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PostPosted: Sat Oct 25, 2008 2:22 pm
  

BlunderVirgin

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Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Here's what I can find amost my ticket stubs that I can read clearly enough to know what they are. Thanks for the trip down memory lane :!:

Dec 10, 1982 - AG - The Bottom Line, New York, NY
Tue, Aug 28, 1984 - AG at Westbury Music Fair, Westbury, LI, NY
Sat, Nov 30, 1985 - AG at Carnegie Hall, NY (can't tell if it was with Pete or not)
Sat, Nov 28, 1987 - AG at Carnegie Hall, NY
Fri, July 15, 1988 - AG in Waterloo ("I-80 to exit 25 - Waterloo" - NJ?)
Sat, Nov 26, 1988 - AG at Carnegie Hall, NY
Sat, Jul 29, 1989 - AG, Snug Harbor, Staten Island, NY (outdoors)
Fri, Aug 4, 1989 - AG & Livingston Taylor (not together, but one after the other) - doesn't say where, just "Altec Lansing presents" and "at Bay Street door", but I think it was out on Long Island, NY (Sag Harbor, I believe)
Sat, Aug 5, 1989 - AG/Pete Seeger - Waterloo (NJ?)
Fri & Sat, Nov 24 & 25, 1989 - AG at Carnegie Hall, NY
Sat, Feb 10, 1990 - AG & Friends, Indian River Festival, Riverside Park, Vero Beach, FL
Tue, Apr 24, 1990 - Pete Seeger & AG - stub doesn't say where
Sat, Jun 30, 1990 - AG, Pete Seeger - Waterloo (NJ?)
Fri & Sat, Nov 23 & 24, 1990 - AG at Carnegie Hall, NY
Fri & Sat, Nov 29 & 30, 1991 - AG at Carnegie Hall, NY
Fri and Sat, Nov 27 & 28, 1992 - AG at Carnegie Hall, NY
Fri, Dec 4, 1992 - Carlisle Theatre Project presents AG, ATS Auditorium, Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA
Sat, Nov 27, 1993 - AG & Pete Seeger Together in Concert, Carnegie Hall, NY
Tues, Aug 8, 1990 - AG & Pete Seeger - Tanglewood - Shed, MA
Fri & Sat, Nov 25 & 26, 1994 - AG & Pete Seeger, Carnegie Hall, NY
Wed, Aug 9, 1995 - Pete Seeger & AG, Oakdale Theatre Wallingford Oak #70
Fri, Aug 11, 1995 - AG & Pete Seeger, Wolf Trap
Fri & Sat, Nov 24 & 25, 1995 - AG & Pete Seeger at Carnegie Hall, NY
Fri & Sat, May 17 & 18, 1996 - AG at The Bottom Line, New York, NY
Sat, Jul 6, 1996 - AG at Seasons Cabaret
Sat, Nov 30, 1996 - AG at Carnegie Hall, NY
Thu, Dec 12, 1996 - AG at Community Theatre, 100 South St, Morristown (NJ?)
Sat, Nov 22, 1997 - AG at Keswick Theatre, Easton Rd & Keswick Ave, PA
Sat, Nov 29, 1997 - AG at Carnegie Hall, NY


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 25, 2008 2:58 pm
  

BlunderVirgin

Joined: Sep 01, 1999
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Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
I knew there was a reason I saved so many of my ticket stubs - guess I should have read the whole topic before I wrote this - here it is in the desired format:

