Friday, August 27, 2010

THE GUESS WHO FAMILY TREE


THE RAVE-ONS (195? - 1959)
1) Allan Peter Stanley Kowbel (aka Chad Allan) vocals, rhythm guitar
2) Johnny Glowa guitar
3) Gordon Murison guitar
4) Ron Allardyce drums


ALLAN AND THE SILVERTONES #1 (1959)
1) Chad Allan
2) Johnny Glowa
3) Ralph Lavalley guitar or bass


ALLA AND THE SILVERTONES #2 (1959 - 1959 or 1960) / THE SILVERTONES #1 (1959 or 1960)
1) Chad Allan
2) Johnny Glowa
3) Brian 'Ducky' Donald drums
4) Carol Barnes vocals
5) Bob Ashley piano, organ,tambourine
6) Michael James 'Jim' Kale bass, vocals


THE SILVERTONES #2 (1959 or 1960 - 1961)
1) Chad Allan
2) Brian Donald
3) Carol Barnes
4) Bob Ashley
5) Jim Kale
6) Larry Wah guitar


THE SILVERTONES #3 (1961 - 1962)
1) Chad Allan
2) Bob Ashley
3) Jim Kale
4) Carol West vocals
5) Randolph Charles 'Randy' Bachman lead guitar, vocals, harmonica
6) Garry Dennis Peterson drums, sax


CHAD ALLAN AND THE REFLECTIONS (1962 - 1964) / CHAD ALLAN AND THE ORIGINAL REFLECTIONS (1964) / CHAD ALLAN AND THE EXPRESSIONS (1964 - 1965) / THE GUESS WHO #1 (1965 - DEC 1965)
1) Chad Allan
2) Bob Ashley
3) Jim Kale
4) Randy Bachman
5) Garry Peterson


THE GUESS WHO #2 (DEC 1965 - 1966)
1) Chad Allan
2) Jim Kale
3) Randy Bachman
4) Garry Peterson
5) Burton Lome Cummings vocals, keyboards


THE GUESS WHO #3 (1966)
1) Jim Kale
2) Randy Bachman
3) Garry Peterson
4) Burton Cummings
5) Bruce Decker guitar


THE GUESS WHO #4 (1966 - JUL 1970)
1) Jim Kale
2) Randy Bachman
3) Garry Peterson
4) Burton Cummings


THE GUESS WHO #5 (JUL 1970 - 1972)
1) Jim Kale
2) Garry Peterson
3) Burton Cummings
4) Kurt Winter guitar
5) Gregory 'Greg' Leskiw guitar


THE GUESS WHO #6 (1972)
1) Jim Kale
2) Garry Peterson
3) Burton Cummings
4) Kurt Winter
5) Donald C. 'Donnie' McDougall guitar


THE GUESS WHO #7 (1972 - 1974)
1) Garry Peterson
2) Burton Cummings
3) Kurt Winter
4) Donnie McDougall
5) Bill Wallace bass


THE GUESS WHO #8 (1974 - 1975)
1) Garry Peterson
2) Burton Cummings
3) Bill Wallace
4) Domenic Michael Antonio 'Dom' Troiano guitar


THE GUESS WHO #9 (1978 - 1979)
1) Donnie McDougall
2) Kurt Winter
3) Jim Kale
4) Vance Masters drums


THE GUESS WHO #10 (1979 - NOV 1980)
1) Jim Kale
2) Donnie McDougall
3) Vance Masters
4) Dave Inglis guitar


THE GUESS WHO #11 (1983 - ca. NOV 1983)
1) Jim Kale
2) Randy Bachman
3) Burton Cummings
4) Garry Peterson


THE GUESS WHO #12 (1990 - 1997)
1) Jim Kale
2) Garry Peterson
3) Dale Russell guitar
4) Leonard 'Lewsh' Shaw vocals, keyboards, sax, flute
5) Terry Hatty vocals, guitar


THE GUESS WHO #13 (1997 - AUG 7, 1999)
1) Jim Kale
2) Garry Peterson
3) Leonard Shaw
4) Dale Russell
5) Carl Dixon vocals. guitar


THE GUESS WHO #14 (AUG 8, 1999 - 2004)
1) Jim Kale
2) Garry Peterson
3) Randy Bachman
4) Burton Cummings


THE GUESS WHO #15 (2004 - PRESENT)
1) Jim Kale
2) Garry Peterson
3) Leonard Shaw
4) Derek Sharp lead vocals, guitar
5) Laurie MacKenzie vocals, guitar


TERRY KNIGHT AND THE PACK FAMILY TREE - SHOWS LIST


THE JAZZ MASTERS (1964 - 1965)
1) Donald George 'Donnie' Brewer vocals, drums
2) Bob 'Bobby' Caldwell vocals, organ, bells
3) Herman 'Herm' Jackson vocals, bass
4) Al Pippins vocals, guitar


TERRY KNIGHT AND THE PACK #1 (1965 - DEC 2?, 1965)
1) Donnie Brewer
2) Bobby Caldwell
3) Herm Jackson
4) Curt Johnson vocals, guitar
5) Richard Terrance Knapp (aka Terry Knight) lead vocals, piano, maracas, harmonica, tamburine, harpsicord


circa August 1965: 'Teen Town', Channel 9 TV Show, CKLW-TV Studios, Windsor, Ontario, Canada
The show was hosted by famous deejay Robin Seymour. The show was broadcasted not only in Canada but in Detroit (Michigan), Ohio and New York too.


