Friday, January 07, 2011

THE ELECTRIC PRUNES FAMILY TREE


THE SANCTIONS #1 (ca. JAN 1965 - ca. FEB 1965)
1) James 'Jim' Lowe lead vocals, autoharp, tamburine, rhythm guitar
2) Mark Tulin vocals, bass
3) Ken Williams lead guitar
4) Steve Acuff drums


THE SANCTIONS #2 (ca. FEB 1965 - 1965) / JIM AND THE LORDS #1 (1965)
1) Jim Lowe
2) Mark Tulin
3) Ken Williams
4) Michael Quenten 'Mike' Weakley drums  


JIM AND THE LORDS #2 (1965 - ca. NOV 1965)
1) Jim Lowe
2) Mark Tulin
3) Ken Williams
4) Mike Weakley
5) Dick Hargrave organ 


JIM AND THE LORDS #3 (aka #1) (ca. NOV 1965 - ca. FEB 1966) / THE ELECTRIC PRUNES #1 (ca. FEB 1966 - 1966)
1) Jim Lowe
2) Mark Tulin
3) Ken Williams
4) Mike Weakley


THE ELECTRIC PRUNES #2 (1966)
1) Jim Lowe
2) Mark Tulin
3) Ken Williams
4) Mike Weakley
5) James 'Weasel' Spagnola vocals, rhythm guitar


THE ELECTRIC PRUNES #3 (1966 - 1967)
1) Jim Lowe
2) Mark Tulin
3) Ken Williams
4) James Spagnola
5) Preston James Ritter drums


THE ELECTRIC PRUNES #4 (aka #2) (1967) 
1) Jim Lowe
2) Mark Tulin
3) Ken Williams
4) Mike Weakley (aka Quint)
5) James Spagnola


THE ELECTRIC PRUNES #5 (1967 - JAN 1968)
1) Jim Lowe
2) Mark Tulin
3) Ken Williams
4) Quint
5) Mike Gannon vocals, rhythm guitar

 
THE ELECTRIC PRUNES #6 (JAN 1968 - 1968)
1) Jim Lowe
2) Mark Tulin
3) Ken Williams
4) Mike Gannon
 
 
THE ELECTRIC PRUNES #7 (1968 (only two months))
1) Mark Tullin
2) Ken Williams
3) Mike Gannon
4) Kenny Loggins vocals, lead guitar
5) Jeromy Stuart keyboards 
 
 
THE ELECTRIC PRUNES #8 (1968 - 1969)
1) Richard 'Dick' Whetstone vocals, drums
2) John Herron organ Hammond B-3 
3) Mark Kincaid vocals, guitar
4) Brett Wade vocals, bass
 
 
THE ELECTRIC PRUNES #9 (1969)
1) Dick Whetstone
2) Mark Kincaid
3) Brett Wade
4) Ron Morgan guitar


THE ELECTRIC PRUNES #10 (1969 - ca. FEB 1970)
1) Dick Whetstone
2) Mark Kincaid
3) Ron Mogan
4) Clayton Gromer bass

Wednesday, January 05, 2011

IRON BUTTERFLY FAMILY TREE - SHOWS LIST

This story is the work of Bruno Ceriotti. Help in putting this together has been provided by Gerard Daily, Don Guito, Greg Vick, Randy M. Foley, Bob Fischer, Tim Doherty, and Laurie McVickar Griesemer, to whom I'm most grateful.


THE SHADOS (1961 - 196?)
1) Danny Weis guitar
2) ?????? + others unknown


THE PROGRESSIVES (196? - 196?)
1) Doug Ingle piano
2) Kerry Chater bass
3) Gary 'Mutha' Whitem sax
4) Danny Weis guitar
5) Al Dorval drums


JERI AND THE JERITONES (196? - 1965)
1) Danny Weis guitar
2) Doug Ingle piano
3) Kerry Chater bass
4) Jerry Chater (aka Jeri Martinson) vocals
5) Al Dorval drums


THE PALACE PAGES #1 (1965)
1) Danny Weis guitar
2) Doug Ingle keyboards
3) Gary Withem sax
4) Jack Pinney drums
5) Kerry Chater bass


1965: The Palace, San Diego, CA
The band played there as house band for a few months.


THE PALACE PAGES #2 (1965 - ca. FEB 1966)
1) Jack Pinney
2) Danny Weis
3) Doug Ingle
4) Greg Willis bass


1965 - ca. February 1966: The Palace, San Diego, CA
The band played there as house band for a few months.


THE PALACE PAGES #3 (ca. FEB 1966 - ca. APR 1966)
1) Jack Pinney
2) Greg Willis
3) Danny Weis
4) Doug Ingle
5) Darryl DeLoach vocals, tamburine


ca. February - ca. April 1966: The Palace, San Diego, CA
The band played there as house band for a few weeks.


THE PALACE PAGES #4 (ca. APR 1966 - AUG 1966)
1) Danny Weis
2) Doug Ingle
3) Darryl DeLoach
4) Jerry 'The Bear' Penrod bass, vocals
5) Bruce Morris drums


ca. April 1966 - ca. June 1966: The Palace, San Diego, CA
The band played there as house band for a few weeks.

ca. June - August 1966: Bido Lito's, 1608 N Cosmo Street, Downtown Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA
The band played there as house band for a few weeks, six nights a week, three to four shows a night.


IRON BUTTERFLY #1 (AUG 1966 - SEPT 14, 1967)
1) Danny Weis
2) Doug Ingle
3) Darryl DeLoach
4) Jerry Penrod
5) Ron Bushy drums


August - September 1966: Bido Lito's, 1608 N Cosmo Street, Downtown Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA
The band played there as house band for a few months, six nights a week, three to four shows a night.

