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          The National Midnight Star, Number 108

               Wednesday, 21 November 1990
Today's Topics:
                      Editor's Notes
                   "The drill" and BB&B
                  Pentagrams, The Hobbit
                  First Post and Tolkien
                       Good news...
                  The Latest Intinerary
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From: The National Midnight Star Editor <rush-mgr@syrinx.umd.edu>
Subject: Editor's Notes

Well, since I won't be around for the next two days, I figured I'd send
out this special Thanksgiving edition.  This is mainly a vehicle for the
new and improved tour list, but I figured I'd also send out those mail
items that had come in already today.

Enjoy,
rush-mgr

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Date: Wed, 21 Nov 90 07:40:03 PST
From: Class Account <e122-ab%yorric.Berkeley.EDU@berkeley.edu>
Subject: "The drill" and BB&B

Greetings everybody!

I just want to bring up a little fact about "the drill" that no one
has seemed to bring up yet. I was at the show at the Shoreline Amphi-
theater on June 27 (26?) this past summer. This was the fifth and final
Presto show I would see on this tour. During this show they had a little
extra treat that wasn't included in any of the previous shows I attended.
Because the place is big, and it is outside, they decided to set up three
giant screens. So everybody could see, they filmed the band while they were
playing and projected it onto these three screens. It was really neat! It was
like watching another ASOH video, but done Presto style. (BTW if anyone got
a copy of this video please let me know!) Now onto "the drill" part. During
"In the Mood" Mr Big came on to the stage and started playing with Rush.
During this time, Alex runs off stage and grabs ... you guessed it!..."the
drill!" He then starts playing the In the Mood solo with the Makita drill!
It was a very funny thing to see. They showed a nice closeup shot of the
excellent "drill" work on the giant screens! I was almost in tears laughing
as was most around me. I think this antic topped Alex's "Wipeout" moves
toward the end of the show!

I had another small question about the BB&B lyrics.  In my song book at
home the line reads:

"Beneath the noble BIRTH.."

Someone else (I forgot who) says that the original lyrics in the jacket
notes read:

"Beneath the noble BIRD.."

Which is right? They both make good sense to me. Being beneath the noble
birth is being under the English rule. But the noble bird is the eagle.

Anyway that's just something I thought I'd bring up...

Until later...

Bill Barry
(e122-ab@bard.berkeley.edu)

"Never turn your back on a monster!" (<- ancient philosphical quote!)
..

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Subject: Pentagrams, The Hobbit
Date: Wed, 21 Nov 90 10:45:58 EST
From: David Arnold <davida@umd5.UMD.EDU>

In The National Midnight Star #107, Jim Craig wrote:

>                                        As for the pentagram, it symbol
>was originally used to ward off demons... how in history it was twisted I
>don't know...

{Flame retardant clothing on}

At the risk of starting a heated debate here, many of Christianity's
"evil symbols" came from pagan symbols originally, including the pentagram.
The pentagram was (and is still) used in white witchcraft; it's used in a
positive, healing way.  (In the tarot deck it stands for knowledge.)

Pagan practices had been around for thousands of years before Christianity
came onto the scene.  In their fervor to convert everyone to their way of
thinking, they used this symbol (and others) and attached terrible meanings
to them as a way of converting the masses to their way of seeing things.

Their method was to eradicate any previous religious influences (and un-
fortunately the underlying culture) and impose their own beliefs.  This has
sadly led to the loss of many cultures (Mayan, Aztec, Hawaiian, Polynesian,
etc.).

If you want more information, or to flame me, please feel free to e-mail me;
this is too tangential for this particular forum.  This is not meant to be
an anti-Christian flame!  I strongly support the right for anybody to believe
what they want, just so long as it doesn't hurt others.

{Flame retardant clothing off}

He also mentions that:

>        Has anyone noticed the similarity between the Necromancer's story and
>the reason Gandalf left the dwarves in _The Hobbit_?  Gandalf went south to
>rid a land of a necromancer.... neat comparison anyway.  Rivendell has the
>same feeling in that it came from The Hobbit also...

Yes, I think Tolkein influenced both of the songs.  There are strong paralells
that can be drawn between "The Necromancer" and 'The Hobbit'.  It's obvious
that "Rivendell" is directly from 'The Hobbit'; in addition to the name, it
specifically  mentions the Misty Mountains, the Loudwater (river), and also
alludes with "where the dark lord cannot go" (Sauron could not penetrate
Rivendell; in the event he did assume total power, it would be one of the
last two good places to fall), "Elfin songs", the fact that "Time will
never touch you" (time didn't seem to pass in Tolkein's Rivendell), and the
lines "This is the place to grow old till/I reach my final day" allude to
Bilbo's last days there.

David Arnold       Keywords:  Rush, Jethro Tull, Crack the Sky, Squeeze, BOC,
                               Neville Brothers, Peter Gabriel, Pink Floyd,
Inet: davida@umd5.umd.edu       Talking Heads, King Crimson, Rolling Stones,
UUCP: uunet!umd5.umd.edu!davida  Police, ELP, Grass Roots, Hollies, Guess Who

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Date:         Wed, 21 Nov 90 11:12:15 EST
From: Mike Loux <INFOSY11%UCONNVM.BITNET@CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU>
Subject:      First Post and Tolkien

Howdy all, would you believe that this is my first post, even though I have
been on this list for nearly two months?  I guess I just haven't had anything
to say until now.

