TIMOTHY B. SCHMIT/Redwing CONCERT CHRONOLOGY

last modified: May 1, 2014

1961-1963

Sacramento high school students Tim Schmit, Ron Floegel and Tom Phillips put together a folk trio known as Tim, Tom & Ron. They play assorted parties and shows. These are but a few of the known gigs.

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
December 1961 Unitarian Church, Sacramento, CA   This is Tim, Tom & Ron's first public appearance. They sing Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.              
October 12, 1963 Homecoming Dance, Encina High School, Sacramento, CA                  
October 23, 1963 Martinique Room, Sacramento Inn, Sacramento, CA   The Loretto High School Hootenany was open to student from all across Sacramento. Tim, Tom & Ron were the hit of the night.              

 

1964

Recognizing that the surf sound was in, the folk trio add classmate George Hullin on drums in September after seeing a four piece band at a school dance. The band originally did not have a bass player, the folk trio purchased electric guitars and changed their name to The Contenders.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
April 10 Washington High School Hootenany, Sacramento, CA   This is an unconfirmed appearance, although the trio was often performing at local hootenanies during this period.              
May 1 Gym, Loretto High School, Sacramento, CA   Spring Dance.              
September 18 Plumber's Hall, Sacramento, CA Cobras, Molettes                
October 17 Plumber's Hall, Sacramento, CA Progressors, Perceptors, Rich & the Avengers                
October 27 Harvest Hootenany, Sacramento Inn, Sacramento, CA   This was a return appearance by the trio now known as the Contenders.              
November 14 Edison School, Sacramento, CA                  
November 25 Sacred Heart Parish Hall, Sacramento, CA                  
December 4 Meadowbrook Swim Club, Jesuit High School Dance, Sacramento, CA                  
December 11 Girls Gym, El Camino High School, Sacramento, CA                  
December 19 Cottage Center, Fulton-El Camino, Sacramento, CA   This venue became a regular stop for the Contenders.              
December 26 Del Paso Country Club, Sacramento, CA                  

1965

Now heavily influenced by the Beatles, the Contenders begin to grow out their hair. After their graduation in June, the band changes their name to the more hip, New Breed. They sign with a local manager, Gary Shiro, who begins to promote them heavily. The band begins to include a number of Beatle covers in their sets. At one memorable show, the New Breed performs the Beatles HELP album in its entirety for its live show with less than a week's rehearsal.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 9 Rio Americano Northeast YMCA, Tri-H-Y Dance, Sacramento, CA                  
January 14 Cafeteria, Encina High School, Sacramento, CA   Contenders play their own school for a change. It begins a trend now that they are seniors.              
February 13 Cafeteria, Encina High School, Sacramento, CA                  
February 14 Governor's Hall, Old State Fairgrounds, Sacramento, CA   This surfer's stomp was a likely performance, although the Contenders weren't mentioned in the advertising.              
February 19 Cafeteria, Mira Loma High School, Sacramento, CA                  
March 6 Fulton-El Camino Cottage Center, Sacramento, CA                  
March 12 Cafeteria, Encina High School, Sacramento, CA   This was the annual Twirp Dance.              
March 19 Tuesday Club, Sacramento, CA The Bishops              
March 26 Cafeteria, Encina, High School, Sacramento, CA The Quakes                
May 7 Arden Hill Swim and Tennis Club, Sacramento, CA   The Contenders were hired to play this Jesuit High School dance.              
May 28 Cafeteria, Encina High School, Sacramento, CA The Quakes                
May 30 Carpender's Hall, Roseville, CA Hide-A-Ways              
June 2 Fulton-El Camino Cottage Center, Sacramento, CA                  
June 10 Encina High School, Sacramento, CA   The Contenders graduate from high school on this date.              
July 3 "Surfer's Satisfaction," Native Son's Hall, Sacramento, CA Inlanders                
July 9 Native Son's Hall, Sacramento, CA Inlanders                
July 23 Surfer's Night Out," Native Son's Hall, Sacramento, CA Inlanders, Hide-a-ways                
July 30 Tidal Wave, Governor's Hall, Old State Fairgrounds, Sacramento, CA Inlanders, Hide-a-ways This is the final appearance by the Contenders. Realizing that the surf-car craze is over, they change their name to The New Breed.            

Shiro hooks the band up with local radio DJ, and they cut a single deal with a shady record label called Diplomacy. The band cuts a self-penned tune Green Eyed Woman as their first single in San Francisco early in the summer. It's a big hit locally and gets them enough attention to be seen on TV.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
September 1-12 Teen Fair, State Fairgrounds, Sacramento, CA Fugalos, Inlanders, Coachmen, Act 4, Penetrators, Shondels, Fydallions, Emeralds, Perceptors The New Breed debuts with a long run at the Teen Fair at the California State Fair              
September 17 Governor's Hall, Old State Fairgrounds, Sacramento, CA Marauders, Inlanders, Hide-a-ways At their manager's direction, the band plays the entire Beatles HELP album as their set with only a week's rehearsal.            
October 9 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA Herman's Hermits The New Breed's first big show. Tim Schmit is attacked by a female fan during their set. Later he discovers that their manager had paid the girl $10 to do it.

           
November 1 9th Street West Show, KHJ-TV Studios, Los Angeles, CA Sam the Sham & Pharoahs, Ben E. King This is the airdate for the show. The New Breed's suits are stolen from their car prior to their performance of their "hit" single, Green Eyed Woman.              
November 7 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA Sonny & Cher                
November 8 Hollywood Discoteque, TV Studio, Los Angeles Dick & Dee Dee This is the airdate for the show. They again perform Green Eyed Woman.              
November 25 Ponderosa High School, Placerville, CA   Senior prom dance              
December 28 American Legion Auditorium, Merced, CA The Eckos            

1966

The New Breed continue to get good bookings but they are unable to come up with another single that has the power of Green Eyed Woman. But their first full year out of high school is a pretty successful one. They open Sacramento shows for the Lovin' Spoonful and Sonny & Cher, as well as shows by the Animals and the Yardbirds.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 8 Fulton-El Camino Cottage Center, Sacramento, CA Inlanders                
February 4 Governor's Hall, Old State Fairgrounds, Sacramento, CA Fugatives, Svelts, The Concern, The Syndicate of Sound              
February 11 Fairfax Bowl, Fairfax, CA Oxford Circle              
April 30 Fulton-El Camino Cottage Center, Sacramento, CA                  
May 20 Governor's Hall, Old State Fairgrounds, Sacramento, CA Fugatives, Oxford Circle, The Concern                
May 27 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA Lovin' Spoonful, Leaves                
June 9 Country Club Lanes, Sacramento, CA Perceptors, Rivingtons, Gauchos, The Girls This all-night affair was the Grad Party for Encina High School Seniors.              
August 15 Veteran's Memorial Building, Santa Rosa, CA The Animals, The California Girls A great booking as the band opens for Eric Burden's group. Santa Rosa becomes a hotbed for New Breed fans.              
September 1 Memorial Auditorium, Stockton, CA Yardbirds, Oxford Circle, Boy Blues The Yardbirds appear without Jeff Beck, who has just bolted from the band.              
September 2-6 Teen Fair, California State Fairgrounds, Sacramento, CA Ian Whitcomb, Jerry Naylor, Svelts, Psy-Kicks The New Breed returns to a popular run at the California State Fair.              
September 10 Veterans Memorial Building, Santa Rosa, CA 13th Floor Elevator Based on their appearance in August, the promoter in Santa Rosa booked the band to headline their own show.              
September 24 Fulton-El Camino Teen Night, Cottage Park Center, Sacramento, CA                  
October 28 Fairfax Bowl, Fairfax, CA                  
October 29 Veteran's Memorial Hall, Petaluma, CA The Pullice                
November 23 Veterans Memorial Building, Santa Rosa, CA The Pullice                
December 9 Governor's Hall, Old State Fairgrounds, Sacramento, CA Public Nuisance, Milk, Careful Caretakers                
December 17 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA Sonny & Cher, Golliwogs, Royal Bishops, Looking Glass Sonny Bono made a positive impression on the band. John Fogerty's pre-Creedence band, the Golliwogs performed in furry white hats.              
December 31 Fulton-El Camino Teen Club, Howe Community Center, Sacramento, CA                  

