Jan 19  -  Woolsey Hall. New Haven, CT.  (Not sponsored by Yale.) (Thanks to Timothy Wood & Kevin Garrity.)

Jan 21  -  Philharmonic Hall. New York City, NY. Leo Kottke supports. (Thanks to Mark Chapman.)
Jan 24  -  Le Grande Theatre. Quebec City, Canada.   Riverson supports.

Jan 25  -  Place Des Arts. Montreal, Canada.   Riverson supports.

Jan 26  -  Convocation Hall. Toronto, Canada.  Riverson supports?


Jan 27  -  Century Theatre. Buffalo, NY.  Aerosmith opens. First King Biscuit Flower Hour radio program recorded.
Jan 28  -  SUNYA Gym. Albany State College. Albany, NY. The Albany Symphony opens.

Feb 2    -  Haas Center for the Arts. Bloomsburg State College. Bloomsburg, PA. Aerosmith opens. (Wrong date in announcement.)

Feb 9    -  Hopkins Center. Dartmouth College.  Hanover, NH. 2 shows. (Thanks to Laura Schieb.)
 Feb 10  -  Ferris Athletic Center. Trinity College. Hartford, CT. Aerosmith supports. 

Feb 11  -  Jorgensen Hall. UConn at Storrs, CT. Scheduled opener Leo Kottke does not appear. Vocalist Jayne Alderman opens. (Thanks to Timothy Wood.)

Feb 14  -  Ford Auditorium. Detroit, MI. Jo Jo Gunne and Aerosmith open. (The spelling!)

Feb 15  -  Student Union Auditorium. University of Toledo. Toledo, OH.

Feb 16  -  Fieldhouse. Kenyon College. Gambier, OH.
Feb 17  -  Adelbert Gym. Case Western Reserve University.  Cleveland, OH. Aerosmith bumped - equipment was late.
Feb 18  -  Kinetic Playground. Chicago, IL. Aerosmith opens.

Feb 20  -  NEC Convention. Cincinnati, OH. Showcase 20 minute set for concert bookers.

Feb 21   -   Banana Fish Garden.  New York, NY.  ABC's "In Concert" taped. Video.

Feb 23  -  Bailey Hall. Cornell University. Ithaca, NY.  2 shows. (Thanks to
the Cornell Concert Commission Archives.)

Feb 24  -  Franklin Pierce College. Rindge, NH. Martin Mull also appears.

Feb 25  -  Gym. SMU.  N. Dartmouth, MA.  James Cotton replaces Larry Coryell.
(Thanks to Judith Farrar - UMass Dartmouth Historical Archives.)

Feb 27  -  C.W. Post Auditorium. C.W. Post College.  Greenvale, NY.  Mark-Almond supports.
(Thanks to Archives and Special Collections.  LIU Post Library.)

Mar 3    -  A. A. Henninger Athletic Center. LeMoyne College. Syracuse, NY. Supported by Tarika Blue.

Mar 9    -  Mayser Center. Franklin and Marshall University.  Lancaster, PA. Good Guy opens.

Mar 10  -  Constitution Hall. Washington, D.C. David Blue opens. (Thanks to Steve Applegate.)
Mar 11  -  Orpheum Theatre. Boston, MA. 2 shows. Rick Roberts opens.

Mar 16  -  Felt Forum. New York City.  Gentle Giant Supports. Jerry’s Birthday. James Taylor brings cake on stage.

Mar 17  -  Elting Gym. SUNY at New Paltz. New Paltz, NY. Larry Coryell (with Foreplay) supports. 2 shows. (Thanks to Anthony Carvino and Matthew Laudicina.)
Mar 18  -  Tyrone Guthrie Theater. Minneapolis, MN. Black Angels from the St Paul Chamber Orchestra opens.

Mar 19  - 
Stock Pavillion. University of Wisconsin.  Madison, WI. Mr. Brown supports. (Thanks to Pete Formiller.)

Mar 20  -   Albee Hall. University of WI - Oshkosh. Oshkosh, WI. Sick Man of Europe opens. (Cheap Trick)

Mar 21  -  Fieldhouse. Beloit College. Beloit, Wisconsin. Sick Man of Europe supports. (Thanks to Kevan Peterson and Fred Burwell.)
Mar 23  -  Winterland. San Francisco, CA. Captain Beefheart and Tranquility support.

Mar 24  -  Winterland. San Francisco, CA. Captain Beefheart and Tranquility support.

