JABase: Jefferson Airplane Set Lists, version 3.0

updated March 29, 2007

Changes in this version: check for a '#' for new or updated listings (added since version 2.4)

This list began as a compilation of a list posted in January 1995 by the late Johnny Blasi, and one I started compiling in 1988. Many errors have been corrected from the first version, and new sections have been added for radio and television broadcasts, movie appearances and known tapes. Any obvious errors are noted, such as several shows with the same date. Also, dates often suffer American/European transpositions, such as 11-2-69 being interpreted as November 2 or February 11.

The latest published version of this reference work can be found at Scott Abbot's Jefferson Airplane Homepage: http://home.myfairpoint.net/srabbot/airplane/

Special thanks to everyone who sent updates, including but not limited to: John Addie, Chip Chilton, Joey Covington, Dean Coy, Craig Fenton, Tom Hlousek, Adrian Johnson, Brian Moriarty, Bert Paul, Adam Schanke, Thomas Schmid, Mike Scotellaro, Michael Stelk, Lauren Taines, Dave Tamarkin, Jeff Tamarkin; and Johnny Blasi for getting it all started.

Some entries have been updated to agree with the listings in Craig Fenton's book "Take Me To A Circus Tent", although many entries here conflict with entries in Craig's book, due to additional new information not available when his book was written.

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This compilation is provided as a service to fans and collectors of Jefferson Airplane performances, and may be distributed freely, provided it is neither published nor sold for profit, and that this notice appears on all copies.

Copyright 2007 by Scott Abbot

KEY:

(Date and venue in parentheses) - show not held on this date, often a mislabeled recording or cancelled show

Asterisk (*) after date - indicates recordings of this show are known to be in circulation (although not necessarily the complete show)

Pound sign (#) before a date - new or changed listing

Contents

Jefferson Airplane concert dates, set lists and important dates

Radio Broadcasts

Television Broadcasts and known private filmings

Appearances in Films

Promotional Film Clips and Videos

Jefferson Airplane tapes in circulation

Venues Played

Commonly Mislabeled Tapes

Great Society concert dates and set lists

Birthdays of Band Members

Selected Bibliography

Concert Reviews

Supplements: Every Time Played, Song Index

1965 1966 1967 1968 1969
1970 1971 1972 1973 1974
1975 1977 1987 1989 1990
1992 1993 1996 1998  
         

 

Jefferson Airplane Set Lists

1965

August 13, 1965 (Friday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

First gig, opening night of the Matrix

#September 8, 1965 (Wednesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

Also with JC Burris

September 21, 1965 (Tuesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Opened for Lightning Hopkins

September 22, 1965 (Wednesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Opened for Lightning Hopkins

September 23, 1965 (Thursday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Opened for Lightning Hopkins

September 24, 1965 (Friday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Opened for Lightning Hopkins

September 25, 1965 (Saturday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Opened for Lightning Hopkins

September 26, 1965 (Sunday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Opened for Lightning Hopkins

#September 27, 1965 (Monday) - Circle Star Theatre, San Mateo CA

Also with the Animals

October ??, 1965* - unknown location

Chauffeur Blues

(could be 9-30-66)

October 16, 1965* (Saturday) - Longshoreman's Hall, San Francisco CA poster

(The Other Side of This Life, Bringing Me Down, And I Like It, Go To Her, Fat Angel)

"A Tribute To Dr. Strange"

Also with Great Society, The Charlatans, The Marbles

(Unlikely set list, since Fat Angel was written in '66. Recordings are possibly October 14, 15 or 16 1966, although this date is OK)

#October 24, 1965 (Sunday) - Harmon Gymnasium, University of California, Berkeley CA

Also with Larry Hankin

October 30, 1965 (Saturday) - Harmon Gymnasium, University of California, Berkeley CA

Jack Casady's first show, replacing Bob Harvey on bass.

November 6, 1965* (Saturday) - Calliope Ballroom, 924 Howard Street (loft), San Francisco CA handbill

It's No Secret, Tobacco Road, Runnin' Round This World

San Francisco Mime Troupe Appeal Party I, first Bill Graham production (A Tribute to Ming the Merciless)

Also with the Fugs, Sandy Bull, John Handy Quintet, the Committee, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg

December 10, 1965 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

San Francisco Mime Troupe Appeal Party II

First show at the Fillmore

Also with the Grateful Dead, Great Society, John Handy Quintet, Mystery Trend, Gentlemen's Band

December 16, 1965 (Thursday) - RCA Studio C, Hollywood CA

Runnin' Round This World, The Other Side of This Life, Lay Down Your Weary Tune, In The Morning, Tobacco Road, My Best Friend, Chauffeur Blues, Embryonic Journey, Let's Get Together, In The Midnight Hour, Let Me In, Run Around (uncensored)

Recording session for "Takes Off"

December 17, 1965 (Friday) - RCA Studio C, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Takes Off"

December 18, 1965 (Saturday) - RCA Studio C, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "High Flyin' Bird" and "It's No Secret"

1966

January 8, 1966 (Saturday) - California Hall, San Francisco CA poster

Also with The Charlatans

#January 9, 1966 (Sunday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

#January 11, 1966 (Tuesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

#January 12, 1966 (Wednesday) - Matrix, San Francsico CA

January 14, 1966* (Friday) - Kitsilano Theatre, Vancouver BC, Canada handbill1 handbill2

It's No Secret, The Other Side of This Life, Let's Get Together, Kansas City Blues, High Flying Bird, In the Midnight Hour

Also with the Tom Northcott Trio

January 15, 1966* (Saturday) - Kitsilano Theatre, Vancouver BC, Canada

Lay Down Your Weary Tune, Tobacco Road, Runnin' Round This World, Baby What You Want Me to Do, Bringing Me Down, I'd Feel a Whole Lot Better, It's No Secret, High Flying Bird, And I Like It, Go to Her

(this set may be from the 16th)

Also with the Tom Northcott Trio

January 16, 1966 (Sunday) - Kitsilano Theatre, Vancouver BC, Canada

Also with the Tom Northcott Trio

February ??, 1966 - "It's No Secret" / "Running 'Round This World" (US, RCA Victor 47-8679) released

February 4, 1966 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Bill Graham's first Fillmore show - also with Mystery Trend

February 5, 1966 (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Mystery Trend

February 6, 1966 (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Mystery Trend

#February 8, 1966 (Tuesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

#February 9, 1966 (Wednesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

#February 10, 1966 (Thursday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

#February 11, 1966 (Friday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

#February 12, 1966 (Saturday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

#February 13, 1966 (Sunday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

February 16, 1966 (Wednesday) - RCA Studio, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Runnin' 'Round This World"

February 19, 1966 (Saturday) - RCA Studio, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "And I Like It"

February 19, 1966 (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Family Dog Presents with Bill Graham, first Family Dog production

Also with Big Brother and the Holding Company

February 21, 1966 (Monday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Bringing Me Down"

February 25, 1966 (Friday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Chauffeur Blues" and "Tobacco Road"

February 26, 1966 (Saturday) - RCA Studio, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Let's Get Together"

February 28, 1966 (Monday) - RCA Studio, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Don't Slip Away"

March 4, 1966 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

Also with Quicksilver Messenger Service

March 5, 1966 (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

Also with Quicksilver Messenger Service

March 15, 1966 (Tuesday) - RCA Studio, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Come Up The Years"

March 16, 1966 (Wednesday) - RCA Studio, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Let Me In"

March 18, 1966 (Friday) - RCA Studio, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Blues From An Airplane"

March 21, 1966 (Monday) - RCA Studio, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Run Around"

March 25, 1966 (Friday) - Harmon Gymnasium, University of California, Berkeley CA poster

Vietnam Day Committee Peace Trip

Also with the Mystery Trend and The Morning Fog

March ?, 1966 - Civic Auditorium, San Jose CA

Opening for Ramsey Lewis Trio

April 1, 1966 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA handbill

April 2, 1966 (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA handbill

April 3, 1966 (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

Afternoon show

Also with The Hedds

April 7, 1966 (Thursday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

Also with Andrei Voznesensky, Lawrence Ferlinghetti

April 8, 1966 (Friday) - California Hall, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Quicksilver Messenger Service

April 11, 1966 (Monday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

April 12, 1966 (Tuesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

April 13, 1966 (Wednesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

April 15, 1966 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Also with the Butterfield Blues Band

April 16, 1966 (Saturday) - Harmon Gymnasium, University of California, Berkeley CA poster button

Also with the Butterfield Blues Band

April 17, 1966 (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Afternoon show

Also with the Butterfield Blues Band

April 29, 1966 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Lightnin' Hopkins, The Jaywalkers

#April 30, 1966 (Saturday) - Civic Auditorium, Stockton CA

University of the Pacific Mardi Gras Celebration

April 30, 1966 (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Lightnin' Hopkins

May ??, 1966 - "Come Up The Years" / "Blues From An Airplane" (US, RCA Victor 47-8848) released

May ??, 1966 - Skip Spence quits, forms Moby Grape later that year

May 6, 1966 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster handbill

Also with The Jaywalkers

May 7, 1966 (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster handbill

Also with The Jaywalkers

May 10, 1966 (Tuesday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

May 11, 1966 (Wednesday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

May 13, 1966 (Friday) - Coconut Ballroom, Santa Cruz CA

"Spring Thing"

May 22, 1966 (Sunday) - Cabana Hotel, Palo Alto CA review

Peninsula Volunteers "Step 'N Time" Gala

Also with Les Brown and His Band of Renown

#May 30, 1966 (Monday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

#May 31, 1966 (Tuesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

#June 1, 1966 (Wednesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

#June 2, 1966 (Thursday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

#June 3, 1966 (Friday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

June 4, 1966 (Saturday) - Exposition Auditorium, Civic Center, San Francisco CA poster1 poster2

Also with The E Types, William Penn and His Pals

#June 4, 1966 (Saturday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

#June 5, 1966 (Sunday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

June 10, 1966 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster handbill

Also with Great Society, Heavenly Blues Band

June 11, 1966 (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster handbill

Also with Great Society, Heavenly Blues Band

June 24, 1966 (Friday) - Cow Palace, Daly City CA poster

"KFRC Presents the Beach Boys Summer Spectacular"

Also with the Beach Boys, Lovin' Spoonful, Byrds, Percy Sledge, Neil Diamond, Chad and Jeremy, The Leaves, The Sunrays, The Outsiders, Sir Douglas Quintet

June ??, 1966 - Tivoli Ballroom, Seattle WA

June ??, 1966 - Tivoli Ballroom, Seattle WA

June ??, 1966 - Tivoli Ballroom, Seattle WA

(booked one week starting June 27, only three concerts were played)

July 1, 1966 (Friday) - Losers North, San Jose CA

Also with Jackie DeShannon

July 2, 1966 (Saturday) - Losers North, San Jose CA

Also with Jackie DeShannon

July 3, 1966 (Sunday) - Pauley Ballroom, University of California, Berkeley CA

"Dance Happening", also with Country Joe and the Fish, Greenbriar Boys

July 4, 1966 (Monday) - Greek Theatre, University of California, Berkeley CA poster

9th Berkeley Folk Festival

Also with Pete Seeger, Robert Pete Williams, John Fahey, Greenbriar Boys

July 15, 1966 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Also with the Grateful Dead

July 16, 1966 (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Also with the Grateful Dead

July 17, 1966 (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Afternoon show

Also with the Grateful Dead

July 22, 1966* (Friday) - Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco CA poster1 poster2 handbill1 handbill2 handbill3

Bringing Me Down, Today, Runnin' Round This World, Fat Angel, Things are Better in the East, It's No Secret, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Leave You Alone, She Has Funny Cars, High Flying Bird, And I Like It, Let's Get Together

(this tape may be a mix of 10-66, 2-67 and 3-67 tapes)

Also with Great Society

July 23, 1966 (Saturday) - Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco CA poster1 poster2 handbill1 handbill2 handbill3

Also with Great Society

#July 26, 1966 (Sunday) - Cow Palace, Daly City CA

Opening for the Rolling Stones, also with Sopwith Camel, the Trade Winds, The McCoys, The Standells

July 29, 1966 (Friday) - Rollarena, San Leandro CA

Also with The Soul Venders and The System of Soul

August 2, 1966 (Tuesday) - Losers South, San Jose CA poster

Also with Big Brother and the Holding Company

August 3, 1966 (Wednesday) - Losers South, San Jose CA poster

Also with Big Brother and the Holding Company

August 4, 1966 (Thursday) - Losers South, San Jose CA poster

Also with Big Brother and the Holding Company

August 5, 1966 (Friday) - Losers South, San Jose CA poster

Also with Great Society

August 12, 1966 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster handbill

Also with the Grateful Dead

August 13, 1966 (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster handbill

Also with the Grateful Dead

August 17, 1966 (Wednesday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

"Mod Hatter Fashion Show"

Also with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Mimi Farina, The Only Alternative and His Other Possibility

August ??, 1966 - Mother Blues, Chicago IL

September ??, 1966 - "Bringing Me Down" / "Let Me In" (US, RCA Victor 47-8967) released

September 1, 1966 (Thursday) - "Takes Off" (US, RCA Victor LPM-3584, LSP-3584) released

September 2, 1966 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Also with PH Factor Jugband, Andrew Staples

September 3, 1966 (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Evening show, also with PH Factor Jugband, Andrew Staples

September 11, 1966 (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Benefit for Both/And Jazz Club

Also with Jon Hendricks Trio, Elvin Jones, Joe Henderson Quartet, Big Mama Thornton, Denny Zeitlin Trio, Great Society, Wildflower

#September 17, 1966 (Saturday) - Monterey Jazz Festival, Monterey Fairgrounds, Monterey CA photo

"Nothing But the Blues" afternoon show

Also with Jon Hendricks, Jimmy Rushing, Shakey Horton, Memphis Slim, Big Mama Thornton, Muddy Waters, Butterfield Blues Band

September 20, 1966 (Tuesday) - unknown location

September 23, 1966 (Friday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster1 poster2 handbill postcard

First Bill Graham show at Winterland

Also with Butterfield Blues Band, Muddy Waters

September 24, 1966 (Saturday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster1 poster2 handbill postcard

Also with Butterfield Blues Band, Muddy Waters

September 25, 1966 (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster1 poster2 handbill postcard

Afternoon show

Also with Butterfield Blues Band, Muddy Waters

September 30, 1966* (Friday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster1 poster2 handbill postcard

1: The Other Side Of This Life, Tobacco Road, Kansas City Blues, Run Around, It's No Secret

2: Go To Her, Runnin' Round This World, Don't Slip Away, Come Up The Years, Bringing Me Down, High Flying Bird, Fat Angel, Chauffeur Blues, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

Also with Butterfield Blues Band, Muddy Waters

October 1, 1966* (Saturday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster1 poster2 handbill postcard

Also with Butterfield Blues Band, Muddy Waters

October 2, 1966* (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster1 poster2 handbill postcard

Don't Slip Away, Come Up the Years, Kansas City Blues, It's Alright, And I Like It, It's No Secret

Afternoon show

Also with Butterfield Blues Band, Muddy Waters

October 5, 1966?* (Wednesday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA

(not verified)

October 6, 1966 (Thursday) - Basketball Pavilion, Stanford University, Palo Alto CA review

Also with the Butterfield Blues Band

October 7, 1966* (Friday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster

Take Off Jam, Go to Her, Don't Slip Away, And I Like It, High Flying Bird, Fat Angel

Also with Butterfield Blues Band, Grateful Dead

#October 8, 1966 (Saturday) - Pacific Jazz Festival, Orange County Fairgrounds, Costa Mesa CA

Afternoon show, also with Jon Hendricks, Jimmy Rushing, Shakey Horton, Memphis Slim, Big Mama Thornton, Muddy Waters, Butterfield Blues Band

October 8, 1966 (Saturday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster

Evening show, also with Butterfield Blues Band, Grateful Dead

October 9, 1966 (Sunday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA

Afternoon show

Also with Butterfield Blues Band, Grateful Dead

October 14, 1966* (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

1: Go To Her, Runnin' Round this World, Let Me In

2: The Other Side of This Life, Let's Get Together, Bringing Me Down, And I Like It, It's Alright, Jam, Go to Her, It's No Secret

Also with Butterfield Blues Band, Big Mama Thornton

Bill Graham introduction, set 1: "The Haight-Ashbury version of the United States Air Force, Jefferson Airplane", set 2: "The leader of the opposition, Jefferson Airplane"

October 15, 1966* (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Runnin' Round this World, Tobacco Road, Come Up The Years, Go To Her, Fat Angel, And I Like It, Chauffeur Blues, High Flying Bird

Signe's Last Show

Also with Butterfield Blues Band, Big Mama Thornton

October 16, 1966* (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Let Me In, Run Around, It's No Secret, In the Morning, My Best Friend, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Bringing Me Down, And I Like It, Go to Her, Fat Angel

Afternoon show - Grace's first show

(some sources say this show was cancelled, but more reliable sources claim Grace's first show was the day after Signe left the band, implying they did this show)

Also with Butterfield Blues Band, Big Mama Thornton

#October 19, 1966 (Wednesday) - Civic Auditorium, San Francisco CA

"Fol De Rol Goes Pop!!", Sponsored by the San Francisco Opera Guild

JA performed one song during the show, and a set afterwards (also with Ray Hackett)

October 22, 1966 (Saturday) - University of California, Santa Barbara CA

October ??, 1966* - Matrix, San Francisco CA

3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Fat Angel, And I Like It, It's Alright, It's No Secret, Tobacco Road

or

It's No Secret, Runnin' Round This World, Don't Slip Away, Come Up The Years, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, The Other Side of This Life

or

Don't Slip Away, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds,  The Other Side of This Life, Come Up The Years

(these lists are for some of the following Matrix shows)

(#October 23, 1966 (Sunday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA) poster

Although listed on the poster, JA did not play the Matrix on this date.

October 24, 1966 (Monday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Also with The Only Alternative and His Other Possibilities

October 25, 1966 (Tuesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Also with The Only Alternative and His Other Possibilities

October 26, 1966* (Wednesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Also with The Only Alternative and His Other Possibilities

October 27, 1966 (Thursday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Also with The Only Alternative and His Other Possibilities

October 28, 1966 (Friday) - Slip Madigan Memorial Gymnasium, St. Mary's College, Moraga CA poster

Also with Patty Phillips and the Chosen Four

October 30, 1966 (Sunday) - Harmon Gymnasium, University of California, Berkeley CA poster1 poster2

Also with Larry Hankin of the Committee

October 31, 1966 (Monday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "She Has Funny Cars", "My Best Friend"

November 1, 1966 (Tuesday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Plastic Fantastic Lover"

November 2, 1966 (Wednesday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Today"

November 3, 1966 (Thursday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "White Rabbit"

November 4, 1966 (Friday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds"

November 6, 1966* (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

"Edwardian Ball"

(often mislabeled as Grace Slick's first show)

(recordings with this date may be October 16, 1966)

November 9, 1966 (Wednesday) - Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver BC, Canada

Also with Tom Northcott Trio, Muddy Waters

November 14, 1966 (Monday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "J. P. P. McStep B. Blues", "How Do You Feel"

November 15, 1966 (Tuesday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Somebody To Love", "D.C.B.A."