Someone mentioned that the little tale in The Necromancer seemed similar to
information in The Hobbit concerning Gandalf's excursion to drive the
Necromancer out of Dol Gulder (sp?).  I have to say that I agree with that
person slightly, although Willowdale is actually a place in Canada, is it not?
And I can't help but wonder just how much Rush was influenced by Tolkien's
writings?  A big example of this is the song Rivendell, which pretty much fits
the description of the Middle Earth Rivendell, with the Misty Mountains on
one side and the ford on the other, etc etc etc.

Does anyone know about any other Tolkienesque lines in songs, aside from
The Necromancer and Rivendell?

-The Silver Rainmaker

+---------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
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|The Silver Rainmaker  `-}  | um........two ton...heavy thing"          |
|BITNET: INFOSY11@UCONNVM   |                    -Queensryche, "Empire" |
|INTERNET: add .bitnet      +-------------------------------------------+
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|Computer Center            | Staring down into a heartless sea.        |
|Information Systems Support| Can't face life on the razor's edge;      |
|US SNAIL: 46 Tracy Rd.     | Nothing's what you thought it would be"   |
|Canterbury, CT. 06331      |                         -Rush, "The Pass" |
+---------------------------+-------------------------------------------+

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Date: Wed, 21 Nov 90 12:04 EST
From: Shane Faulkner <V127L2QZ@ubvmsc.cc.buffalo.edu>
Subject: Good news...

Leaving near Canada really has it's advantages....

Last night was the induction dinner for the Canadian artists of the decade
thing (Bryan Adams, Rush and kdlang).  The Toronto station Q107 was broadcasting
live from the place, and they interviewed Mr. Lifeson for about 15 minutes..
The gist of it was the Presto went extremely well, it really renewed their
love for touring... now there's some excellent news!!

They are currently in the pre-production stages of the new album... they have
4 or 5 five songs mostly together.  They enter the studio in February or
late January.. with a release date of June!!!!  Then they take a few months
off and crank up the tour in early fall.

There you go, right from the horses mouth..

-Shane

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Date: Mon, 19 Nov 90 15:47:56 PST
From: jlang%sdcc13@ucsd.edu (~ Rush Fanatic ~)
Subject: The Latest Intinerary

[ This is the last time this will be posted directly to the list.
  In the future if you want to get a copy of the latest and greatest
  list, please send mail to Jimmy "Rush Fanatic" Lang; he is the 
  list caretaker.                                         :rush-mgr ]

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* 		The Rush Tour Dates Listing.			*
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******************************************************************
** 		The Unofficial Rush Tour Dates Listing		**
** Revision 2.0							**
** Updated Last on: November 18, 1990				**
** Compiled by Jimmy Lang 					**
** Special Thanks to: Chris Michael for providing me with 	**
**	numerous European dates and missing gaps from various	**
**	tours.							**
** Many Thanks: Members of the Rush Mailing Digest who sent me	**
**	corrections based on ticket stubs and yes, even those	**
**	who helped me with Geography and spelling.		**
******************************************************************

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*** Summer 1971 - "The Dead Summer" 				***
*******************************************************************
3 gigs
October 27, 1973	Toronto's Victory Burlesque Theatre
(early Spring) 1974	East Lansing, Michigan
June 28, 1974		Opening for ZZ Top

*******************************************************************
*** First US Tour 			Album: Rush-Rush 	***
*******************************************************************
August 14, 1974		Civic Arena, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
August 19, 1974	
August 26, 1974		Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, Ohio
September 1974		Toronto concert taped aired for King Biscuit
October 1, 1974		Leone Cole Auditorium, Jacksonville, Alabama
October 9, 1974		Don Kirshner's Rock Concert
November ??, 1974	Convocation Hall, Toronto University
November 3, 1974	Agora, Columbus, Ohio
November 28, 1974	Whiskey A Go Go, Los Angeles, California
December 5, 1974	Electric Ladyland Studios, NYC WQIV FM
December 6, 1974	ABC Television's In Concert series.
December 16, 1974	Agora, Cleveland, Ohio
December 20, 1974	Michigan Palace 	(Opening for KISS)

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*** Fly By Night Feb. 1975 released 				***
*******************************************************************
??        1975		Winnipeg, Canada
April 13, 1975		Michigan Palace
April 21, 1975		Memorial Auditorium	(Opening for KISS)
May ??, 1975		Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, Ohio
June 25, 1975		Massey Hall, Toronto
June 26, 1975		Massey Hall, Toronto

*******************************************************************
***  Caress of Steel Down the Tubes Tour 3.5 months Sep. 75 release --*
*******************************************************************

*******************************************************************
*** 2112 March 1976 released 					***
*******************************************************************
March 18, 1976		Los Angeles, California
May 30, 1976		Nelson Center, Washington, DC
June 11, 1976		Massey Hall, Toronto
June 12, 1976		Massey Hall, Toronto
June 13, 1976		Massey Hall, Toronto

*******************************************************************
*** September 29, 1976 ATWAS released 				***
*******************************************************************
October 26, 1976	Paramount Theater, Seattle, Washington
November 28, 1976	Sellard Arena, Fresno, California
??, 1976		Moncton's Lewis Levesque Arena
December 1, 1976	LA Forum, Los Angeles (Opened Ted Nugent)
December 15, 1976	Montreal Forum, Opened Aerosmith
December 16, 1976	Chicago, Illinois
December 30, 1976	Hamilton, Ontario
December 31, 1976	Maple Leaf Gardens Concert Bowl, Toronto
January 3, 1977 	Maple Leaf Gardens Concert Bowl (2nd Date)
April 8, 1977		Toledo, Ohio
April 17, 1977		Lisner Auditorium, Washington, DC
May ??, 1977		Tower Theater, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
May 20, 1977		Aragon Ballroom, Chicago
May 21, 1977		Aragon Ballroom, Chicago
June 1, 1977		City Hall, Sheffield, England
June 2, 1977		Manchester Free Trade Hall, England
June 3, 1977		Birmingham Odeon, England
June 4, 1977		London Hammersmith Odeon, Manchester, England
June 11, 1977		Newcastle City Hall, England
June 12, 1977		Glasgow Apollo, Scotland
June 13, 1977		Liverpool Empire (?)
August 20, 1977		Houston, Texas

