Day, Little Richard, John Baldry, Joy of Cooking and others)

July 25, 1971 Lakefront Amphitheatre, Milwaukee, WI (Summerfest, with Mountain, John Sebastian, Tayles)

August 9, 1971 Coliseum, Denver, CO (with Stephen Stills)

August 30, 1971 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY (with Tom Paxon)

August 31, 1971 Boston Common, Boston, MA (with Shawn Phillips)

September 1971 Pittsburgh, PA

September 1, 1971 Alumni Gym, Clarkson College, Potsdam, NY

September 11, 1971 Stonehenge II, University Of Indiana, Bloomington, IN (with Pure Funk, Atlantis, Richie Havens, Chase)

September 15, 1971 Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, RI (supported by James Cotton)

September 16, 1971 Bushnell Auditorium, Hartford, CT (supported by James Cotton)

September 17, 1971 New Haven Arena, New Haven, CT (supported by James Cotton)

September 18, 1971 Walsh Auditorium, Seton Hall, South Orange, NJ

September 22, 1971 Field House, University Of Toledo, Toledo, OH

September 23, 1971 John Carrol University, University Heights, OH

September 24, 1971 Ashland College, Ashland, OH (supported by Jake Jones)

September 25, 1971 Gannon College, Erie, PA (supported by Seatrain)

September 26, 1971 Age Of Aquarius Festival, Memphis, TN

September 30, 1971 Columbia Studio, Los Angeles, CA (Broadcast live over KMET in Los Angeles)

October 1-2, 1971 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (supported by England Dan & John Ford Coley & Jerry Riopelle)

October 7, 1971 Snydley Arena, University Of New Hampshire, Durham, NH (supported by Danny Cox)

October 8, 1971 Field House, Holy Cross College, Worcester, MA (supported by Danny Cox)

October 9, 1971 Memorial Hall, Muhlenburg College, Allentown, PA (supported by Seatrain)

October 10, 1971 Theatre of the Performing Arts, Newark State College, Union, NY (supported by Jonathan Edwards)

October 14, 1971 Brewer Fieldhouse, University Of Missouri, Columbia, MO (supported by Aliotta, Haynes & Jeremiah)

October 15, 1971 Bowen Field House, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI (supported by Doug Kershaw)

October 16, 1971 Athletic & Convocation Center, Notre Dame University, South Bend, IN (supported by Livingston Taylor)

October 17, 1971 Music Hall, Cincinnati, OH (supported by Livingston Taylor)

October 18, 1971 Memorial Building, University Of Detroit, Detroit, MI (supported by John Denver, Lazarus, Peter and Paul. This was a voter registration drive concert)

October 19, 1971 Denison University, Granville, OH (supported by Livingston Taylor)

October 21, 1971 Middlesex County House Of Corrections Gym, Billerica, MA

October 22, 1971 Farrell Hall Gym, SUNY, Delhi, NY (supported by Dee Higgins)

October 24, 1971 Panzer Gym, Montclair State College, Montclair, NJ (supported by Gunhill Road)

October 30, 1971 Colgate University, Hamilton, NY

November 4, 1971 Armory, Manchester, NH (supported by Jonathan Edwards)

November 5, 1971 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supporting Seatrain)

November 7, 1971 Catholic University Gym, Washington DC (2 shows 5.00 & 8.0, supported by Grits)

November 9, 1971 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Colisseum. Poco filled in for Deep Purple, who cancelled)

November 11, 1971 Myrick Gym, University Of Montevallo, Montevallo, AL (supported by Gary Wright)

November 12, 1971 Warehouse, New Orleans, LA (supported by Gary Wright, Aliotta, Hayes & Jerimiah)

November 13, 1971 Pirates World, Dania, FL


(UD) 1971 or early 1972

Miami Jai Alai, Miami, FL

Allman Brothers, John Hammond



November 19, 1971

Tech Coliseum, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, VA

Lighthouse


November 20, 1971

Littlejohn Coliseum, Clemson University, Clemson, SC



November 20-28, 1971 (UD)

Fiesta Del Sol, Puerto Rico

Allman Bros., Beach Boys, Chamber Bros., Ike and Tina Turner, John Mayall, Jose Feliciano, Mountain, Stevie Wonder, 10 Years After

This festival was ultimately cancelled


November 30, 1971

Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO


This show was postponed a week.



