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The first part of this list is based on Nigel Young's list of gigs, (firstname.lastname@example.org) chronicling of Ian's live shows and recordings. Nigel's guide concentrates on the time spent outside of Deep Purple. Many thanks to Nigel for permission to use his work.
Now, I can't imagine that everything is absolutely correct, never mind complete.....
......so additions are welcomed.
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Episode Six (Gillan/Lander/Carter/Carter/Glover/Underwood)
03.06.69 London, UK Radio One Club - two tracks were considered for inclusion on RPM's "Radio One Club Sessions" CD but were ultimately excluded, being of inferior sound quality and performance.
04.06.69 Woodford Green Ivy Lodge Club, UK - Ritchie Blackmore and Jon Lord saw the show. Ritchie even got up on stage to jam, though the rest of the band were not too happy about this.
06.06.69 Derby, UK
10.06.69 Cambridge May Ball, UK - Deep Purple (Mark 1) were playing that night in one of the other colleges.
13.06.69 De La Salle College Ball, Manchester, UK
14.06.69 Dudley College Ball, UK
20.06.69 Nottingham University Ball, UK
21.06.69 Hastings Cobweb, UK
04.07.69 Sheffield Penthouse Club, UK
05.07.69 Hanley The Place, UK
Whilst Deep Purple (Mark 2) made their live debut on 10th July, 1969 , a few more gigs were done with this line-up as Gillan and Glover served out their notice.
13.07.69 Douglas House, UK
23.07.69 London Maida Vale Studios, UK- recording session for BBC Radio One's Tony Brandon Show.
25.07.69 Maidenhead Youth Centre, UK - on the day of the new Deep Purple's first UK release, the single "Hallelujah".
26.07.69 Little Bardfield Barn Club, UK
Go to http://members.aol.com/nigelyoung/mark2.htm for details of the gigs during the period from July 1969 to June 1973.
An unreleased solo album was worked on during the period from April to December 1974. It was later included on RPM's "Cherkazoo And Other Stories" CD.
Before Ian returned full-time to the rock music industry, he made one brief, but significant, live appearance.
16.10.75 "The Butterfly Ball", London Royal Albert Hall, UK - Ian sang "Sitting In A Dream". A film of the event was originally shown around UK cinemas in 1977. Later released on video, it was quickly deleted.
Ian Gillan Band (Gillan/Fenwick/Lee Soule/Gustafson/Nauseef)
The "Child In Time" album was worked on during the period September 75 to January 76, recorded in Munich and mixed in Montreux. By the time of the first live dates, Mickey Lee Soule had replaced Mike Moran on keyboards.
14.04.76 Toulouse, France
April 76 France - 11 other dates
25.04.76 Paris, France
Ian Gillan Band (Gillan/Fenwick/Towns/Gustafson/Nauseef)
June 76 New York, USA - part of a tour supporting Nazareth
The "Clear Air Turbulence" album was initially worked on during the period July to September 76. A UK tour was promoted, though all of the dates were cancelled in order that the new album could be rerecorded and remixed.
20.11.76 Manchester UMIST, UK - cancelled
21.11.76 Leeds Polytechnic, UK - cancelled
23.11.76 Middlesborough Town Hall, UK - cancelled
26.11.76 Sheffield University, UK - cancelled
27.11.76 Glasgow Strathclyde University, Scotland, UK - cancelled
28.11.76 Edinburgh Caley Cinema, Scotland, UK - cancelled
29.11.76 Aberdeen Music Hall, Scotland, UK - cancelled
30.11.76 Motherwell Civic Hall, Scotland, UK - cancelled
02.12.76 Oxford Polytechnic, UK - cancelled
03.12.76 Cardiff University, Wales, UK - cancelled (A previous booking for this date at Dunstable Civic Hall, UK was cancelled well before the tour was due to start.)
04.12.76 Sunderland Polytechnic, UK - cancelled (Originally billed as 13.11.76 . A previous booking for this date at Loughborough University, UK was cancelled well before the tour was due to start.)
06.12.76 Swansea Brangwyn Hall, Wales, UK - cancelled
07.12.76 Uxbridge Brunel University, UK - cancelled (Originally billed as 12.11.76 )
08.12.76 Coventry Lanchester Polytechnic, UK - cancelled
10.12.76 Belfast Polytechnic, Northern Ireland, UK - cancelled
11.12.76 Belfast Queens University, Northern Ireland, UK - cancelled
12.12.76 Coleraine Ulster University, Northern Ireland, UK - cancelled
14.12.76 Dublin Stadium, Republic Of Ireland - cancelled
29.04.77 Cardiff University Great Hall, Wales, UK
30.04.77 Bradford University Main Hall, UK
03.05.77 Plymouth Fiesta, UK
04.05.77 Slough Fulcrum Theatre, UK
05.05.77 West Runton Pavilion, UK
06.05.77 Bury St. Edmunds Focus Theatre, UK
07.05.77 Southampton University, UK
08.05.77 Dunstable Queensway Hall, UK
11.05.77 Dublin National Stadium, Republic Of Ireland
12.05.77 Belfast Whitla Hall, Northern Ireland, UK
14.05.77 London Rainbow, UK - 5 tracks released on video "At The Rainbow" and CD "Live At The Rainbow".
15.05.77 Middlesborough Town Hall, UK
16.05.77 Newcastle City Hall, UK
17.05.77 Aberdeen Music Hall, Scotland, UK
18.05.77 Glasgow Apollo, Scotland, UK
19.05.77 Edinburgh Playhouse, Scotland, UK
21.05.77 Manchester Apollo, UK
22.05.77 Liverpool Empire, UK
23.05.77 Birmingham Odeon, UK
May 77 Horton Festival, Norway
June 77 German tour - cancelled.
23.06.77 Oulu Kuusrock Festival, Finland
01.07.77 Roskilde Festival, Denmark
The "Scarabus" album was worked on during July-August.