1967

The New Breed gives way to The Breed as the band tries to fit in with the new psychedelic sounds coming from nearby San Francisco. It is a rough fit and they never do successfully integrate it into their repertoire. Two memorable events this year include the Breed's appearance at the first and only Sacramento Pop Festival and an appearance on Malibu U., their only national TV exposure.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 7 Purdy Hall, Ukiah, CA Mourning After, Forever Hold Your Peace                
January 21 Veteran's Memorial Hall, Petaluma, CA Butch Engle & the Styx              
January 27-28 Governor's Hall, Old State Fairgrounds, Sacramento, CA Free Love, Working Class, Milk, Psy-Kicks, Public Nuisance, Frankie & Bonnie              
February 18 Pavilion, Santa Rosa County Fairgrounds, Santa Rosa, CA Butch Engle & the Styx              
March 3 The Trip Room, Sacramento, CA Public Nuisance, The Train  

           
March 19 Pavilion, Santa Rosa County Fairgrounds, Santa Rosa, CA The Animals, Oxford Circle, Beat-Ables              
March 20 Concord Armory, Concord, CA The Wheel              
April 16 Civic Auditorium, Stockton, CA Big Brother & Holding Company A drunken Janis Joplin spills her Southern Comfort into guitarist Tom Phillips' guitar case and then manages to blame him for the mess.

           
April 21 Gym, Washington High School, Hayward, CA                  
April 28 Pavilion, Fairfax Park, Fairfax, CA Universal Joint, ACME Jugs Band              
June 10 Continental Auditorium, San Jose, CA Elgin Marble, Chosen Few, Autumn People              
June 15 Kings Beach Bowl, Kings Beach, NV Creators  

           
July 4 Napa County Fair, Calistoga, CA Grass Roots, Roger Collins, The Tears                
July 14 Women's Gym, Sacramento State College, Sacramento, CA The Bad Apples, The Teflon              
July 20 Placer County Fair, Roseville, CA Syndicate of Sound, Royal Bishops, Looking Glass                
July 21 Sonoma County Fairgrounds, Santa Rosa, CA Yardbirds, Sir Douglas Quintet, Morning Glory, The Pullice Nearly 4,000 attend the show. The local paper notes that they have changed their name to The Breed.            
July 28 Governor's Hall, Old State Fairgrounds, Sacramento, CA Yardbirds, Parish Hall Blues Band              
September 1 Unknown venue, Ft. Bragg, CA   The band is now known as The Breed. As noted below, they are on national television this night. The promoter allows the band to take a 30 minute break and drives them to his house so they can watch themselves.              
September 1 Malibu U., ABC-TV airs Rick Nelson, Sandy Posey, Marvin Gaye The band filmed this during the summer. They mime to Green Eyed Woman, a two-year old tune after producers rejected every other recorded tune they had released.              
September 2-3 Cabrillo College, Aptos, CA Grateful Dead, Canned Heat, Leaves              
October 15 Sacramento Pop Festival, Hughes Stadium, Sacramento, CA Jefferson Airplane, Strawberry Alarm Clock, Sunshine Co., Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Hamilton Streetcar, Hourglass, Captain Beefheart According to Ron Floegel, Captain Beefheart was so wasted that they had to literally take the stage away from him. Then, to top the indignaty off, the MC announced them as the Strawberry Alarm Clock.            
November 17 Women's Gym, Sacramento State College, Sacramento, CA Hamilton Street Car, Spirit, Nate Shiiner Blues Band, The Milk              
December 2 Fulton-El Camino Teen Dance, Howe Community Center, Sacramento, CA                  
December 9 Women's Gym, Sacramento State College, Sacramento, CA                  
December 26 Mira Loma High School, Sacramento, CA Parrish Hall Blues Band              

1968

The band signs a recording contract with Terry Melcher's label, Equinox and change their name to Glad but the move has a disasterous effect on the band. They lose their local support when they move to LA during the summer to record their album. The album doesn't get released until the following year after ABC decides to sit on it. Consequently, there are hardly any gigs for the band when they return home. Tim Schmit auditions for Poco during the summer but loses the gig to Randy Meisner.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
February 22 Tracy Ballroom, Tracy, CA Rest, Staton Brothers, End Zome              
March 1 Governor's Hall, Sacramento, CA The Seeds              
March 23 Encina High School, Sacamento, CA   Band has signed with ABC Records and have changed their name to Glad.            
July 4 Griffith Park, Los Angeles, CA   Glad plays a free concert in the park              
UD Whisky a Go Go, Los Angeles Steppenwolf Band recalls opening for Steppenwolf at the Whisky.              
November 28 Encina High School, Sacramento, CA Nate Shiner Blues Band              
December 7 Sound Factory, Sacramento, CA A.B. Skhy, Kak                
December 21 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA   Schmit attends a Pogo show when they opened for Steve Miller. He is struck by their dynamic performance and how close he came to being a part of it. He goes home and writes the song Hear That Music.              

 

1969

The inability of the band to break out of it's diminishing regional base finally drives Schmit on to greener pastures. He leaves in the spring for Poco, when they come calling after Randy Meisner quit.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 4 Sound Factory, Sacramento, CA Country Fog, Sanpaku, Rush, Big Foot Show was a benefit for a new FM station in town that was to become a force in the local radio scene, KZAP.              
February 8 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA Steppenwolf                
March 27 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA Janis Joplin, Chicago Transit Authority                
April-May (UD) Senior Ball, Senator Hotel, Sacramento, CA   Richie Furay and Jim Messina attend the show but do not make contact with the band. The next day they contact Schmit about coming down to LA and hanging out with the band. Except for a rehearsal or two, this is the last time that Tim plays with the band.              
December 31 Cal Expo, Sacramento, CA Lonnie Mack, Trakstod              

1970

Andy Samuels joins the band on lead guitar and Ron Floegel take over on bass for the time being. They borrow money and cut a new album under the name Redwing. They are absent from the concert scene for nearly a year after Schmit's departure while working on the album. They emerge in the summer and begin playing local shows.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
April 14 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA Red Truck, Daybreak Bill Graham hosted a Tuesday night audition night for local bands. This was Redwing's first shot at breaking into the San Francisco scene.              
July 17 Mexican Center Dance Hall, 6th & W Streets, Sacramento, CA Trakstod              
August 27 Cal Expo, California State Fair, Sacramento, CA King, Trakstod                
September 5 Cal Expo, California State Fair, Sacramento, CA Joshua                
October 23-24 New Orleans House, Berkeley, CA James & Good Brothers Ralph Gleason attends one of these shows and is knocked out by them. He offers them a record deal with Fantasy Records. They eventually go with the label.              
November 6-7 New Orleans House, Berkeley, CA Mendelbaum                
November 13 Student Center, American River College, Sacramento, Ca Slo Loris                
November 29 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA Delaney & Bonnie, Boz Scaggs Doug Killmer has joined the band on bass at this point.              
December (UD) Tower Records, Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA   Redwing plays at the grand opening as a showcase for record executives.              