*******************************************************************
*** September 1977 AFTK release Drive 'Til You Die Tour 	***
*******************************************************************
September 16, 1977	Spokane, Washington
September 17, 1977	Seattle, Washington
September 18, 1977	Pullman, Washington
September 19, 1977	Portland, Oregon
September 20, 1977	Portland, Oregon
September 21, 1977	Portland, Oregon
September 22, 1977	Roseburg, Oregon
September 23, 1977	Medford, Oregon
September 24, 1977	Winterland, San Francisco, California
September 26, 1977	Bakersfield, California
September 28, 1977	Fresno, California
September 29, 1977	Stockton, California
September 30, 1977	San Diego, California
???, ??, 1977		Hollywood Sportauditorium, California
October 1, 1977		Santa Monica, California
October 2, 1977		Santa Monica, California
October 7, 1977		Salt Lake City, Utah
October 8, 1977		Denver, Colorado
October 10, 1977	Amarillo, Texas
October 11, 1977	El Paso, Texas
October 12, 1977	Odessa, Texas
October 13, 1977	Lubbock, Texas
October 14, 1977	Tulsa, Oklahoma
October 15, 1977	Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
October 16, 1977	Abilene, Texas
October 20, 1977	Houston, Texas
October 21, 1977	Dallas, Texas
October 22, 1977	San Antonio, Texas
October 23, 1977	San Antonio, Texas
October 24, 1977	Corpus Cristi, Texas
October 25, 1977	Beaumont, Texas
October 27, 1977	New Orleans, Louisiana
October 28, 1977	Shreveport, Louisiana
October 29, 1977	Little Rock, Arkansas
October 30, 1977	Mobile, Alabama
October 31, 1977	Columbus, Georgia
November ??, 1977	Sports Arena, San Diego
November 12, 1977	The Palladium, New York City, New York
November 19, 1977	War Memorial, Rochester, New York
November 26, 1977	Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
December ??, 1977	Montreal, Canada
December 29, 1977	Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada
February 12, 1978	Birmingham Odeon, England
February 14, 1978	City Hall, Newcastle
February 15, 1978	City Hall, Newcastle
February 16, 1978	The Apollo, Glasgow, Scotland
February 17, 1978	The Apollo, Glasgow, Scotland
February 19, 1978	London Hammersmith Odeon, England
February 20, 1978	London Hammersmith Odeon, England
February 22, 1978	City Hall, Sheffield, England
February 23, 1978	The Apollo, Manchester, England
May 10, 1978		The Convention Center, Niagara Falls, New York
May 11, 1978		Fort Wayne, Indiana
May 12, 1978		Cincinnati, Ohio
May 13, 1978		Nashville, Tennessee
May 16, 1978		Denver, Colorado
May 17, 1978		Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, Utah
May 18, 1978		Boise, Idaho
December 7, 1978	Milwaukee Mecca Arena, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
December 9, 1978	St. Paul, Minnesota
December 16, 1978	International Amphitheatre, Chicago, Illinois
December 18, 1978	Chicago International Amphitheater, Chicago, Illinois
December 27, 1978	London, Canada (not England!)
December 29, 1978	Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada
December 30, 1978	Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada
December 31, 1978	Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada
January 1, 1979		Louisville, Kentucky
January 3, 1979		Columbus, Ohio
January 4, 1979		Columbus, Ohio
January 6, 1979		Chicago, Illinois
January 7, 1979		Chicago, Illinois
January 8, 1979		Chicago, Illinois
January 11, 1979	Boston, Massachusetts
January 12, 1979	Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
January 13, 1979	New York City, New York
January 14, 1979	New York City, New York
January 16, 1979	Allentown, Pennsylvania
January 17, 1979	Passaic, New Jersey
January 19, 1979	Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
January 20, 1979	Baltimore, Maryland
January 21, 1979	Philadephia Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
January 23, 1979	Syracuse, New York
January 24, 1979	Buffalo, New York
January 26, 1979	Cincinnati, Ohio
January 27, 1979	Huntsville, Alabama
January 28, 1979	Memphis, Tennessee
January 30, 1979	Louisville, Kentucky
January 31, 1979	Bloomington, Indiana
February 2, 1979	Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio
February 3, 1979	Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio
March 4, 1979		The Coliseum, Beaumont, Texas