September 24, 1966: Veteran's Memorial Hall, Oakland, CA with Deed Of Shame, The Friendly Stranger, Motley Crew

November - December 1966: Whisky a' Go Go, 8901 Sunset Boulevard at Clark Street, West Hollywood, CA
The band played numerous gigs at this venue in this period (possibly as many as 36).

December 18, 1966: Whisky a' Go Go, 8901 Sunset Boulevard at Clark Street, West Hollywood, CA with The Leaves

December 23-31, 1966: Whisky a' Go Go, 8901 Sunset Boulevard at Clark Street, West Hollywood, CA with The Turtles

December 31, 1966: Spectrum, Los Angeles, CA "New Years Eve Mad Mod Party"

unknown date, 1967: Rose Deitch's Galaxy, 8917 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA with Gross National Product
The band played there as house band for a few months (including the month of July).

January 14, 1967: Hullabaloo, Earl Carroll Theater, 6230 Sunset Boulevard, Downtown Hollywood, CA with Love, Electric Prunes, Seeds, Sons Of Adam, Sound Machine, The Mandala, Coloring Book, Seeds Of Time, Peanut Butter Conspiracy, Smokestack Lightning, Factory, Reasons For Being, Wild Ones "After Hours"
The Hullabaloo began an ambitious series of “after hours” shows tonight, promoted by KBLA’s deejay Humble Harve. Fourteen groups were scheduled to play between 2:00am and 6:00am at the first “after hours” event, but in the end only eight of them made the stage. The Moonkes, The Mamas and The Papas, and The Miracles, were all in the audience.

February 18, 1967: Valley Music Theatre, 20660 Ventura Boulevard, Woodland Hills, CA with Love, Canned Heat Blues Band, East Side Kids, Morning Glory

February 24, 1967: Avalon Ballroom, 1268 Sutter Street at Van Ness Street, San Francisco, CA with Charlatans, Moby Grape

March 26, 1967: Elysian Park, Los Angeles, CA with The Daily Flash, Peanut Butter Conspiracy, Clear Light, The Rainy Daze, The Factory, The Other Half, Flamin' Groovies, Steve Miller Blues Band, Sopwith Camel (canceled), West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, The Turtles, West Coast Branch, The Nazz, Grateful Dead, The Seventh Son, Firesign Theatre & New Generation "Easter Sunday Love-In"

April 23, 1967: Cheetah, 1 Navy Street, Venice, Santa Monica, CA with Chambers Bros., Love

April 28-29, 1967: Avalon Ballroom, 1268 Sutter Street at Van Ness Street, San Francisco, CA with Chambers Brothers

May 19, 1967: Valley Music Theatre, 20600 Ventura Boulevard, Woodlands Hills, CA with Peanut Butter Conspiracy, Other Half

June 9, 1967: Middle Earth, Los Angeles, CA

June 24, 1967: Valley Music Theatre, 20600 Ventura Boulevard, Woodland Hills, CA with The Yellow Balloon, Love, International Submarine Band

July 2, 1967: Crystal Springs, Griffith Park, Los Angeles, CA with Sweetwater, Fraternity of Man, Phil Ochs, Elliot Mintz (MC) and others "Love-In"

July 3, 1967: Santa Monica Civic Center, Santa Monica, CA with The Doors, Rubber Maze, Lights by Piccadilly

July 14-15, 1967: Magic Mushroom, 11345 Ventura Boulevard, Studio City, Los Angeles, CA with Country Joe and The Fish, Sunshine Company, Hourglass, Heaven, Fraternity of Man, Canned Heat, The Factory, Vito and His Dancers

July 15, 1967: Devonshire Meadows Raceway, Zelzah Ave at Devonshire Street, Northridge, CA with The Factory, The Doors, Kaleidoscope, The Whirling Dervishes, The Groupies, Thorinshield, New Delhi River Band, Canned Heat, Grass Roots, Sunshine Company, Solid State,  Second Coming, Rubber Maze, New Breed "The Fantasy Faire And Magic Mountain Music Festival"

July 19, 1967: Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA

July 22, 1967: Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA with The Yardbirds, Moby Grape, Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band, Strawberry Alarm Clock, West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band (Iron Butterfly cancelled)

August 1?, 1967: unknown venue, unknown city, CA
Danny Weis was out sick and guitarist Doug Hastings (former member of The Daily Flash and Buffalo Springfield) filling in for him tonight.


IRON BUTTERFLY #2 (SEPT 15, 1967 - NOV 1967)
1) Danny Weis
2) Doug Ingle
3) Darryl DeLoach
4) Ron Bushy
5) Lee Dorman bass, rhythm guitar, drums, piano


September 15, 1967: Mirage, Santa Monica Boulevard near 10th, Santa Monica, CA

October 25, 1967: Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco, CA with Green Jello

November 6 or 9, 1967: Rose Deitch's Galaxy, 8917 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA
The show was recorded and released posthumously as bootleg.


IRON BUTTERFLY #3 (NOV 1967 - JAN or FEB 1968)
1) Doug Ingle
2) Ron Bushy
3) Lee Dorman
4) Darryl DeLoach
5) Rick Davis (aka Erik Brann) vocals, guitar


December 22-23, 1967: Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA with The Doors, Bluesberry Jam, Sweetwater

January 5-6, 1968: The Cheetah, Santa Monica, CA

January 27, 1968: unknown venue, Silver City, NM


IRON BUTTERFLY #4 (JAN or FEB 1968 - OCT 1969)
1) Doug Ingle
2) Ron Bushy
3) Erik Brann
4) Lee Dorman


February 10, 1968: Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA with Sweetwater (cancelled?), The Doors

March 2, 1968: 'American Bandstand', ABC-TV Show, Los Angeles, CA with Tommy Roe (broadcasting date)
The band perform: 'You Can't Win' and 'The Iron Butterfly Theme'.