1971

Redwing issues its first album and nearly gets itself a hit record with California Blues. Unfortunately, it's the closest they'll ever get. They take a European tour with the help of Fantasy Records and get some great reviews in England. But a National tour eludes them and they remain close to Sacramento for the remainder of their career.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 1 Comeback Rock Festival, Cal Expo, Sacramento, CA Slo Loris, Forest Hill, She, Buckwheat, Rutabaga              
February 19-20 New Orleans House, Berkeley, CA Lizzard (cancel), Marin                
March 8-9 Guilded Cage, Sacramento, CA                  
March 16-17 Guilded Cage, Sacramento, CA                  
March 24-28 Guilded Cage, Sacramento, CA                
April 2 Washoe County Fairgrounds, Reno, NV Triumph                
May 1-2 New Monk, Berkeley, CA                  
May 5-9 Bitter End West, Los Angeles, CA   Floegel is back on bass. Billboard gives the band a nice live review.            
May 28 Aquarius Theater, Hollywood, CA Chase, Shilo                
July 10 Spartan Stadium, San Jose, CA Joan Baez, Steve Miller, Bola Sete, Cal Tjader A benefit for the United Farmworkers Association              
July 30 Ravina Festival, Chicago, IL Bloodrock                
October 9 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA Deep Purple, Sweathog Karl (Dale) Lyderberger joins the band on bass.            
October 15 Ponderosa High School, Placerville, CA                  
November 5 Marquee, London, England Jackal                
November 6 Slough College, Slough, England Genesis              
November 11 Speakeasy, London, England Jackal                
November 12 Chez Club, Leytonstone, England                
November 12 Old Grey Whistle Test, BBC-TV   Redwing tapes appearance on this date.              
November 13 Exeter University, Exeter, England Alice Stuart                
November 14 Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Alice Stuart, Skin Alley              
November 17 Essex University, Essex, England Alice Stuart                
November 18 Country Club                  
November 19 Bristol University, Bristol, England Alice Stuart                
November 20 V.T.B.A. Alice Stuart                
November 21 Windrush, High Wycombe                  
November 28 Old Grey Whistle Test airs Alice Stuart                
November 25 Paradiso, Amsterdam, Holland                
November 27 Paradiso, Amsterdam, Holland                  
November 28 Harmonie, Leeuwarden, Holland Argent, Alice Stuart Afternoon show            
November 28 De Klok, Assen, Holland   Midnight show            
December 10 Men's Gym, Sacramento State College, Sacramento, CA Boz Scaggs, Stuart Little                

1972

Redwing continues to play local gigs and hope for a hit. Fantasy Records continues to try to promote the band and they assist in another European tour but it is a lower profile tour and does not help their career. Dale Lyberger joins on bass. Redwing's second album contains a couple Chuck Berry covers, showing the band is already struggling for material. They had also recorded a tune for the soundtrack of the Robert Altman film, No Name for Evil, that sadly didn't make the cut. Tim Schmit returns to play bass on a couple tracks for the second album.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 22 Pepperland, San Rafael, CA Tower of Power Redwing takes a local gig while recording their second album at Fantasy Records new studio in Berkeley.              
February 18 Encina High School, Sacramento, CA   Redwing returns to their alma mater to play the Sweetheart Swing dance.              
March 28 Auditorium, Redding, CA Elvin Bishop, Eli              
June 16-17 Keystone Club, Berkeley, CA The Ducks                
July 4 Provo Park, Berkeley, CA Hades, Charlie Daniels Band, Frankbinder, Fluid Drive                
July 14-15 Potpourri Club, Davis, CA Whiplash                
August 4 Folsom Community Clubhouse, Folsom, CA Saguaro                
August 6 North Beach Revivial, San Francisco, CA                
August 9-13 Whisky a Go Go, Los Angeles, CA Seatrain              
August 18 Mira Loma High School, Sacramento, CA                  
August 19 Potpourri Club, Davis, CA                  
October 8 Parking Lot, Sacramento, CA Waterfall                
November 22 Stadsgehoorzaal, Leiden, Belgium CCC Inc. Redwing begins their 2nd European tour. Not as high profile as last year's tour.              
November 24 Nijmegen, Belgium                  
November 25 Venlo                  
November 26 Harmonie, Leeuwarden, Holland                  
November 27 Hoogeveen                  
November 28 De Lantaren, Rotterdam, Holland              

 
November 30 Zutphen, Holland                  
December 1 Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Holland          

 

 
December 2 Apollo Concert Hall, Groningen, Holland CCC Inc., Paul & Andre                
December 3 Amhem, Holland                  
December 6 Paradiso, Amsterdam, Holland   This show was added to the tour after the success of the previously booked shows.              

1973

This proved to be a tough year for Redwing. Their manager, Gary Shiro, murders his ex-wife, then commits suicide in July. They don't replace him and their career begins winding down. John Myers has been playing bass on and off during this time period.

Date

Venue/City

Also performing

Notes

Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List

May 7

Guilded Cage, Sacramento, CA

Farley

               

May 18-19

Potpourri Club, Davis, CA

                 

June 1-2

Crabshaw Corners, Sacramento, CA

Steelwind

             

June 29-30

Potpourri Club, Davis, CA

   

 

           
July 4 Crabshaw Corners, Sacramento, CA Spider Kelly, Waterfall              
September 14-15 Shire Road Pub, Sacramento, CA Pacific Cross Redwing previews their new album at this show            

1974

Buddy Halsam joins on bass during this period. They record their third album but it shows a distinct lack of direction. By now, Redwing is playing San Francisco clubs enough to be identified as a Bay Area band instead of a Sacramento product.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
February 4 Harmonie, Leeuwarden, Holland Trapeze                
Febuary 4 De Lantaren, Rotterdam, Holland Trapeze  

           
February 10 Staddschouwburg, Sittard, Netherlands Trapeze    

         
February-March England, Europe Trapeze This was a three week tour with Trapeze.              
February 16 Het Brandpunt, Assen, Netherland Trapeze  

           
February 21 Kreatlef Sentrum, Leiden, Netherlands Trapeze                
May 24 Cameron Park Country Club, Cameron Park, CA Junior-Senior Ball for Ponderosa High School in Placerville.                
May 28-June 2 First National Women's Music Festival, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL Janis Ian, Bonnie Koloc, Jo Mapes,                
August 23 Cal Expo Plaza Stage, Sacramento, CA Guess Who, Elvin Bishop, Montrose              
September 11-12 Town and Country Lodge, Ben Lomand, CA                  
September 30-October 1 The Orphanage, San Francisco, CA                
October 15 Winterland, San Francisco, CA Journey, Niteshift              
October 16-20 Starwood, Hollywood, CA Johnny Almond              
November 10 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA Commander Cody, New Riders of the Purple Sage                

1975

Redwing records its final Fantasy album with patron Ralph Gleason producing. However, Gleason dies during the recording sessions and the band continues without him. Fantasy releases it but there is no promotion behind it at all. They continue to play local clubs but they don't manage to get another record deal and other careers are calling.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
May 20-22 The Roadhouse, Roseville, CA                  
November 14 Placer County Fairgrounds, Roseville, CA                

1976

Redwing is ready to hang it up and announce their breakup on New Year's Eve. However, the band immediately receives 8 months of bookings within days of their announcement. They decide to take them and ride out the wave.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
December 31 The Lounge, Candlerock, Sacramento, CA                

1977

Redwing plays out the string and finally retires. Hullin and Floegel go into the insurance business, Phillips teaches music, and Samuels disappears from the scene. Tim Schmit, meanwhile, quits Poco and joins the Eagles in the fall.