1982-12-10/ New York, NY/ The Bottom Line
1984-8-28/ Westbury, LI, NY/ Westbury Music Fair
1985-11-30/ New York, NY/ Carnegie Hall/ can't tell if it was with Pete or not)
1987-11-28/ New York, NY/ Carnegie Hall
1988-7-15/ Waterloo, NJ/ outdoor venue under a tent, ticket says ("I-80 to exit 25 - Waterloo" - NJ?)
1988-11-26/ New York, NY/ Carnegie Hall
1989-7-29/ Staten Island, NY/ Snug Harbor/ outdoors
1989-8-4/ Sag Harbor, Long Island, NY (I think)/ doesn't say where, just "Altec Lansing presents" and "at Bay Street door", but I think it was out on Long Island, NY (Sag Harbor, I believe)/ with Livingston Taylor (not together, but one after the other)
1989-8-5/ Waterloo, NJ/ see 1988 entry for location/ with Pete Seeger
198911-24 & 25/ New York, NY/ Carnegie Hall
1990-2-10 - Vero Beach, FL/ Indian River Festival, Riverside Park/ AG & Friends
1990-4-24/ Pete Seeger & AG - stub doesn't say where
1990-6-30/ Waterloo, NJ/ see 1988 entry for location - with Pete
1990-11-23 & 24/ New York, NY/ Carnegie Hall
1991-11-29 & 30, 1991/ New York, NY/ Carnegie Hall
1992-11-27 & 28/ New York, NY/ Carnegie Hall
1992-12-4/ Carlisle, PA/ ATS Auditotium, Dickinson College
1993-11-27/ New York, NY/ Carnegie Hall/ AG & Pete Seeger Together in Concert
1990-8-8/ Tanglewood (?), MA/ Tanglewood-Shed/ AG & Pete Seeger 1994-11-25 & 26/ New York, NY/ Carnegie Hall/ AG & Pete Seeger
1995-8-9/ Wallingford (?)/ Oakdale Theatre Wallingford Oak #70/ Pete Seeger & AG
1995-8-11/ (Vienna, VA?)/ Wolf Trap/ AG & Pete Seeger
1995-11-24 & 25/ New York, NY/ Carnegie Hall/ AG & Pete Seeger
1996-5-17 & 18/ New York, NY/ The Bottom Line
1996-7-6/ ?/ Seasons Cabaret
1996-11-30/ New York, NY/ Carnegie Hall
1996-12-12/ Morristown (NJ?)/ Community Theatre/ 100 South St
1997-11-22/ (Keswick?), PA/ Keswick Theatre/ Easton Rd & Keswick Ave
1997-11-29/ New York, NY/ Carnegie Hall


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 25, 2008 3:20 pm
  

BlunderVirgin

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Here's 2 more dates - I found a photo of the sign in the zoo announcing the concert - again, thanks for the memories - it was great looking through the photos from the trip - boy, I sure do miss everyone :!:

1992-6-20/ New Orleans, LA/ Audubon Zoo
1992-6-shortly before the 20th/ Mississippi River/ Delta Queen/ on the Delta Queen riverboat trip/ with most of Abe's band when they were called Lord Hill


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 25, 2008 4:08 pm
  

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Sounds like some neat shows. I have so many ticket stubs I can't even keep up with where they all are. I came across some in some of my purses...


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 14, 2009 12:42 pm
  

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haven't we decided that being out of our minds is a good thing sometimes? i think i remember hearing you mention something like that thursday night in baton rouge...


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 14, 2009 12:58 pm
  

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Being out of ones mind may allow other people to be in it. Which I suppose could cut both ways, being either good or bad. :? I also suppose it's better than being vacant no matter who is in there? :? :wink:


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 14, 2009 1:29 pm
  

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i always close the door behind me :wink:


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 5:46 pm
  

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Big Question:

I did a show in Chicago in 1969. We just found the tape - hilarious stuff. BUT I can't remember the venue. Does anyone remember or have knowledge of what the venue might have been. It sounds like a big hall - Symphony Hall or something like that. It was me on piano and guitar, and Bob Arkin on double bass. Any help?

adg


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 10:49 pm
  

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Here's one candidate:

11/21/69 Arlo Guthrie
Aragon Concert Archive
1106 Lawrence Ave., Chicago, IL


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 11:09 pm
  

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I've been looking for my cigar box of ticket stubs with no luck yet, but I did come across the program for a Pete and Arlo show I attended in Miami Beach (convention center) December 10th, 1980. The concert was dedicated to John Lennon, who was killed 2 days before.......the back page of the program was the photo from the cover of John's last record, "Starting Over"........