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*** Tour of the Hemispheres 					***
*******************************************************************
March 27, 1979		Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, Utah
April 4, 1979		War Memorial, Rochester, New York
April 6, 1979		Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York
April 24, 1979		City Hall, Newcastle, England
April 25, 1979		Glasglow Apollo, Scotland
April 29, 1979		The Apollo, Manchester, England
April 30, 1979		The Apollo, Manchester, England
May 2, 1979		The Empire, Liverpool, England
May 4, 1979		Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
May 5, 1979		Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
May 6, 1979		Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
May 7, 1979		Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
May (middle of month)	Newcastle City Hall, England
May 15, 1979		Paris Scheduled (Cancelled)
May 18, 1979		Nr. Kortrijt, Poperinge, Maekeblijde, Belgium
May 22, 1979		Chateau Neuf, Oslo, Norway
May 23, 1979		Concert House, Gothenburg
May 25, 1979		Tivoli House, Stockholm, Sweden
May 27, 1979		Stadhalle Erlangen, Nuremberg, Germany
June 4, 1979		Galeen, Holland (Pink Top Festival)
August 17, 1979		Davenport, Iowa
August 18, 1979		Dubuque, Iowa
August 19, 1979		Chicago, Illinois
August 21, 1979		Charleston, West Virginia
August 22, 1979		Capital Centre, Largo, Maryland
August 24, 1979		Hamilton, Ontario
August 26, 1979		Dallas, Texas
August 27, 1979		Detroit, Michigan
August 28, 1979		Detroit, Michigan
August 29, 1979		Lansing, Michigan
August 30, 1979		Saginaw, Michigan
August 31, 1979		Hara Arena, Dayton, Ohio
September 1, 1979	Toronto, Canada
September 2, 1979	Varsity Stadium, Toronto, Ontario
September 5, 1979	Lexington, Kentucky
September 7, 1979	Cedar Rapids
September 8, 1979	Alpine Valley Amphitheater, East Troy, Wisconsin
September 10, 1979	Detroit, Michigan
September 12, 1979	Allentown Fairgrounds, Allentown, Pennsylvania
September 21, 1979	Stafford Bingley Hall, England
September 22, 1979	Stafford Bingley Hall, England

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*** Permanent Waves released January 1, 1980 			***
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January (early), 1980	Binghamton, New York
January 20, 1980	The Forum, Montreal, Quebec
January 21, 1980	The Forum, Montreal, Quebec
Unknown, 1980		Centroplex, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Unknown, 1980		Detroit, Michigan 
January 30, 1980	Omni Sports Arena, Atlanta, Georgia
February ?? 1980	Omni Sports Arena, Atlanta, Georgia
February 2, 1980	Forth Worth TCCC, Forth Worth, Texas
February 12, 1980	Tingley Coliseum, Albuquerque, New Mexico
February 13, 1980	(?) Keil Auditorium, St. Louis, Missouri
February 14, 1980	Keil Auditorium, St. Louis, Missouri
February 16, 1980 	St. Louis, Missouri
February 18, 1980	Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio
March 2, 1980		Tingley Coliseum, Albuquerque, New Mexico
March 10, 1980		LA Forum, Los Angeles, California
March 16, 1980		St. Louis, Missouri
March 19, 1980		Center Arena, Seattle, Washington
March 30, 1980		St. Louis, Missouri
April 4, 1980		International Amphitheatre, Chicago, Illinois
April 24, 1980		Sports Arena, Toledo, Ohio
May 8, 1980		The Palladium, New York
vMay 10, 1980		The Palladium, New York
May 11, 1980		The Palladium, New York
May 12, 1980		The Palladium, New York
May 13, 1980		The Palladium, New York
May 16, 1980		Providence, Rhode Island
May 17, 1980		Yarmouth, Massachusetts
May 18, 1980		Portland, Maine
May 20, 1980		New Haven, Connecticut
May 21, 1980		Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, New York
May 22, 1980		Utica, New York
May 23, 1980		Hempstead, New York
June 5, 1980		Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
June 6, 1980		Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
June 15, 1980		Queens Hall, Leeds, England
June 17, 1980		The Apollo, Manchester
June 19, 1980		The Apollo, Manchester
June 20, 1980		The Odeon, Birmingham
June 21, 1980		De Montfort Hall, Leicester
September ??, 1980	Baton Rouge Centroplex, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
September 11, 1980	Hampton, Virginia
September 25, 1980	Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
September 26, 1980 	Capital Centre, Largo, Maryland
September 28, 1980 	Springfield, Massachusetts
September 30, 1980 	Allentown Fairgrounds, Allentown, Pennsylvania

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*** Moving Pictures Tour released February 1981 		***
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February 19, 1981	Kalamazoo, Michigan
March 1, 1981		International Amphitheater, Chicago, Illinois
March 4, 1981		St. Louis, Missouri
March 5, 1981		St. Louis, Missouri
March 7, 1981		Louisville, Kentucky
March 8, 1981		Hara Arena, Dayton, Ohio
March 10, 1981		Evansville, Indiana
March 11, 1981		Indianapolis, Indiana
March 13, 1981		Detroit, Michigan
March 14, 1981		Detroit Cobo Hall, Michigan
March 15, 1981		Detroit, Michigan
March 23, 1981		Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada
March 24, 1981		Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada
March 25, 1981		Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada
March 27, 1981		The Forum, Montreal, Quebec
April 3, 1981		Tucson, Arizona
April 4, 1981		Phoenix, Arizona
April 5, 1981		Alburquerque, New Mexico
April 7, 1981		Municipal Auditorium, New Orleans, Louisiana
April 8, 1981		Houston, Texas
April 10, 1981		Dallas, Texas
April 11, 1981		San Antonio, Texas
April 12, 1981		Civic Arena, Fort Worth, Texas
April 14, 1981		Little Rock, Arkansas
April 15, 1981		Jackson, Mississippi
April 16, 1981		Memphis, Tennessee
April 18, 1981		Mobile, Alabama
April 19, 1981		Municipial Auditorium, New Orleans, Louisiana
April 21, 1981		Shreveport, Louisiana
April 23, 1981		Kansas City, Missouri
April 24, 1981		Kansas City, Missouri
April 26, 1981		Tulsa, Oklahoma
May 6, 1981		Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
May 7, 1981		Cleveland, Ohio
May 9, 1981		Buffalo, New York
May 12, 1981		Rochester, New York
May 13, 1981		Rochester, New York
May 15, 1981		Glens Falls, New York
May 16, 1981 		Largo, Maryland   
May 17, 1981 		Largo, Maryland   
May 18, 1981 		Madison Square Gardens, New York City, New York
May 20, 1981 		(?) Uniondale, New York or
			(?) The Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
May 22, 1981 		The Spectrum, Philadephia, Pennsylvania
May 23, 1981 		Boston, Massachusetts
May 24, 1981 		Civic Center, Providence, Rhode Island
June 1, 1981		Denver, Colorado
June 3, 1981		Salt Lake City, Utah
June 5, 1981		Oakland, California
June 6, 1981		The Coliseum, Oakland, California
June 7, 1981		Fresno, California
June 9, 1981		San Diego, California
June 10, 1981 		LA Forum, Los Angeles, California 
June 11, 1981 		LA Forum, Los Angeles, California 
June 14, 1981 		Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, California 
July 2, 1981		Met Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota

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*** Exit...Stage Left released October 1981 			***
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October 31, 1981	(?) Deeside Leisure Center, Cardiff, Wales or
			(?) Chester, England
November 2, 1981	(?) Brighton, England or (?) Sussex, England
November 5, 1981	London Wembley Arena, England
November 6, 1981	London Wembley Arena, England
November 7, 1981	(?) London Wembley Arena, England
November 9, 1981	Bingley Hall, Stafford, England
November 11, 1981	Musikhalle, Hamburg, Germany
November 12, 1981	Hemmerleinehalle, Nuremburg, Germany
November 14, 1981	Ahoy Hall, Rotterdam, Holland
November 19, 1981	Sporthalle, Boblingen, Stuttgart, Germany
December 2, 1981	Municipal Auditorium, Nashville, Tennessee
December 12, 1981	Johnson City Center, Tennessee
December 18, 1981	Civic Center, Hartford, Connecticut
December 20, 1981	Civic Center, Hartford, Connecticut
December 21, 1981	Meadowlands, New Jersey
December 22, 1981	Meadowlands, New Jersey

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*** Tour of the Nadars (short tour between ESL and Signals) 	***
*******************************************************************
April 11, 1982		Civic Center, Lakeland, Florida
April 12, 1982		Civic Center, Lakeland, Florida

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*** New World Tour - Signals 					***
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September 3, 1982	Green Bay, Wisconsin
September 4, 1982	La Crosse, Wisconsin
September 5, 1982	Dubuque, Iowa
September 7, 1982	Sioux Falls, South Dakota
September 8, 1982	Des Moines, Iowa
September 9, 1982	Omaha, Nebraska
September 11, 1982	Rapid City, South Dakota
September 12, 1982	Bismark, North Dakota
September 14, 1982	Billings, Montana
September 15, 1982	Casper, Wyoming
September 17, 1982	Denver, Colorado
September 19, 1982	Pocatello, Idaho
September 20, 1982	Boise, Idaho
September 21, 1982	Salt Lake City, Utah
September 30, 1982	Vancouver, Canada
October 2, 1982		Calgary, Canada
October 3, 1982		Edmonton, Canada
October 5, 1982		Winnipeg, Canada
October 9, 1982		Mecca Arena, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
October 15, 1982	Kansas City, Missouri
October 16, 1982	Kansas City, Missouri
October 17, 1982	Witchita, Kansas
October 19, 1982	Memphis, Tennessee
October 20, 1982	Nashville, Tennessee
October 30, 1982	Lexington, Kentucky
October 31, 1982	Evansville, Indiana
November 1, 1982	Indianapolis, Indiana
November 3, 1982	Cleveland, Ohio
November 4, 1982	Cleveland, Ohio
November 5, 1982	South Bend, Indiana
November 7, 1982	Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan
November 8, 1982	Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan
November 9, 1982	Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan
November 11, 1982	Kalamazoo, Michigan
November 12, 1982	Todelo, Ohio
November 14, 1982	Dayton, Ohio
November 15, 1982	Champaign, Illinois
November 17, 1982	Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada
November 18, 1982	(?) Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada
November 19, 1982	(?) Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada
November 21, 1982	Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, Illinois
November 29, 1982	Capital Centre, Largo, Maryland
December 2, 1982	Madison Square Garden, New York
December 6, 1982	Boston, Massachusetts
December 9, 1982	Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, Long Island, New York
December 13, 1982	Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
December 14, 1982	Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
February 14, 1983	Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, California
February 15, 1983	Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, California
February 17, 1983	Los Angeles, California
February 18, 1983	Los Angeles, California
February ? 1983		San Diego, California
February 23, 1983	Phoenix Coliseum, Phoenix, Arizona
February 24, 1983	(?) Phoenix Coliseum, Arizona
March 25, 1983		The Coliseum, Charlotte, North Carolina
March 30, 1983		Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnatti, Ohio
April 1, 1983		Civic Center, Hartford, Connecticut
April 2, 1983		Carrier Dome, Syracuse, New York
April 5, 1983		Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, New York
April 9, 1983		Montreal Forum, Montreal, Canada
May 3, 1983  		Ahoy Sportpalais, Rotterdam, Holland
May 6, 1983		Sporthalle, Boblingen, Stuttgart, Germany
May 7, 1983		Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany
May 8, 1983		Congress Centrum, Hamburg, Germany
May 10, 1983		Philipshalle, Dusseldorf, Germany
May 11, 1983		Rheine-Neckar Halle, Eppelheim, Heidelberg, Germany
May 14, 1983		NEC Arena, Birmingham, England
May 15, 1983		NEC Arena, Birmingham, England
May 17, 1983		Wembley Arena, London, England
May 18, 1983  		Wembley Arena, London, England
May 20, 1983  		Wembley Arena, London, England
May 21, 1983  		Wembley Arena, London, England
May 22, 1983		NEC Arena, Birmingham, England
May 24, 1983		R.H.A.E.C. Ingliston, Edinburgh, Scotland
May 25, 1983		R.H.A.E.C. Ingliston, Edinburgh, Scotland
September 18, 1983	Radio City Music Hall, New York
September 20, 1983	Radio City Music Hall, New York
September 21, 1983	Radio City Music Hall, New York
September 22, 1983	Radio City Music Hall, New York
September 23, 1983	Radio City Music Hall, New York