December 2, 1971

Cinderella Ballroom, Appleton, WI


December 3, 1971

Chicago Auditorium, Chicago, ILL

Siegal-Schwall Band


December 4, 1971

Cowtown Ballroom, Kansas City, MO

Jerry Riopelle



December 6, 1971

Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO

James Gang, Jake Jones



December 7-8, 1971

Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY

Dee Higgins


December 10, 1971

Kenyon Hall, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY

Dee Higgins




December 11, 1971

Rider College, Trenton, NJ

Dee Higgins, Jerry Riopelle



December 14, 1971

Memorial Auditorium, Austin, TX

Rusty Wier


1972

January 15 City Auditorium, Colorado Springs, CO Aliotta, Haynes & Jeremiah January 20 MIDEM Conference, Cannes, France Byrds Poco's performance was rescued after their PA was blown out due to differing electric currents. Byrds soundman Dinky Dawson lent Poco their sound system allowing Poco to go on. January 22-23 Unknown venue, Montreaux, Switzerland January (UD) Pa Karen, Stockholm, Sweden January 22 La Cigale, Paris, France January 24 Theatre Salterlette, Paris, France Mountain was scheduled to headline but canceled. The promoters moved the show to a small club on January 22 for Poco to headline. January (UD) Pop 2, French TV Filmed during their concert in Paris, Poco performs What If I Should Say I Love You, Hear That Music, Just For Me And You, Hoe Down, What a Day, and C'mon. This show aired on April 29. January (UD) Unknown venue, Brussells, Belgium January 28 Trivoli Concert Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark January 29 Beat Club, Bremen, West German TV Poco performs C'mon live in studio. January 30 Offenbach, Stadmittahalle, Germany January 31 Zoom, Frankfurt, Germany February 1 Old Grey Whistle Test, BBC-TV Poco performs Railroad Days and Just For Me and You. Poco did live vocals to pre-recorded tracks. February 3 Loughsborough University Mick Greenwood February 4-5 Rainbow Theater, London, England Billy Preston February 6 Barbarella’s, Birmingham, England February 7 Brighton Dome, Brighton, England February 10 VPRO-Muziek, Nederland-1 Poco appears on this radio show from Eindhoven February 11 Globe Theatre, Eindhoven, Holland Fairport Convention February 12 Evenementenhal, Groningen, Holland Fairport Convention February 13 Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Holland Fairport Convention April 1-3 (UD) Puerto Rico Pop Festival, Mar Y Sol, Puerto Rico Poco did not play this festival. April 21 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ John Hammond April 22 Physical Fitness Center, Hofstra University, Hempstead, L.I., NY April 23 Mount St. Mary’s College, Emmitsburg, MD John Hammond, Sky Cobb April (UD) Colton Auditorium, Queen's College, Flushing, NY Poco canceled this performance and made it up later in the year. April 28 Gym, University Of Albany, Albany, NY Poco canceled this performance when Furay reportedly came down with food poisoning. April 28 Music People airs April 29 Dods Hall Gymnasium, State University of New York, Fredonia, NY John Hammond April 30 Armory, Kingston, PA May 1 Massey Hall, Toronto, Canada Murray McLauchlan May 2 Unknown venue, Atlanta, GA unconfirmed May 4 University Hall, University Of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA Quicksilver Messenger Service May 5 Dillon Gym, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ May 6 Patrick Gym, University Of Vermont, Burlington, VT May 7 Wesleyan College, Middletown, CT May 9 Laker Hall Gym, State University Of New York, Oswego, NY Gunhill Road May 11 Men's Gym, State University Of New York, Binghampton, NY John Hammond May 12 Unknown venue, Cortland, NY May 12 Ocean Ice Palace, Brick, NJ Gunhill Road May 13 Nathanial Leverone Fieldhouse, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH Linda Ronstadt May 14 Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY John Hammond, Bonnie Raitt May 18 Loew's Theatre, Norfolk, VA John Prine Poco performs two sets. May 19 Stokely Athletic Center, University Of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN John Prine May 20 Outdoor Performing Arts Facility, S. Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL July 9 Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway, Nashville, TN Leon Russell, J.J. Cale, Cornelius Bros. & Sister Rose July 19 Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA Kinks & Wishbone Ash July 25 Ohio Theatre, Columbus, OH J.J. Cale July 26 Blossom Festival, Cuyahoga Falls, OH J.J. Cale August 4 Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL Jeff Beck, Argent August 9 Boston Commons, Boston, MA August 18, 1972 North Carolina Motor Speedway, Rockingham, NC ("The Peachtree Festival", With Alice Cooper, who replaced The Faces who cancelled, 3 Dog Night, Birtha, Fabulous Rhinestones, Rory Gallagher, The James Gang, Bloodrock, Black Oak Arkansas featuring Jim Dandy, Tower of Power, Savoy Brown, Dillards, Goose Creek Symphony. Poco Had to stop performing mid-set because they were suffering from heat exhaustion)

August 19 Unknown venue, Charlotte, NC August 20 Sylvan Theater, Washington Monument, Washington, DC Looking Glass, & others (free concert) August 25-26 Schaefer Music Festival, Wollman Rink, Central Park, New York City, NY Casey Kelley September 3 Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA Jefferson Airplane September 4 Monterey County Fairgrounds, Monterey, CA Dave Mason September 7 San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA Jefferson Airplane September 8 Tucson Community Center, Tucson, AZ Jefferson Airplane September 10 University Arena, University Of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM Jefferson Airplane September 23 Football Stadium, Boise State University, Boise, ID Canned Heat, Cold Blood September 23 John Enless Ball Park, Fresno, CA Quicksilver Messenger Service, Stoneground, Commander Cody September 24 Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA J. Mayall and Delbert and Glen September 28 Orlando Sports Stadium, Orlando, FL Show was postponed. September 29 Cowtown Ballroom, Kansas City, MO Chet Nichols (2 shows) September 30 SUNY, Albany, NY This was a makeup date for the canceled show in April. October 1 Colden Auditorium, Queen's College, Flushing, NY Gunhill Road This was a makeup date for the canceled show in April. October 9 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI Ten Years After, Flo & Eddie October 13 Winterland, San Francisco, CA T. Rex & Doobie Bros. October 14 Winterland, San Francisco, CA Lighthouse & Its A Beautiful Day October 15 Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA Its A Beautiful Day, Wild Rose October 16 Civic Auditorium, Bakersfield, CA October 19 Alumni Gym, High Point College, High Point, NC The show was moved to the gym from the Memorial Auditorium when the ticket sales exploded. October 20 Foster Auditorium, University Of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL October 21 Duke Indoor Stadium, Duke University, Durham, NC Pure Prairie League October 22 Cole Field House, University Of Maryland, College Park, MD It’s a Beautiful Day, Gunhill Road October 23 Municipal Auditorium, Austin, TX October 27 Orlando Sports Stadium, Orlando, FL John Mayall, Delbert & Glen, New Days Ahead October 28, 1972 Sportatorium, Hollywood, FL (supporting John Mayall, with Delbert & Glen) October 29 Curtis-Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL John Mayall, Delbert & Glen October 31 Ellis Auditorium, Memphis, TN Cargoe November 2 Hofstra University, Hempstead, L.I., NY Allman Bros., BS&T, Seals & Crofts, Alice Cooper, Bo Diddley, Chuck Berry Although this event, filmed for broadcast on ABC-TV’s upcoming new series In Concert, began at 1 pm, Poco’s set did not take place until 5 am the following morning. November 3 Presbyterian College, Clinton, SC November 4 University Of Maryland, Baltimore County Campus, MD November 9 Dane County Colisium, Madison, WI Beach Boys November 10, 1972 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (supported by It’s A Beautiful Day) November 11 Convocation Center, Ohio University, Athens, OH Manna November 12 Roaoke-Salem Civic Center, Salem, VA Batforf & Rodney November 13-14 Felt Forum, New York City, NY Manna, Batdorf & Rodney November 15 Tower Theater, Philadelphia, PA Casey Kelly, Manna November 17 Denver Colisium, Denver, CO It’s a Beautiful Day, Stoneground November 18 UW Memorial Fieldhouse, University Of Wyoming, Laramie, WY Mason Proffitt November 20 Montana State College, Bozeman, MT canceled November 21 McElroy Auditorium, Waterloo, IA canceled November 22 Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI Rare Earth, Ballin’ Jack November 23 Louisville Convention Center, Louisville, KY Rare Earth, Ballin’ Jack November 24 City Auditorium Arena, Omaha, NE Rare Earth, Ballin’ Jack November 25 Armory, Minneapolis, MN Rare Earth December 1 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX Hot Tuna, Commander Cody December 2 Laurie Auditorium, Trinity University, San Antonio, TX Hot Tuna, Jim Croce December 3 Hofheinz Pavilion, Houston, TX Hot Tuna, Jim Croce replaced by Commander Cody December 4 Stokley Athletic Center, University Of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN It’s A Beautiful Day, Gunhill Road December 7 Oil Center, Lafayette, LA Rufus (a local band, not the Chaka Khan group) December 8 In Concert airs Poco performs Go And Say Goodbye, Good Feelin To Know and And Settlin Down

