Monday, March 08, 2010

STEPPENWOLF FAMILY TREE - SHOWS LIST

This story is the work of Bruno Ceriotti. Help in putting this together has been provided by Michael Monarch, Leigh Stephens, Randy Holden, Chuck Taylor, Gerard Daily, Bill Ware, Hewitt Jackson, Greg Vick, Randy M. Foley, Debra Rowlands, John Copeland, John Porter, Serge Bellerose, Marc Skobac, Nick Blakey, Colin Hill, John H. Warburg, Jason Hillenburg, Rock Tour Database, Rock Tour Database, Alex Casadei, Rob Branigin, Dan L., Merman, and Scott Nuckles, to whom I'm most grateful.


JACK LONDON AND THE SPARROWS #1 (EARLY 1964 - SPRING 1964)
1) Dave Marden (aka Jack London) lead vocals
2) Dennis McCrohan (aka Dennis Edmonton) vocals, lead guitar
3) Dave Hare keyboards
4) ? drums
5) ? bass


JACK LONDON AND THE SPARROWS #2 (SPRING 1964 - SUMMER 1964)
1) Jack London
2) Dennis Edmonton
3) Dave Hare
4) Gerald McCrohan (aka Jerry Edmonton) vocals, drums, harmonica
5) Brent Maitland (aka Burt Enfield) bass


Spring - Summer 1964: Jubilee Pavilion Auditorium, Oshawa, Lake Ontario, ON, Canada
The band plays regularly at this venue owned by Edmonton brothers's father.


JACK LONDON AND THE SPARROWS #3 (SUMMER 1964 - LATE 1964)
1) Jack London
2) Dennis Edmonton
3) Jerry Edmonton
4) Burt Enfield
5) C.J. Feeny keyboards


Summer 1964: Jubilee Pavilion Auditorium, Oshawa, Lake Ontario, ON, Canada
The band plays regularly at this venue owned by Edmonton brothers's father.

Fall 1964: Massey Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada
The band plays regularly at this venue.


JACK LONDON AND THE SPARROWS #4 (LATE 1964 - FEB 1965)
1) Jack London
2) Dennis Edmonton
3) Jerry Edmonton
4) C.J. Feeny
5) Bruce Palmer bass


late 1964 - early 1965: Massey Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada
The band continues to play regularly at this venue.


JACK LONDON AND THE SPARROWS #5 (FEB 1965 - MAY 1965)
1) Jack London
2) Dennis Edmonton
3) Jerry Edmonton
4) Klaus Karl Kassbaum (aka Nick St. Nicholas) bass, vocals
5) Art Ayre keyboards, harmonium


March 19, 1965: Massey Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada with Robbie Lane & The Disciples, The Mynah Birds, David Clayton Thomas and The Quintet, The Big Town Boys, Jon and Lee and The Checkmates, Lynda Layne

1965: Club Chez Monique, Yorkville Village, Toronto, ON, Canada


THE SPARROWS #1 (MAY 1965 - SEPT 1965)
1) Dennis Edmonton
2) Jerry Edmonton
3) Nick St. Nicholas
4) Art Ayre


Summer 1965: The Inn On The Parking Lot or Cafe El Patio, Yorkville Village, Toronto, ON, Canada
Some unconfirmed sources claims that the band was billed as 'The Sparrow' (without the last 's') on the concert poster.


THE SPARROWS #2 (SEPT 1965 - MAY 1966) / THE SPARROW #1 (MAY 1966 - JUN 2?, 1967)
1) Dennis Edmonton
2) Jerry Edmonton
3) Nick St. Nicholas
4) John Raymond Goadsby (aka Goldy McJohn) keyboards, vocals
5) Joachim Fritz Krauledat (aka John Kay) vocals, harmonica, rhythm guitar


September 1965: Waterloo Lutheran University, Waterloo, ON, Canada
The Sparrows #2 debut.

October 1965: Massey Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada with Gary Lewis And The Playboys

October 1965: Cafe El Patio, Yorkville Village, Toronto, ON, Canada

October 1965: Club Chez Monique, Yorkville Village, Toronto, ON, Canada

June 5, 1966: Arthur's, New York City, NY

Summer 1966: The Barge, Dune Road, Westhampton, Long Island, NY

Fall 1966: Downtown Club, New York City, NY

October 30, 1966: Hullabaloo, Los Angeles, CA with The Daily Flash

November 1966: It's Boss, 8433 Sunset Boulevard, Sunset Strip, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA

November 1966: Whisky A Go Go, 8901 Sunset Boulevard at Clark, Sunset Strip, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA with Sir Douglas Quintet (one week)

November or December 1966: The Galaxy, Sunset Strip, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA

December 8-15, 1966: The Ark, Gate 6, Sausalito, CA with Sons Of Champlin, The New Freudian Slips "Sound Show"

December 16-17, 1966: Avalon Ballroom, 1268 Sutter Street at Van Ness, San Francisco, CA with Youngbloods, Sons Of Champlin

December 20-22, 1966: The Ark, Gate 6, Sausalito, CA with Sons Of Champlin, The New Freudian Slips "Sound Show"

unknown date, 1966 or 1967: Avalon Ballroom, Sutter Street At Van Ness, San Francisco, CA with Blue Cheer

unknown date, 1966 or 1967: holiday inn, Davis, CA with Blue Cheer

January 13-14, 1967: Avalon Ballroom, 1268 Sutter Street at Van Ness, San Francisco, CA with Moby Grape, The Charlatans

January 14-15, 1967: Goman's Gay 90s, 345 Broadway, North Beach, San Francisco, CA (morning shows)

February 3-4, 1967: Avalon Ballroom, 1268 Sutter Street at Van Ness, San Francisco, CA with Kaleidoscope, Country Joe An The Fish

February 10, 1967: The Regency Ballroom, Leamington Hotel, 1814 Franklin Street, Oakland, CA with The Wildflower, The Living Children, The Immediate Family "The Funny Company presents This Is It"
The band was wrongly credited as 'The Sparrows' in a local newspaper ad. 

