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THE BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD DIARIES 1970
BY NICK WARBURTON
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[January] [February] [March] [April] [May] [June] [July] [August] [September] [October] [November] [December]
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THE BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD DIARIES BY NICK WARBURTON
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THE BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD DIARIES

BY NICK WARBURTON

Formed in April 1966, The Buffalo Springfield was one of the seminal bands of the 1960s. Only together for two years, the group recorded three landmark albums and enjoyed a top 10 US hit with “For What It’s Worth”, before splitting on 5 May 1968.

The group’s original line up comprised singer/songwriter and guitarists, Stephen Stills, Neil Young and Richie Furay, bass player Bruce Palmer and drummer/singer Dewey Martin.

Prior to the band’s formation, Stills and Furay had worked together in New York folk-rock ensemble, The Au Go Go Singers during 1964-1965, while Young and Palmer had met in Toronto R&B outfit, The Mynah Birds in January 1966, before travelling to Los Angeles in March and meeting Stills and Furay to form the core of the group. Martin had the longest pedigree and was playing with bluegrass outfit, The Dillards before completing the line up.

Over the next two years (during early-mid 1967 and early-mid 1968), numerous bass players replaced Bruce Palmer, who was deported to Canada twice for drug possession. These included Ken Koblun, formerly of Neil Young’s group The Squires and Toronto folk-rock band, 3’s a Crowd, ex-Mastin & Brewer, Tim Buckley and Mothers of Invention member Jim Fielder and the group’s engineer Jim Messina. Former Daily Flash guitarist Doug Hastings also replaced Neil Young for three months in mid-1967.

The purpose of these day-by-day diaries, which cover the years 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1970, is to cover all of the live dates by Buffalo Springfield and the various groups featuring the original members and their respective replacements. These include all of the pre-Buffalo Springfield groups listed above plus all of the post-Buffalo Springfield off-shoots like Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Poco, New Buffalo Springfield, Blood, Sweat & Tears and Rhinoceros.

This is by no means a complete set of live concert dates but gives the reader an idea of the various comings and goings during this fascinating time. I have attempted to enclose a detailed list of sources at the end and acknowledgements.

I am sure there are mistakes in these diaries and therefore I would love to hear from anyone that can provide any additions, clarifications and corrections. My website is: www.nickwarburton.com

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THE BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD DIARIES 1970
BY NICK WARBURTON
January 1970
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[January] [February] [March] [April] [May] [June] [July] [August] [September] [October] [November] [December]
[sources]

Thursday 1
Friday 2
- POCO Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, Utah with Lee Michaels
Richie Furay and Jim Messina's band plays its first show of the year.
Saturday 3
- POCO Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, Utah with Lee Michaels
Sunday 4
Monday 5
Tuesday 6
Wednesday 7
Thursday 8
Friday 9
Saturday 10
Sunday 11
Monday 12
Tuesday 13
Wednesday 14
Thursday 15
Friday 16
Saturday 17
Sunday 18
Monday 19
Tuesday 20
Wednesday 21
Thursday 22
Friday 23
Saturday 24
Sunday 25
Monday 26
Tuesday 27
Wednesday 28
- BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS Winter Festival for Peace, Madison Square Garden, New York with Jimi Hendrix, The Rascals and others
Jim Fielder, who filled in for original bass player Bruce Palmer in early 1967, has been a member of this successful horn band since late 1967.
Thursday 29
Friday 30
Saturday 31

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THE BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD DIARIES 1970
BY NICK WARBURTON
February 1970
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[January] [February] [March] [April] [May] [June] [July] [August] [September] [October] [November] [December]
[sources]