December 8 Municipal Auditorium, Nashville, TN It's a Beautiful Day, Jim Croce December 10 Carpenter Field House, University Of Delaware, Newark, DL Jim Croce December 12 Aquarius Theatre, Boston, MA Jim Croce December 13 Palace Theater, Providence, RI Jim Croce December 14 Chas. Co. Hall, Charleston, SC Hydra December 16, 1972 Warehouse, New Orleans, LA (supported by Batdorf & Rodney & Trapeze) December 20 Barton Coliseum, Little Rock, AR It's a Beautiful Day December 21 Tulsa Civic Center, Tulsa, OK It’s a Beautiful Day, El Roacho Poco canceled their appearance at this show December 22-23 Kinetic Playground, Chicago, IL It’s a Beautiful Day, Eggs Over Easy Poco canceled their appearance, Bloodrock took their place. It's a Beautiful Day became the headliner.

1973

February 7 Exhibit Hall, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL Badfinger Poco canceled when their equipment truck broke down on its way to the show. March 28 The Music People on CBS-TV Loggins & Messina, Dr. John, Blood, Sweat & Tears April 4 San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA Yes, Albert Hammond April 5 Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA Yes, Albert Hammond April 6 Ice Palace, Las Vegas, NV Yes April 7 Winterland, San Francisco, CA Yes, Focus April 8 Johnson Gym, University Of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM Yes, Jim Baugh April 9 Civic Plaza, Phoenix, AZ Yes April 1973 (UD) Met Center, Minneapolis, MN Yes unconfirmed April 11 Century II, Wichita, KS Yes April 12 Fairgrounds Arena, Oklahoma City, OK Yes April 13 Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX Yes April 14 Hofheinz Pavillion, Houston, TX Yes, Gentle Giant April 15 Dallas Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX Yes April 16-17 Kiel Auditorium, St Louis, MO Yes originally booked for the Kiel Opera House April 18 Municipal Auditorium, Nashville, TN Yes April 19 Alexander Memorial Coliseum, Georgia Tech University, Atlanta, GA Yes, Les Moore April 20 Savannah Colisium, Savannah, GA Yes April 21 Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL Yes April 22 West Palm Beach Auditorium, West Palm Beach, FL Yes April 23 Coliseum, Greensboro, NC April 24 Stetson University, Deland, FL April 25 Nassau Community College, Garden City, NY April 26 SUNY, Stony Brook, NY Frampton's Camel April 27 Gym, Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT Frampton’s Camel April 28 Roberts Center, Boston College, Boston, MA April 29 Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester, MA Frampton’s Camel April 30 Southeastern Massachussetts University Gym, No. Dartmouth, MA Frampton’s Camel May 1 Union Quad, Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY Frampton’s Camel. free show May 3 Gym, Castleton State College, Castleton, VT May 4 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA J. Winter, Foghat firecrackers were thrown onto the stage after the second song. Poco walked off and did not continue their set. May 5, 1973 Farleigh Dickerson University, Madison, NJ (Free afternoon concert, supported by J.D. Souther) May 5, 1973 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ (supported by J.D. Souther)

May 6 Intermural Field, Penn State University, State College, PA Don Cooper May 8 Masonic Temple, Detroit, MI Spooky Tooth, King Crimson May 9 Auditorium, Wittenberg University, Springfield, OH J.D. Souther May 10-11 (UD) Ohio State University, Youngstown, OH canceled May 10 Lantz Gym, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL J. D. Souther May 11 Cowtown Ballroom, Kansas City, MO May 12 Kinetic Playground, Chicago, IL Strawbs, J.D. Souther May 13 Assembly Hall, University Of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, IL Nitty Gritty Dirt Band June 9 Rock On TV show airs in New York Loggins & Messina, Santana, Blood, Sweat & Tears It's possible that this is the exact same show as the Music People show broadcast in March on CBS. August 10-11 Winterland, San Francisco, CA Robin Trower, Mark-Almond, David Blue During David Blue's opening set, Graham Nash sat in for a couple of tunes. August 12 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA Mark-Almond August 14 Albuquerque Civic Auditorium, Albuquerque, NM Mark-Almond August 16 Civic Theatre, Akron, OH Mark-Almond, David Blue August 17 Masonic Temple, Detroit, MI Mark-Almond, David Blue cancelled. August 18 Convention Center, Asbury Park, NJ Mark-Almond August 19 Portsmouth Stadium, Portsmouth, VA Edgar Winter, Foghat, Tower of Power, Spooky Tooth Poco arrived so late that they were the last group to perform. August 20 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA Stories, Barnstorm, David Blue August 21 Coliseum, Charlotte, NC Mark-Almond unconfirmed August 22 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA Mark-Almond, David Blue, Robin Trower August 23 Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, MD Mark-Almond August 24 Dillon Stadium, Hartford, CT Beach Boys August 25, 1973 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, NJ (supporting Beach Boys, with Stanky Brown Group) August 31-September 1 Wollman Rink, Schaefer Music Festival, Central Park, New York City, NY David Blue September 4 Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA This is Richie Furay's final show with Poco. October 3-7 Roxy Nightclub, Los Angeles, CA David Blue This series of shows was canceled due to Furay’s departure from the band. November 1 Nathanial Hawthorne College, Antium, NH The first show of the post-Furay era. Premiere Talent held fast against a boycott by Geffen-Roberts, who pulled their clients from Premiere when the booking company refused to drop Poco from their roster when Poco dropped Geffen-Roberts for Hartmann-Goodman management. November 2 Orrie De Nooyer Auditorium, Farleigh Dickerson University, Hackensack, NJ This show was recorded for King Bisquit Flower Hour. November 3 Monmouth College, Monmouth, NJ Chad Stuart November 4 Panzer Gym, Montclair State College, Montclair, NJ November 5 State Farm Arena, Harrisburg, PA Doobie Bros., Three Man Army Poco canceled their appearance to play Boston and were replaced by the Marshall Tucker Band November 5 Boston Garden, Boston, MA J. Geils Band Poco was a late addition to this bill after canceling the above date. November 6 Fordham University, Bronx, NY Chad Stuart November 7 Palace Theater, New York City, NY Taping for Don Kirchner's Rock Concert - now posted on Wolfgang's Vault November 8 Welsey College, Dover, DL canceledarchives November 9 Venable Hall, N. Adams State College, North Adams, MA November 9 In Session airs on ABC-TV Phil Everly, Ted Neeley, Kenny Rankin Poco is shown performing Blue Water in a studio setting. November 10 Sienna College, Loudonville, NY canceled November 10 Wheaton College, Pawtucket, RI November 11 New York State University, Oneota, NY November 12 Hofstra University, Hemstead, LI, NY Show was postponed until November 20. November 14 Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY November 15 Palmer Auditorium, Connecticut State College, New Britain, CT Chad Stuart November 16 Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ Marshall Tucker Band November 17 South Auditorium, West Point Military Acadamy, Highland Falls, NY Chad Stuart November 18 Jorgensen Auditorium, University Of Connecticut, Stoors, CT Chad Stuart November 20 The Playhouse, Hofstra University, Hemstead, LI, NY Chad Stuart November 21 Colden Auditorium, Queens College, Flushing, NY November 22 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY Loggins & Messina, Dalton & Dubarri This is the first time that Poco shared the bill with their former producer and lead guitarist. November 23 Valley Forge Music Fair, Devon, PA Chad Stuart November 24 Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert airs Poco was recorded live at NY Rock Palace. Poco performed C'mon, Here We Go Again and Keeper of the Fire. November 24 Charlotte, NC November 24 University of Scranton, Scranton, PA November 25 Civic Center, Baltimore, MD November 25 King Bisquit Flower Hour airs Livingston Taylor Airdate in most markets. Show was recorded on November 2.