March 15, 1968: Valley Music Theatre, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, CA with Canned Heat, The Hook

March 17, 1968: Pasadena Exhibition Hall, Pasadena, California with The Peanut Butter Conspiracy, Clear Light, Steppenwolf, Procol Harum, Canned Heat, Jackson Browne

March 30, 1968: Bovard Auditorium, USC, Los Angeles, CA with Jefferson Airplane

April 5-6, 1968: The Cheetah, 1 Navy Street, Venice Beach, Los Angeles, CA with Traffic (5), The Hook (6), Rubber Hi-Way (5-6)

April 10, 1968: Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA with Big Brother and The Holding Company, James Cotton Blues Band "Teen Time USA"

April 11, 1968: Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA with Big Brother and The Holding Company, Booker T. and The MG's, Lights by Holy See

April 12-13, 1968: Winterland, San Francisco, CA with Big Brother and The Holding Company, Booker T. and The MG's, Lights by Headlights

April 19, 1968: Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA

April 20, 1968: Shady Grove Music Fair, Gaithersburg, MD

April 21, 1968: Westbury Music Fair, Westbury, NY with Jefferson Airplane

April 26-27, 1968: Fillmore East, 105 2nd Avenue, New York City, NY with Traffic, Blue Cheer, Lights by Joshua Light Show

April 28, 1968: Shapiro Athletic Center, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA with Jefferson Airplane
The poster wrongly says 'Also: from SF-Iron Butterfly' (the band was from LA).

April 28, 1968: Lowell Technological Institute, Lowell, MA

May 3-4, 1968: The World, Biscayne Boulevard at NE 142nd Street, Miami, FL with The Seven Of Us, Echo

May 5, 1968: Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA with Buffalo Springfield

May 8-10, 1968: Electric Factory, 2201 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA with Henry Crow Dog

May 17, 1968: Selland Arena, Fresno, CA

May 19, 1968: The Blue Law, Torrance, CA with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Mothers Of Invention, LA Smog and Refinery "Rock For McCarthy"

May 19, 1968: Civic Auditorium, Pasadena, CA with Big Brother and The Holding Company, Spontaneous Combustion "American Field Service Benefit"

May 23, 1968: Phoenix Memorial Hall, Phoenix, AZ with Alice Cooper

May 25, 1968: Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA with Jefferson Airplane, Boston Tea Party, The Drift

May 31 - June 1, 1968: Kaleidoscope, 6230 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA with Life, Things To Come

June 7-9, 1968: Avalon Ballroom, 1268 Sutter Street at Van Ness Street, San Francisco, CA with Velvet Underground, Crome Syrcus

July 4-7, 1968: Avalon Ballroom, 1268 Sutter Street at Van Ness Street, San Francisco, CA with Indian Head Band, Collectors

July 10, 1968: King's Beach Bowl, King's Beach North Shore, Lake Tahoe, CA with The Working Class

July 12, 1968: Cow Palace, Daly City, CA with Creedence Clearwater Revival (filling in for Phoenix), Vanilla Fudge, Initial Shock, Wedge, Sandy Bull, Kai Moore, Canned Heat, Sweet Rush, West "Harmony Benefit"

July 12-13 or 26-27, 1968: Crystal Ballroom, 1332 West Burnside at N.W. 14th Avenue, Portland, OR (canceled)

July 13, 1968: Pasadena Civic Auditorium or Pasadena Civic Hall, Pasadena, CA

July 14-17, 1968: The Sanctuary, Lake Tahoe, CA

July 19 or 20, 1968: Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA

July 19-20, 1968: The Concord, Berkeley, CA

July 23, 1968: The Jaguar Club, unknown city, IL

July 24-28, 1968: Electric Theater, 4812 N. Clark Avenue, Chicago, IL with Jefferson Airplane (24)

July 29, 1968: Mill Run Playhouse, Niles, IL

July 30, 1968: The Kaleidoscope, 519 W. Zane Street, Louisville, KY

August 2-4, 1968: Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA with Canned Heat, Initial Shock, Lights by Holy See

August 4, 1968: Orange County Fairgrounds, 88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa, CA with Grateful Dead, Eric Burdon And The Animals (possible day 3), Jefferson Airplane, Quicksilver Messenger Service, The Byrds, Things To Come, Illinois Speed Press, Blue Cheer "First Annual Newport Pop Festival"

August 8, 1968: 'Playboy After Dark', TV Show, Los Angeles, CA with Bill Cosby, The Blossoms, Bill Medley, Kaye Stevens, Shel Silverstein 'The Unicorn', Reverend Malcom Boyd 
The band perform: 'In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida'. The show was broadcasted on January 31, 1969 on KTLA-5 in Los Angeles and on March 8, 1969 on WOR-9 in New York City.

August 15, 1968: Murat Theater, Indianapolis, IN "Eugene McCarthy Day Rally"

August 24, 1968: 'Upbeat', WEWS Channel 5, WUAB-TV Studios, Cleveland, OH with Richard Barbary, Chuck Berry, Wayne Cochran, Bobby Curtola, Johnny Daye, Steppenwolf, The Main Attraction, The Swamp Seeds, The Temptations (broadcast date)

August 24, 1968: Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, MD with Country Joe ad The Fish

August 28, 1968: Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA with Love, Don McCoy (MC)

August 29, 1968: Portland Civic Auditorium, Portland, OR 

September 6, 1968: Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA with Big Brother and The Holding Company

October 4, 1968: Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA with The Standells

October 5, 1968: Arizona State Fairgrounds, Phoenix, AZ with The Byrds, Blue Cheer, Sweetwater, The Standells

October 5-6, 1968: Searsville Lake, near Palo Alto, San Mateo County, CA with Blue Cheer, The Steve Miller Band, Traffic, Country Joe And The Fish and many others "San Francisco International Pop Festival" (cancelled)

October 5, 1968: 'American Bandstand', ABC-TV Show, Los Angeles, CA with Eddie Floyd (broadcasting date)
The band perform: 'In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida'.

