THE BOB DYLAN CONCERTS AND TOURS PROGRAMMES

1961 Nov 4, Carnegie Chapter Hall, NYC

1962 Sept 22, Carnegie Hall, NYC

1963 Apr 12, Town Hall NYC

1963 May 17-19, Monterey Festival

1963 July 26-28, Newport Folk Festival

1963 Aug 19, NYC, Forest Hills

1963 Oct 26, Carnegie Hall, NYC

1964 Feb 8, Atlanta

1964 May 17, Royal Festival Hall, London

1964 June 17, Ravinia Festival, Ill, USA

1964 July 23-26, Newport Festival

1964 Oct 31, Philharmonic Hall, NYC

1964 Nov 20, Chicago, Ill

1965 Apr 24, Seattle

1965 May 9-12, Royal Albert Hall, London

1965 July 22-25, Newport Festival

1965 Oct 1st, NYC, Carnegie Hall

1966 April, Australia Tour

1966 May, Europe Tour

1966 May 24, L'Olympia, Paris

1966 UK, unofficial

1969 Aug 31, Isle Of Wight Festival

1976 Jan 25, 'Hurricane II', Houston

1978 World Tour

1978 Jul 15, The Picnic At Blackbushe

1981 Europe Tour

1982 June 6, Peace Sunday, Pasadena

1984 Europe Tour

1984 July 8, Slane Castle

1985 July 13, Live Aid, Philadelphia, Pa

1985 Sep 22, Farm Aid I, Champaign, Ill

1986 True Confessions Tour

1987 Temples In Flame Tour, Europe

1987 Sep 17, East Berlin

1988 Never Ending Tour USA & Canada

1989 Jun 26, Patras, Greece

1990 Feb 24, Roy Orbison Tribute

1990 June 5-7, Toronto, Canada

1990 Never Ending Tour, Europe

1991 Never Ending Tour, Argentina

1992 Never Ending Tour

1992 Oct 16, 30th Anniversary, NYC

1993 Fleadh Festival

1994 Nara, The Great Music Experience

1994 Aug 13, Woodstock II Festival

1996 June 29, Prince's Trust, London

1996 July 21, Pori Jazz Festival, Finland

1997 Never Ending Tour, Japan

1998 May 31, Nüremberg Festival

1998 Feb 1st, Newark

1998 June 28, Glastonbury Festival
2000 June 15, Portland, Or

2001 June 28, Langesund, Norway

2002 Never Ending Tour, Europe

2002 Aug 19, Southampton, NY

2002 Oct Never Ending Tour USA

2003 Never Ending Tour, Europe

2004 Never Ending Tour, Europe

2004 June 20 Fleadh Festival

2005 Never Ending Tour

2007 Never Ending Tour, Europe

2007 Oct 16, Dayton, OH
2008 July 5, Jaén, Spain

2009 Never Ending Tour

2010 Never Ending Tour

2010 Sept 4-6  Bumbershoot Festival

2011 Apr 15, Singapore

2011 June 18, London Feis

2012 Apr 26-30, Buenos Aires

2013 Never Ending Tour
2013 April 9, Lowell, Ma.
2014 Never Ending Tour, Japan
2015 Never Ending Tour, Europe
2016 Never Ending Tour, Japan
2017 Never Ending Tour, Europe
2018 April 3-5, Roma, Italy
2018 April 23, Baden-Baden, Germany
 
 
 

THE ROY ORBISON CONCERT TRIBUTE -TO BENEFIT THE HOMELESS February 24, 1990, Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, California.
Universal Amphitheatre was an indoor amphitheatre located in Los Angeles, Ca., within Universal City, then remodeled and converted into an indoor theatre in 1982 to improve acoustics. Its capacity was 6189 seats. It closed on September 6 2013, to be demolished for The Wizarding World of Harry Potter attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood.

 

 Original program (8.5 x 11 inches).

Roy died December 6, 1988, in Hendersonville, Tennessee. This concert was held in his honor and conceived by his wife, Barbara, knowing his commitment to the homeless.The concert consisted of narration, musical performances, film, poetry, and taped messages. The program booklet lists names of hosts, performers, and credits (concert production). There is a very nice 3 page synopsis of Roy's life and legendary career with pictures, including an awesome one with The Beatles (early: he was one of their heroes). There are several pages of written tributes from famous singer/songwriters: Bruce Springsteen, Emmylou Harris, Bob Dylan, Bono (U2), Mick Jagger (Rolling Stones), Jeff Lynne (ELO, Traveling Wilburys), Tom Petty, George Harrison, and Chris Isaak.

The program include photos. There is a full page photo of Cher. Roy's complete discography is listed on a full page. All photos are black/white.

The program was printed before all acts were lined up, so an addendum page was included. It is a loose sheet of nice linen paper. Many of the hosts/performers are listed in the booklet; all are listed on the loose sheet.Hosts that night included Gary Busey, Dean Stockwell, Patrick Swayze, Bernie Taupin (Elton John), Lyle Alzado, Harry Dean Stanton, Levon Helm (The Band), Katey Sagal (Married with Children). Acts included : Dean Stockwell, NRBQ, Booker T. Jones, Levon Helm, Harry Dean Stanton, Joe Ely, John Lee Hooker, Gary Busey, Johnny Cash, Ricky Skaggs, Benny Mardones, k.d. Lang, A film by Malcolm Leo, The Femme Fatales, The Shrunken Heads, The Stray Cats, Cindy Bullens, Larry Gatlin with Patrick Swayze, John Hiatt, Foster and Lloyd, B.B. King, Was (Not Was), A Poem by Russ Garner, Iggy Pop, Chris Isaak, Syd Straw, Dwight Yoakum, Emmylou Harris and Michael McDonald, John Fogerty (Creedence Clearwater Revival, CCR), Bonnie Raitt, Pete Townshend (The Who), David Crosby, Chris Hillman & Roger McGuinn (The Byrds), Rodney Crowell, Chris Frantz (Talking Heads), Michelle Shocked, and Tina Weymouth. The TCB Band : James Burton, Ronnie Tutt, Jerry Sheff, Jeff Burton, Glen D. Hardin, and Steven Soles. The Roy Orbison Singers: Gwen Kay, Richard Law, and Lisa Mummert. Was (Not Was): Kenny Aaronoff, Al Kooper, Jamie Muhoberac, David McMurray, Randy Jacobs, Dave Alvin (The Blasters), Pete Anderson, Don Was, David Was, Debra Dobkin, Donald Ray Mitchell, Sweet Pea Atkinson, and Sir Harry Bowens. Music Directors: Mike Utley and Don Was. Interocetor: T. Bone Burnett. Not on the list of performers (they just showed up): George Harrison, Bob Dylan.

Bob Dylan performed 3 songs:

Mr. Tambourine Man

He Was A Friend Of Mine (trad., registered as Bob Dylan)

Only The Lonely (Know The Way I Feel) (Roy Orbison/Joe Melson)