13.08.77 Bilzen Jazz Festival, Belgium
12.09.77 Osaka Koseinenkin Hall, Japan
13.09.77 Osaka Koseinenkin Hall, Japan
14.09.77 Kyoto Kaikan Dai-Ichi Hall, Japan
16.09.77 Hiroshima Yubinchotein Hall, Japan
17.09.77 Fukuoka Kyuden Talikukan Hall, Japan
22.09.77 Tokyo Budokan, Japan - released on the double live album "Live At The Budokan".
04.10.77 Portsmouth Guildhall, UK
06.10.77 Glasgow Apollo, Scotland, UK
07.10.77 Manchester Apollo, UK
09.10.77 Birmingham Odeon, UK
13.10.77 London Rainbow, UK
24.02.78 Camden Music Machine, UK
29.02.78 London Marquee Club, UK
March 78 American tour.
14.06.78 London Marquee Club, UK
and other UK dates.
Ian Gillan Band (Gillan/Byrd/Towns/McCoy/Genocky)
What became known as the "Japanese" album was worked on during July-August.
27.08.78 Reading Festival, UK
03.09.78 Weissenohe, Germany
04.09.78 Miltenberg Festival, Germany
07.09.78 Hamburg Markthalle, Germany
08.09.78 Kiel Ball Pompos, Germany
09.09.78 Moers Scala, Germany
10.09.78 Delmenhorst Rockpalasy, Germany
28.09.78 London Marquee Club, UK
29.09.78 London Marquee Club, UK
06.10.78 Birmingham Barbarellas, UK
07.10.78 Salford University, UK
18.10.78 Nagoya, Japan
19.10.78 Tokyo, Japan
20.10.78 Osaka Koseinenkin Hall, Japan
23.10.78 Tokyo, Japan - TV Show. Available on pirate video.
23.10.78 Tokyo Shinjuku Koseinenkin Hall, Japan - available on the "Back In The Game" bootleg.
17.11.78 London Queen Mary College, UK
18.11.78 Retford Porterhouse Club, UK
also playing in Ireland around this time, including performing "Message In A Bottle" live on Irish TV.
07.12.78 Camden Music Machine, UK
27.12.78 London Marquee Club, UK - with Ritchie Blackmore on encores (available on the vinyl bootlegs "Who The Fuck Are You" and "Deep Purple And Splits").
28.12.78 London Marquee Club, UK
29.12.78 London Marquee Club, UK
12.01.79 Birkenhead Hamilton Club, UK. Supported by 'Marseilles'.
20.01.79 Colchester Essex University, UK - supported by The Bernie Torme Band.
Jan 79 Aberystwyth University, Wales, UK - "The gig where Ian first saw me play. It was a day or two after Colchester, at which I also supported Gillan, though Ian did not see me at Colchester". (Bernie Torme)
07.02.79 Sheffield City Polytechnic, UK
17.02.79 Slough, UK
21.02.79 Bournemouth Maison Royale, UK
23.02.79 Aylesbury Friars, UK
05.03.79 Madrid Theatro Monumental, Spain
March 79 Spain
Work on the "Mr. Universe" album finished in June.
10.07.79 London Marquee Club, UK
11.07.79 London Marquee Club, UK
12.07.79 London Marquee Club, UK
13.07.79 Birmingham Barbarellas, UK
15.07.79 Palace Lido, UK
03.08.79 Retford Porterhouse, UK
04.08.79 Camden Music Machine, UK
11.08.79 Bruinisse Bru Pop Open Air Festival, Holland
25.08.79 Reading Festival, UK - available on the RPM "Gillan At The BBC Volume One" CD.
10-12.09.79 German tour
19.09.79 London Paris Theatre, UK - BBC In Concert - available on the RPM "Gillan At The BBC Volume One" CD.
02.10.79 Preston Guildhall, UK
03.10.79 Carlisle Market Hall, UK
04.10.79 Middlesborough Town Hall, UK
05.10.79 Newcastle Mayfair, UK
06.10.79 Northampton, County Cricket Club, Wantage Road , UK
07.10.79 Birmingham Odeon, UK
08.10.79 Cleethorpes Winter Gardens, UK
09.10.79 Manchester Apollo, UK
11.10.79 Leicester De Montfort Hall, UK
12.10.79 Hanley Victoria Hall, UK
13.10.79 Sheffield City Hall, UK
15.10.79 St. Alban's Civic Hall, UK
16.10.79 Scunthorpe Tiffany's, UK
18.10.79 Aberdeen Capitol, Scotland, UK
19.10.79 Edinburgh University, Scotland, UK
20.10.79 Strathclyde University, Scotland, UK
21.10.79 Dundee Caird Hall, Scotland, UK
22.10.79 Ayr Pavilion, Scotland, UK
23.10.79 Bradford St. Georges Hall, UK
24.10.79 London Rainbow, UK
26.10.79 Portrush, Northern Ireland, UK
27.10.79 Dublin University, Republic Of Ireland
28.10.79 Belfast Whitla Hall, Northern Ireland, UK
15.11.79 Weissenohe, Germany
16.11.79 Herford, Germany
17.11.79 Hannover, Germany
18.11.79 Berlin, Germany
20.11.79 Kiel, Germany
21.11.79 Hamburg, Germany
22.11.79 Bielefeld, Germany
23.11.79 Bergisch Gladbach, Germany
24.11.79 Gutersloh, Germany
Nov 79 Munich, Germany
29.11.79 Vienna Parkhaus, Austria
01.12.1979 Sarajevo, Bosnia,Zetra Hall (then Yugoslavia)
02.12.1979 Beograd, Serbia (then Yugoslavia)
04.12.1979 Split, Croatia (then Yugoslavia)
06.12.1979 Zagreb, Croatia (then Yugoslavia)
07.12.79 Hala Tivoli, Ljubljana, Slovenia
09.12.79 Turin Palasport, Italy
15.12.79 Estoril Pavilhao dos Salesianos, Portugal
22.02.80 Wiesbaden Wartburgh, Germany
23.02.80 Hannover Rotation, Germany
24.02.80 Berlin Kant Kino, Germany
25.02.80 Hamburg Star Club, Germany
26.02.80 Muhldorf, Germany - including a live radio broadcast.
27.02.80 Munich Schwabinger Brau, Germany
01.03.80 Aylesbury Friars, UK
02.03.80 Southampton Gaumont, UK
04.03.80 Glasgow Apollo, Scotland, UK
05.03.80 Edinburgh Odeon, Scotland, UK
06.03.80 Newcastle City Hall, UK
07.03.80 Liverpool Empire, UK
08.03.80 Manchester Apollo, UK
09.03.80 Birmingham Odeon, UK
10.03.80 London Rainbow, UK - with Ritchie Blackmore on the encores.
The "Glory Road" album was worked on during March-May.