October 6, 1968: Family Park, Santa Clara Fairgrounds, Santa Clara, CA with Country Joe and The Fish, Traffic (cancelled), Barry Goldberg, Rejoice

October 13, 1968: Bullring By The Sea, Tijuana, Mexico with Eric Burdon and The Animals, Chicago Transit Authority, The Collectors, Yellow Payges, Patchwork Security Blanket "Tijuana Pop Festival"

October 17-19, 1968: Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA with Sir Douglas Quintet, Sea Train, Lights by Brotherhood Of Light

October 26, 1968: Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton, CA: Johnny Rivers, Jose Feliciano, Eric Burdon and The Animals, Fraternity of Man, Buddy Miles Express, Rejoice, Lee Michaels, Mad River "San Francisco International Pop Festival"

November 2, 1968: Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA

November 9, 1968: Rock Pile, Toronto, BC, Canada

November 22-23, 1968: Fillmore East, 105 2nd Avenue, New York City, NY with Canned Heat, Youngbloods, Lights by Joshua Light Show

November 27, 1968: Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD

November 28, 1968: Atlanta Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA with The Turtles 

November 30, 1968: 'Upbeat', WEWS Channel 5, WUAB-TV Studios, Cleveland, OH with The Brooklyn Bridge, Iron Butterfly, Pacific Gas & Electric, Tingling Mother's Circus, The Vogues, The Cherry People, Clarence Carter, Rotary Connection, Andy Kim, King Cobras, Harvey Mandel, Peppermint Trolly Co., Gene Chandler & Barbara Acklin (broadcast date)

December ?, 1968: Thee Image, Miami, FL 
According to an eyewitness, Erik Brann collapsed on stage, and left in an ambulance. 

December 6, 1968: The Spectrum, Phiadelphia, PA with Grateful Dead, Creedence Clearwater Revival (canceled), Sly and The Family Stone, Steppenwolf , Al Kooper (MC) "Quaker City Rock Festival"

December 7, 1968: Bowen Field House, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI with Rotary Connection

December 13-14, 1968: Kinetic Playground, 4812 N. Clark Avenue, Chicago, IL with Group Image

December 20-21, 1968: Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI

December 27, 1968: Grande Cleveland, Cleveland, OH

December 30, 1968: Gulfstream Park Racing and Casino, 901 South Federal Highway, Hallandale Beach, Broward County, FL with Jose Feliciano, The Turtles, Canned Heat, The Grass Roots, Jr. Walker and The All Stars, Ian and Sylvia, Charles Lloyd Quartet, Sweet Inspirations, Sweetwater, The Joe Tex Revue "Miami Pop Festival"

January 10-11, 1969: The Unicorn Coffee House, 590 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA

January 17-18, 1969: Electric Factory, 2201 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA with Sweet Nothin'

January 23-26, 1969: Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA with James Cotton, A.B. Skhy

January 31 - February 1, 1969: Fillmore East, 105 2nd Avenue, New York City, NY with Led Zeppelin, Porter's Popular Preachers (filling in for The Move), The Edwin Hawkins Singers (filling in for Iron Butterfly for the second show of January 31), Lights by Joshua Light Show
Two shows a day.

February 1, 1969: 'American Bandstand', ABC-TV Show, Los Angeles, CA with The Buddy Miles Express, Barry Ryan (broadcasting date)
Erik Brann solo appearance.

February 2, 1969: Massey Hall, Toronto, Canada with The Turtles

February 5, 1969: Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS with Grateful Dead

February 6, 1969: Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO with Grateful Dead

February 8, 1969: Civic Auditorium, Albuquerque, NM with The Buffalo Springfield, Lincoln Street Exit

February 15, 1969: Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA with Steve Miller Band, Pacific,Gas & Electric, Davy Jones (MC)

February 22, 1969: Gym, Portland State University, Portland, OR

March 1, 1969: Arena, Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA with Santana

March 7, 1969: San Diego International Sports Arena, 3500 Sports Arena Boulevard, San Diego, CA

March 14-15, 1969: Rose Palace, Pasadena, CA with Steve Miller Band, Blues Image

March 22, 1969: HemisFair Arena, San Antonio, TX with The Laughing Kind, The Children

March 31 - April 2, 1969: Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA "Teen Expo '69"

March or April 1969 (approximate date): Simi Valley High School, Simi Valley, CA "school dance"

April 9, 1969: County Center, White Plains, NY with Rush (or maybe another unknown band?)

April 10, 1969: Fieldhouse, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH with Krack

April 11, 1969: Aragon Ballroom, 1106 Lawrence Avenue, Chicago, IL with Steve Miller Band

May 9-10, 1969: Electric Factory, 2201 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA with Black Pearl 

May 23, 1969: Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ with Alice Cooper, Blues Image

June ?, 1969: Sports Arena, Tacoma, WA

June 22, 1969: Oakdale Theater, Wallingford, CT

June 24-26, 1969: Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA with Cold Blood, Sanpaku, Lights by Little Princess #109

June 27, 1969: unknown venue, Denver, CO "Denver Pop Festival"

July 4-5, 1969: Fillmore East, 105 2N Avenue, New York City, NY with Blues Image

July 11, 1969: Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom, 169 Ocean Boulevard, Hampton Beach, NH with The Spectras

July 13, 1969: Music Carnival, Cleveland, OH

July 15, 1969: Tanglewood Music Shed, Lenox, MA

July 20, 1969: Carousel Theatre, Framingham, MA

August 1, 1969: Atlantic City Race Course, Mays Landing, NJ "Atlantic City Pop Festival"

August ?, 1969: Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD

August 8 or 9, 1969: Illinois State Fair, Springfield, IL

August 13, 1969: Action House, 50 Broadway, Island Park, Long Island, NY with Howl, Rosicrucian 

August 17, 1969: Max Yasgur's dairy farm, White Lake, Bethel, Sullivan County, Woodstock Valley, NY "Woodstock Music & Art Fair presents An Aquarian Exposition - 3 Days Of Peace & Music (aka Woodstock or Woodstock Festival')"
Iron Butterfly was scheduled to perform but unable to get there.

