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 Dennis Zimbelman After the success of the 1974 Bucolic Frolic, veteran rock promoter Freddie Bannister promoted another large outdoor concert in the grounds of stately Knebworth Park, scene of the previous years show. Knebworth 1975 at Knebworth House of Rock U K Feb 17, 2019
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 Dennis Zimbelman Knebworth 1974 The Bucolic Frolic 1974 Setlists JUL 20 1974 Date Saturday, July 20, 1974 Venue Knebworth House, Knebworth, England So far there are setlists of 6 gigs. Saturday, July 20, 1974 Mahavishnu Orchestra The Allman Brothers Band The Doobie Brothers The Sensational Alex Harvey Band Tim Buckley Van Morrison Knebworth 1974 at The Bucolic Frolic 1974 Feb 17, 2019
 Dennis Zimbelman Glastonbery Festival 2017 Day #4 Sunday, June 25, 2017 Abra Cadabra Addison Groove All We Are Altan Ani DiFranco Barry Gibb Beans on Toast Beoga Biffy Clyro Billy Bragg Black Dyke Band Blaenavon Bones Garage Boy Better Know Burnout-13 Cassetteboy vs. DJ Rubbish Chic feat. Nile Rodgers Chris Jagger Deaf Havana Declan McKenna Digital Mystikz Dr Meaker Dr. Dog Dreadzone Dropkick Murphys Earl Ed Sheeran Emeli Sandé Fabio & Grooverider Fakear Forest Swords Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes GOAN DOGS Gentleman’s Dub Club Goldfrapp GotSome Groove Armada HAIM HECK Hackney Colliery Band Hacktivist Hacktivist Hercules and Love Affair House Gospel Choir Huey Morgan Jagwar Ma Jain Jamie Cullum Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation Julia Jacklin Justice Justin Townes Earle Kano Kiefer Sutherland King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Kite Base Kodaline Kraak & Smaak Laura Marling Let’s Eat Grandma Lisa Hannigan Lissie London Elektricity London Grammar Lou Rhodes Lucy Rose MY BABY Marika Hackman Masters at Work Matt Maltese Metronomy MistaJam Moderat Monkey Pilot Ms Banks My Nu Leng Nick Mulvey Nubiyan Twist October Drift Off Bloom Orchestra Baobab Oumou Sangaré P Money Parcels Peterpan Complex Pink Oculus Rag’n’Bone Man Real Estate Rejjie Snow Rex Orange County Roni Size Ryley Walker Sampha Scouting for Girls Shaggy Shaggy Shay D She Drew the Gun Skinny Lister Slaves Slaves Smerz Sody Sound of the Sirens Sundara Karma Sunset Sunday System 7 The Age of L.U.N.A The Bootleg Beatles The Cinematic Orchestra The Courteeners The Jive Aces The Killers The Magic Numbers The Pale White The Sherlocks The Ska Vengers The Sundowners Ward Thomas Woody Woodmansey Yorkston Thorne Khan Glastonbury Festival 2017 at Worthy Farm Pilton England Feb 16, 2019
 Dennis Zimbelman Glastonbery Festival 2017 Day #3 Saturday, June 24, 2017 Afriquoi Alison Moyet Amber Arcades Andy Fairweather-Low Anna Straker BADBADNOTGOOD Baloji Beans on Toast Bill Brewster Billy Bragg Birdy British Sea Power Busted Cabbage Carl Barât and The Jackals Chaim Tannenbaum Corinne Bailey Rae Craig David DJ Shadow DJ Tennis Dead Kennedys Dhol Foundation Difford & Tilbrook Fatboy Slim Father John Misty Foo Fighters Gabrielle Aplin George Ezra Girl Ray Goldie Gorgon City Hothouse Flowers Hunee INHEAVEN Jarvis Cocker Job Jobse Joe Goddard Jon Hopkins Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra Joseph KT Tunstall Kaiser Chiefs Kathryn Williams Katy Perry Keir Kelsey Lu Khruangbin King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Layo & Bushwacka! Leon Vynehall Lewis & Leigh Liam Gallagher Loyle Carner Lucy Spraggan Maggie Rogers Mura Masa Mykki Blanco Nadia Rose Noisia Paranoid London Phoenix Princess Nokia RAY BLK RAYE Ralph McTell Run the Jewels Sasha & John Digweed Sigrid Sister Bliss Solange