DELIVERIN'

The second leg of the GHOST TOWN tour. By tour's end, Kim Bullard had had enough. Over the summer he returned to Crosby, Stills & Nash's backing band. The switch over to Atlantic Records managed to keep Poco afloat but was very frustrating for the band.

 

 

 

 

1983
Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 7 Ashley's, Baldwin Place, NY   Thanks to Greg Slivinsky for adding this show to the database!              
January 9 Main Event, New Brunswick, NJ                
January 10-11 Lone Star Cafe, New York City, NY Dan Dailey Once a hotbed of Pocomania, this low key gig was Poco's first appearance in New York City in two years.          
January 12 The Station, Wilkes-Barre, PA                  
January 14 Beach Theatre, Virginia Beach, VA   From the Denny Jones archives              
January 15 Roadies Concert Hall, Goldsboro, NC Super Grit This performance was a sell-out with 1,800 in attendance. The show grossed $11,000.            
January 16 The Forum, Winston-Salem, NC   From the Denny Jones archives              
January 18 Remington's, Savannah, GA   From the Denny Jones archives              
January 19 New York, New York, Augusta, GA   From the Denny Jones archives              
January 20 Derriere's, Charleston, SC   From the Denny Jones archives            
January 21 Uncle Tom's Cabin, Stone Mountain, GA Out a Hand              
January 22 Nightown, Destin, FL                  
January 23 Le Club, Tierra Verde Island Resort, FL   Audience tapes of both sets exist.

Two shows at 8 and 10 pm

       
January 24 Agora, Miami Beach, FL Fat Chance Blues Band From the Denny Jones archives              
January 26 P.G. Scott's, Blowing Rock, NC   From the Denny Jones archives              
January 28 Palace Theater, Louisville, KY Atlanta Rhythm Section From the Denny Jones archives              
January 29 Carlton Celebrity Room,, Green Bay, WI   From the Denny Jones archives    

     
January 30 Park West, Chicago, IL   Jim Mullen provided set list and date.          
February 1 Front Row. Cleveland, OH Deadly Earnest and the Honky Tonk Heroes            
February 2 Trafalmadore Cafe, Buffalo, NY   From the Denny Jones archives              
February 3 Red Creek, Rochester, NY Piano Red            
February 4 Rusty Nail, Sunderland, MA   From the Denny Jones archives              
February 6 Toad's Place, New Haven, CT                  
February 8 The Paradise, Boston, MA                
February 9 Lipo's, Providence, RI                  
February 10 Big Man's West, Red Bank, NJ                  
February 11 Brandywine Club, Chadd's Ford, PA Brickardt This show was cancelled due to blizzard conditions and Rusty Young's subsequent bout with pneumonia cancels the remainder of this winter tour (Jim Mullen).            
February 14 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO Outlaws Cancelled due to Young's illness              
February 15 Uptown Theater, Kansas City, MO   Cancelled due to Young's illness              
March 16 Palace Theater, Calgary, Canada   From the Denny Jones archives              
March 17-19 Cook County Saloon, Edmonton, Canada   From the Denny Jones archives              
March 23 Silverbow Center, Butte, MT   From the Denny Jones archives              
March 24 Civic Auditorium, Helena, MT   From the Denny Jones archives              
March 25 Events Center, University of Wyoming, Casper, WY   From the Denny Jones archives              
March 26 Arts & Science Center, Laramie, WY Montana From the Denny Jones archives              
March 27 Rainbow Music Hall, Denver, CO   From the Denny Jones archives              
March 29 Black Hills State College, Spearfish, SD   From the Denny Jones archives              
March 30 Fieldhouse, Montana State College, Bozeman, MT Marshall Tucker Band From the Denny Jones archives              
March 31 Beasley Performing Arts Center, Washington State University, Pullman, WA Marshall Tucker Band              
April 1 Four Seasons Arena, Missoula, MT   From the Denny Jones archives              
April 2 Harry Adams Fieldhouse, University of Montana, Missoula, MT Marshall Tucker Band Only about 2,500 people attend. Poco dealt with a lousy sound system for its entire set. Sam Richards of the campus press complained that Poco concentrated on newer material with only Rose of Cimarron reaching back before LEGEND.          
April 4 The Euphoria Tavern, Portland, OR   Fan recollection. Poco plays two shows.      
April 5 Parker's, Seattle, WA   An audience tape exists of this show.

This was Kim Bullard's final show with Poco.

         
June 19 Oakdale Musical Theatre, Wallingford, CT Marshall Tucker Band Poco subsequently canceled this appearance.            

Total Shows played: 44