November 28 Springfield Municipal Auditorium, Springfield, MA Chad Stuart November 29 C.W. Post Dome, Long Island University, Greenvale, NY canceled. November 29 Lyman Auditorium, Southern Connecticut State College, New Haven, CT Chad Stuart this show replaced the cancelled show above. November 30 Columbia Music Hall, Hartford, CT James Montgomery Concert was originally booked for the Columbia Coliseum but moved to the smaller Music Hall. December 1 Elting Gym, SUNY, New Paltz, NY Chad Stuart 2 shows December 2 Gym, Salem State College, Salem, MA David Bromberg, Chad Stuart December 3 Wagner College, Staten Island, NY December 5 Fieldhouse, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK December 6 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (supported by Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Chad Stuart) December 7 Metropolitan Sport Center, Minneapolis, MN The Guess Who December 8 Brown County Arena, Green Bay, WI The Guess Who, Cherlyn Dilcher December 9 Pershing Auditorium, Lincoln, NE The Guess Who December 10 Mayo Civic Center, Rochester, MN December 13-16 Roxy Niteclub, Los Angeles, CA Ned Doheny Band

1974

February 22 Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR February 23 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA cancelled. February 24 PNE Gardens, Vancouver, BC February 27 Robertson Gym, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA Leo Kottke February 28 Celebrity Theatre, Phoenix, AZ Chad Stuart March 1-2 Winterland, San Francisco, CA Maggie Bell, Copperhead March 3 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA Maggie Bell and Peter Frampton March 24 Unknown venue, Madison, NJ unconfirmed March 24 Chicago Auditorium, Chicago, IL Postponed until April 9. March 29 Kirby Field House, Lafayette College, Lafayette, PA Strawbs cancelled March 30 St. Mary’s College, MD unconfirmed April 1 Connecticut Central State College, New Britain, CT April 2 Atwood Hall, Clark University, Worcester, MA April 3 Farleigh Dickerson University, Rutherford, NJ Chad Stuart April 4 Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI The Kinks April 5 Academy Of Music, New York City, NY James Cotton Band 2 shows, 8 and 10 pm. April 6 Cortlandt State College, Cortlandt, NY April 7 Woolsey Hall, Yale University, New Haven, CT David Bromberg April 9 Chicago Auditorium, Chicago, IL April 10 Civic Theatre, Akron, OH Chad Stuart April 12 Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ Commander Cody 2 shows, 8 and 10 pm. April 13 Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA Commander Cody April 14 Kennedy Center, Washington DC Peter Frampton April 16 SUNY, Stony Brook, Long Island, NY April 16 Ward Melville High School Chad Stuart April 17 Hampton Roads Coliseum, Hampton, VA Robin Trower, Super Gris, Grin April 19 Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL Robin Trower, King Crimson April 20 Sportatorium, Hollywood, FL King Crimson April 21 Hi Lai Fon Ton Ocala, Gainesville, FL canceled. April 23 Omni, Atlanta, GA J.Geils April 25 Regents Hall, N. Kentucky State, Highland Heights, KY Pure Prairie League, Chad Stuart April 26 Millett Hall, Miami Of Ohio, Oxford, OH Chad Stuart April 27 Davis Hall, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA April 28 Massey Hall, Toronto, Canada Robin Trower April 29 Opera House, Ottawa, Canada Valdy May 1 Passavant Center, Theil College, Greenville, PA Chad Stuart May 1974 (UD) Penn State University, State College, PA May 8 Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA Procol Harum Poco canceled this date to open for J. Geils on April 23 May 10 Coliseum, Jacksonville, FL Doobie Brothers, Golden Earring May 11 Grandstand Section Fairgrounds, Birmingham, AL Buckingham Nicks This was Buckingham Nicks final live appearance. They announced from the stage after their set that they were joining Fleetwood Mac May 14 Robinson Auditorium, Little Rock, AK Golden Earring May 15 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO Commander Cody, Golden Earring May 16 Coliseum, Indiana State Fairgrounds, Indianapolis, IN Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Golden Earring May 17 Ellis Auditorium, Memphis, TN Golden Earring May 18 Memorial Auditorium, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN Rich Mountain Tower May 21 Gardens, Cincinnati, OH Three Dog Night show cancelled due to low ticket sales. May 24 Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA Honk, Fairport Convention Show was originally scheduled for May 25. May 25 Celebrity Theater, Phoenix, AZ Poco canceled this show May 26 Warnor's Theater, Fresno, CA Golden Earring, Robin Trower May 27 Golden Hall, San Diego, CA Golden Earring, Robin Trower May 31-June 1 Paramount Theater, Seattle, WA Robin Trower, Strawbs June 2 Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR Robin Trower, Strawbs June 30 Travel & Transportation Building, Oklahoma City Fairgrounds, Oklahoma City, OK Procol Harum, Golden Earring July 2 A Warehouse, New Orleans, LA Procol Harum July 3 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX Procol Harum, Golden Earring July 4 Dallas Memorial Auditorium, Dallas TX Procol Harum, Golden Earring July 6 Fairgrounds Speedway, Springfield, MO Edgar Winter, Rick Derringer July 8 Midlands Theater, Kansas City, MO Procol Harum July 11 Civic Center, Savannah, GA Lynyrd Skynyrd, Outlaws July 12 Tri-County Speedway, Cincinnati,OH Marshall Tucker Band, Spooky Tooth, McKendree Spring Marshall Tucker didn't show!. July 13 Iroquois Amphitheatre, Louisville, KY Cowboy July 14 Nashville Speedway, Nashville, TN. Leon Russell, Waylon Jennings, ISIS July 17 Municipal Auditorium, Chattenooga, TN July 19 Civic Center, St. Paul, MN Santana, Mountain, Aerosmith July 21 Grand Valley State College, Grand Rapids, MI Golden Earring July 22 Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI Jo Jo Gunne July 24 Music Inn, Lenox, MA Aztec Two Step show delayed a day by rain and actually played on 25th.