27.03.80 Session recorded for Tommy Vance's radio show ("If You Believe Me") - available on the BBC's own "Metal Explosion" compilation and the RPM "Gillan At The BBC Volume Two" CD.
05.04.80 Kortrijk Festival, Belgium
22.06.80 Loch Lomond Festival, Scotland, UK
09.08.80 Ian jammed on "Whole Lotta Shaking" and "Lucille" with a band called Joker at the Southport Floral Hall.
21.08.80 Aylesbury Friars, UK - available on the bootleg CD "Glorious Birthday".
22.08.80 Reading Festival, UK - available on "Live At Reading '80" and the "Trouble" double single.
23.08.80 Nuremberg, Germany - "John McCoy, once in Nuremberg at a festival, with hired gear which didn't work properly, smashed his bass and destroyed his backline. (Ian and I helped him with the PA and side fills, which just fed back continuously). Since we played at the Loreley festival the day afterwards we had to beg to use Saxon's bass gear. They very kindly let us. (I was more cynical and smashed my own stuff at the end of tours!). The German audience didn't really approve. The US GI's who had come to see Ted Nugent (who was headlining) loved it. Happy days." (Bernie Torme)
24.08.80 St. Goarshausen Loreley Festival , Germany
13.09.80 Thessaloniki Palais Des Sports, Greece - they did "Child in Time" as a second encore.
15.09.80 Athens Apollo Stadium, Greece - show aborted by Ian midway due to trouble with the police who tried to beat sense into over-enthusiastic punters (referred to in Ian's autobiography).
Tour rehearals were at Shepperton from 21st to 23rd September.
24.09.80 London Paris Theatre, UK - BBC Radio One In Concert - included on the RPM "Gillan At The BBC Volume Two" CD.
25.09.80 Guildford Civic Hall, UK
26.09.80 Oxford New Theatre, UK
27.09.80 Brighton Dome, UK
28.09.80 Leicester De Montford Hall, UK
29.09.80 Bradford St. Georges Hall, UK
01.10.80 Newcastle Mayfair, UK - start delayed. The band had been recording "Trouble" for "Top Of The Pops".
02.10.80 Sunderland Mayfair, UK
03.10.80 Middlesbrough Town Hall, UK
04.10.80 Preston Guildhall, UK
05.10.80 Liverpool Empire, UK
06.10.80 Sheffield City Hall, UK - recorded by Radio Hallam.
07.10.80 Manchester Apollo, UK
08.10.80 Hanley Victoria Hall, UK
10.10.80 Birmingham Odeon, UK
11.10.80 Derby Assembly Hall, UK
12.10.80 Coventry Theatre, UK
13.10.80 Hemel Hempstead Pavilion, UK
14.10.80 London Hammersmith Odeon, UK - recorded by Capitol Radio. A 60-minute edit of the show was broadcast in December.
15.10.80 London Hammersmith Odeon, UK
16.10.80 Bristol Colston Hall, UK
17.10.80 Southampton Gaumont, UK
18.10.80 Bracknell Sports Centre, UK
19.10.80 Cardiff Top Rank,Wales, UK
21.10.80 Ipswich Gaumont, UK
23.10.80 Edinburgh Odeon, Scotland, UK
24.10.80 Glasgow Apollo, Scotland, UK
25.10.80 Dundee Caird Hall, Scotland, UK
26.10.80 Carlisle Market Hall, UK
27.10.80 Hull City Hall, UK
10.11.80 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
11.11.80 Syracuse, New York, USA
12.11.80 Rochester, New York, USA
13.11.80 Buffalo, New York, USA
19.11.80 The Center Stage, Canton , nr Detroit, Michigan, USA
20.11.80 Toronto El Mocambo, Canada - "Two shows were done on different nights at the El Mocambo. One of them was really empty. That was really demoralising for all of us immediately after playing 30 or so sold out larger gigs in the UK. We were worried bunnies for most of that tour. North America didn't seem to be in sync with what we were doing, really, stuff which had gone down so well in Europe and Japan. UK and Europe seemed to be post-punk, when it hadn't really happened hardly at all in the US." (Bernie Torme)
21.11.80 'Beginning's', Chicago, Illinois, USA
25.11.80 St. Louis, Missouri, USA
28.11.80 Kansas City, Missouri, USA - originally scheduled for 26.11.80
Nov 80 Atlanta, Georgia, USA - originally scheduled for 28.11.80 , this date may have been rescheduled.
01.12.80 Miami, Florida, USA
02.12.80 Gainesville, Florida, USA
03.12.80 [ ] Orlando, Florida, USA
Dec 80 Houston, Texas, USA - originally advertised as 10.12.80
09.12.80 Dallas, Texas, USA
10.12.80 Asbury Park Fast Lane, New Jersey, USA
12.12.80 Cherry Hill Emerald City Hall, New Jersey, USA - also seen listed as 20.12.80
The "Future Shock" album was worked on during January.
05.02.81 Edinburgh Gateway Theatre, Scotland, UK - recorded by Scottish TV.
18.02.81 Oxford Polytechnic, UK - shown on BBC 2's "Rock Goes To College".
02.03.81 Bournemouth, UK (sorry Heidi)
04.03.81 Nottingham Rock City, UK - recorded officially. "Unchain Your Brain" was included on the "Live And Heavy" compilation.