Sunday 1
Monday 2
Tuesday 3
Wednesday 4
Thursday 5
Friday 6
Saturday 7
- POCO Gymnasium, College of the Desert, Palm Springs, California with Lee Michaels, Chapter Power Movement
Sunday 8
Monday 9
Tuesday 10
- LUKE & THE APOSTLES
Back in Toronto, after recording his lone solo album for Verve Forecast, circa November-December 1969, Bruce Palmer joins reformed local blues-rock group Luke & The Apostles in late January/early February alongside Luke Gibson (vocals), Mike McKenna (guitar), Danny McBride (guitar) and Pat Little (drums). He lasts for only a handful of dates before Jack Geisinger (ex-Influence) replaces him. His first gig is Le Hibou in Ottawa.
Wednesday 11
- LUKE & THE APOSTLES Le Hibou, Ottawa, Ontario
Thursday 12
- LUKE & THE APOSTLES Le Hibou, Ottawa, Ontario
Friday 13
- LUKE & THE APOSTLES Le Hibou, Ottawa, Ontario
Saturday 14
- LUKE & THE APOSTLES Le Hibou, Ottawa, Ontario
Sunday 15
- LUKE & THE APOSTLES Massey Hall, Toronto with Johnny Winter
Monday 16
Tuesday 17
Wednesday 18
Thursday 19
Friday 20
- LUKE & THE APOSTLES WM L MacKenzie Collegiate, Toronto
Saturday 21
- LUKE & THE APOSTLES WA Porter Collegiate, Toronto.
Palmer’s last show with Luke & The Apostles, he will drop out of performing and only occasionally return to the stage.
Sunday 22
Monday 23
Tuesday 24
Wednesday 25
- NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE Music Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio
Thursday 26
Friday 27
Saturday 28
- NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE Electric Factory, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with Fifth Avenue Band

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THE BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD DIARIES 1970
BY NICK WARBURTON
March 1970
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[January] [February] [March] [April] [May] [June] [July] [August] [September] [October] [November] [December]
[sources]

Sunday 1
- NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE Boston Tea Party, Boston, Massachusetts with Fifth Avenue Band and Country Funk
Monday 2
Tuesday 3
Wednesday 4
Thursday 5
Friday 6
- NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE Fillmore East, New York with Lonnie Mack and Miles Davis
Saturday 7
- NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE Fillmore East, New York with Lonnie Mack and Miles Davis
Sunday 8
- BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS Curtis Nixon Hall, Tampa, Florida
Monday 9
Tuesday 10
Wednesday 11
Thursday 12
Friday 13
- NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE Contra Costa Junior College Gym, San Pablo, California with Lamb
Saturday 14
- NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE Palomar Junior College Gym, San Marcos, California with George Stavia with White Lightning
Sunday 15
Monday 16
Tuesday 17
Wednesday 18
Thursday 19
Friday 20
- POCO Foothill High School, Santa Ana, California with Smokestack Lightning
Saturday 21
Sunday 22
Monday 23
Tuesday 24
Wednesday 25
Thursday 26
Friday 27
- POCO Tustin High School, Tustin, California
Saturday 28
- NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, California
Sunday 29
Monday 30
Tuesday 31

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THE BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD DIARIES 1970
BY NICK WARBURTON
April 1970
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[January] [February] [March] [April] [May] [June] [July] [August] [September] [October] [November] [December]
[sources]

Wednesday 1
Thursday 2
Friday 3
Saturday 4
- POCO Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, California with The Moody Blues, Steve Miller Band and Turley Richards
Sunday 5
Monday 6
Tuesday 7
Wednesday 8
Thursday 9
Friday 10
Saturday 11
Sunday 12
- POCO Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, California with John Sebastian
Monday 13
Tuesday 14
Wednesday 15
Thursday 16
- POCO Gustavas Adolphus College, St Peter, Minneapolis with Denny Brooks
Friday 17
- POCO The Depot, Minneapolis
Saturday 18
- POCO The Depot, Minneapolis
Sunday 19
- POCO Mandel Hall, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois with John Sebastian
Monday 20
Tuesday 21
Wednesday 22
Thursday 23
Friday 24
Saturday 25
Sunday 26
- POCO Wessell Library, Tufts University, Medford, Maine with David Rea
Monday 27
Tuesday 28
Wednesday 29
Thursday 30
- POCO Boston Tea Party, Boston, Massachusetts with Seatrain and John Fahey

