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Gigography
1954-1966 1967 1968 1969
1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979
1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989
1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004


1990

Jan

5 Scunthorpe Public Baths: John Peel Roadshow [1]


Mar

16 Glasgow College, John Peel Roadshow with Teenage FC & Dawson [2] [3]


May

3 London ULU: My Bloody Valentine, Sonic Boom, God [4] [5]


June

unknown date (weekend early in month) Cambridge Sea Cadet Hall: Heart Throbs [6]

unknown date (same weekend early in month, following evening) Harlow, Square: Levelers 5 (soundcheck only) [7]


Aug

24-26 Reading Festival: Fall, Pixies, Nick Cave, etc [8] [9]


Oct

05 Bedford Esquires: Babes In Toyland [10]


Dec

21 (or 22 or 23) Camden Underworld, London: Heavenly Christmas Party [11] [12]

1991

Feb

27 Moonlight Club, London: God, Pain Teens [13]


Mar

2 Marquee, London: God, Boss Hog [14] [15]


Apr

4 Junction, Cambridge: Chapterhouse [16]


Aug

11-12 Astoria, London: Mudhoney, Hole [17]


Dec

5 Kilburn National: Nirvana, Shonen Knife [18] [19]

1992

Jan

17 Scunthorpe (unknown venue, presumably Public Baths Hall). John Peel Roadshow. [20].


Mar

late in month Unknown venue: Extreme Noise Terror [21]

30 Cambridge, Corn Exchange: Fall, Pulp [1]


Apr

21 Waterfront, Norwich: House Of Love, Jacob's Mouse, Fall [2]


Aug

30 Reading Festival: Nirvana headlining[3]


Sept / Oct

unknown date (early Sept) Scunthorpe, Baths Hall: John Peel Roadshow [22]

unknown date (late Sept/early Oct) Junction, Cambridge: Pavement [23]


Nov

unknown date (early in month): Ipswich Arts Centre Wild Club: Drop Nineteens [24]

19 Islington, Powerhaus: Codeine, Manifesto [25]

20 Camden, Falcon: Cornershop [26]

26 Leicester, DeMontfort University: Prolapse, Ugly Music Show, That’s Irrelevant, Amphetamine Trash [27] [28]


Dec

3 Cambridge, Corn Exchange: Wedding Present [29] [30]

1993

March

21 Subterrania, London: Diblo Dibala & Matchatcha (attended with Kershaw, Sheila and others - declared an all-time top 10 gig on Peel's next programme)[31]


April

7 Hallam University, Sheffield: The Fall [32])[33]

8 Islington, Powerhaus (London): Cornershop, Huggy Bear, Jacob's Mouse, Collapsed Lung, Blood Sausage, Mambo Taxi [34][35]


May

10 Cambridge, Junction: Fall [36]

27 Sheffield (unknown venue): John Peel Roadshow, with Sugar Drive, New Speak and The Love Birds [37]

29 Vinyl Experience, Hanway Street, London: Polvo [38]


July

11 Finsbury Park: Neil Young, Pearl Jam, James, Teenage Fanclub, 4 Non Blondes [39] [40] [41]

16-18 Phoenix Festival: (headliners) Sonic Youth, Faith No More, Black Crowes [42] [43]


Sept

29 Cambridge, Junction: Babes In Toyland, Truman's Water [44] [45]


Nov

25 Hammersmith Odeon: Ray Charles [46] [47]


Unknown

late 1993/early 1994: Rough Trade Shop, Covent Garden: Skinned Teen [48]

1994

July

14-17 Phoenix Festival (Long Marston, Stratford-Upon-Avon): Peel missed seeing Stereolab, the Fall were "dazzling", Paul Weller was "surprisingly good", and Iggy Pop was "silly...trading on past glories." Shellac "about the best 20 minutes I've had musically all year".[49] [50] [51]


Aug

26-28 Reading Festival: Elastica, Primal Scream, Hole, etc [52] [53] [54] [55] [56]


Oct

6 Glasgow, 13th Note: Urusei Yatsura [57]

8 Glasgow, Nice N Sleazy: AC Acoustics, Shriek [58] [59]


Nov

2 unknown venue, Istanbul, Turkey: Zen [60]

1995

Feb

16 The Hacienda, Manchester: John Peel Roadshow [61]. Peel claims he played 'a rather mixed night' there so that he could tell his grandchildren about it. He met Mark E. Smith there, but mainly exchanged handshakes.


Mar

11 Scunthorpe Public Baths Hall: John Peel Roadshow [62] [63]

29 The Garage, London: Dick Dale [64]


May

3 Rock City, Nottingham: [65] [66]


July

14-16 Phoenix Festival, Long Marston Airfield: Fall, Wedding Present, etc (shows broadcast live from festival) [67] [68]

27 Royal Albert Hall, London: Proms 08. BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Yan Pascal Tortelier and Sir Peter Maxwell Davies (who conducted his own piece). [69] [70] (Olivetti Chronicles, pp. 377-380, Corgi). Programme:

  1. Elgar: Overture, 'Cockaigne (In London Town)'
  2. Maxwell Davies: 'The Beltane Fire'
  3. Rachmaninov: 'Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor'


October

08 Corn Exchange, Cambridge: Pulp [71]

1996

July

20-21 Phoenix Festival, Long Marston Airfield: Stereolab, Neil Young, Fall, etc (shows broadcast live from festival) [72] [73]

1997

May

19 Hillsborough Justice Concert, Anfield, Liverpool: Bootleg Beatles, Stereophonics, Smaller, Space, Dodgy, Manic Street Preachers, Beautiful South, Lightning Seeds, Holly Johnson - Peel compered [74] [75]

24-25 "Tribal Gathering": Kraftwerk, Orbital, Paul Oakenfold, Cornershop, Fluke, Gus Gus, Two Lone Swordsmen, Audioweb, Black Star Liner, Force And Styles, Earth Tribe, Jol Sound System, Dhol Foundation Drummers [76]

1998

Feb

23 TJ’s, Newport: Topper, Kerb, Rollerco (CSF & Club Cherub). [77] [78] Filmed for Sounds Of The Suburbs: South Wales.


June

20 - July 5 Meltdown festival, London, Southbank Center (curated by Peel): Sonic Youth, Culture, Ivor Cutler, Blur & Silver Apples, etc [79]

1999

Feb

22 The Garage, Highbury Corner, London: Comatose (gig to launch Sounds Of The Suburbs TV series).[80] [81]


March

19 Queen Elizabeth Hall, London: Atari Teenage Riot, Shizuo, Christoph de Babalon (part of Peel Sessions Live series). Broadcast 24 March 1999. [82]


May

26 Glasgow School of Art: Delgados, High Fidelity - broadcast on 26 May 1999 show as part of Music Live week [83] [84]


June

3 Queen Elizabeth Hall, London: Stereolab (part of Peel Sessions Live series) [85]


Oct

1 Queen Elizabeth Hall, London: Lonnie Donegan, Half Man Half Biscuit (part of the Peel Sessions Live and Living Legends series). Broadcast 07 October 1999. [86]

26 L2, Liverpool: Marine Research, Appliance, Coldcut (part of Liverpool Sound City). Broadcast live on Radio One, including Peel's on-stage band introductions. [87]

Notes

  1. 04 May 1992 (Ö3), 24 April 1992, PulpWiki.
  2. 04 May 1992 (Ö3), 24 April 1992.
  3. Margrave Of The Marshes, p. 316. 04 September 1992.
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