Jan 22  -  Union College Chapel. Union College. Schenectady, NY.
Jan 23  -  Villanova University. Philadelphia, PA. Opens for Jerry Garcia and Howard Wales. (Hooteroll?)

Jan 26  -  Symphony Hall. Boston, MA. Opens for Jerry Garcia and Howard Wales.

Jan 28  -  Loew's State Theatre. Providence, RI.
Opens for Jerry Garcia and Howard Wales. (Hooteroll?)

Jan 29  -  Century Theatre, U of B. Buffalo, NY. Opens for Jerry Garcia and Howard Wales. (Hooteroll?)

Feb 3-6  -  My Father's Place.   Roslyn, NY.

Feb 12  -  Neely Hall. Vanderbilt University. (Thanks to Vanderbilt Archives. Vanderbilt Hustler. Feb 11, 1972. Article by Bart Rogers. Page 9. Teresa Gray.)

Feb 18   -  Philadelphia Spectrum. Supporting T. Rex.  Mark-Almond also appears.

Feb 19  -  Nassau Community College. Garden City, NY.  (Headliner Cotton's set cancelled due to electric shock danger). (Thanks to Linda Gorman.)
Feb 20  -  SUNY. Brockport, NY. Lighthouse opens.

Feb 25  -  Carolina Coliseum. U of S. C.  Columbia, SC.  Opens for McKendree Spring and NY Rock Ensemble.

Feb 26  -  Grinnell College.  Grinnell, IA.

Feb 27  -  Tyrone Guthrie Theatre. Minneapolis, MN. Michael Johnson opens.

Feb 28  -  Livestock Center. University of Missouri.  Columbia, MO.
(Thanks to University of Missouri Archives.)
Mar 1    -  Cahn Auditorium. Northwestern University.  Evanston, IL. John Prine opens. (Thanks to Raju Rajkumar and Joe Guzzo).                     
Mar 3  -  Milwaukee Performing Arts Center. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Taj Mahal opens. (Thanks to Kevan Peterson.)
Mar 4    -  Clark University. Worcester, MA. Jake Holmes opens. (Thanks to Clark University Archives.)
Mar 8    -  Hollinger Field House. Westchester State College.  Westchester, PA. Taj Mahal and Fat Dog open. (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)

Mar 11  -  Grace Hall. Lehigh University. Bethlehem, PA. Super Taste opens.
Mar 12  -  Laker Hall. SUNY Oswego. Oswego, NY. Billy Joel and Fairport Convention also appear.

Mar 17  -  Zodiac. Brownsville, PA. Hereafter opens.

Mar 18  -  Horsetrader and Coffee House. Colby College. Waterville, ME. Despite ad, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells and Taj Mahal open.

Mar 21  -  Denver Coliseum. Denver, CO. Supports Emerson, Lake and Palmer.

Mar 22  -  Long Beach Auditorium. Long Beach, CA. Supporting Emerson, Lake and Palmer.

Mar 23  -  Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. Santa Monica, CA. Supporting ELP. (2 shows - late show added).

Mar 24  -  Winterland. San Francisco, CA. Mahavishnu and Blues Project support Emerson, Lake and Palmer.

Mar 25  -  Winterland. San Francisco, CA. Mahavishnu and Blues Project support Emerson, Lake and Palmer.

Mar 27  -  Whisky A Go Go. Los Angeles, CA.

Mar 28  -  Whisky A Go Go. Los Angeles, CA.

Apr 1    -  Princeton University.  Alexander Hall Princeton, NJ. John Prine supports.

Apr 3    -  Mar Y Sol Festival. Vega Baja, PR.

Apr 7    -  Kendall Hall. Trenton State College. Ewing, NJ. Happy and Artie Traum replace opener Iain Matthews. (Thanks to Linda Dempf.)
Apr 8    -  Sunshine In. Asbury Park, NJ.
Apr 9    -  Philharmonic Hall. New York City, NY.  (Thanks to Johann Haidenbauer.)
Apr 11  -  Delcastle Tech High School. Wilmington, DE. U. of Delaware.  Snakegrinder opens.