Mar 25  -  Paramount Theater. Portland, OR. Taj Mahal supports. (The Pointer Sisters sing back-up.)

Mar 26  -  Paramount Theater. Seattle, WA. Taj Mahal supports. (The Pointer Sisters) (Taped for TeleRock.) Video. (Thanks to Phil Hirschi.)
Mar 27  -  Civic Auditorium. Santa Monica, CA. The Section supports. (Sklar, Kunkel, Kortchmar, Doerge)

Mar 28  -  Granada Theater. Santa Barbara, CA. Robbie Basho opens. Two shows.
Mar 30  -  Celebrity Theatre. Phoenix, AZ. The revolving stage caused havoc to the sound. (Thanks to Mark Chapman.)
Mar 31  -  Auditorium. Palo Verde High School. Tucson, AZ. (Thanks to Norm DeWitt.)
Apr 2  -  Ebbets Field. Denver, CO. Supported by John Martyn. Radio broadcast.
Apr 3  -  Ebbets Field. Denver, CO. Supported by John Martyn.

Apr 5 -  Armadillo World Headquarters. Austin, TX.

Apr 6  -  Armadillo World Headquarters. Austin, TX.

Apr 7  -  Majestic Theater. Dallas, TX.  Tufano & Giammarese open. (Former members of The Buckinghams.)

Apr 8  -   ABC Theatre. AKA Santa Rosa Theatre. Houston, TX. Tufano & Giammarese open.

Apr 13  -  Morris A. Mechanic Theatre. Baltimore, MD. (Rescheduled)

Apr 14  -  Woods-Brown Amphitheatre, American University Washington D.C.  BloodStone supports.

Apr 16  -  Michigan State University Auditorium. East Lansing, MI. (Cancelled).
Apr 20  -  Hampton Coliseum. Hampton Roads, VA. John Hammond supports. (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)
Apr 21  -  American Legion Memorial Stadium. Charlotte, NC.  Allman Bros., Brownsville Station, Wet Willie, more.
Apr 25  -  Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Columbus, OH. (Thanks to Mark Chapman.)
Apr 26  -  Thiel College. Greenville, PA. (Thanks to the Thiel College Archives.)
Apr 27  -  The Capitol. Passaic, NJ.  Steele Eye Span opens or John Hammond opens. (Conflicting announcements.)

Apr 28  -  The Spectrum. Philadelphia, PA. With Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention. John Hammond opens.

Apr 29  -  Ahmanson Theatre. Los Angeles, CA.  Louden Wainwright III and Anthony Newman open. (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)
May 1    -  Kent State. University Kent, OH. Shared bill with Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention.

May 2    -  The Coliseum. Indianapolis, IN. Shared bill with Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention.

May 4    -  Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto, Canada. W/ Frank Zappa and the Mothers. The Good Brothers open.

May 5  -  War Memorial Auditorium. Rochester, NY. Shared bill with Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention. Acoustic guitarist Stanley Watson opens.

May 6  -  Field House. Hunterdon Central High School.   Flemington, New Jersey.

May 9  -  Morris A. Mechanic Theatre. Baltimore, MD. Urch Perch supports. (2 shows.)

May 11  -  Milwaukee Arena. Milwaukee, WI.  w/ Zappa and Mothers. John Hammond replaces Townes Van Zandt. (Thanks to Kevin Peterson.)
May 12  -  Cobo Arena. Detroit, MI. Shared bill with Frank Zappa and the Mothers. John Hammond opens.

May 13  -  University of Cincinnati. Cincinnati, OH. With Frank Zappa and the Mothers. Sandy Nassan opens.
May 17  -  Palace Theatre. Albany, NY. Deadly Nightshade opens.

May 18  -  Nassau Coliseum. Uniondale, Long Island, NY. w/ Frank Zappa and the Mothers. Leo Kottke opens.

May 19  -  Palace Theatre. Waterbury, CT. Leo Kottke supports. (Thanks to Gary Bolin.)
May 20  -  Providence Civic Center. Providence, RI.  w/ Frank Zappa and the Mothers.

May 25  -  Lowell State College. Lowell, MA. Merkwood opens?

May 27  -  Darien High School. Darien, CT. CANCELLED. Superintendent says concert would be too "high risk."

Jun 2  -  Concertgebouw. Amsterdam, Holland. This was a midnight concert.

