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Roy Harper H.Q.

Live Performance History

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1965

1965-??-??, Las Vegas Club, Denmark

NOTE: Roy's first gig.

1967

1967-??-??, St. George's Hall, Liverpool, UK

(shared bill with Alex Campbell)

1967-??-??, Student's Folk Club, University Of Birmingham, UK

NOTE: The year could be also 1968.

1967-01-02, Little Hogs, Princess Of Wales, South Hampstead, UK

(shared bill with Alex Campbell)

1967-03-03, Les Cousins, Greek Street, London, UK

1967-03-10, Les Cousins, Greek Street, London, UK

(shared bill with Incredible String Band)

1967-03-26, The Hampstead Folk Club, The Enterprise, Haverstock Hill, Chalk Farm, UK

(guest spot; main act Nigel Denver)

"I can recall that he talked about electro-compulsive therapy and then sang a song in which he imitated a nurse saying, 'E.C.T. today'. For another song, he sang into the soundhole of his guitar to achieve an echo effect - and I think it was to do with a graveyard but I could be wrong. He also mentioned that he had been to, or just come back from, Copenhagen."
(Ian Woodward)

1967-03-30, The Gas-Light, Ye Olde Crown, Highgate Hill, Highgate, UK

(shared bill with Ralph May/McTell, Cliff Aungier, Henry Bartlett)

"My diary only says 'Henry' but I'm pretty certain his surname was Bartlett. 'Henry' used to run a jug band called Henry's Strimmed Implements, a group I had booked when I was the organiser of a college folk club. Ralph May (who later changed his name to Ralph McTell) was a member of his group and they used to bring along a young singer called Jacqui, who joined them to sing a couple of songs - she was Jacqui McShee who later became a member of Pentangle."
(Ian Woodward)

1967-04-08, Les Cousins, Greek Street, London, UK

1967-04-13, The Gas-Light, Ye Olde Crowne, Highgate Hill, Highgate, UK

(guest spot; main act John Renbourn with Jacqui McShee)

1967-04-15, Middle Earth, London, UK

(shared bill with Tim Buckley)

1967-04-15, Les Cousins, Greek Street, London

(shared bill with Young Tradition, Al Stewart, John Henry Crocket, Tom, Moxy)

NOTE: An all-night session running till Sunday (16th).

1967-04-21, Les Cousins, Greek Street, London, UK

1967-05-11, The Gas-Light, Ye Olde Crowne, Highgate Hill, Highgate, UK

1967-05-20, Les Cousins, Greek Street, London, UK

(shared bill with Incredible String Band)

1967-05-22, Folk Benefit For Cyril Tawney, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK

(shared bill with Dominic Behan The Ian Campbell Folk Group, Sydney Carter, Chapter Three, Shirley & Dolly Collins, The Corries, Karl Dallas, Nigel Denver, Tony Foxworthy, Roy Guest, Johnny Handle, Spider John Koerner, The Incredible String Band, Trevor Lucas, Tony McCarthy, Noel Murphy, John Pearse, The Picadilly Line, Tom Rush, Derek Sarjeant, Al Stewart, Jeremy Taylor, The Tinkers, The Watersons and The Young Tradition)

1967-06-23, Les Cousins, Greek Street, London, UK

1967-07-08, Les Cousins, Greek Street, London, UK

(shared bill with Ron Geesin)

1967-07-28, Les Cousins, Greek Street, London, UK

1967-08-??, The Phrontisery Folk Club, The Bull, Romford, UK

"I co-ran this club during its short life (about 2 months) and we booked Roy, Al Stewart, The Incredible String Band, Wizz Jones and Clive Palmer, The Young Tradition and one or two others I can no longer remember. It's quite possible that I still owe Roy his £10 fee!"
(David Hele)

1967-08-05, Les Cousins, Greek Street, London, UK

1967-08-19, Les Cousins, Greek Street, London, UK

1967-10-16, BBC 201 Piccadilly Studios, London, UK

Live session with Forever, Zengem, Midspring Dithering, You Don't Need Money (first broadcast 1967-10-29).

1967-10-17, Student Folk Club, Enfield, UK

1968

1968-02-10, Folk Festival '68, Royal Albert Hall, UK

(shared bill with The Watersons, The Incredible String Band, Al Stewart, Dorris Henderson and Chapter Three)

1968-03-05, Student Folk Club, Enfield, UK

"I had lived further north in London, not far from Enfield, which is why I went to the two Enfield shows [...] On one of those two occasions, Roy needed a lift back and travelled in the back seat of the Jowett Javelin car owned by one of my flatmates. We dropped him at Chalk Farm tube station, from where he could get back home on the tube train. He was either drunk or stoned but quite talkative, though not always coherent. I can recall he talked about Cuba, either that he wanted to go there or had been there."
(Ian Woodward)

1968-03-13, BBC Maida Vale Studios, London, UK

Live session with Life Goes By, In A Beautiful Rambling Mess, Ballad Of Songwriter, All You Need Is (first broadcast 1968-03-17).

1968-03-30, Les Cousins, Greek Street, London, UK

(guest spot; main acts Ron Geesin, John Martyn and Ralph McTell)

NOTE: An all-night session running till Sunday (31st).

"According to Ralph McTell, John Martyn never played this gig; Roy Harper stood in for him."
(Big Muff - The John Martyn Pages)

1968-06-??, Les Cousins, Greek Street, London, UK

(guest spot; main acts Ron Geesin and John Martyn)

A 6-minute audience recording exists with On The First Day Of April with an introduction by Ron Geesin. Roy has never released the song, but a version with Norwegian lyrics was released by Lillebjørn Nilsen (see the discography). In a Twitter post on 2020-12-22 Nilsen mentioned the original title of Roy's song.

1968-06-03, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK

(shared bill with Tyrannosaurus Rex, Stefan Grossman, David Bowie and John Peel)

1968-06-21, Loughton College, UK

1968-06-29, Hyde Park, London, UK

(shared bill with Jethro Tull, Pink Floyd and Tyrannosaurus Rex)

1968-06-29, Les Cousins, Greek Street, London, UK

1968-07-06, Woburn Music Festival, Woburn Abbey, Bedfordshire, UK

(shared bill with Jimi Hendrix, Pentangle, Donovan, Fleetwood Mac, John Mayal, The Taste, Geno Washington, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Family, Al Stewart and Alexis Korner)

1968-07-26, Cambridge Folk Festival, UK

1968-07-27, Cambridge Folk Festival, UK

1968-07-28, Cambridge Folk Festival, UK

1968-08-24, Hyde Park, London, UK

(shared bill with Fleetwood Mac, Ten Years After, Fairport Convention, Family and Eclection London)

1968-09-28, Hyde Park, London, UK

(shared bill with The Move, Pete Brown's Battered Ornaments and Clouds)

1968-10-17, Porchester Halls, Queensway, London, UK

(shared bill with Alexis Korner Blues Band, Pete Brown, Deviants, The Action and Ron Geesin)

1968-11-01, Mothers, Erdington, Birmingham, UK

1968-11-17, St. Pancras Town Hall, London, UK

1968-11-24, Belfast Festival, Ireland

(shared bill with Bert Jansch and John Renbourn)

1968-11-25, Belfast Festival, Ireland

(shared bill with Bert Jansch and John Renbourn)

1968-12-10, Klooks Kleek, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, UK

1969

1969-??-??, Newcastle, UK

A 50-minute audience recording exists with Hors D'Oeuvres, North Country, Blackpool, I Hate The White Man, Feeling All The Saturday, Me And My Woman, Tom Tiddler's Ground and One For All.

1969-03-03, The Resurrection, Black Bull, Whetstone, UK

1969-03-28, Lyceum Ballroom, Strand, London, UK

(shared bill with Country Joe, Yes and Van Der Graaf Generator)

1969-04-06, YCND Benefit, Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, London, UK

(shared bill with Pete Brown, The Egg, Alexis Korner and Stray)

1969-05-02, College Of Commerce, Manchester, UK

(shared bill with Pink Floyd)

"I went to the gig at the Manchester College of Commerce in May 1969 (the night that Pink Floyd recorded the live part of Ummagumma). There were many other acts on including Roy playing late at night in what must have been a classroom until we were all thrown out by a janitor who said he had to get the room ready for an exam the next morning! Roy simply walked out of the room with his guitar in his hand, saying 'follow me' and carried on playing in another room."
(John Gray)

1969-05-02, Mothers, Erdingtom, Birmingham, UK

(shared bill with Pink Floyd)

1969-05-09, Camden Festival, Parliament Fields, Hampstead, UK

(shared bill with Pink Floyd)

1969-05-23, Sir John Cass College, Aldgate, London, UK

(shared bill with Al Stewart)

1969-05-25, Ware Folk Club, Brewery Tap, Ware, UK

1969-06-02, BBC Maida Vale Studios, London, UK

(with The Nice)

Roy guested The Nice's session, and sang & wrote lyrics for St. Thomas (first broadcast 1969-06-08, released on The Nice America: The BBC Sessions).

1969-06-03, BBC Maida Vale Studios, London, UK

Live session with Francesca (*), Hell's Angels, She's The One (*), I Hate The White Man and It's Tomorrow And Tomorrow Is Yesterday (*) (first broadcast 1969-06-08). All tracks released on The BBC Tapes, Volume I. Tracks marked with (*) released also on some CD reissues of Come Out Fighting Ghengis Smith.

1969-06-22, Fairfield Hall, Croydon, UK

(shared bill with The Nice and Idle Race)

1969-06-28, Bath Festival Of Blues And Progressive Music, UK

(shared bill with Led Zeppelin, The Nice and Fleetwood Mac)

"Roy did an unscheduled slot at the first Bath Festival of Blues and progressive music in a sports ground in Bath itself, performing I Hate The White Man and Hell's Angels. Same bill included Led Zeppelin, The Nice, Fleetwood Mac etc. As I remember, he got a mixed response as a lot of people weren't familiar with his music and found White Man uncomfortable."
(John Reeves)

1969-07-01, Stevenage College, Hertfordshire, UK

(shared bill with Free and Vinegar Tom)

1969-07-06, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK

1969-08-09, NJF Festival, Plumpton Race Track, Sussex, UK

1969-08-30, Les Cousins, Greek Street, London, UK

I Hate The White Man released on Flat Baroque And Berserk. The whole (or at least most of the) concert released on Live At Les Cousins.

1969-09-26, Purcell Room, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK

(shared bill with Ron Geesin and Ralph McTell)

1969-09-27, Purcell Room, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK

(shared bill with Ron Geesin and Ralph McTell)

1969-10-09, Albert Hall, Nottingham, UK

(shared bill with Ron Geesin and Ralph McTell)

1969-10-10, NRK TV Studio, Oslo, Norway

A 35-minute TV broadcast Plastic Fantastic ... with One For All, The Garden Of Getshemane (a working title of It's Tomorrow And Today Is Yesterday), Hell's Angels, How Does It Feel and Forever.

1969-10-10, Houldsworth Hall, Manchester, UK

(shared bill with Ron Geesin and Ralph McTell)

1969-10-14, Mountford Hall, Liverpool, UK

(shared bill with Ron Geesin and Ralph McTell)

1969-10-15, Town Hall, Birmingham, UK

(shared bill with Ron Geesin and Ralph McTell)

1969-10-17, Memorial Hall, Sheffield, UK

(shared bill with Ron Geesin and Ralph McTell)

1969-10-19, Farx, Northcote Arms, Southall, London, UK

1969-11-11, Klooks Kleel, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, UK

1969-12-15, BBC Playhouse Theatre, London, UK

A live session with Don't You Grieve, I Hate The White Man and North Country (first broadcast 1970-01-03). All tracks released on The BBC Tapes, Volume I.

1970

1970-??-??, Swedish TV, Sweden

(with Turid)

A 17-minute recording exists with Don't You Grieve, Feeling All The Saturday, I Hate The White Man and Goodbye.

1970-01-04, Country Club, Haverstock Hill, London, UK

(shared bill with Genesis)

1970-01-10, Mothers, Birmingham, UK

1970-01-13, Klooks Kleek, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, UK

1970-01-17, Mothers, Erdington, Birmingham, UK

1970-01-23, Aulaen, Oslo, Norway

(shared bill with Lillebjørn Nilsen and Finn Kalvik)

1970-01-31, Lanchester Arts Festival, Coventry, UK

1970-04-04, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, UK

1970-04-17, Victoria Hall, Hanley, UK

1970-04-20, Friars, Aylesbury, UK

1970-04-24, Locarno Ballroom, Sunderland, UK

(shared bill with Humble Pie)

1970-05-22, City Hall, Newcastle, UK

(shared bill with The Strawbs)

1970-05-23, Civic Hall, Guildford, UK

(shared bill with Hook Foot)

1970-05-28, Town Hall, Birmingham, UK

1970-06-02, Guildhall, Southampton, UK

1970-06-03, Fairfield Halls, Croydon, UK

1970-06-04, Philharmonic, Liverpool, UK

1970-06-06, Dome, Brighton, UK

1970-06-11, Free Trade Hall, Manchester, UK

1970-06-28, Bath Festival, Shepton Mallet, UK

1970-07-06, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK

1970-07-18, Hyde Park, London, UK

(shared bill with Pink Floyd, Kevin Ayers, Edgar Broughton Band, Formerly Fat Harry and Lol Coxhill)

1970-11-07, Polytechnic, Kingston, UK

1970-12-18, BBC Maida Vale Studios, London, UK

A live session with One Man Rock And Roll Band, Me And My Woman, The Same Old Rock (first broadcast 1971-01-04).

1971

1971-??-??, BBC Radio 1 In Concert

A concert broadcast with Hors d'Oeuvres, One Man Rock And Roll Band, The Same Old Rock, South Africa and Kangaroo Blues. All tracks (except South Africa), released on The BBC Tapes, Volume I.

1971-02-13, Reading University, UK

(shared bill with Bridget St. John)

1971-05-09, Essex University, UK

(shared bill with Third Ear Band)

1971-05-10, BBC Playhouse Theatre, London, UK

A live session with One Man Rock And Roll Band, The Same Old Rock, Kangaroo Blues (first broadcast 1971-05-15).

1971-06-05, Clitheroe Castle, Lancashire, UK

(shared bill with Mogul Thrash, Blonde On Blonde, Kevin Ayers & The Whole World, Gasworks, Seth Bromley's Band, Bodicea and Tam Lin)

A 60-minute audience recording exists with Hors d'Oeuvres, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Feeling All The Saturday, The Same Old Rock (spoken), Acapulco Gold, Me And My Woman, Kangaroo Blues and Tom Tiddler's Ground.

1971-06-25, London University, UK

(shared bill with Third Ear Band and Mike Chapman)

1971-09-04, Hyde Park, London, UK

(shared bill with King Crimson, Jack Bruce and Formerly Fat Harry)

NOTE: Roy was substituting Third Ear Band, who didn't turn up.

1971-11-29, BBC Kensington House Studios, London, UK

A live session with Highway Blues, North Country, South Africa, The Lord's Prayer (first broadcast 1971-12-13).

1971-12-12, Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, London, UK

(shared bill with Thin Lizzy, Brinsley Schwartz, The Joan Littlewood Theatre Group)

1972

1972-??-??, Boarding School, Repton, UK

"I was sent to boarding school at Repton, near Derby and distinctly remember Roy coming to play at the school as I remember enjoying the concert - not long after this he spent a long time in hospital. I was at school between September 1970 and June 1975. I think the concert was in 72 or 73."
(Henry Boot)

1972-??-??, Thurrock Technical College, Essex, UK

1972-??-??, York University, UK

NOTE: The year could be also 1973.

1972-02-12, Bristol University, UK

1972-02-15, Lady Mitchell Hall, Cambridge, UK

1972-02-16, City Hall, Sheffield, UK

1972-02-17, Bradford University, UK

1972-02-18, Swansea University, UK

1972-02-19, Queen's Hall, University, Leicester, UK

(shared bill with Roxy Music and Flash)

"He only played 'White Man' at the end of a session where he talked, tuned his guitar smoked joints and listened to the large gathering of 'friends' on stage behind him including the late Roger Brooks."
(Neil Ritson)

1972-02-21, The Dome, Brighton, UK

1972-02-24, The Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, UK

1972-02-25, Portsmouth Polytechnic, UK

1972-02-26, Empire, Edinburgh, UK

1972-02-28, Free Trade Hall, Manchester, UK

1972-03-02, City Hall, Newcastle, UK

1972-03-03, Town Hall, Birmingham, UK

1972-03-04, Reading University, UK

1972-03-05, Rainbow Theatre, London, UK

1972-03-10, Leeds Polytechnic, UK

1972-03-11, Kingston Polytechnic, UK

1972-05-21, Sadler's Wells Theatre, London, UK

(shared bill with John Martyn)

NOTE: The gig did not happen as Roy got seriously ill and was admitted to hospital earlier during the month.

1973

1973-01-23, Town Hall, Birmingham, UK

(shared bill with Judee Sill)

1973-01-24, The Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, UK

(shared bill with Judee Sill)

1973-02-04, City Hall, Newcastle, UK

(shared bill with Judee Sill)

1973-02-05, Usher Hall, Edinburgh, UK

(shared bill with Judee Sill)

1973-02-11, Colston Hall, Bristol, UK

(shared bill with Judee Sill)

1973-02-12, Royal Albert Hall, London, UK

(shared bill with Judee Sill)

1973-02-14, BBC Langham Studios, London, UK

A live session with Forever, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, South Africa, Little Lady, All Ireland (first broadcast 1973-02-19). All tracks released on The BBC Tapes, Volume I.