Apr 14  -  Dining Hall. Dickinson College. Carlisle, PA. Opener Mick Greenwood shows up late. Plays second.

Apr 16  -  Aquarius Theater. (Now the Orpheum.) Boston, MA. McKendree Spring supports?

Apr 17  -  Cobo Hall. Detroit, MI. Supporting Emerson, Lake and Palmer.

Apr 19  -  Miami University of Ohio. Middletown, OH.

Apr 20  -  Antioch College. Yellow Springs, OH.  (Thanks to Doug Harlow.)

Apr 21  -  Cleveland Public Hall. Cleveland, OH. West, Bruce & Laing and Procol Harum headline. David Rea guests.

Apr 22  -  Marietta College.  Ban Johnson Field House Marietta, OH.  Glass Harp opens.
(Thanks to Linda Showalter - Marietta College Special Collections.)
Apr 23  -  Xavier University. Cincinnati, OH. Allman Brothers cancel at very last moment, Spirit fills in.

Apr 24  -  Town Cinema Theatre. Bloomington, IN. Caroline Peyton and the Screaming Gypsy Bandits support.

Apr 25  -  The Ritz Theatre. Indianapolis, IN.
Apr 28  -  Meehan Auditorium. Brown University.  Providence, RI. New Riders of the Purple Sage also appear.

Apr 29  -  Syracuse University-Skytop Lounge. Syracuse, NY. Ravi Shankar opens. College TV station tapes. Video.

Apr 29  -  Reid Athletic Center. Hamilton, NY. Colgate University. Same day as Syracuse Skytop show. James Cotton opens.

Apr 30  -  Kleinhans Music Hall. Buffalo, NY. Lighthouse headlines.

May 4  - 
Campus Lawn. CCNY. NY, NY. To open for The Byrds & Stevie Wonder. Cancelled. Rain. Rescheduled for 5/9.

May 5  -  Yale University. New Haven, CT.   (Elliott Sears confirms. Looking for artifacts.)

May 6  - 
Student Union Cafeteria. (Rain venue.) Univ. of Miami. Coral Gables, FL. Crome Yellow and Stu Mitchell open. (Thanks to David Erhardt.)
May 7    -  Sports Arena. Atlanta, GA.  Hampton Grease Band opens.

May 9    -  CCNY. NY, NY. (Rescheduled from 5/4.) Byrds, Stevie Wonder can't play. Billy Preston opens.

May 12  -  Indiana University. College Lodge. Indiana, PA.  Mary Smith & Smokestack and movie Yellow Submarine open!
May 13  -  Camden Community College. Blackwood, NJ.
May 14  -  Alfred University. Alfred, NY. Afternoon show.

May 15  -  Hunter College. New York City, NY. Radio Broadcast. Judy Collins and John Simon "open." Taped. Sound from different source.  Video.

May 17  -  Council Rock High School.  Newtown, PA.  Raw Silk supports. (Thanks to Al Faaet.)

May 20  -  The Capitol Theatre. Passaic, NJ. Harry Chapin opens. (Thanks to Mark Chapman.)
May 21  -  Auditorium Theatre. Chicago, IL. Alex Taylor (brother of James) and Seatrain open. (Thanks to Jeff Makos.)
May 24  -  "North of Pool Area."  Florida Atlantic University. Boca Raton, FL. James Cotton Blues Band opens.

May 26  -  Fort Homer Hesterly Armory. Tampa, FL. Seatrain headlines.

May 27  -  Hollywood Sportatorium. Pembroke Pines, FL. Opens for Seatrain. Chase also appears?

May 28  -  Tully Gym. (Venue change according to David Lee.) FSU. Tallahassee, FL. Seatrain and Bacchus also play. (Thanks to Timothy Wood.)
Jun 2     - Orlando Sports Stadium, Central Florida Univ. Orlando, FL. MC George Carlin. Todd Rundgren opens.