August 29, 1969: Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA with Mind Garage, Rhinoceros

August 30, 1969: Indiana Beach, Monticello, IN

August or September 1969: Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA

September 1, 1969: Airline Highway Park and Fairgrounds, Prairieville, LA with Country Joe and The Fish, Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, Canned Heat, Creedence Clearwater Revival "New Orleans Pop Festival"

September 6, 1969: Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA with John Mayall, Blues Image, Lights by Thomas Edison

September 19-20, 1969: The Pavilion, Flushing Meadows Park, Queens, NY with Muddy Waters, Blues Image

September 20, 1969: Mothers, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation

September 23, 1969: 'The Red Skelton Show', NBC-TV Show, Los Angeles, CA with Peter Graves (broadcasting date) 
The band perform: 'In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida' and "Soul Experience'.

September 26, 1969: Agrodome, Vancouver, BC, Canada

October 3, 1969: Baltimore Civic Centre, Baltimore, MD


IRON BUTTERFLY #5 (OCT 1969 - ca. MAR 1971)
1) Doug Ingle
2) Ron Bushy
3) Lee Dorman
4) Mike Pinera guitar
5) Larry 'Rhino' Reinhardt guitar


November 7-8, 1969: Kinetic Playground, 4812 N. Clark Avenue, Chicago, IL with Poco, King Crimson
A fire after the first show (7) caused the second show (8) to be canceled, and closed the venue.

November 14, 1969: Municipal Auditorium, Austin, TX

November 22, 1969: Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, VA with Steel Mill

November 30, 1969: West Palm Beach Raceway, Palm Beach, FL with Country Joe and The Fish, Rolling Stones, Janis Joplin, Pacific Gas & Electric "First Annual International Palm Beach Music Festival"

December 27-29, 1969: Pozo, San Luis Obispo, CA with Bicycle, Blues Image, Blue Mountain Eagle, Byrds, Chambers Brothers, Country Joe and The Fish, Jook Savages, Eric Mercury, Pacific Gas & Electric, Rotary Connection, Spirit, Sweetwater, Vanilla Fudge, Johnny Winter, Bobby Womack, Youngbloods, Zephyr "Indian Creek Celebration and Music Appreciation Seminar"

unknown date, 1970: Sacramento Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA

February ?, 1970: unknown venue, San Antonio, TX

February 6, 1970: unknown venue, Dallas, TX

February 7, 1970: Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX

February 8, 1970: Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS with Blues Image

February 14, 1970: The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA wih Savoy Brown, Catfish

February 20-21, 1970: Capitol Theater, Port Chester, NY

February 27, 1970: unknown venue, Latrobe, PA

February 28, 1970: Virginia Beach Dome, Virginia Beach, VA

March 21, 1970: Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL

March 24, 1970: Whisky a' Go Go, 8901 Sunset Boulevard at Clark Street, West Hollywood, CA  

March 29, 1970: Bithlo, Orlando, FL Country Joe and The Fish, Canned Heat, Joe Cocker, Grand Funk Railroad, Grateful Dead, B.B. King, Richie Havens, The Hog Farm, Sweetwater, Mountain, Kinks, Little Richard, John Mayall, Steve Miller, Johnny Winter, Sly and the Family Stone, Ten Years After, Ike and Tine Turner "Winter's End Festival" 

March 29, 1970: unknown venue, New Orleans, LA

April 5, 1970: unknown venue, Tallahasse, FL

April 22, 1970: unknown venue, Philadelphia, PA with Country Joe and The Fish "Earth Day Event"

April 25, 1970: unknown venue, Roanoke, VA

May 6, 1970: Louisiana Technical University, Ruston, LA with Black Oak Arkansas

May 23, 1970: Will Rogers Coliseum, Fort Worth, TX

June 19-20, 1970: Pirate's World, Sheridan Street, Dania, FL

June 26-27, 1970: Mammoth Gardens, Denver, CO with Black Oak Arkansas

August 22, 1970: Inglewood Forum, Los Angeles, CA with Canned Heat, Herbie Hancock

August 24-26, 1970: Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA with AUM, Black Arkansas, Lights by Little Princess

August 29, 1970: Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg, Canada with Led Zeppelin, Youngbloods, Ides Of March, Chilliwack  "Man Pop Festival"

August 31, 1970: Paramount Northwest Theatre, Seattle, WA with Sugarloaf

September 16, 1970: The Warehouse, New Orleans, LO

September 28-30, 1970: Boston Tea Party, 15 Landsdowne Street, Boston, MA with Awakening

October 15, 1970: 'The David Frost Show', CBS-TV Show, New York City, NY (broadcasting date)

October 17, 1970: Commonwealth Convention Center, Louisville, KY

November 22, 1970: Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA with Canned Heat, Sweet Water "Benefit for So. Cal. Free Clinic"

November 28, 1970: Birmingham Municipal Auditorium, Birmingham, AL with Grass Roots, The Carpenters, Dawn, Tony Joe White, Kenny Rogers & The First Edition, Mike Nesmith "WVOK Fall Shower Of Stars"

December 4, 1970: Edmonton Gardens, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

