Wednesday, August 25, 2010

WOODY'S TRUCK STOP FAMILY TREE - SHOWS LIST

This story is the work of Bruno Ceriotti. Help in putting this together has been provided by Rudy Reber, and Steven Rea, to whom I'm most grateful. 


WOODY'S TRUCK STOP #1 (MAY 1966)
1) Alan Miller lead guitar, backround vocals, vibes, timpani
2) Carson Van Osten bass, backround vocals
3) Arthur 'Artie' Heller drums
4) Robert 'Bobby' Radeloff lead vocals, harmonica, rhythm guitar


WOODY'S TRUCK STOP #2 (MAY 1966 - JUN 1966)
1) Alan Miller
2) Carson Van Osten
3) Artie Heller
4) Bobby Radeloff
5) Ken Radeloff lead vocals, electric piano (Bobby's brother)


June 12, 1966: Camden Music Fair, Camden, NJ with The Byrds


WOODY'S TRUCK STOP #3 (aka #2) (JUN 1966 - SEPT 1966)
1) Alan Miller
2) Carson Van Osten
3) Bobby Radeloff
4) Artie Heller
5) Ken Radeloff
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6) Tim Moore drums (filling in for Artie Heller at several gigs because Artie felt he wasn't good
enough on the drums!)


August - September 1966: The Second Of Autumn, Philadelphia, PA


WOODY'S TRUCK STOP #4 (SEPT 1966 - OCT 1966)
1) Alan Miller
2) Carson Van Osten
3) Bobby Radeloff
4) Ken Radeloff
5) Joe DiCarlo drums
6) Todd 'Star Trek' Rundgren lead guitar, backround vocals


WOODY'S TRUCK STOP #5 (OCT 1966 - APR 1967)
1) Alan Miller
2) Bobby Radeloff
3) Ken Radeloff
4) Joe DiCarlo
5) Todd Rundgren
6) Mike Crowley (aka Creed Walker) bass (apparently he used a nom de plume because he was on the run over a draft avoidance thing and the federal government was chasing him!)


October or early November 1966: The Artist's Hut, 2006 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

February 17, 1967: Clothier Hall, Swarthmore College campus, 500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, PA with Jefferson Airplane "2nd Annual Swarthmore College Rock Festival"


WOODY'S TRUCK STOP #6 (APR 1967 - MAY 7, 1967)
1) Alan Miller
2) Bobby Radeloff
3) Ken Radeloff
4) Todd Rundgren
5) Creed Walker
6) ? drums


May 7, 1967: Town Hall, Philadelphia, PA with The Blues Project 


WOODY'S TRUCK STOP #7 (MAY 8, 1967 - 1969)
1) Alan Miller
2) Bobby Radeloff now switched from rhythm guitar to drums
3) Mark Oberman vocals, acoustic guitar
4) Ron Bogdon bass
5) Greg Radcliffe vocals, rhythm guitar
 
 
February 16-18, 1968: Electric Factory, 2201 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA with Peanut Butter Conspiracy

April 12, 1968: Electric Factory, 2201 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA with Cream

April 23-28, 1968: Electric Factory, 2201 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA with American Dream, Elizabeth, Edison Electric
This was billed as 'The Sound Of Philadelphia' on the March poster, but Grateful Dead ended up as headliners for the weekend. Perhaps these four groups still played Tuesday thru Thursday, before the Dead moved in as headliners.

July 17, 1968: JFK Stadium, Philadelphia, PA with Country Joe and The Fish, The Rascals, The Box Tops, Delfonics "Schmidt's Beer Presents The Philadelphia Music Festival"

October 4-5, 1968: Electric Factory, 2201 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA with Moby Grape, Albert King

October ??, 1968: Psychedelic Supermarket, Boston, MA with Moby Grape (two nights)

November 15-16, 1968: Electric Factory, 2201 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA with Youngbloods, Steppenwolf

December 31, 1968: Electric Fatory, 2201 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA with Pacific Gas & Electric, Sweet Stavin Chain

February 27-28 and March 1, 1969: Boston Tea Party, 53 Berkeley Street, Boston, MA with Buddy Guy

March 21-22, 1969: Electric Factory, 2201 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA with Thunder & Roses, Fire Eye, The Farm, Black Flag

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