05.03.81 London Rainbow, UK - recorded officially. "If You Believe Me" included on "Double Trouble".
With the line-up change that would happen some months later, plans for a live album were shelved. However, the master tapes for these two and possibly other shows should still be around somewhere.
07.03.81 Liverpool Empire, UK
08.03.81 Newcastle City Hall, UK
09.03.81 Middlesborough Town Hall, UK
10.03.81 Bradford St. Georges Hall, UK
March 81 Newcastle City Hall, UK
03.03.81 King George's Hall, Blackburn, UK - thanks to Craig Jepson for the detail.
March 81 Manchester Apollo, UK
March 81 Bournemouth, UK
May 81 [ ] Paris, France - also seen listed as June 81.
29.05.81 Genk Limburg Hall, Belgium
01.06.81 Milan Theatro Rolling Stone, Italy
02.06.81 Bologna Palasport, Italy
03.06.81 Padova, Italy
04.06.81 Rome, Italy
06.06.81 Cesena, Italy
June 81 Rohrschach, Switzerland
08.06.81 Hala Tivoli, Ljubljana, Slovenia
09.06.81 Zagreb, Croatia (Yugoslavia)
13.06.81 Arbon/Schweiz Festival, Germany
14.06.81 Rottweil Stadionhalle, Germany
15.06.81 Trier Europahalle, Germany
16.06.81 Dusseldorf Philipshalle, Germany
17.06.81 Aachen Eurogress, Germany
19.06.81 Neu Isenburg Hugenottenhalle, Germany
21.06.81 Hamburg Auditorium Maximum, Germany
22.06.81 Hannover Rotation, Germany
23.06.81 Dortmund Halle, Germany - cancelled
24.06.81 Back in the UK, recording "No Laughing In Heaven" for "Top Of The Pops" (without Bernie).
25.06.81 Cologne Sartorysaal, Germany
26.06.81 Mannheim Rosengarten, Germany
27.06.81 Freiburg Stadthalle, Germany
28.06.81 Erlangen Stadthalle, Germany
29.06.81 Munich Schwabinger Brau, Germany
30.06.81 Ludwigsburg Stadthalle, Germany
25.07.81 Poole Wessex Hall, UK
The "Double Trouble" album was worked on during August.
27.08.81 Freiburg Stadthalle, Germany - this date may be wrong, given that they appear to have played
there two months earlier.
29.08.81 Reading Festival, UK - available on "Double Trouble" album and b-sides, together with the Virgin CD reissues.
Sept 81 Germany/France.
01.10.81 Hong Kong
04.10.81 Osaka Expo Hall, Japan
06.10.81 Tokyo, Japan
07.10.81 Tokyo, Japan
Oct 81 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - 3 shows
Oct 81 Manila, Philippines - 3 shows
22.10.81 Thebarton Town Hall, Australia
Oct 81 Sydney, Australia
Oct 81 Melbourne, Australia
29.10.81 St. Austell Coliseum, UK
30.10.81 Nottingham Rock City, UK
31.10.81 Leeds University, UK
02.11.81 Manchester Apollo, UK
03.11.81 Manchester Apollo, UK - cancelled
04.11.81 Sheffield City Hall, UK
05.11.81 Sheffield City Hall, UK
07.11.81 Edinburgh Odeon, Scotland, UK
08.11.81 Edinburgh Odeon, Scotland, UK
09.11.81 Aberdeen Capitol, Scotland, UK
10.11.81 Glasgow Apollo, Scotland, UK
11.11.81 Dundee Caird Hall, Scotland, UK
13.11.81 Newcastle City Hall, UK
14.11.81 Newcastle City Hall, UK
15.11.81 Liverpool Empire, UK
16.11.81 Liverpool Empire, UK
17.11.81 Preston Guildhall, UK
18.11.81 Bradford St. Georges Hall, UK
19.11.81 Carlisle Market Hall, UK
21.11.81 Hull City Hall, UK
22.11.81 Ipswich Gaumont, UK
23.11.81 Birmingham Odeon, UK
24.11.81 Birmingham Odeon, UK
25.11.81 Gloucester Leisure Centre, UK
30.11.81 Swansea Top Rank, Wales, UK
01.12.81 Bristol Colston Hall, UK
02.12.81 Cardiff Top Rank, Wales, UK
03.12.81 Guildford Civic Hall, UK
04.12.81 Southampton Gaumont, UK
07.12.81 Hemel Hempstead Pavilion, UK
08.12.81 Great Yarmouth ABC, UK
09.12.81 Hanley Victoria Hall, UK
10.12.81 Derby Assembly Rooms, UK
11.12.81 Leicester De Montfort Hall, UK
12.12.81 Oxford New Theatre, UK
14.12.81 Brighton Dome, UK
15.12.81 Folkestone- Leas Cliff Hall, UK
19.12.81 Ipswich Gaumont, UK
20.12.81 Gold-diggers, UK
21.12.81 London Hammersmith Odeon, UK
22.12.81 London Hammersmith Odeon, UK
17.01.82 Gillingham TVS Studios, UK - later shown on "Off The Record".
27.01.82 Arnhem, Holland
28.01.82 Leiden Stadsgehoorzaal, Holland
29.01.82 Poperinge, Belgium
30.01.82 Genk, Belgium
03.02.82 Paris Bataclan, France
11.02.82 Madrid Pabelion del Real Madrid, Spain
15.02.82 Reggio nell' Emilia Palasport, Italy
17.02.82 Rome Panieta 7-Up, Italy
18.02.82 Genova Maximus, Italy
23.02.82 Milan, Italy
24.02.82 Turin, Italy
25.02.82 Gorizia Palasport, Italy
02.03.82 Pionir Hall, Belgrade, Serbia
04.03.82 Vienna, Austria
08.03.82 Ludwigsburg, Germany or Ludwigshafen Stadthalle, Germany
15.03.82 Hamburg Auditorium Maximum, Germany
20.03.82 Himanka, Finland
21.03.82 Helsinki Kultuuritalo, Finland
23.03.82 Trondheim, Norway
25.03.82 Stockholm Draken, Sweden
26.03.82 Copenhagen Falconer Theatre, Denmark
27.03.82 Ribe, Denmark
28.03.82 Aarhus Stakladen, Denmark
April 82 Far East tour.