October 30, 1965: 'Upbeat', WEWS-TV Show, Cleveland, OH with The Newbeats, Gene Dushon, The Three Degrees (broadcast date)

November 26, 1965: Cobo Arena, 301 Civic Center Drive, Detroit, MI with The Rolling Stones

December 10, 1965: Cobo Arena, 301 Civic Center Drive, Detroit, MI with The Dave Clark Five, MC-5, The Underdogs

December 12, 1965: IMA Auditorium, Flint, MI with The Yardbirds, Beau Brummels, The Strangeloves, The Jones Boys


TERRY KNIGHT AND THE PACK #2 (DEC 2?, 1965 - JUL 1966)
1) Donnie Brewer 
2) Bobby Caldwell
3) Curt Johnson
4) Terry Knight
5) Mark Frederick Farner vocals, bass


December 2?, 1965 - 1966: Riviera Terrace, Flint, MI
The band played there as house band.


March 5, 1966: Mother's, 223 East Ann Street, Ann Arbor, MI with MC-5, The Bossmen, The McCoys, Deon Jackson, The Rationals, The Underdogs, The Four Of Us, Bobby Rigg and The Cheveles, The New Colony Six 

April 16, 1966: 'Upbeat', WEWS-TV Show, Cleveland, OH with Julius LaRosa, Peter and Gordon, The Platters, Shadows of Knight, The Stairsteps, The Vogues (broadcast date)

April 23, 1966: 'Upbeat', WEWS-TV Show, Cleveland, OH with The Changing Times, The Critters, Dean Jackson, Peter & Gordon, Teddy and the Pandas, and Berry Young (broadcast date)

May 28, 1966: 'Upbeat', WEWS-TV Show, Cleveland, OH with Vic Dana, The Miracles, The Royalettes (broadcast date)

June 1966: Sugar Shack, Chillicothe, OH

July 2, 1966: 'Where The Action Is', ABC TV Show, unknown venue, Minneapolis, MN
The band was filmed for ABC-TV show 'Where The Action Is' while performing somewhere in Minneapolis. Their performance was broadcasted on September 23.


July 15, 1966: Mother's, 223 East Ann Street, Ann Arbor, MI with The Chosen Few


TERRY KNIGHT AND THE PACK #3 (aka #1) (JUL 1966 - JAN 1967)
1) Donnie Brewer
2) Bobby Caldwell
3) Terry Knight
4) Curt Johnson
5) Herm Jackson


July 21-23, 1966: La Cave, 10165 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH

July 23, 1966: 'Upbeat', WEWS-TV Show, Cleveland, OH with The Bossmen, Bobby Hebb, Tommy James, Dionne Warwick (broadcast date)

September 27, 1966: La Cave, 10165 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH

October 1, 1966: 'Upbeat', WEWS-TV Show, Cleveland, OH with Lesley Gore, J.J. Jackson, Keith, The Mugwumps, The Quadrangle, The Rationals, Shadows of Knight, and Jean-Paul Vignon (broadcast date)

October 2, 1966: Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI with ? and The Mysterians, The Capreez, The Left Banke, Jimmy Ruffin, The Rationals, Richard and The Young Lions, Ronnie & Robyn, Bob Seger and The Last Heard, The Shadows Of Knight, Del Shannon, The Temptations, The Vogues "ALSAC Charity Campaign - WKNR "Thank You!" Concert"

October 8, 1966: 'Upbeat', WEWS-TV Show, Cleveland, OH with Gene Pitney, The Good Times, The Blues Project, The Bossmen, The Hollies, Bob Seeger (broadcast date)

October 1966: 'Where The Action Is', ABC-TV Show, unknown venue, Sherman Oaks, CA
This is a recording date, the show was broadcasted on December 15.

November 5, 1966: unknown venue, Cleveland, OH


Novmeber 19, 1966: Fifth Dimension, Ann Arbor, MI 
Fall 1966: various gigs on Los Angeles's area with 'The Dick Clark Caravan Tour'


December 3, 1966: 'Upbeat', WEWS-TV Show, Cleveland, OH with The Arbors, Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels, The Rebounds, Freddy Scott, The Vogues, Jackie Wilson (broadcast date)

December 4, 1966: Action House, Island Park, NY with The Fugs, Velvet Underground, Nico, Andy Warhol, Mothers of Invention, The Vangrats, The Left Banke, Brian Hyland, Lenny Welch, The Shangri-Las, The Ronettes, The Godz, The Seventh Sons "Freak-Out '66"
Terry Knight and The Pack was advertised but maybe they don't played.

unknown date, 1966: The Agora Club, Cleveland, OH

unknown date, 1966: The Mentor Hullabaloo, Cleveland,OH

unknown date, 1966: The Chagrin Armory, Cleveland, OH

unknown date, 1966: unknown venue, Chicago, IL

unknown date, 1966: unknown venue, New Yor City, NY


TERRY KNIGHT AND THE PACK #4 (JAN 1967 - ca. APR 2, 1967)
1) Terry Knight
2) Donnie Brewer
3) Bobby Caldwell
4) Herm Jackson
5) Mark Farner vocals, guitar