February 18, 1967: The Ark, Gate Six Road, Sausalito, CA with Moby Grape, California Girls

March 3-4, 1967: Avalon Ballroom, 1268 Sutter Street at Van Ness, San Francisco, CA with The Doors, Country Joe And The Fish

March 5, 1967: Avalon Ballroom, 1268 Sutter Street at Van Ness, San Francisco, CA with Moby Grape, Country Joe And The Fish, Big Brother and The Holding Company, Grateful Dead (as guests), Michael McClue (as guest) "Benefit for Newstage & Straight Theater"

March 16, 1967: Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA with The Charles Lloyd Quintet, Country Joe and The Fish

March 25, 1967: Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, 307 Church Street, Santa Cruz, CA with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Blue Cheer

March 30-31, 1967: California Hall, 625 Polk Street, San Francisco, CA with Hedds, Santana Bluz (sic), Outcasts "April Fool's Dance-Concert and Costume Ball"

April 7-8, 1967: Avalon Ballroom, 1268 Sutter Street at Van Ness, San Francisco, CA with Charlatans, Canned Heat

April 8, 1967: Mt. Tamalpais Outdoor Theater, Mt. Tamalpais, Mill Valley, Marin County, CA with Big Brother And The Holding Company, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Charlatans (afternoon show)

April 11-16, 1967: The Matrix, 3138 Fillmore Street, Marina District, San Francisco, CA with Jefferson Airplane (11-13)

April 28 or 29 or 30, 1967: California Hall, 625 Polk Street at Turk, San Francisco, CA "Ancestral Spirits Festival - Benefit for Haight-Ashbury Karmic Bail Fund and the Church of One"

April 28-30, 1967: The Matrix, 3138 Fillmore Street, Marina District, San Francisco, CA "Popcorn Happening - clowns and movies for children (day 29 only)"

May 9-11, 1967: The Matrix, 3138 Fillmore Street, Marina District, San Francisco, CA
Supposedly one of this show was recorded (the tape is wrongly dated "May 14, 1967") and some songs were released on the album: 'Early Steppenwolf' (July 1969).

May 12-13, 1967: Avalon Ballroom, 1268 Sutter Street at Van Ness, San Francisco, CA with The Doors
One of this show was recorded and a couple of the songs: 'Baby Please Don't Go' and 'Goin' Upstairs' were released posthumously on various Steppenwolf's album.

May 19-21, 1967: The Matrix, 3138 Fillmore Street, Marina District, San Francisco, CA
Supposedly one of this show was recorded (the tape is wrongly dated "May 14, 1967") and some songs were released on the album: 'Early Steppenwolf' (July 1969).

May 26, 1967: National Guard Armory, San Bruno, CA with Sons Of Champlin

May 28-30, 1967: California Hall, 625 Polk Street at Turk, San Francisco, CA with Sandy Bull, Flying Circus, The Epics, The CIA, The Outfit, The Bearing Straight, The Loading Zone, The Richard Honeman Quintet, The Ancestral Spirits, The Orkustra, The New Salvation Army Band, Notes From The Underground, The San Geet, Lightning Rod and The Circuit Breakers, Little Bo and Co., Lights by Aurora Glory Alice, Lights by The Flying Curcus and Bob Holt "Ancestral Spirits Festival - Benefit for Haight-Ashbury Karmic Bail Fund and the Church of One"

June 2-3, 1967: Fillmore Auditorium, 1805 Geary Boulevard, San Francisco, CA with Jim Kweskin Jug Band, Peanut Butter Conspiracy

June 9-10, 1967: California Hall, 625 Polk Street at Turk, San Francisco, CA with Steve Miller Blues Band "Ramlala"

June 10, 1967: Sidney B. Cushing Memorial Amphitheatre, Mt. Tamalpais State Park, Marin County, CA with Canned Heat Blues Band, The Doors, The Lamp Of Childhood, Blackburn And Snow, Dionne Warwick, Munt Rushmore, Rodger Collins, Merry-Go-Round, Jim Kweskin Jug Band, Spanky And Our Gang, Every Mother's Son, Kaleidoscope, Chocolate Watch Band, The Mojo Men "KFRC Fantasy Fair And Magic Mountain Music Festival - A Benefit for the Hunter's Point Child Care Center"

June 1? - 2?, 1967: The Galaxy, Sunset Strip, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA (two weeks)


THE SPARROW #2 (JUN 2?, 1967 - JUL 1?, 1967 (two weeks only))
1) Jerry Edmonton
2) Nick St. Nicholas
3) Goldy McJohn
4) John Kay
5) Michael Monarch lead guitar


June 2? - July 1?, 1967: The Galaxy, Sunset Strip, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA (two weeks)

June 28, 1967: Oakland Auditorium, 10 10th Street, Oakland, CA with Country Joe And The Fish, Young Rascals, Sons Of Champlin, Grass Roots (Grateful Dead filling in for The Sparrow)

July 6-9, 1967: Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, CA with Steve Miller Blues Band (6-9), Emerald Tablet (6) (Siegel Schwall Blues Band filled in for The Sparrow) 

July 9-10, 1967: California Hall, San Francisco, CA with Steve Miller Blues Band (The Sparrow cancelled)


STEPPENWOLF #1 (JUL 1?, 1967 - JUL 2? or AUG ?, 1968)
1) Jerry Edmonton
2) Goldy McJohn
3) John Kay
4) Michael Monarch
5) Rushton Moreve vocals, bass


December 11-14, 1967: Whisky A Go Go, 8901 Sunset Boulevard at Clark, Sunset Strip, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA with Topanga Canyon (11-13), Sweetwater (11-14)

January 1968: Whisky A Go Go, 8901 Sunset Boulevard at Clark, Sunset Strip, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA with Hugh Masakela

January 25-28, 1968: Whisky A Go Ho, 8901 Sunset Boulevard at Clark, Sunset Strip, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers

February 2, 1968: L.A. Sports Arena, Los Angeles, CA with Blue Cheer

February 23, 1968: Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA with Cream, Electric Prunes, Penny Nichols

March 1, 1968: Valley Music Theatre, 20600 Ventura Boulevard, Woodlands Hills, CA with Eric Burdon and The Animals, Sweetwater, Eire Apparent

March 8-9, 1968: Cheetah, 1 Navy Street, Venice Beach, Los Angeles, CA with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Kaleidoscope (the band was wrongly advertised as 'Steppen Wulf')

March 17, 1968: Pasadena Exhibition Hall, Pasadena, CA with Iron Butterfly, Peanut Butter Conspiracy, Clear Light, Jackson Browne, Penny Nichols, Gordon Alexander, Bluesberry Jam, Alexander's Rag Time Band, The Rockets, The Fields, The Peace Officers "St. Paddy's Medicine Show"

March 24, 1968: The Kaleidoscope, 6230 Sunset Boulevard at Vine Street, Sunset Strip, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA with Buffalo Springfield, Jefferson Airplane, Tiny Tim, H.P. Lovecraft, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Firesign Theatre, Clear Light, Peanut Butter Conspiracy, Sweetwater, Genesis "Benefit for Radio Strike fund for KMPX and KPPC djs" (afternoon show)

March 28, 1968: Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, UT (cancelled?)