08.05.82 BBC radio session for Tommy Vance's "Friday Rock Show".
The "Magic" album was worked on during July/August.
Outtakes possibly from these recording sessions include "Reunion"/"You Make Me Dark"/"Hole In My Vest".
21.08.82 Castle Donnington, UK
05.09.82 Zagreb, Croatia, NK Stadium (then Yugoslavia)
22.10.82 Guildford Civic Hall, UK
23.10.82 Swindon Oasis Leisure Centre, UK
24.10.82 Portsmouth Guildhall, UK
27.10.82 Nottingham Rock City, UK
28.10.82 Wolverhampton Civic Hall, UK
29.10.82 Preston Guildhall, UK
30.10.82 Newcastle City Hall, UK
31.10.82 Newcastle City Hall, UK
04.11.82 Aberdeen Capitol Theatre, Scotland, UK
05.11.82 Dundee Caird Hall, Scotland, UK
06.11.82 Glasgow Apollo, Scotland, UK
07.11.82 Edinburgh Playhouse, Scotland, UK
08.11.82 Carlisle Market Hall, UK
10.11.82 Hanley Victoria Hall, UK
11.11.82 Liverpool Empire, UK
13.11.82 Manchester Apollo, UK
15.11.82 Swansea Brangwyn Hall, Wales, UK
16.11.82 Cardiff Top Rank, Wales, UK
17.11.82 Ebbw Vale Leisure Centre, Wales, UK
19.11.82 Bradford St. Georges Hall, UK
20.11.82 Leeds University, UK
21.11.82 Corby Festival Hall, UK
22.11.82 Hull City Hall, UK
25.11.82 Gloucester Leisure Centre, UK
26.11.82 Bristol Colston Hall, UK
27.11.82 St. Austell Coliseum, UK
29.11.82 Margate Winter Gardens, UK
30.11.82 Southend Pavilion, UK
03.12.82 Poole Arts Centre, UK
04.11.82 Southampton Gaumont, UK
05.12.82 Oxford Apollo Theatre, UK - available on the bootleg "No More Laughs With Gillan",
although the sleeve says its from the Glasgow Apollo.
06.12.82 Brighton Dome, UK
08.12.82 Derby Assembly Rooms, UK
09.12.82 Sheffield City Hall, UK
11.12.82 Birmingham Odeon, UK
14.12.82 Leicester De Montfort Hall, UK
15.12.82 Ipswich Gaumont, UK
17.12.82 London Wembley Arena, UK
Black Sabbath (Gillan/Iommi/Nicholls/Butler/Bevan)
The "Born Again" album was worked on during May-June. By the time of the first live dates,
Bev Bevan had replaced Bill Ward on drums.
18.08.83 Oslo Drammenshallen, Norway
19.08.83 Stockholm Jahanneshovs Isstadion, Sweden - available on the "Bitch" bootleg.
21.08.83 Helsinki Ice Hall, Finland
23.08.83 Lund Olympen, Sweden
27.08.83 Reading Festival , UK - recorded for Tommy Vance's radio show, available on the "Paranoid At Reading",
"Smoke On The Water" and "Live Murder" bootlegs.
28.08.83 Dublin Dallymount Park, Republic Of Ireland
13.09.83 Barcelona Plaza de Toros, Catalonia, Spain
14.09.83 Madrid Pabellon, Spain
15.09.83 San Sebastian Velochomo, Spain
18.09.83 Offenbach Stadthalle, Germany
20.09.83 Mannheim Rosengarten, Germany
22.09.83 Munich Circus Krone, Germany - available on "Thank God It's Sabbath" bootleg.
25.09.83 Geneva Patinoire, Switzerland - also seen listed as Genk, Belgium.
27.09.83 Nuremberg, Germany or Neunkirchen Hemmereinhalle, Germany
28.09.83 Boblingen Stadthalle, Germany
30.09.83 Paris Espace, France - also seen dated as 29.09.83 . Available on the "Parisian Bitch" and
"Hot Line To Paris" bootlegs.
02.10.83 Zwolle Ice Hall, Holland
13.10.83 Monckton, Canada
20.10.83 Quebec Coliseum, Canada - available on the "Black And Purple" bootleg.
21.10.83 Montreal Forum, Canada
Oct 83 Ottawa Civic Center, Canada
24.10.83 Sudbury Arena, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
25.10.83 Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens, Canada
29.10.83 East Rutherford Byrne Meadowlands Arena, New Jersey, USA
30.10.83 Long Island Nassau Colisseum, New York, USA
03.11.83 Providence Civic Center, Rhode Island, USA
04.11.83 Worcester Centrum, Massachusetts, USA - Extensively bootlegged including "Biking Skulls", "Born In Hell"
and "Gillan The Hero".
05.11.83 Philadelphia Spectrum, Pennsylvania, USA
09.11.83 Rochester Community War Memorial, Rochester, NY
11.11.83 Detroit Cobo Hall, Michigan, USA
14.11.83 Detroit Cobo Hall, Michigan, USA
18.11.83 Chicago Rosemont Horizon, Illinois, USA or Chicago UIC Pavilion, Illinois, USA
29.11.83 Albuquerque Tingley Coliseum, New Mexico, USA
30.11.83 El Paso, Texas, USA
25.01.84 San Francisco Cow Palace, California, USA
26.01.84 Long Beach Arena, California, USA
Other dates around this time are believed to have included Hollywood, Salt Lake City, Denver and Amarillo.