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THE BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD DIARIES 1970
BY NICK WARBURTON
May 1970
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[January] [February] [March] [April] [May] [June] [July] [August] [September] [October] [November] [December]
[sources]

Friday 1
- POCO Boston Tea Party, Boston, Massachusetts with Seatrain and John Fahey
Saturday 2
- POCO Boston Tea Party, Boston, Massachusetts with Seatrain and John Fahey
Sunday 3
Monday 4
- POCO Fillmore West, San Francisco, California with Spirit and Gypsy
Tuesday 5
- POCO Fillmore West, San Francisco, California with Spirit and Gypsy
Wednesday 6
- POCO Fillmore West, San Francisco, California with Spirit and Gypsy
Thursday 7
- POCO Fillmore West, San Francisco, California with Spirit and Gypsy
Friday 8
Saturday 9
Sunday 10
Monday 11
Tuesday 12
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Denver Coliseum, Denver, Colorado.
Calvin “Fuzzy” Samuels replaces Greg Reeves in the band. After this show Johnny Barbata from The Turtles replaces Dallas Taylor.
Wednesday 13
Thursday 14
Friday 15
Saturday 16
- POCO Boston Music Hall, Boston, Massachusetts
Sunday 17
Monday 18
Tuesday 19
Wednesday 20
Thursday 21
Friday 22
Saturday 23
Sunday 24
Monday 25
Tuesday 26
Wednesday 27
Thursday 28
Friday 29
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Boston Garden, Boston, Massachusetts
- POCO Mammoth Gardens, Denver, Colorado with John Sebastian and Ballin’ Jack
Saturday 30
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, Maryland
- POCO Mammoth Gardens, Denver, Colorado with John Sebastian and Ballin’ Jack
Sunday 31

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THE BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD DIARIES 1970
BY NICK WARBURTON
June 1970
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[January] [February] [March] [April] [May] [June] [July] [August] [September] [October] [November] [December]
[sources]

Monday 1
Tuesday 2
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Fillmore East, New York
Wednesday 3
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Fillmore East, New York
Thursday 4
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Fillmore East, New York
Friday 5
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Fillmore East, New York
Saturday 6
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Fillmore East, New York
- POCO Palladium, Birmingham, Michigan with All The Lonely People, Savage
Sunday 7
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Fillmore East, New York
- POCO Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, Ohio with Lee Michaels
Monday 8
Tuesday 9
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, Rhode Island
Wednesday 10
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Spectrum Sports Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Thursday 11
- POCO A Warehouse, New Orleans, Louisiana with The Rascals
Friday 12
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Olympia Stadium, Detroit, Michigan
Saturday 13
Sunday 14
Monday 15
Tuesday 16
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Memorial Coliseum, Portland, Oregon
Wednesday 17
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, Washington
Thursday 18
- POCO Boston Tea Party, Boston, Massachusetts with Brethren
Friday 19
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Oakland Coliseum Arena, Oakland, California
Saturday 20
- POCO Boston Tea Party, Boston, Massachusetts with Brethren
Friday 19
- POCO Boston Tea Party, Boston, Massachusetts with Brethren
Sunday 21
Monday 22
- POCO Simsbury High School, Simsbury, Connecticut with Ten Wheel Drive, The Legend and Good Grief
Tuesday 23
Wednesday 24
- POCO Rogers High School Gym, Newport, Rhode Island
Thursday 25
Friday 26
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG The Forum, Inglewood, Los Angeles, California
- POCO The Ark, Alexandria, Virginia
Saturday 27
- POCO The Ark, Alexandria, Virginia
Sunday 28
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG The Forum, Inglewood, Los Angeles, California
Monday 29
Tuesday 30