1973-02-18, Palace Theatre, Manchester, UK

(shared bill with Judee Sill)

1973-02-20, Town Hall, Leeds, UK

(shared bill with Judee Sill)

1973-02-22, New Theatre, Oxford, UK

(shared bill with Judee Sill)

1973-10-11, Whitla Hall, Queen's University, Belfast, Ireland

1973-11-20, Colston Hall, Bristol, UK

1973-12-03, Royal Albert Hall

(with Jimmy Page)

Male Chauvinist Pig Blues released on Flashes From The Archives Of Oblivion.

1973-12-05, Town Hall, Birmingham, UK

1974

1974-??-??, BBC Studios, London, UK

A live session with Forever and North Country (first broadcast 1974-04-01). Both tracks released on The BBC Tapes, Volume III.

1974-??-??, Oystermouth Castle, The Mumbles, Swansea, UK

"Roy played in the summer (no idea of the date) in the grounds of Oystermouth Castle, at The Mumbles, Swansea. It was a scorching Saturday and Roy was due to end a day that included Mungo Jerry and local blues/rock band Flying Aces (after founder members Martin & George Ace), amongst others. There was a crowd of several hundred, many coming in free because the grounds are a "public park" and the "entrance fee" was only a "donation" in legal terms, because it would have been illegal to refuse the public free entry. Some trouble started during the Mungo Jerry set, which included running battles between rival groups of spectators and bottles being thrown at the stage. The police were called to restore order, which took a couple of hours by the time the debris had been cleared. It was announced that the rest of the concert had been cancelled, and most people left. I stayed with a few friends to see what happened, and to help the bands pack up their kit. While speakers were being loaded into vans, Roy appeared out of a tent with an acoustic guitar. He sat on a stool and started to play. Some of the park officials tried to stop him, but the crowd of 20-30 circled around Roy and he just carried on. We had a wonderful hour of just Roy and his guitar playing and singing to this tiny audience, all gathered within about 6 feet from him!"
(Tim Douglas)

"I was at the Oystermouth Castle performance (1974?) but remember it rather differently! As I recall, the lights failed and Roy played in total darkness! I think that it was amplified though."
(Anonymous)

1974-??-??, The Old Grey Whistle Test, UK

A 10-minute live session with Commune and North Country.

1974-02-??, Leeds University, UK

1974-02-14, Rainbow Theatre, London, UK

(with The Intergalactic Elephant Band i.e. David Bedford & orchestra, John Bonham, Ronnie Lane, Max Middleton, Keith Moon and Jimmy Page)

Some songs released on Flashes From The Archives Of Oblivion and CD reissues of Valentine.

1974-03-01, Southampton University Old Refectory, UK

1974-03-06, BBC Langham Studios, London, UK

A live session with Forever, Twelve Hours Of Sunset and North Country (first broadcast 1974-04-01).

1974-03-11, BBC Kensington House Studios, London, UK

A live session with Commune, Forever, Highway Blues, I'll See You Again, North Country, Too Many Movies (first broadcast 1974-03-19). All tracks released on The BBC Tapes, Volume III.

1974-04-05, BBC Radio 1 In Concert, The Hippodrome, Golders Green, London

(with David Bedford and orchestra)

A concert broadcast with Hors d'Oeuvres, Too Many Movies, Male Chauvinist Pig Blues, Forever, South Africa, Highway Blues, I'll See You Again, Commune, Another Day, North Country, Twelve Hours Of Sunset. All tracks released on The BBC Tapes, Volume II.

1974-05-11, Main Hall, University Of East Anglia, UK

1974-08-31, Hyde Park, London, UK

(with David Gilmour, John Paul Jones and Steve Broughton)

A 15-minute audience recording of The Game exists.

1974-11-25, TV, Denmark

1974-12-??, Kingston Polytechnic, UK

1974-12-05, BBC Maida Vale Studios, London, UK

A live session with Highway Blues, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Too Many Movies and Home (first broadcast 1974-12-12). All tracks released on The BBC Tapes, Volume III.

1975

1975-??-??, Essex University, UK

"I don't recall the exact date, but it was a cold, foggy night. Roy (like Dylan had ten years previously) horrified many of his fans by picking up an electic guitar. He did a solo rendition of "The Game" (which we'd never heard before), as well as some electrified versions of some other songs."
(David Jackson)

1975-??-??, Oslo, Norway

1975-??-??, The Boarding House, San Francisco, USA

A 15-minute recording exists.

1975-04-14, TV, Ireland

A 10-minute broadcast with interview and North Country.

1975-05-27, Town Hall, Birmingham, UK

(with Trigger)

A recording exists with Referendum, Hallucinating Light, The Spirit Lives One Man Rock And Roll Band, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Commune, Me And My Woman, Too Many Movies, Home, The Game and Grown Ups Are Just Silly Children.

1975-05-28, Guildhall, Portsmouth, UK

(with Trigger)

1975-05-30, De Montfont Hall, Leicester, UK

(with Trigger)

1975-06-01, Pavilion, Hemel Hempstead, UK

(with Trigger)

1975-06-02, City Hall, Sheffield, UK

(with Trigger)

1975-06-03, Guildhall, Preston, UK

(with Trigger)

A recording exists with Hallucinating Light, Referendum, The Spirit Lives Too Many Movies, Home, The Game, Grown Ups Are Just Silly Children and Highway Blues.

1975-06-04, Free Trade Hall, Manchester, UK

(with Trigger)

1975-06-05, City Hall, Newcastle, UK

(with Trigger)

1975-06-06, Usher Hall, Edinburgh, UK

(with Trigger)

A 45-minute audience recording exists with One Man Rock And Roll Band, Commune, Me And My Woman, Hallucinating Light and Referendum.

1975-06-08, Town Hall, Gravesend, UK

(with Trigger)

1975-06-10, BBC Maida Vale Studios, London, UK

(with Trigger)

A live session with Referendum, Hallucinating Light, The Spirit Lives (first broadcast 1975-06-23). All tracks released on The BBC Tapes, Volume V.

1975-06-11, Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, UK

(with Trigger)

"I was sitting on the steps waiting for the doors to open when a roadie asked if I wanted to help, and I ended up operating one of the spotlights from the back of the hall!"
(Tim Douglas)

1975-06-14, Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK

(with Trigger)

1975-07-03, BBC Paris Cinema, London, UK

(with Trigger)

A concert with Hallucinating Light, Referendum, Highway Blues, Too Many Movies, The Spirit Lives, Home, The Game and Grown Ups Are Just Silly Children (first broadcast 1975-09-06). All tracks released on The BBC Tapes, Volume IV.

1975-07-05, Knebworth, Hertfordshire, UK

(with Trigger; shared bill with Pink Floyd, Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band, Steve Miller Band, Graham Chapman and Linda Lewis)

A 30-minute audience recording exists with Referendum, Highway Blues, Too Many Movies and The Spirit Lives. A 155-minute audience recording exists of the Pink Floyd's set with Roy singing Have A Cigar.

1975-08-08, BBC Proms, Prom 15, Royal Albert Hall, London, UK

World premiere of David Bedford's composition Twelve Hours Of Sunset for choir and orchestra. Conducted by John Poole. A 35-minute recording exists of the BBC broadcast.

1976

1976-??-??, Philadelphia, USA

A 65-minute radio broadcast (WMMR) with South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Hallucinating Light, Referendum, Home, The Game and Grown Ups Are Just Silly Children.

1976-04-21, The Boarding House, San Francisco, USA

(with Trigger: Andy Roberts, Dave Cochran, John Halsey)

A 25-minute radio broadcast (KSAN FM) with The Spirit Lives and The Game. Apparently also a 50-minute master tape exists with a more complete set.

1976-04-29, The Roxy Theatre, Los Angeles, USA

(shared bill with Tommy Bolin)

1976-04-30, The Roxy Theatre, Los Angeles, USA

(shared bill with Tommy Bolin)

1976-05-01, The Roxy Theatre, Los Angeles, USA

(shared bill with Tommy Bolin)

1976-05-17, The Bottom Line, New York, USA

(shared bill with Elliot Murphy)

1976-05-18, The Bottom Line, New York, USA

(shared bill with Elliot Murphy)

A 40-minute radio broadcast with Me And My Woman, Hallucinating Light, Referendum, Home and Grown Ups Are Just Silly Children. This could be from either one of the dates.

1976-05-22, My Father's Place, Roslyn, New York, USA

(shared bill with Tommy Bolin)

1976-05-23, My Father's Place, Roslyn, New York, USA

(shared bill with The Amazing Rhythm Aces)

1977

1977-??-??, Oxford Polytechnic, UK

(shared bill with Albion Dance Band)

1977-01-28, Burgerzentrum, Bremen Radio, Germany

A 20-minute broadcast.

1977-02-12, Central Hall, University Of York, UK

1977-02-14, BBC Maida Vale Studios, London, UK

(with Chips)

A live session with Another Day, Cherishing The Lonesome, These Last Days, Grown Ups Are Just Silly Children. (first broadcast 1977-02-18). All tracks released on The BBC Tapes, Volume V.

1977-02-17, S.U. Dance Hall, University Of Essex, UK

(with Chips)

1977-02-23, Town Hall, Birmingham, UK

(with Chips)

1977-03-??, The Old Grey Whistle Test, UK

(with Chips)

A 10-minute live TV session with One Of Those Days In England and Cherishing The Lonesome. One Of Those Days In England released on The Old Grey Whistle Test, Volume 2.

1977-03-24, Kant Kino, Berlin, Germany

A 90-minute recording exists with One Of Those Days In England, Another Day, Naked Flame, Forget Me Not, Cherishing The Lonesome, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), Referendum, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and Highway Blues.

1977-03-30, Teku, Tampere, Finland

(with Chips)

1977-03-31, Vanha ylioppilastalo, Helsinki, Finland

(with Chips)

"I went to the press conference, chatted with Harper there, and have a pretty strong memory of watching the set from upstairs in the balcony at the back of Vanha... and that he played 'When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease', and I remember thinking it was too too estoteric and too too English for the audience, but two other guys up there - one from YLE I think - just said it was fucking fantastic, which was a surprise..."
(William Moore)

1977-04-19, Dublin, Ireland

(with Chips)

A 135-minute audience recording exists with One Of Those Days In England, Another Day, Naked Flame, Forget Me Not, Cherishing The Lonesome, Prick Up In The Saddle, Take Me Home, Referendum, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Highway Blues and Grown Ups Are Just Silly Children.

1977-04-26, City Hall, Sheffield, UK

(with Chips)

A 95-minute audience recording exists with One Of Those Days In England, Another Day, Naked Flame, Forget Me Not, Cherishing The Lonesome, Prick Up In The Saddle, Take Me Home, Referendum, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Highway Blues and Grown Ups Are Just Silly Children.

1977-04-29, Free Trade Hall, Manchester, UK

1977-10-22, Pavillion, West Runton, UK

(with Black Sheep; shared bill with Spriguns)

1977-10-24, Town Hall, Birmingham, UK

(with Black Sheep; shared bill with Spriguns)

1977-10-25, Free Trade Hall, Manchester, UK

(with Black Sheep; shared bill with Spriguns)

1977-10-26, City Hall, New Castle, UK

(with Black Sheep; shared bill with Spriguns)

1977-10-27, City Hall, Glasgow, UK

(with Black Sheep; shared bill with Spriguns)

1977-10-28, University, Edinburgh, UK

(with Black Sheep; shared bill with Spriguns)

1977-10-30, Rainbow, London, UK

(with Black Sheep; shared bill with Spriguns)

1977-10-31, University, Exeter, UK

(with Black Sheep; shared bill with Spriguns)

When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease released on a CD reissue of HQ.

1977-11-01, University, Cardiff, UK

(with Black Sheep; shared bill with Spriguns)

1978

1978-??-??, BBC Paris Theatre, London, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

A concert broadcast with Forget Me Not, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), I Hate The White Man, The Same Old Rock, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Highway Blues (first broadcast 1978-10-07). All tracks released on The BBC Tapes, Volume VI.

1978-??-??, St. Andrews University Students Union, UK

1978-01-25, Bremen, Germany

A 50-minute soundboard recording exists with North Country, Another Day, I Hate The White Man, South Africa, The Game, One Man Rock And Roll Band and Forget Me Not.

1978-01-26, WDR Studio L, Rockpalast, Cologne, Germany

An 80-minute TV broadcast with Cherishing The Lonesome, North Country, Another Day, I Hate The White Man, South Africa, The Game, Forget Me Not, One Man Rock And Roll Band, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Cherishing The Lonesome and Home.

1978-02-24, Dundee University, UK

A 60-minute recording exists.

1978-04-28, Bangor University, Bangor, UK

1978-05-14, Playhouse, Nottingham, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

Broadcast by BBC Radio Nottingham. A 55-minute recording exists with The Game, Hallucinating Light, The Same Old Rock and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

1978-06-24, Knebworth Festival, Hertfordshire, UK

(with Andy Roberts; shared bill with Genesis, Brand X, Devo, The Atlanta Rhythm Section, Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers, Jefferson Starship)

NOTE: Roy was added late to the line-up and he was not listed in the poster. The early set was in the afternoon and the late set before Genesis headlined.

A 45-minute audience exists with One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10) (early set), The Game and I Hate The White Man (late set).

1978-08-07, BBC Maida Vale Studios, London, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

A live session with The Same Old Rock, Forget Me Not, I Hate The White Man (first broadcast 1978-08-21). All tracks released on The BBC Tapes, Volume V.

1979

1979-09-15, The Meadows, Edinburgh, UK (with Andy Roberts)

NOTE: The Torness anti-nuclear protest.

A 45-minute audience recording exists with Short And Sweet, Ten Years Ago and The Game.

1980

1980-??-??, ?

Water Sports and The Unknown Soldier released on Short And Sweet 7" single.

1980-??-??, Capital Radio, London, UK

A 20-minute radio broadcast with When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, The Unknown Soldier and Twelve Hours Of Sunset.

1980-05-??, Jazzhus Montmartre, Copenhagen, Denmark

1980-05-08, Town Hall, Birmingham, UK

1980-05-09, Manchester, UK

A 90-minute recording exists.

1980-05-26, Club 7, Oslo, Norway

A tape exists.

1980-11-15, Sheffield University, Sheffield, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Patrik Fitzgerald)

1980-11-16, Coatham Bowl, Redcar, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Patrik Fitzgerald)

1980-11-20, Manchester Poly, Manchester, UK

(with Preston Heyman, Mike Shepherd and Andy White; shared bill with Patrik Fitzgerald)

A 90-minute recording exists with Short And Sweet, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Jack Of Hearts, The Game, The Flycatcher, I Hate The White Man, Referendum, True Story, Playing Games and Home.

1980-11-21, The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Patrik Fitzgerald)

An 80-minute recording exists with One Of Those Days In England, The Unknown Soldier, Commune, The Flycatcher, First Thing In The Morning, Hallucinating Light, True Story, You, Ten Years Ago, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, One Man Rock And Roll Band and Home.

1980-11-22, Birmingham University, Birmingham, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Patrik Fitzgerald)

1980-11-23, Playhouse, Nottingham, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Patrik Fitzgerald)

1980-11-26, Brady's, Liverpool, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Patrik Fitzgerald)

1980-11-27, Gaiety, Blackpool, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Patrik Fitzgerald)

1980-11-28, Unity Hall, Wakefield, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Patrik Fitzgerald)

1980-11-29, Dominion Theatre, London, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Patrik Fitzgerald)

1980-11-30, Tiffany's, Bath, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Patrik Fitzgerald)

1981

1981-02-23, Salford University, UK

"He had cut his hair short and was wearing a hat with flashing leds on it."
(Anonymous)

1981-04-??, Polytechnic, Sheffield, UK

"The stage was invaded by radical feminists on 2 occasions; first when he said he wouldn't shag Margaret Thatcher, and the second when he sang the 'her nipples hung hard in suggestion' line in 'Commune'."
(Anonymous)

1981-05-02, L.S.E., London, UK

A 90-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Commune, Hallucinating Light, South Africa, I Hate The White Man, The Unknown Soldier, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, The Same Old Rock, Davey, Work Of Heart, North Country, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Highway Blues and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

1981-06-19, Glastonbury Festival, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band)

A 65-minute soundboard recording exists with One Of Those Days In England, Referendum, I Am A Child (introduced as Every Night), I Hate The White Man, Casualty, Tom Tiddler's Ground, The Game and True Story.

"Reputedly Ginger Baker and his band attacked Roy and threw him offstage, only to be met by a barrage of rocks from the incensed crowd..."
(Anonymous)

1981-07-??, Lisdoonvarna Festival, County Clare, Ireland

(with The Roy Harper Band)

Highlights of the gig were broadcast few weeks later on Irish television.

1982

1982-03-28, Priory, Leicester, UK

A 90-minute soundboard recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, The Unknown Soldier, The Same Old Rock, Hors d'Oeuvres, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Commune, Goodbye Ladybird, I Hate The White Man, Another Day, One Man Rock And Roll Band and Me And My Woman. There is also a recording with Highway Blues (played after Hors d'Oeuvres).