July 26 Wollman Rink, Schaefer Music Festival, Central Park, New York City, NY Snafu July 27 New Jersey Convention Center, Asbury Park, NJ Peter Frampton Two shows at 7 and 10 pm. July 29 Valley Forge Music Fair, Devon, PA Snafu replaced by Chad Stuart July 30 Tufts University, Medford, MA July 31 Arena, Binghampton, NY PFM, Foghat August 2 Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA This was a performance at the Epic Records Convention August 4 Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI October 17 Centennial Hall, Concord College, Athens, WVA Livingston Taylor Poco cancels this appearance with Dave Mason taking their place. October 18 Mayser Center, Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA Knothole Gang Poco cancels this appearance, reportedly due to illness October 26 Waite Chapel, Wake Forest U., Winston-Salem, NC Poco cancels reportedly due to illness - replaced by Richie Havens. November 2 Reilly Center, St. Boneventure University, Olean, NY November 1 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ Chad Stuart November 3 Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA Loggins & Messina November 4 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY Loggins & Messina, John Sebastian November 5 Civic Center, Providence, RI November 8 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA Roger McGuinn, John Martyn November 9 Woolsey Hall, Yale University, New Haven, CT Gentle Giant This show was recorded live for a future live album. November 10 Clark Center, Wheaton College, Norton, MA Chad Stuart November 14 Felt Forum, New York City, NY J. Sebastian, PFM Chad Stuart and Friends were originally the opening act. November 15 Gammon Gym, Hampden-Sydney College, Hampden-Sydney, VA November 16 Atlanta Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA Dave Mason November 17 Coliseum, Charlotte, NC John Sebastian, Mountain November 19 Atlantic Christian College, Wilson, NC November 20 Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, VA Charlie Daniels Band, Grinderswitch November 21 Hampton Roads Coliseum, Hampton, VA Marshall Tucker Band, Charlie Daniels Band November 22 Mershon Hall, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH November 23 Davis & Elkins College, Elkins, WV November 24 Tower Theater, Philadelphia, PA Commander Cody, Average White Band November 25 DAR Constitution Hall, Washington DC James Montgomery November 26 Civic Center Arena, St Paul, MN America November 28 Performing Arts Center, Milwaukee, WI PFM Show was recorded live for a future live album. November 29 Ambassador Theatre, St. Louis, MO PFM Show was recorded live for a future live album. November 30 Chicago Auditorium, Chicago, IL Billy Joel December 1 Lakeland Community College, Kirkland, OH Michael Stanley Band Poco canceled this appearance December 2 DAR Constitution Hall, Washington DC December 3 Memorial Hall, Joplin, MO December 5 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI cancelled December 6-7 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supporting Dave Mason, with PFM) December 10 Olpin Union Ballroom, University Of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT PFM December 11 Civic Plaza Exhibit Hall, Phoenix, AZ Loggins & Messina December 12 Civic Auditorium, Albuquerque, NM Loggins & Messina December 13 Tucson Community Center Arena, Tucson, AZ Loggins & Messina December 14 Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA Loggins & Messina, Honk December 15 San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA Loggins & Messina and Honk December 20 Unknown venue, San Francisco, CA canceled when the Winterland dates on December 6-7 were booked.