08.02.84 Dallas Reunion Arena, Texas, USA
10.02.84 Beaumont, Texas, USA
11.02.84 Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
12.02.84 Birmingham, Alabama, USA
15.02.84 Jacksonville, Florida, USA
17.02.84 Lakeland Sunrise, Florida, USA
18.02.84 Miami, Florida, USA
20.02.84 Atlanta, Georgia, USA
22.02.84 St. Louis, Missouri, USA
24.02.84 Toledo Sports Arena ,Ohio, USA
25.02.84 Dayton Hara Arena, Ohio, USA
04.03.84 Springfield Civic Center, Massachusetts, USA
Go to http://members.aol.com/nigelyoung/mark2.htm for details of the gigs during the period from 1984 to 1988.
Garth Rockett (Gillan/Morris/Shaw/Buckle/Mulholland/Rosenthal)
18.02.89 Southport Floral Hall, UK
17.03.89 Wigan Stairways, UK
21.03.89 Manchester Jilly's (above the Rafters Club), UK
22.03.89 Morecambe Gardens, UK
23.03.89 Buckley Tivoli, UK
29.03.89 Cumberland Tavern, UK (may have played a 2nd gig there also)
14.05.89 Sheffield University, UK
15.05.89 Birmingham, UK
16.05.89 Manchester Ritz, UK
17.05.89 Leeds, UK
19.05.89 Wolverhampton Civic Centre, UK
20.05.89 Trent Polytechnic, Nottingham, UK
22.05.89 Newcastle Mayfair, UK
23.05.89 Glasgow Mayfair, Scotland, UK
24.05.89 Dundee Fat Sams, Scotland, UK
25.05.89 Edinburgh Venue, Scotland, UK
26.05.89 Bristol Bierkeller, UK
27.05.89 Birkenhead Stairways, UK
28.05.89 Manchester Ritz, UK - released on video "Ian Gillan is Garth Rockett And The Moonshiners".
07.07.89 Liverpool Polytechnic Haigh Hall, UK - charity show for the Hillsborough appeal.
11.09.89 Bristol Colston Hall, UK - Ian joined Black Sabbath on stage for encores of "Smoke On The Water" and "Paranoid".
17.09.89 Copenhagen, Denmark - Ian again joined Black Sabbath on stage for encores of "Smoke On The Water"
Ian Gillan (Gillan/Morris/Eyre/Glenn/McKenna/Lloyd/O'Donoghue)
The "Naked Thunder" album was worked on during December-January.