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THE BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD DIARIES 1970
BY NICK WARBURTON
July 1970
[intro]
[January] [February] [March] [April] [May] [June] [July] [August] [September] [October] [November] [December]
[sources]

Wednesday 1
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Keil Municipal Auditorium, St Louis, Missouri
Thursday 2
Friday 3
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Public Hall, Cleveland Convention Center, Cleveland, Ohio
Saturday 4
Sunday 5
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Auditorium Theater, Chicago, Illinois
- POCO Atlanta Pop Festival, Byron, Georgia with Jimi Hendrix, The Allman Brothers and many others
Monday 6
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Auditorium Theater, Chicago, Illinois
Tuesday 7
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Dane Country Memorial Coliseum, Madison, Wisconsin
Wednesday 8
Thursday 9
- CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Metropolitan Sports Center Arena, Bloomington, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Friday 10
Saturday 11
- POCO Bullock’s Department Store, Los Angeles, California with Southwind, Blues Image and Blue Mountain Eagle
Sunday 12
Monday 13
Tuesday 14
Wednesday 15
Thursday 16
Friday 17
- BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, California with Gordon Lightfoot
Saturday 18
Sunday 19
Monday 20
Tuesday 21
Wednesday 22
Thursday 23
- BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS
The group, having embarked on a US State Department-sponsored cultural tour of Eastern Europe, visiting Romania, Yugoslavia and Poland, plays in Warsaw, Poland.
Friday24
- POCO Aragon Theater, Chicago, Illinois with Spirit and Amboy Jukes
Saturday 25
Sunday 26
Monday 27
Tuesday 28
Wednesday 29
Thursday 30
Friday 31
- POCO Phoenix Veterans Coliseum, Phoenix, Arizona with Ten Years After, Big Brother & The Holding Company and Cactus

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THE BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD DIARIES 1970
BY NICK WARBURTON
August 1970
[intro]
[January] [February] [March] [April] [May] [June] [July] [August] [September] [October] [November] [December]
[sources]

Saturday 1
Sunday 2
- POCO Galina, Illinois
Monday 3
Tuesday 4
- POCO Rainy Daze, St Louis, Missouri
Wednesday 5
- POCO The Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with Rod Stewart & The Faces
Thursday 6
- POCO Peace Festival, Shea Stadium, Flushing Meadows, New York with Creedence Clearwater Revival, Paul Simon, Steppenwolf, Dione Warwick, Ten Wheel Drive, Al Kooper, Richie Havens, Sha-Na-Na and Miles Davis
Friday 7
Saturday 8
- POCO Stanley Park Stadium, Toronto, Ontario, Canada with Procol Harum, Sha-Na-Na, Melanie and Icarus
Sunday 9
Monday 10
Tuesday 11
Wednesday 12
Thursday 13
- POCO Fillmore West, San Francisco, California with The Byrds and Commander Cody
Friday 14
- POCO Fillmore West, San Francisco, California with The Byrds and Commander Cody.
On the same day, Poco also play Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, California with Peter, Paul & Mary.
Saturday 15
- POCO Fillmore West, San Francisco, California with The Byrds and Commander Cody
Sunday 16
- POCO Fillmore West, San Francisco, California with The Byrds and Commander Cody
Monday 17
Tuesday 18
Wednesday 19
Thursday 20
Friday 21
Saturday 22
Sunday 23
Monday 24
Tuesday 25
Wednesday 26
Thursday 27
Friday 28
Saturday 29
Sunday 30
Monday 31

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THE BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD DIARIES 1970
BY NICK WARBURTON
September 1970
[intro]
[January] [February] [March] [April] [May] [June] [July] [August] [September] [October] [November] [December]
[sources]

