The Natural Acoustic Band was formed in 1969 in Milngavie, Glasgow by Tom Hoy, Krysia Kocjan and Robin Thyne although there were a number of personnel changes throughout the band's history.

 

The band released just two albums and one single, Making it to the No.1 slot in the Melody Maker Folk Charts.

 

Both albums are available through BGO Records

Check out the official music video for 'Is It True Blue'
directed by Rory Hoy

'Waiting For The Rain' video 

If you have any photographs, advertising, posters or any memorabilia relating to Natural Acoustic Band that you'd like to share, please e-mail it to tom.hoy@ntlworld.com - thank you!

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Krysia Kocjan 1953 - 2007

On Wednesday 21st February 2007, Krysia sadly passed away after a two year battle with lung cancer.

She is greatly missed by everyone who knew her.

Tom, Robbie and Neil send their love and best wishes to her husband Rob, their family and friends.

The trio was formed in 1969 in Milngavie, Glasgow, Scotland. There were a number of personnel changes but the classic line up was Tom Hoy, Robin Thyne and Krysia Kocjan.

The group played their first gig on 5th November 1969 at Alloa Working Mens Club. Eventually the press picked up on the bands talent and their popularity began to spread. On occasions, an Australian drummer (Graeme Morgan) and a Chinese bass player (Amin Mohamed from a Portuguese Colony in Hong Kong) augmented the group.

In June 1971 when the band came to London, the music papers said it was "impossible to overstate their case" and that they were "the kind of original phenomenon that the folk scene waits for with baited breath" We wont argue with that!

"We became accustomed to the immediate impact of Krysia's voice then we began to take more notice of the intrinsic music which was drawing attention to that voice"

- Jerry Gilbert

The group had a hard grounding in the folk clubs and colleges of Scotland and the North West England and then spent a year working the Southern folk circuit before being satisfied that their wide range of material was ready for transfer onto disc. To this end, they signed a worldwide contract with RCA records, going on to release their first album compiled entirely of original compositions in April 1972.

They went on to appear many times on BBC Radio 1 and 2 and on Scottish Television, BBC Scotland, Harlech TV, Granada TV and went on to appear on 'The Old Grey Whistle Test' alongside Alice Cooper.

They blew the 150,000 crowd away at the Weeley Festival sharing the bill with Rod Stewart, T-Rex, Status Quo, Rory Gallagher and Monty Python among others, played to ecstatic crowds at the Roundhouse and supported Billy Connolly, Country Joe McDonald and Don McLean at the Royal Albert Hall, also touring extensively with Ralph McTell.

They were picked out by 'Melody Maker' as one of the groups most likely to succeed in 1972.

"There are no reasons why their success shouldn't be assured. Their songs are melodically jolting and lyrically absorbing"

- Andrew Means

Krysia left in 1972 and the group expanded to a 5 piece line up featuring Joanna Carlin (AKA Melanie Harold) on vocals. The band also included Dougie Beveridge on drums and Amin Mohamed remained on bass. This was a 'heavier' version of the original group and was well received by audiences and press alike. Although they were offered a large sum of money to sign with a management promotions company, the band had run it's course and it was time for something new.

 

Tom and Robin continued as a duo until in 1975, Tom joined the group Magna Carta in 1975 and was fortunate enough to have a Top-10 hit and a Top-20 Hit album in the Netherlands both called 'Took A Long Time'with both album and single charting. Robbie followed, joining in 1977 and both enjoyed international success with the group.

Click here to see Tom and Robbie perform with Magna Carta

 

In 1979 both Tom and Robin left Magna Carta and formed a band originally to be named Dutch Courage, but on the insistence of the record label, became  Novakata (something that always annoyed Tom), recording a sole album, Roadworks for CBS in Holland. The group toured for just a year in Europe before disbanding.

 

Krysia released a solo album in 1974, before moving to USA doing session work for artists like The Kinks, Al Stewart, Mike Heron and joining a band called A Shot In The Dark.

Robin works as a solo artist, mainly in Scotland. He has released three private pressings for touring.

