Gig List 1967
YOUNGBLOODS GIG LIST 1967.
February 6-28, 1967 The Scene, New York, NY Tim Hardin.
March 7-12, 1967 Café Au Go Go, New York, NY The Paupers.
March 30, 1967 [unknown venue], Portland, OR Butterfield Blues Band, Country Joe and The Fish, Steve Miller Blues Band.
April 1 1967 New Dimensions Carousel Discotheque, Carbondale, IL.
Spring 67 [barn], Sterling, IL.
April 14, 1967 The Nines, Westport, CT. Soul Company, Left Banke
HULLABALOO (May 1967). “Gedman was invited to witness ‘a musical transfusion to the pop music scene’ as the invitation read, by THE YOUNGBLOODS. This was at The Georgian Ballroom at the Americana Hotel here (NY?) a while ago. If you know of THE YOUNGBLOODS at all, you will know how really exciting they are in live performance. I saw them for the first time at the Café Au Go Go in The Village and they really are something else“.
May 12, 1967 Ferris Booth Hall, Barnard College, Columbia College, NY.
May 14, 1967 Mt. Vernon High School, Mt. Vernon, NY.
May 18, 1967 "Coliseum" ABC-TV show.
“The Youngbloods played at my prep school's senior dance on May 20, 1967, The Loomis School, Windsor, Ct. I was impressed with how tight they were and it's funny: my most vivid memories of the material are the songs they did from "Earth Music" which was about 4 months from being released. They did two sets, and they opened the first one with "Euphoria", as I recall. I also specifically remember "Dreamer's Dream", "Too Much Monkey Business", and "Reason to Believe" (Jesse asking the crowd if any of us had ever heard of Tim Hardin. Well yeah.) I also specifically remember "Grizzly Bear" because of Banana's thick guitar tone on the solo, and "One Note Man", because I was interested in sorting out who was doing what on the break as Banana could get such a guitar like tone on his electric piano. I was excited about seeing them, and it couldn't have been more satisfying“. John Winship.
June 15-18, 1967 Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, CA. Siegal-Schwall Band
June 20-25 and June 27 to July 1, 1967 The Matrix, San Francisco, CA.
July 1, 1967 Mt. Tamalpais Outdoor Amphitheatre, Mill Valley, CA.
July 3-4, 1967 Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, CA. James Cotton Blues Band, Outlaw Blues Band.
July 13-15 1967 Avalon Ballroom, SF. Charlatans, Other Half, Emerald Tablet.
July 16 1967 Eucalyptus Grove, Canyon, CA. Country Joe & The Fish, Blackburn & Snow, Notes From The Underground, Paul Arnoldi.
July 17-19 1967 Whisky A Go Go, West Hollywood, CA. The Paupers.
July 21-22 1967 California Hall, SF, CA. Magic Fern, The Wildflower.
July 27, 30 1967 Avalon Ballroom, SF, CA. Blue Cheer, Captain Beefheart.
August 1-13 1967 Cafe Au Go Go, New York. Eric Anderson.
August 25 1967 Village Theater, New York. The Yardbirds, Jake Holmes.
September 1967, The Youngbloods move to Marin County, CA.
September 15-17 1967 Avalon Ballroom, SF, CA. The Other Half, Mad River.
September 22 1967 Eagles Auditorium, Seattle, WA. John Handy.
September 23 1967 Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA. Jefferson Airplane, Magic Fern, International Brick.
October 28-29 1967 Peacock Country Club, San Rafael, CA. Big Brother & The Holding Company, Vince Guaraldi Trio, Sopwith Camel, The Cycle, Tom & Lee. (29th only Chris Ibanez Trio, George Duke Trio).
November 10-12 1967 Avalon Ballroom, SF, CA. Mad River.
November 15 & 19 1967 Whisky A Go Go, West Hollywood, LA, CA. Things To Come.
November 25 1967 Earl warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA. Canned Heat, Merry Go Round, Clear Light.
November 27-29 1967 New Orleans House, Berkeley, CA. Paul Arnoldi.
December 1-3 1967 Western Front, SF, CA. Wildflower, Initial Shock.
December 27 1967 retinal Circus, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
December 28 1967 Kinsmen Fieldhouse, Edmonton, Canada. Wildflower, Pretty Bros, Graeme & The Wafers.
December 31 1967 Retinal Circus, Vancouver, Canada. Collectors, Papa bears, United Empire Loyalists, My Indole Ring.