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Body And Soul Tour

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Line-up:
Joe Jackson (vocals, alto sax, piano)
Graham Maby (bass, vocals, tambourine)
Ed Roynesdal (keyboards, violin)
Vinnie Zummo (guitar, accordion, synth, organ)
Tony Aiello (sax, piccolo, vocals)
Michael Morreale (trumpet, synth)
Gary Burke (drums)
on European leg of the tour:
Elaine Caswell (vocals)

Click on a date to see a set list for that concert.
Opening acts are given in square brackets (for abbreviations see bottom of page).

Warm-up concerts prior to recording

The band listed above played "about three dates on the East Coast, mostly in small clubs with little notice beforehand ... before they went into the studio to record". (David Kershenbaum quoted in "Musician" magazine, June 1984)

   Fri, 16 Dec 1983   US New Haven, CT, Toad's Place
       Dec 1983 US Oyster Bay, Long Island, NY, The Heartbreak
       Dec 1983 US Wilkes-Barre, PA

Body And Soul Tour proper

Mon,   2 April 1984 IE Galway, Leisureland
Tue,   3 April 1984 IE Dublin, RDS Simmonscourt
Sat,   7 April 1984 UK Manchester, Apollo Theatre
Sun,   8 April 1984 UK Birmingham, Odeon
Mon,   9 April 1984 UK Bristol, Colston Hall
Wed, 11 April 1984 UK London, Hammersmith Odeon
Thu, 12 April 1984 UK London, Hammersmith Odeon
Sat, 14 April 1984 NL Rotterdam, Ahoy'
Sun, 15 April 1984 NL Rotterdam, Ahoy'
Thu, 19 April 1984 CH Zurich, Kongresshaus
       April 1984 FR Lyon (April?)
Tue, 24 April 1984 DE Munich, Circus Krone
Wed, 25 April 1984 DE Stuttgart, Liederhalle
Thu, 26 April 1984 DE Offenbach, Stadthalle
Sun, 29 April 1984 DE Ludwigshafen, Friedrich-Ebert-Halle
Mon, 30 April 1984 DE Düsseldorf, Philipshalle
Wed,   2 May 1984 DE Berlin, ICC, Saal 2
Thu,   3 May 1984 DE Hamburg
Mon,   7 May 1984 FR Paris, Le Zénith [NI]
Mon, 14 May 1984 CA Vancouver, Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Tue, 15 May 1984 US Seattle, WA, Paramount Theatre
Fri, 18 May 1984 US San Francisco, CA, Civic Auditorium [HJ]
Sat, 19 May 1984 US San Francisco, CA, Civic Auditorium [HJ]
Mon, 21 May 1984 US Santa Cruz, CA, Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium
Tue, 22 May 1984 US Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theatre (open air) [HJ]
Wed, 23 May 1984 US Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theatre (open air) [HJ]
Fri, 25 May 1984 US Santa Barbara, CA
Sat, 26 May 1984 US Irvine, CA, Meadows Amphitheatre (open air) [HJ]
Sun, 27 May 1984 US San Diego, CA, State University (open air)
Thu, 31 May 1984 US Morrison, CO, Red Rocks Amphitheatre (open air)
Sat,   2 June 1984 US Dallas, TX, Fair Park Bandshell (open air)
Mon,   4 June 1984 US Houston, TX, Music Hall
       June 1984 US Austin, TX, City Coliseum [PY]
Fri,   8 June 1984 US Kansas City, MO, Starlight Theatre (open air)
                1984 US Cuyahoga Falls, OH, Blossom Music Center (open air)
Fri, 15 June 1984 US Poplar Creek, IL, Poplar Creek Music Theater (open air) [DE]
Sat, 16 June 1984 US Clarkston, MI, Pine Knob Music Theatre (open air)
Mon, 18 June 1984 CA Toronto, CNE Bandshell (open air) [SI]
Tue, 19 June 1984 CA Montreal, Place des Arts
Thu, 21 June 1984 US New York, NY, Madison Square Garden [RB]
Sat, 23 June 1984 US Columbia, MD, Merriweather Post Pavilion (open air) [RB]
Sun, 24 June 1984 US Philadelphia, PA, Mann Music Center (open air) [RB]
Tue, 26 June 1984 US Boston, MA, Boston Common (open air) [SF] Originally scheduled for Monday, 25 June, moved to rain date 26 June due to bad weather
Sat,   7 July 1984 BE Torhout, Humo Festival (open air)
Sun,   8 July 1984 BE Werchter, Humo Festival (open air) (?)
Tue, 10 July 1984 IT Milan, Palazzo dello Sport
Thu, 12 July 1984 IT Rome, Ex Mattatoio
Fri, 20 July 1984 AU Sydney, Entertainment Centre Look up in Google Earth Look up in Google Maps official release
Sat, 21 July 1984 AU Sydney, Entertainment Centre
        July 1984 AU Adelaide, Thebarton Theatre Look up in Google Earth Look up in Google Maps
Tue, 24 July 1984 AU Melbourne, Entertainment Centre Look up in Google Earth Look up in Google Maps official release
Wed,   8 Aug 1984 JP Tokyo, Nihon Seinenkan
Fri, 10 Aug 1984 JP Tokyo, Yubin Chokin Hall

Footnotes:
Originally scheduled for Monday, 25 June, moved to rain date 26 June due to bad weather

Opening acts:
    [DE] = Deluxury
    [HJ] = Howard Jones
    [NI] = The Nits
    [PY] = Paul Young and the Royal Family
    [RB] = Rubén Blades
    [SF] = Steve Forbert
    [SI] = Jane Siberry


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