Tom and his wife Geraldine worked as a duo 'Tom and Gerry' worldwide until 1987. Tom still writes songs and does the occasional gig with Chris Simpson and Magna Carta.

Tom and Gerry's son, Rory Hoy, is a successful Music Producer/DJ with 6 albums to his credit and countless EPs, Singles and Remixes on various record labels. He also has a multi-award winning film 'Autism & Me' on DVD, and a successful book published called 'The Little Big Beat Book'. Tom and Gerry collaborate with Rory from time to time on Rory's releases, and Tom and Rory composed and recorded a track which was used by ITV for the 2014 Tour de France. 

 
TOM HOY
KRYSIA KOCJAN
ROBIN THYNE
 

Learning to Live

1. Learning To Live
2. Sometimes I Could Believe In You
3. Subway Cinderella
4. Free
5. Tom
6. February Feeling
7. Maybe It Was The Sunshine
8. Midnight Study
9. All I Want Is Your Love
10. Waiting For The Rain
11. Dying Bird
12. High In My Head

Produced by Milton Okun

Branching In

1. Running Into Changes 
2. Echoes
3. Money 
4. Follow Your Love 
5. Road to the Sun 
6. Is it True Blue ? (There's Nothing Unnatural About Electricity) 
7. First Boy 
8. I'll Carry You 
9. Little Leaf 
10.Moontime Writer 
11.Travellers on the Road 


Produced by Milton Okun

Krysia (Krysia Kocjan Solo Album)

1. Good Morning Holiday

2. A Leaf Must Fall

3. So Passes Life

4. La Belle Dame Sans Merci

5. Mr. Physician

6. The Lady Of The Mountains

7. Wet Tuesday

8. Another Song

9. Sweet William

10. You Should Have Been A Painter

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Tom Hoy, Robbie Thyne, Joanna Carlin (AKA Melanie Harold), Amin Mohamed and Dougie Beveridge

GIG LIST

1969

01 -10/11/69  Alloa Miners Welfare (FIRST GIG!)

 

02 -               Kessington Town Hall (Supported by Fate and Ferret, members included Andrew Greig, Author of over                                                         20 books of non-fiction and poetry, winner of Scottish book of The Year and                                                                 praised as one of Scotland's major writers. His latest book written with Mike                                                               Heron "You Know What You Could Be" heavily features Krysia and NAB. Link is                                                             (https://andrew-greig.weebly.com/))

 

03 -               Griffine Hotel, Alexandria

 

04 -               Canniesburn Hospital, Bearsden

 

05 -               Jordanhill College

 

06 -               Redhurst Hotel, Giffnock

 

07 -               Strathclyde University

 

08 -               Milngavie Town Hall

 

09 -               Strathclyde University

 

10 -               Electric Gardens, Glasgow

 

11 -               Glasgow University (Q.M.)        

 

12 -               McDonald Hotel, Glasgow

 

13 -               Glasgow University

 

14 -               Jordanhill College

 

15 -               Royal Hotel, Hamilton

 

16 -               Close Theatre, Glasgow

 

17 -               Bruce Hotel ,East Kilbride

 

18 -               Town Hall, Milngavie

 

19 -               Kilmardinny House, Bearsden

 

20 -               Kilmardinny House, Bearsden

 

21 -               Kilmardinny House, Bearsden

 

22 -               Kilmardinny House Bearsden

 

23 -               Cairns, Milngavie

 

24 -               Maclellan Galleries, Glasgow

 

25 -               Kylsyth Rangers FC

 

26 -               BBC Glasgow TV 

1970

 

27 - 02/05/70    Northcote Hall, Glasgow

 

28 - 03/05/70    Woodside Halls ,Glasgow

 

29 - 06/05/70    Jordanhill College, Glasgow

 

30 - 00/00/70    Kelvin Hall, Glagow

 

31 -                  Cross Keys Hotel, Dalkeith

 

32 -                  Kessington Hall, Bearsden

 

33 -                  Glasow University

 

34 -                  Henderson’s Underground, Glasgow

 

35 -                  Cairns, Milngavie

 

 36 -                 BBC Glasgow

 

37 -                  Gospel Radio, Glasgow

 

 38 -                 Caley Cinema, Edinburgh

 

