daydreamer wrote:Looking in the Complete DS to see if it said who was with Dusty on this tour and it seems the gigs started a couple of days earlier at Nevada University and her tour buddy was King Curtis. Could it have been possible that he backed Dusty on stage? Now that would have been worth the price of a ticket!
Sweetbaby wrote:Somehow forgot to mention that I also Judy Collins at the Jubilee Auditorium in Calgary: also now remember seeing a pageant there in honor of the Canadian Centennial. One curio: on my first visit to the Jubilee as an adult while on a pre-concert pop into the washroom I couldn't help but notice - despite minding my own business as one does on washroom pops - that the person standing at the next urinal was a woman. Well - I guess when you go to a Juice Newton concert you've got to expect outrageous behavior!
Sweetbaby wrote:Well not to take the...focus out of this thread but I don't believe it was a case of the powder room being packed but rather someone mucking about: as I say I was minding my own business but it was evident the young lady was simply - ahem - posing.
Cas19 wrote:I saw Dusty at the Cavendish in Birmingham on the 1st March 1969.
I have searched and searched for some photos of the venue, all to no avail.
The only memories I have of that night are of Dusty signing the card. I had nothing else on me she could have signed, so I told her this and this is what she wrote!
Cas19 wrote:Nice finds for the thread Connie, well done. The link to the covers is great but it wouldn't let me open 1963 for whatever reason. Thank you.
pat.dunham wrote:The mind boggles as to what Clarence "The Frogman" Henry did.
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