1975

January 24 Midnight Special airs Poco performs Hoedown, Bad Weather, Sagebrush Seranade, Rocky Mountain Breakdown, High and Dry and Whatever Happened To Your Smile July 1975 (UD) Electric Ballroom, Dallas, TX (unconfirmed) July 15 Tarrent Co. Convention Center, Ft. Worth, TX Stephen Stills July 17 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA BTO & Kansas July 18 Music Hall, White Plains, NY Originally booked for the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY. July 19 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, NJ Eagles and Seals & Crofts July 22 Ellis Auditorium, Memphis, TN Dave Mason July 23 Mississippi River Festival, S. Illinois U., Edwardsville, IL Dave Mason July 24 Convocation Center, Notre Dame University, South Bend, IN Eagles July 25 Dayton Hydroglobe Music Festival, Dayton, OH Seals & Crofts July 26 Places Des Nations, Montreal, Canada Dave Mason July 27 New England Folk Festival, Stoneham, ME Richie Havens, Seals & Crofts, & others July 28 Cape Cod Coliseum, South Yarmouth, MA Dave Mason July 29 Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD Dave Mason July 30 Schaeffer Music Festival, Wollman Rink, Central Park, New York City, NY Kinderhook Creek August 1 Calderone Concert Hall, Hempstead, L.I., NY Livingston Taylor August 2 Palace Theatre, Waterbury, CT August 4 Freedom Hall, Johnson City, TN (supporting the Eagles) Summer (UD) Coliseum, New Haven, CT Livingston Taylor, Dave Mason August 7 Von Braun Civic Center, Huntsville, AL Eagles August 11 (?) Unknown venue, Springfield, IL America (unconfirmed) August 13 Cumberland County Auditorium, Fayetteville, NC America August 14 Memorial Auditorium, Greenville, SC America August 15 Carolina Coliseum, Columbia, SC America (unconfirmed) August 16 Jai Alai Fronton, Miami Beach, FL America August 17 Civic Center, Lakeland, FL America August 19-20 Blossom Music Festival, Cuyahoga Falls, OH Seals & Crofts August 21 Garden State Arts Festival, Holmdel, NJ August 22 Schaefer Music Festival, Wollman Rink, Central Park, New York City, NY Deadly Nightshade This show was taped for the King Bisquit Flower Hour aired october 12 August 23 Civic Center, Springfield, MA America August 24 New Jersey State Fairgrounds, Trenton, NJ Aerosmith, Kingfish, Nils Lofgrin, Slade, Mahogany Rush August 24 Red Rocks, Denver, CO Poco canceled this appearance. Richie Furay had intended on attending and sitting in on a tune or two, which would have been his first appearance with Poco since he left the band back in September 1973. August 25 Paramount Theater, Wilkes-Barre, PA Peter Frampton August 27 Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, IN Eric Clapton August 28 Civic Center, Charleston, WV Eric Clapton August 29 Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, SC Eric Clapton August 30 Scope, Norfolk, VA Eric Clapton Poco jams with Clapton on Let It Rain September 12 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA Batdorf & Rodney Al Garth and John Brennan guest. September 13 Greek Theater, Berkeley, CA Crosby-Nash unconfirmed September 14 Balboa Stadium, San Diego, CA Chicago, War, Tom Snow September 18 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England America September 20 Southport Theater, Liverpool, England America September 21 Newcastle Odeon, Newcastle, England America September 22 Apollo Theater, Glasgow, Scotland America September 23 Hippodrome, Birmingham, England America September 24-25 New Victoria Theater, London, England America September 27 Pavillion De Paris, Porte De Pantin, Paris, France America September 28 Stadhalle, Offenbach, Germany America September 29 Het Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Holland America September 1975 (UD) Unknown venue, Mannheim, Germany America unconfirmed October 12 Poco on King Bisquit Flower Hour airs their July 30 performance at Central Park. October 29 Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY Doobie Bros. and Outlaws October 31 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY Doobie Bros. and Outlaws November 1 Proctor Theatre, RPI, Troy, NY McKendree Spring November 2 Laker Gym, SUNY, Oswego, NY Cross Creek November 5 Electric Ballroom, Atlanta, GA Eric Carmen November 6 Exhibition Hall, Mobile, AL November 7 Hirsch Memorial Coliseum, Shreveport, LA November 8 Assembly Center, Tulsa, OK November 9 Century II, Wichita, KS November 10 Ambassador Theater, St. Louis, MO J. Lee Stanley November 13 Haas Auditorium, Bloomsberg State College, Bloomsberg, PA Peter Frampton November 14 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ Tom Waits November 15 Boston Garden, Boston, MA J. Geils Band November 16 Bouk Hall, SUNY, Cobleskill, NY November 18 Fairgrounds Coliseum, Columbus, OH November 19 Public Hall, Cleveland, OH ZZ Top, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band November 20 Island Music Center, Commack, Long Island, NY Marshall Tucker Band, Mama’s Pride Canceled per Denny Jones files November 22 Coliseum, New Haven, CT Dave Mason November 23 Pauly Pavilion, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA Stephen Stills and Flo & Eddie November 28 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA Little Feat November 29 Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR Little Feat November 30 Lane County Fairgrounds, Eugene, OR Little Feat December 2 Special Events Center, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT Stephen Stills, Flo & Eddie December 8 McFarlin Auditorium, Dallas, TX B.W. Stevenson December 10 City Center, Austin, TX B. W. Stevenson December 13 Civic Center Music Hall, Oklahoma City, OK December 18 Community Center Arena, Tucson, AZ Dave Mason Illness forces a cancellation by Poco, who are replaced by Steve Ferguson December 19-20 Winterland, San Francisco, CA Kingfish Poco canceled this show to appear at the New Years Eve show at the Cow Palace. December 31 Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA Dave Mason, Santana, Automatic Man

1976

January 16 Midnight Special airs Poco performs Keep on Tryin', Sagebrush Serendade, Makin' Love May 10 Barton Coliseum, Little Rock, AK Willie Nelson, Flying Burrito Bros.

May 11 Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN Willie Nelson, Flying Burrito Bros. May 12 Austin Peay University, Clarksville, TN Willie Nelson, Flying Burrito Bros. May 14 Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC Willie Nelson May 15 Coliseum, Charlotte, NC Willie Nelson, Flying Burrito Bros. May 16 Municipal Auditorium, Birmingham, AL Willie Nelson, Flying Burrito Bros. May 17 Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL Willie Nelson, Flying Burrito Bros. May 18 Coliseum, Jacksonville, FL Willie Nelson May 19 Civic Center, Savannah, GA Willie Nelson May 21 Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA Willie Nelson, Tompall Glasser May 22 Louisville Gardens, Louisville, KY Willie Nelson Poco canceled their appearance at this show and all succeeding shows of the Willie Nelson tour after signing to open for the ill-fated Stills-Young Band tour in the summer. However, according to Willie's band, Poco's road crew told the Willie Nelson band that they were quitting because of the unprofessional manner that the Willie Nelson group conducted themselves. May 23 Hara Arena, Dayton, OH Willie Nelson Poco canceled their appearance, as did the Flying Burrito Brothers. Waylon Jennings replaced them on the bill. May 24 Indiana Fairgrounds Colisium, Indianapolis, IN Willie Nelson Poco canceled their appearance.

May 25 Arie Crown, Chicago, IL Willie Nelson, Flying Burrito Brothers Poco canceled their appearance. May 26 Civic Center, St. Paul, MN Willie Nelson, Flying Burrito Brothers Poco canceled their appearance. May 28 Henry Levitt Arena, Wichita State University, Wichita, KS Willie Nelson Poco canceled their appearance. May 29 City Auditorium, Arena, Omaha, NE Willie Nelson Poco canceled their appearance. Tompall and the Glaser Brothers replace them on the bill. May 30 Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, MO Willie Nelson Poco canceled their appearance. June 1 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Denver, CO Willie Nelson Poco canceled their appearance. June 13 Mountain Aire, Calaveras County Fairgrounds, Angels Camp, CA. Seals & Croft, Pure Prairie League June 23-24 Pine Knob Music Theater, Clarkston, MI Stills-Young Band June 26 Boston Garden, Boston, MA Stills-Young Band June 27 Springfield Civic Auditorium, Springfield, MA Stills-Young Band June 29 Spectrum Sports Arena, Philadelphia, PA Stills-Young Band July 1-2 Nassau Veterans Memorial Colisium, Uniondale, NY Stills-Young Band July 3 Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, CA Beach Boys, America, Santana Poco canceled this appearance after signing to open the Stills-Young Band tour. The concert went on without them with Santana taking their place. July 4 International Convention Center, Niagara Falls, NY Stills-Young Band July 5 Rochester War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY Stills-Young Band July 7 Providence Civic Center, Providence RI Stills-Young Band July 8 Calderone Concert Hall, Hempstead, NY Natural Gas This gig was booked with Poco as headliner while Stills-Young took the day off to return to Criteria Studio in Florida to continue mixing their duo album. July 9 Capitol Centre, Largo, MD Stills-Young Band July 9 Ahoha Stadium Honolulu, HI America, Flash Cadillac Poco canceled after signing to open the Stills-Young Band tour. July 10 Schaefer Music Festival, Wollman Rink, Central Park, New York City, NY This is another headlining show for Poco booked before the Stills-Young Band tour. canceled July 11 Colt Park, Hartford, CT Stills-Young Band July 13 Richfield Colisium, Cleveland, OH Stills-Young Band July 14 Riverfront Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, OH Stills-Young Band July 15 Carter Barron Amphitheater, Washington DC John Sebastian Poco canceled this appearance after being booked to open the Stills-Young Band tour July 15 Pittsburgh Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA Stills-Young Band July 17 War Memorial Auditorium, Greensboro, NC Stills-Young Band July 18 Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC Stills-Young Band July 20 Carolina Coliseum, University Of South Carolina, Columbia, SC Stills-Young Band July 21 Omni, Atlanta, GA Stills-Young Band canceled when Neil Young fails to show up due to throat problems. July 23 Unknown venue, Jacksonville, FL Stephen Stills Still in shock over Young's abrupt departure from the tour, Stills attempts to carry on without him. Three dates are fulfilled in Florida before promoters begin pulling the pin on the tour. July 24 Miami Baseball Stadium, Miami, FL Stephen Stills, Lynyrd Skynyrd Poco opened the show, Lynyrd Skynyrd played second bill. Stills played with Chris Hillman, George "Chocolate" Perry and Joe Lala. July 25 Civic Center, Lakeland, FL Stephen Stills, Lynyrd Skynyrd This show was originally booked for Tampa Stadium but was changed to Lakeland at the request of Stills and Young, who wanted to play indoors. This was the final show of the tour. Promoters canceled the remainder of the tour. July 27 Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL Stills-Young Band canceled