39 -                  BBC Glasgow (Radio Workshop)

 

40 -                  Howwood Inn, Renfrewshire

 

41 -                  BBC London (Sounds of the Seventies)

 

42 -06/09/70      Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow

 

43 -                  Howwood Inn, Renfrewshire

 

44 -                  Edinburgh  University

 

45 -                  Glasgow University

 

46 -                  Town Hall, Hamilton

 

47 - 27/11/70     Fort Theatre, Bishopbriggs

 

48 - 28/11/70     Churchhill Theatre, Edinburgh

 

49 -04/1270       Gamma Club, Glasgow

 

50- 05/12/70      Arts Lab, Kirkintilloch

 

51 -14/12/70      Watermill Hotel, Paisley

1971

 

52 -06/01/71      BBC Glasgow (Pulse TV)

 

53 -13/01/71       BBC Edinburgh (Radio)

 

54 -21/01/71       RAF Club, Glasgow

 

55 -23/01/71       George Sq. Theatre, Glasgow

 

56 -28/01/71       Town Hall, Hamilton

 

 57 -07/02/71      Strathclyde University, Glasgow

 

58 -09/02/71       City Halls, Glasgow  (Supporting Fairport Convention)

 

59 -10/02/71       Jordanhill College

 

60 -24/02/71       BBC London  (Sounds of the Seventies)

 

61 -05/03/71       Milngavie Town Hall

 

62 -12/03/71       Technology College, Paisley

 

63 -13/03/71       Kilmardinny Stables, Bearsden

 

64 -24/03/71       Stirling University

 

65 -31/03/71       Burns Howff, Renfrew

 

66 -04/04/71        Sun Hotel Strathaven

 

67 -11/04/71        Picasso Club, Glasgow

 

68 -19/04/71        Nairn Inn, Bishopbriggs

 

69 -22/04/71        Aberdeen University

 

 70 -24/04/71       Graigburn Pavilion, Gourock

 

71 -24/04/71        Picasso Club, Glasgow

 

72 -27/0471         Glasgow University

 

 73 -07/05/71       City Halls, Glasgow (Supporting Billy Connolly, Steelers Wheel, and High Speed Grass)

 

74 -11/0571         Tax Centre, East Kilbride

 

75 -12/05/71        Gateway Studios, Edinburgh (TV appearance with Tam White)

 

76 -14/05/71       Watermill Hotel, Paisley

 

77 -17/07/71       Royal Hotel, Kikaldy

 

78 -21/05/71       Glasgow University (QM)

 

79 -22/05/71       Tudor Hotel, Airdrie

 

80 -25/05/71       Hansel Village, Kilmanolm

 

81 -6/05/71         Eglinton Arms, Irvine

 

82 -29/05/71       Triangle Club, Edinburgh

 

83 -04/06/71       Balgreen Hall, Strathaven

 

84-06/06/71        Roundhouse, London

 

85 -13/06/71       Nags Head, London

 

86 -13/06/71       Troubador, London

 

 87 -14/06/71       Half Moon, London

 

88 -17/06/71       Shakespeare’s Head, London

 

89 -17/06/71       Cousins, London

 

90 -20/06/71       The Crypt, London

 

91 -25/06/71       The Half Moon, London

 

92 -30/06/71       Royal Stewart Hotel, Crieff

 

93 -04/07/71       Caladonian Hotel, Ayr

 

94 -06/07/71       Rafters Club Manchester (Granada TV)

 

95 -07/07/71       Golden Lion Hotel, Manchester

 

96 -11/07/71       Normandy Hotel,  Renfrew

 

97 -14/07/71       Harlech Castle, Cardiff (TV)

 

98 -18/07/71       Town Hall Castle, Douglas

 

99 -21/07/71       Duke of Westmoland Hotel, Hull

 

100 -22/07/71     Prospect of Whitby

 

101 -24/07/71     Safari Village, Morocco

 

102 -25/07/71     Safari Village Morocco

 

103 -26/07/71     Safari Village, Morocco

 

104 - 27/07/71    Safari Village, Morocco

 

105 -28/07/71     Safari Village, Morocco

                         