1982-06-??, Macroom Festival, West Cork, Ireland

1982-06-19, Glastonbury Festival, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band)

A 50-minute TV broadcast with Drawn To The Flames, Poor Man, Elizabeth, Woman, Work Of Heart and Casualty. Casualty released on No One Ever Gets Out Alive 7" single.

1982-10-20, Red Lion Folk Club, Birmingham, UK

A recording exists.

1982-11-29, Town Hall, Birmingham, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band and backing singers Mo Birch, Jaki Graham and Ruby Turner)

1982-11-30, Colston Hall, Bristol, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band)

1982-12-03, The Regal, Hitchin, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band)

1982-12-04, Polytechnic, Huddersfield, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band)

1982-12-05, The Leadmill, Sheffield, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band)

1982-12-06, Free Trade Hall, Manchester, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band)

1982-12-07, The Venue, London, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band)

A 90-minute recording exists.

1982-12-08, St. Georges Hall, Exeter, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band)

1982-12-09, Free Trade Hall, Manchester, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band)

A 90-minute audience recording exists with Woman, Elizabeth, Poor Man, Drawn To The Flames, Short And Sweet, True Story, Work Of Heart and Casualty.

1983

1983-01-??, Communal Building, Bradford, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band)

1983-01-20, Dingwalls, London, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band)

1983-01-22, University, Bradford, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band)

1983-01-26, Dingwalls, Newcastle, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band)

1983-01-27, Dingwalls, Hull, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band)

A 90-minute recording exists.

1983-01-28, Dingwalls, Sheffield, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band)

1983-01-29, Dingwalls, Liverpool, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band)

1983-02-03, Dingwalls, Bristol, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Tall Story)

1983-02-04, L.S.E., London, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Tall Story)

A 90-minute recording exists with Woman, Elizabeth, Poor Man, Politician, I Still Care, Short And Sweet, True Story, Work Of Heart and Casualty.

1983-02-05, Leicester University, Leicester, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Tall Story)

1983-02-06, Lancaster University, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Tall Story)

1983-02-08, York University, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Tall Story)

1983-02-09, Manchester Poly, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Tall Story)

1983-02-10, Keele University, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Tall Story)

1983-02-11, The Venue, London, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Tall Story)

1983-02-12, Leas Cliff Hall, Folkstone, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Tall Story)

1983-02-14, Tower Ballroom, Birmingham, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Tall Story)

1983-02-16, Sussex University, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Tall Story)

1983-02-18, Victoria Hall, Hanley, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Tall Story)

1983-02-19, Norwich University, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with Tall Story)

1983-04-29, Hopper's, Halifax, UK

A 90-minute soundboard recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, The Unknown Soldier, The Same Old Rock, South Africa, Commune, I Hate The White Man, Another Day, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Me And My Woman, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and North Country.

1983-05-14, The Mumford Theatre, Cambridge College Of Arts & Technology, Cambridge, UK

A 120-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, The Unknown Soldier, The Same Old Rock, Hors d'Oeuvres, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Commune, I Hate The White Man, Another Day, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Me And My Woman, Highway Blues, Work Of Heart (excerpt) and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

1983-06-21, Stonehenge Free Festival, UK

(with The Roy Harper Band; shared bill with The Enid and Hawkwind)

A 110-minute audience recording exists with One Man Rock And Roll Band, Tom Tiddler's Ground, I Hate The White Man, Elizabeth, McGoohan's Blues, The Flycatcher, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Work Of Heart and Short And Sweet.

1983-07-03, Beck Theatre, Hayes, Middlesex, UK

A 55-minute radio broadcast with Tom Tiddler's Ground, The Unknown Soldier, The Same Old Rock, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, I Hate The White Man and McGoohan's Blues.

1983-07-29..31, Elephant Fayre, St Germans, Cornwall, UK

NOTE: The festival ran from 29th to 31st. Roy likely played on the same day as Robin Williamson as he makes a reference during the set.

A 45-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, The Unknown Soldier, I Hate The White Man, One Man Rock And Roll Band and Me And My Woman.

1983-08-06, Embankment, Peterborough, UK

A 90-minute soundboard recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, I Hate The White Man, Me And My Woman, South Africa, McGoohan's Blues and One Man Rock And Roll Band.

1983-09-11, Otmoor Fayre, Oxfordshire, UK

A recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, The Unknown Soldier, The Same Old Rock, Me And My Woman, McGoohan's Blues, One Man Rock And Roll Band and Highway Blues.

1983-10-09, The Leadmill, Sheffield, UK

A 160-minute soundboard recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, The Unknown Soldier, The Same Old Rock, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Jack Of Hearts, Me And My Woman, Commune, Another Day, Elizabeth, South Africa, Hangman, Highway Blues, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, One Man Rock And Roll Band, McGoohan's Blues and North Country.

1983-11-01, St. Patrick's Club, Leicester, UK

An audience recording exists.

1983-11-14, The Cabin, Stafford, UK

An 85-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, The Unknown Soldier, Hallucinating Light, Frozen Moment, Highway Blues, South Africa, Commune, Elizabeth and I Hate The White Man.

1983-11-18, Arts Center, Bracknell, UK

A 120-minute recording exists.

1983-11-25, Coach House, Kent, Farnham, UK

A 90-minute audience recording exists with Hallucinating Light, Me And My Woman, Commune, I Hate The White Man, Another Day and South Africa.

1984

1984-??-??, Arts Centre, St. Donats, UK

A tape exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, The Unknown Soldier, Hallucinating Light, Another Day, I Hate The White Man, South Africa, Me And My Woman, Commune, poem, Twentieth Century Man, Elizabeth, Highway Blues, North Country, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Hangman, Away On A Cruise and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

1984-??-??, Boilerhouse Studios, Lytham, UK

(with Jimmy Page, Steve Broughton, Tony Franklin and Nik Green)

A 90-minute rehearsal recording exists with Short And Sweet, Referendum, Advertisement, Elizabeth, Highway Blues, The Flycatcher, Hangman, True Story, The Game, Frozen Moment and Advertisement.

1984-??-??, Red Lion Folk Club, Birmingham, UK

Two 90-minute soundboard recordings exists from different nights. The first one has Tom Tiddler's Ground, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Me And My Woman, I Hate The White Man, Highway Blues, Elizabeth, Hangman, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and North Country. The second one has South Africa, Hallucinating Light, Don't You Grieve, Highway Blues, Commune, Frozen Moment, Twentieth Century Man, I Hate The White Man, Another Day, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10) and Hangman.

1984-01-20, Swansea University, Swansea, UK

(supported by Just A Ha Ha)

NOTE: The year could be also 1983 or 1985.

1984-02-17, Sherwood Rooms, Nottingham, UK

A 135-minute soundboard recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, The Unknown Soldier, Hallucinating Light, Poor Man, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Another Day, Me And My Woman, Commune, I Hate The White Man, Frozen Moment, Elizabeth, Away On A Cruise, Highway Blues, Twentieth Century Man, Hangman, Nineteen Forty-Eightish and North Country.

1984-03-16, St Helens Technical College, St Helens, UK

A 140-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, The Unknown Soldier, Hallucinating Light, Another Day, One Man Rock And Roll Band, South Africa, Me And My Woman, Commune, I Hate The White Man, Frozen Moment, Twentieth Century Man, Elizabeth, North Country, Away On A Cruise, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, Hangman and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

1984-04-28, Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK

(with David Gilmour)

1984-04-29, Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK

(with David Gilmour)

1984-04-30, Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK

(with David Gilmour)

NOTE: Roy made a guest appearance on David Gilmour solo shows to sing "Short And Sweet". One of the concerts was released on Pink Floyd's David Gilmour video and At Hammersmith Odeon DVD.

1984-05-20, Kenley Fayre, Norwich, UK

(with Nik Green and Jimmy Page)

A 90-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Commune, Hallucinating Light, Me And My Woman, South Africa, I Hate The White Man, Highway Blues, Twentieth Century Man, Elizabeth and The Same Old Rock.

1984-05-21, St. Ives Hotel, St. Annes, UK

(with Jimmy Page)

A 65-minute audience recording exists with Highway Blues, Commune, Twentieth Century Man, Elizabeth, Hangman, North Country and Highway Blues.

1984-05-31, Bierkeller, Leeds, UK

A 45-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, The Unknown Soldier, Hallucinating Light, One Man Rock And Roll Band, South Africa and Elizabeth.

1984-06-06, The Rockhouse, Derby, UK

1984-06-21, Stonehenge Free Festival, UK

(with Jimmy Page (?); shared bill with The Enid and Hawkwind)

One Man Rock And Roll Band, Commune, I Hate The White Man and Highway Blues released on Stonehenge 1984 video. One Man Rock And Roll Band also released on Stonehenge 1984 - A Midsummer Night Rock Show DVD.

A 45-minute audience recording exists with Commune, I Hate The White Man, Highway Blues, Me And My Woman and Hangman.

There are also claims that the actual recording from the festival is One Man Rock And Roll Band, Hallucinating Light, North Country, McGoohan's Blues, Commune, Me And My Woman and Hangman (with a very wasted Huw Lloyd Langton).

1984-06-30, Ripon Rock Festival, Ripon Racecourse, Ripon, UK

A 75-minute recording exists with One Man Rock And Roll Band, South Africa, McGoohan's Blues, I Hate The White Man, North Country, Highway Blues and Hangman.

1984-07-28, Cambridge Folk Festival, UK

(with Jimmy Page, Steve Broughton, Tony Franklin and Nik Green)

A 115-minute audience recording exists with Short And Sweet, Referendum, Elizabeth, Advertisement, Highway Blues, The Flycatcher, True Story, The Game, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), Hangman and The Same Old Rock. Also a 15-minute radio interview exits with Roy and Jimmy Page. Also video material exist.

1984-07-29, Battersea Park, London, UK

(with Jimmy Page, Steve Broughton, Tony Franklin and "Nik Green)

A 40-minute audience recording exists with Short And Sweet, Referendum, Highway Blues, True Story and The Game.

1984-10-06, Montgomery Hall, Wath-upon-Dearne, South Yorkshire, UK

A 140-minute recording exists with Elizabeth, South Africa, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, One Man Rock And Roll Band, North Country, I Hate The White Man, Highway Blues, Commune, Don't You Grieve, Frozen Moment, Twentieth Century Man, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), Another Day, The Same Old Rock and Hangman.

1984-10-12, The Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal, Cumbria, UK

A 70-minute recording exists with Highway Blues, Commune, Don't You Grieve, I Hate The White Man, Frozen Moment, Twentieth Century Man, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), Another Day and Hangman.

1984-10-16, Barnfield Theater, Exeter, UK

An 80-minute soundboard recording exists with Elizabeth, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, North Country, Don't You Grieve, Highway Blues, Frozen Moment, Twentieth Century Man and One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10).

1984-10-18, Poynton Folk Centre, UK

I Hate The White Man released on Elizabeth 12" single.

1984-11-16, The Old Grey Whistle Test, BBC TV, UK

(with Jimmy Page)

A 15-minute TV interview with Hangman and The Same Old Rock. Filmed at Scawfell Pike, Cumbria, UK.

1984-11-22, Dortmunder Bierkeller, Leeds, UK

A 90-minute audience recording exists with Elizabeth, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Another Day, I Hate The White Man, Frozen Moment, Twentieth Century Man, Highway Blues, North Country, Commune and One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10).

1984-11-24, Rock Garden, Covent Garden, London, UK

(with Jimmy Page)

A 130-minute audience recording exists with Elizabeth, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Another Day, Commune, Hallucinating Light, Highway Blues, North Country, Don't You Grieve, Frozen Moment, Twentieth Century Man, I Hate The White Man, The Same Old Rock, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), The Same Old Rock and Hangman.

1984-11-29, Bluecoat Chambers, Liverpool, UK

A 70-minute audience recording exists with Elizabeth, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Another Day, I Hate The White Man, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Don't You Grieve, Highway Blues, Frozen Moment and Twentieth Century Man.

1984-12-06, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

1984-12-16, The Leadmill, Sheffield, UK

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Elizabeth, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Another Day, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Highway Blues, Frozen Moment, Twentieth Century Man, Commune, Don't You Grieve, North Country, I Hate The White Man, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), Hangman, Tom Tiddler's Ground.

1985

1985-??-??, Tønsberg, Norway

1985-01-13, Civic Hall, Longridge, UK

1985-01-19, Red Lion Folk Club, Birmingham, UK

1985-01-28, Red Lion Folk Club, Birmingham, UK

1985-02-??, Montreal, Canada

1985-02-16, Rooster's Pub, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada

An audience recording exists with Another Day, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Highway Blues, Commune, Frozen Moment and Twentieth Century Man.

1985-02-18, The Bombshelter, ?, Canada

NOTE: A ticket stub has the date and venue printed, but no other information about the location.

1985-02-21, Brave New Waves, Canadian Broadcasting Company, Canada

A 70-minute radio interview.

"[Roy] had just played in Montreal and would be appearing in Toronto on Saturday the 23rd. [...] He was on the show with hostess Augusta LePay, and Super-8 filmmakers Luis Chilson (Brazil), Lorraine Porter and Jo Commineau (Britain) who were in Montreal for a film festival. [...] The participants drank wine throughout, and I think Roy got a little buzzed."
(Bill Duhigg)

1985-02-23, Toronto, Canada

1985-03-16, Communal Building, University of Bradford, UK

A 90-minute recording exists with One Man Rock And Roll Band, Another Day, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Highway Blues, Frozen Moment, Twentieth Century Man, I Hate The White Man, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, North Country and One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10).

1985-03-17, University of Bradford, UK

A 135-minute recording exists.

1985-04-13, Art Center, Windsor, UK

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Frozen Moment, Twentieth Century Man, I Hate The White Man, North Country, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), Elizabeth, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Another Day, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Highway Blues and Commune.

1985-04-19, Fairfield Hall, Croydon, UK

(with Nik Green)

1985-04-21, Eden Court Theatre, Inverness, UK

A 90-minute soundboard recording exists with Elizabeth, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Commune, Frozen Moment, Twentieth Century Man, Luther Standing Bear (spoken word), I Hate The White Man, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, North Country, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10). Millwall and Hangman were played as encores, but were not recorded. Some tapes have been in circulation where the recording from the following night 1985-04-23 was used for these two songs.

1985-04-23, The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

A 95-minute soundboard recording exists with Elizabeth, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Commune, Frozen Moment, Twentieth Century Man, Millwall, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), Luther Standing Bear (spoken word), I Hate The White Man and Hangman.

1985-05-03, Cricketer's Kennington, London, UK

1985-05-24, Malvern Fringe Festival, Malvern, UK

1985-06-06, Burgess Park, Camberwell, London, UK

A recording exists with How Does It Feel, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Another Day, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Elizabeth, Commune, Don't You Grieve, Twentieth Century Man, I Hate The White Man, North Country, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10) and Hangman.

1985-06-10, Spring St. Theatre, Hull, UK

1985-06-12, The Debating Hall, Birmingham University, Birmingham, UK

1985-06-27, Nottingham Palais, UK

A 90-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, Elizabeth, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Commune, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Another Day, Don't You Grieve, Twentieth Century Man and I Hate The White Man.

1985-07-??, The Brambles Farm 'Torpedo Town' Festival, Waterlooville, Hampshire, UK

(shared bill with Ozric Tentacles)

1985-07-06, Theatre Royal, St Helens, UK

1985-07-08, 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

An audience recording exists.

1985-08-13, Cafe Graffitti, Edinburgh, UK

A 80-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, South Africa, Elizabeth, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Commune, How Does It Feel, Another Day, I Hate The White Man, Don't You Grieve, Twentieth Century Man, Millwall and Hangman.

1985-08-14, Cafe Graffitti, Edinburgh, UK

A 95-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, Elizabeth, One Man Rock And Roll Band, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, The Lord's Prayer, I Hate The White Man, Millwall and Hangman.

1985-08-23, Southport Follies, UK

1985-08-26, Local Aid, Cheltenham, UK

(shared bill with Amazulu, Diamond Dust with Bernie Holland, Jet Harris & The Strangers with Chris Capaldi, Ramogi Group, Ben Badoo & The Alaho Band, The Crack, Frame By Frame and Sarah Winter)

1985-09-12, Scarborough College, Toronto, Canada

A 95-minute recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Elizabeth, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Commune, How Does It Feel, I Hate The White Man, Me And My Woman and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

1985-09-18, The Spoke, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada

A 90-minute radio broadcast with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Commune, Don't You Grieve, Twentieth Century Man, I Hate The White Man, North Country, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10) and Hangman.

1985-09-20, Club Zinc, Hull, Quebec, Canada

(shared bill with Chris Spedding)

1985-10-10, Irish Centre, Liverpool, UK

1985-10-19, Sunderland Poly, Sunderland, UK

A 90-minute recording exists with How Does It Feel, Elizabeth, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Another Day, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, The Lord's Prayer, I Hate The White Man and Me And My Woman.

1985-12-??, Oddfellows Hall, Pompey, UK

1985-12-04, Sir George Robey, Finsbury, London, UK

A recording exists (?) with How Does It Feel, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Commune, Don't You Grieve, Another Day, McGoohan's Blues, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and Hangman.

1985-12-05, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

A 75-minute recording exists.

1985-12-12, Cricketer's Kennington, London, UK

1986

1986-??-??, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

A 45-minute recording exists.