March 28-30, 1968: Fillmore Auditorium, 1805 Geary Boulevard, San Francisco, CA with Flamin' Groovies, Country Joe And The Fish

March 31, 1968: The Cheetah, Santa Monica, CA with Love, Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead, Electric Flag, Country Joe and The Fish, Kaleidoscope, Fred Neil, Charlie Musselwhite, Traffic, Simon and Garfunkel, Eric Burdon and The Animals "KPPC Strike Benefit Fund"

April 6, 1968: Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA with Traffic, Electric Flag

April 7, 1968: Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA with Blue Cheer, Cactus, The Drift

April 11, 1968: Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA with Blue Cheer, Electric Flag "Teen Time USA"

April 19-21, 1968: Avalon Ballroom, 1268 Sutter Street at Van Ness, San Francisco, CA with Charley Musselwhite, 4th Way, Indian Head Band

May 2-5, 1968: Whisky A Go Go, 8901 Sunset Boulevard at Clark, Sunset Strip, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA with Travel Agency, Glad (not on the concert poster but they maybe provided support for at least one of these shows)

May 10, 1968: California State University (aka Cal State LA), Los Angeles, CA with Peanut Butter Conspiracy, General Store

May 13, 1968: State Fair Music Hall, Dallas, TX with The Chessman, American Breed

May 15-17, 1968: LaCave, Cleveland, OH

May 18, 1968: Chase Park Hotel Ballroom, St. Louis, MO

May 21, 1968: University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

May 22-26, 1968: Electric Theater, 4812 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL with Influence

May 30-31, 1968: Marine Stadium, Miami, FL

June 7-8, 1968: Fillmore East, 105 2nd Avenue, New York City, NY with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Electric Flag

June 9-12, 1968: Steve Paul's The Scene, New York City, NY with Mose Allison, Kenny Rankin

June 15, 1968: 'Upbeat', WEWS Channel 5, WUAB-TV Studios, Cleveland, OH with Helen Aberth, The American Breed, Ronnie Dante, Jay and the Techniques, Robert John, The Robbs, Sly and the Family Stone, Blue Cheer, Billy Vera (broadcast date)

July 2-4, 1968: Fillmore Auditorium, 1805 Geary Boulevard, San Francisco, CA with Creedence Clearwater Revival, It's A Beautiful Day
One of the show was recorded and later released on the album: 'Flight of The Sparrow'.

July 5, 1968: Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA with The Doors, Chambers Brothers

July 12-13, 1968: Sound Factory, 1817 Alhambra, Sacramento, CA with Initial Shock, Ace of Cups

July 23, 1968: Community Concourse, San Diego, CA with Brain Police

July 26, 1968: Eagles Auditorium, Seattle, WA

July 26, 1968: 'The Steve Allen Show',  NBC TV Show, Long Beach, CA with Shelley Berman, Shari Lewis, Ann Dee, Bernie Warren (broadcast date)

July 2? or August ?, 1968 (approximate date): football stadium, University of Denver, Denver, CO with Alice Cooper, Fever Tree, Conel Implosion "mini-Monterey Pop Festival"
Supposedly Rushton Moreve's last gig with the band.


STEPPENWOLF #2 (JUL 2? or AUG ?, 1968 - AUG 3, 1968 (few days only))
1) Jerry Edmonton
2) Goldy McJohn
3) John Kay
4) Michael Monarch
5) Michael 'Mike' Port bass


August 3, 1968: Orange County Fairgrounds, 88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa, CA with Tiny Tim, Electric Flag, Sonny and Cher, Chambers Brothers, Canned Heat, Country Joe And The Fish, Butterfield Blues Band, James Cotton Blues Band "First Annual Newport Pop Festival"
Supposedly this was Steppenwolf's only gig with the line-up #2.


STEPPENWOLF #3 (AUG 4, 1968 - ca. SEPT 1969)
1) Jerry Edmonton
2) Goldy McJohn
3) John Kay
4) Michael Monarch
5) Nick St. Nicholas


August 9-11, 1968: Avalon Ballroom, 1268 Sutter Street at Van Ness, San Francisco, CA with Siegal Schwall, Santana

August 16, 1968: The Cellar, Arlington Heights, Illinois with Bangor Flying Circus

August 21, 1968: Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA with The Grass Roots, Sonny Love, Sonny Knight & The Soul Congregation, Chicago Transit Authority, The Fabulous Wahler, Three Dog Night "First Annual Inland Empire Pop Festival"

August 23-24, 1968: Kings Beach Bowl, North Shore, Lake Tahoe, CA with Sanpaku

August 24, 1968: 'Upbeat', WEWS Channel 5, WUAB-TV Studios, Cleveland, OH with Richard Barbary, Chuck Berry, Wayne Cochran, Bobby Curtola, Johnny Daye, Iron Butterfly, The Main Attraction, The Swamp Seeds, The Temptations (broadcast date in Ohio....broadcasted in other States on September 1)

August 27-29, 1968: Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA with Staple Singers, Santana

August 31 or September 1 or 2, 1968: Betty Nelson's Organic Raspberry Farm, Sultan, WA "Sky River Rock Festival And Lighter Than Air Fair"

September 1, 1968: Sports Arena, Los Angeles, CA with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Sons Of Champlin, H.P. Lovecraft, Black Pearl, Fraternity Of Man, West, Buddy Miles Express, Three Dog Night (afternoon show)

September 1, 1968: Palace Of Fine Arts, 3601 Lyon Street, Marina District, San Francisco, CA with Marvin Gardens, Cold Blood, Initial Shock, Big Mama Thornton and The Hound Dog Band featuring Harmoncia George, Light Shows by Temporary Optics, Garden of Delights, Jerry Abrams Head Lights "Palace Of Fine Arts Festival - An Annual Benefit For The Haight Ashbury Free Medical Clinic & The Atheneum Arts" (evening show)

September 21, 1968: Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, UT with Cleveland Wrecking Company, Holden Caulfield

October 12, 1968: Market Hall, Dallas Market Center, Dallas, TX with Stevie Wonder, Moving Sidewalks, Little Gary Ferguson, The Crowd +1, The Soul Society

October 13, 1968: HemisFair Theater For The Performing Arts, San Antonio, TX with Johnny Winter, New Atlantis, Lights by Giant Light Show

October 18, 1968: Kinetic Playground, 4812 N. Clark Avenue, Chicago, IL with Ten Years After

October 20, 1968: The Scene, Milwaukee, WI (2 shows)

November 2, 1968: Civic Theatre, Akron, OH with James Gang, The Poor Girls, Chuck Dunaway (MC)

November 8-9, 1968: Fillmore East, 105 2nd Avenue, New York City, NY with Children Of God, Buddy Rich

November 15-16, 1968: Electric Factory, 2201 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA with The Youngbloods, Woody's Truck Stop

November 23, 1968: 'Upbeat', WEWS Channel 5, WUAB-TV Studios, Cleveland, OH with Jackie DeShannon, The Grass Roots, Gene Pitney, Raw Meat, Bobby Taylor, The Shadows of Knight, The Staple Singers, The Young-Holt Trio (broadcast date)