106 -29/07/71     Safari Village, Morocco        

                      

107 -30/07/71     Safari Village, Morocco

 

108 -31/07/71     Cambridge Folk Festival       

 

109 -06/08/71     The Half Moon, London

 

110 -07/08/71     Harmony Farm, Turnbridge Wells

 

111 -08/08/71     Nags Head, London

 

112 - 11/08/71    Bumpers, London

 

113 -08/71         Irvine, Festival

 

114 -21/08/71     Bridport Festiva, Dorset

 

115 -23/0871      Half Moon, London

 

116 -24/08/71     Wegs in Codsall, Birmingham

 

117 -25/08/71     Bird Cage Aquarius Club, Harlow

 

118 -26/08/71     Shakespeare’s Head, London

 

119  -27/08/71     Cousins, London

 

120 -28/08/71      Weeley Festival, Clacton (with Rod Stewart, T-Rex, Status Quo, Rory Gallagher and Monty Python                                                                                       among others)

 

121 -03/09/71      Caley Cinema, Edinburgh

 

122 -07/09/71      Howards Arms, Chorley Lancs.

 

123 -08/09/71      Wellsprings Hotel, Cltheroe

 

124 -09/09/71      Gt. Harwood Sports Club  

 

125 -10/09/71      Accrington Stanley Sports Club

 

126 -11/09/71      Digbeth Civic Hall Birmingham

 

127 -12/09/71      Layfayette Club, Wolverhampton

 

128 -6/09/71        Old Crown Litchfield

 

129 -17/09/71       Royal Oak, Cannock

 

130 -18/09/71       Padham Folk, Festival

 

131 -19/09/71       Charlton Hotel Welligton, Birmingham

 

132 -24/09/71       Cecilsharp House, London

 

133 -25/09/71       Maryland Club, Glasgow

 

134 -26/09/71       Kinema Ballroom, Dunfermline

 

135 -28/09/71       STV, Glasgow (Bill Tennant)

 

136 -30/09/71       STV, Glasgow (Bill Tennant)

 

137 -01/10/71       College of Technology, Glasgow

 

138 -02/10/71       Olimpia Ballroom, East Kilbride

 

139 -02/10/71       Picasso Club, Glasgow

 

140 - 24/10/71      Cottage Theatre, Cumbernauld

 

141 -27/10/71        Moray House, Edinburgh

 

142 -29/10/71        Arts Theatre, Falkirk

 

143 -01/11/71        BBC London (Night Ride Radio)

 

144 -04/11/71        Alsager College

 

145 -05/11/71        Lampglass Cellar Club, Ashington

 

146 - 06/11/71       Bayhorse Hotel, Doncaster

 

147 -07/11/71        Crown Hotel Chislehurst, Kent

 

148 -08/11/71        Alley Folk Club, Walton on Thames

 

149 -11/11/71        Upstairs Coal Hole, Wimbledon

 

150 -12/11/71        New Inn, Walsall

 

151 -13/11/71         Strathclyde University

 

152 -16/11/71         Surrey University

 

153 -17/11/71         Marquee Club, London

 

154 -26/11/71         Gravesend Folk Club, Kent

 

155 -27/11/71         Troubador, London

 

156 -28/11/71         Shaw Theatre, London

 

157 -03/12/71         City of London Polytechnic

 

158 -06/12/71         Caledonian Arms, Ayr

 

159 -07/12/71         Strathclyde Univesity

 

160 -11/12/71         Picasso Club, Glasgow

 

161 -12/12/71         Woodlands Hotel, Broughty Ferry

 

162 -16/12/71         BBC (TV, Generation Gap)

 

163 -20/12/71         Half Moon London

1972

 

164 -06/01/72          Shakespeare’s Head, London

 

165 -07/01/72          Cherry Trees Hotel, Alcester

 

166 -09/01/72          Navigation Inn, Wooten Hawen

 

167 -13/01/72          Jacquard Club, Norwich

 

168 -15/01/72          Dancing Slipper, Nottingham

 

169 -20/01/72          Cardiff University

 

170 -23/01/72          Nags Head, London

 