1986-??-??, Radio 3RRR, Australia

A 45-minute interview.

1986-01-16, Bangor University, Bangor, UK

A 90-minute soundboard recording exists with How Does It Feel, Hallucinating Light, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Another Day, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, I Hate The White Man, Don't You Grieve and One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10).

1986-01-31, Krackers, Liverpool, UK

A 90-minute recording exists with How Does It Feel, Hallucinating Light, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Commune, I Hate The White Man, Don't You Grieve, The Unknown Soldier, Another Day and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

1986-02-08, Victoria Rooms, Bristol, UK

A 150-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, The Unknown Soldier, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Commune, I Hate The White Man, Another Day, How Does It Feel, Don't You Grieve, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), Millwall and Me And My Woman.

1986-03-26, His Majesty's Theatre, Auckland, New Zealand

1986-04-??, Australian TV, Australia

A 10-minute recording exists with One Man Rock And Roll Band.

1986-04-01, The Tivoli, Australia

A 40-minute audience recording (an incomplete speeded-up recording mainly consisting of banter and heckling) exists with How Does It Feel, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), North Country and Commune.

1986-04-12, Central Club, Melbourne, Australia

1986-04-13, Central Club, Melbourne, Australia

1986-04-15, Sydney, Australia

1986-04-16, Sydney, Australia

1986-04-18, Brisbane, Australia

1986-04-19, Coolangatta, Australia

1986-04-20, Byron Bay, Australia

1986-05-21, Lone Star Cafe, New York, USA

A 90-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, The Unknown Soldier, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, One Man Rock And Roll Band, South Africa, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Me And My Woman, I Hate The White Man and One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10).

1986-07-01, Birmingham University, Birmingham, UK

(shared bill with Kite)

1986-07-07, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

An audience recording exists.

1986-07-18, Virgin Megastore, Oxford Street, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1986-10-29, Palace Theatre, Newark, UK

(with Nick Harper)

An audience recording exists. Roy kept lapsing into quotations from the film Dark Star.

1986-11-26, Irish Centre, Leeds, UK

(shared bill with Plato's Jacuzzi)

An 80-minute soundboard recording exists with When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, The Unknown Soldier, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Hallucinating Light, South Africa, Burn The World, Commune, Maile Lei, Don't You Grieve and Government Surplus.

1986-12-06, Civic Hall, Longridge, UK

(shared bill with Mark Griffiths)

An audience recording exists. Roy's set was plagued by sound system cutting off, apparantly due to the volume of the other support act (a band whose name is forgotten), triggering the cut-off.

1986-12-15, The Park Hotel, Tynemouth, UK

(shared bill with Isaac Guillory)

A 125-minute recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Another Day, Commune, Highway Blues, Government Surplus, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, I Hate The White Man, Maile Lei, Burn The World and The Same Old Rock. Isaac Guillory played on The Same Old Rock.

1987

1987-03-06, Radio Hallam, Sheffield, UK

A 45-minute interview.

1987-03-07, Octagon Centre, Sheffield, UK

A 135-minute recording exists.

1987-03-08, Theatre In The Round, Scarborough, UK

A 135-minute recording exists.

1987-06-??, Skinners Bottom Festival, UK

1987-06-11, Birmingham University, Birmingham, USA

A 90-minute soundboard recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, The Unknown Soldier, South Africa, Burn The World, Legend, Commune, Don't You Grieve, McGoohan's Blues, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Highway Blues, Government Surplus and I Hate The White Man.

1987-07-21, The Gateway Theatre, Chester, UK

A 90-minute audience recording exists with South Africa, Another Day, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Pinches Of Salt, Maile Lei, Don't You Grieve, You Don't Need Money, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, North Country, Highway Blues, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and Garden Of Uranium.

1987-10-24, George Square Theatre, Edinburgh, UK

A 150-minute audience recording exists with The Unknown Soldier, How Does It Feel, Another Day, Highway Blues, Frozen Moment, Jack Of Hearts, Hallucinating Light, Maile Lei, You Don't Need Money, Twentieth Century Man, Garden Of Uranium, North Country, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), Make It Happen and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

1987-12-11, Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, South Africa, Legend, Another Day, The Spirit Lives, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, I Hate The White Man, Garden Of Uranium, Me And My Woman, Hangman and The Same Old Rock.

1987-12-12, Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK

A 180-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, Another Day, Jack Of Hearts, The Unknown Soldier, Frozen Moment, Cherishing The Lonesome, Hallucinating Light, North Country, Twentieth Century Man, Commune, You Don't Need Money, Garden Of Uranium, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), Twelve Hours Of Sunset and Hangman.

1987-12-29, 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

A 155-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, The Unknown Soldier, Another Day, Naked Flame, Jack Of Hearts, Highway Blues, The Spirit Lives, Twentieth Century Man, Garden Of Uranium, North Country, Don't You Grieve, Cherishing The Lonesome, McGoohan's Blues, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Commune and One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10).

1988

1988-02-26, Playhouse, Newcastle, UK

A 135-minute recording exists.

1988-02-28, Mechanics, Burnley, UK

A 135-minute recording exists.

1988-03-05, Night Network TV, UK

A 15-minute live session with When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and Garden Of Uranium.

1988-04-06, Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK

A 120-minute recording exists.

1988-04-07, Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK

A 135-minute recording exists.

1988-04-08, Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK

A 135-minute recording exists.

1988-04-09, Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK

1988-04-18, Southport Arts Centre, UK

A 120-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, Government Surplus, Naked Flame, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Pinches Of Salt, Hangman, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Maile Lei, Garden Of Uranium, Descendants Of Smith, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Desert Island and Just A Feeling.

1988-04-30, Civic Theatre, Halifax, UK

A 90-minute recording exists.

1988-05-??, The Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, UK

1988-05-01, Leicester, UK

A recording exists.

1988-05-10, Towngate Theatre, Basildon, UK

1988-05-14, Octagon, Sheffield University, Sheffield, UK

(shared bill with James Varda)

A 120-minute recording exists.

1988-05-15, Queens Hall, Barnstable, UK

An audience recording exists.

1988-07-13, Tavastia, Helsinki, Finland

1988-08-05, The Harrogate Theatre, UK

1988-08-12, The Dolman Theatre, Newport, Gwent., UK

1988-10-02, Regencey Club, Rugby, UK

An audience recording exists.

1988-10-08, Town And Country Club, London, UK

(with Tony Franklin and Nick Harper)

A 140-minute recording exists.

1988-10-14, Marloe Theatre, Cantenbury, UK

1988-11-04, Woughton Centre, Milton Keynes, UK

A 135-minute recording exists.

1988-11-10, Henry Wood Hall, Glasgow, UK

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Commune, Frozen Moment, Back To The Stones, Playing Prison, Loony On The Bus, Another Day, Highway Blues, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Government Surplus, I Hate The White Man, Garden Of Uranium, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Pinches Of Salt, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), Descendants Of Smith and Jack Of Hearts.

1988-11-11, George Square Theatre, Edinburgh, UK

A 135-minute recording exists.

1988-11-12, Music Hall, Aberdeen, UK

A 135-minute recording exists.

1988-11-19, Town And Country Club, London, UK

A 15-minute recording exists.

1988-11-20, Theatre Royal, York, UK

A 140-minute audience recording exists with Commune, Frozen Moment, Back To The Stones, Playing Prison, Loony On The Bus, Another Day, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Government Surplus, I Hate The White Man, Garden Of Uranium, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Pinches Of Salt, Just A Feeling, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), Descendants Of Smith and Jack Of Hearts. After Government Surplus audience was made to leave for a while as Roy's and audience's smoking triggered the fire alarm.

1988-11-25, Bangor University, Bangor, UK

A 60-minute soundboard recording exists with Commune, Frozen Moment, Back To The Stones, Playing Prison, Loony On The Bus, Another Day, Hangman, Descendants Of Smith and Jack Of Hearts.

1988-11-26, Town Hall, Birmingham, UK

(shared bill with Dick Gaughan)

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Commune, Frozen Moment, Back To The Stones, Playing Prison, Loony On The Bus, Another Day, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Government Surplus, I Hate The White Man, Garden Of Uranium, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Pinches Of Salt, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), Descendants Of Smith and Jack Of Hearts.

1988-12-02, Refrectory, Swansea, UK

A 135-minute recording exists.

1988-12-03, Octagon, Sheffield, UK

A 135-minute recording exists.

1988-12-16, Prinzenbar, Hamburg, Germany

A 50-minute concert broadcast with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Garden Of Uranium, Loony On The Bus, Back To The Stones, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Jack Of Hearts, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, One Man Rock And Roll Band and North Country.

1989

1989-01-03, 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

A 30-minute recording exists.

1989-01-06, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

A 135-minute soundboard recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, The Unknown Soldier, Back To The Stones, Garden Of Uranium, Loony On The Bus, Pinches Of Salt, Jack Of Hearts, Don't You Grieve, Commune, Naked Flame, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, I Hate The White Man, Hangman, Another Day, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Descendants Of Smith and One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10).

1989-01-21, Red Lion Folk Club, Birmingham, UK

(with Tony Franklin)

A 150-minute audience recording exists.

1989-03-19, Communal Hall, Chelmsford, UK

A 135-minute recording exists.

1989-04-15, Leeds Civic Theathre, Leeds, UK

1989-04-21, Powerhous, Islington, London, UK

1989-04-26, Hardman House Hotel, Liverpool, UK

A 160-minute recording exists.

1989-06-??, Stainsby Folk Festival, Chesterfield, UK

"He played 'Hangman' three times. Once normal till half way the power went and he gathered everyone around him (I was already sitting near his feet so I was nearly in his lap at this point) and played it unplugged. He then played it again when the power was restored!"
(Anonymous)

1989-07-??, Cambridge Folk Festival, UK

A 5-minute recording exists.

1989-08-05, Belgrade, Coventry, UK

A 135-minute recording exists Tom Tiddler's Ground, Commune, Naked Flame, Overnight Success, Descendants Of Smith, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Hallucinating Light, Back To The Stones, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Pinches Of Salt, Don't You Grieve, I Hate The White Man, Frozen Moment, Edwina Currie, McGoohan's Blues, If and Hangman.

1989-10-07, The Woughton Centre, Milton Keynes, UK

1989-10-13, The Wulfrun Hall, Wolverhampton, UK

1989-10-14, Anglia Polytechnic, Cambridge, UK

1989-10-15, Trent Polytechnic, Nottingham, UK

1989-10-26, Leicester University, Leicester, UK

1989-10-28, Sheffield University, Sheffield, UK

A recording exists with Back To The Stones, Another Day, For Longer Than It Takes, Don't You Grieve, Acapulco Gold, The Game, Commune, South Africa, Descendants Of Smith, Frozen Moment, The Black Cloud Of Islam, Garden Of Uranium, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Short And Sweet, North Country and Hangman.

1989-10-29, King Georges Hall, Blackburn, Lancashire, UK

1989-11-03, Maesteg Town Hall, Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, UK

1989-11-04, The Prince Of Wales Theatre, Clwyd, North Wales, UK

1989-11-05, The Carnegie Theatre, Workington, Cumbria, UK

A recording exists with Back To The Stones, Another Day, For Longer Than It Takes, Don't You Grieve, Acapulco Gold, The Game, Commune, South Africa, Descendants Of Smith, Frozen Moment, The Black Cloud Of Islam, Garden Of Uranium, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Short And Sweet, North Country and Hangman.

1989-11-06, The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

Back To The Stones released on Unhinged and Born In Captivity II. A 110-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, If, Back To The Stones, Another Day, For Longer Than It Takes, Don't You Grieve, The Game, Commune, Descendants Of Smith, Frozen Moment, The Black Cloud Of Islam, And Yet, Garden Of Uranium, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, One Man Rock And Roll Band, North Country and Hangman.

1989-11-10, Civic Theatre, Leeds, UK

Frozen Moment released on Unhinged and Born In Captivity II. Yet released on Born In Captivity II.

1989-11-13, Verbeer Manor, Collumpton, Exeter, UK

1989-11-14, The Pier Theatre, Southsea, Hants, UK

1989-11-18, The Guildhall, Gloucester, UK

1989-11-19, The Gateway Theatre, Chester, UK

1989-11-20, Rock-A-Fella, Oslo, Norway

(shared bill with Edgar Broughton Band, The Strawbs and Groundhogs)

A 45-minute recording exists.

1989-11-21, Hard Rock Cafe, Kristiansand, Norway

A 45-minute recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, If, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Descendants Of Smith, The Black Cloud Of Islam and Hangman.

1989-11-22, Stravanger, Norway

1989-11-23, Bergen, Norway

1989-11-24, Gjovik, Norway

1989-11-25, Trondheim, Norway

1989-11-29, Town Hall, Manchester, UK

1989-12-02, Bradford University, Bradford, UK

1989-12-06, The Mean Fiddler, London, UK

A 150-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Back To The Stones, Another Day, For Longer Than It Takes, Don't You Grieve, The Game, Commune, Descendants Of Smith, Frozen Moment, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, One Man Rock And Roll Band, North Country and Hangman.

1989-12-09, Red Lion Folk Club, Birmingham, UK

A 135-minute audience recording exists.

1989-12-12, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, The Same Old Rock, Another Day, Back To The Stones, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Me And My Woman, South Africa, For Longer Than It Takes, Descendants Of Smith, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, Berliners, The Game and Hangman.

1990

1990-01-02, 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

A 135-minute recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Back To The Stones, Another Day, For Longer Than It Takes, Don't You Grieve, The Game, Commune, Descendants Of Smith, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), The Same Old Rock, Me And My Woman and Hangman.

1990-01-03, 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

A 45-minute audience recording exists with Commune, Government Surplus, Naked Flame, Back To The Stones and I Hate The White Man.

1990-03-02, The Municipal Hall, Colne, Lancashire, UK

1990-03-03, Theatr Gwynedd, Bangor, Gwynedd, UK

1990-03-24, The Parr Hall, Warrington, Cheshire, UK

1990-03-25, The Sun Hotel, Hitchin, UK

A 135-minute recording exists.

1990-04-18, The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury, UK

1990-04-20, The Mechanics Institute, Burnley, Lancashire, UK

1990-04-26, Portsmouth Polytechnic Students' Union, UK

1990-04-27, The Warehouse, Plymouth, UK

1990-04-28, Conwy Civic Hall, Gwynedd, UK

1990-05-05, Barrow Town Hall, Cumbria, UK

A recording exists with Hallucinating Light, South Africa, For Longer Than It Takes, Another Day, Burn The World, Berliners, Twentieth Century Man, I Hate The White Man, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Garden Of Uranium, Descendants Of Smith, Me And My Woman, Filthy Stain Hussein and Hangman.

1990-05-18, Swansea University Students' Union, Swansea, UK

1990-05-19, Essex University Students' Union, Colchester, UK

1990-05-20, Trent Poly Students' Union, Nottingham, UK

1990-05-25, The Victoria Rooms, Bristol, UK

1990-05-26, The Oxford Venue, Oxford, UK

1990-05-30, London Radio, London, UK

A 20-minute broadcast with interview and Garden Of Uranium.

1990-05-31, Bloomsbury Theate, London, UK

A 135-minute audience recording exists with For Longer Than It Takes, Nowhere To Run To, Sleeping At The Wheel, I Hate The White Man, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, Winds Of Change, Berliners, Once, Back To The Stones, Frozen Moment, Legend, South Africa, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, McGoohan's Blues and Highway Blues. Legend and South Africa released on Unhinged and Born In Captivity II.

1990-06-01, Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK

A 140-minute audience recording exists with For Longer Than It Takes, Nowhere To Run To, Sleeping At The Wheel, I Hate The White Man, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, Winds Of Change, Berliners, Once, Naked Flame, Commune, You Don't Need Money, Pinches Of Salt, Don't You Grieve, North Country, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10) and Another Day. Naked Flame and Commune released on Unhinged and Born In Captivity II.

1990-06-02, Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK

A 150-minute audience recording exists with For Longer Than It Takes, Nowhere To Run To, Sleeping At The Wheel, I Hate The White Man, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, Winds Of Change, Berliners, Once, Hallucinating Light, Garden Of Uranium, Twentieth Century Man, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Descendants Of Smith, Burn The World and Hangman. Burn The World released on Burn The World.

1990-06-04, Greater London Radio, London, UK

A 25-minute broadcast with interview and live performances of Nowhere To Run To, If and One Man Rock And Roll Band.

1990-06-23, Glastonbury Festival, UK

A 75-minute recording exists with Once, Garden Of Uranium, Naked Flame, I Hate The White Man, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Berliners, Me And My Woman and Hangman.

1990-08-08, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

1990-08-09, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

1990-08-11, The Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal, Cumbria, UK

1990-09-07, Queens Hall, Bradford, UK

1990-10-13, The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, UK

A 120-minute audience recording exists with For Longer Than It Takes, Sleeping At The Wheel, Nowhere To Run To, I Hate The White Man, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, Berliners, Once, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Frozen Moment, Short And Sweet, I Still Care, One Man Rock And Roll Band and One Of These Days In England (Parts 2-10).