1978

 

Schmit joins a band in the midst of trying to figure out how to top a multi-platinum album, HOTEL CALIFORNIA. It will take the Eagles over two years to put together the album. In between the recording sessions, the Eagles continue to tour.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
July 23-24 Coliseum, Edmunton, Canada                  
July 25 McMahon Stadium, Calgary, Canada                  
July 27 Assinaboya Downs, Winnipeg, Canada                  
July 29 Folsom Field, Boulder, CO                  
July 30 Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, MO Linda Ronstadt, Dan Fogelberg                
August 1 Metropolitan Stadium, Minneapolis, MN                  
August 2 County Stadium, Milwaukee, WI Steve Miller Band, Pablo Cruise                
August 4 Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY Seals & Crofts, Judy Collins, Dan Fogelberg              
August 5 Rideau-Carleton Racetrack, Ottawa, Canada                  
August 6 CNE Stadium, Toronto, Canada        

       
August 16 Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati, OH Steve Miller Band, Eddie Money                
August 17 Mississippi River Festival, Edwardsville, IL                  
August 19 Cominsky Park, Chicago, IL                  
August 25 Charlotte Speedway, Charlotte, NC                  
August 27 Tangerine Bowl, Orlando, FL                  
August 29 Miami Baseball Stadium, Miami, FL                  

1979

 

After three years of work, THE LONG RUN is released in September. Tim's lone songwriting contribution, I Can't Tell You Why, is a Top Ten hit.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
June 25 Japan                  
September 17-20 Budokan, Tokyo, Japan Jimmy Buffett                
September (UD) Nagoya, Japan Jimmy Buffett                
September (UD) Osaka, Japan Jimmy Buffett                
September 30 Ahola Stadium, Honolulu, HI Jimmy Buffett                
October 8 Civic Center, Providence, RI                
October 9-10 Boston Garden, Boston, MA                  
October 12 University of IN, Bloomington, IN                  
October 13-14 Crisler Arena, University of MI, Ann Arbor, MI                
October 15 War Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY                  
October 16 Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY                  
October 17 Convention Center, Roanoke, VA                  
October 18 Civic Auditorium, Pittsburgh, PA                
October 20-21 Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, OH   Bob Seger performs the encore on the 20th and Jackson Browne performs the encore on the 21st.              
October 22 Chicago Stadium, Chicago, IL                  
November 1 Coliseum, Charlotte, NC                  
November 2 North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC                  
November 4-5 Capitol Centre, Largo, MD Blue Steel                
November 6 The Scope, Norfolk, VA Blue Steel                
November 8 Murphy Center, Middle State Tennessee University, Murfreesboro, TN Blue Steel              
November 9 Stokely Athletic Center, University of TN, Knoxville, TN Blue Steel                
November 11-12 Omni, Atlanta, GA Blue Steel                
November 13 Jefferson Civic Center Arena, Birmingham, AL Blue Steel                
November 15-16 Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati,OH Blue Steel                
November 18-19 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA Blue Steel                
November 20 Coliseum, New Haven, CT                  
December 21 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA Chicago, Linda Ronstadt                

1980

The Eagles undertake their final tour this year but don't officially announce their breakup until May 1982.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January (UD) Sports Arena, San Diego, CA   Benefit from Governor Jerry Brown              
January 26 Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FL Jimmy Buffett                
January 27 Stadium, Gainesville, FL Jimmy Buffett                
January 29 Coliseum, Greensboro, NC Amazing Rhythm Aces                
February 1 Memorial Coliseum, Auburn U., Auburn AL Amazing Rhythm Aces                
February 2 Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN Amazing Rhythm Aces                
February 5 Summitt, Houston, TX Amazing Rhythm Aces                
February 7 Tarrant Co. Convention Center, Ft. Worth, TX Amazing Rhythm Aces              
February 10 Event Center, Austin, TX Amazing Rhythm Aces                
February 11 Assembly Center, LSU, Baton Rouge, LA Amazing Rhythm Aces              
February 12 Coliseum, Biloxi, MS Amazing Rhythm Aces                
February 14 Myriad Convention Center, Oklahoma City, OK Amazing Rhythm Aces              
February 15 Arena, Uof NM, Albuquerque, NM Amazing Rhythm Aces                
March 1-3 Forum, Los Angeles, CA                
March 6-7 Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA                  
June 1 Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ Heart, Little River Band                
June 14 Yale Bowl, Yale University, New Haven, CT Heart              
June 20 Superdome, New Orleans, LA                  
June 21 Cotton Bowl, Dallas, TX Foreigner, Cheap Trick                
June 24-25 St. Paul, MN                  
June 26 Cedar Falls, IA                  
June 28 Boulder, CO                  
July 29 Civic Auditiorium, Santa Monica, CA                  

 

1983

Timothy joins the Jimmy Buffett Band for the next three years playing bass and vocals. He was given a spotlight part of the set to perform "I Can't Tell You Why." The story goes that it was Timothy who was responsible for naming Buffett fans Parrotheads.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
February 25 Mackay Arena, West Lafayette, IN                  
February 27 Silva Concert Hall, Eugene, OR                  
March 5 Univeral Amphitheatre, Los Angeles,, CA                  
March 6 Convention Center, Anaheiim, CA                  
March 7 Fox Theater, San Diego, CA                  
March 20 Miami Beach, FL                  
March 26-27 Front Row Theatre, Cleveleland, OH                  
April 6 Poplar Creek Music Theatre, Hoffman Estates, IL                  
April 11 Auditorium, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN                  
May 20 Civic Center, Lahaina, HI                  
May 21 Waikiki Shell, Honolulu, HI                  
July 15 Carowinds Pavilion, Charlotte, NC                  
July 16 King's Dominion Theater, Richmond, VA                  
July 17 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD                  
July 19 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH                  
July 21 Poplar Creek Music Theatre, Hoffman Estates, IL                  
July 25 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Denver, CO                  
October 28 SDSU Amphitheatre, San Diego, CA                  
October 29 Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, Irvine, CA                  
November 5 Frank Erwin Center, Austin, TX                  
November 6 The Summitt, Houston, TX                  
November 9 Von Braun Center, Huntsville, AL                  
November 15 O'Connell Auditorium, Gainesville, FL                  
November 17 Auditoriium, West Palm Beach, FL                  
November 18 Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL                  
November 20 Leon County Civic Center, Tallahasee, FL                  
November 24-26 Knight Center, Miami Beach, FL                  
November 29 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA                  
November 30 Constitution Hall, Washington DC                  
December 5 Millett Hall, Oxford, OH                  
December 8 Civic Center, Atlanta, GA                  
December 10 Civic Center, Augusta, GA                  

1984

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
June 22 Timberwolf Amphitheatre, Cincinnati, OH                  
June 23 Poplar Creek Music Theatre, Hoffman Estates, IL                  
June 25 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH                  
June 28 Finger Lakes Peforming Arts Center, Canadaigua, NY                  
June 29 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY                  
June 30 Kingswood Music Theatre, Toronto, Canada                  
July 2 Robin Hood Dell West Arena, Philadelphia, PA                  
July 3 Boston Common, Boston, MA                  
July 6 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD                  
July 11 Mud Island Amphitheatre, Memphis, TN                  
August 16 Lane County Amphitheatre, Eugene, OR                  
August 21 SDSU Amphitheatre, San Diego, CA                  
August 23 Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA                  
August 24 Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, Irvine, CA                  
August 29 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Denver, CO                  