171 -26/01/72          Holy Ground Royal Oak, London

 

172 -27/01/72          Kingston Polytechnic

 

173 -28/01/71          Reading University

 

174 -30/01/72         Crypt, London

 

xxxxxxx                  Recording Learning to Live (London)

 

175 -04/03/72          Albert Social Club, Middlesburgh

 

176 -05/03/72          Herriot Watts University, Edinburgh

 

177 -08/03/72          BBC TV (Scotland)

 

178 -09/03/71          BBC TV (Scotland)

 

179 - 11/03/72         Warwick Arts Festival

 

180 -19/03/72          Richmond Theatre, London

 

181 -02/04/72          Cherry Trees, Alcester

 

182 -05/04/72          Ship and Rainbow, Wolverhampton

 

183 -11/04/72          Rafters, Manchester

 

184 -12/04/72          Marquee, London

 

185 -18/04/72          Medway Folk Centre Ash Tree, Chatham

 

186 -22/04/72          White Hart Hotel, Gainsborough

 

187 -23/04/72          Dolphin Hotel, Cleethorpes

 

188 -25/04/72          Music Workshop, London

 

189 -27/04/72          Jacquard, Norwich

 

190 -28/04/72          Quarry Bank High School, Liverpool (Supported by Elvis Costello, The Beatles had left the                                         building!)

 

191 -03/05/72          Ronnie Scotts, London

 

192 -13/05/72          Gravesend Civic Centre

 

193 -16/05/72          Sounds of the Seventies (BBC Radio) London

 

194 -18/05/72          Speakeasy (BBC Radio

 

195 -20/05/72          Edinburgh University

 

196 -21/05/72          Glasgow University

 

197 -22/05/72          RAOB Club, Edinburgh

 

198 -25/05/72          Canford School

 

199 -27/05/72          Albert Social Club, Middlesburgh

 

200 -28/05/72          Lincoln Festival

 

201 -01/06/72          Leicester Polytechnic Folk Club

 

202 -2/06/72           Canley College Folk Club

 

203 -03/06/72         Reading University (Supporting Roger McGough)

 

204 -04/06/72         Bremen, Germany

 

205 -08/06/72         Grays Essex Thameside Theatre

 

206 -10/06/72          Free Trade Hall, Manchester   (Supporting Don Maclean)

 

207 -12/06/72          Royal Albert Hall                   (Supporting Don Maclean)

 

208 -14/06/72          Olympia East, Kilbride

 

209 -15/06/72          Clyde Fair  (Supporting Acker Bilk)

 

210 -19/06/72          Kessington Hall, Bearsden

 

211 -22/06/72          Shakespeare’s Head, London

 

212 -23/06/72          Stafford College (Supporting Ralph McTell)

 

213 -27/06/72          BBC (TV appearance on Old Grey Whistle Test with Alice Cooper and J.Giles Band)                       

214 -29/06/72          Wolsey Hall, Cheshunt

 

215 -01/07/72          Iselworth Poly

 

216 -06/07/72          Canterbury Art College

 

217 -09/07/72          Skipton Castle (With Julie Feix and Sutherland Bros.)

 

218 -17/07/72          Guilford Memorial Hall       (Supporting Gladestone)

 

219 -18/07/72          Memorial Hall Barry, Wales (Supporting Gladestone)

 

220 -19/07/72          Oxford Town Hall               (Supporting Gladestone)

 

221 -21/07/72          Cambridge Town Hall         (Supporting Gladestone)

 

222-22/07/72           Open Theatre, Greenwich    (Supporting Ralph McTell)

 

223 -23/07/72          Happy Valley Festival, Croyden 

 

224 -26/07/72          De Valance Ballroom, Tenby Wales

 

225 -27/07/72          German Services (BBC Radio

 

226 -28/07/72          Kingscross Theatre, London

 

227 -29/07/72          Open Air Festival Egham, Surrey (Supporting Mick Abrahams Band)

 

228 -30/07/72          University of East Angia, Norwich  (Jonathan Kelly)

 

229 -01/08/72          Kew  Boathouse, London

 

230 -06/08/72          Friars FC Continnental Hotel, Plymouth

 