November 16, 1966 (Wednesday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Comin' Back To Me"

November 16, 1966?* (Wednesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

She Has Funny Cars, And I Like It, Let's Get Together, High Flyin' Bird

(not verified - probably 10/66)

November 17, 1966 (Thursday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Go To Her"

November 19, 1966 (Saturday) - Gymnasium, University of San Francisco, San Francisco CA

November 21, 1966 (Monday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "In The Morning"

November 22, 1966 (Tuesday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Embryonic Journey"

November 25, 1966* (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

3/5 of a Mile In 10 Seconds, The Other Side Of This Life, Tobacco Road, J. P. P. McStep B. Blues, She Has Funny Cars, Fat Angel, Plastic Fantastic Lover, In The Morning, Somebody To Love, Let's Get Together*

Also with James Cotton Blues Band, Moby Grape

(* Craig Fenton claims this is from 10/14/66)

November 26, 1966* (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

The Other Side of This Life, Bringing Me Down, And I Like It, Go to Her, Fat Angel, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Today, White Rabbit

Also with James Cotton Blues Band, Moby Grape

November 27, 1966* (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

My Grandfather's Clock, The Other Side of This Life, Let's Get Together

Afternoon show

Also with James Cotton Blues Band, Moby Grape

November 28, 1966 (Monday) - Whiskey A Go Go, Hollywood CA

November 29, 1966 (Tuesday) - Whiskey A Go Go, Hollywood CA

November 30, 1966 (Wednesday) - Whiskey A Go Go, Hollywood CA

December 1, 1966 (Thursday) - Whiskey A Go Go, Hollywood CA

Also with Peanut Butter Conspiracy

December 2, 1966 (Friday) - Whiskey A Go Go, Hollywood CA

Also with Peanut Butter Conspiracy

December 3, 1966 (Saturday) - Whiskey A Go Go, Hollywood CA

Also with Peanut Butter Conspiracy

December 4, 1966 (Sunday) - Whiskey A Go Go, Hollywood CA

Also with Peanut Butter Conspiracy

#December 5, 1966 (Monday) - Whiskey A Go Go, Hollywood CA

Also with Peanut Butter Conspiracy

#December 6, 1966 (Tuesday) - Whiskey A Go Go, Hollywood CA

Also with Peanut Butter Conspiracy

#December 7, 1966 (Wednesday) - Whiskey A Go Go, Hollywood CA

Also with Peanut Butter Conspiracy

#December 8, 1966 (Thursday) - Whiskey A Go Go, Hollywood CA

Also with Peanut Butter Conspiracy

#December 9, 1966 (Friday) - Whiskey A Go Go, Hollywood CA

Also with Peanut Butter Conspiracy

#December 10, 1966 (Saturday) - Whiskey A Go Go, Hollywood CA

Also with Peanut Butter Conspiracy

#December 11, 1966 (Sunday) - Whiskey A Go Go, Hollywood CA

Also with Peanut Butter Conspiracy

#December 12, 1966 (Monday) - Whiskey A Go Go, Hollywood CA

Also with Peanut Butter Conspiracy

December 16, 1966 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Junior Wells Chicago Blues Band, Tim Rose

December 17, 1966 (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Junior Wells Chicago Blues Band, Tim Rose

December 18, 1966 (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Afternoon show

Also with Junior Wells Chicago Blues Band, Tim Rose

#December 28, 1966 (Wednesday) - Civic Auditorium, San Francisco CA

Opening for the Beach Boys, also with The Seeds, Sopwith Camel, Music Machine, Royal Guardsmen

December 30, 1966 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster handbill

Also with Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service

December 31, 1966* (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster handbill

It's No Secret*, The Other Side of This Life*, Let's Get Together*, Let Me In*, Today*, Bringing Me Down, Runnin' Round This World, Tobacco Road, Run Around

Also with Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service

(* probably from Toronto 8/4/67)

1967

January ??, 1967 - "My Best Friend" / "How Do You Feel?" (US, RCA Victor 47-9063) released

#January 8, 1967* (Sunday) - RCA Promotional Party, Webster Hall, Greenwich Village, New York NY

And I Like It, Go to Her, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Hate to See You Go, East-West

Also with Mike Bloomfield and Mark Naftalin

#January 11, 1967 (Wednesday) - Basin Street West, San Francisco CA

Also with Dizzy Gillespie Quintet

#January 12, 1967 (Thursday) - Basin Street West, San Francisco CA

Also with Dizzy Gillespie Quintet

#January 13, 1967 (Friday) - Basin Street West, San Francisco CA

Also with Dizzy Gillespie Quintet

January 14, 1967 (Saturday) - Polo Field, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco CA poster poster2 handbill

Great Human Be-In

Afternoon show, also with the Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Country Joe and the Fish, Charlatans

#January 14, 1967 (Saturday) - Basin Street West, San Francisco CA

Also with Dizzy Gillespie Quintet

#January 15, 1967 (Sunday) - Basin Street West, San Francisco CA

Also with Dizzy Gillespie Quintet

#January 16, 1967 (Monday) - Basin Street West, San Francisco CA

Also with Dizzy Gillespie Quintet

#January 17, 1967 (Tuesday) - Basin Street West, San Francisco CA

Also with Dizzy Gillespie Quintet

#January 18, 1967 (Wednesday) - Basin Street West, San Francisco CA

Also with Dizzy Gillespie Quintet

#January 19, 1967 (Thursday) - Basin Street West, San Francisco CA

Also with Dizzy Gillespie Quintet

#January 20, 1967 (Friday) - Basin Street West, San Francisco CA

Also with Dizzy Gillespie Quintet

#January 21, 1967 (Saturday) - Basin Street West, San Francisco CA

Also with Dizzy Gillespie Quintet

#January 22, 1967 (Sunday) - Basin Street West, San Francisco CA

Also with Dizzy Gillespie Quintet

January 26, 1967 (Thursday) - Santa Venetia Armory, San Rafael CA poster

Also with The Morning Glory

February ??, 1967 - "Somebody To Love" / "She Has Funny Cars" (US, RCA Victor 47-9140) released

February 3, 1967* (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

(It's No Secret, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Runnin' Round this World, Somebody To Love, Today, Let's Get Together, The Other Side of This Life, Fat Angel, Go To Her, She Has Funny Cars)

(recordings circulating of this date appear to be a compilation of various Fillmore shows, probably 9-30-66 and 2-4-67)

Also with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Dino Valenti

#February 4, 1967* (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

1: Somebody to Love, Let's Get Together, Let Me In, And I Like It, Jam, White Rabbit, Plastic Fantastic Lover, She Has Funny Cars

2: Jam, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Fat Angel, Somebody to Love, The Other Side of This Life, Bringing Me Down, And I Like It, It's Alright, Jam, It's No Secret

Also with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Dino Valenti

(recordings of this date are sometimes mislabeled April 2, 1967, or have tracks from August 5, 1967 tacked on the end)

(Set 2 not verified but listed by Fenton)

February 5, 1967 (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Fat Angel, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

"Strike Benefit" - afternoon show

Also with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Dino Valenti, Country Joe and the Fish, Loading Zone

February 8, 1967* (Wednesday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

(not verified)

#February ??, 1967 - Swarthmore College, Swarthmore PA

Tim Buckley opened

#February 21, 1967 (Tuesday) - Cafe au Go-Go, New York NY

First night of a two week run

#February 22, 1967 (Wednesday) - Cafe au Go-Go, New York NY

#February 23, 1967 (Thursday) - Cafe au Go-Go, New York NY

#February 24, 1967 (Friday) - Cafe au Go-Go, New York NY

#February 25, 1967 (Saturday) - Cafe au Go-Go, New York NY

#February 26, 1967 (Sunday) - Cafe au Go-Go, New York NY

#February 27, 1967 (Monday) - Cafe au Go-Go, New York NY

#February 28, 1967 (Tuesday) - Cafe au Go-Go, New York NY

#March 1, 1967 (Wednesday) - Cafe au Go-Go, New York NY

#March 2, 1967 (Thursday) - Cafe au Go-Go, New York NY

#March 3, 1967 (Friday) - Cafe au Go-Go, New York NY

(March 3, 1967* (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA)

(Jam, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Fat Angel, Somebody to Love, High Flying Bird)

(unlikely date since they were playing in New York on this date - August 5, 1967 is the most likely date)

#March 4, 1967* (Saturday) - Cafe au Go-Go, New York NY

It's No Secret, Let's Get Together, White Rabbit, Bringing Me Down, My Best Friend, Come Back Baby, And I Like It, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Somebody to Love > Leave You Alone, Tobacco Road, Runnin' Round this World, Rock Me Baby, Today, High Flying Bird

#March 5, 1967 (Sunday) - Cafe au Go-Go, New York NY

Also with Tim Buckley, The Paupers, Charles Lloyd

#March 6, 1967 (Monday) - Cafe au Go-Go, New York NY

March 7, 1967 (Tuesday) - RCA Studio B, New York NY

Recording session for "Come Back Baby"

March 10, 1967* (Friday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster

1: And I Like It, Don't Slip Away, Tobacco Road, Somebody To Love > Leave You Alone

2: High Flying Bird, She Has Funny Cars, Let Me In, My Best Friend, Come Back Baby, White Rabbit, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

Also with Jimmy Reed, John Lee Hooker, Stu Gardner Trio

March 11, 1967* (Saturday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster

1: My Best Friend, Come Back Baby, Today, Don't Slip Away, Plastic Fantastic Lover, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

2: The Other Side of This Life, Let's Get Together, Bringing Me Down, Today, Runnin' Round This World, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Fat Angel, Thing, It's No Secret

Also with Jimmy Reed, John Lee Hooker, Stu Gardner Trio

(sometimes mislabeled as November 27, 1967)

March 12, 1967* (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

It's No Secret, White Rabbit, Bringing Me Down, Don't Let Me Down, Jam > Leave You Alone, Today, She Has Funny Cars, High Flying Bird, And I Like It, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, My Best Friend, Come Back Baby

Afternoon show

Also with Jimmy Reed, John Lee Hooker, Stu Gardner Trio

March 16, 1967 (Thursday) - Jack Casady arrested for possession of marijuana in Big Sur

#March 19, 1967 (Sunday) - Concert Hall, Mills College, Oakland CA

March 25, 1967 (Saturday) - "Surrealistic Pillow" (US, RCA Victor LPM-3766, LSP-3766) released

April 7, 1967 (Friday) - Gymnasium, University of San Francisco, San Francisco CA

Also with Buffalo Springfield

April 9, 1967 (Sunday) - The Cheetah, Santa Monica Pier, Venice CA

Two shows, also with the Doors

#April 11, 1967 (Tuesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Sparrow

April 12, 1967 (Wednesday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster1 poster2

Afternoon show, "Busted" Benefit for San Francisco Mime Troupe

Also with Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Moby Grape, Andrew Staples, Loading Zone

#April 12, 1967 (Wednesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Sparrow

#April 13, 1967 (Thursday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Sparrow

April 14, 1967 (Friday) - Kaleidoscope, Hollywood CA poster

Also with the Grateful Dead, Canned Heat

April 15, 1967 (Saturday) - Kaleidoscope, Hollywood CA poster

Also with the Grateful Dead, Canned Heat

#April 15, 1967 (Saturday) - "Boss City" TV show

Also with the Byrds

April 16, 1967 (Sunday) - Kaleidoscope, Hollywood CA poster

Also with the Grateful Dead, Canned Heat

#April 18, 1967 (Tuesday) - Unicorn Coffee House, Boston MA

#April 19, 1967 (Tuesday) - Unicorn Coffee House, Boston MA

#April 20, 1967 (Tuesday) - Unicorn Coffee House, Boston MA

#April 21, 1967 (Tuesday) - Unicorn Coffee House, Boston MA

#April 22, 1967 (Tuesday) - Unicorn Coffee House, Boston MA

#April 23, 1967 (Tuesday) - Unicorn Coffee House, Boston MA

#April 24, 1967 (Tuesday) - Unicorn Coffee House, Boston MA

#April 25, 1967 (Tuesday) - Unicorn Coffee House, Boston MA

#April 26, 1967 (Tuesday) - Unicorn Coffee House, Boston MA

#April 27, 1967 (Tuesday) - Unicorn Coffee House, Boston MA

#April 28, 1967 (Tuesday) - Unicorn Coffee House, Boston MA

#April 29, 1967 (Tuesday) - Unicorn Coffee House, Boston MA

#April 30, 1967 (Tuesday) - Unicorn Coffee House, Boston MA

May 6, 1967 (Saturday) - Greek Theatre, University of California, Berkeley CA newspaper ad poster

Also with Dick Gregory

Benefit for a summer camp for underprivileged children

May 7, 1967 (Sunday) - Freeborn Hall, University of California, Davis CA

Also with the Steve Miller Blues Band

May 7, 1967* (Sunday) - "Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" TV show, CBS Studios, Hollywood CA

Somebody to Love, White Rabbit

(live vocals to studio backing track)

("Somebody to Love" broadcast May 7, "White Rabbit" broadcast June 25, CBS-TV)

?May ??, 1967? - "Spring Thing", Santa Cruz CA

May 12, 1967* (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

The Other Side of This Life, Runnin' Round This World, She Has Funny Cars, High Flying Bird, Tobacco Road, Let's Get Together, White Rabbit, Comin' Back to Me, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon

(uncertain date for this set, could be the 13th or 14th)

(included in the "Jefferson Airplane Loves You" box set)

Also with the Paupers

May 13, 1967 (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Also with the Paupers

May 14, 1967 (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Afternoon show

Also with the Paupers

May 18, 1967 (Thursday) - Civic Auditorium, San Jose CA

Also with Rainy Daze, Acapulco Gold, Chocolate Watchband, Lewis and Clark Expedition

May 19, 1967* (Friday) - Men's Gym, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo CA

1: The Other Side of This Life, Let's Get Together, She Has Funny Cars, White Rabbit, Let Me In, Today, Young Girl Sunday Blues, Somebody To Love

2: Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Tobacco Road, Runnin' Round This World, And I Like It > jam, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Come Back Baby, White Rabbit, It's No Secret

Also with Circus

#May 20, 1967 (Saturday) - "Boss City" TV show

Also with Gale Garnett, Brenton Woods, The Doors

May 20, 1967 (Saturday) - Birmingham High School Stadium, Van Nuys CA poster

Also with the Doors, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Peanut Butter Conspiracy, Merry Go Round, and "Pepsi Boss Battle of the Bands"

#May 21, 1967 (Sunday) - Mission Garden, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara CA

Afternoon show

#May 21, 1967 (Sunday) - Selland Arena, Fresno CA

Evening show

May 27, 1967 (Saturday) - Richmond Arena, Richmond BC, Canada poster

Vancouver Trips Festival

Also with Collectors, Painted Ship, Magic Fern

May 28, 1967 (Sunday) - Memorial Coliseum, Portland OR poster

Also with PH Factor, Magic Fern, The Byrds

May 29, 1967 (Monday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA

May 30, 1967 (Tuesday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA

HALO: Haight-Ashbury Legal Organization benefit

Also with the Grateful Dead, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Charlatans

June 3, 1967* (Saturday) - American Bandstand, ABC-TV Studios, Hollywood CA

White Rabbit, Somebody to Love

(lip-sync to studio tracks)

TV broadcast, ABC

#June 3, 1967 (Saturday) - Contra Costa College, San Pablo CA

Also with the Overlook Express

#June 6, 1967 (Tuesday) - "White Rabbit" / "Plastic Fantastic Lover" (US, RCA Victor 47-9248) released

June 6, 1967* (Tuesday) - unknown location

#June 9, 1967 (Friday) - Wonderland Skating Rink, Fresno CA

White Rabbit, Let's Get Together, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Tobacco Road, Somebody to Love, Comin' Back to Me

(incomplete list)

Also with the Lavender Hill Mob, The 5 O'Clock News Hour

June 11, 1967 (Sunday) - Cushing Memorial Theater, Mt. Tamalpais State Park, Mill Valley CA photo poster1 poster2 poster3

Afternoon show

KFRC Fantasy Fair and Magic Music Festival - Benefit for Hunter's Point Child Care Center

Also with the Byrds, PF Sloan, the Seeds, Grassroots, Loading Zone, Tim Buckley, Every Mother's Son, Sons of Champlin, Merry Go Round, Hugh Masakela, Steve Miller Blues Band, Country Joe and the Fish, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band, Lamp of Childhood, Mystery Trend, Penny Nichols, New Salvation Army Band

(rescheduled from June 3 due to weather)

#June 11, 1967 (Sunday) - Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara CA

Evening show

June 17, 1967* (Saturday) - Monterey Pop Festival, Monterey Fairgrounds, Monterey CA poster

Somebody To Love, The Other Side Of This Life, White Rabbit, High Flying Bird, Today, She Has Funny Cars, Young Girl Sunday Blues, Ballad Of You And Me And Pooneil

June 19, 1967 (Monday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA

(June 20, 1967 (Tuesday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA)

(also with Jimi Hendrix, Gabor Szabo)

(June 21, 1967 (Wednesday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA)

(also with Jimi Hendrix, Gabor Szabo)

(recordings with this date are actually Toronto 8-5-67)

(June 22, 1967 (Thursday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA)

(also with Jimi Hendrix, Gabor Szabo)

(June 23, 1967 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA)

(also with Jimi Hendrix, Gabor Szabo)

(June 24, 1967 (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA)

(also with Jimi Hendrix, Gabor Szabo)

(June 25, 1967 (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA)

(also with Jimi Hendrix, Gabor Szabo)

(JA supposedly didn't play the June 20 - 25 dates allegedly due to Grace's illness, and were replaced by Big Brother and the Holding Company)

June 26 - 27, 1967 (Monday - Tuesday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil"

June 28 - 29, 1967 (Wednesday - Thursday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Two Heads"

June 30, 1967 (Friday) - Ford Auditorium, Detroit MI poster1 poster2 poster3

Also with The Rationals, The Apostles, MC5, Ourselves

July 1, 1967 (Saturday) - Civic Opera House, Chicago IL

Also with Peanut Butter Conspiracy

July 2, 1967 (Sunday) - Field House, Beloit College, Beloit WI

#July 7, 1967* (Friday) - Fantasy Fayre, Los Angeles CA

Somebody to Love, She Has Funny Cars, Young Girl Sunday Blues, Martha, Two Heads, It's No Secret, Don't Let Me Down, Today, Jam, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, White Rabbit

(may be 9/15/67)

July 13, 1967 (Thursday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Young Girl Sunday Blues"

July 15, 1967 (Saturday) - Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim CA

Two shows, also with the Doors, Merry Go Round

July 16, 1967 (Sunday) - Devonshire Meadows Raceway, Cal State, Northridge CA poster

Fantasy Farye and Magic Music Festival

Also with the Doors, Country Joe and the Fish, Butterfield Blues Band, Mothers, Canned Heat, Iron Butterfly, Grassroots, Kaleidoscope, New Delhi River Band, Sunshine Company, Powers of Evil, Solid State, Morning Glory, Second Coming, Rubber Maze, New Breed, Trans-Atlantic Flash

#July 19, 1967 (Wednesday) - Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis MN poster

Happening '67

Also with Buffalo Springfield, Electric Prunes, Shadows of Knight

July 22, 1967 (Saturday) - Convention Hall, Asbury Park NJ

Also with Peanut Butter Conspiracy

July 23, 1967 (Sunday) - Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto ONT, Canada

Free show, also with Luke & the Apostles, Spring Garden Road

July 27, 1967 (Thursday) - Broadmoor International Center, Colorado Springs CO

Fat Angel, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

July 28, 1967 (Friday) - Broadmoor International Center, Colorado Springs CO

July 29, 1967 (Saturday) - Broadmoor International Center, Colorado Springs CO

Two shows

July 31, 1967 (Monday) - O'Keefe Centre, Toronto ONT, Canada poster

Somebody to Love

"Bill Graham Presents the San Francisco Scene in Toronto"

Also with the Grateful Dead, Luke and the Apostles

August ??, 1967 - "Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil" / "Two Heads" (US, RCA Victor 47-9297) released

August 1, 1967 (Tuesday) - O'Keefe Centre, Toronto ONT, Canada poster

"Bill Graham Presents the San Francisco Scene in Toronto"

Also with the Grateful Dead, Luke and the Apostles

Free show

August 2, 1967 (Wednesday) - O'Keefe Centre, Toronto ONT, Canada poster

"Bill Graham Presents the San Francisco Scene in Toronto"

Also with the Grateful Dead, Luke and the Apostles

Afternoon show

August 3, 1967 (Thursday) - O'Keefe Centre, Toronto ONT, Canada poster

"Bill Graham Presents the San Francisco Scene in Toronto"

Also with the Grateful Dead, Luke and the Apostles

August 4, 1967 (Friday) - Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto ONT, Canada

Afternoon show

#August 4, 1967 (Friday) - O'Keefe Centre, Toronto ONT, Canada poster

She Has Funny Cars, Bringing Me Down, High Flying Bird, White Rabbit, Come Back Baby, Runnin' 'Round This World, Tobacco Road, Run Around, It's No Secret

"Bill Graham Presents the San Francisco Scene in Toronto"

Also with the Grateful Dead, Luke and the Apostles

Evening show

(note: JA did not play Losers, San Jose on August 3, 4, or 5 1967 - see August 2-5 1966)

August 5, 1967* (Saturday) - O'Keefe Centre, Toronto ONT, Canada poster

She Has Funny Cars, Bringing Me Down, High Flying Bird, White Rabbit, Come Back Baby, It's No Secret, The Other Side Of This Life, Let's Get Together, Let Me In, Today, Jorma's Bangs Rap, Go To Her, Spare Chaynge, 3/5 of a Mile In 10 Seconds, Fat Angel, Somebody To Love

"Bill Graham Presents the San Francisco Scene in Toronto"

Also with the Grateful Dead, Luke and the Apostles

Afternoon show

(note: tapes of this show are often listed as Losers, San Jose, Fillmore, Winterland, or the Matrix)

August 6, 1967 (Sunday) - Place Ville Marie, Montreal QUE, Canada

Free afternoon show - Grateful Dead opened

August 6, 1967 (Sunday) - Expo 67, Montreal QUE, Canada

Evening show - Grateful Dead opened

#August 9, 1967 (Wednesday) - St. John Terrell's Music Circus, Lambertville NJ

August ??, 1967 - Eastman Theatre, Rochester NY

White Rabbit

(August ??, 1967 - Newport Pop Festival, Costa Mesa CA)

(see August 4 1968)

August 22, 1967 (Tuesday) - (Civic Auditorium?), Bakersfield CA

August 29, 1967 (Tuesday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Martha"

August 30, 1967 (Wednesday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "The Last Wall of the Castle"

September 1, 1967 (Friday) - Community Concourse, San Diego CA

Also with The Seeds, Marsha and the Esquires

September 5, 1967 (Tuesday) - rehearsals

(may be October 5 1967)

(September 5, 1967 (Tuesday) - bootlegs with a Fillmore or Winterland show for this date are actually 10-14-67)

September 6, 1967 (Wednesday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Watch Her Ride"

September 11, 1967 (Monday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Wild Tyme"

September 14, 1967* (Thursday) - "The O'Keefe Centre Presents: The Rock Scene: Like It Is", O'Keefe Centre, Toronto ONT, Canada

White Rabbit, Two Heads, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

Hosted by Noel Harrison, also with the Doors, Dionne Warwisk, Sergio Mendes and Brasil 66, Eric Andersen