11.05.90 Moscow Olympiisky, Russia
12.05.90 Moscow Olympiisky, Russia
13.05.90 Moscow Olympiisky, Russia
17.05.90 Yerevan Sports Complex, Armenia
18.05.90 Yerevan Sports Complex, Armenia
19.05.90 Yerevan Sports Complex, Armenia
20.05.90 Yerevan Sports Complex, Armenia
23.05.90 Tbilisi Palace of Sports, Georgia
24.05.90 Tbilisi Palace of Sports, Georgia
25.05.90 Tbilisi Palace of Sports, Georgia
26.05.90 Tbilisi Palace of Sports, Georgia
27.05.90 Tbilisi Palace of Sports, Georgia
30.05.90 Ordzhonikidze Open Air Stadium, Russia
31.05.90 Ordzhonikidze Open Air Stadium, Russia (cancelled/rain)
03.06.90 Groznyy Stadium, Russia
04.06.90 Groznyy Stadium, Russia
05.06.90 Groznyy Stadium, Russia
08.06.90 Nalczyk Stadium, Russia
09.06.90 Nalczyk Stadium, Russia
13.06.90 Volgograd Republican Stadium, Russia
14.06.90 Volgograd Republican Stadium, Russia
15.06.90 Volgograd Republican Stadium, Russia
16.06.90 Volgograd Republican Stadium, Russia
xx.06.90 Mahatchkallah, Tjaistan
28.07.90 Copenhagen Faelledparken, Denmark
03.08.90 Sao Paolo Projeto SP, Brazil - broadcast on radio.
04.08.90 Sao Paolo Projeto SP, Brazil
06.08.90 Rio Teatro Nacional, Brazil
08.08.90 Porto Alegre, Brazil or Curitiba Aluba Pavilion
10.08.90 Buenos Aires Obras, Argentina
12.08.90 Santiago Eastadium Nacional, Chile
23.08.90 London, UK - unconfirmed warm up date.
24.08.90 Central TV Studios, UK - released on video as "Ian Gillan Live".
26.08.90 Nottingham Rock City, UK
28.08.90 Ipswich Corn Exchange, UK
29.08.90 Folkstone Leas Cliff Hall, UK
30.08.90 Doncaster Dome Leisure Park, UK
01.09.90 Brighton Dome, UK
02.09.90 London Town And Country Club, UK
04.09.90 Tilburg Noorderligt, Holland
05.09.90 Amsterdam Paradiso, Holland
07.09.90 Bremen Modernes, Germany
10.09.90 Hannover Capital, Germany
12.09.90 Bielefeld PC 69, Germany
13.09.90 Bonn Biskuithalle, Germany
15.09.90 Nuremberg Serenadenhof, Germany
16.09.90 Augsburg Rockfabrik, Germany
17.09.90 Frankfurt Music Hall, Germany
18.09.90 Kehl Rockfabrik, Germany
19.09.90 Ludwigsburg Rockfabrik, Germany
21.09.90 Braunau am Inn Kammersaal, Austria
22.09.90 Oslip Cselley Muehle, Austria
23.09.90 Vienna Rockhaus, Austria
25.09.90 Graz Kammersaal, Austria
26.09.90 Budapest Sportcsarnote, Hungary
27.09.90 Ljubljana Tivolli, Slovenia, Yugoslavia - cancelled
28.09.90 Sarajevo Skenderija Hall, Bosnia, Yugoslavia - cancelled
29.09.90 Athens Youth Festival Zappeion Park, Greece
01.10.90 Udine Palasport, Italy or Pordenone Palasport, Italy
02.10.90 Bolzano Palasport, Italy
04.10.90 Florence Palasport, Italy or Florence Teatro Variety, Italy
05.10.90 Rome Teatro Tendra , Italy
06.10.90 Naples Palasport, Italy
07.10.90 Pescara Palasport, Italy
09.10.90 Modena Palasport, Italy or Turin Big Club, Italy (also seen listed as 12.10.90)
11.10.90 Turin Palasport, Italy
12.10.90 Milan Theatro Rolling Stone, Italy (also seen listed as 02.10.90 )
13.10.90 Teatro Astra, Cortemaggiore, Italy
14.10.90 Zurich Volkhaus, Switzerland
16.10.90 Ettelbruck Hall Deich, Luxembourg
17.10.90 Paris Elysee Montmartre, France
19.10.90 Copenhagen Saga, Denmark
20.10.90 Odense Magasinet, Denmark
22.10.90 Stockholm Fryshuset, Sweden - with Yngwie Malmsteen on encore.
23.10.90 Oslo Rockefeller, Norway
25.10.90 Hamburg Docks Konzerte, Germany - rescheduled from 08.09.90 .
26.10.90 Berlin Metropol, Germany - rescheduled from 09.09.90.
01.11.90 Portsmouth, UK - cancelled
02.11.90 Southend, UK - cancelled
04.11.90 Cambridge, UK - cancelled
05.11.90 Margate, UK - cancelled
07.11.90 Hanley, UK - cancelled
08.11.90 Birmingham, UK - cancelled
09.11.90 Nottingham, UK - cancelled
11.11.90 Oxford, UK - cancelled
12.11.90 Cardiff, Wales, UK - cancelled
13.11.90 Bristol, UK - cancelled
15.11.90 Sheffield, UK - cancelled
16.11.90 Manchester, UK - cancelled
17.11.90 Hull, UK - cancelled
18.11.90 Bradford, UK - cancelled
20.11.90 Edinburgh, Scotland, UK - cancelled
21.11.90 Aberdeen, Scotland, UK - cancelled
22.11.90 Glasgow, Scotland, UK - cancelled
24.11.90 Newcastle, UK - cancelled
25.11.90 Middlesborough, UK - cancelled
26.11.90 Liverpool, UK - cancelled
28.11.90 Guildford, UK - cancelled
29.11.90 Hammersmith, UK - cancelled
30.11.90 St. Austell, UK - cancelled
The "Toolbox" album was worked on during the first half of the year.