July 28 Hirsch Memorial Coliseum, Shreveport, LA Stills-Young Band canceled July 29 Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN Stills-Young Band canceled. July 30 Dallas Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX Stills-Young Band Show was canceled in early July prior to Young's departure so that the Stills-Young Band could perform at the Sunday Break II concert in Austin. That show was also subsequently canceled July 31 Lloyd Noble Center, Norman, OK Stills-Young Band canceled August 2 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX Stills-Young Band canceled August 3 Convention Center, San Antonio, TX Stills-Young Band canceled August 10 Chicago Stadium, Chicago, IL Stills-Young Band canceled August 13 Sports Center, St. Paul, MN Stills-Young Band canceled August 14 Summerfest Mainstage, Milwaukee, WI Stills-Young Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd Show was canceled August 17 Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA Stills-Young Band canceled August 19 Concord Pavillion, Concord, CA Stills-Young Band canceled August 21 Balboa Stadium, San Diego, CA Stills-Young Band canceled August 24 LA Forum, Los Angeles, CA Stills-Young Band canceled August 27 Outdoor Theatre, Bakersfield, CA Poco managed to book one replacement show during the summer. August 29-31 Red Rocks, Denver, CO Stills-Young Band canceled September 2 PNE Coliseum, Vancouver, BC Stills-Young Band canceled September 3 Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA Stills-Young Band canceled September 8 Unknown venue, Edmunton, Canada Stills-Young Band canceled September 10 Unknown venue, Calgary, Canada Stills-Young Band canceled September 25 Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert airs This is the NYC airdate September 25 Mar Race Track, Wentzville, MO Poco also did a signing at Peaches Record Shop in St. Louis. September 26 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA, Silver September (UD) Bakersfield College Amphitheatre, Bakersfield, CA October 6 Cirque Royal, Brussels, Belgium October 9 Capitol Theatre, Passaic NJ Poco cancels this appearance to make 3rd European tour October 10 Olympen, Lund, Sweden October 11 Chateau Neuf, Olso, Norway October 12 Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden October 14 Sartory Saele, Cologne, Germany Cate Brothers October 15 Stadethalle, Offenbach, Germany October 16 Multi-halle, Mannheim, Germany Cate Brothers October 19 Old Grey Whistle Test, BBC-TV Poco performed Too Many Nights Too Long and Rose of Cimarron. Rusty Young recalls that Elton John was also on the show. October 20 Oxford Polytechnic. Oxford, England Cado Belle October 21 Leeds University, Leeds, England October 22 Central Hall, York University, York, England October 23 Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland Cado Belle October 24 Manchester Palace, Manchester, England October 25 Wolverhampton Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, England October 27 New Victoria Theatre, London, England October 30 Pavillions de Pantin, Paris, France October 31, 1976 Jaap Edenhal, Amsterdam, Holland November 11 Juke Box, French TV Patrick Moraz This program showed clips from Don Kirchner's Rock Concert.

1977

February 24 Mid-Hudson Civic Center, Poughkeepsie NY Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Show was cancelled due to natural gas shortages in the U.S. March 5 Calderone Concert Hall, Hempstead, NY .38 Special Show postponed April 29 Quinnipiac College, Hamdel, CT Michael Stanley Band April 30 Alumni Fieldhouse, Bethany College, Bethany, WV May 1 Cook Gym, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ May 3 Washington Jefferson College, Washington, PA Poussete-Dart Band May 4 Gym, Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY Bat McGrath May 5 Orvis Activities Center, Alfred State College, Alfred, NY Commander Cody, Outlaws May 6 Calderone Concert Hall, Hempstead, NY May 7 Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ

May (UD) Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA May 11 Preston Auditorium, Radford, VA Pablo Cruise May 13 Allegheny College, Meadsville, PA Cambridge May 14 Palladium, New York City, NY Kinderhook Creek May 15 Civic Center, Baltimore, MD Little Feat

May 16 Arena, Potsdam, NY May 17 Veteran's Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, OH Outlaws, Michael Stanley Band May 18 Fieldhouse, Wittenberg College, Springfield, OH Michael Stanley Band, Starcastle May 20 Ohio Student Union Green, University Of Toledo, Toledo, OH Tom Paxton, Thom Bishop May 22 Jackson Field, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO Jerry Jeff Walker, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Richie Lecea May Daze Festival. The show was delayed an hour when ARS's equipment was delayed at Denver's Stapleton airport. June 3 Outdoor Performing Arts Facility, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL Jimmy Spheeris June 5 Titan Stadium, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Oshkosh, WI J. Geils, D. Kershaw, Muddy Waters, Chilliwack June 14 Sailor and Soldiers Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS Dickie Betts & Great Southern June 15 Convention Center, Pine Bluff, AK Dickie Betts & Great Southern June 16 Fairgrounds, Tulsa, OK Dickie Betts & Great Southern June 17 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX Dickie Betts & Great Southern June 18 Will Rogers Auditorium, Ft. Worth, TX Dickie Betts & Great Southern June 19 A Warehouse, New Orleans, LA Dickie Betts & Great Southern June 20 Civic Center, Thibodaux, LA Dickie Betts & Great Southern June 22 Ellis Auditorium, Memphis, TN Dickie Betts & Great Southern June 24 Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY America June 25-26 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD America June 28-30 Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI America July 1 Wings Stadium, Kalamazoo, MI America July 2 Coliseum, Ft. Wayne, IN America July 3 Centennial Hall, Toledo, OH America July 5-6 Blossom Music Festival, Cuyahoga Falls, OH America July 7 Arie Crown, Chicago, IL America July 8 Summerfest Mainstage, Milwaukee, WI America 100,000 attend the festival on this day with 4 stages of music being performed. July 9 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO America Canceled July 9 Civic Center, St. Paul, MN America July 10 Civic Center, Omaha, NE America July 16-17 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Denver, CO America Shows recorded live. July 22 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA Jeffrey Commanor Show recorded live, Richie Furay performs the encore with Poco and attends the reception after the show. July 26 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT America July 27 Alladin Theatre, Las Vegas, NV America July 29 Armory, Salem, OR America July 30 Expo Park, Central Point, OR America July 31, 1977 Concord Pavilion, Concord, CA (supporting America, with Little River Band. This turns out to be Tim Schmit's final appearance with Poco)