(lip-sync to studio tracks)

TV broadcast, CBC, October 16, 1967

#September 15, 1967* (Friday) - Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood CA poster

Somebody to Love, She Has Funny Cars, Young Girl Sunday Blues, Martha, Two Heads, It's No Secret, Don't Let Me Down, Today, Jam, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, White Rabbit

"Bill Graham Presents the San Francisco Scene in Los Angeles"

Also with the Grateful Dead, Big Brother and the Holding Company didn't show up

September 22, 1967 (Friday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Rejoyce"

September 23, 1967 (Saturday) - Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle WA poster

"Saturday Night at the Fillmore"

Also with the Youngbloods, Magic Fern, International Brick

September 28, 1967 (Thursday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Mother Earth, Flamin' Groovies

September 29, 1967 (Friday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Mother Earth, Flamin' Groovies

September 30, 1967 (Saturday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Mother Earth, Flamin' Groovies

#October 3, 1967 (Tuesday) - The Tonight Show, NBC-TV Studios, Burbank CA

Somebody To Love, White Rabbit

(also appearing: Bill Dana, Phil Harris, Desi Arnaz)

TV broadcast, NBC

(October 3, 1967 (Tuesday) - Whitney Museum Benefit, New York NY)

(probably October 3, 1968)

October 5, 1967* (Thursday) - Studio Rehearsals, Pacific High Studios, San Francisco CA

Satisfaction, It's Alright, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon Jam, Martha, It's Alright, Young Girl Sunday Blues, Go to Her, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Martha

Rehearsals for "After Bathing At Baxter's"

October 7, 1967 (Saturday) - Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara CA

October 11, 1967 (Wednesday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Benefit for Haight-Ashbury Medical Clinic

Also with Blue Cheer, The Charlatans

October 12, 1967 (Thursday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Blue Cheer, The Charlatans

October 13, 1967 (Friday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Blue Cheer, The Charlatans

October 14, 1967* (Saturday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster

The Other Side Of This Life, Watch Her Ride, It's No Secret, White Rabbit, Ballad Of You and Me and Pooneil, Fat Angel

Also with Blue Cheer, The Charlatans

(often mislabeled as an Avalon show or June 20, 1967)

October 15, 1967* (Sunday) - Studio rehearsals, Pacific High Studios, San Francisco CA

(could be 10-5-67)

October 15, 1967 (Sunday) - Hughes Stadium, Sacramento CA poster

First Annual Sacramento Pop Music Festival

Also with Spirit, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Strawberry Alarm Clock, Hour Glass, Sunshine Company, Hamilton Street Car, Breed

October 19, 1967 (Thursday) - Warfield Theater, San Francisco CA

(tapes claiming to be this show are probably 10-14-67 and 6-13-69, although JA did play the Warfield on this date)

#October 20, 1967 - Auditorium, Hunter College, New York NY newspaper ad

Two shows

(the famous "Sinatra doesn't do encores" show)

October 21, 1967 (Saturday) - Penn Theatre, Pittsburgh PA

The Paupers opened

#October 22, 1967 (Sunday) - Darby Gymnasium, Grinnell College, Grinnell IA article

Homecoming Dance

(Although most sources list this as October 22, 1966, that date is unlikely since they were playing in California that week and they would not travel to Iowa for one show, so I believe this was in 1967 and it is more logical than 1966 since they played in Pittsburgh the previous night.  However, according to Paul Kantner, they did play Grinnell in late 1966.)

October 26, 1967 (Thursday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon"

October 29, 1967 (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Proposition "P" benefit

Also with Mother Earth, Mad River, The Committee

#October 30, 1967 (Monday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording sessions for "Martha" and "Spare Chaynge"

October 31, 1967 (Tuesday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording sessions for "A Small Package of Value Will Come to You, Shortly" and "Spare Chaynge"

#October 31, 1967 (Tuesday) - "The Perry Como Holiday Special", NBC-TV Studios, Burbank CA advertisement

Watch Her Ride, Martha

(lip-sync to studio tracks)

TV broadcast, NBC, November 30, 1967

(October 31, 1967 - Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City UT)

(The Other Side of This Life, Runnin' Round This World, She Has Funny Cars, High Flyin' Bird, Tobacco Road, Let's Get Together, White Rabbit, Coming Back To Me, Won't You Try / Saturday Afternoon, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, It's No Secret, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Uncle Sam Blues)

(this is a bogus show - bootleg cds claiming to be this show are copied from legitimate releases of other shows)

November ??, 1967 - "Watch Her Ride" / "Martha" (US, RCA Victor 47-9389) released

#November 4(?), 1967 - Lehigh University, Bethlehem PA

November 7, 1967 (Tuesday) - 1601 West Evans Street (Denver Dog), Denver CO poster

Also with the Other Half

November 8, 1967 (Wednesday) - 1601 West Evans Street (Denver Dog), Denver CO poster

Also with the Other Half

#November 11, 1967 (Saturday) - Winnipeg Arena, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Also with the Guess Who

November 30, 1967 (Thursday) - "After Bathing At Baxter's" (US, RCA Victor LPM-1511, LSO-1511) released

December 2, 1967 (Saturday) - Back Bay Theater, Boston MA

#December 3, 1967 (Sunday) - Ballroom, Sheraton-Park Hotel, Washington DC

#December 6, 1967 (Wednesday) - War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse NY

#December 7, 1967 (Thursday) - Cincinnati OH

#December 8, 1967 (Friday) - Civic Center, Charleston WV

December 31, 1967* (Sunday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster1 poster2

1: Martha, The Other Side of This Life, Today, Rock Me Baby, Two Heads, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Young Girl Sunday Blues, Watch Her Ride, White Rabbit, She Has Funny Cars

2: Baby What You Want Me To Do, Jam, Ride This Train (w/Dino Valenti) > Don't Let Me Down > Jam (including Spare Chaynge) > Ride This Train

Also with Big Brother and the Holding Company, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Freedom Highway

1968

??? ??, 1968* - Jonathan Winters Show, CBS Studios, Hollywood CA

Today, Somebody to Love, Crown of Creation

TV broadcast, CBS

January 30, 1968* (Tuesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

(tapes of this date are most likely 2/1/68)

January 31, 1968* (Wednesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

#February 1, 1968* (Thursday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

Somebody to Love, Young Girl Sunday Blues, She Has Funny Cars, Two Heads, Martha, Kansas City Blues, The Other Side of This Life, Today, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, It's No Secret, Blues From an Airplane, Watch Her Ride, Plastic Fantastic Lover, White Rabbit, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Share a Little Joke, Ice Cream Phoenix Jam, Fat Angel, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, High Flying Bird, Wild Tyme, Go To Her, Rock Me Baby

#February 10, 1968 (Saturday) - The Terrace, Salt Lake City UT poster

Two shows

Also with Taj Mahal Blues Band, War of Armageddon

February 14, 1968* (Wednesday) - Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco CA

Jam

Opening night of the Carousel

#February 15, 1968 (Monday) - San Quentin Prison, San Quentin CA

With various members of the Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead, and Country Joe and the Fish

February 20, 1968 (Tuesday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Greasy Heart" and "Share A Little Joke"

#February 22, 1968 (Thursday) - Tonight Show, NBC-TV Studios, Burbank CA

Also appearing: Jerry Lewis, Shirley Jones, Linda Cristal, Larry Tucker, Paul Mazursky

February 23, 1968 (Friday) - Pinnacle Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles CA poster handbill

Also with Charlie Musselwhite, The Ceyleib People, Clear Light

February 24, 1968 (Saturday) - Pinnacle Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles CA poster handbill

Also with Charlie Musselwhite, The Ceyleib People, Clear Light

March ??, 1968 - "Greasy Heart" / "Share A Little Joke" (US, RCA Victor 47-9496) released

#March 8, 1968 (Friday) - MelodyLand Theater, Anaheim CA

Also with the Grateful Dead

#March 9, 1968 (Saturday) - MelodyLand Theater, Anaheim CA

Two shows, also with the Grateful Dead

March 15, 1968 (Friday) - Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco CA poster

Also with the Grateful Dead

March 16, 1968 (Saturday) - Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco CA poster

Also with the Grateful Dead

March 17, 1968 (Sunday) - Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco CA poster

Also with the Grateful Dead

(March 18, 1968 (Monday) - Tivolis Koncertsal, Copenhagen, Denmark)

(cancelled)

March 19, 1968 (Tuesday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Lather"

March 22, 1968 (Friday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon"

March 22, 1968 (Friday) - Kaleidoscope, Hollywood CA poster

Also with Canned Head, Buffalo Springfield

March 23, 1968 (Saturday) - Kaleidoscope, Hollywood CA

Also with Canned Head, Buffalo Springfield

#March 24, 1868 (Sunday) - Kaleidoscope, Hollywood CA

Benefit for striking KPPC radio personnel

Also with Peanut Butter Conspiracy, Buffalo Springfield, Tiny Tim, H P Lovecraft, Steppenwolf, Sweetwater, Firesign Theatre, Clear Light, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Genesis

March 26, 1968 (Tuesday) - MelodyLand Theater, Anaheim CA

Grateful Dead opened

March ??, 1968 - Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix AZ

(April 13, 1968 (Saturday) - Royal Albert Hall, London)

Also with the Doors

(cancelled)

#April 21, 1968 (Sunday) - Westbury Music Fair, Westbury NY

#April 28, 1968 (Sunday) - Shapiro Athletic Center, Brandeis University, Waltham MA

April 30, 1968 (Tuesday) - Kaleidoscope, Hollywood CA

Also with Canned Heat

#May ??, 1968 - (University of Maryland?), Shady Grove MD

She Has Funny Cars, White Rabbit, Today, Somebody to Love

Also with Iron Butterfly

May 3, 1968 (Friday) - Fillmore East, New York NY poster review

Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, She Has Funny Cars, It's No Secret, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Greasy Heart, Star Track, Wild Tyme, White Rabbit, Thing, Today, The Other Side of This Life, Fat Angel, Watch Her Ride, Somebody to Love

(this set list is a combination of this show and 5-4-68)

Two shows

Also with The Crazy World of Arthur Brown

May 4, 1968 (Saturday) - Fillmore East, New York NY poster

Two shows

Also with The Crazy World of Arthur Brown

May 5, 1968 (Sunday) - Central Park, New York NY

Free concert, with the Grateful Dead and Butterfield Blues Band

May 17, 1968 (Friday) - Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento CA

May 18, 1968* (Saturday) - Family Park, Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose CA poster1 poster2 program1 program2 review

White Rabbit, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Watch Her Ride, Today, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Greasy Heart, Fat Angel, Star Track, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Somebody to Love

Northern California Folk-Rock Festival, afternoon show

Also with The Doors, Animals, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Youngbloods, Electric Flag, Kaleidoscope, Country Joe and the Fish, Taj Mahal

May 18, 1968* (Saturday) - Pinnacle Shrine Exhibition Hall, Los Angeles CA

White Rabbit, She Has Funny Cars, Watch Her Ride, Today, Greasy Heart, Star Track, Somebody to Love, Fat Angel, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

Evening show - unannounced guests with Grateful Dead, Steve Miller Band, Taj Mahal

May 19, 1968 (Sunday) - Family Park, Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose CA

Northern California Folk-Rock Festival

It is not known if Jefferson Airplane played on this day - tapes claiming to be this show are actually the Shrine show from the night before.

May 27, 1968 (Monday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Crown of Creation"

May 31, 1968 (Friday) - RCA Studio B, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "The Saga of Sydney Spacepig"

June 4, 1968 (Tuesday) - RCA Studio B, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "The House At Pooneil Corners"

June 5, 1968 (Wednesday) - RCA Studio B, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Would You Like A Snack"

June 7, 1968 (Friday) - Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco CA handbill

Also with the Grateful Dead, Fleetwood Mac

June 8, 1968 (Saturday) - Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco CA handbill

Also with the Grateful Dead, Fleetwood Mac

June 9, 1968 (Sunday) - Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco CA handbill

Also with the Grateful Dead, Fleetwood Mac

#(June 12, 1968 (Wednesday) - Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco CA)

("Fire Dance" Alton Kelley Benefit, also with the Charlatans, Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks, Steve Miller Band)

(originally planned for May 8, 1968 - JA was scheduled to play May 8 but did not play June 12)

June 21, 1968 (Friday) - RCA Studio A, Hollywood CA

Recording session for "Ribump Ba Bap Dum Dum"

July 19, 1968 (Friday) - Fillmore East, New York NY poster

Two shows

Also with H. P. Lovecraft

July 20, 1968 (Saturday) - Fillmore East, New York NY poster

Two shows

Also with H. P. Lovecraft

July 23, 1968 (Tuesday) - Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO

#August 2, 1968 (Friday) - Selland Arena, Fresno CA

Somebody to Love, Watch Her Ride, Star Track, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Triad, Greasy Heart

(incomplete list)

Also with Just Another Rock Band, The Thermal Vibration

August 4, 1968 (Sunday)* - Orange County Fairgrounds, Costa Mesa CA handbill1 handbill1-back handbill2 poster review

First Annual Newport Pop Festival

Also with The Animals, The Byrds, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Grateful Dead, Steppenwolf, Canned Heat, Iron Butterfly, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Things To Come, Country Joe and the Fish, Illinois Speed Press

(August 9, 1968* (Friday) - Memorial Hall, Kansas City MO)

(tapes with this date are Kansas City 5-9-69)

#August 26, 1968 - Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden

(may be September 20, 1968)

August 28, 1968* (Wednesday) - Falkoner Centret, Copenhagen, Denmark

It's No Secret, Watch Her Ride, White Rabbit, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Fat Angel, Star Track, Triad, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, House at Pooneil Corners, Today, Greasy Heart, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Somebody to Love

Also with The Beefeaters

August 29, 1968 (Thursday) - Revolution Club, London UK

Private party

August 30?, 1968 (Friday) - Brussels, Belgium

August 31, 1968 (Saturday) - Hayles Field, Ford Farm, near Godshill, Isle of Wight, UK review

Somebody to Love, Watch Her Ride, Triad

Great South Coast Bank Holiday Pop Festivity

JA may have started after midnight, September 1

Also with The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, The Move, Pretty Things, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Fairport Convention

August ??, 1968 - "Crown of Creation" (US, RCA Victor LPM-4058, LSP-4058) released

September 5, 1968 (Thursday) - Parliament Hill, Hampstead Heath, London UK

She Has Funny Cars, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, It's No Secret, If You Feel, Somebody To Love, Today

E: White Rabbit

Free concert, Fairport Convention opened

September 6, 1968 (Friday) - Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, London UK

White Rabbit, Somebody to Love, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Greasy Heart, In Time, Rock Me Baby, Crown of Creation, The Other Side of This Life, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil > The House at Pooneil Corners, Watch Her Ride, Somebody to Love, If You Feel, Triad

Two shows

Also with The Doors, Terry Reid, Blossom Toes

(Both this and the following night were filmed, although only the Doors set has been released)

September 7, 1968 (Saturday) - Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, London UK

Two shows

Also with The Doors, Terry Reid, The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Blonde on Blonde

September 10, 1968* (Tuesday) - Musikhalle, Hamburg, Germany

Watch Her Ride, Triad, Crown of Creation, If You Feel, In Time, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, White Rabbit, Jam, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil > The House at Pooneil Corners

#September 12, 1968 (Thursday) - Rheinhalle, Dusseldorf, Germany article

September 14, 1968 (Saturday) - Kongresshalle, Frankfurt, Germany

Also with The Doors, Canned Heat

#September 15, 1968* (Sunday) - Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Rock Me Baby, If You Feel, Crown of Creation, Today, Somebody to Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Nothing (Jam), Rock Me Baby, Today, In Time, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

FM broadcast, VPRO

Two shows - also with The Doors (without Jim Morrison), Terry Reid

(sometimes incorrectly listed as the Paradiso)

September 20, 1968 (Friday) - Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden

Two shows - also with The Doors, Terry Reid, Savoy Brown

(originally scheduled for September (or August?) 21, 1968)

September 28, 1968* (Saturday) - Ed Sullivan Show, Ed Sullivan Theater, New York NY (CBS TV)

Rehearsal: Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon

Broadcast: Crown of Creation

(may have been filmed prior to the broadcast)

#September 29, 1968 (Sunday) - Central Park, New York NY

Lather, If You Feel, Crown of Creation, Greasy Heart, House at Pooneil Corners

Also with Buddy Guy and Junior Wells, Ten Years After, Country Joe and the Fish

(Some sources list this date as 9-30-68)

October 3, 1968 (Wednesday) - Whitney Museum of American Art, New York NY

"An Evening with Glenn McKay's Headlights", Benefit for Whitney Museum

Also with Raymond Lewenthal

October ??, 1968 - "Crown of Creation" / "Lather" (US, RCA Victor 47-9644) released

October 6, 1968 (Sunday) - Clarkson College, Potsdam NY

White Rabbit, Somebody to Love, The Other Side of This Life, Fat Angel, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Crown of Creation, Lather, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

(incomplete list)

(October 21, 1968* (Monday) - Airplane House, 2400 Fulton Street, San Francisco CA)

jams

(see Mislabeled Tapes section)

October 24, 1968 (Thursday) - Fillmore West, San Francisco CA poster

Recorded for "Bless Its Pointed Little Head"

Also with Ballet Afro-Haiti, A. B. Skhy

October 25, 1968 (Friday) - Fillmore West, San Francisco CA poster

Recorded for "Bless Its Pointed Little Head"

Also with Ballet Afro-Haiti, A. B. Skhy

#October 26, 1968* (Saturday) - Fillmore West, San Francisco CA poster

Fat Angel, Rock Me Baby, Somebody to Love, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, White Rabbit, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil > The House at Pooneil Corners

Recorded for "Bless Its Pointed Little Head"

Also with Ballet Afro-Haiti, A. B. Skhy

October 27, 1968 (Sunday) - Fillmore West, San Francisco CA

Recorded for "Bless Its Pointed Little Head"

(October 30, 1968* (Wednesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA)

(actually 2-1-68)

(October 31, 1968* (Thursday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA)

(actually 2-1-68)

#November 1, 1968* (Friday) - "Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" TV show, CBS Studios, Hollywood CA

Crown of Creation, Lather, skit

TV broadcast, CBS, November 10, 1968

#November 9, 1968 (Saturday) - Rock Festival, California State College, Long Beach CA

Afternoon show

Also with Chicago Transit Authority, Spirit, Things To Come, The Collectors, The Black Pearl

November 16, 1968* (Saturday) - Electric Factory, Philadelphia PA

It's No Secret, Watch Her Ride, White Rabbit, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Star Track, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Fat Angel, Greasy Heart, Crown of Creation, Philly Jam, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

November 18, 1968 (Monday) - Electric Factory, Philadelphia PA

(not verified)

#November 19, 1968* (Tuesday) - Schuyler Hotel, 57 West 45th Street, New York NY

Somebody to Love, House at Pooneil Corners*

*filmed for the Godard movie "1 AM"

(Some sources list this as November 1, 1968, which is unlikely since they were taping the Smothers Brothers Show that day)

November 21, 1968 (Thursday) - Grande Ballroom, Detroit MI poster

Also with Frost

(Not verified)

#November 23, 1968 (Saturday) - Allen Theater, Cleveland OH

Also with Glen Schwartz, Pacific Gas and Electric Co.