February 11, 1967: 'Upbeat', WEWS-TV Show, Cleveland, OH with Johnny Nash (co-host), The Four Seasons, Gary and the Hornets, The Jive Five, The Magnificent Men, Nick Palmer, The Temptations, The Toys, The Unluv'd (broadcast date)

March 18, 1967: 'Clay Cole's Diskotek', WPIX Channel 11, unknown television studio, New York City, NY with The Temptations, The Critters, Frankie Randell (broadcast date) 


THE FABULOUS PACK #1 (ca. APR 3, 1967 - SEPT 1967)
1) Donnie Brewer
2) Bobby Caldwell
3) Mark Farner lead vocals, rhythm guitar
4) Herm Jackson
5) Curt Johnson vocals, lead guitar


April 23, 1967: Memorial Auditorium, Canton, OH with The Beach Boys, Jim and Jean, The Buckinghams, The Chylds

April 24, 1967: Civic Theater, Akron, OH with The Beach Boys, Jim and Jean, The Buckinghams

May 27, 1967: Silverbell Hideout, Ckarkston, MI

July 22, 1967: 'Upbeat', WEWS-TV Show, Cleveland, OH with The Blues Magoos, Pat Cooper, The Bill Doggett Band, The Left Banke, The Mauds, The Rationals, Lou Rawls, The Symon Grace, The Tuesdays Blues (broadcast date)

August 26, 1967: 'Clay Cole's Diskotek', WPIX Channel 11, unknown television studio, New York City, NY with The Animals, Len Barry, The Cyrcle, The Glories (broadcast date)

September 2, 1967: 'Upbeat', WEWS-TV Show, Cleveland, OH with Bobbie Gentry, Ray Charles, The Happenings, The Next Five, The Triumphs (broadcast date)


THE FABULOUS PACK #2 (aka THE PACK #1) (SEPT 1967 - OCT 1967)
1) Donnie Brewer
2) Herm Jackson
3) Mark Farner
4) Curt Johnson
5) Al Shane vocals, keyboards


September 16, 1967: Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI with Odds & Ends, Ashmollyan Quintet
The band was billed as 'The Pack' on the poster.

October 6-7, 1967: La Cave, Cleveland, OH
The band was billed as 'The Pack' on the club handbill. 


THE FABULOUS PACK #3 (aka THE PACK #2) (OCT 1967 - FEB 1968)
1) Donnie Brewer
2) Herm Jackson
3) Mark Farner
4) Al Shane
5) Kenny Rich vocals, lead guitar


December 29, 1967: Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI with John Lee Hooker, Apostles
The band was billed as 'The Pack' on the poster.
 
January 6, 1968: Club Limberlost, 130 Army Road at Rochester Road, Leonard, MI with SRC
The band was billed as 'The Fabulous Pack' on the poster.


THE FABULOUS PACK #4 (FEB 1968 - MAR ?, 1968) / THE PACK #3 (MAR ?, 1968 - MAY 1968)
1) Donnie Brewer
2) Herm Jackson
3) Mark Farner
4) Curt Johnson
5) Craig Frost vocals, keyboards 


March 9, 1968: 'Upbeat', WEWS-TV Show, Cleveland, OH with Canned Heat, Blood, Sweat and Tears, The Blues Project, The American Breed, Bubble Gum Machine, Georgie Fame, The Four Freshmen, The Four Sonics, Bobby Goldsboro, Mortimer's Three Boys, The Racket Squad, The Short Kuts, The GTOs, Debbie Taylor, The Union Gap (broadcasting date)
The Pack played 'Let Me Stand Next To Your Fire'.

April 27, 1968: 'Upbeat', WEWS-TV Show, Cleveland, OH with The Delfonics, The Four Tops, Gene & Debbie, Human Beinz, The Irish Rovers, Peggy March, The Platters, The Temptations, Kim Weston (broadcasting date)
The band played 'Let Me Stand Next To Your Fire'.


THE PACK #4 (MAY 1968 - FEB 1969)
1) Donnie Brewer
2) Mark Farner lead vocals, guitar
3) Craig Frost
4) Rod Lester bass


June 1968: The Birmingham Palladium, Birmingham, MI

October 19, 1968: Crazy Horse Club, Kalamazoo, MI

October 31, 1968: Grande Cleveland, Cleveland, OH

unknown date, 1968: The Beachcomber, Geneva, OH (unconfirmed)

January 4, 1969: Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI with The Amboy Dukes, Dick Rabbit


Thursday, August 26, 2010

VANILLA FUDGE FAMILY TREE - SHOWS LIST

This story is the work of Bruno Ceriotti. Help in putting this together has been provided by 'Cactus', Gerard Daily, Logan Janzen, Greg Vick, Randy M. Foley, Steven M. Finger, Bill Pascali, Pete Bremy, John H. Warburg, Los Angeles Free Press, The Concert Database, Rock Tour Database, Tommy Garelick, Howard Schenker, Lance Kovar, Pierangelo Valenti, and Butch, to whom I'm most grateful.