231 -12/08/72          Queens Hall Narbeth, S.Wales

 

232 -14/08/72          Recording (Branching in)

 

233 -03/09/72          Holiday

 

234 -06/09/72          Growling Budgie, Ilford

 

234 -08/09/72          Olympic Games Munich (Cancelled)

 

235 -14/09/72          Poly

 

236 -22/09/72          Kirklevington Country Club (Amin Joined & Pete Judd)

 

237 -26/09/72          Middlesborough

 

238 -01/11/72          City Hall, Glasgow          (Supporting Ralph McTell)

 

239 -02/11/72          Usher Hall, Edinburgh

 

240 -03/11/72          York University

 

241 -04/11/72          Hull University

 

242 -06/11/72          Bradford University

 

243 -06/11/72          Leeds Town Hall

 

244 -08/11/72          Keels University

 

245 -07/11/72          Leas Cliff Hall, Folkstone

 

246 -11/11/72          Civic Hall, Barnsley

 

247 -13/11/72          City Hall, Newcastle

 

248 -15/11/72          Sounds of the Seventies (BBC Radio)

 

249 -17/11/72          Memorial Hall, Barry, Wales  (Swedish TV Documentary)  (With The Who)

 

250 -18/11/72          Hermitage Ballroom, Hitchin

 

251 -20/11/72          Town Hall, Birmingham

 

252 -21/11/72          Colston Hall, Bristol

 

253 -22/11/72          Marquee, London  (RCA)

 

254 -23/11/72          Guiildhall Portsmouth  (Supporting Ralph McTell)

 

255 -24/11/72          Fairfield Hall, Croyden

 

256 -26/11/72          Empire, Liverpool

 

257 -28/11/72          Town Hall, Oxford

 

258 -9/11/72           Civic Hall, Guidford

 

259 -30/11/72          Lancastrian Hall, Swinton

 

260 -02/12/72          Civic Hall, Barrow

 

261 -03/12/72          Civic Theatre, Darlington

 

262 -09/12/72          Royal Spa Centre, Leamington Spa

 

263 -10/12/72          Winter Gardens, Weston-Super-Mare

 

264 -12/12/72          Cliffs Pavilion, Southend

 

265 -15/12/72          Speakeasy, London

 

266 -16/12/72          Clarences Club, Halifax

 

267 -17/12/72          Civic Hall, Whitworth   (final gig with Krysia)

1973

 

268 -09/01/73         Howard Arms Hotel, Chorley (first gig with Five Piece)

 

269 -11/01/73          Red Dragon Club, Greenock

 

270 -12/01/73          QM Union, Glasgow

 

271 -16/01/73          Southbank Poly, London

 

272 -18/01/73          Glamorgan Poly, Wales

 

273 -20/01/73          Southend Tech

 

274 -21/01/73          Friars FC Continental Hotel, Plymouth 

 

275 -27/01/73          Bradford University

 

276 -02/02/73          BBC (Radio) Edinburgh

 

277 -02/02/73          Arts Guild, Greenock

 

278 -03/02/73          Aberdeen University

 

279 -12/02/73          Ealing Tec.College

 

280 -16/02/73          Half Moon Putney, London

 

281 -17/02/73          Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff, Wales

 

282 -19/02/73          Reading University

 

283 -22/02/73          Queen Mary Colllege London  (Supporting Albion Band)

 

284 -24/02/73          Bolton Tec. College  (Supporting Suzi Quatro)

 

285 -26/02/73          Greyhound Fulham, London

 

286 -28/02/73          Maria Grey College Twickenham, London

 

287 -08/03/73          KensingtonTown Hall, London (Supporting JSD Band)

 

288 -09/03/73          College of Technology, Hull

 

289 -28/03/73          Avery College

 

230 -08/04/73          Arts Centre Hull (last gig as 5 Piece)

 

231 -18/04/73          Southend Cliffs Pavillion (first gig as Tom & Robin duo)

 

232 -21/04/73          Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

 

233 -24/04/73          Calder Valley Festival , Near Halifax

 

243 -27/04/73          General Havelock, Ilford

 

