Oscar Brand's Concert History

Oscar Brand (February 7, 1920 – September 30, 2016) was a Canadian-born American folk singer-songwriter and author. In his career, spanning 70 years, he composed at least 300 songs and released nearly 100 albums, among them Canadian and American patriotic songs. Brand's music runs the gamut from novelty songs to serious social commentary and spans a number of genres. He also wrote a number of short stories.

Date   Concert   Venue   Location  
May 28, 1976 A Concert Tribute to Phil Ochs by his Friends  
Pete Seeger / Melanie / Oscar Brand / Dave Van Ronk / Ramblin' Jack Elliott / Danny Kalb / Eric Andersen
Felt Forum New York, New York, United States
Jul 22, 1965 –
Jul 25, 1965
Newport Folk Festival 1965  
Bob Dylan / Joan Baez / Gordon Lightfoot / Pete Seeger / Chambers Brothers / Josh White / Lightnin' Hopkins / Rev. Gary Davis / ian and sylvia / new lost city ramblers / Peter, Paul & Mary / Jean Ritchie / Mississippi John Hurt / Son House / Arthur Smith / Maybelle Carter / Theodore Bikel / Oscar Brand / Memphis Slim And Willie Dixon / Mark Spoelstra / Ronnie gilbert / Jim Kweskin & the Jug Band / Hamilton Camp / Cousin Emmy / Kathy And Carol / Horton Barker / Mance Lipscomb / Len Chandler / Fannie Lou Hamer / Sam and Kirk McGee / Moving Star Hall Singers / Paul Butterfield Band / John Koerner / Norman Kennedy / Pat Sky / Bernice Reagon / Cajun Band / Margaret Barry & Michael Gorman / Jean Ritche / Eric Van Schmidt / Lily Bros. & Tex Logan Show all bands
Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Concerts Per Year:
1976 1 concert
1965 1 concert
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