"This is locally known as the "fire-brigade show" as the interval was delayed/extended due to the amount of spliffs being smoked in the gents, causing alarms and fire services arrival."
(Anonymous)

1990-10-14, The Carnegie Theatre, Workington, Cumbria, UK

1990-10-15, The Gateway Theatre, Chester, UK

1990-10-21, The Leeds Civic Theatre, Leeds, UK

1990-10-26, The Maesteg Town Hall, Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, UK

1990-10-27, The Municipal Hall, Colne, Lancashire, UK

1990-11-01, The Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, UK

1990-11-02, The Warwick Arts Centre, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK

1990-11-04, Leicester University, Leicester, UK

1990-11-10, The Waterfront, Norwich, UK

1990-11-11, The Birmingham Town Hall, Birmingham, UK

1990-11-14, Middleton Hall, Hull, UK

1990-11-15, Octagon Centre, Sheffield, UK

1990-11-16, The Corn Exchange, Cambridge, UK

1990-11-18, The Middlesbrough Town Hall, Middlesbrough, UK

1990-11-19, Manchester Free Trade Hall, Manchester, UK

1990-11-22, Dominion Theatre, London, UK

Released on Once Live.

1990-11-23, The Woughton Centre, Milton Keynes, UK

1990-11-25, Theatre Royal, York, UK

1990-11-29, Trent Polytechnic, Nottingham, UK

A 115-minute audience recording exists with For Longer Than It Takes, Nowhere To Run To, Sleeping At The Wheel, I Hate The White Man, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, Berliners, Once, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Frozen Moment, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, I Still Care, Short And Sweet and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

1990-11-30, Conwyn Civic Hall, North Wales, UK

1990-12-01, Southport Arts Centre, Southport, UK

1991

1991-02-01, The Penyrheol Theatre, Gorseinon, Swansea, UK

1991-02-02, The Red Lion Folk Club, Birmingham, UK

1991-03-16, BBC Radio Merseyside, UK

A 45-minute interview.

1991-04-09, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

A 120-minute recording exists with For Longer Than It Takes, Nowhere To Run To, Sleeping At The Wheel, The Black Cloud Of Islam, Frozen Moment, If, Berliners, Hallucinating Light, Twentieth Century Man, Hors d'Oeuvres, Garden Of Uranium, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, McGoohan's Blues and Highway Blues.

1991-04-10, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

A 110-minute audience recording exists with For Longer Than It Takes, Nowhere To Run To, Naked Flame, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, Berliners, North Country, I Hate The White Man, Descendants Of Smith, Hors d'Oeuvres, Me And My Woman, The Same Old Rock and One Man Rock And Roll Band.

1991-04-11, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

A 130-minute recording exists with For Longer Than It Takes, Nowhere To Run To, South Africa, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, Berliners, Jack Of Hearts, The Unknown Soldier, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, How Does It Feel, Hors d'Oeuvres, Commune, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), Short And Sweet and Maile Lei.

1991-05-24, The Park Hall Ballroom, Wormelow, Herefordshire, UK

1991-06-14, Woolwich Tramshed, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 150-minute audience recording exists with For Longer Than It Takes, Nowhere To Run To, South Africa, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, Berliners, Tom Tiddler's Ground, North Country, Evening Star, One Of Those Days In England, Descendants Of Smith, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, The Same Old Rock, Maile Lei and Short And Sweet.

1991-07-21, Sherdley Park, St Helens, Merseyside, UK

NOTE: The date could be also 1991-07-28.

A 65-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Berliners, The Black Cloud Of Islam, Don't You Grieve, Descendants Of Smith, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Short And Sweet and North Country.

1991-08-19, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

A 120-minute audience recording exists with For Longer Than It Takes, Hallucinating Light, The Spirit Lives, I Still Care, Garden Of Uranium, Berliners, How Does It Feel, Nowhere To Run To, Evening Star, I Hate The White Man, She's The One, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Short And Sweet and Hangman.

1991-08-20, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

A 110-minute audience recording exists with Hors D'Oeuvres, The Unknown Soldier, Jack Of Hearts, South Africa, Frozen Moment, Francesca, For Longer Than It Takes, First Thing In The Morning, Commune, Another Day, Highway Blues, Naked Flame, Twentieth Century Man, The Game, She's The One and North Country.

1991-08-21, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 110-minute audience recording exists with Once, Descendants Of Smith, If, The Black Cloud Of Islam, Feeling All The Saturday, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Don't You Grieve, Evening Star, You Don't Need Money, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Hors d'Oeuvres, Me And My Woman, The Same Old Rock and One Man Rock And Roll Band.

1991-09-07, Mariposa Folk Festival, Canada

1991-09-08, Mariposa Folk Festival, Canada

A 30-minute audience recording exists with If, Garden Of Uranium, Descendants Of Smith and One Man Rock And Roll Band.

1991-09-11, University Of Guelph, Guelph, Canada

A 45-minute audience recording exists with Highway Blues, Nowhere To Run To, South Africa, Frozen Moment, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, Evening Star and Short And Sweet.

1991-09-11, Corktown Tavern, Hamilton, Canada

A 120-minute audience recording exists with Once, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Frozen Moment, South Africa, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, Nowhere To Run To, Don't You Grieve, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Me And My Woman, Descendants Of Smith, Short And Sweet, Commune, North Country and You Don't Need Money.

1991-09-12, The New Live Penguin, Ottawa, Canada

A 115-minute audience recordings exists with Once, Commune, Frozen Moment, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Descendants Of Smith, Evening Star, Short And Sweet, North Country, You Don't Need Money and Highway Blues.

1991-09-13, The Commercial Tavern, Maryhill, Canada

1991-10-02, The Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal, UK

A recording exists with How Does It Feel, Commune, Garden Of Uranium, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, Berliners, Once, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, Sleeping At The Wheel, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Descendants Of Smith, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), Evening Star and Short And Sweet.

1991-10-03, Albert Hall, Bolton, UK

1991-10-11, Penyrheol Theatre, Swansea, UK

1991-10-12, Guildhall, Gloucester, UK

1991-10-13, St. Donat's Arts Centre, Llantwit Major, UK

1991-10-18, Woughton Centre, Milton Keynes, UK

1991-10-20, The Gateway Theatre, Chester, UK

1991-10-27, Clair Hall, Haywards Heath, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A recording exists.

1991-10-30, Town Hall, Glastonbury, UK

1991-10-31, Exeter University, UK

1991-11-01, Victoria Rooms, Bristol, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 160-minute recording exists with How Does It Feel, Commune, One Man Rock And Roll Band, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, Evening Star, Berliners, Once, Descendants Of Smith, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Hors d'Oeuvres, Me And My Woman, Kangaroo Blues, The Same Old Rock, Short And Sweet and Hallucinating Light.

1991-11-03, Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury, UK

A 145-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, Commune, One Man Rock And Roll Band, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, Evening Star, Berliners, Once, Descendants Of Smith, Nineteen Forty- Eightish, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Hors D'Oeuvres, Me And My Woman, The Same Old Rock, Short And Sweet and Hallucinating Light.

1991-11-08, The Tic Toc, Coventry, UK

1991-11-09, Queens Hall, Bradford, UK

1991-11-10, Mechanics Institute, Burnley, UK

1991-11-11, Theatr Clwyd, Mold, UK

1991-11-13, Parr Hall, Warrington, UK

1991-11-15, Sheffield University, Sheffield, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 165-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, Commune, One Man Rock And Roll Band, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, Evening Star, Berliners, Once, Descendants Of Smith, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Hors D'Oeuvres, Me And My Woman, The Same Old Rock, Short And Sweet, Highway Blues and Hallucinating Light.

1991-11-17, Forum Theatre, Wythenshaw, Manchester, UK

(with Graeme Fowler and Nick Harper)

Three Hundred Words, Hope and The Same Old Rock released on Unhinged and Born In Captivity II.

1991-11-22, Southport Arts Centre, UK

1991-11-23, Carnegie Theatre, Workington, UK

1991-11-24, Playhouse Theatre, Newcastle, UK

1991-11-29, Wulfrun Hall, Wolverhampton, UK

(with Nick Harper)

Descendants Of Smith, North Country, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and Highway Blues released on Unhinged and Born In Captivity II. Short And Sweet released on Born In Captivity II.

1991-11-30, The Red Lion Folk Club, Birmingham, UK

1991-12-01, Leicester University, UK

1991-12-02, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

1991-12-03, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

1991-12-04, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 140-minute audience recording exists with Once, Commune, How Does It Feel, Evening Star, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Descendants Of Smith, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Hors D'Oeuvres, Me And My Woman, The Same Old Rock, Short And Sweet and Highway Blues.

1991-12-05, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Another Day, Naked Flame, The Black Cloud Of Islam, If, The Game, Descendants Of Smith, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, Hallucinating Light, Hors d'Oeuvres, The Same Old Rock, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10) and Short And Sweet.

1991-12-12, Central Hall, Renshaw Street, Liverpool, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992

1992-??-??, Sky TV, UK

A 7-minute interview.

1992-03-05, New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-03-06, University Of Sussex, Brighton, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-03-08, Playhouse, Nottingham, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Waiting For Godot, Methane Zone, You Don't Need Money, I Hate The White Man, On Summer Day, The Fourth World, Jack Of Hearts, Cardboard City, Highway Blues, The War Came Home Tonight, Miles Remains, The Same Old Rock, The Tallest Tree, Guitar Man (Nick Harper) and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

1992-03-13, Penyrheol Theatre, Swansea, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-03-14, Municipal Hall, Ponypridd, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-03-18, University, Manchester, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-03-22, The Wherehouse, Derby, UK

(with Nick Harper)

The gig was promoted, recorded and broadcast by BBC Radio Derby.

1992-03-23, Oakengates Theatre, Telford, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-03-26, Spilsby Theatre, Spilsby, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-03-27, Spilsby Theatre, Spilsby, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-03-29, Forum 28, Barrow-In-Furness, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A recording exists.

1992-03-31, The Mean Fiddler, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 150-minute audience recording exists with South Africa, Tom Tiddler's Ground, The Unknown Soldier, Naked Flame, Miles Remains, Another Day, Evening Star, Highway Blues, Hors D'Oeuvres, Me And My Woman, If, The Same Old Rock, Drawn To The Flames, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, Short And Sweet, The Fourth World and Hallucinating Light.

1992-04-03, Feltham Rox, Hounslow, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-04-08, Harlequin Theatre, Redhill, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A recording exists.

1992-04-10, The Heritage Centre, Macclesfield, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 145-minute audience recording exists with South Africa, Tom Tiddler's Ground, The Unknown Soldier, Naked Flame, Miles Remains, Another Day, Evening Star, Highway Blues, Hors D'Oeuvres, Me And My Woman, If, The Same Old Rock, Drawn To The Flames, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, Short And Sweet, The Fourth World and Hallucinating Light.

1992-04-12, Spring Street Theatre, Hull, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-04-18, Edinburgh, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-04-19, Maltings Art Centre, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-04-21, Hotel Victoria, New Brighton, Wirral, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-09-20, Cork, Ireland

(with Nick Harper)

1992-09-23, Dun Laoghaire, Ireland

(with Nick Harper)

1992-09-24, Dublin, Ireland

(with Nick Harper)

1992-09-25, Galway, Ireland

(with Nick Harper)

1992-09-26, Belfast Arts Theatre, Ireland

(with Nick Harper)

1992-10-01, Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 180-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, Commune, Waiting For Godot, Next To Me, Man Kind, Methane Zone, Evening Star, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, On Summer Day, The Fourth World, Jack Of Hearts, Concentration Moon, The War Came Home Tonight, Duty, Legend, The Tallest Tree, Miles Remains, The Game, Male Chauvinist Pig Blues, Guitar Man (Nick Harper) and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

1992-10-02, Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 155-minute recording exists with South Africa, Waiting For Godot, Another Day, Next To Me, Man Kind, Methane Zone, I Hate The White Man, Evening Star, On Summer Day, The Fourth World, Why?, Jack Of Hearts, Cardboard City, The War Came Home Tonight, The Tallest Tree, Miles Remains, The Lord's Prayer and Highway Blues.

1992-10-03, Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-10-07, Oxford, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A recording exists.

1992-10-09, The Gardner Centre, Brighton, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-10-10, Woughton Centre, Milton Keynes, UK

1992-10-22, Parr Hall, Warrington, Cheshire, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-10-23, Southport Arts Centre, Southport, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-10-31, Penyrheol Theatre, Swansea, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-11-04, University Of East Anglia, Norwich, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-11-06, Bristol University, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-11-07, Jubilee Ballroom, Cowley, Oxford, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 140-minute recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Waiting For Godot, Methane Zone, Next To Me, Man Kind, You Don't Need Money, I Hate The White Man, On Summer Day, The Fourth World, Jack Of Hearts, Cardboard City, Highway Blues, The War Came Home Tonight, Duty, Miles Remains, The Same Old Rock, The Tallest Tree, Guitar Man (Nick Harper), When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and Another Day,

1992-11-12, Exeter University, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-11-13, Town Hall, Birmingham, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-11-14, The Meadow Club, Nottingham, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-11-19, The Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-11-20, City Varieties, The Headrow, Leeds, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-11-22, Theatr Clwyd, Mold, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-11-24, Splisby Theatre, Spilsby, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-11-27, Sheffield University, Sheffield, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-11-28, Manchester University, Manchester, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-11-29, The Lindsey Suite, University Of Hull, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-12-??, Jerusalem, Israel

(with Nick Harper)

1992-12-??, Mitspa Ramon, Israel

(with Nick Harper)

1992-12-??, Tel Aviv, Israel

(with Nick Harper)

1992-12-03, King Tut's Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 130-minute audience recording exists with I Hate The White Man, Another Day, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Waiting For Godot, Next To Me, Man Kind, Methane Zone, On Summer Day, Jack Of Hearts, Cardboard City, Highway Blues, The War Came Home Tonight, Miles Remains, The Same Old Rock, The Tallest Tree, Guitar Man (Nick Harper) and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

1992-12-04, The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-12-06, The Arena, Middlesbrough, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-12-10, Surbiton Assembly Rooms, Surbiton, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 130-minute recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Waiting For Godot, You Don't Need Money, Next To Me, Man Kind, Another Day, Methane Zone, On The Summer Day, The Fourth World, Jack Of Hearts, Cardboard City, Highway Blues, The War Came Home Tonight, Duty, Miles Remains, The Same Old Rock, The Tallest Tree, Guitar Man (Nick Harper) and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

1992-12-13, Leicester University, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1992-12-14, The Junction, Cambridge, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1993

1993-01-08, Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 150-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Waiting For Godot, Methane Zone, Next To Me, You Don't Need Money, On Summer Day, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), The Fourth World, Jack Of Hearts, Cardboard City, Highway Blues, Descendants Of Smith, Miles Remains and The Same Old Rock. There is also a recording with The Tallest Tree, Guitar Man (Nick Harper) and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease as the last three songs.

1993-01-09, Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 150-minute audience recording exists with Commune, Another Day, Waiting For Godot, Methane Zone, Evening Star, On Summer Day, Me And My Woman, Hors d'Oeuvres, The Fourth World, Jack Of Hearts, Cardboard City, Highway Blues, The Tallest Tree, Miles Remains and The Same Old Rock.

1993-03-01, The Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1993-03-05, Feltham Rox, Hounslow, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1993-03-06, Municipal Arts Centre, Pontypridd, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1993-03-11, The Marcus Garvey Centre, Nottingham, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1993-03-12, The Wulfrun Hall, Wolverhampton, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1993-03-13, Red Lion Folk Club, Birmingham, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1993-03-18, Northwick Theatre, Worcester, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1993-03-20, St George's, Bristol, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 125-minute recording exists with Waiting For Godot, I'll See You Again, Feeling All The Saturdays, On Summer Day, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Hors d'Oeuvres, The Fourth World, Miles Remains, Acapulco Gold, Descendants Of Smith, The Tallest Tree, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, The Game, Male Chauvinist Pig Blues and Hangman.

1993-03-21, The Pavillion Theatre, Worthing, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A recording exists.

1993-03-24, Wycombe Swan Town Hall, High Wycombe, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A recording exists.

1993-03-26, The Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 150-minute audience recording exists with Two Way Thing (Nick Harper), Peace Love And Happiness (Nick Harper), Radio Silence (Nick Harper), Waiting For Godot, I'll See You Again, Feeling All The Saturday, On Summer Day, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Another Day, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Hors d'Oeuvres, The Fourth World, Miles Remains, Acapulco Gold, Descendants Of Smith, The Tallest Tree, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, Male Chauvinist Pig Blues, Hangman and Hallucinating Light.

1993-03-27, Jabez Clegg, Manchester, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 130-minute audience recording exists with Two Way Thing (Nick Harper) Peace, Love And Happiness (Nick Harper), Radio Silence (Nick Harper), Waiting For Godot, I'll See You Again, Feeling All The Saturday, On Summer Day, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Hors D'Oeuvres, The Fourth World, Miles Remains, Acapulco Gold, Descendants Of Smith, The Tallest Tree, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, South Africa, Male Chauvinist Pig Blues, Hangman and North Country.

1993-03-28, Liverpool Playhouse, Liverpool, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1993-04-21, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 125-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, The Unknown Soldier, Waiting For Godot, Garden Of Uranium, Commune, On Summer Day, Don't You Grieve, The Tallest Tree, Hors D'Oeuvres, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, Cherishing The Lonesome, The Same Old Rock, The Fourth World, Short And Sweet and North Country.