November 24, 1968 (Sunday) - Grande Ballroom, Detroit MI poster

early show:

late show: 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Somebody To Love, Fat Angel, Watch Her Ride, Crown of Creation, Star Track, White Rabbit, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, House at Pooneil Corners, Rock Me Baby

(jam with the Grateful Dead after the second show)

(order uncertain)

Also with Terry Reid, Frost

November 28, 1968 (Thursday) - Fillmore East, New York NY

Two shows, recorded for "Bless Its Pointed Little Head"

Also with Buddy Guy, Chuck Davis Dance Company

November 29, 1968 (Friday) - Fillmore East, New York NY

Two shows, recorded for "Bless Its Pointed Little Head"

Also with Buddy Guy, Chuck Davis Dance Company

November 30, 1968 (Saturday) - Fillmore East, New York NY

Two shows, recorded for "Bless Its Pointed Little Head"

Also with Buddy Guy, Chuck Davis Dance Company

1969

(January 2, 1969 - Elysian Park, Chicago or Los Angeles)

(tapes labeled with this date are actually 11-2-69)

January 11, 1969 (Saturday) - Grace Slick hospitalized in Berkeley with throat problems

Promotional tour for "Bless Its Pointed Little Head" cancelled

#February 1, 1969 (Saturday) - "Bless Its Pointed Little Head" (US, RCA Victor LSP-4133) released

March 28, 1969 - June 1969 - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording sessions for "Volunteers" album

March 28, 1969 - June 5 1969 - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording sessions for "Hey Frederick"

March 31, 1969 - April 11 1969 - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording sessions for "We Can Be Together"

April 4, 1969 (Friday) - Gill Coliseum, Oregon State University, Corvallis OR poster

Also with Sleepy Hollow

#April 13, 1969 (Sunday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

Hot Tuna: New Song (instrumental) > Jam, Rock Me Baby, Star Track > instrumental jam, Uncle Sam Blues > instrumental Jam, Death Don't Have No Mercy, instrumental jam, Fee So Good (jam)

JA:

(may have been only Hot Tuna with Paul Kantner and Aynsley Dunbar)

April 14, 1969 - April 22 1969 - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording sessions for "Wooden Ships"

April 14, 1969 - June 19 1969 - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording sessions for "Volunteers"

April 17, 1969 - June 12 1969 - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording sessions for "Good Shepherd"

April 26, 1969* (Saturday) - Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino CA

3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Somebody To Love, Wooden Ships, Fat Angel, Uncle Sam Blues, Plastic Fantastic Lover, It's No Secret, Greasy Heart, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Volunteers, Jam, White Rabbit, The Other Side of This Life

#April 27, 1969 (Sunday) - Oakland Coliseum, Oakland CA

Also with Jimi Hendrix and Fat Mattress

May ??, 1969 - "The Other Side of This Life" / "Plastic Fantastic Lover" (US, RCA Victor 74-0150) released

May 2, 1969 (Friday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster review

Also with the Grateful Dead, Mongo Santamaria

May 3, 1969 (Saturday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster review

Also with the Grateful Dead, Mongo Santamaria

#May 7, 1969* (Wednesday) - Polo Field, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco CA

The Other Side of This Life, Somebody to Love, The Farm, Greasy Heart, Good Shepherd, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Uncle Sam Blues, Volunteers, White Rabbit, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon > Jam, We Can Be Together, Mexico, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

Afternoon show

Also with the Grateful Dead

May 9, 1969* (Friday) - Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall, Kansas City KS

It's No Secret, Good Shepherd, Watch Her Ride, The Other Side of This Life, Martha, Crown of Creation, The Farm, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Star Track, Wooden Ships > J.P.P. McStep B. Blues, One of These Days, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

May 10, 1969 (Saturday) - Graffiti, Aurora IL

#May 13, 1969 (Tuesday) - Music Shell, Grant Park, Chicago IL photos

Free show

May ??, 1969 - (Arena?), Milwaukee WI

#May 15, 1969 (Thursday) - St. Bernard Civic Auditorium, New Orleans LA poster

Two Shows

also with Nectar, Headlites

May 16, 1969 (Friday) - Jack Casady arrested for marijuana in New Orleans LA

May ??, 1969 - (Dane County Coliseum?), Madison WI

#May 24, 1969 (Saturday) - Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose CA poster

Northern California Folk-Rock Festival

Also with Poco, Chuck Berry, Santana

#May 28, 1969* (Wednesday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA

Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Somebody To Love, Young Girl Sunday Blues, Wooden Ships, Volunteers, Come Back Baby, Fat Angel, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Greasy Heart, We Can Be Together, Crown of Creation, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Thing > You Wear Your Dresses Too Short, Wild Tyme, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

People's Park Bail Ball benefit

Also with Aum, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Bangor Flying Circus, Elvin Bishop Group, Grateful Dead, Santana

June 5, 1969 (Thursday) - Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio TX

Also with Zachery Thaks, Jim Jones and the Chanteys, The Electric Kiss

#June 13, 1969* (Friday) - Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco CA

Tortoise Jam, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, The Other Side of This Life, Wooden Ships > J.P.P. McStep B. Blues, Crown of Creation, Greasy Heart, Good Shepherd, Fat Angel, Volunteers, House at Pooneil Corners

FM broadcast, KSAN

Also with the Charlatans, the Devil's Kitchen, Pulse, Jim Rhinhart

(Eskimo Blue Day from 6/13/69 is actually from 2/4/70)

June 14, 1969 (Saturday) - Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco CA

Also with the Charlatans, the Devil's Kitchen, Pulse, Jim Rhinhart

#June 14, 1969 (Saturday) - Tonight Show, NBC-TV Studios, Burbank CA

Also appearing: Tiny Tim, Kenneth Tynan, Trenny Robb

repeat from earlier unknown date

June 30, 1969 (Monday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Turn My Life Down"

July 4, 1969 (Friday) - Bullfrog Music Festival, Clackamas County OR (near Estacada OR)

Also with Sons of Champlin, Ace of Cups

July 7, 1969 (Monday) - Fillmore West, San Francisco CA

Also with Ace of Cups, Phoenix

Benefit for the Wild West Rock Festival

(July 9, 1969 - Winterland, San Francisco CA)

(tapes circulating with this date are actually 6-16-69)

July 19, 1969 (Saturday) - Aragon Ballroom, Chicago IL

Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Fat Angel, Rock Me Baby, Chushingura

(incomplete list, order uncertain)

Also with Blue Cheer and the Hello People

July 27, 1969 (Sunday) - Balboa Stadium, San Diego CA poster

Also with the Sons of Champlin, Ten Years After, Congress of Wonders

July 28, 1969 (Monday) - Griffith Park, Los Angeles CA

Free concert

Also with Ace of Cups, Sons of Champlin

#August 2, 1969 (Saturday) - Atlantic City Race Course, Mays Landing NJ review

Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, The Other Side of This Life

(incomplete list)

Atlantic City Pop Festival

With Joey Covington on drums

(August 2, 1969* (Saturday) - Fillmore East, New York NY)

(tapes with this date may be October 4, 1970)

August 8, 1969 (Friday) - Fillmore East, New York NY

Also with Hot Tuna, Joe Cocker, Spontaneous Sound

August 9, 1969 (Saturday) - Fillmore East, New York NY

Also with Hot Tuna, Joe Cocker, Spontaneous Sound

#August 10, 1969* (Sunday) - Sheep Meadow, Central Park, New York NY

Santana with Jorma and Jack: Jam, Uncle Sam Blues, Jam

JA: The Other Side of This Life, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Come Back Baby, Fat Angel, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Somebody to Love, Wooden Ships, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, White Rabbit, We Can Be Together, Volunteers, Mau Mau (including Feel So Good)

Free concert

Santana opening - Jorma and Jack sat in on their first set

August 12, 1969 (Tuesday) - Tanglewood Music Shed, Lenox MA

Plastic Fantastic Lover, White Rabbit, Volunteers, Somebody to Love, Starship

(incomplete list)

Also with The Who, B. B. King, Christopher Tree

August 17, 1969* (Sunday) - Woodstock, Max Yasgur's Farm, Bethel NY

The Other Side of This Life, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Volunteers, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Eskimo Blue Day, Uncle Sam Blues, Somebody To Love, White Rabbit

August 18, 1969* (Monday) - Dick Cavett Show, ABC Studios, New York NY

We Can Be Together, Volunteers, Somebody To Love, Jam

TV broadcast 8-19-69, ABC

(August 23, 1969 (Saturday) - Kezar Stadium, San Francisco CA) poster

(cancelled - Wild West Festival)

August 30, 1969 (Saturday) - Fillmore West, San Francisco CA

Benefit for the Wild West Rock Festival

September ??, 1969 - "Volunteers" / "We Can Be Together" (US, RCA Victor 74-0245) released

September 1, 1969* (Monday) - International Speedway, Baton Rouge LA

New Orleans Pop Festival

(jam w/Grateful Dead at end of festival)

(tapes of this show are probably 9-6-69)

#September 6, 1969* (Saturday) - Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco CA

Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil > Starship, Good Shepherd, We Can Be Together, Somebody to Love, The Farm, Crown of Creation, Come Back Baby, Wooden Ships, Volunteers > Jam (with Jerry Garcia) > drum solo (Spencer Dryden) > Jam (with Jerry Garcia and Mickey Hart)

September 7, 1969* (Sunday) - Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco CA

Peggy Sue, That'll Be The Day, Johnny B. Goode, Baby What You Want Me To Do, Pipeline > Big Railroad Blues, Louie Louie > Twist and Shout > Blue Moon

(Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady and Joey Covington with the Grateful Dead)

October 4, 1969 (Saturday) - Oklahoma City Music Hall, Oklahoma City OK

Two shows

October 5, 1969 (Sunday) - Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston TX

"Rock Jubilee"

Also with the Grateful Dead, Byrds, Poco

October 10, 1969* (Friday) - Agrodome, Vancouver BC, Canada

Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Somebody to Love, Young Girl Sunday Blues, Wooden Ships, Volunteers, Come Back Baby, Fat Angel, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Greasy Heart, We Can Be Together, Crown of Creation, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Jam > You Wear Your Dresses Too Short, Wild Tyme, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil > House at Pooneil Corners

E: White Rabbit(?)

Also with Ace of Cups

#October 17, 1969 (Friday) - Honolulu Civic Center, Honolulu HI

#October 18, 1969 (Saturday) - Honolulu Civic Center, Honolulu HI

October 19, 1969 (Sunday) - Paul Kantner arrested for marijuana possession in Honolulu HI

October 24, 1969 (Friday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Hot Tuna, Grateful Dead, Sons of Champlin, Doug Kershaw

#October 25, 1969* (Saturday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster

1: Somebody to Love, Young Girl Sunday Blues, Wooden Ships, Volunteers, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Uncle Sam Blues, Fat Angel, Greasy Heart, Martha

2: Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Eskimo Blue Day, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Mau Mau, Other Side of This Life

Also with Hot Tuna, Grateful Dead, Sons of Champlin, Doug Kershaw

#October 26, 1969* (Sunday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster

Good Shepherd, Wild Tyme, Greasy Heart, We Can Be Together, Come Back Baby, Martha, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Drifting, It's No Secret, The Other Side of This Life, Wooden Ships, Eskimo Blue Day, You Wear Your Dresses Too Short, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

Also with Hot Tuna, Grateful Dead, Sons of Champlin, Doug Kershaw

#October 31, 1969* (Friday) - Los Angeles Forum, Inglewood CA

1: Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Volunteers, Good Shepherd, Uncle Sam Blues, Martha, Plastic Fantastic Lover

Hot Tuna: Come Back Baby, True Religion, Drifting (with Marty), I Can Tell, Up or Down (with Marty), This Old Heart of Mine

2: You Wear Your Dresses too Short, We Can Be Together, Greasy Heart, Wooden Ships, Young Girl Sunday Blues, The Other Side of This Life, Crown of Creation, Fat Angel, The House at Pooneil Corners, Eskimo Blue Day, White Rabbit, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

also with the Moody Blues

November 2, 1969* (Sunday) - Elysian Fields, Los Angeles (Big Sur) CA

Go to Her, It's No Secret, Blues From an Airplane, White Rabbit, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Share a Little Joke, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, It's No Secret (reprise), Somebody To Love, Greasy Heart

Free show - also with the Moody Blues

(setlist may be 2-1-68)

(November 3, 1969 (Monday) - Chicago IL)

(tapes mislabeled "Elysian Park, Chicago" are probably November 2 1969)

(November 14, 1969 (Friday) - Eastown Theater, Detroit MI)

(Cancelled)

November 15?, 1969 (Saturday) - "Volunteers" (US, RCA Victor LSP-4238) released

(November 15, 1969 (Saturday) - Eastown Theater, Detroit MI)

King Crimson opened

(Date not verified - may be Nov. 11 and 12)

#November 15, 1969 (Saturday) - Iowa Fieldhouse, Iowa City IA

#November 21, 1969 (Friday) - Palestra, Philadelphia PA

Also with Lighthouse, Sweet Stavin Chain

#November 22, 1969* (Saturday) - Ritchie Coliseum, University of Maryland, College Park MD

Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, White Rabbit, Crown of Creation, Wooden Ships, Good Shepherd, Come Back Baby, The Other Side of This Life, You Wear Your Dresses Too Short, Greasy Heart, We Can Be Together > Volunteers

(Two shows)

Also with Lighthouse

#November ??, 1969* - Utica Memorial Auditorium, Utica NY

Good Shepherd, Somebody to Love, Uncle Sam Blues, Have You Seen the Saucers, Mexico, Wooden Ships, The Other Side of This Life, Nothing, Fat Angel, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Drifting, Greasy Heart, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

FM broadcast, WOUR, Utica NY

November 26, 1969 (Wednesday) - Fillmore East, New York NY

Also with The Youngbloods, Joseph Eger's Crossover

November 28, 1969 (Friday) - Fillmore East, New York NY

Two shows

Also with The Youngbloods, Joseph Eger's Crossover

November 29, 1969* (Saturday) - Fillmore East, New York NY

early show:

encore: Jam

late show: Fat Angel, Good Shepherd, We Can Be Together, If You Feel, Greasy Heart, White Rabbit, Volunteers

encore: Jam, It's No Secret

Two shows, Grace dressed as Adolf Hitler in late show, Rip Torn appearing as Nixon

Also with Hot Tuna, The Youngbloods, Joseph Eger's Crossover

November 30, 1969* (Sunday) - West Palm Beach Auditorium, West Palm Beach FL

We Can Be Together, Somebody to Love, The Other Side of This Life, Good Shepherd, Jam > You Wear Your Dresses Too Short, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Greasy Heart, White Rabbit, Volunteers

First Palm Beach Music and Arts Festival

December 6, 1969* (Saturday) - Speedway, Altamont CA article

We Can Be Together, The Other Side of This Life, Somebody to Love, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Greasy Heart, White Rabbit, Come Back Baby, Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Volunteers

(order uncertain)

Free concert

December 31, 1969* (Wednesday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA poster

(with Will Scarlett)

Also with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Sons of Champlin, Hot Tuna

FM broadcast?

1970

(January 17, 1970 (Saturday) - Spencer Dryden leaves the band)

(according to Joey Covington - witnesses have Dryden playing with the band until at least the end of February)

(January 22 - 26, 1970 - Civic Auditorium, Honolulu HI)

(The band did not play in Hawaii on these dates. The Grateful Dead played there on January 23 and 24)

February 2, 1970 (Monday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Have You Seen The Saucers"

February 4, 1970* (Wednesday) - Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco CA

The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Eskimo Blue Day, Jam with Jerry Garcia and Carlos Santana

Filmed by KQED-TV for NET TV broadcast "A Night At The Family Dog" December 13, 1970

#February 7, 1970* (Saturday) - Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim CA

Hot Tuna: Baby What You Want Me To Do, True Religion, I Can Tell, Drifting, New Song (For the Morning), Whatever the Old Man Wants, Come Back Baby, You Wear Your Dresses Too Short

JA: The Other Side of This Life, Somebody to Love, Good Shepherd, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Mexico, We Can Be Together, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Uncle Sam Blues, Wooden Ships, Greasy Heart, Crown of Creation, Volunteers

E: Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, White Rabbit, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

February 16, 1970 (Monday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Mexico"

#February 23, 1970* (Monday) - Fillmore West, San Francisco CA poster

We Can Be Together, Volunteers, Good Shepherd, Somebody to Love, Emergency, Uncle Sam Blues, Have You Seen the Saucers, Mexico, The Other Side of This Life, Same Old Phony Handshake, Greasy Heart, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

Benefit for Grateful Dead

Also with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Santana, It's a Beautiful Day, Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks

February 27, 1970 (Friday) - Oklahoma City Music Hall, Oklahoma City OK

Two shows

JA fined $1000 for singing "fuck" at this show

#February 28, 1970 (Saturday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA

Fat Angel, Wooden Ships, J.P.P. McStep B. Blues, The Other Side of This Life, Nothing, Mexico

(setlist may be from another unknown date)

March 4, 1970 (Wednesday) - New Orleans House, Berkeley CA

Rehearsal with Joey Covington

#March 6, 1970* (Friday) - Memorial Auditorium, Dallas TX

We Can Be Together, Somebody to Love, Wooden Ships, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, White Rabbit, Emergency, Uncle Sam Blues, Mexico, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Crown of Creation, Nothing, Greasy Heart, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Volunteers

E: Good Shepherd, The Other Side of This Life

March 7, 1970 (Saturday) - Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio TX

Also with Hot Tuna

March 8, 1970 (Sunday) - unknown venue, San Francisco CA

March 11, 1970 (Wednesday) - (Forum?), Los Angeles CA

Also with Hot Tuna

March 14, 1970 (Saturday) - State Teachers College, New Paltz NY

Also with The Youngbloods

(March 15, 1970? (Sunday) - Fillmore West, San Francisco CA)

(not verified)

(March 16, 1970? (Monday) - Fillmore West, San Francisco CA)

(not verified)

(March 17, 1970? (Tuesday) - Fillmore West, San Francisco CA)

(not verified)

March 20, 1970 (Friday) - Walsh Gymnasium, Rhode Island College, Providence RI review

Two shows

Also with Hot Tuna

March 21, 1970 (Saturday) - The Spectrum, Philadelphia PA

Also with Hot Tuna, John Mayall, Lighthouse, Duster Bennett

March 22, 1970 (Sunday) - Civic Center, Baltimore MD

Also with Hot Tuna

March 23, 1970 (Monday) - unknown venue, New York NY

Also with Hot Tuna

(March 23, 1970 (Monday) - Assumption College, Worcester MA)

Spencer Dryden's last show

(According to Covington, JA played NYC on this date, so this show may have happened earlier)

March 24, 1970* (Tuesday) - Capitol Theatre, Port Chester NY

The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, White Rabbit, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Wooden Ships, Come Back Baby, Fat Angel, Emergency, Have You Seen the Saucers, Good Shepherd, We Can Be Together > Volunteers, Up or Down > You Wear Your Dresses Too Short

Supposedly Joey Covington's first show, although according to Covington, Dryden left the band on 1-17-70

Also with Hot Tuna, Roxy

#March 25, 1970* (Wednesday) - Suffolk County Community College, Selden NY

The Other Side of This Life, Wooden Ships, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, We Can Be Together, Uncle Sam Blues, Emergency, Have You Seen the Saucers, You Wear Your Dresses Too Short

Grace Slick absent due to illness

Also with Hot Tuna, Country Joe and the Fish

#March 26, 1970 (Thursday) - War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester NY

March 29, 1970 (Sunday) - Toronto Fair, O'Keefe Centre, Toronto ONT

Also with Hot Tuna

April 2, 1970* (Thursday) - "San Francisco Rock: Go Ride the Music", Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

We Can Be Together > Volunteers, Mexico, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Somebody to Love, Emergency, Wooden Ships

Filmed by KQED-TV for broadcast December 6 1970, KQED/NET

#April 15, 1970 (Wednesday) - Anti-War Rally, Federal Building, San Francisco CA

Afternoon show

Also with CSNY, Cleveland Wrecking Company

#April 15, 1970* (Wednesday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA

We Can Be Together, Mexico, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, The Other Side of This Life, Greasy Heart, Crown of Creation, Come Back Baby, Emergency, Have You Seen the Saucers, Somebody to Love, Wooden Ships, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Volunteers

Also with the Hot Tuna, Grateful Dead and Quicksilver Messenger Service

(possibly incorrect date or incorrect setlist)

April 17, 1970 (Friday) - Tea Party, Boston MA

Also with Hot Tuna

#April 19, 1970 (Sunday) - Gymnasium, Fordham University, Bronx NY

Hot Tuna show - Paul and Grace did not show up

Also with John Hammond

#April 22, 1970 (Wednesday) - Gannon University, Erie PA

Also with Hot Tuna

April 24, 1970 (Friday) - Brown University, Providence RI

Spring Weekend

#April 25, 1970 (Saturday) - Mount St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg MD

Also with Hot Tuna

April 26, 1970 (Sunday) - Allentown Fairgrounds, Allentown PA

Also with Hot Tuna

#April 29, 1970 (Wednesday) - The Pub, Miami FL

(may be just Hot Tuna)

April 30, 1970 (Thursday) - Jai Alai Fronton, Miami FL

Also with Hot Tuna

May ??, 1970 - "Have You Seen The Saucers?" / "Mexico" (US, RCA Victor 74-0343) released

May 1, 1970* (Friday) - Athletic Field, SUNY, Stony Brook NY

Volunteers, Somebody to Love, The Other Side of This Life, Mexico, Uncle Sam Blues, Come Back Baby, White Rabbit, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Crown of Creation, Good Shepherd, Jam, Have You Seen the Saucers, We Can Be Together, Volunteers

E: The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

Also with Hot Tuna

#May 2, 1970 (Saturday) - Gymnasium, SUNY, New Paltz NY

Also with Hot Tuna

May 3, 1970 (Sunday)* - Central Park, New York NY

Somebody to Love, Wooden Ships, Mexico, The Other Side of This Life, White Rabbit, Crown of Creation, Uncle Sam Blues (or Come Back Baby?), Plastic Fantastic Lover, Have You Seen the Saucers, Good Shepherd, Greasy Heart, We Can Be Together, Volunteers

Also with Hot Tuna

May 5, 1970 (Tuesday) - Ritz Theatre, New York NY

Also with Hot Tuna

May 6, 1970* (Wednesday) - Fillmore East, New York NY

early show:

late show: 1: Volunteers, Somebody to Love, Good Shepherd, Mexico, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Wooden Ships, Uncle Sam Blues, Emergency, The Other Side of This Life

Hot Tuna: Sea Child, New Song (For the Morning), Hesitation Blues, Death Don't Have No Mercy, Mann's Fate

2: Have You Seen the Saucers, White Rabbit, We Can Be Together > Volunteers, Greasy Heart, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, I Can Tell, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

E: Up or Down, Baby What You Want Me to Do, Whatever The Old Man Does > You Wear Your Dresses too Short

Also with Manfred Mann Chapter Three

May 7, 1970* (Thursday) - Fillmore East, New York NY review

early show:

late show: Hot Tuna: Winin' Boy Blues, New Song (For the Morning), Mann's Fate

JA: Have You Seen the Saucers, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, We Can Be Together > Volunteers, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Somebody To Love, Wooden Ships, Mexico, Uncle Sam Blues, Emergency, Crown of Creation, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

E: Up or Down > Whatever the Old Man Does > Same Old Phony Handshake

Also with Manfred Mann Chapter Three

Note on the May 1970 Fillmore East shows: there is no evidence in any published documentation that JA played the Fillmore East on any dates other than May 6 and 7. Tapes of other dates are most likely mislabeled shows from the 6th or 7th, or other locations.