Jun 3  -  Rheinhalle. Dusseldorf, Germany. (Thanks to Rolf Schneider.)

Jun 5  -  Musikhalle. Hamburg, Germany.
Jun 6  -  Philharmonie. Berlin, Germany. (Audio rigged to blare over Berlin Wall into E. Germany. Thanks Elliott Sears.)

Jun 7  -  Kongresshalle. Stuttgart-Boeblingen, Germany. (Thanks to Carsten Richter.) 

Jun 8  -  Kongresshalle. Frankfurt, Germany. (Thanks to Reinhold Preuss.)
Jun 9  -  Circus Krone Bau. Munich, Germany. (Chronicled in the Mahavishnu Orchestra Picture eBook.) (Thanks to Roland Hofmann.)
Jun 11-12  -  Kongresshaus. Zurich, Switzerland

Jun 13  -  Olympia Bruno Coquatrix. Paris, France.  (Thanks to Faith Beasley and Anjali Sundaram.)
Jun 14  -  Bataclan.  Paris, France. Filmed for the French TV show Pop 2. Video missing.

Jun 17  -  Free Trade Hall. Manchester, England. Support by Jaki Whitren. (Thanks to Johann Haidenbauer.)
Jun 18  -  Kelvin Hall. Glasgow, Scotland. Support by Jaki Whitren.

Jun 19  -  City Hall. Newcastle,England.
Support by Jaki Whitren.

Jun 20  -  Town Hall. Birmingham, England.  Support by Jaki Whitren.

Jun 21  -  Colston Hall. Bristol, England.  Support by Jaki Whitren. (Thanks to Colin Harper.)
Jun 30  -  Rainbow Theatre. London, England.  Support by Jaki Whitren.

Jul 13  -  Montreal Forum. Montreal, Canada. Section supports.

Jul 14  -  Civic Center. Ottawa, Canada. Section supports.

Jul 15  -  Pavillion de la Jeunesse. Quebec City, Canada. Section supports.

Jul 21  -  Lenox Arts Festival. Lenox, MA.
Flutist Sushil Mukherjee subs for The Section. (Thanks Mark Lawrence.)
Jul 23  -  Schaefer Stadium. Foxboro, MA. Supporting J. Geils Band.

Jul 27  -  Sportsdrome. Jeffersonville, IN. Mahavishnu and Frampton's Camel open for J. Geils.
Jul 28  -  Alpine Arena. Wilkensburgh (Pittsburgh), Pennsylvania. (Thanks to Carolyn Mehalik and Tony Cortese.)

Aug 3  -  Ellis Auditorium. Memphis, TN. The Marshall Tucker Band supports. (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)
Aug 4    -  War Memorial Auditorium. Nashville, TN. Marshall Tucker Band opens.

Aug 10  -  Civic Center. Saginaw, MI.

Aug 11  -  Civic Auditorium.  Grand Rapids, MI. (Thanks to Dale Williams.)

Aug 12  - Morris Civic Auditorium. South Bend, IN. The Section opens. (2 shows)

Aug 13  -  Memorial Auditorium. Kansas City, MO. Leo Kottke opens.

Aug 14  -  Southern Illinois. University Edwardsville, IL. The Section opens. (Thanks to Mark Chapman.)
Aug 15  -  Ohio State University. Mershon Auditorium. Columbus, OH. Danny Windgran opens.
Aug 17  -  Central Park. NY, NY. Between Nothingness & Eternity recorded. John Hammond opens.

Aug 18  - 
Central Park. NY, NY. Between Nothingness & Eternity recorded. Wet Willie actually opens.
Sep 19  -  Shibuya Kokaido. Tokyo, Japan.  (Thanks to Chris Dixon.)
Sep 20  -  Kosei Nenkin. Kaikan Dai Hall. Osaka, Japan.

Sep 21  -  Kosei Nenkin. Kaikan Dai Hall. Osaka, Japan.

Sep 22  -  Shimin Kaikan Dai Hall. Nagoya, Japan. (Thanks to Johann Haidenbauer.)

Sep 24  -  Kaikan Daiichi Hall. Kyoto, Japan.

Sep 26  -  Yubin Chokin Hall. Hiroshima, Japan. 
(Thanks to Cage Watanabe.)

Sep 28  -  Budokan Dai Hall. Tokyo, Japan.
Oct 7     -  Colden Auditorium. Queens College. Flushing, NY. John Fahey opens.
(Thanks to the Department of Special Collections- Queens College)

Oct 10   -  Carmichael Gym. University of North Carolina.  Chapel Hill, NC.