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*** Grace Under Pressure released April 12, 1984 		***
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April 17, 1984		Albuquerque Tingley Coliseum, New Mexico
May 7, 1984		Albuquerque, New Mexico (rehearsal)
May 8, 1984		Albuquerque, New Mexico
May 9, 1984		Phoenix, Arizona
May 10, 1984		Las Vegas, Nevada
May 12, 1984		Lawlor Events Center, Reno, Nevada
May 14, 1984		Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, Utah
May 15, 1984		Boise Coliseum, Boise, Idaho
May 17, 1984		Portland, Oregon
May 18, 1984		Seattle, Washington
May 19, 1984		Vancouver, Canada
May 24, 1984		Cow Palace, San Francisco, California
May 25, 1984		Cow Palace, San Francisco, California
May 26, 1984		San Francisco, California
May 28, 1984		Sports Arena, San Diego, California
May 29, 1984		The Forum, Los Angeles, California
May 30, 1984		Los Angeles, California
June 2, 1984		Irvine Meadows Amphitheater, Irvine, California
June 4, 1984		Phoenix, Arizona
June 5, 1984		Las Cruces, New Mexico
June 6, 1984		Odessa, Texas
June 8, 1984		Houston, Texas
June 10, 1984		Dallas, Texas
June 12, 1984		Little Rock, Arkansas
June 13, 1984		Tulsa, Oklahoma
June 15, 1984		Witchita, Kansas
June 16, 1984		Kansas City, Missouri
June 25, 1984		Mecca Arena, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
June 26, 1984		Met Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
June 27, 1984		Met Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
June 29, 1984		Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, Illinois
June 30, 1984		Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, Illinois
July 2, 1984		St. Louis, Missouri
July 3, 1984		Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, Indiana
July 5, 1984		Cleveland, Ohio
July 6, 1984		Richfield Coliseum, Ohio
July 7, 1984		Richfield Coliseum, Ohio
July 9, 1984		Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan
July 12, 1984		Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, New York
July 14, 1984		Montreal Forum, Montreal, Canada
July 15, 1984		Montreal Forum, Montreal, Canada
September 15, 1984	Civic Center, Glen Falls, New York
September 17, 1984	Madison Square Garden, New York
September 20, 1984	Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada
September 21, 1984	Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada
September 27, 1984	Capital Centre, Largo, Maryland
September 29, 1984	Brendan Byrne Arena, Meadowlands, New Jersey
September 30, 1984	Nassau Coliseum, Long Island, New York
October 2, 1984		Worcester Centrum, Massachusetts
October 3, 1984		Worcester Centrum, Massachusetts
October 18, 1984	Toledo, Ohio
October 19, 1984	Saginaw, Michigan
October 21, 1984	Lexington, Kentucky
October 23, 1984	Memphis, Tennessee
October 24, 1984	Jackson, Mississippi
October 26, 1984	Biloxi, Mississippi
October 27, 1984	New Orleans, Louisiana
October 29, 1984	Nashville, Tennessee
October 30, 1984	Atlanta, Georgia
November 1, 1984  	Charleston, West Virginia
November 2, 1984  	Johnson City, Tennessee
November 4, 1984  	Hampton, Virginia
November 5, 1984  	The Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
November 6, 1984  	Civic Center, Providence, Rhode Island
November 7, 1984  	Civic Center, Providence, Rhode Island
November 11, 1984  	(?) Japan
November 20, 1984	Furitsu Taikukain, Osaka, Japan
November 21, 1984	Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
November 24, 1984 	Honolulu NBC Arena, Hawaii
November 25, 1984 	Honolulu NBC Arena, Hawaii

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*** Short Tour 							***
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March 10, 1985		Civic Center, Lakeland, Florida
March 11, 1985		Civic Center, Lakeland, Florida
March 12, 1985		Civic Center, Lakeland, Florida
March 14, 1985		Lee County Arena, Ft. Meyers, Florida
March 15, 1985     	Sportatorium, Hollywood, Florida

