1979-04-14 – Max Webster


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Sphinx Setlist Iroquois Park, Whitby, ON, Canada 1979

Band: Sphinx
Venue: Iroquois Park, Whitby ON
Date: April 13, 1979
Tour: Opening for Max Webster

Members Of The Band:
Darrell Millar (Drums and Vocals)
Bryce Trewin (Guitar and Vocals)
Delroy Williams (Bass)

Comments: Set List not known

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Ian Thomas Setlist Iroquois Park, Whitby, ON, Canada 1979

Band: The Ian Thomas Band
Venue: Iroquois Park, Whitby ON
Date: April 13, 1979
Tour: Opening for Max Webster

Members Of The Band:
Ian Thomas (Guitar and Vocals)

Comments: Set List not known

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Max Webster Setlist Iroquois Park, Whitby, ON, Canada 19791979-04-14 - Kim is proud of himself_resizedBand: Max Webster
Venue: Iroquois Park, Whitby ON
Date: April 13, 1979
Tour: A Million Vacations

Members Of The Band:
Kim Mitchell (Vocals and Guitar)
Terry Watkinson (Keyboards and Vocals)
Gary McCraken (Drums and Vocals)
Dave Miles (Bass)

1979-04-14 - Coming off the moon_resizedComments: Exact set list unknown. The only concert that Sharon and I ever attended together (aside from Black Stalk gigs). A friend of mine from the radio station at Durham College was working security so we were afforded front row seats. Pity it had to be wasted on someone who didn’t know any better. 1979-04-14 - Kim and Dave make a connection_resizedThat would be Sharon for those of you not to sure… She really wasn’t that into music, which probably begs the question how the heck it is that I ever hooked up with her in the first place. Well, this was still just 1979 so I was just entering into the next phase of my musical education myself. It was only years later that I came to realize I could never, truly love a woman that disliked the song Jumpin’ Jack Flash just because they said the word “gas” to frequently.

1979-04-14 - Kim at his craft_resizedI mean, damn woman.

This also proved to be the last headlining show that keyboardist Dave Stone played with Max Webster before his departure.

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