Tuesday 1
Wednesday 2
Thursday 3
Friday 4
Saturday 5
- POCO Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, Utah with Leon Russell and Fritz
Sunday 6
Monday 7
Tuesday 8
Wednesday 9
Thursday 10
Friday 11
- POCO Exhibit Hall, Community Concourse, San Diego, California with Johnny Winters and Judy Mayhan
Saturday 12
Sunday 13
Monday 14
Tuesday 15
Wednesday 16
Thursday 17
Friday 18
- POCO Assumption College, Worcester, Maine
Saturday 19
- POCO Yale University Commons, New Haven, Connecticut
Sunday 20
Monday 21
Tuesday 22
- POCO Boston Music Hall, Boston, Massachusetts with The Moody Blues
Wednesday 23
- POCO Felt Forum, New York with The Moody Blues
Thursday 24
- BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS Royal Albert Hall, London, England
- POCO Public Hall, Cleveland, Ohio with The Moody Blues
Friday 25
- BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS Royal Albert Hall, London, England
- POCO Palestra, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with Delaney & Bonnie and Redbone
Saturday 26
- POCO Fieldhouse, Albright College, Reading, Pennsylvania
Sunday 27
Monday 28
Tuesday 29
Wednesday 30

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THE BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD DIARIES 1970
BY NICK WARBURTON
October 1970
[intro]
[January] [February] [March] [April] [May] [June] [July] [August] [September] [October] [November] [December]
[sources]

Thursday 1
Friday 2
Saturday 3
Sunday 4
- POCO McDonogh Gym, Georgetown University, Washington DC
Monday 5
Tuesday 6
Wednesday 7
Thursday 8
- BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, California
- POCO Dewey’s Bar and Grill, Madison, Wisconsin
Friday 9
Saturday 10
- POCO Chicago Auditorium, Chicago, Illinois with Livingston Taylor
Sunday 11
- POCO Labor Temple, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Monday 12
Tuesday 13
Wednesday 14
Thursday 15
Friday 16
- BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada with Mashmakan
Saturday 17
Sunday 18
Monday 19
Tuesday 20
Wednesday 21
Thursday 22
- POCO Cousens Gym, Tufts University, Medford, Maine with Jonathan Edwards
Friday 23
- POCO Syracuse War Memorial, Syracuse, New York with Ten Wheel Drive
Saturday 24
- POCO Wadsworth Gym, Colby College, Waterville
Sunday 25
Monday 26
Tuesday 27
Wednesday 28
Thursday 29
- POCO Fillmore West, San Francisco, California with Procol Harum and Mungo Jerry
Friday 30
- POCO Fillmore West, San Francisco, California with Procol Harum and Mungo Jerry.
This is Jim Messina’s last night with the group. The following night Paul Cotton takes over.
Saturday 31
- POCO Fillmore West, San Francisco, California with Procol Harum and Mungo Jerry.
Neil Young turns up to see the group. Jim Messina watches from the audience.

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THE BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD DIARIES 1970
BY NICK WARBURTON
November 1970
[intro]
[January] [February] [March] [April] [May] [June] [July] [August] [September] [October] [November] [December]
[sources]

Sunday 1
- POCO Fillmore West, San Francisco, California with Procol Harum and Mungo Jerry
Monday 2
Tuesday 3
Wednesday 4
Thursday 5
- POCO American Shakespeare Festival Theatre, Stratford, Connecticut
Friday 6
- POCO Chapin Hall, Williams College, Williams, Maine with Rod Stewart & The Faces
Saturday 7
- POCO Gym, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York
Sunday 8
- POCO Physical Education Center, University of Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut with Van Morrison and Sha-Na-Na
Monday 9
Tuesday 10
Wednesday 11
Thursday 12
- POCO Thiel College, Greenville, Pennsylvania with The James Gang and Gravel
Friday 13
- POCO Wertheimer Fieldhouse, Kenyon College, Ohio
Saturday 14
- BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS and NEIL YOUNG Public Hall, Cleveland Convention Center, Cleveland, Ohio with Circus
Sunday 15
- POCO Gym, Salem State College, Salem, Maine with Travis Shook
Monday 16
Tuesday 17
Wednesday 18
Thursday 19
Friday 20
- POCO Memorial Gymnasium, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee
Saturday 21
- POCO Duke Indoor Stadium, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina with The Byrds
Sunday 22
- POCO Charleston County Municipal Auditorium, Charleston, South Carolina with Freedom
Monday 23
- POCO Glassboro State College, Glassboro, New Jersey with Elton John and Easy Wind
Tuesday 24
Wednesday 25
Thursday 26
Friday 27
Saturday 28
Sunday 29
Monday 30
- POCO Pan American Center, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico
- NEIL YOUNG Cellar Door, Washington DC