1993-04-22, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 130-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Naked Flame, Feeling All The Saturday, Evening Star, Another Day, On Summer Day, One Man Rock And Roll Band, The Game, Descendants Of Smith, Hallucinating Light, Cherishing The Lonesome, Highway Blues and One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10).

1993-04-23, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 145-minute audience recording exists with South Africa, Waiting For Godot, I'll See You Again, Another Day, Feeling All The Saturday, On Summer Day, I Hate The White Man, The Spirit Lives, Grown-Ups Are Just Silly Children, Me And My Woman, Cherishing The Lonesome, If, The Same Old Rock, McGoohan's Blues, Hangman, Guitar Man (Nick Harper), When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and North Country.

1993-06-13, Heineken Music Festival, Brighton, UK

1993-07-22, The Bronx, Edmonton, Canada

(with Nick Harper & The Tea Party)

1993-07-23, The Republic, Calgary, Canada

(with Nick Harper & The Tea Party)

1993-07-26, Buckley's On Broad, Victoria, Canada

(with Nick Harper & The Tea Party)

1993-07-27, The Town Pump, Vancouver, Canada

(with Nick Harper & The Tea Party)

1993-07-28, Iggy's, Kelowna, Canada

(with Nick Harper & The Tea Party)

1993-07-31, Sammy's Bar, Saskatoon, Canada

(with Nick Harper & The Tea Party)

A 60-minute audience recording exists with Highway Blues, Descendants Of Smith, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, The Same Old Rock, The Tallest Tree, The Fourth World and Elizabeth.

1993-08-05, Spectrum Cabaret, Winnipeg, Canada

(with Nick Harper & The Tea Party)

1993-08-28, Stansfield Festival, Suffolk, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 75-minute recording exists with The Fourth World, Highway Blues, Hallucinating Light, Descendants Of Smith, The Same Old Rock, The Tallest Tree, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and North Country.

1994

1994-03-24, Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A video recording exists.

1994-04-10, Princess Charlotte, Leicester, UK

(with The Tea Party)

A show by The Tea Party with a guest appearance from Roy. A 90-minute audience recording exists with Roy singing The Fourth World.

1994-04-23, The Grand, Clapham, London, UK

A 90-minute audience recording exists with South Africa, I Want To Be In Love, Commune, The Fourth World, Jack Of Hearts, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, Another Day, The Same Old Rock, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, The Tallest Tree and East Of The Sun.

1994-05-01, The Garage, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Frozen Moment, The Unknown Soldier, Twentieth Century Man, You Don't Need Money, Commune, McGoohan's Blues, Highway Blues, Drawn To The Flames, Cherishing The Lonesome, Elizabeth, Watford Gap, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, East Of The Sun, Hangman and South Africa.

1994-05-08, The Garage, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 135-minute audience recording exists with I Still Care, I Hate The White Man, Another Day, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Pinches Of Salt, Government Surplus, Jack Of Hearts, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Hallucinating Light, The Game, The Same Old Rock, East Of The Sun and North Country.

1994-05-15, The Garage, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 115-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, Feeling All The Saturday, I Want To Be In Love, Acapulco Gold, Commune, Evening Star, The Flycatcher, Descendants Of Smith, Male Chauvinist Pig Blues, If, The Tallest Tree, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), Me And My Woman and East Of The Sun.

1994-05-22, The Garage, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Legend, I'll See You Again, Frozen Moment, North Country, Naked Flame, Don't You Grieve, Hors D'Oeuvres, The Lord's Prayer, Garden Of Uranium, Short And Sweet, Twentieth Century Man, The Spirit Lives and The Fourth World.

1994-05-29, The Garage, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A recording exists.

1994-07-23, Temple Park Leisure Centre, South Shields, UK

1994-07-30, The Shed, Brawby, Malton, UK

1994-08-04, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A recording exists.

1994-08-05, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A recording exists.

1994-08-11, Clapham Grand, London, UK

(with Ian Anderson & Nick Harper)

Roy made a guest appearance on Jethro Tull's The Friends Of The Earth benefit concert. A 25-minute audience video recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground (with Ian Anderson on flute), The Same Old Rock (with Nick Harper on lead guitar) and The Tallest Tree (cut, with Nick & Ian).

1994-08-12, Cropredy Festival, Oxfordshire, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 95-minute audience recording exists with Highway Blues, Jack Of Hearts, Male Chauvinist Pig Blues, Cherishing The Lonesome, Me And My Woman, You Don't Need Money, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, Hallucinating Light, The Same Old Rock, The Tallest Tree, North Country and I Hate The White Man. At least two different tapes exist. The first one is an analogue recording with clearer and louder sound where some tuning bits after Cherishing The Lonesome are cut, Nineteen Forty-Eightish is cut from the end (tape side change) and I Hate The White Man is missing. The second one is a DAT recording with a little duller unbalanced sound, but which is complete without cuts.

1994-08-13, Cropredy Festival, Oxfordshire, UK

(with Nick Harper and Fairport Convention)

A 15-minute audience video recording exists with Watford Gap (with Nick Harper and Fairport Convention) and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease (with Nick). When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease released on Cropredy - The Best & The Guests.

1994-08-29, 3rd Guildford Festival Of Folk & Blues, Stole Park, Guildford, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 60-minute recording exists with Highway Blues, Male Chauvinist Pig Blues, Me And My Woman, Watford Gap, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, Hallucinating Light, The Tallest Tree, The Same Old Rock and North Country.

1994-09-15, Roisin Dubh, Galway, UK

1994-09-16, Bound For Boston, Derry, UK

1994-09-24, Rotterdam Warehouse, Belfast, Ireland

1994-09-28, The Lobby, Cork, Ireland

1994-09-29, The Lobby, Cork, Ireland

1994-09-30, Whelans, Dublin, Ireland

1994-10-01, Whelans, Dublin, Ireland

1994-10-03, Theatre Clwyd, Mold, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1994-10-04, Hings Head, Allendale, UK

1994-10-06, The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen, UK

1994-10-08, Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh, UK

1994-10-09, King Tut's Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow, UK

1994-10-10, Irish Centre, Leeds, UK

1994-10-11, Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A recording exists.

1994-10-12, Penyrehol Theatre, Swansea, UK

1994-10-13, The Tythebarn Theatre, St. Donats Castle, UK

1994-10-15, The Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal, UK

1994-10-17, Hazelwood House, Loddiswell, UK

1994-10-18, The Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth, UK

1994-10-20, C.W.S.C., Oxford, UK

1994-10-22, Southport Arts Centre, Southport, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1994-10-23, Wheatsheaf, Stoke On Trent, UK

1994-10-28, U.M.I.S.T., Manchester, UK

1994-10-29, Queens Hall, Bradford, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 120-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Another Day, South Africa, If, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Jack Of Hearts, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Watford Gap, The Same Old Rock, Highway Blues and North Country. Also a recording of Nick's solo set exists.

1994-10-30, Hull Truck Theatre, Hull, UK

1994-11-03, Splisby Theatre, Spilsby, UK

1994-11-04, The Foundry, Sheffield, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1994-11-07, Town Hall, Birmingham, UK

1994-11-10, Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe, UK

1994-11-11, The Gardner Centre, Brighton, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Commune, South Africa, If, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Hallucinating Light, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), Janet And John (Nick Harper), When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Watford Gap, The Same Old Rock, Highway Blues and North Country.

1994-11-12, Essex University, Colchester, UK

1994-11-14, Where House, Derby, UK

1994-11-17, Woughton Centre, Milton Keynes, UK

1994-11-18, The Grand, London, UK

1994-11-19, Queen's Hall, Leicester, UK

1994-11-20, The Witchwood, Ashton, UK

1994-11-24, Oakengates Theatre, Telford, UK

1994-11-25, St. Davids University College, Lampeter, UK

1994-11-27, Theatre Royal, St Helens, UK

1994-11-29, Telfords Warehouse, Chester, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1994-11-30, Telfords Warehouse, Chester, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1994-12-02, Winter Gardens, Spanish Hall, Blackpool, UK

1994-12-26, Jump The Q, BBC Radio Scotland, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 15-minute radio interview with live performances of Commune and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease. NOTE: This is the broadcast date, likely recorded earlier during the year.

1995

1995-07-01, Opera House, Shepherdstown, West Virginia, USA

A soundboard recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Garden Of Uranium, Highway Blues, I Hate The White Man, Commune, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band and North Country.

1995-07-14, Civic Hall, Longridge, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1995-07-16, The Stage, Hanley, UK

1995-07-19, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 120-minute recording exists with Headless (Nick Harper), Janet And John (NH), Radio Silence (NH), Cosmik Debris (NH), The Kilty Stone (NH), The Galaxy Song (NH), Riverside (NH), Legend, Commune, Songs Of Love, I Hate The White Man, The Game, Hallucinating Light, The Spirit Lives, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and Nineteen Forty-Eightish.

1995-07-20, Oval Cricket Ground, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A recording exists.

1995-07-20, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 145-minute recording exists with Two Way Thing (Nick Harper), The Galaxy Song (NH), Crazy Boy (NH), Cosmik Debris (NH), Flying Dog (NH), Headless (NH), Riverside (NH), South Africa, Commune, I Hate The White Man, Songs Of Love, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Highway Blues, Hallucinating Light, The Spirit Lives, Grown Ups Are Just Silly Children, Garden Of Uranium, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, The Game and North Country.

1995-07-21, Stainsby Folk Festival, Brunt's Farm, Staisnby, Chesterfield, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 150-minute recording exists with South Africa, Commune, I Hate The White Man, Songs Of Love, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Riverside (Nick Harper), Highway Blues, Hallucinating Light, The Spirit Lives, Grown Ups Are Just Silly Children, Garden Of Uranium, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, The Game, Nineteen Forty-Eightish and North Country.

1995-07-23, Arts Centre, Salisbury, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1995-08-04, UK TV, "Live At 5", UK

(with Nick Harper)

A television broadcast with interview and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

1995-09-02, Edinburgh, UK

1995-12-01, The Forum, London, UK

(with Nick Harper; shared bill with Ozric Tentacles & Porcupine Tree)

1995-12-03, Half Moon, Putney, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 140-minute recording exists with Building Our Own Temple (Nick Harper), Headless (NH), Janet And John (NH), The Kilty Stone (NH), Three Magpies (NH), Cosmik Debris (NH), Peace, Love And Happiness (NH), South Africa, If, Commune, Songs Of Love, Highway Blues, Me And My Woman, Hallucinating Light, Elizabeth, Nineteen Forty-Eightish, Hangman and Another Day.

1996

1996-01-15, Whelans, Dublin, Ireland

1996-01-16, Roisin Dubh, Galway, Ireland

1996-01-17, The Lobby, Cork, Ireland

1996-08-29, UTV, Ireland

A news feature with interview & live Commune.

1996-08-30, Belfast Folk Festival Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast, Ireland

1996-09-02, Roisin Dubh, Galway, Ireland

1996-09-03, Whelans, Dublin, Ireland

1996-09-05, Connolys, Leap, Cork, Ireland

1996-11-11, Bob Harris Show, Greater London Radio, London, UK

A 45-minute interview with live performance of The Dream Society and No Half Measures.

1996-11-12, 12 Bar Club, London, UK

A 135-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, Commune, Songs Of Love, Broken Wing, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Pinches Of Salt, The Dream Society, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10) and Another Day.

1996-11-13, 12 Bar Club, London, UK

1996-11-14, 12 Bar Club, London, UK

1996-11-16, The Lomax, Liverpool, UK

1996-11-17, The Lomax, Liverpool, UK

1996-11-18, Telfords Warehouse, Chester, UK

1996-11-26, Caberet Music Hall, Montreal, Canada

(with Jeff Martin)

1996-11-27, Barrymore's Music Hall, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

(with Jeff Martin)

1996-11-29, Fanshawe College Student Union, London, Ontario, Canada

(with Jeff Martin)

1996-11-29, The Other Side, London, Ontario, Canada

(with Jeff Martin)

1996-11-30, The Horseshoe Tavern, Toronto, Canada

(with Jeff Martin)

A 90-minute audience recording exists, with Highway Blues, Commune, Hallucinating Light, The Dream Society, Me And My Woman, Another Day, South Africa, Time, Broken Wing and The Same Old Rock.

1996-12-07, The Abbey Pub, Chicago, Illinois, USA

A 145-minute soundboard recording exists with How Does It Feel, Commune, Me And My Woman, South Africa, The Dream Society, Broken Wing, Highway Blues, Hallucinating Light, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Another Day, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10) and North Country.

1996-12-11, Mother's Fool, Madison, Wisconsin, USA

1996-12-12, Mother's Fool, Madison, Wisconsin, USA

1996-12-13, Jitters, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

1997

1997-01-10, Morning Becomes Eclectic, KCRW, Santa Monica, California, USA

A radio interview.

1997-01-10, McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica, California, USA

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Commune, Naked Flame, Hallucinating Light, Highway Blues, Broken Wing, Me And My Woman, Another Day, One Man Rock And Roll Band and North Country.

1997-01-25, Phantasy Night Club, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

A 115-minute soundboard recording exists with How Does It Feel, Commune, Highway Blues, Naked Flame, Broken Wing, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Hallucinating Light, The Dream Society, Me And My Woman and One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10).

1997-01-28, Johnny D's, Somerville, MA, USA

1997-01-30, The Bottom Line, New York, USA

An audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Hallucinating Light, The Dream Society, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Me And My Woman, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10) and North Country.

1997-03-14, Fibber's, York, UK

1997-03-15, Fibber's, York, UK

1997-03-16, Jump The Q, BBC Radio Scotland, UK

A 10-minute radio interview.

1997-03-16, The Room, Hull, UK

1997-03-19, Ladle Ballroom, Middlesbrough, UK

1997-03-22, George Square Theatre, Edinburgh, UK

A 110-minute audience recording exists with Commune, Naked Flame, Hallucinating Light, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Another Day, The Dream Society, Broken Wing, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10), When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and North Country.

1997-03-23, Carnegie Theatre, Workington, UK

1997-03-24, Telfords Warehouse, Chester, UK

A tape exists.

1997-03-27, The Witchwood, Ashton-Under-Lyne, UK

1997-03-30, The Leadmill, Sheffield, UK

1998

1998-06-12, News Direct, London, UK

A radio interview (recorded 1998-06-11).

1998-06-12, The Spitz, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 165-minute recording exists with Another Day, Songs Of Love, Songs Of Love (Part 2), Psychopath, Tom Tiddler's Ground, I Want To Be In Love, Drugs For Everybody, The Dream Society, Commune, Dancing All The Night, Come The Revolution, Angel Of The Night, Broken Wing, These Fifty Years, The Same Old Rock and Hallucinating Light; also including Nick's opening set A Hundred Things, Crazy Boy, The Kilty Stone and Titties & Beer.

1998-06-13, Bob Harris Show, Greater London Radio, London, UK

A radio interview and live session with I Want To Be In Love and Commune. A 10-minute recording exists.

1998-06-13, The Spitz, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 185-minute recording exists with Songs Of Love, Songs Of Love (Part 2), Psychopath, Tom Tiddler's Ground, I Want To Be In Love, Drugs For Everybody, The Dream Society, South Africa, Dancing All The Night, Come The Revolution, Angel Of The Night, Broken Wing, These Fifty Years, Me And My Woman and North Country; also including Nick's opening set A Hundred Things, Shadowlands, Out Of It, Gordon Brown, The Kilty Stone and Twisted.

1998-06-18, The Witchwood, Ashton-Under-Lyne, UK

1998-06-19, Make Or Break show, Minster FM, York, UK

A radio interview?

1998-06-19, Fibber's, York, UK

1998-06-21, Splisby Theatre, Splisby, UK

1998-07-02, The Largo, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, USA

(shared bill with Petra Haden)

A 100-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Don't You Grieve, I Want To Be In Love, Drugs For Everybody, Commune, Dancing All The Night, Come The Revolution, Hallucinating Light, Broken Wing, Me And My Woman and One Man Rock And Roll Band.

1998-07-09, The Largo, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, USA

(shared bill with Amy Correia)

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Songs Of Love, Another Day, How Does It Feel, I Want To Be In Love, Drugs For Everybody, South Africa, The Dream Society, Come The Revolution, Broken Wing, Highway Blues and These Fifty Years.

1998-07-15, Morning Becomes Eclectic, KCRW, Santa Monica, USA

A 45-minute interview and a live session with Commune, South Africa and One Man Rock And Roll Band.

1998-07-16, The Largo, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, USA

(shared bill with The Solipsistics)

1998-07-19, Rhino Store, Westwood, Los Angeles, USA

NOTE: An in-store appearance.

1998-07-23, The Largo, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, USA

(shared bill with P. Huxley)

1998-07-30, The Largo, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, USA

(with a guest appearance by Chris Spedding, shared bill with Melissa Ferrick)

1998-08-29, The Largo, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, USA

1998-09-06, The Knitting Factory, New York, USA

A 90-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, I Want To Be In Love, Drugs For Everybody, Come The Revolution, Highway Blues, Commune, Pinches Of Salt and Me And My Woman.

1998-09-09, Mama Kin's, Boston, USA

(shared bill with Daevid Allen)

1998-09-10, The North Star Bar, Philadelphia, USA

(shared bill with Daevid Allen)

A 100-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, I Want To Be In Love, Drugs For Everybody, South Africa, The Dream Society, Broken Wing, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, One Man Rock And Roll Band and These Fifty Years.