December 6, 1968: The Spectrum, Phiadelphia, PA with Grateful Dead, American Dream (filled in for Creedence Clearwater Revival), Sly and The Family Stone, Iron Butterfly, Al Kooper (MC and also sat-in with American Dream) "the 2nd Quaker City Rock Festival"

December 13, 1968: Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA with Three Dog Night, Black Pearl

December 21, 1968: Community Concourse, San Diego, CA with Brain Police, Lights by Thomas Edison

December 26, 1968: Cow Palace, Daily City, CA with Santana, Canned Heat, Blue Cheer, The New Buffalo Springfield, The Spencer Davis Group, Three Dog Night, The Electric Prunes, Flaming Groovies, Tender Loving Care "KYA Presents The San Francisco Holiday Rock Festival"

December 29, 1968: Gulfstream Park Racing and Casino, 901 South Federal Highway, Hallandale Beach, Broward County, FL with Marvin Gaye, The Grateful Dead, Hugh Masekela, Flatt and Scruggs, Butterfield Blues Band, Joni Mitchell, Procol Harum, James Cotton Blues Band, The Box Tops "Miami Pop Festival"

December 30, 1968: Atlanta Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA with surprise guest

December 31, 1968: Phoenix Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ with Blood, Sweat and Tears, Three Dog Night, Illinois Speed Press

January 4, 1969: 'Upbeat', WEWS Channel 5, WUAB-TV Studios, Cleveland, OH with The American Breed, Bobby Goldsboro, Al Kooper, The Lemon Pipers, The 1910 Fruit Gum Company, Sly and the Family Stone, Mary Wells, Aesops Fables, Robert John, The People's Choice, Lloyd Price, The Vogues (broadcast date)

January 5, 1969: 'The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour', CBS-TV Show, CBS Television City, 7800 Beverly Boulevard, Fairfax District, Los Angeles, CA with Nanette Fabray, Pat Paulsen (broadcast date)

January 31, 1969: Civic Center Music Hall, Oklahoma City, OK

February 7, 1969: Hec Edmundson Pavilion, University Way NE (aka The Ave), University District, Seattle, WA with Three Dog Night

February 28, 1969: Grande Ballroom, 8952 Grand River at Beverly, 1 Block South of Joy Road, Detroit, MI with Three Dog Night, Mr. Stress Blues Band

March 1, 1969: Grande Ballroom, 8952 Grand River at Beverly, 1 Block South of Joy Road, Detroit, MI with Three Dog Night, Frut Of The Loom

March 21, 1969: Aragon Ballroom, 1106 Lawrence Street, Chicago, IL with Three Dog Night, Bangor Flying Circus

March 26, 1969: Franklin County Veterans Memorial, Columbus, OH

March 28-29, 1969: Fillmore East, 105 2nd Avenue, New York City, NY with Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger And The Trinity, John Hammond Jr., Lights by Pablo

April 1-2, 1969: Electric Factory, 2201 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA with Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation

May ?, 1969: Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN with Grassroots, Flash, Board of Directors

May 16, 1969: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, London, UK with King Crimson, Terry Reid, Hard Meat, Steamhammer

May 18, 1969: Mothers, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with John Peel

June ?, 1969: Beat Club, TV Show, Bremen, West Germany
The band play song: 'Born To Be Wild'. The show was broadcasted on June 7.

June 20, 1969: Oakland Coliseum Arena, Oakland, CA with Three Dog Night, The Grass Roots, Smyth 

June 21, 1969: Devonshire Downs (aka The Downs), southwest corner of Devonshire Street and Zelzah Avenue, east of Reseda Boulevard, Northridge, San Fernando Valley (aka The Valley), Los Angeles County, CA with Albert Collins, Sweetwater, Brenton Wood, Buffy Sainte-Matie, Charity, Jethro Tull, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Eric Burdon & (maybe) The Blues Image, The Friends Of Distinction, Lee Michaels, Love "Newport '69"

June 22, 1969: Varsity Stadium, Toronto, ON, Canada "Toronto Pop Festival"

June 26, 1969: Borough of York Stadium, Toronto, ON, Canada

June 28, 1969: San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA with Santana, Cat Mother 

July 4, 1969: HemisFair Arena, San Antonio, TX with The Byrds

July 26, 1969: Freedom Hall, Louisville, KY

July 2?, 1969: Beat Club, TV Show, Bremen, West Germany
The band play song: 'Sookie, Sookie'. The show was broadcasted on August 2.

August 3, 1969: The Pavilion, Forest Hills, New York City, NY "Singer Music Festival"

August 15, 1969: Toledo Sports Arena, Toledo, OH

August 16, 1969: Hara Arena, Dayton, OH with The Stumps, The Brew

August 17, 1969: Ed Sullivan Show, CBS TV Show, Ed Sullivan Theatre, Broadway, New York City, NY
The band perform "Born To Be Wild".

August 22, 1969: Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, RI


STEPPENWOLF #4 (ca. SEPT 1969 - 1970)
1) Jerry Edmonton
2) Goldy McJohn
3) John Kay
4) Nick St. Nicholas
5) Larry Byrom lead guitar


September 12, 1969: The Forum, Inglewood, CA with Three Dog Night, Grass Roots

October 12, 1969: Foreman Field, Norfolk, VA

November 30, 1969: Palm Beach International Raceway, 17047 Beeline Highway, Jupiter, Palm Beach County, FL with The Byrds, The Rolling Stones, Jefferson Airplane, Canned Heat, Rotary Connection, and more "First Annual Palm Beach International Music Festival"

December 6, 1969: Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY with Rare Earth

December 13, 1969: 'Upbeat', WEWS Channel 5, WUAB-TV Studios, Cleveland, OH with The Bar Kays, The Classics IV, The Damnation of Adam Blessing, The Incredible Fog, The Lettermen, The Moments, The Newcomers, Gene Pitney, Plum Run, Sampson and Deliah, Willie and the Mighty Magnificents, Family, Lloyd Price, The Wind (broadcast date in Ohio....broadcasted in California on KTTV on December 28)

1970: Civic Center Music Hall, Oklahoma City, OK


January 10, 1970: Atlanta Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA

January 16, 1970: Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN with The Byrds, The Country Funks

January 22, 1970: Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA with Taj Mahal, Flying Burrito Brothers "In Concert For Peace" 

January 23, 1970: Jacksonville Coliseum, Jacksonville, FL

January 24, 1970: Fort Homer W. Hesterly Armory, Tampa, FL with Tony Joe White

February 6, 1970: Charleston Civic Center, Charleston, WV with Ten Wheel Drive

February 13, 1970: Indianapolis Coliseum, Indianapolis, IN with The Byrds, The Soul Messengers