December ??, 1970: The Hump Room, Marco Polo Resort Hotel, Miami, FL

January 8, 1971: Stadsschouwburg, Eindhoven, Netherlands with Yes       

January 9, 1971: Het Concertgbouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands with Yes

January 10, 1971: De Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands with Yes

January 13, 1970: Green's Playhouse, Glasgow, Scotland with Yes, Da Da

January 14, 1971: City Hall, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK with Yes, Da Da

January 15, 1971: University of Lancaster, Lancaster, UK with Yes, Da Da

January 16, 1971: Portsmouth Polytechnic, Southsea, UK with Yes, Da Da

January 17, 1971: Colston Hall, Bristol, UK with Yes, Da Da

January 18, 1971: Royal Albert Hall, London, UK with Yes, Da Da

January 19, 1971: Town Hall, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with Yes, Da Da

January 21, 1971: Guildhall, Southampton, UK with Yes, Da Da

January 23, 1971: Vejlby Riskuvhallen, Arhus, Denmark with Yes

January 24, 1971: Konsert Huset, Gothenburg, Sweden with Yes

January 25, 1971: Falkoner Theater, Copenhagen, Denmark with Yes

January 28, 1971: 'Beat Club', Radio Bremen TV Show, Bremen, West Germany with Yes (the show was broadcasted on January 30, 1971)
The band perform: 'Easy Rider' and 'Butterfly Bleu'.

January 29, 1971: unknown venue, Lille, France with Yes

January 30, 1971: unknown venue, Lyons, France with Yes

January 31, 1971: unknown venue, Brussels, Belgium with Yes

February 1-2, 1971: Palais Des Sports De Paris, Paris, France with Yes

February 8, 1971: unknown venue, Liege, Belgium with Yes

February 9, 1971: unknown venue, Brussels, Belgium with Yes


IRON BUTTERFLY #6 (ca. MAR 1971 - MAY 23, 1971)
1) Ron Bushy
2) Lee Dorman
3) Mike Pinera
4) Larry Reinhardt
5) Manny Bertamatti drums 


IRON BUTTERFLY #7 (1974 - 1975)
1) Ron Bushy
2) Erik Brann
3) Philip Taylor 'Phil' Kramer bass
4) Howard Reitzes vocals, keyboards


January 24, 1975: Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL with Spirit

January 26, 1975: Michigan Palace, Detroit, MI with Spirit

March 7-8, 1975: Winterland, San Francisco, CA with Humble Pie, Earthquake


IRON BUTTERFLY #8 (1975 - 1977)
1) Ron Bushy
2) Erik Brann
3) Phil Kramer
4) Bill DeMartines vocals, keyboards


December 27, 1975: Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL with Ted Nugent, Artful Dodger

February 21, 1976: Winterland, San Francisco, CA with Kiss, Point Black (cancelled)


IRON BUTTERFLY 9 (1977 - 1978)
1) Larry Reinhardt
2) Lee Dorman
3) Jim Henderson vocals
4) David Love guitar
5) Larry Kiernan keyboards
6) Kevin Karamitros drums, percussion


IRON BUTTERFLY #10 (1978)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Mike Pinera
3) Kevin Karamitros
4) John Leimsider keyboards


May 17, 1978: Mike's Valley Vue, Pittsburgh PA 


IRON BUTTERFLY #11 (1978 - DEC 12, 1978)
1) Mike Pinera
2) Larry Reinhardt
3) Doug Ingle
4) Ron Bushy
5) Keith Ellis bass


IRON BUTTERFLY #12 (aka #5) (DEC 13, 1978 - 1979)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Larry Reinhardt
3) Mike Pinera
4) Doug Ingle
5) Ron Bushy


IRON BUTTERFLY #13 (1979)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Larry Reinhardt
3) Mike Pinera
4) Doug Ingle
5) Ron Bushy
6) Erik Brann


IRON BUTTERFLY #14 (1979)
1) Mike Pinera
2) Lee Dorman
3) Doug Ingle
4) John Leimsider
5) Bobby Caldwell drums, percussion


July 3, 1979: Pip's, Chicago, IL 


IRON BUTTERFLY #15 (1979)
1) Erik Brann
2) Lee Dorman
3) John Leimsider
4) Bobby Caldwell
5) Bobby Hasbrook guitar, vocals


IRON BUTTERFLY #16 (1979)
1) Mike Pinera
2) Erik Brann
3) Lee Dorman
4) Bobby Hashbrook
5) Bobby Caldwell
6) Nathan Pino keyboards


IRON BUTTERFLY #17 (1980)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Erik Brann
3) Bobby Hasbrook
4) Tim Kislan keyboards
5) Zam Johnson drums, percussion
6) Starz Vanderlocket vocals, percussion  


December 30, 1980: Center Stage, Canton, MI


IRON BUTTERFLY #18 (1981 - 1982)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Larry Reinhardt
3) John Leimsider
4) Randy Skirvin rhythm guitar
5) Jimmy Rock drums
6) Luke vocals, percussion


IRON BUTTERFLY #19 (1982)
1) Mike Pinera
2) Lee Dorman
3) Larry Reinhardt
4) Guy Babylon keyboards
5) Jan Uvena drums, percussion


IRON BUTTERFLY #20 (1982)
1) Mike Pinera
2) Erik Brann
3) Lee Dorman
4) Larry Reinhardt
5) Ron Bushy
6) Guy Babylon


IRON BUTTERFLY #21 (1982)
1) Mike Pinera
2) Erik Brann
3) Lee Dorman
4) Larry Reinhardt
5) Doug Ingle
6) Guy Babylon
7) Luke
8) John Shearer drums
+
9) Ron Bushy (partial performance for one gig)