May 10, 1970 (Sunday) - Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis MO

Good Shepherd

Afternoon show - incomplete list

Also with Alvin Pivel and two other local bands

May 15, 1970 (Friday) - Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis MN

We Can Be Together, Volunteers, Somebody To Love, White Rabbit, Rock Me Baby

E: The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

(incomplete list)

Also with Hot Tuna, Crow

#May 16, 1970 - Marty arrested for marijuana possession in Bloomington MN

#May 17, 1970* (Sunday) - Assembly Hall, Bloomington MN

The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Mexico, Get Off Jam, Greasy Heart, Uncle Sam Blues, White Rabbit, Volunteers, Whatever the Old Man Does, Easy (Jam), Baby What You Want Me to Do, Somebody to Love, The Other Side of This Life, Good Shepherd

Without Marty Balin

Also with Hot Tuna, B. B. King, the Byrds

#May 23, 1970 - Camp Randall Field House, University of Wisconsin, Madison WI

We Can Be Together, Wooden Ships, House at Pooneil Corners

(incomplete list)

May 24, 1970 (Sunday) - College Field, East Lansing MI

Also with Mountain, Chicago, John Sebastian, The Rotary Connection

May ??, 1970 - Gymnasium, Wisconsin State University, Eau Claire WI

May 28, 1970 (Thursday) - unknown venue, Fairbanks AK

Also with Hot Tuna

May 29, 1970 (Friday) - unknown venue, Fairbanks AK

Also with Hot Tuna

May 30, 1970 (Saturday) - unknown venue, Anchorage AK

Also with Hot Tuna

(June 7, 1970 (Sunday) - Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim CA)

(actually 2-7-70)

June 20, 1970 (Saturday) - unknown venue, New York NY

Also with Hot Tuna

June 21, 1970 (Sunday) - unknown venue, New York NY

Also with Hot Tuna

June 22, 1970 (Monday) - unknown venue, New York NY

Also with Hot Tuna

#June 26, 1970* (Friday) - Holland Pop Festival, Kralingsebos, Rotterdam, Netherlands poster1 poster2

Hot Tuna: Whatever the Old Man Does, Up or Down, Uncle Sam Blues

JA: Somebody to Love, The Other Side of This Life, White Rabbit*, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon*, Plastic Fantastic Lover, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil*, We Can Be Together > Volunteers, Up or Down, Come Back Baby

* released on "Stamping Ground" film

Some sources list this as 6-27-70, but Covington backs up the 26th

#June 28, 1970* (Sunday) - Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music, Royal County Fairgrounds, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, UK ticket poster

Hot Tuna (with Marty Balin): Baby What You Want Me To Do, Come Back Baby, Whatever the Old Man Does, Up or Down, Star Track, Emergency, You Wear Your Dresses Too Short

JA: Volunteers, Somebody to Love, The Other Side of This Life, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Greca Improvisation, Rock Me Baby, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

Also with Hot Tuna, Led Zeppelin

(Covington says this was rained out on the 27th)

(July 6, 1970 (Monday) - Anaheim CA)

(may be February 7, 1970)

#(July 24, 1970 (Friday) - Mississippi River Festival, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville IL)

cancelled

August 4, 1970* (Tuesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

Rock Me Baby, Just Ain't Thick Enough For Me, Jam, Fat Angel (instr.), Jam

Hot Tuna with Nicky Hopkins and Dino Valente, also with Santata

#August 15, 1970 - Mountaindale Summer Theater, Mountaindale NY

August 18, 1970 (Tuesday) - Jai Alai Fronton, Miami FL

Also with Hot Tuna

August 19, 1970* (Wednesday) - Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa FL

We Can Be Together, Somebody to Love, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Whatever the Old Man Does, Mexico, The Other Side of This Life, Up or Down, Uncle Sam Blues, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Crown of Creation, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Volunteers

E: White Rabbit, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

Also with Hot Tuna

August 21, 1970 (Friday) - Jai Alai Fronton, Miami FL

Also with Hot Tuna

August 22, 1970 (Saturday) - Sports Auditorium, Orlando FL

Also with Hot Tuna

August 24, 1970* (Monday) - Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta GA

Somebody To Love, Crown of Creation, The Other Side of This Life, Up or Down, Mexico, We Can Be Together, Whatever the Old Man Does, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Come Back Baby, Have You Seen the Saucers, Greasy Heart, Good Shepherd, Jam > I Can Tell, White Rabbit, Volunteers

Also with Hot Tuna

#August 26, 1970 (Wednesday) - Convention Hall, Asbury Park NJ

Also with Hot Tuna

August 27, 1970 (Thursday) - ??? PA

Also with Hot Tuna

#September 14, 1970* (Monday) - Fillmore West, San Francisco CA poster review

We Can Be Together, Mexico, Crown of Creation, Whatever the Old Man Does, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Emergency, Come Back Baby, Somebody to Love, Wooden Ships, Up or Down, Uncle Sam Blues, Have You Seen the Saucers, The Man (Bludgeon of a Bluecoat), The Other Side of This Life, Volunteers

E: Greasy Heart, You Wear Your Dresses Too Short, Jam > Starship, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

Also with Hot Tuna, Dry Creek Road, Black Ghost

#September 15, 1970* (Tuesday) - Fillmore West, San Francisco CA poster review

Early show: Somebody to Love, Crown of Creation, Mexico, Whatever the Old Man Does, Have You Seen the Saucers, Uncle Sam Blues, Emergency, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, We Can Be Together > Volunteers

Also with Hot Tuna, Dry Creek Road, Black Ghost

#September 17, 1970* (Thursday) - Warfield Theater, San Francisco CA

(not verified)

September 24, 1970 (Thursday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Crazy Miranda"

October 1, 1970* (Thursday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA

October 4, 1970* (Sunday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA

Have You Seen the Saucers, Crown of Creation, Somebody to Love, Mexico, Up or Down, Whatever the Old Man Does, Emergency, Wooden Ships, The Man (Bludgeon of a Bluecoat), Greasy Heart, You Wear Your Dresses too Short, We Can Be Together > Volunteers

TV broadcast - KQED, FM broadcast - KSAN, KQED

Also with the Grateful Dead, Hot Tuna, Quicksilver Messenger Service, New Riders of the Purple Sage

October 5, 1970 (Monday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA

First show with Papa John Creach

Also with the Grateful Dead, Hot Tuna, Quicksilver Messenger Service, New Riders of the Purple Sage

#October 10, 1970 (Saturday) - University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee WI

Also with Hot Tuna

October 11, 1970 (Sunday) - Memorial Gymnasium, Kent State University, Kent OH

Two shows, also with Hot Tuna

#October 24, 1970 (Saturday) - Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall, Kansas City KS

Also with Hot Tuna

October 25, 1970* (Sunday) - Unknown venue (Convention Hall?), Wichita KS

Come Back Baby, Up or Down, Whatever the Old Man Does, John's Other, Have You Seen the Saucers, Somebody To Love, We Can Be Together, Mexico, Crown of Creation, Emergency, Uncle Sam Blues, Blues Jam, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, White Rabbit, The Other Side of This Life, Volunteers

Also with Hot Tuna

November ??, 1970 - "The Worst of Jefferson Airplane" (US, RCA Victor) released

November 1, 1970 (Sunday) - Daniel Meyer Coliseum, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth TX

Hot Tuna: John's Other

JA: 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

Also with Space Opera

November 5, 1970 (Thursday) - Boston Fair, Boston MA

Also with Hot Tuna

November 6, 1970 (Friday) - Campus Gym, SUNY, Albany NY

Two shows

Also with Hot Tuna

November 7, 1970 (Saturday) - Roberts Athletic Center, Boston College, Boston MA

Also with Hot Tuna

November 10, 1970 (Tuesday) - Spaulding Gym, Keene State College, Keene NH

Hot Tuna:
Jefferson Airplane:

#November 13, 1970* (Friday) - Capitol Theatre, Port Chester NY

Early show: Have You Seen the Saucers, Somebody to Love, We Can Be Together, Crown of Creation, Mexico, Uncle Sam Blues, Pretty As You Feel, The Other Side of This Life, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: You Wear Your Dresses Too Short, Nothing

Late show: Hot Tuna: Come Back Baby, Whatever the Old Man Does, Up or Down, Blues Jam, Get Off, You Wear Your Dresses Too Short

JA: Have You Seen the Saucers > Starship, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Good Shepherd, We Can Be Together, Pretty As You Feel, John's Other, Somebody to Love, Volunteers

E: Emergency, Hot Tuna: Been All Around This World, Baby What You Want Me To Do

Also with E Pluribus Unum

#November 14, 1970 (Saturday) - Manley Field House, Syracuse University, Syracuse NY

Also with Hot Tuna

November 16, 1970 (Monday) - 46th Street Rock Palace, Brooklyn NY

Two shows

(November 17, 1970 (Tuesday) - Trinity College, Hartford CT)

(cancelled due to a large number of forged tickets)

November 18, 1970 (Wednesday) - Kingston Armory, Kingston PA

Also with Hot Tuna, Cyrana

November 20, 1970 (Friday) - War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester NY

We Can Be Together, Somebody To Love

Jorma later joined the Grateful Dead for a 3rd set at the Palestra after this show

#November 21, 1970 (Saturday) - Pennsylvania State University, University Park, State College PA

Also with Hot Tuna

November 25, 1970* (Wednesday) - Fillmore East, New York NY review

Early Show: Hot Tuna (electric): Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning, Candy Man, Rock Me Baby

JA: Mexico, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Emergency, Greasy Heart, Jams, Volunteers, Come Back Baby, Up or Down, I Can Tell, John's Other, You Wear Your Dresses Too Short, Have You Seen the Saucers, Somebody to Love, We Can Be Together > Volunteers

Late Show:

Also with Buddy Guy and Junior Wells

#November 26, 1970* (Thursday) - Dick Cavett Show, ABC Studios, New York NY

Emergency, Volunteers

Also appearing: Bette Davis, Truman Capote

TV broadcast, ABC

(recorded on November 25)

November 26, 1970* (Thursday) - Fillmore East, New York NY

Two shows

Also with Hot Tuna, Buddy Guy and Junior Wells

(not verified)

November 27, 1970 (Friday) - Fillmore East, New York NY

Two shows

Also with Hot Tuna, Buddy Guy and Junior Wells

November 28, 1970 (Saturday) - Fillmore East, New York NY

Two shows

Also with Buddy Guy and Junior Wells

December 14, 1970 (Monday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Pretty As You Feel"

December 17, 1970 (Thursday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Thunk"

December 19, 1970 (Saturday) - ??? OR

Also with Hot Tuna

(December 31, 1970 (Thursday) - Winterland, San Francisco CA)

(tapes with this date appear to be 10-4-70)

JA did not play this show, it was just Hot Tuna

1971

January 25, 1971 (Monday) - China Kantner born

January 26, 1971 (Tuesday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Pretty As You Feel"

February 8, 1971 (Monday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Wild Turkey"

February 9, 1971 (Tuesday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Wild Turkey", "Rock and Roll Island"

March 10, 1971 (Wednesday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "When The Earth Moves Again"

March 24, 1971 (Wednesday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Third Week In The Chelsea", "War Movie"

April ??, 1971 - Marty Balin quits

April 13, 1971 (Tuesday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Law Man", "Never Argue With A German"

April 21, 1971 (Wednesday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Never Argue With A German"

May 13, 1971 (Thursday) - Grace Slick in accident on Golden Gate Bridge

All concerts cancelled

(May 24, 1971 (Monday) - Minneapolis MN)

Cancelled

June 7, 1971* (Monday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Feel So Good"

June 15, 1971 (Tuesday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "War Movie"

June 18, 1971 (Friday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Crazy Miranda"

June 22, 1971 (Tuesday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Feel So Good"

June 24, 1971 (Thursday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Rock and Roll Island"

June 25, 1971 (Friday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Thunk"

July 1, 1971 (Thursday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "When The Earth Moves Again"

August 2, 1971 (Monday) - Grunt label debuts

August 15, 1971* (Sunday) - Wall Stadium, Wall NJ

Rock and Roll Island, Feel So Good, Somebody to Love, When the Earth Moves Again, Pretty As You Feel, Law Man, Come Back Baby, The Man (Bludgeon of a Bluecoat), Wild Turkey, Third Week in the Chelsea, War Movie, Volunteers > Starship > Volunteers

Afternoon show

August 18, 1971* (Wednesday) - Gaelic Park, Bronx NY review

Law Man, Feel So Good, Rock and Roll Island, Pretty As You Feel, Come Back Baby, When the Earth Moves Again, John's Other, Third Week in the Chelsea, Somebody to Love, Wild Turkey, Volunteers, Eat Starch Mom Jam

August 20, 1971 (Friday) - Cobo Hall, Detroit MI

Also with 5 Man Electric Band, postponed from 5-21-71

#August 21, 1971 (Sunday) - Midway Stadium, St. Paul MN

Also with Hot Tuna, Leo Kottke, The Who, Grateful Dead

Cancelled??

(August 22, 1971 (Sunday) - "SuperSunday Rock Festival", Met Sports Center, Bloomington MN)

Cancelled

August 24, 1971 (Tuesday) - Spectrum, Philadelphia PA

Volunteers, Somebody to Love

(incomplete list)

Also with Edgar Winter Group?, Hot Tuna

September ??, 1971 - "Bark" (US, Grunt FTR-1001) released Rolling Stone cover

#September 25, 1971 (Saturday) - Friends and Relations Hall, San Francisco CA

Private party for Grunt Records

October ??, 1971 - "Pretty As You Feel" / "Wild Turkey" (US, Grunt 65 0500) released

#November 20, 1971 (Saturday) - Crisler Arena, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI

Also with Hot Tuna

1972

January 14, 1972 (Friday) - Crisler Arena, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI

(may be 11/20/71)

#January 16, 1972* (Sunday) - Public Hall, Cleveland OH

1: Somebody To Love, When the Earth Moves Again, Twilight Double Leader, Law Man, Feel So Good, Down Home Blues, Pretty As You Feel, Rock and Roll Island, Good Shepherd, The Man (Bludgeon of a Bluecoat)

2: Come Back Baby, China, Greasy Heart, String Jet Rock, Diana > Volunteers

Also with REO Speedwagon

January 20, 1972 (Thursday) - O'Hare Arena, Dayton OH

Somebody To Love, Greasy Heart

(incomplete list)

??? ??, 1972* - Capitol Theater, Port Chester NY

Trial by Fire, Blind John, Have You Seen the Saucers, Aerie, Eat Starch Mom, Twilight Double Leader, Diana > Volunteers, When the Earth Moves Again

??? ??, 1972 - Convention Center, Louisville KY

March 1972 - May 1972 - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Long John Silver" album

(March 10, 1972 (Friday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA)

(tapes with this date are really October 3, 1972)

March 22, 1972 (Wednesday) - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Revolutionary Upstairs Maid"

March 22, 1972 - May 26 1972 - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Twilight Double Leader"

April ??, 1972 - Joey Covington quits, replaced by John Barbata

April 17, 1972 - May 26 1972 - Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco CA

Recording session for "Aerie (Gang of Eagles)"

July ??, 1972 - "Long John Silver" (Grunt FTR-1007) released

July ??, 1972* - William and Mary College, Williamsburg VA

Have You Seen the Saucers, Aerie, Wild Turkey (or Feel So Good?), Law Man, Crown of Creation, Blind John, Milk Train, Long John Silver, Wooden Ships, Greasy Heart, Walking the Tou-Tou, Trial by Fire, Twilight Double Leader, Eat Starch Mom, Diana > Volunteers

E: When the Earth Moves Again

August ??, 1972 - "Long John Silver" / "Milk Train" (US, Grunt 65 0506) released

#August 10, 1972* (Thursday) - Dillon Stadium, Hartford CT

Have You Seen the Saucers, Aerie, Feel So Good, When the Earth Moves Again, Crown of Creation, Long John Silver, Blind John, Trial By Fire, Walking the Tou-Tou, Twilight Double Leader, Law Man, Eat Starch Mom, Wooden Ships, Volunteers, Somebody To Love, Come Back Baby, Greasy Heart

August 12, 1972* (Saturday) - Festival of Hope, Roosevelt Raceway, Westbury NY review

Blind John, Eat Starch Mom, Wooden Ships, The Other Side of This Life, Good Shepherd, Have You Seen the Saucers, Aerie, Feel So Good, Crown of Creation, Milk Train, When The Earth Moves Again, Long John Silver

Benefit for Nassau Society for Crippled Children and Adults

#August 15, 1972 (Tuesday) - Gaelic Park, Bronx NY

Not verified

#August 15, 1972* (Tuesday) - The Great Lawn, Central Park, New York NY review

Somebody to Love, Crown of Creation, Twilight Double Leader, Feel So Good, Long John Silver, Blind John, Have You Seen the Saucers, Aerie, Trial by Fire, Wooden Ships, Diana, Volunteers

E: John's Other, Eat Starch Mom

Free show

#August  18, 1972 (Friday) - Spectrum, Philadelphia PA

Also with Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen

August 21, 1972 (Monday) - Rubber Bowl, University of Akron, Akron OH article

Also with Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen

Rumor that Jack Casady was arrested during show - it was his brother Chick, the equipment manager, arrested for disorderly conduct. Paul and Grace were arrested for assaulting a police officer.

(#August 22, 1972 (Tuesday) - Cobo Hall, Detroit MI)

Also with Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen

Cancelled due to drug bust

August 24, 1972 (Thursday) - Auditorium Theater, Chicago IL

Trial By Fire

Recorded for "30 Seconds Over Winterland"

#August 25, 1972* (Friday) - Auditorium Theater, Chicago IL

Wooden Ships, Milk Train*, Long John Silver, Blind John, John's Other, Trial By Fire, Law Man, Down Home Blues, Twilight Double Leader, Crown of Creation*, Eat Starch Mom, Jam, Have You Seen the Saucers, Aerie, Feel So Good, Greasy Heart, Walking the Tou-Tou, Come Back Baby, Diana, Volunteers

E: Wild Turkey, When the Earth Moves Again*, Grace improv

* Recorded for "30 Seconds Over Winterland"

#August 30, 1972 (Wednesday) - Assembly Center, Tulsa OK

September 3, 1972* (Sunday) - Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood CA

Trial by Fire, Blind John, Have You Seen the Saucers, Aerie, Eat Starch Mom, Twilight Double Leader, Diana > Volunteers

E: When the Earth Moves Again

Also with Poco

September 7, 1972 (Thursday) - San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego CA

Also with Poco

September 8, 1972 (Friday) - Community Center, Tucson AZ

Also with Poco

September 10, 1972 (Sunday) - University Arena, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque NM

Also with Poco

#September 15, 1972 (Friday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA

Also with Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen

#September 16, 1972 (Saturday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA

Also with Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen

September 21, 1972 (Thursday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA

Have You Seen the Saucers, Twilight Double Leader

Also with Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen

Recorded for "30 Seconds Over Winterland"

September 22, 1972* (Friday) - Winterland Arena, San Francisco CA

1: Somebody to Love, Twilight Double Leader, Wooden Ships, Milk Train, Blind John, Come Back Baby, Son of Jesus

2: Long John Silver, When the Earth Moves Again, Down Home Blues, Eat Starch Mom, John's Other, Trial by Fire, Law Man, Have You Seen the Saucers, Aerie, Feel So Good, Crown of Creation, Walking the Tou-Tou, Diana > Volunteers

E: Dress Rap/You Wear Your Dresses Too Short*

FM broadcast, KSAN

Last original Jefferson Airplane show

* with Marty Balin, recorded for "30 Seconds Over Winterland"

Also with Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen

1973

January ??, 1973 - "Twilight Double Leader" / "Trial By Fire" (US, Grunt 65 0511) released

April ??, 1973 - "Thirty Seconds Over Winterland" (US, Grunt BFL1-0147) released

1974

April ??, 1974 - "Early Flight" (US, Grunt CYL1-0437) released

1975

??? ??, 1975 - "Somebody to Love" / "White Rabbit" (US, RCA Victor 447-0796) released

1977

January ??, 1977 - "Flight Log" (US, Grunt CYL2-1255) released

1987

March ??, 1987 - "2400 Fulton Street" (US, RCA 90036 - lp, 5724-2-R - cd) released

1989

1989 Reunion Tour: Paul Kantner, Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady, Peter Kaukonen, Tim Gorman, Kenny Aronoff (Spencer Dryden was not invited to join)

(August 17, 1989 (Thursday) - Performing Arts Center, Providence RI)

Cancelled

August 18, 1989* (Friday) - Riverside Theater, Milwaukee WI

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody to Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, The Wheel, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: Hesitation Blues, Walkin' Blues, Let Us Get Together, Candyman, San Francisco Bay Blues, Police Dog Blues, Killing Time in the Crystal City, Third Week in the Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, Planes, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Crown of Creation, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: It's No Secret, The Other Side of This Life