March 7, 1970: Freedom Hall, Lousville, KY 

March 10, 1970: 'Why Marry?', TV Show with Alex Cord, Diane Baker, Linda Ronstadt, Joseph Campanella, Peter Kastner, Chelsea Brown, Jack Margolis, Jerry Belson (broadcast date)

March 17, 1970: 'Playboy After Dark', KTLA-5 TV Show, Los Angeles, CA with Gig Young, John Hartford, McCall & Brill, Dolores Hall (broadcast date)

March 20, 1970: Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS

April 3, 1970: Philadelphia Civic Center, Philadelphia, PA with Pacific Gas & Electric

April 4, 1970: Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, RI with Frijid Pink

May 1970: Cromwell Track & Field, University of Southern California campus, 850 West 37th Street, Los Angeles, CA with Sweetwater, Zephyr, Earth Disciples

May 2, 1970: 'Upbeat', WEWS Channel 5, WUAB-TV Studios, Cleveland, OH with The Vogues, Freddy Cannon, Eddie Floyd, Eddie Holman (broadcast date)

May 6, 1970: Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA with Osceola, Shades Of Joy, Lights by Holy See, General Hersheybar (MC) “Benefit concert for legal funds to fight the draft lottery"

May 22, 1970: Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI

May 30, 1970: South Mountain Arena, West Orange, NJ with Ten Wheel Drive "2nd Annual Garden State Rock Festival" 


STEPPENWOLF #5 (1970 - 1971)
1) Jerry Edmonton
2) Goldy McJohn
3) John Kay
4) Larry Byrom
5) George Biondo bass


June 13, 1970: Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom, 169 Ocean Boulevard, Hampton Beach, NH with Spice

June 27, 1970: Bath & West Showgrounds, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, UK with Canned Heat, John Mayall, Johnny Winter, Pink Floyd, Fairport Convention, Colosseum, It's A Beautiful Day, Keef Hartley, Maynard Ferguson Big Band "Bath Festival Of Blues And Progressive Music 70"

July 17, 1970: Downing Stadium, Randall Island, NY "New York Pop"

July 31, 1970: O'Keefe Centre, Toronto, BC, Canada with Bush

August 6, 1970: Shea Stadium, Flushing Meadows, NY with Creedence Clearwater Revival, Sha Na Na, Country Joe McDonald, Ten Wheel Drive, Richie Havens, Big Brother and The Holding Company, Al Kooper, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Hair, James Gang, John Sebastian, Mother Earth, Pacific Gas & Electric, Tom Paxton, Poco, The Rascals, Paul Simon, Staple Singers, Dionne Warwick, Janis Joplin, Herbie Hancock, Miles Davis, Johnny Winter "Summer Festival for Peace - Benefit Concert"

August 8, 1970: The Warehouse, New Orleans, LO

August 9, 1970: Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN

September 4, 1970: Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX with James Gang, Bush

September 12, 1970: Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI with John Mayall, Savage Grace

October 2, 1970: The Forum, 3900 West Manchester Boulevard, Inglewood, CA with John Mayall

October 17, 1970: Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI with Sugarloaf

November 22, 1970: Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI with Ten Years After, Lucifer

December 19, 1970: Forum de Montréal, 2313 St-Catherine Quest, Montréal, QC, Canada with Bush, Don McLean (cancelled), Soma, Rabble

January 24, 1971: Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA with B.B. King

February 1, 1971: University of Illinois, Champaign, IL

February 5-6, 1971: Fillmore East, 105 2nd Avenue, New York City, NY with Ten Wheel Drive, Genya Ravan, Luther Allison

February 12-13, 1971: Winterland, Steiner Street at Post Street, San Francisco, CA with Buddy Guy, Junior Wells Blues Band, Cold Blood, Shiva's Headband, Lights by Spontaneity

March 5, 1971: The Syndrome, Chicago Coliseum, Chicago, IL

March 13, 1971: Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY with Fat

April 3, 1971: Miami Marine Stadium, Key Biscayne, FL 

April 16, 1971: Olympia Stadium, Detroit, MI with Alice Cooper, Lighthouse

April 23, 1971: Villanova Field House, Villanova, PA with Rags and The Family

May 15, 1971: Warehouse, New Orleans, LO with Little Feat

June 21, 1971: 'The Big Record', TV Show with Creedence Clearwater Revival, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Ike & Tina Turner, Tony Joe White (broadcast date)

June 26, 1971: Borough of York Stadium, Toronto, BC, Canada with Alice Cooper, Bread, Blood Rock, Beach Boys, Lihthouse, Chilliwack, Old Rationals "Beggar's Banquet Festival"

July 10, 1971: Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium, 399 McCallie Avenue, Chattanooga, TN

August 8, 1971: Manhattan Center, New York City, NY with Five Dollar Shoes


STEPPENWOLF #6 (1971 - FEB 14, 1972)
1) Jerry Edmonton
2) Goldy McJohn
3) John Kay
4) George Biondo
5) Kent Henry lead guitar


STEPPENWOLF #7 (1974)
1) Jerry Edmonton
2) Goldy McJohn
3) John Kay
4) George Biondo


STEPPENWOLF #8 (1974)
1) Jerry Edmonton
2) Goldy McJohn
3) John Kay
4) George Biondo
5) Bobby Cochran lead guitar


STEPPENWOLF #9 (1974 - 1975)
1) Jerry Edmonton
2) John Kay
3) George Biondo
4) Bobby Cochran
5) Andy Chapin keyboards


October 11, 1974: Pauley Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA with UFO, Dalton & Dubarri

October 13, 1974: Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA with Lydia Pense with Cold Blood, Earthquake

November 1-2, 1974: Tuesdays, San Diego, CA with Tall Water, Sons Of Champlin

November 18, 1974: Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI with Climax Blues Band, Ken Lyon and Tombstone
Steppenwolf's performance was recorded. 

November 23, 1974: Michigan Palace, Detroit, MI with Camel

November 24, 1974: Valley Forge Music Fair, Devon, PA

December 7, 1974: Civic Center, unknown city, unknown state with Montrose

March 2, 1975: The Music Hall, Cleveland, OH with Arlo Guthrie

March 14, 1975: 'Don Kirshner's Rock Concert - Steppenwolf Stars On Kirshner Rock Concert', TV Show (broadcast date)


STEPPENWOLF #10 (1975 - 1980)
1) Jerry Edmonton
2) John Kay
3) George Biondo
4) Bobby Cochran
5) Wayne Cook keyboards


August 24, 1975: Mesker Amphitheatre, Evansville, ID with Rod Stewart

August 27, 1975: The Nightclub, Atlanta, GA

August 29, 1975: Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL


September 20, 1975: Michigan Palace, Detroit, MI with Canned Heat, White Lightin'

December 8, 1975: Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI with Savoy Brown

unknown date, 1975: Pauley Pavilion, U.C.L.A. campus, 301 Westwood Plaza, Westwood Village, Los Angeles, CA