July 91 Zaporozhye, Ukraine
July 91 Kiev, Ukraine
July 91 Riga, Latvia
July 91 Liepaja, Latvia
July 91 Moscow, Russia
July 91 Estonia
July 91 Lithuania
09.08.91 Interview and rehearsals shown on Danish TV.
10.08.91 Odense Cykelbanen, Denmark
11.08.91 Skanderborg Dyrehavn, Denmark
04.10.91 Bognor Regis Centre, UK
05.10.91 Portsmouth Pier - cancelled?
09.10.91 London Marquee Club, UK
10.10.91 Ipswich Corn Exchange, UK
11.10.91 Stockport Town Hall, UK
12.10.91 Worcester Northwick Theatre, UK - replaced Norwich Waterfront, UK
13.10.91 Redcar Coatham Bowl, UK - replaced Leeds Polytechnic, UK
15.10.91 Cambridge Junction, UK
16.10.91 Colne Municipal Hall, UK - cancelled, power failure
17.10.91 Manchester International, UK
18.10.91 Ayr Pavilion, UK
20.10.91 Edinburgh Venue, UK
21.10.91 Edinburgh Venue, UK
22.10.91 Newcastle Riverside Club, UK
23.10.91 Bradford Queen's Hall, UK
24.10.91 Walsall Junction 10, UK
26.10.91 Leicester University, UK
27.10.91 Birmingham Goldwyns, UK
28.10.91 Bristol Bierkelle, UK
29.10.91 Clwyd Bentley's, Wales, UK
30.10.91 Reading Caversham Heights, UK
31.10.91 Poole Arts Centre, UK
02.11.91 Hannover Messehalle, Germany
03.11.91 Hannover Messehalle, Germany
04.11.91 Frankfurt Musichall, Germany - broadcast live on TV.
05.11.91 Hamburg Markthalle, Germany
06.11.91 Oberhausen Musiccircus Bluemoon, Germany
07.11.91 Hannover Capitol, Germany
08.11.91 Berlin Quartier Latin, Germany
10.11.91 Gottingen Outpost, Germany
11.11.91 Herford Rock Heaven, Germany
12.11.91 Cologne Live Music Hall, Germany
13.11.91 Disco in Schmelz, Germany
15.11.91 Lichtenfels Stadthalle, Germany
16.11.91 Vienna Rockhouse, Austria
17.11.91 Telfs Stadtsaal, Austria
19.11.91 Langstadt Sporthalle, Germany
20.11.91 Suhr Zentrum, Switzerland
21.11.91 Winterthur Zentrum, Switzerland
22.11.91 Zurich Volkshaus, Switzerland
23.11.91 Lauda Konigshofen Tauber Sachmusichall, Germany - broadcast on TV.
24.11.91 Graz Orpheum, Austria
25.11.91 Dresden Sachmusichall, Germany
26.11.91 Heidelberg Dossenheim Out, Germany - rescheduled from 04.12.91 .
27.11.91 Halle Easy Schorre, Germany
29.11.91 Ulm Roxy, Germany
30.11.91 Neumarkt Jurahalle, Germany
01.12.91 Munich Circus Krone, Germany
02.12.91 Stuttgart Longhorn, Germany
03.12.91 Idar Oberstein Stadenhalle, Germany
04.12.91 Bochum Zeche, Germany - rescheduled from 05.12.91.
07.12.91 Wroclaw Hala Ludowa, Poland
08.12.91 Jastrzebie Zdroj Hala Sportowa, Poland
09.12.91 Ostrava Hala Vitkovice, Czechoslovakia
10.12.91 Warsaw Sala Kongresowa, Poland
13.12.91 Madrid Sala Canciller, Spain
14.12.91 Bergera Txibisto, Spain
15.12.91 Barcelona Zeleste, Catalonia, Spain
30.01.92 Istanbul, Turkey
05.02.92 Nicosia, Cyprus
06.02.92 Lemesos, Cyprus
07.02.92 Athens Rodon Club, Greece
08.02.92 Athens Rodon Club, Greece
10.02.92 Thessaloniki Ivanopheion Stadium, Greece
15.02.92 Okinawa, Japan
17.02.92 Tokyo Club Quatro, Japan
18.02.92 Nagoya Bottom Line, Japan - part of this shown on Japanese TV.
20.02.92 Osaka Koseinenkin Hall, Japan
21.02.92 Tokyo Nakano Sun Plaza, Japan
22.02.92 Tokyo Nakano Sun Plaza, Japan
25.02.92 Bayview Australia
26.02.92 Sandy Beach, Australia
27.02.92 Sydney Parramatta Paradise Club, Australia
28.02.92 Wollongong Waves, Australia
29.02.92 Dee Why Venue, Australia
01.03.92 Albury Kinross Woolshed, Australia
03.03.92 Adelaide Corner Hotel, Australia
04.03.92 Adelaide Corner Hotel, Australia
05.03.92 Melbourne Corner Hotel, Australia
06.03.92 Melbourne Sarah Sands, Australia
07.03.92 Manhattan Hotel, Ringwood, Melbourne, Australia
08.03.92 Melbourne Baxter Tavern, Australia
10.03.92 Perth Balga Sundower Hotel, Australia
11.03.92 Perth Applecross Raffles Hotel, Australia
12.03.92 Perth Bunbury Raffles Hotel, Australia
14.03.92 Bangkok, Thailand
20.03.92 Malmo Kulturbolaget, Sweden
21.03.92 Nassjo Sporthallen, Sweden
22.03.92 Helsingborg Caesar's Palace, Sweden
25.03.92 Borlange Cozmoz, Sweden
26.03.92 Helsingborg Caesar's Palace, Sweden
27.03.92 Orebro Oskar, Sweden
28.03.92 Uppsala Student Union, Sweden
29.03.92 Stockholm Melodi, Sweden
01.04.92 Copenhagen Pumpehuset, Denmark
02.04.92 Aarhus Vestergade 58, Denmark
03.04.92 Gothenburg Magasinet, Sweden
04.04.92 Oslo Alaska, Norway
05.04.92 Trondheim Studenterhuset, Norway
06.04.92 Ostersund After Eight, Sweden
07.04.92 Harstad Gammelbrygga, Norway
08.04.92 Tampere, Finland
09.04.92 Helsinki Tavastia, Finland
10.04.92 Nivala, Finland
11.04.92 Oulu Club Adam, Finland
12.04.92 Pitea Noremalmia Sporthall, Sweden
30.04.92 La Paz Football Stadium, Bolivia
02.05.92 Montevideo, Uruguay
05.05.92 Sao Paolo, Brazil
06.05.92 Sao Paolo, Brazil
07.05.92 Belo Horizonte, Brazil
08.05.92 Curitiba, Brazil
09.05.92 Porto Alegre Auditorio Araujo Viana, Brazil
13.05.92 Cordoba, Brazil
15.05.92 Buenos Aires, Argentina
16.05.92 Buenos Aires, Argentina
17.05.92 Buenos Aires, Argentina
22.05.92 Caracas Mata De Coco Theatre, Venezuela
23.05.92 Caracas Mata De Coco Theatre, Venezuela
24.05.92 Mexico City Planteclan, Mexico
27.05.92 Puebla Convencion, Mexico
28.05.92 Mexico City Astros, Mexico
29.05.92 Guadalajara Fantasy, Mexico
30.05.92 Monterey Roxy, Mexico
03.06.92 Conception, Chile
04.06.92 Santiago, Brazil
06.06.92 Bogota, Columbia
07.06.92 Columbia or, possibly, Columbe, Ecuador
13.06.92 Athens, Greece - Ian Gillan joins Nazareth onstage for encores of "Smoke On The Water" and "Tush".
19.06.92 Helsinki Drag And Rock Festival, Finland
20.06.92 Heidenegg Sportstadion Summernight Festival, Switzerland - cancelled
25.06.92 Bern, Switzerland
26-27.06.92 Faroe Islands
05.07.92 Woughton Centre, Milton Keynes (now known as The Pitz) UK
01-02.08.92 Motorrad und Rockfestival, Germany - cancelled
23.08.92 Gampel, Switzerland - 4 new 'Repo Depo' songs premiered.
Recording sessions in Holland were interrupted by a call to rejoin Deep Purple in late August 1992. Some of the tracks that were being worked on were later rerecorded for the "Dreamcatcher" CD.
03.09.92 Braunschweig - cancelled
05.09.92 Plauen Festhalle, Germany
06.09.92 Heidelberg - cancelled
08.09.92 Sofia, Bulgaria
10.09.92 Varna, Bulgaria
13.09.92 Bucharest Festival, Romania
28.08.93 Thessaloniki Paok Stadium, Greece
30.08.93 Patrai, Greece
01.09.93 Athens, Greece.
Deep Purple (with Blackmore, then Satriani and then Morse)
Go to http://members.aol.com/nigelyoung/mark7.htm http://members.aol.com/nigelyoung/mark8.htm and http://members.aol.com/nigelyoung/mark9.htm for the continuation of the gig listing from 1993 onwards to early 1998.
A couple of items of other extra-curricular activity were the recording of The Javelins' album "Sole Agency And Representation" during January 1994 in Liverpool, UK and "Dreamcatcher" 08/02/04 ORPHEUM, VANCOUVER, CANADA
08/02/04 ORPHEUM, VANCOUVER, CANADA
Jim Furnell (Footballer, GK, Liverpool, Arsenal, Plymouth)