1985

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
February 12 West Palm Beach Auditorium, West Palm Beach, FL                  
February 13 Civic Auditorium, Jacksonville, FL                  
February 15 Sun Dome, Tampa, FL                  
May 27 Convention Center, Tucson, AZ                  
May 29 Municipal Stadium, Phoenix, AZ                  
May 30 SDSU Amphitheatre, San Diego, CA                  
June 1 Candlestick Park, San Francisco, CA                  
June 2 Civic Stadium, Portland, OR                  
June 16 Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO                  
June 21 Blossom Music Festival, Cuyahoga Falls, OH                  
June 22 Deer Creek Music Theatre, Indianapolis, IN                  
June 23 Poplar Creek Music Theatre, Hoffman Estates, IL                  
June 25 Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI                  
June 27 Chastain Park Amphitheatre, Atlanta, GA                  
June 28 Timberwolf Amphitheatre, Cincinnati, OH                  
June 29-30 Mud Island Amphitheatre, Memphis, TN                  
July 1 Summerfest, Milwaukee, WI                  
July 2 Roberts Stadium, Evansville, IN                  
July 3 Cardinal Stadium, Louisville, KY                  
July 5 Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ                  
July 6-7 Carowinds Palladium, Charlotte, NC                  
July 9 Music Hall, Boston, MA                  
July 10 Civic Center, Portland, ME                  
July 11 Maritime Pier, New York City, NY                  
July 12-13 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD                  
July 14 King's Dominion Theatre, Ashland, VA                  
July 31 Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA                  
August 1 Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA                  
August 2 Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, Irvine, CA                  
August 6 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Denver, CO                  
August 8 South Park Meadows Amphitheatre, Austin, TX                  
August 9 Southern Star Amphitheatre, Houston, TX                  
August 10 Convention Center, Dallas, TX                  
August 12 Royals Stadium, Omaha, NE                  
August 13 All Sports Stadium, Oklahoma City, OK                  
August 14 Sec Taylor Stadium, Des Moines, IA                  
August 16-17 Marine Stadium, Miami Beach, FL                  
August 21 Chastain Park Amphitheatre, Atlanta, GA                  
August 24 Manatee Civic Center, Palmetto, FL                  
August 25 Civic Center, Orlando, FL                  
August 27 Jones Beach Theatre, Wantaugh, NY                  

 

1988

Timothy joins Warren Zevon for an acoustic tour that helps Zevon re-examine his catalogue and reconnect with his audience. Zevon calls himself, Dan Dugmore on guitar and Timothy on bass "the Kingston Trio of the Apocolypse" although they are billed as the Patrician Homeboys. Timothy was given a solo spot to perform "I Can't Tell You Why"

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
October 29 Ventura Theatre, Ventura, CA                  
November 11 Mississippi Nights, St. Louis, MO                  
November 14 First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN                  
November 16 UWM Ballroom, Milwaukee, WI                  
November 17 Park West, Chicago, IL Jill Souble                
November 20 Ohio Union Ballroom, Columbus, OH                  
November 26 The Warehouse, Rochester, NY                  
November 27 Diamond Club, Toronto, Canada                  
November 19 Paradise, Boston, MA Robin Lane                
November 30 Raul's Roadside Attraction, Portland, ME                  
December 7 The Max, Charlottesville, VA                  
December 9 Town Hall, New York City, NY                  
December 12 Cotton Club, Atlanta, GA                  

 

 

1992

Tim joins the Ringo Starr All-Starr Band along with Timmy Cappello, Burton Cummings, David Edmunds, Nils Lofgren, Todd Rundgren, Zak Starkey, and Joe Walsh. Tim sang two tunes during the set, "I Can't Tell You Why" and "Keep on Tryin'"

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
June 2-3 Sunrise Musical Theatre, Ft. Lauderdale, FL                  
June 5 Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL                  
June 6 Blockbuster Pavilion, Charlotte, NC                  
June 7 Chastain Park Amphtheatre, Atlanta, GA                  
June 9 Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, OH                  
June 10 Blossom Music Festival, Cuyahoga Falls, OH                  
June 12 Deer Creek Music Center, Nobelsville, IN                  
June 13 Poplar Creek Music Center, Hoffman Estates, IL                  
June 15 Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI                  
June 16 Kingswood Music Theatre, Maple, Ontario, Canada                  
June 17 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD                  
June 19-20 Radio City Music Hall, New York City, NY                  
June 21 Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ                  
June 22 Great Woods Center, Mansfield, MA                  
June 23 Jones Beach Theatre, Wantaugh, NY                  
June 25 Marcus Amphitheatre, Milwaukee, WI                  
June 26 Riverport Amphitheatre, Maryland Heights, MO                  
June 28 Sandstone Amphitheatre, Kansas City, MO                  
July 2 Festival, Gothenburg, Sweden                  
July 3 Dala Rock Festival, Hedomora, Sweden                  
July 4 Moelleparken, Malmo, Sweden                  
July 6 Empire Theater, Liverpool, England   show was filmed              
July 7 Hammersmith Odeon, London, England                  
July 8 Le Zeith, Paris, France                  
July 10 Stadtgarten, Hamburg, Germany                  
July 11 Tanzbrunnen, Cologne, Germany                  
July 12 Fraunfield, Switzerland                  
July 12 Unterfrankenhalle, Aschaffenburg, Germany                  
July 13 Montreaux Jazz Festival, Montreaux, Switzerland   show was filmed and released as a DVD              
July 15 Deuchelandhalle, Berlin, Germany                  
July 17 Pori Jazz Festival, Pori, Finland                  
July 18 Valby Idretspark, Copenhagen, Denmark                  
July 19 Arhus, Denmark                  
July 19 Grona Lund, Stockholm, Sweden                  
July 20 Belgua Beach Festival, De La Panne, Belgium                  
July 22 Teatre Tenda, Brescia, Italy                  
July 23 Teatre LA Versiliana, Marina Di Pierasanta Italy                  
July 24 Rome, Italy                  
August 1 Champs de Brionne, George, WA                  
August 3 Harvey's, Lake Tahoe, CA                  
August 4 Redwood Amphitheatre, Great America Amusement Park, Santa Clara, CA                  
August 5 Concord Pavilion, Concord, CA                  
August 7 California Mid-State Fair, Paso Robles, CA                  
August 8 Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, CA                  
August 9 Pacific Amphitheatre, Costa Mesa, CA                  
August 11-12 Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA                  
August 13 Desert Sky Amphitheatre, Phoenix, AZ                  
August 15 Aquafest, Austin, TX                  
August 16 Riverfront Park, Little Rock, AR                  
August 18 Starplex Amphitheatre, Dallas, TX                  
August 20 Celeste Center, Ohio State Fair, Columbus, OH                  
August 21 Freedom Hall, Louisville, KY                  
August 22 Iowa State Fair, Des Moines, IA                  
August 24 Star Lake Amphitheatre, Burgettstown, PA                  
August 25 Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center, Canadaigua, NY                  
August 26 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY                  
August 27 Atlantic City, NJ                  
August 28 Waterloo Village, Stanhope, NJ                  
September 1 Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre, Englewood, CO                  
September 2 Park West Amphitheatre, Park City, UT                  
September 4-6 Caeser's Palace, Las Vegas, NV                  
October 23 Tucson, AZ                  

 

1994

Hell freezes over and the Eagles return to the stage. Randy Meisner is left behind as Tim is the preferred bass player for Henley and Frey. Despite the hype, the tour grinds to a halt when Glen Frey needs surgery. Dates are made up in 1995.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
May 27-June 1 Irvine Meadows, Laguna Hills, CA                  
June 3 Blockbuster Amphitheatre, San Bernadino, CA                  
June 4 Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego, CA                
June 8-9, 11-12 Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA                
June 14-16 Fiddler's Green, Denver, CO                  
June 18 Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas, NV                  
June 19 Sun Devil Stadium, Phoenix, AZ                  
June 30 AlamoDome, San Antonio, TX                
July 2 Rice Stadium, Houston, TX                  
July 3 Texas Stadium, Dallas, TX                  
July 5-6 Riverport Amphitheatre, St. Louis, MO                  
July 8 Cleveland Stadium, Cleveland, OH                  
July 13 Tiger Stadium, Detroit, MI                  
July 14 World Music Theatre, Chicago, IL                  
July 15 Alpine Valley, East Troy, WI                  
July 17-19 Omni, Atlanta, GA                  
July 21 Superdome, New Orleans, LA                  
July 23 Citrus Bowl, Orlando, FL                  
July 24 Orange Bowl, Miami Beach, FL                  
August 5-10 Great Woods Amphitheatre, Boston, MA                  
August 12-13 Columbus, OH                  
August 15-16 Starlake Amphitheatre, Pittsburgh, PA                  
August 18-19 Walnut Creek Amphitheatre, Raleigh, NC                  
August 21 Saratoga Springs, NY                  
August 23-24 Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ                
August 26-27 Blockbuster Pavilion, Charlotte, NC                  
August 28 Thompson-Boding Arena, Knoxville, TN                  
September 13 RFK Stadium, Washington DC                  
September 14 Hershey Stadium, Hershey, PA                  
September 15 The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA                  
September 20-21 Deer Creek, Indianapolis, IN                  
November 3 Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, WA                

1995

The Eagles stay on the road as the money rolls in. The early part of the year is devoted to make-up dates due to Frey's surgery. The remainder of the dates are supposed to be the end of the Eagles. But.....