Songhoy Blues Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel Steve Hillage Steve Knightley Stone Foundation Stormzy Strong Asian Mothers Temples The Amazons The Avalanches The Big Moon The Bootleg Beatles The Egg The Eskies The Jacksons The Lounge Kittens The Magic Gang The Moonlandingz The National Thundercat Thurston Moore Timo Maas Toots & The Maytals Tove Lo Vieux Farka Touré Warpaint Whitney Wild Beasts Wild Front Wildwood Kin Wiley Wilkinson Will Varley Wormrot XamVolo alt-J Glastonbury Festival 2017 at Worthy Farm Pilton England Feb 16, 2019
 Dennis Zimbelman Glastonbery festival 2017 Day #2 Glastonbury Festival 2017 Setlists JUN 22 2017 Date Thursday, June 22, 2017 - Monday, June 26, 2017 Venue Worthy Farm, Pilton, England So far there are setlists of 352 gigs. Thursday, June 22, 2017 Banco de Gaia Charli XCX Circa Waves Everything Everything Extreme Noise Terror George Ezra Glen Matlock Ho99o9 Kölsch LEKIDDO - Lord of The Lobsters! Labess Land of the Giants Melon Bomb Nadia Rose Napalm Death Old Dirty Brasstards Pumarosa Rationale Seth Troxler Steve Hillage The Lounge Kittens The Men That Will Not Be Blamed for Nothing The Orb The RPMs The Showhawk Duo The Smyths Txarango Young Offenders Glastonbury Festival 2017 at Worthy Farm Pilton England Feb 16, 2019
 Dennis Zimbelman Glastonbery festival 2017 Day #1 Glastonbury Festival 2017 Setlists JUN 22 2017 Date Thursday, June 22, 2017 - Monday, June 26, 2017 Venue Worthy Farm, Pilton, England So far there are setlists of 352 gigs. Thursday, June 22, 2017 Banco de Gaia Charli XCX Circa Waves Everything Everything Extreme Noise Terror George Ezra Glen Matlock Ho99o9 Kölsch LEKIDDO - Lord of The Lobsters! Labess Land of the Giants Melon Bomb Nadia Rose Napalm Death Old Dirty Brasstards Pumarosa Rationale Seth Troxler Steve Hillage The Lounge Kittens The Men That Will Not Be Blamed for Nothing The Orb The RPMs The Showhawk Duo The Smyths Txarango Young Offenders Glastonbury Festival 2017 at Worthy Farm Pilton England Feb 16, 2019
 Dennis Zimbelman Marc Bolan founded Tyrannosaurus Rex in July 1967, following a handful of failed solo singles and a brief career as lead guitarist in psych-rock band John's Children. After a solitary disastrous performance as a four-piece electric rock band on 22 July at the Electric Garden in London's Covent Garden alongside drummer Steve Porter plus two older musicians: guitarist Ben Cartland and an unknown bassist, the group immediately broke up.[1][2] Subsequently, Bolan retained the services of Porter, who switched to percussion under the name Steve Peregrin Took, and the two began performing acoustic material as a duo with a repertoire of folk-influenced Bolan-penned songs with an eastern flavour, an obvious homage to Indian musician Ravi Shankar. The combination of Bolan's acoustic guitar and distinctive vocal style with Took's bongos and assorted percussion—which often included children's instruments such as the Pixiphone—earned them a devoted following in the thriving hippy underground scene. BBC Radio One Disc jockey John Peel championed the band early in their recording career.[3] Peel later appeared on record with them, reading stories written by Bolan. Another key collaborator was producer Tony Visconti, who went on to produce the band's albums well into their second, glam rock phase.[4] During 1968–1969, Tyrannosaurus Rex had become a modest success on radio and on record, and they released three albums, the third of which, Unicorn, came within striking distance of the UK Top 10 Albums. While Bolan's early solo material was rock and roll-influenced pop music, by now he was writing dramatic and baroque songs with lush melodies and surreal lyrics filled with Greek and Persian mythology as well as poetic creations of his own. The band became regulars on Peel Sessions on BBC radio, and toured Britain's student union halls.