RICK MARTIN AND THE SHOWMEN #1 (196? - 1964)
1) Rick Martin vocals, guitar
2) Joseph 'Joey' Brennan drums
3) Joey Granelli bass
4) ? keyboards


RICK MARTIN AND THE SHOWMEN #2 (1964 - 1965)
1) Rick Martin
2) Joey Brennan
3) Joey Granelli
4) Mark Stein vocals, keyboards


RICK MARTIN AND THE SHOWMEN #3 (1965 - ca. OCT 1965)
1) Rick Martin
2) Joey Brennan
3) Mark Stein
4) John Voorhis Bogert III (aka Tim 'Timmy' Bogert) vocals, bass


THE ELECTRIC PIGEONS (ca. OCT 1965 - ca. NOV 1965) / THE PIGEONS #1 (ca. NOV 1965 - ca. FEB 1966)
1) Joey Brennan
2) Mark Stein
3) Tim Bogert


THE PIGEONS #2 (ca. FEB 1966 - DEC 1966)
1) Joey Brennan
2) Mark Stein
3) Tim Bogert
4) Vincent James Martellucci (aka Vince 'Vinnie' Martell) vocals, guitar


1966: Headliner Bar, 9th Avenue and West 43rd Street, New York City, NY

1966: Choo Choo Club, Garfield, NJ
The band often jam with The Rascals' singer Eddie Briganti there.   

unknown date - December 1966: The Action House, Island Park, Long Island, NY
The Pigeons played there as house band every weeks.



THE PIGEONS #3 (DEC 1966 - APR or MAY 1967) / VANILLA FUDGE #1 (APR or MAY 1967 - MAR 14, 1970) (1973) (1982)
1) Mark Stein
2) Tim Bogert
3) Vince Martell
4) Carmine Appice vocals, drums


December 1966 - April or May 1967: The Action House, Island Park, Long Island, NY
The Pigeons played there as house band every weeks and they also used this club as rehearsal space from circa April 1967 onwards.

January 14, 1967: Bambi's, 1 Casino Terrace, Newport, RI with Left Banke

April or May 1967 - December 1967: The Action House, Island Park, Long Island, NY
Vanilla Fudge played there as house band every weeks and also used this club as rehearsal space.

July 22, 1967: Village Theatre, New York City, NY with The Byrds, Peanut Butter Conspiracy (cancelled), The Seeds

July 30, 1967: The Action House, Island Park, Long Island, NY

August 10-13, 1967: Avalon Ballroom, 1268 Sutter Street at Van Ness, San Francisco, CA with Mad River (11), Moby Grape (10, 12), Canned Heat (11-12), Big Brother and The Holding Company (13), Lights by The North American Ibis Alchemical Co. (10-13) "Dance Concert"

August ??, 1967: Pleasureland Swim Club, Oakland, NJ

August 23-27, 1967: Ambassador Theatre, Washington DC with Lothar and The Hand People, Lights by The Psychedelic Power & Light Co. Of San Francisco

August 28, 1967: Gibber Hotel, 168 Gibber Road, Kiamesha Lake, Thompson, Sullivan County, NY with The Blues Project

September 2, 1967: Village Theatre, New York City, NY with The Illusions, Mitch Ryder

September ?, 1967: 'Wonderama', Metromedia TV Show, unknown city, unknown state The band perform: 'You Keep Me Hangin' On'.

September 12-17, 1967: The Golden Bear, 306 Ocean Avenue (Highway 101), Huntington Beach, CA

September 21 and 23, 1967: Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA with Blue Cheer, Sunshine Company

September 24, 1967: Cheetah, 1 Navy Street, Venice Beach, Los Angeles, CA

September 25-27, 1967: Whisky à Go Go, Los Angeles, CA with Lee Michaels 

September 29 - October 1, 1967: Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, CA with Charles Lloyd Quartet

October 4, 1967: Finsbury Park Astoria, Finsbury Park, London, UK with Traffic, Tomorrow, The Flowerpo Men, The Art, The Mindbenders

October 6, 1967: ABC Cinema, Chesterfield, UK with Traffic, Tomorrow, The Flowerpo Men, The Art, The Mindbenders

October 7, 1967: City Hall, Newcastle, UK with Traffic, Tomorrow, The Flowerpo Men, The Art, The Mindbenders

October 8, 1967: Liverpool Empire Theatre, Liverpool, Merseyside, UK with Traffic, Tomorrow, The Flowerpo Men, The Art, The Mindbenders

October 9, 1967: Pavilion, Bath, UK

October 10, 1967: ABC Cinema, Croydon, UK with Traffic, Tomorrow, The Flowerpo Men, The Art, The Mindbenders

October 11, 1967: Town Hall, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with Traffic, Tomorrow, The Flowerpo Men, The Art, The Mindbenders

October 13, 1967: Colston Hall, Bristol, UK with Traffic, Tomorrow, The Flowerpo Men, The Art, The Mindbenders

October 14, 1967: Gaumont Cinema, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, UK with Traffic, Tomorrow, The Flowerpo Men, The Art, The Mindbenders