August 19, 1989* (Saturday) - Fox Theater, St. Louis MO

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody to Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: Hesitation Blues, Walkin' Blues, 99 Year Blues, I Am the Light of This World, Third Week in the Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, Ice Age, The Wheel, Summer of Love, True Love, Crown of Creation, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: It's No Secret, Planes

August 22, 1989* (Tuesday) - Mann Music Center, Philadelphia PA

Soundcheck: Solidarity > True Love > Solidarity > True Love (excerpts), True Love (complete)

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody To Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, The Wheel, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: Walkin' Blues, San Francisco Bay Blues, Mann's Fate, Third Week In The Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Crown of Creation, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: It's No Secret, Planes

(August 23, 1989 (Wednesday) - Waterloo Village, Stanhope PA)

Cancelled

August 23, 1989* (Wednesday) - Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center, Canandaigua NY

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody to Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, The Wheel, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: Keep on Truckin', Walkin' Blues, San Francisco Bay Blues, 99 Year Blues, Third Week in the Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Crown of Creation, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: It's No Secret, Planes

August 25, 1989* (Friday) - River Bend Music Center, Cincinnati OH

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody To Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: Hesitation Blues, Walkin' Blues, San Francisco Bay Blues, Freight Train (tease), Third Week In The Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, Ice Age, The Wheel, Summer of Love, True Love, Crown of Creation, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: It's No Secret, Baby What You Want Me To Do, Planes

August 26, 1989* (Saturday) - Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia MD

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody to Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, The Wheel, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: Let Us Get Together, Walkin' Blues, Mann's Fate, San Francisco Bay Blues, Third Week in the Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Crown of Creation, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: It's No Secret, Planes

August 28, 1989* (Monday) - Grandstand, New York State Fair Park, Syracuse NY

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody To Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, The Wheel, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: Walkin' Blues, Embryonic Journey, Hesitation Blues, Third Week In The Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Crown of Creation, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: It's No Secret, Baby What You Want Me To Do, Planes

August 29, 1989* (Tuesday) - Radio City Music Hall, New York NY

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody to Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, The Wheel, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: Hesitation Blues, Walkin' Blues, Embryonic Journey, Third Week in the Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Crown of Creation, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: It's No Secret, Baby What You Want Me to Do, Planes

August 30, 1989* (Wednesday) - Radio City Music Hall, New York NY

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody to Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, The Wheel, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: San Francisco Bay Blues, I'll Be Alright Someday, Death Don't Have No Mercy, 99 Year Blues, Third Week In The Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Crown of Creation, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: Planes

Originally, Darien Lakes Amphitheater was scheduled for this date

August 31, 1989* (Thursday) - WNEW-FM Studios, New York NY

interview with Paul and Grace

FM broadcast, WNEW

September 1, 1989* (Friday) - Jones Beach, Wantagh NY

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody to Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, The Wheel, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: San Francisco Bay Blues, I'll Be Alright Someday, Death Don't Have No Mercy, Embryonic Journey, Third Week In The Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Crown of Creation, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: It's No Secret, Baby What You Want Me To Do, Planes

September 2, 1989* (Saturday) - Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel NJ

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody to Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: Hesitation Blues, Embryonic Journey, Trial by Fire, Candyman, Third Week in the Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Crown of Creation, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: It's No Secret, Baby What You Want Me to Do, Planes

September 3, 1989* (Sunday) - Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs NY

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody to Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: Uncle Sam Blues, San Francisco Bay Blues, Death Don't Have No Mercy, Candyman, Third Week in the Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, Ice Age, The Wheel, Summer of Love, True Love, Planes, White Rabbit, Crown of Creation

E: It's No Secret, Baby What You Want Me to Do, Volunteers

September 4, 1989* (Monday) - Lake Compounce, Bristol CT

Hot Tuna: Hesitation Blues, Walkin' Blues, San Francisco Bay Blues, Trouble In Mind, Embryonic Journey, Trial By Fire, Mann's Fate, Third Week In The Chelsea

Airplane: Panda, She Has Funny Cars, Somebody To Love,  Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, America, Freedom, Miracles, Ice Age, Planes, Summer of Love, True Love, White Rabbit, Crown of Creation

E: It's No Secret, Volunteers

Hot Tuna opened because Marty was late

September 6, 1989* (Wednesday) - Great Woods, Mansfield MA

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody To Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: I Know You Rider, San Francisco Bay Blues, Been So Long, Embryonic Journey, Third Week In The Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, The Wheel, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Planes, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: Come Back Baby, Crown of Creation

("It's No Secret" was planned for the first encore but cut due to time restrictions)

September 8, 1989* (Friday) - Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls OH

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody To Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: I Know You Rider, Hesitation Blues, Been So Long, Embryonic Journey, Third Week In The Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, The Wheel, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Planes, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: It's No Secret, Come Back Baby, Crown of Creation

September 9, 1989* (Saturday) - Poplar Creek, Hoffman Estates IL

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody to Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: Never Happen No More, San Francisco Bay Blues, I See the Light, Embryonic Journey, Third Week in the Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, The Wheel, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Planes, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: It's No Secret, Crown of Creation

#September 10, 1989* (Sunday) - Pine Knob Music Center, Clarkston MI

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody to Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: I Know You Rider, Hesitation Blues, Been So Long, Embryonic Journey, Third Week in the Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, The Wheel, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Planes, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: It's No Secret, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Crown of Creation

September 11, 1989* (Monday) - Rockline

FM broadcast

(September 12, 1989 (Tuesday) - Starwood Amphitheater, Nashville TN)

Cancelled

(September 13, 1989 (Wednesday) - Lakewood Amphitheater, Atlanta GA)

Cancelled

(September 15, 1989 (Friday) - Irwin Center, Austin TX)

Cancelled

(September 16, 1989 (Saturday) - The Summit, Houston TX)

Cancelled

September 16, 1989* (Sunday) - Pacific Amphitheater, Costa Mesa CA

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody to Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: Hesitation Blues, Walkin' Blues, San Francisco Bay Blues, Death Don't Have No Mercy, Third Week in the Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, The Wheel, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Planes, Volunteers

E: It's No Secret, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Crown of Creation

(September 17, 1989 (Sunday) - Starplex, Dallas TX)

Cancelled

(September 20, 1989 (Wednesday) - Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison CO)

Cancelled

#September 21, 1989 (Thursday) - Greek Theatre, Berkeley CA

(not verified)

September 22, 1989* (Friday) - Greek Theatre, Berkeley CA review

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody to Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: Hesitation Blues, Walkin' Blues, Been So Long, Embryonic Journey, Third Week in the Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, The Wheel > drum solo, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Planes, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Crown of Creation

September 23, 1989 (Saturday) - "Jefferson Airplane" (US, Epic OE-45271 - lp, EK-45271 - cd) released

??? ??, 1989 - "Summer of Love" (Epic ESK 1804) CD single released

??? ??, 1989 - "Planes" (Epic ESK 1769) CD single released

??? ??, 1989 - "True Love" (Epic ESK 73080) CD single released

#September 23, 1989* (Saturday) - Concord Pavilion, Concord CA review

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody To Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: San Francisco Bay Blues, I'll Be Alright Someday, Death Don't Have No Mercy, Mann's Fate, 99 Year Blues, Third Week in the Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, The Wheel, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Planes, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Crown of Creation

(September 24, 1989 (Sunday) - Los Angeles CA)

Cancelled

#September 26, 1989* (Tuesday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA review

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody to Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: Hesitation Blues, I'll Be Alright Someday, Death Don't Have No Mercy, Embryonic Journey, Too Many Years, Third Week In The Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, The Wheel, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Planes, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: It's No Secret

#September 27, 1989* (Wednesday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA review

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody To Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: San Francisco Bay Blues, Uncle Sam Blues, Let Us Get Together, Mann's Fate, Too Many Years, Embryonic Journey, Third Week in the Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, The Wheel, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Planes, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: ??

#September 28, 1989* (Thursday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA review

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody To Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: I Know You Rider, Winin' Boy Blues, True Religion, Parchman Farm, Too Many Years, Third Week In The Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, The Wheel, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Planes, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds, Rock Me Baby, Crown of Creation

September 30, 1989* (Saturday) - Polo Field, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco CA review

1: She Has Funny Cars, Somebody To Love, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Today, Good Shepherd, Lather, Solidarity, Wooden Ships, America, Freedom

Hot Tuna: San Francisco Bay Blues, Walkin' Blues, Death Don't Have No Mercy, I'll Be All Right Someday, 99 Year Blues, Third Week In The Chelsea

2: Panda, Miracles, The Wheel, Ice Age, Summer of Love, True Love, Planes, White Rabbit, Volunteers

E: It's No Secret, Rock Me Baby, Crown of Creation, 3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds

Free show - food donations to San Francisco Food Bank

Also with Bob Weir and Rob Wasserman

(October 2, 1989 (Monday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA)

Cancelled

(October 3, 1989 (Tuesday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA)

Cancelled

October 7, 1989* (Saturday) - March for the Homeless, Washington DC

Somebody to Love, Crown of Creation, Baby What You Want Me to Do, She Has Funny Cars, Volunteers

TV broadcast

(a tour of Japan scheduled for late 1989 was cancelled)

1990

1990 - "Live at the Monterey Pop Festival" (UK, Thunderbolt CDTB-074 - cd, TB-074 - lp) released

1990 - "White Rabbit and Other Hits" (US, RCA) released

1992

October 28, 1992 - "Jefferson Airplane Loves You" box set (US, RCA 61110-2) released

1993

1993 - "Best of Jefferson Airplane" (US, RCA) released

1996

January 16, 1996* (Tuesday) - Hall of Fame Rehearsals, Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York NY

Volunteers (3 versions), Embryonic Journey, Crown of Creation (2 versions), Jam > drums

January 17, 1996* (Wednesday) - Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York NY

Crown of Creation, Embryonic Journey, Volunteers

With Spencer Dryden, Grace Slick did not appear

1998

April 28, 1998 - "Live at the Fillmore East" (RCA 07863 67563-2) released

Radio Broadcasts

1967? - Bill Graham interview (KSAN)

played portions of 11-6-65, Sept & October 1966 Fillmore shows

September 15, 1968 - Concertgebeouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands

June 13, 1969 - Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco CA

November 1969 - WOUR-FM, Utica NY

October 4, 1970 - Winterland, San Francisco CA

KSAN and KQED, supposedly a quadrophonic broadcast with each station carrying 2 channels.

September 22, 1972 - Winterland, San Francisco CA

Television Broadcasts and known private filmings

(times given for broadcast shows are original broadcast timings, later rebroadcasts or tapes in circulation may be shorter)

various - Fillmore, San Francisco

Many shows were filmed by Bill Graham between 1966 and 1971, but remain unreleased. Some can be seen in the Airplane
collage in the 1971 film "Fillmore" and in the 1998 VH1 "Behind the Music" documentary.

January 29, 1967 (Sunday) - Bell Telephone Hour: The Sounds and Sights of San Francisco (US: NBC 1:00)

It's No Secret

Footage from Fillmore Auditorium, August 1966, sharing the bill with the Grateful Dead. A portion was rebroadcast in a mid-80's documentary, cut with modern interviews with Bill Graham and Carlos Santana. Complete film is known to exist in the UCLA archives, and copies are known in private collections.

May 7, 1967 - Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (US: CBS 1:00)

(broadcast 6-25-67, rebroadcast US: E (cable) 1992, omitting Somebody to Love)

White Rabbit, Somebody To Love

June 3, 1967 - American Bandstand (US: ABC 1:00)

White Rabbit, Somebody to Love

Portions of White Rabbit have been rebroadcast many times, and an edited version of the entire show, including both songs and a brief interview, was rebroadcast on VH-1 in January 1997.

June? 1967 - Tonight Show (US: NBC 1:30)

Somebody To Love, White Rabbit

Rumored to exist, but not confirmed. NBC's masters reportedly destroyed.

June 11, 1967 - Mt. Tamalpais Amphitheater, Marin County CA

This festival was filmed by an unidentified independent producer, but the film has not been released.

September 14, 1967 - "The O'Keefe Centre Presents: The Rock Scene: Like It Is" (CBC Television Studios, Toronto, Canada) (1:00)

(part 1 of 6-part "O'Keefe Centre Presents")

White Rabbit, Two Heads, Ballad of You & Me & Pooneil

Complete show is in circulation, "White Rabbit" included in "Casey Kasem's The Sixties" video compilation.

(hosted by Noel Harrison, replacing Brian Epstein)

(also with the Doors)

(broadcast on CBC, October 16, 1967)

October 31, 1967 - "The Perry Como Holiday Special", NBC Studios, Burbank CA (1:00)

Martha, Watch Her Ride

(lip-sync to studio tracks)

TV broadcast, NBC, November 30, 1967

Not widely circulated, but copies are known to be in collections.

1967 - Bouton Rouge (France)

Somebody To Love

A promotional film comprised mainly of live shots and the studio recording of Somebody to Love. Repeated frequently on European TV.

1968 - Jonathan Winters Show (US: CBS)

Today, Somebody To Love, Crown of Creation

Not known to be in circulation, other than audio tapes. Probably still exists in the network archives.

#April 21, 1968 - Experiment in Television: Youth '68 (NBC, 1:00)

Interviews with Jefferson Airplane, Mamas and Papas, Vanilla Fudge

#August 16, 1968 - West Pole: An Essay on San Francisco Adult Rock Sound (1:00)

Includes Jefferson Airplane, Steve Miller Band, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Sons of Champlin, Grateful Dead

September 1968 - Swedish TV

Interviews with Grace Slick (on-camera), Marty Balin (off-camera) with an unidentified Swedish host, probably filmed backstage at the Konserthuset, Stockholm, 9-20-68.

September 28, 1968 - Ed Sullivan Show (US: CBS 1:00)

rehearsal: Won't You Try / Saturday Afternoon

broadcast: Crown of Creation

Rebroadcast recently in the syndicated "Best of" shows. The backing film and an alternate edit of Crown of Creation are also in circulation.

October 19, 1968 - "Nowtime", Danish TV (0:25)

with Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding, The Spectrum, Beach Boys

(The Jefferson Airplane, Otis Redding and Jimi Hendrix clips are probably from Monterey)

November 1, 1968 - Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (US: CBS 1:00)

Broadcast on CBS, November 10, 1968

(US: E (cable) 1992 rebroadcast)

Crown of Creation, Lather, skit

#November 6, 1968 - Les Crane Show

Interviews with Bill Graham, Grace Slick, Paul Kantner

December 28, 1968 - "Toppop 1968", Danish TV (0:45)

with the Beatles, Savage Rose, Scaffold, Hollies, Ten Years After

(Jefferson Airplane appearance may be from Monterey)

April 26, 1969 (Saturday) - "A Look on the Light Side" (NBC, 1:00)

Also appearing: Bill Dana (host), New York Rock and Roll Ensemble

August 18, 1969 - Dick Cavett Show (US: ABC 1:00)

We Can Be Together, Volunteers, Somebody To Love, Jam

broadcast 8-19-69

Complete show is in circulation, an edited version was first broadcast by VH-1 on June 12, 1996. Released on DVD in 2005.

November 29, 1969 - Fillmore East, New York NY (amateur video 0:06)

White Rabbit, Volunteers

Grace dressed as Adolf Hitler. Part of this show was taped with a b&w video camera from the audience, either by Fillmore staff or someone in the audience.

February 4, 1970 - San Francisco Rock: A Night At The Family Dog (US: KQED/NET 1:00)

Recorded at Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco CA

Aired 12-13-70

The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil, Eskimo Blue Day, jam

(also with Santana and the Grateful Dead)

Complete show is in circulation. Prepared for DVD release in 2005 but shelved after the death of Chet Helms.

April 2, 1970 - San Francisco Rock: Go Ride The Music (US: KQED/NET 1:00, aired 12-6-70)

Recorded at Wally Heider's Studios, San Francisco CA

We Can Be Together > Volunteers, Mexico, Plastic Fantastic Lover, Somebody To Love, Emergency, Wooden Ships

(also with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Sonoma State University, Sonoma CA, August 1969)

Complete show is in circulation.

October 4, 1970 - Winterland, San Francisco CA (KQED - local broadcast)

Unknown Airplane content, may have been part of KQED's "Calebration" series. Not known to be in circulation.

Portions of the Grateful Dead set from this date circulate.

November 26, 1970 - Dick Cavett Show (US: ABC 1:30)

Emergency, Volunteers

Also appearing: Geraldine Page, Stanley Myron Handelman, Rip Torn, Bette Davis, Truman Capote

Portions of this show are in circulation, missing an interview with Grace Slick and about 45 minutes of interviews with other guests.

November 26, 1970 - Merv Griffin Show

not verified

1972 - CBS News Report: The Trouble With Rock (US: CBS)

Unknown rumored Airplane content.

March 11, 1974 - "Onkel John's Born - Drommen on Californien", Danish TV (0:30)

with the Mamas and the Papas, Love, Country Joe and the Fish, Grateful Dead, Simon and Garfunkel

March 18, 1974 - "Onkel John's Born - Med Blomster I Haret", Danish TV (0:30)

with Santana

August 19, 1989 - Fox Theater, St. Louis MO (amateur video, 2:00)

very poor quality

August 29, 1989 - Radio City Music Hall, New York NY (amateur video, 2:30)

Camcorder shot from balcony, complete show.

September 22, 1989 - Greek Theatre, Berkeley CA

most or possibly all of this show was shot by VH-1, used in "Still Flying with Jefferson Airplane"

September 30, 1989 - Polo Field, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco CA (amateur video)

Camcorder from audience, complete show.

October 7, 1989 - Homeless March, (The Mall?), Washington DC (US: 0:20)

TV broadcast.

October 16, 1989 - Still Flying with Jefferson Airplane (US: VH-1, 0:30)

includes Planes promo, Today (Polo Field 9-30-89), It's No Secret (Greek Theater 9-22-89), America (9-22-89), Somebody to Love (9-22-89), White Rabbit (Something Else 1967), Volunteers (9-22-89), Summer of Love (9-22-89), Plastic Fantastic Lover (9-22-89)

??? ??, 1998 - Behind the Music: Jefferson Airplane (US: VH-1, 1:00)

Part of a series spotlighting important rock bands and musicians.

Appearances in Films

January 14, 1967 - Polo Field, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco CA (Great Human Be-In)

This event was filmed by several European newsreel producers. Brief clips aired in "The Ring" interview with Grace Slick, 1990.

June 17, 1967 - Monterey Pop (D. A. Pennebaker, 1969)

High Flyin' Bird, Today

Released on video by Sony in 1985, now out of print. Released on DVD by Criterion with additional tracks.

December 7, 1968 - 1AM (Jean-Luc Godard, 1968)

Schuyler Hotel rooftop, 57 West 45th Street, New York NY

The House At Pooneil Corner

The complete film wan never officially released on video, but bootleg transfers exist of the complete movie. This movie was never completed by Godard, but was completed by D. A. Pennebaker and released as "1PM".

1968 - unknown documentary about the generation gap

Produced by Jim Henson, features interviews with most of the band. Segments were shown in "Still Flying With Jefferson Airplane" on VH-1.

August 17, 1969 - Woodstock: The Director's Cut (Michael Wadleigh, 1994)

(re-release to theaters and video with extra footage)

The Other Side Of This Life (intro) > Won't You Try/ Saturday Afternoon, Uncle Sam Blues

August 17, 1969 - Woodstock Diary part 2 (1994)

(Showtime cable TV special, included much footage not in the movie)

(This was aired as "Woodstock: The Lost Performances" although review tapes are titled "Woodstock Diary")

Somebody To Love, White Rabbit

August 17, 1969 - Woodstock outtakes

- black & white footage (from a news crew?) of JA en route to Woodstock

- alternate edits of Won't You Try / Saturday Afternoon and Uncle Sam Blues

- silent film of the band and audience

December 6, 1969 - Gimme Shelter (1970)

The Other Side of This Life

On video since early 1980's, the best version is on a 1981 laserdisc with an improved stereo mix. Released on DVD by Criterion.

June 26, 1970 - Stamping Ground

Kralingen Festival, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Won't You Try / Saturday Afternoon, White Rabbit, The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil

Complete film released on video by "Good Times Video" around 1986, now out of print. Released on DVD in Brazil.

1971 - Fillmore

compliation of clips, not a live performance

Complete film released on video by "Video Yesteryear", now out of print. A letterboxed print also exists, privately transferred from a 35mm print.

Edited version (letterboxed) shown by VH-1 in September 1996.

Promotional Film Clips and Videos

1967 - White Rabbit

not known if this is a genuine product of the band, included in the UK "Psychomania" video compilation

1967 - Somebody to Love

aired on the French "Bouton Rouge" in 1967, although it may have also aired on other programs

1968 - Greasy Heart

comprised mainly of live performance clips

1986 - White Rabbit

with scenes from "Platoon", shown on MTV to promote the movie soundtrack

1989 - Planes

shown on MTV and VH1 to promote "Jefferson Airplane", also shown in edited form at the beginning of "Still Flying With Jefferson Airplane"

Jefferson Airplane tapes in circulation

This is far from being a definitive list, but summarizes the average length and quality of most of the JA tapes in circulation. In the case of TV broadcasts, the quality is for the audio only.

Note: with the advent of CD trading and bit torrents, this list has become obsolete, but has been retained here for historical purposes.