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 9-10 Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, WA                  
January 12 Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR                  
January 14 Delta Center, Salt Lake City, UT                  
January 15 Boise State Pavilion, Boise, ID                  
January 17 Arena, San Jose, CA                
January 18 Arco Arena, Sacramento, CA                  
January 21 Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA                  
January 23 America West Arena, Phoenix, AZ                  
January 25-26 Myriad, Oklahoma City, OK                  
January 28 Devaney Hall, Lincoln, NB                  
January 30 The Pyramid, Memphis, TN                  
January 31 Thompson-Bowling Arena, Knoxville, TN                  
February 15-16 The Palace, Auburn Hills, MI                  
February 18 United Center, Chicago, IL                  
February 19 Ames, IA                  
February 21-22 Target Center, Minneapolis, MN                  
February 24 Atlanta, GA                  
February 25 Bancorp South Center, Tupelo, MS                  
February 27 Miami Beach, FL                  
February 28 Tallahassee, FL                  
March 1 Tampa Bay, FL                  
March 3 Lexington, KY                  
March 4 North Charleston Coliseum, Charleston, SC                  
March 6-7 The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA                  
March 9 Baltimore, MD                  
March 10 Birmingham, AL                  
March 11 Hard Rock Hotel, Las Vegas, NV                  
March 27-28 Vancouver, BC                  
March 30 Edmunton, Canada                  
March 31-April 1 Calgary, Canada                  
April 2 Fargodome, Fargo, ND                  
April 5 St. Louis, MO                  
April 7-8 Charlotte, SC                  
April 10 Bradley Center, Milwaukee, WI                  
April 11 Cleveland, OH                  
April 18 Civic Center, Charleston, WVA                  
April 19, 21 Starwood Amphitheatre, Nashville, TN                  
April 22 BJCC, Birmingham, AL                  
April 24-25 Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, OH                  
April 27-28 Deer Creek, Indianapolis, IN                  
April 30-May 1 Sandstone Amphitheatre, Bonner Springs, KS                  
May 3 Aggie Memorial Stadium, Las Cruces, NM                  
May 5 Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO                
May 7 Memorial Stadium, Austin, TX                  
May 12 Civic Center, Mobile, AL                  
May 13 War Memorial Stadium, Little Rock, AR                  
May 14 Cajun Dome, Lafayette, LA                  
November 6 Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, HI              
November 9 Koshien Stadium, Osaka, Japan                
November 11-12 Yokahama, Japan                  
November 14-15 Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan                  
November 18 Fukuoka Dome, Fukuoka, Japan                  
November 21 Yokahama Dome, Yokahama, Japan                  
November 25 Aukland, New Zealand                  
November 26 Christchurch, New Zealand                  
November 29-30, December 2 Flinders Park, Melbourne, Australia                  
December 4 Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide, Australia                  
December 6-7 Brisbane Centre, Brisbane, Australia                  
December 9 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia                  

 

1996

Quite by surprise, the Eagles return to the road with some U.S. dates, then takes the HELL FREEZES OVER tour to Europe where it ends.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
June 16 Memorial Stadium, Clemson, SC                  
June 17 Coliseum, Greensboro, NC                  
June 19 Amphitheatre, Virginia Beach, VA                  
June 20 Bryce Jordan Center, State College, PA                  
June 22 Meadows Music Theatre, Hartford, CT                  
June 24-25 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY                  
June 27-28 Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto, Canada                  
June 29 Corel Center, Kanata, Canada                  
July 5-6 RDS Stadium, Dublin, Ireland                  
July 8 Palais Omnisports, Paris, France                  
July 10 McAlpine Stadium, Huddersfield, England                
July 13-14 Wembley Stadium, London, England                  
July 16 Flanders Expo, Ghent, Belgium                  
July 17 Feyenoord Stadium, Rotterdam, Holland                  
July 19 Horse Riding Track, Hamburg, Germany                
July 21 Maritime Museum, Stockholm, Sweden                
July 22 Spectrum, Oslo, Norway                  
July 24 Waldbuhne, Berlin, Germany                  
July 25 Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, Germany                  
July 27 Festfalle, Frankfurt, Germany                  
July 28 Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany                  
July 30 Hallenstadium, Zurich, Switzerland                  
August 2 NYNEX Arena, Manchester, England                  
August 3 Wembley Stadium, London, England                
August 4 Murryfield Stadium, Edinburgh, Scotland                  

2001

The Eagles dump Don Felder in February prior to the resumption of live touring. The parting was nasty and involved several lawsuits and the band requiring additional musicians to round out the sound on stage. The shows take place primarily in Europe except for two U.S. shows.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
May 29 Moscow, Soviet Union                  
June 1-2 Helsinki, Finland                  
June 4 Stockholm, Sweden                  
June 6 Arena, Hanover, Germany                  
June 7 Kolnarena, Cologne, Germany                  
June 9-10, 12-13 Earl's Court, London, England                  
June 16 Arena, Sheffield, England                  
June 19 Eve News Arena, Manchester, England                  
June 29 Stormont, Belfast, Northern Ireland                  
June 30 RDS Main Arena, Dublin, Ireland                  
July 3 Paris, France                
July 4 Sportpalais, Antwerp, Belgium                  
July 10 Waldbuhne, Berlin, Germany                  
July 11 Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany                  
July 13 Zurich, Switzerland                  
July 14 Lucca, Italy                  
July 16 Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany                  
July 19-20 The NIA, Birmingham, England                  
July 22 Glasgow, Scotland                  
July 28 Dallas, TX                  
August 11 Denver, CO                  

2002

The Eagles tour the United States this year after spending some time on a new album. Unfortunately, it doesn't get finished and all fans have to look forward to are these live shows.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
February 2 Recording Artist Coalition Concert, Los Angeles, CA Sheryl Crow, John Fogerty, Stevie Nicks, Billy Joel                
May 31 Lawlor Events Center, Reno, NV                  
June 1 The Joint, Hard Rock Hotel, Las Vegas, NV                  
June 3 Don Haskins Center, El Paso, TX                  
June 4 The Pit, Albuquerque, NM                  
June 6 Delta Center, Salt Lake City, UT                  
June 7 Idaho Center Arena, Boise, ID                  
June 9 Calgary, Canada                  
June 10 Skyreach Centre, Edmunton, Canada                  
June 12 GM Place, Vancouver, Canada                  
June 13 Rose Garden Arena, Portland, OR                  
June 15 The Gorge, George, WA                
June 16 Arena, Spokane, WA                  
June 18 Fargodome, Fargo, ND                  
June 19 Xcel Center, St. Paul, MN                  
June 21 Grand Rapids, MI                  
June 22 Value City Arena, Columbus, OH                  
June 28 Lubbock, TX                  
June 29 Ford Center, Oklahoma City, OK                  
July 1 Centurytel Center, Bossier City, LA                  
July 2 War Memorial Center, Little Rock, AR                  
July 4 Thompson-Boling Arena, Knoxville,TN                  
July 5 Louisville, KY                  
July 7 Marcus Amphitheatre, Milwaukee, WI                  
July 8 The Mark, Moline, IL                  
July 10 Wichita, KS                  
July 11 Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO                  
July 13 Ames, IA                  
July 14 Civic Auditorium, Omaha, NB                  
July 16 Tupolo, MS                  
July 17 Birmingham-Jackson Convention Complex, Birmingham, AL                  
July 19-20 Mississippi Coast Coliseum, Biloxi, MS                  