October 15, 1967: De Montfort Hall, Leicester, UK with Traffic, Tomorrow, The Flowerpo Men, The Art, The Mindbenders

October 16, 1967: Gaumont Cinema, Ipswich, UK with Traffic, Tomorrow, The Flowerpo Men, The Art, The Mindbenders

October 20, 1967: UFO, The Blarney Club, Tottenham Court Road, London, UK

November 3, 1967: Village Theatre, New York City, NY with The Yardbirds

November 12, 1967: Westbury Music Fair, Westbury, Long Island, NY with The 5th Dimension

November 19, 1967: Cheetah Club, 1106 Lawrence Avenue, Chicago, IL with Baby Huey and The Babysitters

December 15-17, 1967: Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI with Thyme (15), Rationals (16), Our Mother's Children (16), Epidemic (16), MC-5 (17)

December 29, 1967: The New Capital Theatre, 149 Westchester Avenue, Portchester, NY with Charles Lloyd Quartet

unknown date, 1967: Speakeasy club, London, UK

unknown date, 1967: Coliseum, Portland, OR

unknown date, 1967: Hyde Park Teen Center, Cincinnati, OH

unknown date, 1967: Ungano's, 210 West 70th Street, New York City, NY
The Doors appear there and perform a late night jam with the band.

late 1967 or early 1968: 'From The Bitter End', WOR-TV Channel 9, New York City, NY
The band perform: 'You Keep Me Hanging On'.

unknown date, 1968: 'Beat Club', TV Show, Bremen, West Germany

unknown date, 1968: 'The Ray Anthony Show', unknown TV channel, unknown city, unknown state
The band perform "You Keep Me Hanging On'.

January 4, 1968: Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA with Steve Miller Band, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee, Sweetwater, Lights by Holy See

January 5-6, 1968: Winterland, San Francisco, CA with Steve Miller Band, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee, Lights by Holy See

January 12, 1968: 'Ed Sullivan Show', CBS TV Show, Ed Sullivan Theatre, Broadway, New York City, NY (broadcasting date)
The band played 'You Keep Me Hanging On'.

January 20, 1968: Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA with The Stone Poynes, Taj Mahal, Alexander's Timeless Blooz Band

January 26-28, 1968: Cheetah, 1 Navy Street, Venice Beach, Los Angeles, CA with Siegel-Schwall, The Glass Family

January 27, 1968: Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA with The Bee Gees, Spanky and Our Gang

February 9, 1986: Winslow Hall, Lasell Junior College, Auburndale, MA with The Spectras

February 18, 1968: Durfee Theatre, Fall River, MA

February 24, 1968: Toledo Sports Arena, Toledo, OH with Amboy Dukes, The Frightened Trees, Soap (Vanilla Fudge cancelled)

March 1, 1968: Westbury Music Fair, 960 Brush Hollow Road, Westbury, NY "Westbury Music Fair Festival"

March 8-9 1968: Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA with First Borne

March 29, 1968: Commonwealth Armory, Boston, MA

April 7, 1968: Eastman Theatre, Rochester, NY 

April 12, 1968: Orlando Sports Stadium, Orlando, FL with The Grass Roots

April 17, 1968: Gym, SUNY, Stony Brook, Long Island, NY with Cream (cancelled), The Vagrants

May 25, 1968: Dinner Key Auditorium, Coconut Grove, FL with Ojus Philarmonic

June 7-8, 1968: Thee Image, Miami, FL with Fantasy

June 19, 1968: Music Hall, Houston, TX with Canned Heat

June 21, 1968: Fillmore East, New York City, NY with James Cotton, Loading Zone

July 12, 1968: Cow Palace, Daly City, CA with Iron Butterfly, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Kai Moore, Canned Heat, Sweet Rush, West, Sandy Bull, Wedge, Initial Shock, Phoenix "Harmony Benefit"

July 19, 1968: Eagles Auditorium, Seattle, WA

July 24, 1968: Wollman Skating Rink, Central Park, Manhattan, New York City, NY with Ultimate Spinach "Schaefer Music Festival"

July 27, 1968: Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom, 169 Ocean Boulevard, Hampton Beach, NH with The Spectras

August 8, 1968: Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, RI with The Mothers Of Invention, Beacon Street Union, Lights by The Road "Pop Music Festival"

August 12, 1968: The Tamarack Lodge, Greenfield Park, Ellenville, NY

August 17, 1968: Atlanta Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA with The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Amboy Dukes, Soft Machine, Eire Apparent

September 1, 1968: Red Rocks Park, Denver, CO

September 3, 1968: Balboa Stadium, San Diego, CA

September 4, 1968: Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ

September 5, 1968: Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA with Jimi Hendrix Experience, Soft Machine, Eire Apparent

September 6, 1968: Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA with Jimi Hendrix Experience, Soft Machine, Eire Apparent

September 7, 1968: Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC, Canada

September 8, 1968: Coliseum, Spokane, WA

September 9, 1968: Pacific Coliseum, Portland, OR

September 13, 1968: Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA with The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Soft Machine, Eire Apparent

September 14, 1968: Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA with Jimi Hendrix Experience, Soft Machine, Eire Apparent