IRON BUTTERFLY #22 (1982 - 1983)
1) Mike Pinera
2) Lee Dorman
3) Larry Reinhardt
4) Doug Ingle
5) Guy Babylon
6) Luke
7) John Shearer


IRON BUTTERFLY #23 (1983)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Doug Ingle
3) Larry Reinhardt
4) Guy Babylon
5) John Shearer
6) Luke


May 8, 1983: Gaumont Theatre, Ipswich, UK


IRON BUTTERFLY #24 (1983)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Doug Ingle
3) Larry Reinhardt
4) Guy Babylon
5) John Shearer
6) Jerry Sommers drums, percussion


IRON BUTTERFLY #25 (1983 - 1984)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Doug Ingle
3) Larry Reinhardt
4) Rick Rotante drums, percussion


September ?, 1983: Stage East, Fort Pierce, FL

May 26, 1984: Stadium Swap Meet, San Diego, CA


IRON BUTTERFLY #26 (1984)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Doug Ingle
3) Larry Reinhardt
4) Lenny Campanero drums


IRON BUTTERFLY #27 (1984 - 1985)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Doug Ingle
3) Lenny Campanero
4) Steve Fister guitar, vocals


February 10, 1985: Akron Civic Theatre, Akron, OH  


IRON BUTTERFLY #28 (1985 - DEC 2, 1985)
1) Doug Ingle
2) Steve Fister
3) Lenny Campanero
4) Kurtis Teal bass


IRON BUTTERFLY #29 (1987)
1) Ron Bushy
2) Mike Pinera
3) Kelly Reubens bass
4) Tim Von Hoffman keyboards


March 8, 1987: De Anza Theater, Riverside, CA


IRON BUTTERFLY #30 (1987)
1) Ron Bushy
2) Mike Pinera
3) Kelly Reubens
4) Tim Von Hoffman
5) Glen Rappold vocals, guitar, bass


April 18, 1987: The Omni, Cologne, NJ


IRON BUTTERFLY #31 (1987)
1) Mike Pinera
2) Kelly Reubens
3) Ron Bushy
4) Ace Baker keyboards
+
5) Donny Vosburgh drums (guested on a few shows)


IRON BUTTERFLY #32 (1987)
1) Erik Brann
2) Jim Von Buelow guitar
3) Sal Rodriguez drums


IRON BUTTERFLY #33 (1987)
1) Ron Bushy
2) Bill DeMartines
3) Doug Jackson guitar
4) Bob Birch bass
5) Lyle T. West vocals


IRON BUTTERFLY #34 (aka #4) (1987 - 1988)
1) Ron Bushy
2) Dug Ingle
3) Lee Dorman
4) Erik Brann


December 17, 1987: Madame Wong's, Santa Monica, CA

February 12 or 13, 1988: Network Club, Baltimore, MD

February 14, 1988: The Spctrum, Philadelphia, PA

February 18 or 19, 1988: Fillmore East, New York City, NY

April 7, 1988: Rock n' Roll Heaven, Toronto, BC, Canada

April 25, 1988: Diamond Jennys, Coco Beach, FL

April 26, 1988: Tampa Theatre, Tampa, FL

May 5, 1988: Somerville Theathre, Somerville, MA

May 14, 1988: Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY "Atlantic 40th Anniversary Concert"


IRON BUTTERFLY #35 (1988) (this line-up played no gigs)
1) Erik Brann
2) Lee Dorman
3) Larry Reinhardt
4) Sal Rodriguez


IRON BUTTERFLY #36 (1988 - 1989)
1) Erik Brann
2) Larry Reinhardt
3) Lee Dorman
4) Steve "Mick" Feldman lead vocals
5) Derek Hilland keyboards, backing vocals
6) Kenny Suarez drums, percussion
+
7) Doug Freedman drums, percussion (filled in for Suarez in fall 1989)
8) Joanne Montana backing vocals (for only a few gigs in 1989)
9) Cecelia Noel backing vocals (for only a few gigs in 1989)


May 14, 1989: unknown venue, Frankfurt, Germany

May 17, 1989: Grosse Freiheit 36 (?), Hamburg, Germany

May 18, 1989: unknown venue, Berlin, Germany

August 16-17, 1989: unknown venue, White Lake, Woodstock Valley, NY "Woodstock '89" 

October 25, 1989: Carousel Ballroom, Los Angeles, CA

November 5, 1989: unknown venue, Simi Valley, CA


IRON BUTTERFLY #37 (1990)
1) Steve Feldman
2) Larry Reinhardt
3) Lee Dorman
4) Derek Hilland
5) Kenny Suarez


IRON BUTTERFLY #38 (1990 - 1992)
1) Larry Reinhardt
2) Lee Dorman
3) Derek Hilland
4) Kenny Suarez
5) Robert Tepper lead vocals


August 19, 1990:  Olympic Velodrome, California State University, Dominguez Hills, Los Angeles, CA with Twenty Years After with Humble Pie, Electric Flag, Mark Farner, Chambesr Brothers, Leon Russell, Edgar Winter, Spencer Davis Group, Super Jaw (Ted Nugent, Tim Bogert, Ginger Baker), Randy California, Derek St. Holmes, Spencer Davis, Robby Krieger, Merl Saunders


IRON BUTTERFLY #39 (1993)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Larry Reinhardt
3) Ron Bushy
4) Burt Diaz keyboards


March ?, 1993: The Sting, New Britain, CT

March 13, 1993: The Wetlands, New York City, NY

March 18, 1993: Graffiti, Pittsburgh, PA


IRON BUTTERFLY #40 (1993)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Mike Pinera
3) Derek Hilland
4) Ron Bushy


IRON BUTTERFLY #41 (1993)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Derek Hilland
3) Ron Bushy
4) Denny Artache vocals, guitar