Jun 9     - Memorial Auditorium. Dallas, TX. Dr. John and MO support The Allman Brothers Band.

Jun 10   - Armadillo World Headquarters. Austin, TX.

Jun 11  -  Hofheinz Pavillion. Houston, TX. Dr. John and MO support The Allman Brothers Band.

Jun 12  -  The Funky Quarters. San Diego, CA. Two shows. (Thanks to Ted Preciado.)

Jun 14-15  -  Whisky A Go Go. Hollywood, CA. (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)

Jun 16  -  Whisky A Go Go. Hollywood, CA.

Jun 17  -  Whisky A Go Go. Hollywood, CA.

Jun 18  -  Berkeley Community Theatre. Berkeley, CA. Supporting the comedy team of Cheech and Chong!

Jun 21  -  Boston Common. Boston, MA. Sunset Series concert. Loggins and Messina support.

Jul 6  -  Carnegie Hall. NY, NY. Newport Jazz Festival.  Oscar Peterson and Cannonball Adderley open. 2 shows.

Jul 7    -  Bushnell Auditorium. Hartford, CT. (Thanks to Timothy Wood.)
Jul 8    -  Lenox Arts Center. Lenox, MA. (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)
Jul 10  -  Student Union Ballroom. University of Massachusetts. Amherst, MA. Deadly Nightshade opens.

Jul 17  -  Orrie de Nooyer Auditorium. Hackensack, NJ. McKendree Spring opens. 2 shows.

Jul 19  -  Reflections Club. Cincinnati, OH. (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)

Jul 20  -  Agora Theatre. Columbus,OH.
Jul 21  -  Victoria Opera House. Dayton,OH. 

Jul 22  -  Ritz Theatre. Indianapolis, IN. Caroline Peyton and the Screaming Gypsy Bandits  supports – 2 shows. (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)
Jul 23  -  Milwaukee SummerFest. Milwaukee,WI. The Doors, post-Jim Morrison, also appear. (Thanks to Kevan Peterson.)
Jul 29  -  Staples High School. Westport, CT. Taj Mahal opens. 2 shows. Jan Hammer plays Minimoog on stage for first time. (Thanks to Elliott Sears.)
(Thanks to Edward Jennings.)

Jul 30  -  Cape Cod Melody Tent, Hyannis, MA.

Jul 31  -  Shady Grove Music Fair. Gaithersburg, MD. Buzzy Linhart opens.

Aug 4  -  Wildwood Convention Hall.  Wildwood,NJ. Taj Mahal and Crystal Mansion also appear.

Aug 5    -   Wollman Rink. Central Park NY, NY.  Taj Mahal opens. (Thanks to Andy Shernoff.)
Aug 7    -  The Painters Mill Music Fair. Owings Mills, MD.  Dr. Hook supports.

Aug 9    -  Ravinia Music Festival. Ravinia Park Highland Park, IL. Billy Preston opens.

Aug 10  -  Ford Auditorium. Detroit, MI. Ted Lucas and Eagles open.
Aug 11  -  The Rubber Bowl. Akron,OH. Yes headlines. Mahavishnu and The Eagles also appear.

Aug 12  -  University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, MI. (Cancelled).

Aug 13  -  Tyrone Guthrie Theater. Minneapolis, MN. (Typo in ad. Sunday was August 13).

Aug 15  -  Jazzhus Montmarte. Copenhagen, Denmark. No show. Stage too small. (Elliott Sears). Schedule was changed at some point to 16th. (Confirmed by passports.)
(Thanks to Jorgen Angel and Claus Rasmussen.)

Aug 17  -  Deutsches Museum. Munich, Germany. Filmed by German Television. Video. (Thanks to Johann Haidenbauer.)
Aug 20  -  Montreux Jazz Festival. Montreux, Switzerland. Brian Auger's Oblivion Express opens. (Thanks to Johann Haidenbauer.)
Aug 21  -  Outdoor venue. Saint Tropez. Cancelled due to heavy rains. 