September 14, 1968: unknown venue, Honolulu, HI with Creedence Clearwater Revival

September 15, 1968: Memorial Coliseum, Sacramento, CA

October 4, 1968: Westchester County Center, White Plains, NY with Chambers Brothers

October ?, 1968: unknown venue, San Antonio, TX

October 11, 1968: Masonic Temple, Detroit, MI with Dharma

October 19, 1968: The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA with Big Brother and The Holding Company Featuring Janis Joplin, Buddy Guy Blues Band, Moby Grape, Chambers Brothers "1st Quaker City Rock Festival"

November 9, 1968: Massachussets Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA 

November 24, 1968: Alexandria Roller Rink, Alexandria, VA with Rhinoceros, The Steve Miller Band

December 7, 1968: Atlanta Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA with Amboy Dukes, Lights by Electric Collage

December 15, 1968: University of Dayton, Dayton, OH

December 18, 1968: University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD

December 26, 1968: Denver Auditorium Arena, Denver, CO with Led Zeppelin, Spirit

December 27, 1968. Seattle Centre Arena, Mercer Street & 4th Avenue North, Seattle, WA

December 28, 1968: Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC, Canada

December 29, 1968: Civic Auditorium, Portland, OR with Led Zeppelin

December 31, 1968: Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA with Richie Havens, Cold Blood, Youngbloods

unknown date, 1969: 'Beat Club', TV Show, Bremen, West Germany

unknown date, 1969: 'Dick Cavett Show', ABC TV Show, New York Ciy, NY

January 4, 1969: Community Concourse, San Diego, CA with Jello's Gass Band 

January 10-11, 1969: Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA with A.B. Skhy, Illinois Speed Press, Collectors, Richie Havens

February 2, 1969: 'Ed Sullivan Show', CBS TV Show, Ed Sullivan Theatre, Broadway, New York City, NY (broadcasting date)
The band played 'Shotgun'.

February 7-8, 1969: Kinetic Playground, 4812 N. Clark Avenue, Chicago, IL with Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull

February 21, 1969: unknown venue, Gainesville, FL

February 22, 1969: Hilton Hotel, Washington D.C. "1969 Junior Prom"

March 1, 1969: Westbury Music Fair, Westbury, NY with The Mothers Of Invention

March 2, 1969: Philadelphia Arena, Philadelphia, PA with The Mothers of Invention, Soul Survivors

March 4, 1969: 'The Mike Douglas Show', KYW-TV Show, basement studio, 1619 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA (broadcasting date)
The band perform 'Shotgun' and 'You Keep Me Hanging On'.

March 8, 1969: Fillmore East, New York City, NY with Amboy Dukes, Sirocco

March 28, 1969: Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, UT

April 4-5, 1969: The Rose Palace, Pasadena, CA with The Collectors, It's A Beautiful Day

April 6, 1969: Kinsmen's Fieldhouse, Edmonton, AB, Canada

May 17, 1969: Long Island Centre,University of Scranton, Scranton, PA

May 29, 1969: The Action House, Island Park, Long Island, NY with Howl, Rosicrucian

June 6-7, 1969: Kinetic Playground, 4812 N. Clark Avenue, Chicago, IL with Muddy Waters, Rotary Connection

June 13, 1969: Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI 

June 20, 1969: unknown venue, San Bernardino, CA "Newport Pop Festival"

June 27 or 28 or 29, 1969: Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO "Denver Pop Festival"

June 28, 1969: Pirate's World, Sheridan Street, Dania, FL

July 8, 1969: Blossom Music Centre, Cuyahoga Falls, OH

July 13, 1969: Singer Bowl Stadium, Flushing Meadows, Long Island, NY with Jeff Beck Group, Ten Years After, Edwin Hawkins Singers "Flushing Meadows Singer Bowl Music Festival"

July 27, 1969: Gold Creek Park, Woodinville, WA with The Doors, Spirit, Chuck Berry, Blacksnake, Albert Collins, Youngbloods, Flying Burrito Brothers, Guess Who, Ike and Tina Turner Revue, Charles Lloyd, Bo Diddley, Led Zeppelin, Lee Michaels, The Flock, Lights by The Retina Circus "Seattle Pops Festival"

July 30, 1969: Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, UT with Led Zeppelin, Lights by Frank & Stein

August 6, 1969: Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS

August 7, 1969: 'The Dave Frost Show', CBS TV Show, New York City, NY (broadcasting date)
The band perform: 'Need Love'.

August 9, 1969: Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA with Spirit, Illusion

August 31, 1969: Convention Hall, Asbury Park, NJ with Rhinoceros

September 6, 1969: Cincinnati Zoo, Cincinnati, OH with Grand Funk Railroad, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Lonnie Mack, Dee Felice Trio, Balderdash, Sound Musem "The First Annual Midwest Mini-Pop Festival"

September 13, 1969: University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL

September 20, 1969: Palazzo del Cinema, Lido di Venezia, Venice, Italy "Mostra Internazionale di Musica Leggera"
The band win this 3-day (Sept. 18-20) Italian musica pop festival with the song: 'Some Velvet Morning' (they sang it live but in playback mode, miming the vocals and instruments). 