[5] By 1969 there was a rift developing between the two-halves of Tyrannosaurus Rex. Bolan and his girlfriend June Child were living a quiet life, Bolan working on his book of poetry entitled The Warlock of Love and concentrating on his songs and performance skills. Took, however, had fully embraced the anti-commercial, drug-taking ethos of the UK Underground scene centred around Ladbroke Grove. Took was also attracted to anarchic elements such as Mick Farren/Deviants and members of the Pink Fairies Rock 'n' Roll and Drinking Club.[6] Took also began writing his own songs, and wanted the duo to perform them, but Bolan strongly disapproved of his bandmate's efforts, rejecting them for the duo's putative fourth album, in production in Spring/Summer 1969. In response to Bolan's rebuff, Took contributed two songs as well as vocals and percussion to Twink's Think Pink album.[7] Bolan's relationship with Took ended after this, although they were contractually obliged to go through with a US tour which was doomed before it began. Poorly promoted and planned, the acoustic duo were overshadowed by the loud electric acts they were billed with. To counter this, Took drew from the shock rock style of Iggy Pop; Took explained, "I took my shirt off in the Sunset Strip where we were playing and whipped myself till everybody shut up. With a belt, y'know, a bit of blood and the whole of Los Angeles shuts up. 'What's going on, man, there's some nutter attacking himself on stage.' I mean, Iggy Stooge had the same basic approach."[6] As soon as he returned to the UK, Bolan replaced Took with percussionist Mickey Finn.[4] and they completed the fourth album, released in early 1970 as A Beard of Stars, the final album under the Tyrannosaurus Rex moniker. Meanwhile, after helping found the Pink Fairies and appearing on Mick Farren's solo album Mona – The Carnivorous Circus, Took would spend the 1970s working mostly on his own material, either solo or fronting bands such as Shagrat (1970–1971) and Steve Took's Horns (1977–1978).[8] Unlike Took, Finn had no songwriting aspirations; Tony Visconti commented he was not as talented as Took: "Mickey wasn't as inventive as Steve. Mickey's backing vocals weren't strong, so Marc would double-track them with his own voice for reinforcement".[9] Glasatonbery Pop festival 1970 at Worthy Farm Pilton England Feb 16, 2019
 Dennis Zimbelman T. Rex were an English rock band, formed in 1967 by singer-songwriter and guitarist Marc Bolan. The band was initially called Tyrannosaurus Rex, and released four psychedelic folk albums under this name. In 1969, Bolan began to shift from the band's early acoustic sound to an electric one. The following year, he shortened their name to T. Rex. The 1970 release of the single "Ride a White Swan" marked the culmination of this development, and the group soon became a commercial success as part of the emerging glam rock scene. From 1970 until 1973, T. Rex encountered a popularity in the UK comparable to that of the Beatles, with a run of eleven singles in the UK top ten. One of the most prominent acts in British popular culture, they scored four UK number one hits, "Hot Love", "Get It On", "Telegram Sam" and "Metal Guru". The band's 1971 album Electric Warrior received critical acclaim as a pioneering glam rock album. It reached number 1 in the UK. The 1972 follow-up, The Slider, entered the top 20 in the US. Following the release of "20th Century Boy" in 1973, which reached number three in the UK, T. Rex began to experience less commercial success but continued recording one album per year. In 1977, Bolan died in a car crash several months after the release of the band's final studio album Dandy in the Underworld. Since then, T. Rex have continued to exert a vast influence on a variety of subsequent artists. Glasatonbery Pop festival 1970 at Worthy Farm Pilton England Feb 16, 2019