Sources are as follows:
AU: Recorded from the audience
FM: FM broadcast
SB: Soundboard recording
ST: Studio recording
TV: TV broadcast (usually mono)
VT: Video tape

Quality is the average of tapes circulating for each date. Obviously someone must have high-quality masters, and there could be several source audience recordings for some shows, so this is just a general grade. Quality grades are P: poor, G: good, VG: very good, EX: excellent

Rarity: Range from 1 to 5 (1 = "everyone" has it, 5 = very hard to find)

Date         Venue                             Time     Src     Qual     Rty     Comments

10-??-65    unknown                         5          SB        VG      5        "Chauffeur Blues"
10-16-65    Longshoreman's Hall, SF             SB                   5        not verified
11-6-65      Calliope Ballroom, SF     15         SB        VG      2        From a radio interview with Bill Graham
1-14-66      Vancouver BC                20         SB        VG      5
1-15-66      Vancouver BC                40         SB        VG      5
7-22-66      Avalon, SF                     50         SB        VG      2
9-30-66      Winterland, SF               70         SB        EX       1
10-1-66      Winterland, SF               15         SB        VG      2
10-2-66      Winterland, SF               30         SB        VG      2
10-5-66      Winterland, SF               30         SB        VG      3        may be another date
10-7-66      Winterland, SF               60         SB        EX       2
10-14-66    Fillmore, SF                   60         SB        EX       2
10-15-66    Fillmore, SF                   45         SB        VG      1
10-16-66    Fillmore, SF                   45         SB        VG      1
10-??-66    Matrix, SF                     10          SB/FM  VG      2       may be 10-26-66
10-26-66    Matrix, SF                     20          SB        G        5
11-??-66    Matrix, SF                     20          SB        EX       3
11-6-66      Fillmore, SF                  90          SB        VG      1       may be 10-16-66
11-16-66    Matrix, SF                     20          SB        VG      3       not verified
11-25-66    Fillmore, SF                  40          SB         EX      1
11-26-66    Fillmore, SF                  40          SB         EX      1
11-27-66    Fillmore, SF                  10          SB         EX      1
12-31-66    Fillmore, SF??                5
2-4-67       Fillmore, SF                  45           SB         EX      1
2-8-67       Fillmore, SF                  27           SB         EX      3       not verified
3-3-67       Fillmore, SF                  30           SB         VG     4
3-10-67     Winterland, SF              60           SB         VG     4
3-11-67     Winterland, SF              60           SB         VG     4
3-12-67     Fillmore, SF                  60           SB         VG     4
5-7-67      Smothers Brothers           7           TV         EX      1
5-12-67     Winterland, SF              45           SB         EX      1      available on CD
5-19-67     San Luis Obispo CA     100          SB         EX       5
6-3-67       American Bandstand     10           TV          EX      1      lip-sync to lp cuts
6-6-67       unknown location          20            ??          VG     2
6-17-67     Monterey Pop Festival   45           SB          EX      1      available on CD
7-7-67       Los Angeles CA            45           AU          G       4
8-5-67       O'Keefe Center, Toronto 70           SB         VG      1
9-15-67     Hollywood Bowl                           AU           G       5     not verified
10-5-67     Pacific High Studios       50          ST          EX       2
10-14-67   Winterland, SF               45          SB         EX       2
10-15-67    Pacific High Studios       20          ST         VG      3      may be 10-5-67
12-31-67    Winterland, SF             100         AU         VG       2
-68            Jonathan Winters Show  10         TV          VG      4
1-31-68     Matrix, SF                      90         AU         VG      5      not verified
2-1-68       Matrix, SF                      90         SB         VG      2
2-14-68     Carousel, SF                  12         SB          VG      4
5-18-68     San Jose CA                  50         AU          VG      4
5-18-68     San Jose CA                  70?       AU                     5     alt. source
5-18-68     Los Angeles CA              50        AU          VG       4
8-9-68       Kansas City MO             70        AU            G       4     actually 5-9-69
8-28-68     Copenhagen, Denmark    80        AU          VG       1
9-10-68     Hamburg, Germany         50        FM          VG       2
9-15-68     Amsterdam, Netherlands 40         FM         VG       2
9-28-68     Ed Sullivan Show, NY       9         TV          VG       1
11-1-68     Schuyler Hotel, New York  7         VT         VG       1
11-10-68   Smothers Brothers          13         TV          EX       1
11-16-68   Philadelphia PA               55        AU           G        4
4-26-69     San Bernardino CA          75        AU          VG       3
5-9-69       Kansas City KS              60        AU           G        3
6-13-69     Great Highway, SF          60        FM          VG       1
8-2-69       Fillmore East, NY           45         SB          VG       2     may be 10-4-70
8-10-69     Central Park, New York NY 90     AU           P         5
8-17-69     Woodstock, Bethel NY    25        SB          EX        1
8-18-69     Dick Cavett Show            60        TV          EX        1
9-1-69       Baton Rouge LA             45        AU           G         4
9-1-69       Baton Rouge LA             30        SB          EX        2
9-7-69       Family Dog, San Francisco 30     SB         VG        2     Deadhead Hour brdcst
10-10-69    Vancouver BC                90        AU         VG        5
10-25-69    Winterland, SF               30        SB         VG        3     incomplete
10-31-69    Forum, Los Angeles CA 140       AU         VG        2
11-2-69      Elysian Park, LA CA       60       AU          VG       2
11-29-69    Fillmore East, NY             6       VT/AU     G          1
11-30-69    West Palm Beach FL      70       AU          G          3
12-6-69      Altamont CA                  25       AU          VG        3     incomplete
late 69      WOUR-FM, Utica NY      90        FM         VG        4     unknown location
12-31-69   Winterland, SF                20       AU          VG        4
2-4-70      Great Highway, SF          45        TV          VG        1
2-7-70      Anaheim CA                   90        AU           G         3
2-23-70    Winterland, SF                70        AU          VG        2
3-6-70      Dallas TX                         5
2-28-70    Winterland, SF                50        SB          VG        4
3-24-70    Port Chester NY              90        AU          VG        3
3-25-70    Selden NY                      60        AU           G         5
3-26-70    Dick Cavett Show            10        TV           VG       1
4-2-70      Wally Heider Studio, SF              TV           VG       1
5-1-70      SUNY, Stony Brook NY 130        SB           VG       2
5-3-70      Central Park, New York NY 65    AU             P        4     not verified
5-6-70      Fillmore East, NY          165       AU            VG      2      late show
5-7-70      Fillmore East, NY          130       SB            EX       2      late show
5-7-70      Fillmore East, NY            90       AU           VG       5
5-17-70    Bloomington IN                90       AU            G        4
6-26-70    Rotterdam, Netherlands    15       VT           EX        1
6-26-70    Rotterdam, Netherlands    37       AU          VG        3
6-28-70    Shepton Mallet UK          45        AU           G         4
8-4-70      Matrix, SF                                 SB                       4
8-19-70    Tampa FL                       85       AU           VG        3
8-24-70    Atlanta GA
9-14-70    Fillmore West, SF         125       AU           VG        3
10-4-70    Winterland, SF                90      FM           VG        2
10-25-70  Wichita KS                     90       AU            G         4
11-13-70   Port Chester NY             80       AU           VG       4
11-25-70   Fillmore East, NY         130       AU            G         4
11-26-70   Fillmore East, NY         135       AU           VG        5      not verified
12-31-70   Winterland, SF               50       SB           VG        3
6-7-71      Wally Heider Studio, SF  15       ST           EX         3
8-15-71    Wall Stadium, Wall NJ    70       AU           VG        4
8-18-71    Gaelic Park, Bronx NY    80       AU            G         4
-72          Port Chester NY             45       AU           VG        4
1-16-72    Cleveland OH                 90       AU            G         5
7-??-72    Williamsburg VA            90       AU             G        5
8-10-72    Hartford CT                    90       AU             G        5
8-12-72    Westbury NY                 90       AU            G         5
8-15-72    New York NY                 70       FM           VG       4       not verified
8-16-72    Central Park, New York NY 90   AU           VG       4
9-3-72      Hollywood Bowl             35       AU            G         4
9-22-72    Winterland, SF             125      FM            EX        1
8-18-89    Milwaukee WI               145      AU            VG       2
8-19-89    St. Louis MO                145      AU            VG       5
8-22-89    Philadelphia PA            150      AU            VG       2
8-23-89    Canandaigua NY                      AU                        5
8-26-89    Columbia MD                135      AU            VG       4
8-28-89    Syracuse NY                135      AU            EX        4
8-29-89    Radio City, New York NY 140    AU            VG       2
8-30-89    Radio City, New York NY 140    AU            VG       2
8-31-89    WNEW-FM Studio, NY   40       FM            EX       2
9-1-89     Jones Beach, Wantagh NY 140   AU           VG       4
9-2-89     Holmdel NJ                    100      SB            EX       1      incomplete
9-2-89     Holmdel NJ                    115      AU            VG      4
9-3-89     Saratoga Springs NY      150      AU            VG      5
9-4-89     Bristol CT                      140      AU            VG      4
9-6-89     Great Woods, Mansfield MA 150 AU           VG       5
9-9-89     Hoffman Estates IL         145      AU           VG       5
9-11-89    Rockline                         80      FM           EX        3
9-16-89    Costa Mesa CA             145      AU           EX        4
9-22-89    Greek Thtr, Berkeley CA 145     AU           VG        2
9-23-89    Concord CA                   145     AU           VG        5
9-26-89    Fillmore, SF                   135     AU           VG        4
9-27-89    Fillmore, SF                    60      AU           EX        5      incomplete
9-28-89    Fillmore, SF                   165     AU           EX        4
9-30-89    Golden Gate Park, SF     150     AU          VG        2
10-7-89    Washington DC               20      TV           EX        2

Venues Played

Alaska

Anchorage

unknown location: 5-30-70

Fairbanks

unknown location: 5-28-70, 5-29-70

Arizona

Phoenix

Veterans Memorial Coliseum: 3-??-68

Tucson

Community Center: 9-8-72

California

Altamont

Speedway: 12-6-69

Anaheim

Anaheim Convention Center: 7-15-67

Anaheim Stadium: 2-7-70

MelodyLand Theater: 3-8-68, 3-9-68, 3-26-68

Bakersfield

unknown location: 8-22-67

Berkeley

Greek Theatre, University of California: 7-4-66, 5-6-67, 9-21-89, 9-22-89

Harmon Gymnasium, University of California: 10-24-65, 10-30-65, 3-25-66, 4-16-66, 10-30-66

New Orleans House: 3-4-70

Pauley Ballroom, University of California: 7-3-66

Burbank

NBC Studios: 10-3-67, 10-31-67, 2-22-68

Concord

Concord Pavilion: 9-23-89

Costa Mesa

Orange County Fairgrounds: 10-8-66, 8-4-68

Pacific Amphitheater: 9-16-89

Daly City

Cow Palace: 6-24-66, 7-26-66

Davis

Freeborn Hall, University of California: 5-7-67

Fresno

Selland Arena: 5-21-67, 8-2-68

Wonderland Skating Rink: 6-9-67

Hollywood

ABC Studios (American Bandstand): 6-3-67

CBS Studios (Smothers Brothers Show): 5-7-67, 11-1-68

Hollywood Bowl: 9-15-67, 9-3-72

Kaleidoscope: 4-14-67, 4-15-67, 4-16-67, 3-22-68, 3-23-68, 3-24-68, 4-30-68

Whiskey A Go Go: 11-28-66, 11-29-66, 11-30-66, 12-1-66, 12-2-66, 12-3-66, 12-4-66, 12-5-66, 12-6-66, 12-7-66, 12-8-66, 12-9-66, 12-10-66, 12-11-66, 12-12-66

Inglewood

Los Angeles Forum: 10-31-69

Long Beach

Cal State College: 11-9-68

Los Angeles

Elysian Fields (Big Sur): 11-2-69

Fantasy Fayre: 7-7-67

Griffith Park: 7-28-69

Pinnacle Shrine Exposition Hall: 2-23-68, 2-24-68, 5-18-68

unknown location: 3-11-70

Mill Valley

Mt. Tamalpais State Park: 6-11-67

Monterey

Monterey Fairgrounds: 9-17-66, 6-17-67

Moraga

Slip Madigan Memorial Gymnasium, St. Mary's College: 10-28-66

Northridge

Devonshire Meadows Raceway: 7-16-67

Oakland

Mills College: 3-19-67

Oakland Coliseum: 4-27-69

Palo Alto

Basketball Pavilion, Stanford University: 10-6-66

Cabana Hotel: 5-22-66

Sacramento

Hughes Stadium: 10-15-67

Memorial Auditorium: 5-17-68

San Bernardino

Swing Auditorium: 4-26-69

San Diego

Balboa Stadium: 7-27-69

Community Concourse: 9-1-67

Sports Arena: 9-7-72

San Francisco

Avalon Ballroom: 7-22-66, 7-23-66

Basin Street West: 1-11-67, 1-12-67, 1-13-67, 1-14-67, 1-15-67, 1-16-67, 1-17-67, 1-18-67, 1-19-67, 1-20-67, 1-21-67, 1-22-67

California Hall: 1-8-66, 4-8-66

Calliope Ballroom: 11-6-65

Carousel Ballroom: 2-14-68, 3-15-68, 3-16-68, 3-17-68, 6-7-68, 6-8-68, 6-9-68

Civic Auditorium: 6-4-66, 10-19-66, 12-28-66

Federal Building: 4-15-70

Fillmore Auditorium: 12-10-65, 2-4-66, 2-5-66, 2-6-66, 2-19-66, 3-4-66, 3-5-66, 4-1-66, 4-2-66, 4-3-66, 4-7-66, 4-15-66, 4-17-66, 4-29-66, 4-30-66, 5-6-66, 5-7-66, 5-10-66, 5-11-66, 6-10-66, 6-11-66, 7-15-66, 7-16-66, 7-17-66, 8-12-66, 8-13-66, 8-17-66, 9-2-66, 9-3-66, 9-11-66, 9-25-66, 10-2-66, 10-14-66, 10-15-66, 10-16-66, 11-6-66, 11-25-66, 11-26-66, 11-27-66, 12-16-66, 12-17-66, 12-18-66, 12-30-66, 12-31-66, 2-3-67, 2-4-67, 2-5-67, 2-8-67, 3-12-67, 4-12-67, 5-12-67, 5-13-67, 5-14-67, 9-28-67, 10-11-67, 10-12-67, 10-29-67, 9-26-89, 9-27-89, 9-28-89

Fillmore West: 10-24-68, 10-25-68, 10-26-68, 10-27-68, 7-7-69, 8-30-69, 2-23-70, 9-14-70, 9-15-70

Friends and Relations Hall (formerly the Great Highway): 9-25-71

Golden Gate Park (Polo Field): 1-14-67, 5-7-69, 9-30-89

Great Highway: 6-13-69, 6-14-69, 9-6-69, 9-7-69, 2-4-70

Longshoreman's Hall: 10-16-65

Matrix: 8-13-65, 9-8-65, 9-21-65, 9-22-65, 9-23-65, 9-24-65, 9-25-65, 9-26-65, 1-9-66, 1-11-66, 1-12-66, 2-8-66, 2-9-66, 2-10-66, 2-11-66, 2-12-66, 2-13-66, 4-11-66, 4-12-66, 4-13-66, 5-30-66, 5-31-66, 6-1-66, 6-2-66, 6-3-66, 6-4-66, 6-5-66, 10-23-66, 10-24-66, 10-25-66, 10-26-66, 10-27-66, 11-16-66?, 4-11-67, 4-12-67, 4-13-67, 1-30-68, 1-31-68, 2-1-68, 4-13-69, 8-4-70

University of San Francisco Gymnasium: 11-19-66, 4-7-67

Warfield Theater: 10-19-67, 9-17-70

Winterland Arena: 9-23-66, 9-24-66, 9-30-66, 10-1-66, 10-5-66?, 10-7-66, 10-8-66, 10-9-66, 3-10-67, 3-11-67, 5-29-67, 5-30-67, 6-19-67, 9-29-67, 9-30-67, 10-13-67, 10-14-67, 12-31-67, 5-2-69, 5-3-69, 5-28-69, 10-24-69, 10-25-69, 10-26-69, 12-31-69, 2-28-70, 4-15-70, 10-1-70, 10-4-70, 10-5-70, 9-15-72, 9-16-72, 9-21-72, 9-22-72

unknown location: 3-8-70

San Jose

Civic Auditorium: 3-??-66, 5-18-67

Losers North: 7-1-66, 7-2-66

Losers South: 8-2-66, 8-3-66, 8-4-66, 8-5-66

Santa Clara County Fairgrounds: 5-18-68, 5-19-68, 5-24-69

San Leandro

Rollarena: 7-29-66

San Luis Obispo

California Polytechnic State University (Men's Gym): 5-19-67

San Mateo

Circle Star Theatre: 9-27-65

San Pablo

Contra Costa College: 6-3-67

San Quentin

San Quentin Prison: 2-15-68

San Rafael

Santa Venetia Armory: 1-26-67

Santa Barbara

Earl Warren Showgrounds: 6-11-67, 10-7-67

University of California: 10-22-66

Santa Clara

Santa Clara University: 5-21-67

Santa Cruz

Coconut Ballroom: 5-13-66

Stockton

Civic Auditorium: 4-30-66

Van Nuys

Birmingham High School Stadium: 5-20-67

Venice

Cheetah: 4-9-67

Colorado

Colorado Springs

Broadmoor International Center: 7-27-67, 7-28-67, 7-29-67

Denver

1601 West Evans Street (Denver Dog): 11-7-67, 11-8-67

Connecticut

Bristol

Lake Compounce: 9-4-89

Hartford

Dillon Stadium: 8-10-72

District of Columbia

Washington

Sheraton-Park Hotel: 12-3-67

unknown location: 10-7-89

Florida

Miami

Jai Alai Fronton: 4-30-70, 8-18-70, 8-21-70

The Pub: 4-29-70

Orlando

Sports Auditorium: 8-22-70

Tampa

Curtis Hixon Hall: 8-19-70

West Palm Beach

West Palm Beach Auditorium: 11-30-69

Georgia

Atlanta

Municipal Auditorium: 8-24-70

Hawaii

Honolulu

Honolulu Civic Center: 10-17-69, 10-18-69

Illinois

Aurora

Graffiti: 5-10-69

Chicago

Aragon Ballroom: 7-19-69

Auditorium Theater: 8-24-72, 8-25-72

Civic Opera House: 7-1-67

Grant Park: 5-13-69

Mother Blues: 8-??-66

Edwardsville

Southern Illinois University: 7-24-70

Hoffman Estates

Poplar Creek: 9-9-89

Iowa

Grinnell

Grinnell College: 10-22-67

Iowa City

Iowa Fieldhouse: 11-15-69

Kansas

Kansas City

Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall: 5-9-69, 10-24-70

Wichita

unknown location: 10-25-70

Kentucky

Louisville

unknown location: ??-72

Louisiana

Baton Rouge

International Speedway: 9-1-69

New Orleans

St. Bernard Civic Auditorium: 5-15-69

Maryland

Baltimore

Civic Center: 3-22-70

College Park

Ritchie Coliseum: 11-22-69

Columbia

Merriweather Post Pavilion: 8-26-89

Emmitsburg

Mount St. Mary's College: 4-25-70

Massachusetts

Boston

Back Bay Theater: 12-2-67

Boston College: 11-7-70

Boston Fair: 11-5-70

Tea Party: 4-17-70

Unicorn Coffee House: 4-18-67, 4-19-67, 4-20-67, 4-21-67, 4-22-67, 4-23-67, 4-24-67, 4-25-67, 4-26-67, 4-27-67, 4-28-67, 4-29-67, 4-30-67

Lenox

Tanglewood: 8-12-69

Mansfield

Great Woods: 9-6-89

Waltham

Brandeis University: 4-28-68

Worcester

Assumption College: 3-23-70?

