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I am absolutely positive they didn't tour in 1976; however they did tour the US extensively with bands like REO and Rush during mid to late 19...

Check out my Babys sites: I just checked with a friend of mine, he said it was Thin Lizzy, and that they were very "green".

Although roadie Rick Reyer had this cancelled gig down for 1st Jan, I think Ken's ticket evidence seems pretty clear. I've been telling friends about this concert for years.

His Ticketron stub clearly shows a date code of "102" as he says, plus there's also a "12/30" on there which I believe to be the purchase date. The fella I went to the concert with moved to Texas after college and I haven't spoken to him in years but I may try to get in touch with him and see if he remembers more about the show.

Wow, to think I heard Thin Lizzy in the early days without even realizing it. Thanks to the advert above sent to me by Eric Hansen from power Windows, I now know that it was in fact Steve Marriott and his Allstars who were the other act on this bill. They didn't even turn down the house lights while they played and they were booed off stage. It was the Boys as the first warm up band and the lights were on as Douglas said.

This, in fact, chimes in nicely with Dan Helmbrecht's account above, and the advert also confirms that BOC definitely headlined... Rush was supporting 2112 and the Cult played the "On your feet or on your knees" set. The lead was wearing a leather jock (over his jeans) and they were BOOED off the stage. It was the era of General Admission tickets and I was in about the 5th row. I remember one of the guys I partied with was really bummed about this cause that's who he wanted to see. I'm sure I have a ticket stub somewhere for this show.

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Although your site lists a Chicago Aragon date of as the original date for this show, I have a stub that seems to indicate it was actually scheduled for . The stub shows a date code of "102" and a partial date of "02 1976", so I believe that may be the actual originally scheduled date.It includes ballads, mainstream rockers and a couple metallic songs.The Byrds-inspired single, "(Don't Fear) The Reaper," is the kind of song that could be a breakthrough for Blue Oyster Cult, a popular concert band that has never had more than a cult following.I was at a keggar party up in woods above Coeur d alene, and my friend with the car (an awesome 66 GTO) left me there despite me reminding him over and over to get me before they headed out to the speedway.They got in for free BTW, said the people at the gate let em in without a ticket!