Aug 23  -  Festival de Chateauvallon. Chateauvallon, France. Williams, Clarke, Ponty open. Taped. Video.  (Television Broadcast date below.)
Aug 25  -  BBC Theatre. “Sounds for Saturday” London, England.  (AKA "In Concert" video).  Video.

Sep 2    -  Crystal Palace. London, England. Yes, Gary Wright and others. (Thanks Vanni Cappelli.) 
Sep 8    -  Cameron Indoor Stadium. Duke University. Durham, NC.  Eagles support.

Sep 9    -  Symphony Hall. Atlanta, Georgia. Radar supports.

Sep 15  -  Wesleyan Hockey Rink. Wesleyan University. Middletown, CT.  (Thanks to Jennifer Hadley.)
Sep 16  -  Fieldhouse. Windham College. Putney, VT. (Thanks to Keith Bloomfield.)
Sep 17  -  R.P.I. Armory. Troy, NY. Frampton's Camel and MO open for J. Geils.
Sep 22 - Campus Gym. Fairleigh-Dickinson University. Rutherford, NJ. John Hammond opens.

Sep 23  -  Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall. Carnegie Mellon University. Pittsburgh, PA. Xanadu opens.

Oct 1     -  Philadelphia Academy of Music. Philadelphia, PA. Leo Kottke opens.

Oct 6    -  Buffalo State University. J.R. Weitz and Fabulous Rhinestones open.

Oct 13  -  Lisner Auditorium. G.W. University. Washington D.C.  Azure opens. Bomb threat delays show.

Oct 14  -  Cincinnati Gardens. Cincinnati, OH. On bill with Joe Walsh and Barnstorm, Edgar Winter and more... (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)
Oct 15  -  The Patio. University of Miami. Miami, FL. Larry Coryell and Foreplay open. Pat Metheny witnesses.

Oct 27  -  Aquarius Theater. (Now Orpheum). Boston, MA. Loggins and Messina open. 2 shows.
Oct 28  - 
Alexander Hall. Princeton University.  Princeton, NJ. 2 shows.

Oct 29  -  Hawkins Hall. SUNY Plattsburgh State. Plattsburgh, NY. James Cotton Opens. 2 shows.
Nov 3    -  Aragon Ballroom. Chicago, IL. The Siegal-Schwall Blues Band Opens.

Nov 4    -  Hoch Auditorium. University of Kansas. Lawrence, KS. Charles Lloyd opens.

Nov 5  -  Kiel Auditorium. St. Louis, MO. Peter Allen, Rory Gallagher and Mason Proffit also appear.

Nov 6  -  Student Union Ballroom. University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.

Nov 9    -  Berkeley Community Theatre. Berkeley, CA.  Joe Walsh and Barnstorm opens.

Nov 10  -  Civic Auditorium. Santa Monica, CA. The Section opens.

Nov 11  -  Paramount Theater. Seattle, WA.

Nov 19  -  Palace Theater. Waterbury, CT.  John Paul Jones and Friends opens.

Dec 1    -  Middlebury College. Middlebury, VT. Leo Kottke opens.

Dec 2    -  Palace Theatre. Providence, RI. Mott the Hoople opens.

Dec 3    -  Chapin Hall. Williams College.  Williamstown, MA. Leo Kottke opens. (Thanks to Mark Chapman.)
Dec 5    -  Maurice Stokes Field House. St. Francis University.  Loretto, PA. Glass Harp opens. (Thanks to Ted McCallion.)
Dec 8    -  Kenyon Gym. Vassar College. Poughkeepsie, NY.
Dec 9    -  Irvine Auditorium.
University of PA. Philadelphia, PA. Rowan Bros. open.

Dec 10  -  Welte Auditorium. Central CT State College. (Now University. ) New Britain, CT. Prairie Oysters open!
Dec 27  -  Hollywood Speedway Park. Hollywood, FL. Allman Bros., Edgar Winter, Dr. John and others.



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