 Dennis Zimbelman Glastonbury Festival 1970 Setlists SEP 19 1970 Date Saturday, September 19, 1970 Venue Worthy Farm, Pilton, England So far there are setlists of 16 gigs. Saturday, September 19, 1970 Al Stewart Amazing Blondel Duster Bennett Hawkwind Ian Anderson John Martyn Keith Christmas Planxty Quintessence Roy Harper Sam Apple Pie Stackridge Steamhammer T. Rex The Kinks Wayne Fontana Glasatonbery Pop festival 1970 at Worthy Farm Pilton England Feb 16, 2019
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 Dennis Zimbelman JUL 13 1985 REO Speedwagon Setlist at John F. Kennedy Stadium, Philadelphia, PA, USA Play REO Speedwagon on Amazon Music Setlist SHARE SETLIST Can't Fight This Feeling Play Video Roll With the Changes (with The Beach Boys) Live Aid Philadelphia 1985 at Philadelphia Penn J F K Stadium Pm Show #2 Feb 16, 2019
 Dennis Zimbelman JUL 13 1985 Madonna Setlist at John F. Kennedy Stadium, Philadelphia, PA, USA Play Madonna on Amazon Music Setlist SHARE SETLIST Main performance Holiday Play Video Into the Groove Play Video Love Makes the World Go Round (with Thompson Twins and Nile… more ) Play Video Guest performance (with Thompson Twins) Revolution (The Beatles cover) (also with Steve Stevens and… more ) Live Aid Philadelphia 1985 at Philadelphia Penn J F K Stadium Pm Show #2 Feb 16, 2019
 Dennis Zimbelman JUL 13 1985 Led Zeppelin Setlist at John F. Kennedy Stadium, Philadelphia, PA, USA Play Led Zeppelin on Amazon Music Setlist SHARE SETLIST Rock and Roll Play Video Whole Lotta Love Play Video Stairway to Heaven Live Aid Philadelphia 1985 at Philadelphia Penn J F K Stadium Pm Show #2 Feb 16, 2019
 Dennis Zimbelman Judas Priest JUL 13 1985 Judas Priest Setlist at John F. Kennedy Stadium, Philadelphia, PA, USA Play Judas Priest on Amazon Music Setlist SHARE SETLIST Living After Midnight The Green Manalishi (With the Two Prong Crown) (Fleetwood Mac cover) Live Aid Philadelphia 1985 at Philadelphia Penn J F K Stadium Pm Show #2 Feb 16, 2019
 Dennis Zimbelman Midwest Rock Festival 1969 Setlists JUL 25 1969 Date Friday, July 25, 1969 - Sunday, July 27, 1969 Venue Wisconsin State Fair Park, West Allis, WI, USA So far there are setlists of 23 gigs. Friday, July 25, 1969 Buffy Sainte-Marie Kenny Rogers & The First Edition Led Zeppelin Pacific Gas & Electric SRC Sweetwater The Shag Add Setlist Saturday, July 26, 1969 Blind Faith Delaney & Bonnie John Mayall MC5 SRC Taste The Shag Add Setlist Sunday, July 27, 1969 Jim Schwall Joe Cocker Johnny Winter MC5 SRC The Bob Seger System The Litter The Shag Zephyr Led Zeppelin at Milwaukee Wi Wisconsin Rock festival 1969 Feb 15, 2019
 Dennis Zimbelman JUL 25 1969 Led Zeppelin Setlist at Wisconsin State Fair Park, West Allis, WI, USA Tour: North America Summer 1969 Tour statistics Add setlist Play Led Zeppelin on Amazon Music Setlist SHARE SETLIST Train Kept A-Rollin' (Tiny Bradshaw cover) Play Video I Can't Quit You Baby (Willie Dixon cover) Play Video Dazed and Confused (Jake Holmes cover) Play Video White Summer/Black Mountain Side Play Video How Many More Times Play Video Encore: Led Zeppelin at Milwaukee Wi Wisconsin Rock festival 1969 Feb 15, 2019