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THE BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD DIARIES 1970
BY NICK WARBURTON
December 1970
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[January] [February] [March] [April] [May] [June] [July] [August] [September] [October] [November] [December]
[sources]

Tuesday 1
- NEIL YOUNG Cellar Door, Washington DC
Wednesday 2
Thursday 3
Friday 4
- POCO Pirates World, Dania, Florida
- NEIL YOUNG Carnegie Hall, New York
Saturday 5
- POCO Pirates World, Dania, Florida
- NEIL YOUNG Carnegie Hall, New York
Sunday 6
- POCO Gym, Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut with Buddy Miles
Monday 7
Tuesday 8
Wednesday 9
Thursday 10
- POCO Boston Tea Party, Boston, Massachusetts with Jo Mama and David Rea
Friday 11
- POCO Boston Tea Party, Boston, Massachusetts with Jo Mama and David Rea
Saturday 12
- POCO Boston Tea Party, Boston, Massachusetts with Jo Mama and David Rea
Sunday 13
- POCO George Washington Hall, Phillips Academy, Anover, Maine with Jo Mama
Monday 14
- POCO Edwards Auditorium, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island
Tuesday 15
Wednesday 16
- POCO Playhouse, Hofsta University, Hempstead, New York
Thursday 17
Friday 18
- POCO Fillmore East, New York with Gypsy and Savoy Brown
Saturday 19
- POCO Fillmore East, New York with Gypsy, Savoy Brown and Jo Mama
Sunday 20
Monday 21
Tuesday 22
Wednesday 23
Thursday 24
Friday 25
Saturday 26
Sunday 27
Monday 28
Tuesday 29
Wednesday 30
Thursday 31
- POCO Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada with Johnny Winter, Rare Earth, James Gang and Chilliwack. Simon Caine was also billed but did not play as did not agree the fee

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BY NICK WARBURTON
Sources
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SOURCES:

Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and Neil Young dates: Pete Long’s “Ghosts On The Road: Neil Young In Concert”.

Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills & Nash (& Young), Stephen Stills dates: Johnny Rogan’s “Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: The Visual Documentary”.

Buffalo Springfield dates: John Einarson and Richie Furay’s “What’s That Sound: The Story of Buffalo Springfield”.

Dillards dates: Christopher Hjort's “So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star.”

Poco dates and band information: Jerry Fuentes Poco website: www.angelfire.com/rock3/deliverin/pocoindex.htm

Rhinoceros dates, Nick Warburton and Mike Paxman’s Rhinoceros website: www.rhinoceros-group.com/livedates.htm

Mothers of Invention dates, Charles Ulrich’s Frank Zappa website: http://members.shaw.ca/fz-pomd/giglist/index.html

Thanks to the following for the help with some of the group related dates:

3’s a Crowd: Richard Patterson and John Einarson (Ken Koblun’s gig list)

Daily Flash: Jon Keliehor and Greg Shaw

New Buffalo Springfield: Jerry Fuentes and Neil Skok.

GENERAL SOURCES:

New York dates: Village Voice (for example, Blood, Sweat & Tears and Dr John)

Los Angeles dates: L.A Free Press (for example, Dr John)

Toronto dates: After Four section in Toronto Telegram

Concert posters, including San Francisco, Chicago and Detroit: Paul D Grushkin’s “Art of Rock – Posters from Presley to Punk”

Billboard magazine also lists live dates

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