2003

The Eagles embark upon their Farewell I tour.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
May 9 Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, VA                  
May 11 Carolina Center, Columbia, SC                  
May 13 St. Petersburg Times Forum, Tampa, FL                  
May 14 TD Waterhouse, Orlando, FL                  
May 16-17 Office Depot Center, Sunrise, FL                  
May 19-20 Philips Arena, Atlanta, GA                  
May 22 Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC                  
May 23 Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC                  
May 25 Gaylord Entertainment, Nashville, TN                  
May 26 US Bank Arena, Cincinnati, OH                  
June 6 Savvis Center, St. Louis, MO                  
June 7 The Pyramid, Memphis, TN                  
June 9 SBC Center, San Antonio, TX                  
June 10 Next Stage, Grand Prairie, TX                  
June 12 New Orleans Arena, New Orleans, LA                  
June 14 Civic Center, Tallahasee, FL                  
June 16-17 The Compaq Center, Houston, TX                  
June 19-20 AA Center, Dallas, TX                  
June 22 Ford Center, Oklahoma City, OK                  
June 24 Pepsi Center, Denver, CO                  
July 8-9 First Union Center, Philadelphia, PA                  
July 11-12 MCI Center, Washington DC                  
July 15-16, 18 Fleet Center, Boston, MA                  
July 19 Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, CT                  
July 21 Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, NH                  
July 22 HSBC Arena, Buffalo, NY                  
July 24 Pepsi Arena, Albany, NY                  
July 25 Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, NJ                  
August 5 America West Arena, Phoenix, AZ                  
August 6 Centennial Garden, Bakersfield, CA                  
August 8 Coors Amphitheatre, Chula Vista, CA                  
August 9 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV                  
August 19 Arco Arena, Sacramento, CA                  
August 20 Chronicle Pavilion, Concord, CA                  
August 22 HP Arena, San Jose, CA                  
August 24 White River Amphitheatre, Auburn, WA                  
October 8 Private show, Ottawa, Canada                  
October 9 Air Canada Centre, Ottawa, Canada                  
October 11 Mellon Arena, Pittsburgh, PA                  
October 12 MCI Center, Washington DC   RAC Benefit              
October 14 Palace of Auburn Hills, Detroit, MI                  
October 15 Gund Arena, Cleveland, OH                  
October 17 Xcel Center, St. Paul, MN                  
October 18 Resch Center, Green Bay, WI                  
October 20 Kohl Center, Madison, WI                
October 21 Allstate Arena, Chicago, IL                  
October 23 Schottenstein Center, Columbus, OH                  
October 25 Conesco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN                  
October 26 Memorial Coliseum, Ft. Wayne, IN                  

2004

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
May 12 Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, MI                  
May 13 Carver Arena, Peoria, IL                  
May 15 Omaha Arena, Omaha, NB                  
May 16 Convention Center, Duluth, MN                  
May 18 Civic Center, Bismark, ND                  
May 19 Rushmore Plaza Civic Center, Rapid City, SD                  
May 21 Journal Pavilion, Albuquerque, NM                  
May 22 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, NV                  
May 24 Tucson Convention Center Arena, Tucson, AZ                  
May 26 Events Center, Casper, WY                  
May 27 Metrapark, Billings, MT                  
May 29 Lawlor Events Center, Reno, NV                  
May 30 Save Mart Center, Fresno, CA                  
                     
October 15-16 Bancock, Thailand                  
October 18 Singapore Indoor Stadium, Singapore                  
October 20 Hong Kong Coliseum, Hong Kong                  
October 24 Sapporo Dome, Sapporo, Japan                  
October 26 Yokahama, Japan                
October 30-31 Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan                  
November 3 Osaka Dome, Osaka, Japan                  
November 5 Fukouka Dome, Fukouka, Japan                  
November 7 Nagoya Dome, Nagoya, Japan                  
November 11 Subiaco Oval, Perth, Australia                  
November 14-15, 17 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Australia                  
November 19-21 Superdome, Sydney, Australia                  
November 23-24 Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, Australia                  
November 27-28 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Australia   Eagles film new live DVD              
November 29-30 Adelaide, Australia                  
December 2 Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, Australia                  
December 4 Superdome, Sydney, Australia                  

2005

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
March 5 Coliseum, North Charleton, SC                  
March 6 Veteran's Memorial Arena, Jacksonville, FL                  
March 8 Bi-Lo Center, Greenville, SC                  
March 10 Gwinnet Center, Atlanta, GA                  
March 11 RBC Center, Raleigh, NC                  
March 13 Civic Center, Charleston, WVA                  
March 15 Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA                  
March 18 Soverign Center, Reading, PA                  
March 19 Dunkin' Donuts Center, Providence, RI                  
March 28 Bell Centre, Montreal, Canada                  
March 29 Air Canada Center, Toronto, Canada                  
March 31-April 1, 8 Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford, NJ                  
April 3, 6 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY                  
April 5 1st Mariner Center, Baltimore, MD                  
April 9 Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, NJ                  
April 11 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY                  
August 11 Harrah's Outdoor Arena, Lake Tahoe, NV                  
August 13 Calaveras County Fairgrounds, Angels Camp, CA                  
August 14 Soccer Field, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA                  
August 16 Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA                  
August 17 Coors Amphitheatre, Chula Vista, CA                  
August 19 Salinas Sports Complex, Salinas, CA                  
August 20 Harrah's Outdoor Arena, Lake Tahoe, NV                  
September 9 Save Mart Center, Fresno, CA                  
September 14, 16-17, October 7 The Pond, Anaheim, CA                  
September 21, 23-24, October 8 Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA                  
October 10, 14 HP Pavilion, San Jose, CA                  
October 11 Oakland Arena, Oakland, CA                  
October 15 Las Vegas, NV                  
October 17 Glendale Arena, Phoenix, AZ                  
November 4 Mexico Arena, Monterrey, Mexico                
November 6-7 Auditorio Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico                  
November 11 Glendale Arena, Phoenix, AZ                  
November 12, 20-21 Tennis Garden, Indian Wells, CA                  
November 16 San Diego, CA                  
November 17 The Pond, Anaheim, CA                  
November 19 Arco Arena, Sacramento, CA                  
November 29-30, December 2-3 Blaisdell Arena, Honolulu, HI                  
December 6 Maui Arts and Cultural Center, Kahului, HI                  

2006

The Eagles tour Europe during the summer as part of their ongoing Farewell Tour.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
May 23 Palau Sant Jordi , Barcelona, Spain                  
May 25 Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany                  
May 27 Olympic Stadium, Rome, Italy                  
May 29 Arena, Verona, Italy                  
May 31 Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland                  
June 1 SAP Arena, Mannheim, Germany                  
June 3 Colourline Arena, Hamburg, Germany                  
June 4 Ahoy Hall, Rotterdam, Holland                  
June 10-11 Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland                  
June 13-14 NIA, Birmingham, England                  
June 17-18 Twickenham Stadium, London, England                  
June 20-21 M.E.N. Arena, Manchester, England                  
June 23 Hampden Park Stadium, Glasgow, Scotland                  
June 25 Cardiff Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales                  