September 21 or 22, 1969: Le Rotonde, Garlasco, Pavia, Italy

October 5, 1969: Morrow Field House, Slippery Rock College, Slippery Rock, PA with Gues Who

October 10-11, 1969: Fillmore East, New York City, NY with AUM, Dr. John The Night Tripper

October 19, 1969: Fieldhouse, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH

November 22, 1969: HemisFair Arena, San Antonio, TX with Bit's Of Soul with Sara Phelcher, TSU Tornados

November 28 or 29 or 30, 1969: Palm Beach International Raceway, West Palm Beach, FL "First Annual Palm Beach Music And Art Festival"

December 6, 1969: Academy Of Music, New York City, NY with B.B. King, James Gang 

December 27 or 28 or 29, 1969: Miami-Hollywood Speedway, Pembroke Pines, FL with Santana, Crow, Smith, Canned Heat, Grateful Dead, Butterfield Blues Band, B.B. King, Hugh Masakela, Tony Joe White, Biff Rose, Amboy Dukes, Turtles, Motherlode, The Band, Johnny Winter, Cold Blood, Cradle, Sweetwater "Miami Rock Festival - Last Rock Festival of the 60's"

March 14, 1970: The Action House, Island Park, Long Island, NY
Vanilla Fudge's last gig.

July 17, 1970: National Guard Armory, Dalton, GA (cancelled)


VANILLA FUDGE #2 (1984)
1) Mark Stein
2) Tim Bogert
3) Carmine Appice
4) Ron Mancuso guitar


VANILLA FUDGE #3 (1987)
1) Mark Stein
2) Tim Bogert
3) Carmine Appice
4) Paul Hanson guitar



February 14, 1987: Harpos, Detroit, MI with Rare Earth "WRIF 16th Anniversary"


VANILLA FUDGE #4 (MAY 14, 1988)
1) Mark Stein
2) Tim Bogert
3) Carmine Appice
4) Lanny Cordola guitar


May 14, 1988: Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY "Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary"


VANILLA FUDGE #5 (1991)
1) Carmine Appice
2) Derek St. Holmes vocals, guitar
3) Martin Gerschwitz vocals, keyboards
4) Tom Croucier vocals, bass 


VANILLA FUDGE #6 (SEPT 1998 - JAN 1999 (only rehearsals))
1) Tim Bogert
2) Vince Martell
3) William 'Bill' Pascali vocals, organ Hammond B-3


VANILLA FUDGE #7 (JAN 1999 - FEB 1999) / (JUL 1999 - AUG 1999) / (MAY 2001 - DEC 2001) 
1) Tim Bogert
2) Vince Martell
3) Carmine Appice
4) Bill Pascali 
 

February 1999 (five-nights): STB 139 (aka Sweet Basil's), Tokyo, Japan 
Vanilla Fudge #7's debut gigs. The show on February 6 was recorded from the audience and later released as bootleg: "Live At Ropponge" (Crimson Records).  

July ?, 1999: Resorts Casino Hotel, 1133 Boardwalk, Atlantic City, NJ

August 28, 1999: Westbury Music Fair, Westbury, NY with The Rascals, Shadows of Knight

May 20, 2001: Memorial Auditorium, Montclair State University, Montlclair, NJ "Modern Drummer Magazine's 25th Anniversary Drum Festival"

August ?, 2001: House of Blues, Los Angeles, CA

August 28, 2001: Barnstormer Entertaintment Complex, Whitmore Lake, MI  

September 6, 2001: B.B. King Blues Club and Grill, 42nd Street, New York City, NY

December 8, 2001: Bourbon Street Night Club, New Port Richey, FL



VANILLA FUDGE #8 (JAN 2002 - 2002)
1) Carmine Appice
2) Vince Martell
3) Bill Pascali
4) Pete Bremy bass


January 25, 2002: The Stone Pony, Asbury Park, NJ

January 26, 2002: Jaxx Night Club, 6355 Rolling Road, West Springfield, VA

January 28, 2002: B.B. King Blues Club and Grill, 42nd Street, New York City, NY



VANILLA FUDGE #9 (2002 - OCT 2002)
1) Carmine Appice
2) Vince Martell
3) Bill Pascali
4) T.M. Stevens bass


June 1, 2002: Gwangalli Beach, Busan, South Korea with Moring Bond, Lowdown 30, Sinawe, Kuroda Michihiro, Dimension Zero, Lee Hyun-Woo Band, Edenbridge "3rd Annual Busan Rock Festival"

July 7, 2002: DTE Energy Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI with Ray Manzarek, Jefferson Starship

August 2002: unknown venue, Seattle, WA

August 2002: unknown venue, Randers, Denmark

August 2002: unknown venue, Stockholm, Sweden

August 2002: unknown venue, Rockford, IL

August 2002: unknown venue, Clear Lake, IA


VANILLA FUDGE #10 (aka #7) (OCT 2002 - MAR 2003)

1) Tim Bogert
2) Carmine Appice
3) Vince Martell
4) Bill PascalI



January 17, 2003: Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA "NAMM Show"