1978

1979

February 9-10 Rick's American Cafe, Aspen, CO Warm ups gigs for the upcoming club tour to reintroduce Poco to its audience. February 12-14 The Blue Note, Boulder, CO March 7 Thumper's South, Invergrove Heights, MN Daisy Dillman March 9 The Palms, Milwaukee, WI Brian Balestrieri Band March 11 Headliner's, Madison, WI Night Owl March 12 The Venture Store, St. Louis, MO No performance. This was an in-store promotional appearance. March 13-14 Mississippi Nights At Lacledes Landing, St. Louis, MO March 16 Agora Club, Columbus, OH Wheels March 17 Park West, Chicago, IL March 19 Park West, Chicago, IL (unconfirmed) March 20 Agora Club, Paynesville, OH March 23-24 The Paradise, Boston, MA cancelled the evening show on the 24th due to illness. March 26-27 Cabaret Theatre, Philadelphia, PA David Sayh cancelled due to illness. May have been rescheduled on March 28. March 30-31 Bottom Line, New York City, NY Grove Scrivener 2 shows April 2 Capri Ballroom, Atlanta, GA April (UD) Weinberg Center for the Arts, Fredrick, MD This show was advanced booked and advertised as an upcoming show but apparently no contract was signed and the show was cancelled. April 11 Crossroads Of The World, Hollywood, CA No performance. This was a photo shoot with photographer Henry Diltz. April 24-25 Old Waldorf, San Francisco, CA Collins & Levine April 27-28 Roxy, Los Angeles, CA Katy Moffat April 29 Irvine Bowl, Laguna Beach, CA May 13 Folsom Field, Colorado U., Boulder, CO Doobies, Boston, Bob Welch May 15 Civic Center Music Hall, Oklahoma City, OK May 16 Kiel Opera House, St. Louis, MO May 17 Old Lady Of Brady, Tulsa, OK Don White May 19 Memorial Stadium, Charlotte, NC Boston, Atlanta Rhythm Section May 21 Norfolk, VA May 22 Huntington, WVA May 23 Chattanooga, TN May 25 Miami Stadium, Miami, FL Boston, Doobie Bros., Granati Brothers Rusty Young walks off stage after only a couple songs after nearly being hit by an object thrown from the audience. May 27 Tangerine Bowl, Orlando, FL Boston, Doobie Bros. May 31 Tennessee Theater, Nashville, TN Roger Voudouris June 1 Cotton Carnival, Memphis, TN This was a free show sponsored by a local radio station. June 2 Carter Stadium, Raleigh, NC Boston, Van Halen, Outlaws June 12 Palace Theatre, Cleveland, OH Tycoon June 13 Capitol Centre, Largo, MD Poco cancels this show. June 15 Midhudson Civic, Poughkeepsie, NY Ian Hunter-Mick Ronson Band June 16 Belmont Park, NY Jay Ferguson June 17 Giant Stadium, Meadowlands, NY Utopia, Boston and the Outlaws Poco opens this show with a short 20-minute set. June 19 Memorial Hall, Fairgrounds, York, PA David Hallet June 20 Auditorium Theater, Rochester, NY Fandango June 21 Shea's, Buffalo, NY June 22 Beeghley Center, Ohio State University, Youngstown, OH Sea Level June 23 County Fieldhouse, Erie, PA Postponed June 23 Paramount Theatre, Wilkes-Barre, PA June 24 Palace Theatre, Cincinnati, OH Henry Paul Band June 26 Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, GA June 28 Birmingham Concert Hall, Birmingham, AL Hotel June 29 Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA July 1 Texas Hall, University Of Texas, Arlington, TX St. Elmo's Fire July 2 Music Hall, Houston, TX August 1 Erie, PA August 3-4 Wollman Rink, Central Park, New York City, NY Livingston Taylor (cancel), England Dan and JF Coley (cancel) Dave Mallett August 6 Blossom Music Festival, Cuyahoga Falls, OH Jimmy Buffett August 9 Pinecrest Music Fair, Shelton, CT Roy Buchanan August 10 Robin Hood Dell West, Philadelphia, PA Jimmy Buffett August 11 Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, MD Pure Prairie League August 12 Music Inn, Lenox, MA David Bromberg, Aztec Two Step August 14 Calderone Concert Theatre, Hempstead, NY August 15 Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ Steve Forbert August 18 Mississippi River Festival, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL John Stewart This show was a late addition to the festival. August 19 Memorial Hall, Kansas City, MO John Stewart August 22 Uihlein Hall, Performing Arts Center, Milwaukee, WI Michael Stanley Band August 25 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO Richie Furay performs the encore with Poco. August 26 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT August 28 Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA Dirt Band September 1 Ventura County Fairgrounds Ventura, CA Maria Muldauer, Sanford-Townsend Band Cancelled due to low ticket sales September 2 Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA Dirt Band canceled. September 5 Irvine Bowl, Laguna Beach, CA September 23 Battery Park, New York City Crosby, Stills and Nash, Paul Simon, Jackson Browne, Carly Simon, James Taylor, John Hall, Jesse Colin Young, Bonnie Raitt, Stephen Bishop, Raydio A daytime rally to generate interest in the night's show. September 23 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY, No Nukes Concert Crosby, Stills and Nash, Raydio, Paul Simon, Jackson Browne, Carly Simon, James Taylor, John Hall, Jesse Colin Young, Bonnie Raitt, Stephen Bishop, October 20 Ventura Seaside Arena, Ventura Fairgrounds, Ventura, CA Crosby, Stills and Nash, Jackson Browne This was a benefit concert in memory of Philippe Cousteau. The show was memorable for fans as CSN reunited onstage. Poco's equipment was used by all groups. October 26 Activity Center, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ Graham Nash, Dave Mason