Michigan

Ann Arbor

Crisler Arena: 11-20-71, 1-14-72

Clarkston

Pine Knob Music Center: 9-10-89

Detroit

Cobo Hall: 8-20-71

Eastown Theater: 11-15-69

Ford Auditorium: 6-30-67

Grande Ballroom: 11-21-68, 11-24-68

East Lansing

College Field: 5-24-70

Minnesota

Bloomington

Assembly Hall: 5-17-70

Minneapolis

Minneapolis Auditorium: 7-19-67, 5-15-70

St. Paul

Midway Stadium: 8-21-71

Missouri

St. Louis

Fox Theater: 8-19-89

Kiel Auditorium: 7-23-68, 5-10-70

New Hampshire

Keene

Keene State College: 11-10-70

New Jersey

Asbury Park

Convention Hall: 7-22-67, 8-26-70

Holmdel

Garden State Arts Center: 9-2-89

Lambertville

St. John Terrell's Music Circus: 8-9-67

Mays Landing

Atlantic City Race Course: 8-2-69

Wall

Wall Stadium: 8-15-71

New Mexico

Albuquerque

University Arena: 9-10-72

New York

Albany

Campus Gym, SUNY: 11-6-70

Bethel

Woodstock (Max Yasgur's Farm): 8-17-69

Bronx

Fordham University: 4-19-70

Gaelic Park: 8-18-71, 8-15-72

Brooklyn

46th Street Rock Palace: 11-16-70

Canandaigua

Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center: 8-23-89

Mountaindale

Mountaindale Summer Theater: 8-15-70

New Paltz

State Teachers College: 3-14-70

SUNY Gymnasium: 5-2-70

New York City

ABC Studios (Dick Cavett Show): 8-18-69, 11-26-70

Cafe Au Go-Go: 2-21-67, 2-22-67, 2-23-67, 2-24-67, 2-25-67, 2-26-67, 2-27-67, 2-28-67, 3-1-67, 3-2-67, 3-3-67, 3-4-67, 3-5-67, 3-6-67

Central Park: 5-5-68, 9-29-68, 5-3-70

Central Park (Great Lawn): 8-15-72

Central Park (Sheep Meadow): 8-10-69

Ed Sullivan Theater (Ed Sullivan Show): 9-28-68

Fillmore East: 5-3-68, 5-4-68, 7-19-68, 7-20-68, 11-28-68, 11-29-68, 11-30-68, 8-8-69, 8-9-69, 11-26-69, 11-28-69, 11-29-69, 5-6-70, 5-7-70, 11-25-70, 11-26-70, 11-27-70, 11-28-70

Hunter College Auditorium: 10-20-67

Radio City Music Hall: 8-29-89, 8-30-89

Ritz Theatre: 5-5-70

Schuyler Hotel: 11-19-68

Waldorf Astoria Hotel: 1-16-96, 1-17-96

Webster Hall (Greenwich Village): 1-8-67

Whitney Museum: 10-3-68

unknown location: 3-23-70, 6-20-70, 6-21-70, 6-22-70

Port Chester

Capitol Theatre: 3-24-70, 11-13-70, ??-72

Potsdam

Clarkson College: 10-6-68

Rochester

Eastman Theatre: 8-??-67

War Memorial Auditorium: 3-26-70, 11-20-70

Saratoga Springs

Saratoga Performing Arts Center: 9-3-89

Selden

Suffolk County Community College: 3-25-70

Stony Brook

SUNY Athletic Field: 5-1-70

Syracuse

New York State Fair Park: 8-28-89

Syracuse University: 11-14-70

War Memorial Auditorium: 12-6-67

Utica

Memorial Auditorium: 11-??-69

Wantagh

Jones Beach: 9-1-89

Westbury

Roosevelt Raceway: 8-12-72

Westbury Music Fair: 4-21-68

Ohio

Akron

Rubber Bowl: 8-21-72

Cincinnati

River Bend Music Center: 8-25-89

unknown venue: 12-7-67

Cleveland

Allen Theater: 11-23-68

Public Hall: 1-16-72

Cuyahoga Falls

Blossom Music Center: 9-8-89

Dayton

O'Hare Arena: 1-20-72

Kent

Kent State University: 10-11-70

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City Music Hall: 10-4-69, 2-27-70

Tulsa

Assembly Center: 8-30-72

Oregon

Clackamas County

Unknown location: 7-4-69

Corvallis

Oregon State University: 4-4-69

Portland

Memorial Coliseum: 5-28-67

unknown

unknown location: 12-19-70

Pennsylvania

Allentown

Fairgrounds: 4-26-70

Erie

Gannon University: 4-22-70

Kingston

Armory: 11-18-70

Philadelphia

Electric Factory: 11-16-68, 11-18-68

Mann Music Center: 8-22-89

Palestra: 11-21-69

Spectrum: 3-21-70, 8-24-71, 8-18-72

Pittsburgh

Penn Theatre: 10-21-67

State College

Penn State University: 11-21-70

unknown

unknown location: 8-27-70

Rhode Island

Providence

Brown University: 4-24-70

Rhode Island College: 3-20-70

Texas

Dallas

Memorial Auditorium: 3-6-70

Fort Worth

Daniel Meyer Coliseum: 11-1-70

Houston

Sam Houston Coliseum: 10-5-69

San Antonio

Municipal Auditorium: 6-5-69, 3-7-70

Utah

Salt Lake City

The Terrace: 2-10-68

Virginia

Williamsburg

William and Mary College: 7-??-72

Washington

Seattle

Seattle Center Coliseum: 9-23-67

Tivoli Ballroom: 6-??-66a, 6-??-66b, 6-??-66c

West Virginia

Charleston

Civic Center: 12-8-67

Wisconsin

Beloit

Field House, Beloit College: 7-2-67

Eau Claire

Gymnasium, Wisconsin State University: 5-??-70

Madison

Field House, University of Wisconsin: 5-23-70

unknown location: 5-??-69

Milwaukee

Riverside Theater: 8-18-89

University of Wisconsin: 10-10-70

unknown location: 5-??-69

Belgium

Brussels

unknown location: 8-30?-68

Canada

British Columbia

Richmond

Richmond Arena: 5-27-67

Vancouver

Agrodome: 10-10-69

Kitsilano Theatre: 1-14-66, 1-15-66, 1-16-66

Queen Elizabeth Theatre: 11-9-66

Manitoba

Winnipeg

Winnipeg Arena: 11-11-67

Ontario

Toronto

Nathan Phillips Square (City Hall): 7-23-67, 8-4-67

O'Keefe Centre: 7-31-67, 8-1-67, 8-2-67, 8-3-67, 8-4-67, 8-5-67, 9-14-67, 3-29-70

Quebec

Montreal

Expo 67: 8-6-67

Place Ville Marie: 8-6-67

Denmark

Copenhagen

Falkoner Centret: 8-28-68

Germany

Dusseldorf

Rheinhalle: 9-12-68

Frankfurt

Kongresshalle: 9-14-68

Hamburg

Musikhalle: 9-10-68

Netherlands

Amsterdam

Concertgebouw: 9-15-68

Rotterdam

Kralingen Festival: 6-26-70

Sweden

Stockholm

Konserthuset: 8-26-68, 9-20-68

United Kingdom

Isle of Wight

Ford Farm: 8-31-68

London

Parliament Hill: 9-5-68

Revolution Club: 8-29-68

Round House (Chalk Farm): 9-6-68, 9-7-68

Shepton Mallet

Royal County Fairgrounds: 6-28-70

Commonly Mislabeled Tapes

Most of these are mentioned in the set lists, but are summarized in this section.

October 16, 1965 - Longshoreman's Hall, San Francisco CA

Although this show did take place on this date, tapes claiming to be this show are most likely edited from one of the Fillmore shows from October 14, 15 or 16 1966. Fat Angel in October 1965?? Donovan didn't record it until May 1966!

June 22 & 23, 1966 - Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco CA

Most Avalon shows are well-documented, and there is no evidence that JA played the Avalon on these dates. They did play the Avalon on July 22 and 23, and it's likely that tapes with these dates may be either of these shows, although July 22 is the most likely date since tapes of July 23 are not known to be in circulation.

October 5, 1966 - Winterland, San Francisco CA

Bill Graham's concerts are very well documented, and there is no proof that JA played the Winterland on this date. Since I have not seen this tape, I don't know what it really is, although I suspect it's one of the other common shows from thus run, either September 30 or October 7.

November 6, 1966 - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

A bootleg CD says this is Grace Slick's first show, but gives it this date. Although JA did play the Fillmore on this date, it is well documented that Grace's first show was the day after Signe's last show, which would date it October 16 1966. Although no one in the band mentions that this is her first show, or at least it wasn't on the tape, Grace's singing lacks the confidence of her later shows, and even the confidence of the late October Matrix shows, so in my opinion this tape is indeed Grace's first show and not November 6.

February 3, 1967 - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

Tapes with this date appear to be a compilation of earlier shows, probably from October or November 1966.

February 4, 1967 - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

Jam, 3/5 of a Mile In 10 Seconds, Fat Angel, Somebody To Love, often found at the end of this tape are from Toronto 8-5-67.

February 8, 1967 - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

Again, a date not listed in any Bill Graham or Fillmore documentation. I haven't heard this tape, but I suspect it's probably February 4, 1967.

March 3 or 5, 1967 - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

Another unlikely Fillmore date, since they were known to be playing New York City on this date. Possibly a mislabeled 8-5-67.

May 10, 1967 - another transposition of the October 5, 1967 studio sessions.

May 12, 1967 - Fillmore, San Francisco CA

This tape is Winterland 10-14-67, except Fat Angel from Toronto 8-5-67.

May 29, 1967 - Winterland, San Francisco CA

This show (from the "Loves You" boxed set), is from one of the Fillmore/Winterland shows earlier in the month. Also, the "alternate version" of The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil on the boxed set is actually a live cut, probably overdubbed in the studio.

June 16 or 18, 1967 - Monterey Pop Festival

Their set was Saturday evening, June 17.

June 19 or 20, 1967 - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

Yet another copy of Winterland 10-14-67.

June 21, 1967 - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco

Yet another mislabeled copy of Toronto 8-5-67.

August 3, 4, 5, 1967 - Losers, San Jose CA or Winterland, San Francisco CA

Although JA did play Losers on these dates in 1966, they were playing the O'Keefe Centre in Toronto on these dates in 1967. The frequently mislabeled August 5, 1967 tape is from the O'Keefe Centre, Toronto, although it is often listed as a Fillmore, Winterland, Matrix or Losers show.

September 5, 1967 - Studio rehearsals

Probably the October 5, 1967 rehearsals.

September 5, 1967 - Fillmore or Winterland, San Francisco CA

Actually Winterland October 14, 1967.

October 15, 1967 - Studio rehearsals

Also the October 5, 1967 rehearsals.

October 19, 1967 - Warfield Theater, San Francisco CA

Tapes with this date are probably an edit of October 14, 1967 and June 13, 1969.

October 31, 1967 - Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City UT

This is an entirely bogus show and date. JA were in Hollywood recording tracks for Baxter's, so it is highly unlikely that they would have traveled to Salt Lake City on the same day. This date is the fabrication of a bootleg cd producer, and the bootleg is copied from legitimately released live CDs, including the Fillmore show in the "Loves You" box, "Bless Its Pointed Little Head", and Woodstock. Also listed as "Langoon Opera House".

January 30, 1968 and February 1, 1968 - Matrix, San Francisco

All tapes of these dates are Matrix 2-1-68.

August 9, 1968 - Kansas City MO

Audience tapes of this date are really Kansas City KS, May 9, 1969.

September 15, 1968 - Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

The venue is frequently incorrectly listed as the Paradiso, Amsterdam. All reliable documentation, including the announcer on the radio broadcast, posters, and people who were there say it was at the Concertgebouw.

October 21, 1968 - Airplane House Jam

These tapes appear to be a mix of 2 Hot Tuna Matrix shows from 1969 and Mickey and the Hartbeats from the Matrix, late 1968.

October 30 and 31, 1968 - Matrix, San Francisco

Tapes with these dates are Matrix 2-1-68.

January 2, 1969 - Elysian Park (or Theater), Los Angeles (or Big Sur) CA

February 11, 1969 - Elysian Park (or Theater), Los Angeles (or Big Sur) CA

Actually November 2, 1969.

June 13, 14, 16, 1969 - Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco CA

This run is a confusing mess. It was broadcast several times on a San Francisco station, once as the uncut concert and again as edits from more than one show. Some tapes even include 1967 recordings as this date. All tapes are from 6-13-69, with Pooneil and Eskimo Blue Day from the 2-4-70 tv broadcast.

July 9, 1969 - Winterland, San Francisco CA

Another Winterland date with no documentation. Tapes of this show are most likely the Family Dog, June 13, 1969.

August 2, 1969 - Fillmore East, New York NY

There is no documentation of JA playing the Fillmore East on this date. I believe tapes with this date are October 4, 1970.

September 1, 1969 - Baton Rouge LA

September 7, 1969 - Family Dog, San Francisco CA

Tapes of this show dated September 1, 1969 have been circulating for years. However, it was broadcast on the Deadhead Hour in 1996 as the Family Dog in San Francisco, September 7, 1969. A copy of this tape in the Dead's tape vault is dated September 7, 1969, and Dick Latvala and David Gans both believe this is the correct date and venue.

October 31, 1969 - Forum, Los Angeles CA

At least one bootleg album claiming to be this date is really Fillmore East, May 7, 1970. Check the set lists.

November 1, 2, 3, 1969 - Elysian Park, Chicago IL

There is no Elysian Park in Chicago, it's in Big Sur, outside of Los Angeles. The only date JA is known to have played Elysian Park of these dates is November 2. All others are probably mislabeled November 2 tapes.

February 23, 1970 - Auditorium, Dallas TX

Actually the Winterland, same date.

February 28, 1970 - Winterland, San Francisco CA

Fat Angel, Nothing and Mexico are from Winterland 2-23-70, Wooden Ships and J.P.P. McStep B. Blues are from Family Dog 6-13-69, and The Other Side of This Life is from LA Forum 10-31-69.

May 3, 10, 15, 1970 - Fillmore East, New York NY

June 15, 1970 - Fillmore East, New York NY

JA played the Fillmore East only on May 6 and 7, any other May 1970 dates for the Fillmore East are false. All tapes with these or other incorrect Fillmore East dates are usually May 6 or 7.

June or July 6, 1970 - Anaheim CA

Anaheim, February 7, 1970.

December 31, 1970 - Winterland, San Francisco CA

Tapes with this date are October 4, 1970. There is no evidence that JA did a New Year's Eve show, it is believed to be just Hot Tuna.

September 22, 1972 and October 3, 1972 - Winterland

There seems to be some confusion about this show. It's generally accepted that the last original Airplane show was on Sept. 22, 1972, with a live FM broadcast. Tapes and bootlegs exist credited to both dates, yet they are the same show. The September 22 tapes usually have "You Wear Your Dresses Too Short" as an encore, with Marty Balin. Bill Graham's records support the September 22 date.

GREAT SOCIETY Concert Dates and Set Lists

September 22, 1965 (Wednesday) - Coffee Gallery, North Beach CA

First show - unconfirmed

1965* - Golden State Recorders, San Francisco CA

Available on "Born to be Burned" cd

October 15, 1965 (Friday) - Coffee Gallery, San Francisco CA

Opening of the Coffee Gallery

October 16, 1965 (Saturday) - Longshoreman's Hall, San Francisco CA poster

"A Tribute To Dr. Strange"

Also with Jefferson Airplane

December 10, 1965 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

San Francisco Mime Troupe Appeal Party II

Also with Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead, John Handy Quintet, Mystery Trend, Gentlemen's Band

January 14, 1966 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

San Francisco Mime Troupe Appeal Party III

Also with Mystery Trend, Grateful Dead, Gentlemen's Band

January 23, 1966 (Sunday) - Gate Theater, Sausalito CA poster

Also with Mystery Trend

February 11, 1966 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

Also with the Charlatans, Mystery Trend, Family Tree, The Skins

February 12, 1966 (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

"Peace Rock I" - benefit for Democratic congressional candidates and Viet Nam Study Group

Also with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Big Brother and the Holding Company

February 26, 1966 (Saturday) - Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco CA

Also with the Grassroots, Big Brother and the Holding Company

#March 11, 1966 - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

"The Great Blondin" Benefit

Also with Quicksilver Messenger Service, The Gentleman's Band

March 15, 1966 (Tuesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

March 16, 1966 (Wednesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

March 17, 1966 (Thursday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

March 18, 1966 (Friday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

March 19, 1966 (Saturday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA

March 20, 1966 (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Skins

#May 7, 1966 (Saturday) - Harmon Gym, University of California, Berkeley CA

"Peace Rock 3", also with the Charlatans, Billy Moses, Grateful Dead

April 22, 1966 (Friday) - Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco CA

Also with the Blues Project

April 23, 1966 (Saturday) - Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco CA

Also with the Blues Project

#May 7, 1966 (Saturday) - Harmon Gym, University of California, Berkeley CA poster

Also with Grateful Dead

June 10, 1966 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster handbill

Also with Jefferson Airplane, Heavenly Blues Band

June 11, 1966 (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster handbill

Also with Jefferson Airplane, Heavenly Blues Band

June 21, 1966 (Tuesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Dan Hicks or Don Garrett

June 22, 1966 (Wednesday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Dan Hicks or Don Garrett

June 23, 1966 (Thursday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Dan Hicks or Don Garrett

June 24, 1966 (Friday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Dan Hicks or Don Garrett

June 25, 1966 (Saturday) - Matrix, San Francisco CA poster

Also with Dan Hicks or Don Garrett

June 26, 1966 (Sunday) - Mod Hatter, Mill Valley CA poster

July 2, 1966 (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

Also with Sopwith Camel, The Charlatans

July 22, 1966 (Friday) - Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco CA poster1 poster2 handbill1 handbill2 handbill3

Also with Jefferson Airplane

July 23, 1966 (Saturday) - Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco CA poster1 poster2 handbill1 handbill2 handbill3

Also with Jefferson Airplane

July 28, 1966 (Thursday) - California Hall, San Francisco CA handbill poster

"Bilbo's Birthday", also with Big Brother and the Holding Company, The Charlatans

August 5, 1966 (Friday) - Losers South, San Jose CA poster

Also with Jefferson Airplane

August 26, 1966 (Friday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA handbill

Also with Thirteenth Floor Elevators, Sopwith Camel

August 27, 1966 (Saturday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA handbill

Also with Thirteenth Floor Elevators, Sopwith Camel

September 4, 1966 (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA

Not verified - also with the Grateful Dead

September 9, 1966 (Friday) - Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco CA

Also with Quicksilver Messenger Service

September 10, 1966 (Saturday) - Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco CA

Also with Quicksilver Messenger Service

September 11, 1966 (Sunday) - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco CA poster

Benefit for Both/And Jazz Club

Also with Jon Hendricks Trio, Elvin Jones, Joe Henderson Quartet, Big Mama Thornton, Denny Zeitlin Trio, Jefferson Airplane, Wildflower

#October 20, 2002 (Sunday) - Civic Center Plaza, San Francisco CA

35th Anniversary of the Summer of Love

Birthdays of Band Members

Signe Toly Anderson September 15, 1941, Seattle WA

Marty Balin (Martyn Jerel Buchwald) January 30, 1942, Cincinnati OH

John Barbata April 1, 1945, Passaic NJ

Jack Casady (John William Casady) April 13, 1944, Washington DC

Joey Covington (Joseph Michno) June 27, 1945, East Conemaugh PA

Papa John Creach (John Henry Creach) May 28, 1917, Beaver Falls PA; died February 22, 1994, Los Angeles CA

Spencer Dryden (Spencer Dryden Wheeler) April 7, 1938, New York NY; died January 11, 2004, Penngrove CA

David Freiberg August 24, 1938, Boston MA

Bob Harvey (Robert Brian Harvey) November 17, 1934, Burley WA

Paul Lorin Kantner March 17, 1941, San Francisco CA

Jorma Ludwik Kaukonen December 23, 1940, Washington DC

Jerry Peloquin

Grace Barnett Wing Slick October 30, 1939, Evanston IL

Skip Spence (Alexander Lee Spence) April 18, 1946, Windsor, ON, Canada; died April 16, 1999, Santa Cruz CA

Selected Bibliography

Blasi, Gianluigi (Johnny): "We All Are One", Italy: Sonic Book 1996 (book and cd) ISBN 88-7226-321-2

Fenton, Craig: "Take Me To A Circus Tent: The Jefferson Airplane Flight Manual", West Conshohocken PA: Infinity Publishing 2006  ISBN 0-7414-3656-6

Gleason, Ralph J.: "Jefferson Airplane and the San Francisco Sound", New York: Ballantine Books 1969

Graham, Bill and Robert Greenfield: "Bill Graham Presents: My Life Inside Rock and Out", Garden City NY: Doubleday 1992 ISBN 0-385-24077-5

Kantner, Paul: "Nicaraguan Diary", Little Dragon Press 1987

McDonough, Jack and Paul Kantner: "San Francisco Rock: The Illustrated History of San Francisco Rock Music", San Francisco: Chronicle Books 1985 ISBN 0-877-01286-5

Rowes, Barbara: "Grace Slick: The Biography", Garden City NY: Doubleday 1980 ISBN 0-385-13390-1

Santelli, Robert: "Aquarius Rising: The Rock Festival Years", New York: Delta Books 1980 ISBN 0-440-50956-4

Sculatti, Gene and Davin Seay: "San Francisco Nights: The Psychedelic Music Trip, 1965 - 1968", New York: St. Martin's Press 1985 ISBN 0-283-99277-8

Selvin, Joel: "Monterey Pop", San Francisco: Chronicle Books 1992 ISBN 0-8118-0153-5

Selvin, Joel: "Summer of Love", New York: Dutton 1994 ISBN 0-525-93675-0

Slick, Darby: "Don't You Want Somebody To Love", Berkeley: SLG Books 1991 ISBN 0-943389-07-7 (hardcover), 0-943389-08-9 (paperback)

Slick, Grace: "Somebody to Love? A Rock-and-Roll Memoir", New York: Warner Books 1998 ISBN 0-446-52302-X

Tamarkin, Jeff: "Got a Revolution: The Turbulent Flight of Jefferson Airplane", New York: Atria Books 2003 ISBN 0-671-03403-0

Revision history:

Version 1.0: Johnny Blasi, January 1995

Version 2.0: Scott Abbot, July 10, 1996

Version 2.1: Scott Abbot, Nov. 5, 1996

Version 2.2: Scott Abbot, July 9, 1997

Version 2.3: Scott Abbot, 1998 - 1999 (several updates)

Version 2.4: Scott Abbot, Feb. 29, 2000

Version 3.0: Scott Abbot, October 16, 2006 (converted to HTML)