 

2008

The Long Road Out of Eden Tour begins in Europe and then takes on the U.S. Henley claims "We're not ready to retire" as the band plays long sets with a lot of favorites and new tracks from their long-awaited studio album.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
March 9 Forum, Los Angeles, CA   Rehearsal and private concert              
March 20,22-23, 26 O2 Arena, London, England                  
March 28-29 Stockholm, Sweden                  
April 1-2 Ahoy Hall, Rotterdam, Netherlands                  
April 4-5 O2 Arena. London, England                  
May 2 Stagecoach Festival, Indio, CA                  
May 3 John Stewart Memorial, Malibu, CA   performs "Chilly Wind"              
May 14, 16, 17, 20 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park, Alpharetta, GA                  
May 21 Charlottesville, VA                  
May 24-25 Prudential Center, Newark, NJ                  
May 28, 30-31 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY                  
June 2 Hard Rock Theme Park, Myrtle Beach, SC                  
July 14 Wachovia Center, Philadelphia, PA                  
July 17 Borgata Spa & Resort Event Center, Atlantic City, NJ                  
July 21-22, 24 Air Canada Center, Toronto, Canada                  
July 26 Verizon Center, Washington DC                  
July 28, 30 TD Banknorth Garden, Boston, MA                  
July 31 Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, CT                  
August 2 Magnetic Hill, Moncton, NE John Fogarty                
September 24-25 United Center, Chicago, IL                  

2009

Tim releases EXPANDO, his latest solo album and undertakes his first solo tour ever. His backup band consists of Hank Linderman on lead guitar, Herman Matthews on drums, Chris Farmer on keyboards, Bobby Colombo on occassional bass and three backup singers.

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
October 14 The Largo, Los Angeles, CA                  
October 16 The Basement, Nashville, TN   George Grantham sits in on Keep on Tryin'              
October 18 Schuba's, Chicago, IL                  
October 21 Bottom Line, New York City, NY                  
December 7 Alladin Theater, Portland, OR                  
December 9 Triple Door, Seattle, WA                  
December 11 Crest Theater, Sacramento, CA Elliot Randall Tim's mom is in attendance, as well as friends, family, old classmates and former New Breed, Glad and Redwing guitarist Ron Floegel.              
December 13, Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA                  
December 14 Soho, Santa Barbara, CA                  
December 17 Troubadour, Hollywood, CA                  
December 21 Belly Up Tavern, San Diego, CA                  

2010

After a set of solo shows in England, Tim returns to the Eagles for a spring tour. The Eagles spend December down under, performing in Australia.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
March 26 Manchester Academy, Manchester, England   Tim takes the Expando tour to England              
March 28 Glee Club, Birmingham, England                  
March 30 Cadogan Hall, London, England                  
April 16-17, 20 Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA   Eagles return to the road              
April 21 US Airways, Phoenix, AZ                  
April 24 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV                  
April 25 Honda Center, Anaheim, CA                  
April 17 Arco Arena, Sacramento, CA                  
April 30-May 1 HP Pavilion, San Jose, CA                  
May 9-10 GM Place, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada   Postponed due to Tim's illness              
May 13 Key Arena, Seattle, WA   Postponed due to Tim's illness              
May 17 Rose Garden, Portland, OR   Postponed due to Tim's illness              
May 18 Idaho Center, Boise, ID   Postponed due to Tim's illness              
May 20 Pepsi Center, Denver, CO                  
May 22 Citizen's Business Bank Arena, Ontario, CA                  
May 23 Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre, San Diego, CA                  
May 26 Key Arena, Seattle, WA   Rescheduled from earlier              
May 29 Rose Garden, Portland, OR   Rescheduled from earlier              
May 30 Idaho Center, Boise, ID   Rescheduled from earlier              
June 1 GM Place, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada   Rescheduled from earlier              
June 8 Rogers Centre, Toronto, Canada                  
June 10 New Meadowlands Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ                  
June 12 Gillette Stadium, Boston, MA                  
June 14 Citizen's Bank Ballpark, Philadelphia, PA Dixie Chicks, Keith Urban                
June 15 Hershey Stadium, Hershey, PA Dixie Chicks, Keith Urban                
June 19 Soldier Field, Chicago, IL                  
June 22 Canad Inns, Winnipeg, Canada                  
June 24 Busch Stadium, St. Louis, MO                  
June 26 American Airliines Center, Dallas, TX                  
June 27 Toyota Center, Houston, TX                  
July 1 Verizon Center, Little Rock, AR                  
October 10 Austin City Limits Music Festival, Austin, TX                  
December 2 SEC Entertainment Centre, Sydney, Australia                  
December 6 Acer Arena, Sydney, Australia                  
December 10 NIB Stadium, Perth, Australia                  
December 13 Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, Australia                  
December 17-18 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Australia                  

2011

The Eagles go abroad this year performing in Europe. Timothy ends the year with another short solo tour.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
June 12 Viking Stadium, Stavanger, Norway                  
June 13 Norwegian Wood, Oslo, Norway                  
June 15 Hjallerup, Aalborg, Denmark                  
June 17 Norrporten Arena, Sundsvall, Sweden                  
June 19 Bowling Green Open Air, Wiesbaden, Germany                  
June 21 Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany                  
June 23 Waldbuhne, Berlin, Germany                  
June 25 Schwarzl Freizeitzentrum, Graz, Austria                  
June 26 Konigsplatz, Munich, Germany                  
June 28 O2 World, Hamburg, Germany                  
July 1 The Hop Farm, Paddock Wood, Kent, England                  
November 5 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV                
November 19 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV                
November 25 The Compound Grill, Phoenix, AZ   Timothy begins a West Coast solo tour.              
November 28 Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach, CA                  
November 30 Coach House, San Juan Bautista, CA                  
December 2 Cache Creek Casino, Brooks, CA                  
December 3 Canyon Club, Agora Hills, CA                  
December 6 Rio Theatre, Santa Cruz, CA                  
December 8 Tower Theater, Bend, OR                  
December 9 Skagit Valley Casino, Bow, WA                  
December 12 Kirkland Performance Center, Seattle, WA                  
December 13 Alladin Theatre, Portland, OR                  

2012

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
April 4 Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town, South Africa                  
April 7 Sun City Superbowl, Sun City, South Africa                  
April 8 FNB Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa                  
April 12 Sevens Rugby Stadium, Dubai, United Arab Emirates                  
April 21 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, NV                  
May 2 Verizon Wireless Amphetheatre, Alpharetta, GA                  
May 5 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, Acura Stage, New Orleans, LA                  
May 19 Cherokee Creek Music Featival, Cherokee, TX   Timothy begins another short solo tour              
May 20 Brewster Street Ice House, Corpus Christi, TX                  
May 22 The Parish, Austin, TX   Show had been moved from the La Zona Rosa              
May 24 Capitol Theatre, Clearwater, FL                  
May 28 The Hamilton, Washington DC                  
May 29 B.B. King's Blues Club, New York City, NY                  
May 31 Keswick Theatre, Glenside, PA                  
June 2 The Playhouse, Ridgefield, CT                  
June 4 Ramshead Tavern, Annapolis, MD                  
June 6 Three Rivers Arts Festival, Pittsburgh, PA                  
June 8 The Paramount, Huntington, NY                  
June 9 The Newton Theatre, Newton, NJ                  
September 1-2 Ovation Hall, Atlantic City, NJ   Eagles back on the road for select shows              
November 15 Beacon Theater, New York City, NY                  
November 17 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, NV                  
December 30 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, NV