VANILLA FUDGE #11 (MAR 2003 - JAN 2?, 2005) 
1) Tim Bogert
2) Carmine Appice
3) Bill Pascali
4) Teddy Rondinelli guitar
+
5) Chuck Wright bass (filled in for Tim Bogert when the latter was ill from September to October 2003)



July 11, 2003: Blues Garage, Hannover, Germany

September 26, 2003: unknown venue, Amagansett, NY

September 27, 2003: Bodless Opera House, Chester, NY

September 28, 2003: B.B. King Blues Club and Grill, 42nd Street, New York City, NY 

September 29, 2003: The Traif, Buffalo, NY

October 2, 2003: The Village, Vestra, Sweden

October 3, 2003: tent, Uppsale, Sweden

October 4, 2003: Rockland, Sala, Sweden

October 6-7, 2003: Fasching, Stockholm, Sweden

October 8, 2003: Kulturbolaget, Malmo, Sweden

October 9, 2003: Pumpehuset, Copenhagen, Denmark

October 10, 2003:Tante Olga, Randall, Denmark

October 11, 2003: Tobaksfabrikken, Esbjerg, Denmark

October 12, 2003: unknown venue, Hannover, Germany 

October 13, 2003: Downtown Blues Club, Hamburg, Germany

October 14, 2003: Z7 Konzertfabrik, Kraftwekstrasse 7, Pratteln, Switzerland

October 15, 2003: Muisiktheater Rex, Bensheim, Germany 

October 17, 2003: Gagarin 205, Athens Greece

March 10, 2004: Camden Underworld, London, UK

March 11, 2004: Irish Centre, Leeds, UK

March 13, 2004: Rock Cafè, Stourbridge, UK

March 14, 2004: The Limelight, Crewe, UK

March 15, 2004. Renfrew Ferry, Glasgow, Scotland

March 17, 2004: Cooperative De Mai, Ferrand, France

March 18, 2004: L'Excalibur Night Club, Yerville, France

March 19, 2004: La Luciole, Alencon, France

March 20, 2004: Le Plan Ris Orange, Paris, France

March 21, 2004: Spirit of '66, Verviers, Belgium

March 23, 2004: Downtown Blues Club, Hamburg, Germany

March 24, 2004: Harmonie, Bonn, Germany

March 25, 2004: Quasimodo, Berlin, Germany

March 26, 2004: Gewerkschafthaus, Erfurt, Germany

March 27, 2004: Blues Garage, Hannover, Germany with The Lizards, Charlie A'Court

March 28, 2004: Frankfurter, Hofmainz, Germany

March 30, 2004: Backstage, Munich, Germany

April 1-2, 2004: 'unknown title', TV Show, Stockholm, Sweden

April 3, 2004: Nalen, Stockholm, Sweden

April 4, 2004: Storan, Gorthenburg, Sweden

April 8, 2004: New Age, Roncade, Italy

April 9, 2004: Corallo Club, Scandiano, Italy

April 10, 2004: Naima Club, Forlì, Italy

July 17, 2004: Westbury Music Fair, Westbury, NY with The New Rascals


VANILLA FUDGE #12 (aka #1) (MAY 2?, 2005 - AUG 2005) / (JUL 2006 - SEPT 2006)
1) Tim Bogert
2) Vince Martell
3) Carmine Appice
4) Mark Stein



June 26, 2005: DTE Energy Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI with The Doors, Steppenwolf, Pat Travers, The Yardbirds "Strange Days Festival"


VANILLA FUDGE #13 (aka #7) (SEPT 2006 - OCT 27, 2006)
1) Tim Bogert
2) Vince Martell
3) Carmine Appice
4) Bill Pascali


October 27, 2006: Empire, 6355 Rolling Road, West Springfield, VA with Cactus


VANILLA FUDGE #14 (aka #1, #12) (OCT 28, 2006 - 2007) / (MAR 2008 - SUMMER 2008)
1) Tim Bogert
2) Vince Martell
3) Carmine Appice
4) Mark Stein


October 28, 2006: Patchogue Theatre For The Performing Arts, 71 East Main Street, Patchogue, NY with Glen Burtnik, MindField  


MARK STEIN & VINCE MARTELL OF VANILLA FUDGE (SUMMER 2008 - 2009)
1) Mark Stein
2) Vince Martell
3) Pete Bremy
4) Jimmy Jack Tamburo drums 


VANILLA FUDGE #15 (2011 - PRESENT)
1) Mark Stein
2) Carmine Appice
3) Vince Martell
4) Pete Bremy


March 18, 2011: The Stone Pony, Asbury Park, NJ

March 19, 2011: B.B. King Blues Club and Grill, 42nd Street, New York City, NY

March 25, 2011: Boulton Center, Bay Shore, NY

March 26, 2011: Regent Theatre, Arlington, NY

March 27, 2011: Sellersville Theater, Sellersville, PA

March 28, 2011: 'The Jimmy Fallon Show', NBC-TV, New York City, NY (broadcasting date)
The band perform: 'You Keep Me Hanging On'.

May 14, 2011: Wolf's Den at Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, CT

May 15, 2011: Irvington Town Hall Theater, Irvington, NY

May 27-29, 2011: National Harbor, Washington DC "Zep Fest 2011" (cancelled)