IRON BUTTERFLY #42 (aka #40) (1993 - 1994)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Derek Hilland
3) Ron Bushy
4) Mike Pinera  


December 19, 1993: Ballard Firehouse, Seattle, WA


IRON BUTTERFLY #43 (1994 - JUL 1994)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Ron Bushy
3) Derek Hilland
4) Doug Bossey guitar


IRON BUTTERFLY #44 (JUL 1994 - 1995)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Ron Bushy
3) Doug Ingle
4) Derek Hilland
5) Doug Bossey


July 28, 1994: Party On The Plaza, Houston, TX

September 25, 1994: Adam's Ave Street Fair, San Diego, CA 


IRON BUTTERFLY #45 (1995 - 1997)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Ron Bushy
3) Doug Ingle
4) Derek Hilland
5) Eric Barnett vocals, lead guitar


April 14, 1995: Ventura Theatre, Ventura, CA

October 27, 1995: Maritime Hall, San Francisco, CA

October 31, 1995: Baccahanal, San Diego, CA

June 27, 1996: 3 Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh, PA

June 30, 1996: Pine Knob, Clarkston, MI

August 2, 1996: Valley Forge Music Fair, Devon, PA

March 23, 1997: Metropol (?), Berlin, Germany

April 4, 1997: unknown venue, Kaiserslautern, Germany

April 18, 1997: Substage, Karlsruhe, Germany

April 20, 1997: Hirsch, Nurnburg, Germany


IRON BUTTERFLY #46 (1997 - 1999)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Ron Bushy
3) Doug Ingle
4) Eric Barnett


July 3, 1998: unknown venue, Syracuse, NY

September 9, 1998: Life Club, New York City, NY


IRON BUTTERFLY #47 (1999)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Ron Bushy
3) Eric Barnett
4) Damian Bujanda vocals, keyboards


July 18, 1999: unknown venue, Aschaffenburg, Germany

July 31, 1999:  Buckeye Lake Music Center, Hebron, OH Jefferson Airplane, John Entwhistle of the Who, Country Joe McDonald, JGB, Mickey Hart, Tommy Chong and many others


IRON BUTTERFLY #48 (1999 - 2002)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Ron Bushy
3) Eric Barnett
4) Larry Rust vocals, keyboards
+
5) Oly bass (substitute for Lee Dorman whilst he was suffering with a heart ailment in 2001)


April 8, 2000: Northwest Talent Review, Seattle, WA

August 19, 2000: unknown venue, Cortland, NY

July 14, 2001: Indian Motorcycle Rally, Springfield, MA

August 12, 2001: Big Boulder, Poconos, PA


IRON BUTTERFLY #49 (2002 - DEC 2005)
1) Lee Dorman
2) Larry Rust
3) Ron Bushy
4) Chrlie Marinkovich vocals, guitar
+
5) Derek Hilland (substitute for Larry Rust for one show in 2003)


November 8, 2002: BB King's, Hollywood, CA

November 23, 2002: The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano, CA

December 13, 2002: Estadio Chile, Santiago, Chile

March 5, 2003: Mancuso Harley Davidson, Houston, TX

August 14, 2003: Rockin' By The River, Bakersfied, CA

January 16, 2004: Birch Run Expo Center, Birch Run, MI "Michigan Custom Motorcycle Show"

June 5, 2004: June Reunion Vietnam Veterans, Greentown, IN

June 13, 2004:  unknown venue, Lichtenvoorde, Holland "Arrow Rock Fest"

June 14, 2004: unknown venue, Verviers, Belgium "Spirit '66"

June 16, 2004: Bosuil, Weert, Holland  

June 17, 2004: Robin 2, Wolverhampton, UK

June 18, 2004: Mean Fiddler, London, UK

June 19, 2004: The Brook, Southampton, UK

June 20, 2004: Patti Pavillion, Swansea, Galles

July 24, 2004: California Harley-Davidson, Harbor City, CA 


IRON BUTTERFLY #50 (DEC 2005 - 2006)
1) Ron Bushy
2) Lee Dorman
3) Charlie Marinkovich
4) Martin Gerschwitz keyboards, violin, vocals


February 24, 2006: unknown venue, Zagreb, Croatia, with Ten Years After, Nazareth, Country Joe McDonald (cancelled)

February 25, 2006: unknown venue, Belgrade, Serbia with Ten Years After, Nazareth, Country Joe McDonald (cancelled)

February 26, 2006: unknown venue, Sophia, Bulgaria with Ten Years After, Nazareth, Country Joe McDonald (cancelled)

February 28, 2006: unknown venue, Bratislava, Slovakia with Ten Years After, Nazareth, Country Joe McDonald (cancelled)


IRON BUTTERFLY #51 (2006)
1) Ron Bushy
2) Charlie Marinkovich
3) Martin Gerschwitz
4) Ken Chalupnik bass


IRON BUTTERFLY #52 (2006)
1) Ron Bushy
2) Charlie Marinkovich
3) Martin Gerschwitz
4) Dave Meros bass


IRON BUTTERFLY #53 (aka #50) (2006 - PRESENT)
1) Ron Bushy
2) Lee Dorman
3) Charlie Marinkovich
4) Martin Gerschwitz
+
5) Ray Weston drums, percussion (filling in for Ron Bushy after he was sidelined by heatlh issues in 2010)


February ??, 2007: unknown venue, Jacksonville, FL with Denny Laine (former lead singer of the Moody Blues), Terry Sylvester (formerly of the Hollies), Badfinger featuring Joey Molland, Melanie, Felix Cavalier's Rascals, Country Joe McDonald, Eric Burdon and the Animals "Hippiefest" (cancelled) 

April 10, 2009: Cowan Civic Center, Lebanon, MO

July 1, 2009: San Diego County Fair, San Diego, CA