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 11:20 pm
  

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And there's this "Earl of Old Town". Googling that year and his name is a real tromp through things Arlo was a part of most of us only saw on the news.

There is a fellow who calls Alice Restaurant "Arlo's Yamulke" after describing his courtroom appearance at the Chicago 7 trial.

I hope Arlo writes a book.


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PostPosted: Fri May 01, 2009 8:55 am
  

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just to toss something in - pete seeger was at jazz fest in new orleans last weekend and was fanatastic! james taylor and EWF also there. this weekend is eye candy and good sounds - bon jovi and neil young...lol oh, and pete fountain there as well. mardi gras years ago, i "had" to kiss him to get a flower out of the arrangement he was carrying in a parade with his "half fast walking band". i believe pete seeger also gave an interview at "the interview tent" but i didn't get to that.


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PostPosted: Fri May 01, 2009 1:32 pm
  

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UPDATE

Now it looks at tho the tape is from a show on Long Island during 1969, probably early in the year. Probably at a college or university...

Any help there?

adg


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PostPosted: Fri May 01, 2009 8:25 pm
  

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Boss:

It appears in 1969 you were booked solid.

I've googled 11 layers deep and haven't been able to find a specific Long Island concert. Tough year to search because all the search terms pull toward two events mostly and the rest are pretty deep too, so without some more specifics, tough to pull out.

Someone there will have to find this one. Sorry!


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PostPosted: Sat May 30, 2009 6:07 pm
  

BlunderVirgin

Joined: Aug 05, 2008
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ADG, I want to make a contribution here, but I may need to post in 2 or more postings due to the brain strain I get from trying to be accurate, and if not entirely accurate, at least separate the inaccuracies from the outright hallucinations. I may delete some last names to protect some folks from my lack of solid recall.
For hard copy I rely on a newsletter published by the Berkshire Folk Music Society, titled the Berkshire Broadside, (the Berkshires are in Western Mass.), 1st issue published May 22,1965. In the 1st issue, there was an effort to organize the folkies into some sort of official group, and format where there would be individual performers and informal sing alongs, play alongs, and drink and smoke alongs, and this group persisted for 10 years or so, and thrived for maybe half that time.
In the 5/22/1965 Berkshire Broadside, mention was made of a group called the "Almanacs". Now I thought they were the "New Almanacs", because if you don't know who the Almanacs are, you should be ashamed of yourselves. So the "New" group was ADG, Geoff, and Paul. I remember 2 guitars and a banjo, but I also remember a guy with an upright bass, but this may be one of the previously mentioned hallucinations. So during 1965(and maybe 1964) this group played around the Berkshires, including at the Berkshire Museum.
Now mention was made in this BB from 5/22/65 of the upcoming tribute to Woody, which was 6/17-20 at Carnegie Hall. I may post a set list from this show later, but I assume this whole show was well documented.
In the 10/11/1965 BB there was this (this after high school graduation): " Geoff went to San Francisco to study guitar-making under an old time craftsman, Paul has entered the University of Jacksonville, and Arlo Guthrie is touring England with the Beatles and singing." I have it in print.
In a BB dated 1/10/1965 (but it must be 1966) there was this: "Arlo Guthrie and his manager , Chuck Bowbeer, recently visited Hank Grover (head of BFMS) en route to points North, South, East, and West. A list of where Arlo has been and will be : Jan.2 WHAT FM Philadelphia. Two hour radio show with Gene Shay; Jan. 13-16 "The Main Point", Bryn Mawr, PA; Jan 28 Town Hall, NY "Hoot"; Jan. 29 Madison Square - benefit Gas Light Cafe; Feb 2-6 "Poor Richards" TV and 2 radio shows and college dates (This is the time of the Chicago Folk Festival). Feb. and March-Ash Grove in LA.
And I know ADG did a pickup gig with a group called "From North" at Woody's Roadhouse probably in'68.
The brain strain has descended about me. More later. Peace. mike


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