Early 1976: unknown venue, Birmingham, AL

October 14, 1977: Night Moves, St. Louis, MO

October 21, 1977: University of San Diego, San Diego, CA with Camino

August 19, 1978: TG's East, Greenwood Lake, NY

October 20-21, 1978: The Other End, Pittsburgh, PA with Hausen

March 12, 1979: Center Stage, Canton, MI

April 7-9, 1979: Cheyenne Social Club, St. Petersburg, FL

May 19, 1979: State-Wayne Theater, Wayne, MI

August 8, 1979: Alpine Valley Music Theatre, Elkhorn, WI with Journey


JOHN KAY AND THE STEPPENWOLF #1 (1980 - EARLY 1982)
1) John Kay
2) Michael Palmer lead guitar
3) Steve Palmer drums
4) Chad Perry bass
5) Brett Tuggle keyboards


February 6-7, 1980: Mikatam Lounge, Genesee Township, MI 

March 10, 1980: Agora Club, Hallandale Beach, FL 

April 4-5, 1980: The Palms, Milwaukee, WI 

June 19-20, 1980: Center Stage, Canton, MI 

July 26, 1980: Mount Pleasant Speedway, Mount Pleasant, MI with The Association, Black Oak Arkansas, The Grass Roots, Salem Witchcraft, Northwind "Rock & Roll Revival Party"

November 2, 1980: Le Club Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada with Sgt. Rock

November 19, 1980: Old Town Music Hall, Birmingham, AL

January 13, 1981: The She, Dayton, OH

January 15, 1981: Uptown Theatre, Kansas City, MO

March 15, 1981: Rainbow Music Hall, Denver, CO

March 23, 1981: The Palms, Milwaukee, WI 

March 26, 1981: Second Chance, Ann Arbor, MI

June 20, 1981: Le Club Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

July 2, 1981: Club Casino, Hampton Beach, NH with Silverado

July 25, 1981: Logan Racquet Club, Traverse City, MI

July 28, 1981: Center Stage, Canton, MI 

August 5, 1981: The Pier, Raleigh, NC

September 3, 1981: Rainbow Music Hall, Denver, CO with Jeff Valdez

September 28, 1981: Second Chance, Ann Arbor, MI 

October 2, 1981: Uptown Theatre, Milwaukee, WI



JOHN KAY AND THE STEPPENWOLF #2 (EARLY 1982 - APR 1982)
1) John Kay
2) Michael Palmer
3) Steve Palmer
4) Welton Gite bass
5) Michael Wilk keyboards, vocals, bass


JOHN KAY AND THE STEPPENWOLF #3 (APR 1982 - NOV 1984)
1) John Kay
2) Michael Palmer
3) Steve Palmer
4) Michael Wilk
5) Gary Link bass


Spring 1982: unknown venue, Raleigh, NC

May 20, 1982: Massey Hall, Toronto, Ontario, Canada with Lydia Taylor

July 3, 1982: CW Post Campus, Nassau County, NY

October 19, 1982: Celebrity Theatre, Phoenix, AZ

October 24, 1982: Rainbow Music Hall, Denver, CO with Looker

June 12, 1983: Rainbow Music Hall, Denver, CO

June 17, 1983: Rainbow Music Hall, Denver, CO

July 11, 1983: Fulton Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA with The Nigthawks

July 15, 1983: Harpos, Detroit, MI

July 23, 1983: The Centrum, Worcester, MA with The Animals

September 9-10, 1983: Summers on the Beach, Fort Lauderdale, FL

1983 or 1984: unknown venue, Goldsboro, NC

March 16, 1984: Uptown Theatre, Kansas City, MO

March 23, 1984: Harpos, Detroit, MI

March 24, 1984: Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA with Assassin

March 28, 1984: Brandywine Club, Chadds Ford, PA

March 30, 1984: Twilight Zone, New Haven, CT

May 17, 1984: Toad's Place, Waterbury, CT 


JOHN KAY AND THE STEPPENWOLF #4 (NOV 1984 - 1985)
1) John Kay
2) Michael Palmer
3) Steve Palmer
4) Michael Wilk


June 10, 1985: Phantasy Theater, Cleveland, OH with King Cobra & Rook

July 10,1985: Salty Dog Skyroom Saloon, Buffalo, NY

August 3, 1985: Harpos, Detroit, MI


JOHN KAY AND THE STEPPENWOLF #5 (1985 - JAN 1996)
1) John Kay
2) Michael Wilk
3) Rocket Ritchotte lead guitar
4) Ron Hurst vocals, drums


November 3, 1985: Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS

November 7, 1985: Fox Theatre, Detroit, MI with The Guess Who

December 10, 1985: Clowes Memorial Hall, Indianapolis, IN with The Guess Who

December 14, 1985: Orpheum Theatre, Memphis, TN with The Guess Who

January 24, 1986: Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles, CA with The Guess Who

February 2, 1986: Holiday Inn Centre, Odessa, TX with The Guess Who

February 21, 1986: Boutwell Auditorium, Birmingham, AL with The Guess Who

June 5, 1986: September's Cafè, Cheektowaga, WA with The Guess Who

June 6, 1986: Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA with The Guess Who

June 7, 1986: Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI with The Guess Who, Montrose

June 10, 1986: Mid-Hudson Civic Center, Poughkeepsie, NY with The Guess Who

June 20, 1986: Rocky Point Palladium, Warwick, RI with The Guess Who

June 26, 1986: Cambria County War Memorial, Johnstown, PA with The Guess Who 

June 28, 1986: Agora Ballroom, West Hartford, CT with The Guess Who

July 16, 1986: Starlight Theatre, Kansas City, MO

August 8, 1986: The Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA with The Guess Who

August 19, 1986: Rainbow Music Hall, Denver, CO

June 7, 1987: Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI with Alvin Lee, Roger McGuinn "Rock Trek I"

October 2, 1987: Zivkos, Hartford, WI with Foghat, Outlaws

October 8, 1987: The Louisville Gardens, Louisville, KY with Foghat, The Outlaws

October 18, 1987: Miami Marine Stadium, Key Biscayne, FL with Foghat, Outlaws

October 25, 1987: Expo Hall, Florida State Fairgrounds, Tampa, FL

November 7, 1987: Harpos, Detroit, MI

November 13, 1987: Uptown Theatre, Kansas City, MO

May 20, 1988: Zivkos, Hartford, WI with Gregg Allman Band

May 21, 1988: Munn Ice Arena, East Lansing, MI with Gregg Allman Band, And So Are You, General Public, The Wayouts "MSU RHA Free Concert" 

June 11, 1988: McCoy Stadium, Pawtucket, RI with Gregg Allman Band, Blushing Brides