1998-09-13, The Birchmere, Alexandria, USA

1998-09-15, The Reverb, Toronto, Canada

A 110-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, I Want To Be In Love, Drugs For Everybody, South Africa, The Dream Society, Broken Wing, Come The Revolution, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, One Man Rock And Roll Band and These Fifty Years

1998-09-16, Barrymore's, Ottawa, Canada

1998-09-17, L'Dauteuille, Quebec City, Canada

1998-09-19, The Abbey Pub, Chicago, Illinois, USA

A 110-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, I Want To Be In Love, Drugs For Everybody, South Africa, The Dream Society, Come The Revolution, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Broken Wing and These Fifty Years.

1998-09-20, Shank Hall, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

A 145-minute soundboard recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, I Want To Be In Love, Drugs For Everybody, Commune, The Dream Society, Another Day, Come The Revolution, Frozen Moment, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Don't You Grieve, Pinches Of Salt, Me And My Woman and Broken Wing.

1998-09-22, The Bottom Of The Hill, San Francisco, USA

(shared bill with Daevid Allen)

A 120-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, I Want To Be In Love, Drugs For Everybody, Frozen Moment, The Spirit Lives, The Dream Society, Commune, Pinches Of Salt, Come The Revolution, South Africa, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Broken Wing and North Country.

1998-09-23, The Front Street Pub, Santa Cruz, USA

(shared bill with Daevid Allen)

NOTE: The venue was changed from The Billiards Cafe to The Front Street Pub a few hours before the show.

A 95-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, I Want To Be In Love, Drugs For Everybody, The Dream Society, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Highway Blues, Frozen Moment, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Me And My Woman and Broken Wing.

1998-10-17, The Belle Angele, Edinburgh, UK

A 105-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, I Want To Be In Love, Drugs For Everybody, Frozen Moment, The Dream Society, Commune, Come The Revolution, Broken Wing, These Fifty Years, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and One Man Rock And Roll Band.

1998-10-18, Lemon Tree, Aberdeen, UK

1998-10-30, Southport Arts Centre, Southport, UK

1998-10-31, Mechanics, Burnley, UK

1998-11-04, Waterfront, Norwich, UK

1998-11-05, Junction, Cambridge, UK

A 90-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, I Want To Be In Love, Drugs For Everybody, Frozen Moment, The Dream Society, Commune, Come The Revolution, Broken Wing and These Fifty Years.

1998-11-06, Recreation Centre, Bridgend, UK

1998-11-07, Guildhall Arts Centre, Gloucester, UK

1998-11-12, Irish Centre, Leeds, UK

1998-11-13, Dance House Theatre, Manchester, UK

1998-11-15, Leicester University, UK

1998-11-16, Telfords Warehouse, Chester, UK

1998-11-19, Vicar Street, Dublin, Ireland

1998-11-20, Roisin Dubh, Galway, Ireland

1998-11-22, Mountford Hall, Liverpool, UK

1998-11-25, Fleece & Firkin, Bristol, UK

1998-11-26, Irish Centre, Birmingham, UK

1998-11-27, Zodiac Club, Oxford, UK

A recording exists.

1998-11-28, Pavilion, Brighton, UK

A recording exists.

1998-11-29, The Brook, Southampton, UK

1998-12-02, The Toucan Club, Cardiff, UK

1998-12-03, Assembly Rooms, Derby, UK

1998-12-04, Caedmon Hall, Gateshead, UK

1998-12-05, Caedmon Hall, Gateshead, UK

1998-12-08, The Leadmill, Sheffield, UK

1998-12-09, The Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal, UK

1998-12-10, Playhouse, Beverley, UK

1998-12-12, Huntingdon Hall, Worcester, UK

1998-12-13, Dingwalls, London, UK

1998-12-16, The Horn, St. Albans, UK

1999

1999-02-14, Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Hallucinating Light, Frozen Moment, Another Day, East Of The Sun, South Africa, These Fifty Years, North Country, Mr Stationmaster, Twentieth Century Man, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Broken Wing, Highway Blues, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Me And My Woman, Midnight Sun and Dancing All The Night.

1999-03-22, Fibber's, York, UK

1999-03-27, Spilsby Theatre, Spilsby, UK

1999-04-04, Trades Club, Hebden Bridge, UK

1999-04-11, The Stage, Hanley, UK

1999-04-12, Telfords, Chester, UK

1999-06-19, The Leopard, Doncaster, UK

1999-06-20, The Witchwood, Ashton-Under-Lyne, UK

1999-06-23, Yales, Wrexham, UK

1999-06-26, Glastonbury Festival, UK

1999-07-17, Connoly's Of Leap, Main St. Leap, Ireland

1999-07-20, De Barras Folk Club, 55 Pearse St., Clonakilty, Ireland

1999-07-22, Roisin Dubh, Dominick Street, Galway, Ireland

1999-07-24, Guildford Festival, Stoke Park, Guildford, UK

1999-09-02, Berbati's Pan, Portland, Oregon, USA

1999-09-04, W.O.W. Hall, Eugene, Oregon, USA

A 105-minute audience recording exists with Highway Blues, Midnight Sun, Dancing All The Night, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, I Hate The White Man, Frozen Moment, New England, Broken Wing, Twentieth Century Man, The Green Man and One Man Rock And Roll Band.

1999-09-05, Bumbershoot Festival, Seattle, Washington, USA

An 80-minute recording exists with Highway Blues, Dancing All The Night, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, I Hate The White Man, Broken Wing, New England, Twentieth Century Man, One Man Rock And Roll Band and The Green Man.

1999-09-08, SLO Brewing Co., San Luis Obispo, California, USA

1999-09-24, McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica, California, USA

1999-10-11, Arts Centre, Norwich, UK

1999-10-22, The Arc, Stockton, UK

1999-10-24, The Brook, Southampton, UK

1999-10-25, The Wharf, Tavistock, UK

1999-10-28, Penyrheol Theatre, Swansea, UK

1999-10-30, The Zodiac, Oxford, UK

A recording exists.

1999-10-31, Arts Centre, Cloucester, UK

1999-11-03, Municipal Hall, Colne, UK

1999-11-04, Dance House Theatre, Manchester, UK

1999-11-09, Telford's, Chester, UK

1999-11-10, Irish Centre, Leeds, UK

1999-11-13, The Magnum Theatre, Irvine, UK

1999-11-14, Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool, UK

1999-11-18, Irish Centre, Birmingham, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1999-11-19, The Platform, Morecambe, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1999-11-20, The Pleasance, Edinburgh, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 125-minute audience recording exists with Building Our Own Temple (Nick Harper), Aeroplane (Nick Harper), The Kilty Stone (Nick Harper), Titties & Beer, New England, The Green Man, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, The Verse Time Forgot (Nick Harper), Headless (Nick Harper), Twisted (Nick Harper), Highway Blues, The Tyger (Nick Harper), Me And My Woman, The Same Old Rock, God Has Got A Girl Friend and Hallucinating Light.

1999-11-24, Arts Centre, Southport, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1999-11-26, The Playhouse, Whitley Bay, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1999-11-28, The Leadmill, Sheffield, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1999-11-30, Dingwalls, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1999-12-02, St George's, Bristol, UK

(with Nick Harper)

1999-12-03, The Pitz, Woughton Centre, Milton Keynes, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Building Our Own Temple (Nick Harper), Aeroplane (Nick Harper), Radio Silence (Nick Harper), Titties & Beer, New England, The Green Man, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, The Verse Time Forgot (Nick Harper), Headless (Nick Harper), Twisted (Nick Harper), Highway Blues, The Tyger (Nick Harper), Me And My Woman, The Same Old Rock, God Has Got A Girl Friend, Hallucinating Light and Bring Me Sunshine.

1999-12-05, Sallis Benney Theatre, Brighton, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 145-minute audience recording exists with Building Our Own Temple (Nick Harper), Aeroplane (Nick Harper), Radio Silence (Nick Harper), Titties & Beer, New England, The Green Man, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, The Verse Time Forgot (Nick Harper), Headless (Nick Harper), Twisted (Nick Harper), Highway Blues, The Tyger (Nick Harper), Me And My Woman, The Same Old Rock, God Has Got A Girl Friend, Hallucinating Light and Bring Me Sunshine.

1999-12-08, Vicar Street, Dublin, Ireland

2000

2000-03-23, Flowerpot, Derby, UK

2000-03-24, The Arts Centre, Stamford, UK

2000-03-25, The Old Chapel, Birmingham, UK

2000-03-26, Hitchin Folk Club, Hitchin, UK

2000-03-29, Yales, Wrexham, UK

2000-03-31, Arts Centre, St. Austell, UK

2000-04-01, Phoenix, Exeter, UK

2000-04-02, All Saints Centre, Lewes, UK

2000-04-04, Toucan Club, Cardiff, UK

A recording exists.

2000-04-06, The Playhouse, Alnwick, UK

2000-04-07, The Rosehill Theatre, Whitehaven, UK

2000-04-08, Caedmon Hall, Gateshead, UK

2000-04-09, The Witchwood, Ashton-under-Lyne, UK

2000-09-16, Errigle Inn, Belfast, UK

2000-09-20, The Studio, Hartlepool, UK

2000-09-21, King Tut's Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow, UK

A 105-minute audience recording exists with All In All, Midnight Sun, Glasto, Rushing Camelot, The Monster, Commune, Sexy Woman, Me And My Woman, The Green Man and One Man Rock And Roll Band.

2000-09-23, Spilsby Theatre, Spilsby, UK

2000-09-24, The Adelphi, Preston, UK

2000-09-27, Fleece & Firkin, Bristol, UK

2000-09-28, Arts Centre, Salisbury, UK

2000-09-29, Arts Centre, St. Donats, UK

2000-10-01, The Brook, Southampton, UK

2000-10-05, The Zodiac, Oxford, UK

2000-10-06, Arts Centre, Swindon, UK

2000-10-18, Irish Centre, Birmingham, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2000-10-19, Clair Hall, Haywards Heath, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 135-minute audience recording exists with A Hundred Things (Nick Harper), She Rules My World (Nick Harper), Karmageddon (Nick Harper), Radio Silence (Nick Harper), The Verse Time Forgot (Nick Harper), Building Our Own Temple (Nick Harper), Flying Dog (Nick Harper), Headless (Nick Harper), Twisted (Nick Harper), All In All, Midnight Sun, Rushing Camelot, The Monster, Sexy Woman, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Me And My Woman, The Flycatcher and The Green Man.

2000-10-20, Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A recording exists.

2000-10-21, Dancehouse Theatre, Manchester, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2000-10-24, Guildhall Theatre, Derby, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2000-10-25, City Varieties, Leeds, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 115-minute audience recording exists with A Hundred Things (Nick Harper), She Rules My World (Nick Harper), Karmageddon (Nick Harper), Radio Silence (Nick Harper), Guitar Man/Whole Lotta Love (Nick Harper), Building Our Own Temple (Nick Harper), The Verse Time Forgot (Nick Harper), Headless (Nick Harper), All In All, Midnight Sun, Rushing Camelot, The Monster, Sexy Woman, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Me And My Woman, The Flycatcher and The Green Man.

2000-10-27, Memorial Hall, City Hall, Sheffield, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2000-10-28, Opera House, Newcastle, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2000-10-29, Picture Playhouse, Beverley, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2000-11-03, Royal Court, Liverpool, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2000-11-05, Bulkeley Hotel, Beaumaris, UK

(with Nick Harper)

An audience recording exists.

2000-11-06, (cancelled) Roisin Dubh, Galway, Ireland

(with Nick Harper)

2000-11-08, Whelans, Dublin, Ireland

(with Nick Harper)

2001

2001-06-09, LBC Radio, UK

A radio interview.

2001-06-10, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK

(with David Bedford & strings, Troy Donockley, Nick Harper, Jeff Martin, John Renbourn, Andy Roberts, Ric Sanders)

NOTE: Roy's 60th birthday show.

The whole concert released on Royal Festival Hall London June 10 2001.

2001-09-17, Quays Theatre, The Lowry, Manchester, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

A 100-minute audience recording exists with The Monster, South Africa, The Unknown Soldier, Rushing Camelot, I Hate The White Man, Legend, Naked Flame, Key To The Highway, Sophisticated Beggar, The Same Old Rock, One Man Rock And Roll Band and She's The One.

2001-09-18, Opera House, Buxton, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

2001-09-19, Charter Theatre, Preston, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

2001-09-20, Arts Centre, Aberystwyth, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

2001-09-22, Queens Hall, Widnes, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

A 110-minute audience recording exists with South Africa, The Unknown Soldier, Rushing Camelot, I Hate The White Man, Legend, Naked Flame, Sophisticated Beggar, The Same Old Rock, One Man Rock And Roll Band and She's The One; also includes We Bid You Goodnight, Yo Yo Man, Footsteps Fall and All In Good Time from Andy Roberts' opening set.

2001-09-23, Rock City, Nottingham, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

2001-09-24, Fairfield Hall, Croydon, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

A 145-minute recording exists with South Africa, The Unknown Soldier, Rushing Camelot, I Hate The White Man, Legend, Naked Flame, Sophisticated Beggar, The Same Old Rock, One Man Rock And Roll Band and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease; also including Andy Roberts' opening set The Pilgrim, Jennie, Richmond, Raider, We Bid You Goodnight, Sound Of Love and All In Good Time.

2001-09-26, Robin 2, Wolverhampton, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

2001-09-28, Neptune Theatre, Liverpool, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

2001-09-29, Town Hall, High Wycombe, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

2001-09-30, Princes Theatre, Aldershot, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

A 100-minute audience recording exists with South Africa, The Unknown Soldier, Rushing Camelot, I Hate The White Man, Legend, Naked Flame, Sophisticated Beggar, The Same Old Rock, One Man Rock And Roll Band and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

2001-10-02, Victoria Hall, Stoke-On-Trent, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

2001-10-03, Victoria Theatre, Halifax, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

2001-10-05, Corn Exchange, Cambridge, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

2001-10-06, Arena, St. Albans, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

2001-10-07, Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, UK

(with Andy Roberts)

2002

2002-01-27, Guitars Against Landmines, The Lyric Theatre, The Lowry, Manchester, UK

(shared bill with Julie Felix, John Paul Jones, Bill Wyman and The Rhythm Kings featuring Georgie Fame, Steve Harley, Kiki Dee with Carmelo Luggeri and Homelife)

2002-09-19, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, Co. Cork, Ireland

(with Nick Harper)

2002-09-21, Half Moon Theatre, Cork City, Ireland

(with Nick Harper)

2002-09-22, Dolans Warehouse, Limerick, Ireland

(with Nick Harper)

2002-09-24, Roisin Dubh, Galway, Ireland

(with Nick Harper)

2002-09-26, Whelans, Dublin, Ireland

(with Nick Harper)

2002-09-28, Belfast Waterfront Hall - NTL Studio, Northern Ireland, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2002-09-30, Opera House, Newcastle, England, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2002-10-01, Lowry, Manchester, England, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2002-10-02, Neptune Theatre, Liverpool, England, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2002-10-04, Corn Exchange, Cambridge, England, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2002-10-05, Brighton Dome Corn Exchange, Brighton, England, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 155-minute recording exists with She Rules My World (Nick Harper), Karmageddon (NH), The Magnificent G7 (NH), Building Our Own Temple (NH), The Verse Time Forgot (NH), She Makes Music (NH), Headless (NH), Commune, Rushing Camelot, Frozen Moment, Short And Sweet, Bad Speech, Drawn To The Flames, Francesca, Hangman, Sleeping At The Wheel, Sophisticated Beggar, Miles Remains, The Tallest Tree and The Green Man.

2002-10-06, City Hall, Salisbury, England, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2002-10-08, Bloomsbury Theatre, London, England, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Building Our Own Temple (Nick Harper), The Verse Time Forgot (NH), She Makes Music (NH), Love Is Music/Headless (NH), Commune, Rushing Camelot, Frozen Moment, Short And Sweet, Bad Speech, Drawn To The Flames, Francesca, Hangman, Sleeping At The Wheel, Sophisticated Beggar, Miles Remains, The Tallest Tree and The Green Man.

2002-10-10, Bilston Robin 2, Wolverhampton, England, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2002-10-12, Assembly Rooms, Derby, England, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2002-10-13, Leicester University, Leicester, England, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2002-10-14, City Palace of Varieties, Leeds, England, UK

(with Nick Harper)

A 115-minute recording exists with Commune, Rushing Camelot, Frozen Moment, Short And Sweet, Bad Speech, Drawn To The Flames, Francesca, Hangman, Sleeping At The Wheel, Sophisticated Beggar, Miles Remains, The Tallest Tree and The Green Man.

2002-10-16, Town Hall, High Wycombe, England, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2002-10-17, Exeter University - Lemon Grove, Exeter, England, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2002-10-19, Coal Exchange, Cardiff, Wales, UK

(with Nick Harper)

2003

2003-07-20, Soshite Ongakuga Hajimaru, TV Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

A television program about Stairway To Heaven by Led Zeppelin. Roy was introduced as the big influence on the music of Led Zeppelin. TV crew visited Roy's house in Ireland. Roy talked about the relationship between Led Zeppelin (especially Robert Plant) and himself. Roy performed The Same Old Rock in his house.