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*** Power Windows 						***
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December 4, 1985   	Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, Maine  
December 5, 1985   	Civic Center, Providence, Rhode Island
December 7, 1985   	New Haven, Connecticut
December 8, 1985   	Civic Center, Hartford, Connecticut
December 10, 1985   	War Memorial, Rochester, New York
December 12, 1985   	The Centrum, Worcester, Massachusetts
December 13, 1985   	The Centrum, Worcester, Massachusetts
December 15, 1985   	Richmond, Virginia
December 16, 1985   	Capital Centre, Largo, Maryland  
December 18, 1985   	Pittsburgh Civic Arena, Pennsylvania
December 19, 1985   	Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio
January 9, 1986		Pensacola Civic Center, Pensacola, Florida
January 10, 1986	Cajundome, Lafayette, Louisiana
January 12, 1986	Reunion Arena, Dallas, Texas
January 13, 1986	Reunion Arena, Dallas, Texas
January 15, 1986	The Summit, Houston, Texas
January 16, 1986	The Summit, Houston, Texas
January 18, 1986	Erwin Special Events Center, Austin, Texas
January 19, 1986	San Antonio, Texas
January 30, 1986	Cow Palace, San Francisco, California
January 31, 1986	Oakland Colliseum, California
February 2, 1986	Las Vegas, Nevada
February 3, 1986	Sports Arena, San Diego, California
February 5, 1986	Los Angeles Forum, California
February 6, 1986	Los Angeles Forum, California
February 7, 1986	Los Angeles Forum, California
February 8, 1986	Arizona Veterans Colliseum, Phoenix, Arizona
February 27, 1986	Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, New York
February 28, 1986	Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
March 1, 1986		Civic Center, Ottowa, Ontario, Canada
March 3, 1986		The Coliseum, Quebec City, Canada
March 4, 1986		The Forum, Montreal, Canada
March 6, 1986		Toronto Maple Leaf Garden, Canada
March 7, 1986		Toronto Maple Leaf Garden, Canada
March 20, 1986		Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, Indiana
March 21, 1986		Chicago Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, Illinois
March 22, 1986		Chicago Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, Illinois
March 24, 1986    	Mecca Arena, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
March 25, 1986		Civic Center, St. Paul, Minnesota
March 28, 1986		Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan
March 31, 1986    	East Rutherford, New Jersey
April 1, 1986 		East Rutherford, New Jersey
April 2 1986		(?) War Memorial, Rochester, New York
April 3, 1986		Civic Center, Springfield, Massachusetts
April 4, 1986		Nassau Coliseum, Long Island, New York
April 13, 1986		Broom County Arena, Binghamton, New York
April 14, 1986          Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
April 16, 1986          Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
April 17, 1986		Civic Center, Baltimore, Maryland
April 19, 1986          Hampton, Virginia
April 20, 1986          Charlotte, North Carolina
April 22, 1986          Greensboro, North Carolina
April 23, 1986          Greenville, North Carolina
April 25, 1986          Omni Sports Arena, Atlanta, Georgia
April 26, 1986          Birmingham, Alabama
April 28, 1986          St. Louis, Missouri
April 29, 1986      	Kemper Arena, Kansas City, Missouri
May 1, 1986         	The Myriad, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
May 2, 1986         	Wichita, Kansas
May 12, 1986		Salt Palace Acord Arena, Salt Lake City, Utah
May 14, 1986		The Saddledome, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
May 15, 1986		Northland Coliseum, Edmonton, Canada
May 17, 1986		Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, B.C., Canada
May 21, 1986		Center Coliseum, Seattle, Washington
May 24, 1986		Cal Expo, Sacramento, California
May 25, 1986		Pacific Amphitheater, Costa Mesa, California
May 26, 1986		Pacific Amphitheater, Costa Mesa, California

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*** Hold Your Fire released early September '87 		***
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October 29, 1987	St. John, Newfoundland
October 30, 1987	St. John, Newfoundland
November 1, 1987	Sidney, Nova Scotia
November 2, 1987	Halifax, Nova Scotia
November 4, 1987	Moncton, New Brunswick
November 5, 1987	(?) New Haven, Connecticut
November 6, 1987	Civic Center, Providence, Rhode Island
November 7, 1987	Civic Center, Providence, Rhode Island
November 9, 1987	Civic Center, Springfield, Massachusetts
November 10, 1987	Utica, New York
November 11, 1987	(?) New York City, New York
November 12, 1987	RPI Fieldhouse, Troy, New York
November 13, 1987	Hartford, Connecticut
November 14, 1987	Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, New York
November 15, 1987	Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
November 16, 1987	Hartford, Connecticut
November 27, 1987	Charlotte Coliseum, North Carolina
November 30, 1987 	Largo, Maryland
December 2, 1987	Worcester, Massachusetts
December 3, 1987	Worcester, Massachusetts
December 5, 1987	New Haven, Connecticut
December 6, 1987	East Rutherford, New Jersey
December 7, 1987	East Rutherford, New Jersey
December 9, 1987	Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York
December 11, 1987	Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York
December 13, 1987 	Philadelphia Spectrum, Pennsylvania
December 14, 1987	Philadelphia Spectrum, Pennsylvania
December 16, 1987	Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
December 17, 1987	Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland, Ohio
January 15, 1988	Reynolds Coliseum, Raleigh, North Carolina
January 16, 1988	Nashville, Tennessee
January 18, 1988	Dallas, Texas
January 21, 1988	(?) San Antonio, Texas or
			(?) New Orleans Lakefront Arena, Louisiana
January 23, 1988	The Myriad, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
January 24, 1988	Shreveport, Louisiana
January 25, 1988	Barton Coliseum, Little Rock, Arkansas
January 26, 1988	Barton Coliseum, Little Rock, Arkansas
January 27, 1988	Lakefront Arena, New Orleans, Louisiana
January 29, 1988	Houston, Texas
January 30, 1988	Austin, Texas
February 1, 1988	Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, Arizona
February 3, 1988	San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, California
February 4, 1988	Inglewood Forum, California
February 5, 1988	Inglewood Forum, California
February 12, 1988	Memphis, Tennesee
February 13, 1988	Hollywood, Florida
February 15, 1988	Lakeland, Florida
February 18, 1988	(?) Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum, Florida or
			(?) Miami, Florida or (?) Spotatorium, Hollywood, FLA
February 19, 1988	Pensacola, Florida
February 21, 1988	Midsouth Coliseum, Memphis, Tennessee
February 22, 1988	St. Louis, Missouri
February 24, 1988	Cincinnati, Ohio
February 25, 1988	Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, Illinois
February 26, 1988	Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, Illinois
February 28, 1988	Civic Center, Peorai, Illinois
March 1, 1988		Checkerdome, St. Louis, Missouri
March 4, 1988		Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan
March 7, 1988		Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario
March 8, 1988		Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario
March 10, 1988		Montreal, Quebec, Canada
March 11, 1988		Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
April 2, 1988		Civic Auditorium, Omaha, Nebraska
April 5, 1988		Mecca Arena, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
April 10, 1988		Hara Arena, Dayton, Ohio
April 21, 1988		National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, England
April 23, 1988		National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, England
April 24, 1988		National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, England
April 26, 1988		Scottish Exhibition Centre, Glasgow, Scotland
April 28, 1988		Wembley Arena, London, England
April 29, 1988		Wembley Arena, London, England
April 30, 1988		Wembley Arena, London, England
May 2, 1988		Ahoy Hall, Rotterdam, Holland
May 4, 1988 		Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany
May 5, 1988		Hans Martin Schleyerhalle, Stutgart, Germany
July 3, 1988		Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada
December 18, 1989	Paris, France

