LIVE BOOTLEG! TOUR

 

The double live vinyl "Live Bootleg!" album (produced by Jack Douglas) was released in October 1978 and peaked at #13 in January 1979 (13th), with the single from the album, Richie Supa's "Chip Away The Stone" stalling at #77 in February 1979.

 

List of Dates

Note: This list of dates is not 100% complete. The underlined dates are links to the setlists they played at these concerts .

 

Club gigs playing under the pseudonym of Dr. J. Jones And The Interns

August 1978 The Starwood Club Los Angeles, CA
August 9, 1978 The Paradise Club Boston, MA
August 19, 1978 The Record Plant ("Downtown Charlie" recorded) New York City, NY
August 21, 1978 The Wherehouse ("Come Together" recorded for Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band Soundtrack) Waltham, MA
with George Martin

September 29, 1978 Cobo Arena Detroit, MI (with AC/DC)
September 30, 1978 Morris Civic Auditorium Southbend, IN
(with AC/DC)
October 2, 1978 Sports Arena, Toledo, OH
(with AC/DC)
October 3, 1978 Coliseum, Fort Wayne, IN
(with AC/DC)
October 5, 1978 Riverfront Coliseum Cincinnati, OH
October 7, 1978 Market Square Arena Indianapolis, IN
October 8, 1978 Wings Stadium Kalamazoo, MI
October 11, 1978 Convention Center Pine Bluff, AR
October 12, 1978 The Myriad Oklahoma City, OK
October 14, 1978 Civic Center St. Paul, MN
October 15, 1978 Dane County Coliseum Madison, WI
October 18, 1978 Civic Center Huntington, WV
October 19, 1978 Civic Center Roanoke, VA
October 21, 1978 Freedom Hall Louisville, KY
October 22, 1978 Richfield Coliseum Richfield, OH
October 27, 1978 Robinson Memorial Auditorium Little Rock, AR
October 28, 1978 Rapids Parish Coliseum Alexandria, VA
October 30, 1978 The Starwood Club Los Angeles, CA
November 2, 1978 Civic Arena Pittsburgh, PA
November 3, 1978 University of Dayton Auditorium Dayton, OH
November 5, 1978 Roberts Municipal Auditorium Evansville, IN
November 6, 1978 Knoxville Coliseum Knoxville, TN
November 8, 1978 Richmond Coliseum Richmond, VA
November 9, 1978 Capital Center Largo, MD
November 12, 1978 Nassau Coliseum Uniondale, NY
November 15, 1978 Civic Center Springfield, MA
November 16, 1978 Civic Center Providence, RI
November 18, 1978 Veterans Memorial Coliseum New Haven, CT
November 19, 1978 Cumberland County Civic Center Portland, ME
November 24, 1978 Madison Square Garden New York City, NY
November 25, 1978 The Spectrum Philadelphia, PA (show abandoned after glass bottle attack)
November 27, 1978 Boston Garden Boston, MA
November 28, 1978 Boston Garden Boston, MA
December 2, 1978 Convention Center Fort Worth, TX
December 3, 1978 Civic Center Springfield, MA
December 5, 1978 Harbour House Lynn, MA
December 6, 1978 Mississippi Coliseum Jackson, MS
December 7, 1978 Mississippi Coast Coliseum Biloxi, MS
December 9, 1978 Hirsch Memorial Coliseum Shreveport, LA
December 10, 1978 Tulsa Pavilion Tulsa, OK
December 12, 1978 Kansas Coliseum Brit Brown Arena, Wichita, KS
December 22, 1978 Mia Tyler born, daughter of Steven Tyler and Cyrinda Foxe-Tyler
January 21, 1979 Harbour House Lynn, MA

Support:

AC/DC (until Oct 3 78), Exile (Oct 78), Golden Earring (Oct-Nov 78), Dirty Angels (Dec 78)