June 13, 1988: Toad's Place, New Haven, CT

June 24, 1988: Jannus Landing, St. Petersburg, FL

September 14, 1988: The Silo, Greenfields, PA with Arthurs Museum

June 23, 1989: Wesport Playhouse, St. Louis, MO with Jimmy Lee and The Joint Jumpers

May 25, 1990: Rockefellers, Houston, TX

July 12, 1990: Club Eastbrook, Grand Rapids, MI

July 20, 1990: Hart Plaza, Detroit, MI with J.D. Lamb, The Chisel Brothers, Thornetta Davis, Leslie West "Rock & Roll on the Riverfront"

August 25, 1990: Westport Playhouse, St. Louis, MO with Gene Edelen

November 10, 1990: Grosse Freiheit 36, Hamburg, Germany

July 23, 1991: Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI with Three Dog Night, Dave Mason

September 2, 1991: Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre, Englewood, CO with Three Dog Night, Dave Mason

May 22, 1992: North Coast Harbor, Cleveland, OH with DaveMason, Jefferson Starship "The Great American Rib Cook Off"

June 12, 1992: Star Lake Amphitheatre, Burgettstown, PA with Blue Oyster Cult, Jefferson Starship, Molly Hatchet, Leslie West "WDVE's Electric Lunch Live"

July 8, 1992: The Palace, Auburn Hills, MI with Bachman-Turner Overdrive "The Palace Summerfest"

July 9, 1992: Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, MI with Head East, The Guess Who "The Palace Summerfest"

July 10, 1992: Riverport Amphitheatre, Maryland Heights, MO with Kansas, Peter Frampton, Bachman-Turner Overdrive, J.D. Blackfoot "KSHE Klassic Concert"

July 16, 1992: Shooters on the Water, Cleveland, OH

July 18, 1992: Val Du Lakes Amphitheatre, Mears, MI 

July 22, 1992: Eaton County Fairgrounds, Charlotte, MI 

August 27, 1992: The Marquee, Detroit, MI  

March 24, 1993: Monroe County Convention Center, Bloomington, IN with Larry Crane, Duke Tomato and His Power Trio

May 19, 1993: Circle Star Theater, San Carlos, CA with Poco, Edgar Winter

June 11, 1983: Front Row Theatre, Highland Heights, OH with Poco, Dave Mason, Edgar Winter "A Night of Classic Rock"

June 12, 1993: Val Du Lakes Amphitheatre, Mears, MI with Edgar Winter


June 13, 1993: Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI with Poco, Edgar Winter, The Marshall Tucker Band 


June 19, 1983: I.C. Light Amphitheater, Pittsburgh, PA with Eric Burdon, Edagsr Winter, Brian Auger "A Night of Classic Rock"

October 16, 1993: Zephyrhills Festival Park, Zephyrhills, FL with Eric Gales, Saigon Kick, Anthrax, The Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies, Cry Of Love, Candlebox "Livestock 4"

June 24, 1995: Silver Lake Rec-Plex, Mears, MI "Sandy Corley Benefit"

July 26, 1995: Oakdale Theatre, Wallingford, CT with Jefferson Starship, Procol Harum

July 1, 1995: Pabst Festival Stage, Milwaukee, WI "SummerFest"

July 15, 1995: Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI with Jefferson Starship, Procol Harum

July 21, 1995: Star Lake Amphitheater, Burgettstown, PA with Procol Harum, Jefferson Starship "WDVE Electric Lunch Live"

September 17, 1995: Sage Supper Club, Midvale, UT


JOHN KAY AND THE STEPPENWOLF #6 (JAN 1996 - PRESENT)
1) John Kay
2) Michael Wilk
3) Ron Hurst
4) Danny Johnson vocals, lead guitar


May 30, 1997: Civic Center, Peoria, IL with Pat Travers, Blue Oyster Cult, Foghat

June 8, 1997: Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI with Foghat, Blue Oyster Cult, The Pat Travers Band "Summer Daze '97"

June 20, 1997: Mud Island Amphitheatre, Memphis, TN with The Pat Travers Band, Foghat, Blue Oyster Cult "Summer Daze '97"

March 26-27, 1999: Island Resort & Casino, Harris, MI with Blue Oyster Cult

May 8, 1999: San Giuliano Park, Venice, Italy

October 10, 1999: Hawthorne Race Course, Stickney/Cicero, IL with Alice Cooper

December 31, 1999: 12-block party zone, downtown Phoenix, AZ with Gin Blossoms, Peacemakers, Pistoleros, Gas Giants, Waylon Jennings, Three Dog Night, C.C. Rider, The Association, The Crickets, The Rock and Roll Army "Phoenix Celebration 2000"

July 28, 2000: Westbury Music Fair, Westbury, NY with Mark Farner

August 18, 2001: Westbury Music Fair, Westbury, NY with Robbie Krieger, Foghat

June 8, 2002: Pferderennbahn Neue Bult, Langenhagen, Lower Saxony, Germany with Rose Tattoo, Greyhound Soul, Doc Holliday, Elizabeth Lee, N.T.N., Lizard "Rock & Bike Festival No.1" 


June 26, 2005: DTE Energy Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI with The Doors, Pat Travers, Vanilla Fudge, The Yardbirds "Strange Days Festival"

52 comments:

  1. Steppenwolf played a concert February 13th, 1970 in Indianapolis at the fairgrounds with the Byrds and The Soul Messengers.

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  2. Bruno,
    Although not billed, Sanpaku opened this show for Steppenwolf on 8/23-24/1968.
    http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/flyer-kings-beach-bowl-lake-tahoe-134278296
    HPaku

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  3. Steppenwolf played a concert in Edmonton, Alberta in 70,71 at the Edmonton Gardens. I'm a little fuzzy on the date but I was present. Great concert. I'd love to see some of it on youtube, but I can't find any postings of it.

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  4. The concert listed as Jul 2, or Aug ? '68 in Denver, Co. was held at the old Denver University football stadium. I'm thinking the show was in August..... have been searching off and on for months and can't find a specific date. The local concert posters called it the "mini-Monterrey Pop Festival". Steppenwolf was the headliner, with local Denver band the Conel Implosion, Texas-based Fever Tree, and a fairly unknown band from Phoenix called Alice Cooper (long before the guillotine)completing the line up. Fever Tree was GREAT! Alice ran a 440 around the track during the band's final song, and Steppenwolf had their set cut short due to curfew. I was a sophomore in high school when I went to this show. What a super way for a 16 year old to spend an evening.

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    1. Thanks John! Let me know if you find the exact date of the gig!

      Cheers,
      Bruno

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  5. It took me a lot of searching the internet but I found the concert I went to: Steppenwolf at the Miami Marine Stadium, May 30-31 1968. Source - Billboard May 18, 1968. Probably the first "rock" concert I ever attended. I was a sophomore in high school.