Oct 11  -   Wait Chapel. Wake Forest University Winston-Salem, NC. Mark-Almond supports.

Oct 12  -  Spectrum Theatre. Philadelphia, PA. Paul Butterfield and Better Days open.

Oct 19  -  Music Hall. Boston, MA. Pousette-Dart String Orchestra opens
. (Thanks Craig Seufert.)

Oct 20  -  The Capitol. Passaic, NJ. Mark-Almond Band opens.
Oct 25  -  Morrell Gymnasium. Bowdoin College. Brunswick,ME. Duke and the Drivers support.
Oct 26  -  Student Union Ballroom. University of Massachusetts.  Amherst, MA.

Oct 27  -  Alumni Hall. Providence College. Providence, Rhode Island. (No show.)                   

Oct 28  -  Woolsey Hall. Yale University. New Haven, CT.

Oct 30  -  Auditorium. Chicago, IL. (Thanks to Martin Neuliep.)
Oct 31  -  Uihlein Hall. Performing Arts Center.  Milwaukee. WI. (No Show.)

Nov 1    -
Hallenbeck Hall. State College. St. Cloud, MN.   T.S. Henry Webb opens – (ex-members of The Flock)
Nov 2    - Orpheum. Minneapolis, MN. T.S. Henry Webb supports. 2 shows.

Nov 4    - University of Colorado at Boulder. Mackay Auditorium Boulder, CO. 2 shows.

Nov 7    - Palace Theatre. New York, NY. Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert taping. Video1.  Video2.

Nov  9  - Celebrity Theatre. Phoenix, AZ.

Nov 10  - UCSD Gym. University of California at San Diego. San Diego, CA. Section supports? 2 shows.

Nov 11  -  Long Beach Arena. Long Beach, CA. Section supports? (Perhaps Harvey Mandel?)

Nov 12  -  The Roxy. Los Angeles, CA. The section opens. Thousands turned away from Roxy nightclub.

Nov 13  -  The Roxy. Los Angeles, CA.  The Section opens.

Nov 15  -  Del Mar Theatre. Santa Cruz, CA. 2 Shows. (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)
Nov 16  -  Berkeley Community Theater. Berkeley, CA 2 Shows. The Section opens.

Nov 17  -  Paramount NW Theater. Seattle, WA.
Nov 18  -  Paramount Theater. Portland, OR.  


Nov 21  -  Municipal Auditorium. Atlanta, GA. Papa John Creach and Argent open. Billy Cobham can't be found. Mahavishnu doesn't play. Rescheduled for Nov 26.

Nov 22  -  Bayfront Center. St. Petersburg, FL. Papa John Creach and Argent support. Food Fight!
Nov 23  -  Seminole Turf Club. Casselberry, FL. Papa John Creach and Argent support.

Nov 24  -  Jai Lai Fronton. Miami, FL.

Nov 26  -  Municipal Auditorium. Atlanta, GA. Rescheduled from November 21.

Nov 28  -  Hofstra University. Hempstead, NY. Raun McKinnon supports. 2 shows.

Nov 29  -  Cornell University.  Barton Hall. Ithaca, NY. Weather Report supports!
(Thanks to the Cornell Concert Commission Archives.)

Nov 30  -  Dillon Gym. Princeton University. Princeton, NJ. Chick Corea and Return to Forever supports!

Dec 1    -  State University of New York at Oneonta. Oneonta, NY. (Cancelled due to gas crisis!)
Dec 2    -  Constitution Hall. Washington, D. C. 2 shows. (Thanks to Steve Applegate.)
Dec 8    -  University Gym. Fairfield Univ. Fairfield, CT. Papa John Creach opens. Geraldo Rivera emcees.
(Thanks to Fairfield Univ. Archives. Elise D. Bochinski.)
Dec 9  -  Columbia Music Hall. West Hartford, CT. (Thanks to Gary Bolin.)
Dec 27  -  Philharmonic Hall (Now David Geffen Hall). New York City, NY. (Thanks to Mark Chapman.)
Dec 28  -  Philharmonic Hall (Now David Geffen Hall). New York City, NY.

Dec 29  -  Toledo Sports Arena. Toledo, OH.

Dec 30  -  Masonic Temple Auditorium. Detroit, MI. The last concert given by the greatest band that ever was.