2003-08-20, Kings Lynn Arts Centre, Kings Lynn, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-08-21, The Stables, Milton Keynes, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-08-23, Canterbury Fayre, Hernhill, UK

(with Matt Churchill; also Nick Harper, Incredible String Band and Robert Plant played at the festival on the same day)

A 75-minute recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Don't You Grieve, Pinches Of Salt, Highway Blues, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Me And My Woman, North Country and One Man Rock And Roll Band.

2003-09-17, Opera House, Newcastle, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-09-18, Renfrew Ferry, Glasgow, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

A 95-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, First Thing In The Morning, Don't You Grieve, Pinches Of Salt, Highway Blues, Another Day, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Me And My Woman, North Country, One Man Rock And Roll Band and The Green Man.

2003-09-20, Lowry, Manchester, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-09-21, Pacific Road Theatre, Birkenhead, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-09-22, Town Hall, Cheltenham, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-09-23, Theatre Brycheiniog, Brecon, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-09-26, Southport Arts Centre, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-09-27, Picturehouse, Hebden Bridge, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-09-28, City Palace Of Varieties, Leeds, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-09-29, Derngate, Northampton, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-10-01, City Hall, Sheffield, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-10-02, Robin 2, Wolverhampton, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-10-04, Civic Centre, Aylesbury, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-10-05, Shepherds Bush Empire, London, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-10-06, Assembly Halls, Worthing, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-10-08, Cheese And Grain, Frome, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-10-09, Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-10-10, The Brook, Southampton, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-10-12, Duke Of Cornwall Ballroom, Plymouth, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2003-10-22, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland

(with Matt Churchill)

2004

2004-07-22, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland

(with Matt Churchill)

Tom Tiddler's Ground, Pinches Of Salt, How Does It Feel, The Green Man, One Man Rock And Roll Band and Frozen Moment released on Beyond The Door.

2004-07-25, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland

(with Matt Churchill)

2004-07-29, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland

(with Matt Churchill)

Punch And Judy, Kangaroo Blues, Miles Remains, Hallucinating Light and Twelve Hours Of Sunset released on Beyond The Door.

2005

2005-01-27, 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2005-01-28, 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

(with Matt Churchill; shared bill with Findley Webster)

A 130-minute audience recording exists with Tom Tiddler's Ground, Commune, Another Day, Naked Flame, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, The Death Of God, The Stranger, Punch And Judy, How Does It Feel, One Man Rock And Roll Band and The Same Old Rock.

2005-01-30, Rock Cafe 2000, Mill Race Lane, Stourbridge, West Midlands, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

A 130-minute audience recording exists with Don't You Grieve, Another Day, Naked Flame, Commune, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, The Death Of God, The Stranger, Punch And Judy, Highway Blues, Me And My Woman and Twelve Hours Of Sunset.

2005-02-03, 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

(with Matt Churchill; shared bill with Ted Milton)

2005-02-04, 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

(with Matt Churchill; shared bill with Paul The Girl)

2005-05-04, HMV, Oxford Street, London, UK

NOTE: Mojo Honours launch event.

2005-06-24, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK

(Patti Smith's Meltdown; shared bill with Patti Smith, Lenny Kaye, Johnny Marr, Robyn Hitchcock, John Paul Jones, Bert Jansch, Robin & Bina Williamson etc.)

2005-07-21, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland

(with Matt Churchill)

2005-07-24, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland

(with Matt Churchill)

2005-07-28, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland

(with Matt Churchill)

2005-09-24, Clonakilty International Guitar Festival, Parish Hall, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland

NOTE: A workshop.

2005-09-26, Talking Bob Dylan Blues, Barbican Hall, London, UK

(shared bill with Billy Bragg, Martin Carthy, Liam Clancy, Robyn Hitchcock & John Paul Jones, Barb Jungr, Willy Mason, Odetta, Kerry Shale and KT Tunstall)

Part of the concert was broadcast by BBC4 on 2005-09-30. Roy played North Country and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease (about 15 minutes).

2005-10-02, The Boardwalk, Sheffield, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

A 125-minute audience recording exists with Commune, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Naked Flame, Don't You Grieve, Frozen Moment, The Green Man, The Death Of God, Black Clouds, Punch And Judy, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Highway Blues and North Country.

2005-10-03, Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

A 120-minute audience recording exists with Commune, Tom Tiddler's Ground, Naked Flame, Don't You Grieve, Frozen Moment, The Green Man, Me And My Woman, Black Clouds, Punch And Judy, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Highway Blues and North Country.

2005-10-04, Burnley Mechanics, Burnley, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2005-10-06, Wakefield Opera House, Wakefield, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2005-10-08, Morecambe Dome, Lancashire, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2005-10-09, Albert Halls, Bolton, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2005-10-10, Guild Hall, Derby, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2005-10-12, Robin 2, Wolverhampton, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2005-10-13, St George's, Bristol, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2005-10-14, Huntingdon Hall, Worcester, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2005-10-15, Palace Theatre, Newark, Nottinghamshire, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2005-10-17, Concert Hall, Reading, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2005-10-18, Town Hall, High Wycombe, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2005-10-19, University Of East Anglia, Norwich, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2005-10-20, Komedia, Brighton, UK

(with Matt Churchill; shared bill with Adrien Munden)

2005-11-30, Mike Harding Show, BBC Radio 2, UK

NOTE: A radio interview.

2006

2006-01-18, The Danny Baker Show, BBC Radio London, UK

A 25-minute radio interview.

2006-01-19, 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

(with Matt Churchill; shared bill with Adrien Munden)

2006-01-20, 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

(with Matt Churchill; shared bill with Paul The Girl)

2006-01-26, 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

(with Matt Churchill; shared bill with Gavin Moore)

2006-01-27, 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

(with Matt Churchill; shared bill with Paul The Girl)

2006-06-01, Barfly, London, UK

(with Nick Harper)

When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and Blood Song (Nick Harper) released on War Child Music - Mojo Live EP.

2006-07-27, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland

(with Nick Harper)

2006-07-30, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland

(with Nick Harper)

2006-08-03, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland

(with Nick Harper)

2006-08-05, Rhythm Festival, Twinwood Arena, Clapham, Bedfordshire, UK

(with David Bedford and Nick Harper)

A 90-minute recording exists with Commune, I'll See You Again, Another Day, Don't You Grieve, Hors d'Oeuvres, The Same Old Rock, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Me And My Woman and Twelve Hours Of Sunset.

2007

2007-01-19, 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

(with Matt Churchill; shared bill with Paul The Girl)

2007-01-20, 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-01-26, 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

(with Matt Churchill; shared bill with Bex Marshall)

2007-01-27, 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK

(with Matt Churchill; shared bill with Armoured Bear)

2007-02-05, Antiknock, Tokyo, Japan

(with Matt Churchill)

A 135-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, I'll See You Again, North Country, Rushing Camelot, Pinches Of Salt, Highway Blues, Call The Cops (Matt Churchill), Nervous Blues (MC), Man In The Moon, Pan, The Monster, South Africa, One Of Those Days In England (Parts 2-10) and Drawn To The Flames.

2007-02-06, Area, Tokyo, Japan

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-04-23, Today With Pat Kenny, RTÉ Radio 1, Ireland

A 15-minute radio interview and live session with Another Day and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

2007-04-29, Upstairs, Dolans, Limerick, Ireland

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-04-30, Roisin Dubh, Galway, Ireland

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-01, Whelans, Dublin, Ireland

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-02, The Spirit Store, Dundalk, Ireland

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-04, MOJO Radio, UK

A radio interview.

2007-05-07, The Lowry, Salford, Manchester, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-08, Library Theatre, Darwen, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-09, Drill Hall, Lincoln, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-11, The Brickyard, Carlisle, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-12, Classic Grand, Glasgow, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

A 105-minute audience recording exists with How Does It Feel, Frozen Moment, Watford Gap, Cherishing The Lonesome, Pan, Candide, Naked Flame, You Don't Need Money, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, Don't You Grieve, The Monster and Twelve Hours Of Sunset.

2007-05-13, Lemon Tree, Aberdeen, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-15, The Sage, Gateshead, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-16, City Hall, Sheffield, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-17, The Junction, Cambridge, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-18, Arts Centre, Norwich, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-20, Millfield Arts Centre, Edmonton, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-21, Stables, Milton Keynes, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-22, The Brook, Southampton, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-25, Acorn Theatre, Penzance, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-26, Phoenix Arts Centre, Exeter, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-27, St George's, Bristol, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

A 130-minute audience recording exists with Nervous Blues (Matt Churchill solo opening), Call The Cops (MC), Autumn Caller (MC), Clearwater (MC), Blue Stars (MC), How Does It Feel, Frozen Moment, Watford Gap, Cherishing The Lonesome, Pan, The Stranger, Naked Flame, You Don't Need Money, When An Old Cricker Leaves The Crease, Don't You Grieve, The Monster and Twelve Hours Of Sunset.

2007-05-29, Riverfront Arts Centre, Newport, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-30, Glee Club, Birmingham, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-05-31, Galeri Theatre, Caernarfon, UK

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-07-19, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-07-22, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-07-26, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland

(with Matt Churchill)

2007-09-28, Royal Albert Hall, London, UK

(with Matt Churchill; shared bill with The Moore Brothers and Joanna Newsom)

2007-11-16, MOJO Radio, UK

A radio interview.

2008

2008-10-17, Put The Needle On The Record, WFMU, Jersey City, USA

Roy was interviewed over the phone by Billy Jam for 35 minutes.

2008-12-21, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland

Roy was on stage telling anecdotes about Davey Graham (1940-2008) at Cristel Uhl's birthday party. A 10-minute video recording exists.

2009

2009-09-19, Clonakilty International Guitar Festival, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland

NOTE: Roy participated an attempt at breaking the World Record for Largest Ensemble Guitar Performance.

2009-11-04, Harry Pearce "In Conversation" with Roy Harper, Dublin's Offset, Dublin, Ireland

NOTE: Roy was on stage in conversation with Harry Pearce (sleeve designer on many of Roy's records).

2009-11-28, Davy Graham: A Life in Celebration, Cecil Sharp House, London, UK

NOTE: Roy did not have a guitar with him, but was telling a story or two.

2010

2010-05-11, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK

(shared bill with Joanna Newsom)

2010-05-12, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK

(shared bill with Joanna Newsom)

2010-05-14, Cirque Royale, Bruxelles, Belgium

(shared bill with Joanna Newsom)

2010-05-29, Muziekcentrum Fritz Philips, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

(shared bill with Joanna Newsom)

2010-05-30, Melkweg Rabozaal, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

(shared bill with Joanna Newsom)

2010-05-31, Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris, France

(shared bill with Joanna Newsom)

2010-06-05, Jazz Cafe, London, UK

A 100-minute audience recording exist with One Man Rock And Roll Band, North Country, Don't You Grieve, Pinches Of Salt, Hangman, Another Day, Commune, The Green Man, Me And My Woman and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

2010-09-14, Grand Canal Theatre, Dublin, Ireland

(shared bill with Joanna Newsom)

2010-09-16, Colston Hall, Bristol, UK

(shared bill with Joanna Newsom)

2010-09-17, Symphony Hall, Birmingham, UK

(shared bill with Joanna Newsom)

2010-09-18, Palace Theatre, Manchester, UK

(shared bill with Joanna Newsom)

2010-09-20, Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow, UK

(shared bill with Joanna Newsom)

A 40-minute audience recording exists with Highway Blues, Frozen Moment, The Green Man and Me And My Woman.

2010-09-21, The Sage, Gateshead, UK

(shared bill with Joanna Newsom)

2010-10-16, Liz Kershaw Show, BBC Radio 6 Music

A 30-minute radio interview.

2011

2011-04-02, Metropolis Studios, London, UK

2011-07-24, BBC Radio 5, Live Sports Extra, Lord's Cricket Ground, London, UK

Test Match cricket commentary with a live performance of When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease. A 40-minute recording exists.

2011-09-19, BBC Breakfast, UK

A 10-minute television interview with 1970s Old Grey Whistle Test clips of Commune, Cherishing The Lonesome, North Country and a newer live clip of When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

2011-09-19, talkSPORT Radio, UK

A 10-minute interview.

2011-09-20, BBC London 94.9, London, UK

A 15-minute interview with Robert Elms with a live performance of Another Day.

2011-09-21, BBC Radio 2, UK

A 15-minute interview with Mike Hardin.

2011-09-23, Later... With Jools Holland, BBC Two, UK

A 20-minute television studio performance with Another Day, interview (with 1974 Commune clip), I Hate The White Man and The Green Man.

2011-11-05, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK

(with Jimmy Page, Joanna Newsom and Nick Harper)

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Highway Blues, Frozen Moment, North Country, I'll See You Again, Me And My Woman, Hallucinating Light, Commune, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, I Hate The White Man, Another Day, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease, The Same Old Rock and The Green Man.

2012

2012-07-28, Cambridge Folk Festival, UK

A 30-minute TV recording exists with an interview, Highway Blues, Another Day (cut), I Hate The White Man, Commune and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

2012-08-05, Liss Ard Festival, UK

2012-08-31, End Of The Road Festival, UK

2012-09-01, Moseley Folk Festival, UK

2013

2013-01-31, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, UK

A 65-minute BBC Alba broadcast (2013-02-02) with Roy performing When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

2013-08-11, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland

2013-08-17, Green Man Festival, Glanusk, Wales, UK

2013-08-18, Beautiful Days Festival, Escot Park, Devon, UK

A 70-minute recording exists with Highway Blues, Legend, South Africa, North Country, One Man Rock And Roll Band, Hallucinating Light, Me And My Woman and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

2013-10-22, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK

A 120-minute recording exists with Highway Blues, Time Is Temporary, Heaven Is Here, Hallucinating Light, Another Day, I'll See You Again, The Stranger, January Man, The Enemy, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, North Country, Me And My Woman and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

2013-10-25, Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, UK

A 125-minute recording exists with Highway Blues, Time Is Temporary, Heaven Is Here, Hallucinating Light, Another Day, I'll See You Again, The Stranger, January Man, The Enemy, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, North Country, Me And My Woman and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

2013-10-27, Colston Hall, Bristol, UK

2016

2016-08-26, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, Ireland

2016-09-07, Symphony Hall, Birmingham, UK

(with Bill Shanley)

2016-09-09, Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, UK

(with Bill Shanley)

2016-09-12, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK

(with Bill Shanley)

A 120-minute audience recording exists with Commune, January Man, I'll See You Again, Another Day, Don't You Grieve, Hors D'Oeuvres, North Country, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Hangman, Time Is Temporary, Hallucinating Light, Me And My Woman and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

2016-09-17, Usher Hall, Edinburgh, UK

(with Bill Shanley)

A 135-minute audience recording exists with Commune, January Man, I'll See You Again, Another Day, Don't You Grieve, Hors D'Oeuvres, North Country, Twelve Hours Of Sunset, Hangman, Time Is Temporary, Hallucinating Light, Me And My Woman and When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease.

2016-09-29, St. Luke's, Cork, Ireland

(with Bill Shanley)

2019

2019-03-03, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, Ireland

(with Bill Shanley)

2019-03-12, Symphony Hall, Birmingham, UK

(with Bill Shanley and Fiona Brice)

2019-03-14, De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill, UK

(with Bill Shanley and Fiona Brice)

A 120-minute audience recording exists with Hors D'Oeuvres, Time Is Temporary, Don't You Grieve, The Man In The Glass Cage, McGoohan's Blues, Another Day, Drawn To The Flames, The Wolf At The Door, Highway Blues, Hallucinating Light, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and I Loved My Life.

2019-03-16, The Palladium, London, UK

(with Bill Shanley and Fiona Brice)

A 120-minute audience recording exists with Hors d'Oeuvres, Time Is Temporary, Don't You Grieve, The Man In the Glass Cage, McGoohan's Blues, Another Day, Drawn To The Flames, The Wolf At The Door, Highway Blues, Hallucinating Light, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and I Loved My Life.

2019-03-18, Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, UK

(with Bill Shanley and Fiona Brice)

A 120-minute audience recording exists with Hors d'Oeuvres, Time Is Temporary, Don't You Grieve, The Man In The Glass Cage, McGoohan's Blues, Another Day, Drawn To The Flames, The Wolf At The Door, Highway Blues, Hallucinating Light, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and I Loved My Life.

2019-03-20, Sage Gateshead, Gateshead, UK

(with Bill Shanley and Fiona Brice)

A 130-minute audience recording exists with Hors D'Oeuvres, Time Is Temporary, Don't You Grieve, The Man In The Glass Cage, McGoohan's Blues, Another Day, Drawn To The Flames, The Wolf At The Door, Highway Blues, Hallucinating Light, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and I Loved My Life.

2019-03-22, Town Hall, Leeds, UK

(with Bill Shanley and Fiona Brice)

2019-03-24, Usher Hall, Edinburgh, UK

(with Bill Shanley and Fiona Brice)

A 130-minute audience recording exists with Hors D'Oeuvres, Time Is Temporary, Don't You Grieve, The Man In The Glass Cage, McGoohan's Blues, Another Day, Drawn To The Flames, The Wolf At The Door, Highway Blues, Hallucinating Light, When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease and I Loved My Life.

2020

2020-09-16, De Barra's Folk Club, Clonakilty, Ireland

Roy Harper in conversation with David Mitchell. A 105-minute live stream on YouTube as a part of Clonakilty International Guitar Festival.


Last updated: 2023-10-23 16:00 (EEST)