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  6. John Kay & Steppenwolf
    Monroe County Convention Center
    March 24, 1993

    w/ Larry Crane, Duke Tomato and His Power Trio

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  7. Does anyone know of a concert that Steppenwolf played in Jackson, Mississippi in either 1969 or 1970?
    Would really appreciate an exact date. Thanks

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  8. They played Birmingham, Alabama in early 1976.

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    1. Thanks Debra, I hope to find the exact venue and date for this gig.....

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    2. I remember seeing them in Monroe, La. At the Monroe Convention Center around the same time.

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  9. I saw john kay and Steppenwolf in Knoxville Tenn in 1987 and I believe it was at the state fair or the worlds fair site.......I still have the tour shirt but no ticket stub.

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    1. Do you know the site/date of the show? I'm cataloging my concert history on setlist.fm and this was my "first" concert since my mom was pregnant at this show. Thanks!

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    2. Do you know the site/date of the show? I'm cataloging my concert history on setlist.fm and this was my "first" concert since my mom was pregnant at this show. Thanks!

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  10. Steppenwolf was the headliner in a concert with Moby Grape and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band at Citrus Community College football stadium in Azusa, CA, probably around 1968 since all these groups had popular singles playing on the FM stations in Los Angeles at the time.

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    1. if you find the exact date let me know! thanks!

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  11. Didn't Steppenwolf play a concert in San Antonio with the Byrds in 1969 or 1970?

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    1. you're right....July 4, 1969 at the HemisFair Arena. I have this gig in my archive, I just forget to added it here, thanks!

      Cheers,
      Bruno

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  12. Not sure of the exact year but they played at the old Warwick Musical Theater in Warwick, Rhode Island. Maybe 1999 or 2000 ? Outdoor gig sponsoerd by a radio station. Opening act was John Cafferty & Beaver Brown band.

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  13. I saw John Kay with Steppenwolf in 1975 at Pauley Pavilion, UCLA around mid year...

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    1. thanks man, added the gig. I wish we can find the exact date....

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  14. Hi - Saw Steppenwolf as headliner along with Ten Wheel Drive featuring Genya Ravan in Charleston, WV on 2/6/70. Saw Steppenwolf again in April, 1970 at Freedom Hall, Louisville, KY.

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  15. I don't have exact dates except for one: The first time I saw John Kay and Steppenwolf was in 1981 in Raleigh, NC in "the subway" which was an below ground complex of nightclub and bars in the Cameron Village section of Raleigh. I also saw John Kay & Steppenwolf again in the Spring of 1982 at another nightclub location in Raleigh, NC. In 1983 or 1984 I saw John Kay and Steppenwolf in a nightclub in Goldsboro, NC. And finally- this has an exact date: On December 31, 1999 - January 1, 2000, I saw John Kay & Steppenwolf at the New Years Eve Millenium Concert in Downtown Phoenix, AZ with a series of other bands.

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    1. Thanks Merman! I will try to find the exact dates of those gigs and I'll give you the credit for the help!

      Cheers,
      Bruno

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  16. I recall Steppenwolf at Chicago's Auditorium Theater in '71, give or take a year. Maybe right before or after the 2/1/71 show at Univ of Illinois... I'm pretty sure it wasn't at the Coliseum (3/71 show) - I'd been to hockey games there.

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    1. Thanks Barry, hope to find the exact date of this gig one day!

      Cheers,
      Bruno

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  17. Steppenwolf played the Sioux City, Iowa Auditorium in 1977 & S. Sioux City, Neb. @ The Marina Aug 1982. Played Des Moines Area Spring 1983. The Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, Iowa Aug 1996 for 3 nights. They are one of my favorite bands of all time ... RLS

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  18. Gary Link was the bassist from April 82 to November 84. Not Gite...

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  19. Steppenwolf played the Civic Center, Music Hall. Oklahoma City, OK. January 31, 1969. My first concert. Played again in 1970, but I don't remember the date.

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    1. STEPPENWOLF at Salt Lake City Terrace Ballroom Sept.21, 1968.

      Congratulations Bruno, for the great effort and work of compilation and information carried out in his blog. In a nutshell I summarize it like this: AWESOME !!!. As fans of Steppenwolf owed my gratitude. Above is a small information to add with your consent, which was not listed. Greeting - Alex Casadei (from Uruguay)

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  20. STEPPENWOLF plus Three Dog Night in concert, sat. 8 pm. - KIEL - march 22nd of ????? (unknow)
    Thanks Bruno - All the best from Alex Casadei (Uruguay)

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  21. John Kay & Steppenwolf - Live at the Depot - Wednesday, august 4, 2010 - 8 pm.

    All the best Bruno - from Alex Casadei.

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  22. John Kay & Steppenwolf - Mitch Ryder - Them - Big Brother & The Holding Company - Birth Control - Blue Cheer - Kraan - Hypnotix and more - Burg Herzberg Open Air - july 13-16, 2000.

    From Alex Casadei (Uruguay)

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  23. John Kay & Steppenwolf 1990 - Batschkapp Frankfurt concert poster - november 1st, 1990.

    Alex Casadei (Uruguay)

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  24. JOHN KAY & STEPPENWOLF 1990 BERLIN Concert - november 11, 1990.

    John Kay & Steppenwolf AGAIN - Blickpunkstudio Dortmund Germany - november 17, 1990.

    Alex Casadei.
    Alex Casadei (Uruguay)

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  25. JOHN KAY & STEPPENWOLF with Beachy and The Beachnuts at The Spirit Club, 1130 Buenos Ave. San Diego - Fri.january 15, 1982

    Alex Casadei.

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  26. STEPPENWOLF - Wildwood Convention Hall, 4500 Boardwalk, Wildwood, N.J. - Friday - Saturday, august 6th - 7th (unknown year)??????

    Alex Casadei.

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  27. JOHN KAY & STEPPENWOLF - special guests "Arthur Museum" at The Silo, Rt. 183, Greenfields - Wednesday 14th, 1988.

    Alex Casadei.

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  28. Steppenwolf tour dates and concerts 2011
    06/23/11 Tachi Palace Hotel and Casino, Lemoore, CA
    07/10/11 Peppermill Casino, Wendover, NV
    07/16/11 Sturgis North, 1st Annual Motorcycle Rally and Music Festival, Salmon Arm, British Columbia, Canada
    07/21/11 Harris Park, London, Ontario, Canada
    07/23/11 Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino, Santa Fe, NM
    09/10/11 Hot Springs Rally, Hot Springs Convention Center, Hot Springs, AR
    09/17/11 Choctaw Casino Event Center, Durant, OK
    12/01/11 Rock Legends Cruise, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, Fort Lauderdale, FL

    All the best Bruno - Alex Casadei.

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  29. STEPPENWOLF in concert, Jacksonville Coliseum, 8 p.m., friday-january 23, 1970

    Alex Casadei.

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