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*** Presto Tour - Album released November 18, 1989 		***
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February 10, 1990	Lakefront Arena, New Orleans, Louisiana	
February 17, 1990	Greenville Memorial Coliseum, Greenville, South Carolina
February 18, 1990	Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum, Jacksonville, Florida
February 19, 1990	Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, Florida
February 20, 1990 	Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, Florida
February 22, 1990	The Arena, Miami, Florida
February 23, 1990	Orlando Arena, Florida
February 25, 1990	New Orleans, Louisiana
February 26, 1990	Houston, Texas
February 28, 1990	San Antonio, Texas
March 1, 1990		Reunion Arena, Dallas, Texas
March 3, 1990		Kansas City, Missouri
March 5, 1990		St. Louis, Missouri
March 6, 1990		Cincinnati, Ohio
March 8, 1990		Detroit, Michigan
March 9, 1990		Detroit, Michigan
March 20, 1990		Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
March 21, 1990		Calgary, Canada
March 23, 1990		Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC, Canada
March 24, 1990		Memorial Coliseum, Portland, Oregon
March 26, 1990		Seattle, Washington
March 28, 1990		ARCO Arena, Sacramento, California
March 30, 1990		Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, California
March 31, 1990		Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, California
April 2, 1990		Inglewood Forum, California
April 3, 1990		Inglewood Forum, California
April 5, 1990		San Diego Sports Arena, California
April 7, 1990  		Costa Mesa Amphitheater, California
April 8, 1990		Veterans Memorial Arena, Phoenix, Arizona
April 9, 1990		Tucson, Arizona
April 20, 1990		East Rutherford Meadowlands, New Jersey
April 22, 1990		Uniondale Nassau Coliseum, New York
April 24, 1990		Philadelphia Spectrum, Pennsylvania
April 25, 1990		East Rutherford Meadowlands, New Jersey
April 27, 1990		Philadelphia Spectrum, Pennsylvania
April 28, 1990		Rochester War Memorial, Rochester, New York
May 1, 1990		Omni Sports Arena, Atlanta, Georgia
May 2, 1990		Charlotte, North Carolina
May 3, 1990		(?) Norfolk, Virginia
May 4, 1990		Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, Virginia
May 5, 1990 		Capital Centre, Landover (Largo), Maryland
May 6, 1990		(?) East Rutherford, New Jersey
May 7, 1990		Civic Center, Providence, Rhode Island
May 8, 1990		Hartford Civic Center, Connecticut
May 9, 1990		(?) New Haven, Connecticut
May 10, 1990		Worcester, Massachusetts
May 11, 1990		Worcester, Massachusetts
May 13, 1990		Quebec City, Canada
May 14, 1990		Montreal Forum, Canada
May 16, 1990		Maple Leaf Garden, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
May 17, 1990		Maple Leaf Garden, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
June 1, 1990  		Old Orchard Beach, Maine
June 2, 1990  		Albany, New York
June 3, 1990		(?) Rochester, New York (or Uniondale, New York)
June 4, 1990  		Baltimore, Maryland
June 5, 1990  		Hampton, Virginia
June 7, 1990  		Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
June 8, 1990  		(?) Richfield, Ohio or Cleveland, Ohio
June 10, 1990  		Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
June 11, 1990  		Cincinnati, Ohio
June 13, 1990		Cooper Stadium, Columbus, Ohio
June 14, 1990		Deercreek Music Theater, Noblesville, Indiana
June 16, 1990  		East Troy, Wisconsin
June 17, 1990  		East Troy, Wisconsin
June 19, 1990  		Met Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
June 20, 1990  		Civic Arena, Omaha, Nebraska
June 22, 1990  		Denver, Colorado
June 24, 1990  		Salt Lake City, Utah
June 26, 1990  		Cal Expo, Sacramento, California
June 27, 1990  		Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View, California
June 29, 1990 		Irvine Meadows Amphitheater, Irvine, California
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In many cases where dates were questionable, I have included (?) to
state so.  Some dates gotten from various sources claim more than
one location played on such a date, I have included (?) to mark
these as well.  Cases where the band played more than one night at
a location but where I only had 1 date, I have marked the other 2
dates with (?) to indicate this.

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