244 -29/04/73          Round House, Implosion  (Supporting Zager and Evans)

 

245 -04/05/73          Civic Hall, Woodville, Hull

 

246 -18/05/73          College of Education, Henwick Gr Worcs

 

247 -20/05/73          Nose Wine Bar Kings Rd, London

 

248 -27/05/73          Two Brewers Hotel, Salford

 

259 -28/05/73          Wigan Rugby Club

 

260 -03/06/73          Nose Wine Bar, Kings Road, London

 

261 -10/06/73          Cabbage Patch, Twickenham, London

 

262 -15/06/73          Reading University

 

263 -22/06/73          St. Johns College, Durham

 

264 - 26/06/73         Three Horse Shoes, Hampsed

 

265 -29/06/73          General Havelock, Ilford

 

266 -02/07/73          Tunisia

 

267 -15/07/73          Tunisia

 

268 -16/07/73          Dingwalls, London

 

269 -19/07/73          Shakespeare’s Head

 

270 -21/07/73          Well Hall Open Theatre, Greenwich

 

271 -23/07/73          Dingwalls, London

 

272 -26/07/73          Midhurst, Sussex

 

273 -10/08/73          Sheperton Village Hal, Sheperton

 

274 -19/09/73          Staines

 

275 -20/09/73         White Bear, Hounslow

 

276 -21/09/73         Dingwalls, London

 

277 -30/09/73         Maria Grey College, Twickenham, London

 

278 -03/10/73         Hampsted, London

 

279 -05/10/73         Harrow College

 

280 -07/10/73         Cabage Patch, Twickenham, London

 

281 -08/10/73         Thurrock Tech, Essex

 

282 -11/10/73         Gypsy Hall, Kingston

 

283 -14/10/73         Brunel University

 

284 -19/10/73         Dingwalls, London

 

285 -22/10/73        Village Pump Folk Club, Throwbridge

 

286 -25/10/73         Red Lion Music Club

 

287 -26/10/73          National College Food & Tech, Weybridge

 

288 -27/10/73         Wigmore Hall, London

 

289 -28/10/73         Camden

 

290 -29/10/73         Stonehouse, Bristol

 

291 -31/10/73          Swansea, University

 

292 -02/11/73          Wolfson Hall, Glasgow

 

293 -06/11/73          Edinburgh Universty

 

294 -07/11/73          Aberdeen College of Commerce

 

295 -11/11/73          Hillel House, London

 

296 -13/11/73          College of Education, Southampton

 

297 -19/11/73          Dingwalls, London

 

298 -20/11/73          North London Poly

 

299 -23/11/73          Cardiff University

 

300 -24/11/73          College of Tech, Luton

 

301 -05/12/73          St Marys College Twickenham, London

 

302 -06/12/73          Brighton Poly, Brighton

 

303 -11/12/73          City Poly, London

 

304 -16/12/73          Black Bull, Milngavie

1974

 

305 -12/01/74          Institute of Technology, Bolton

 

306 -16/01/74          Bristol Poly

 

307 -18/01/74          The Half Moon, Putney

 

308 -24/01/74          Middlesex Poly, London

 

309 -27/01/74          Chipping, Campden

 

310 -04/02/74          Arts Festival, Coventry

 

311 -07/02/74          South Bank Poly, London

 

312 -2/02/74           College of Education, Southhampton

 

333 -21/02/74          Glasgow School of Art (Supporting Bert Jansch)

 

334 -22/02/74          St. Andrews, University

 

335 -25/02/74          Nottingham, University

 

336 -09/03/74          Northstaffs, Poly

 

337 -12/03/74          Taunton, Somerset

 

338 -13/03/74           Poly of Central, London

 

339 -24/03/74           Cabbage Patch, Twickenham (Supported by Al Stewart)

 

340 -24/04/74           Haverstock Arms, London

 

341 -04/05/74           Brandy Wine Folk Club, Braintree

 

342 -10/05/74           The Half Moon, Putney 

 

343 -17/05/74           Brighton, Poly

 

344 -25/05/74           Bolton Institue of Tech

 

345 -26/05/74           Roundhouse, London

 

346 -08/06/74           Epping

 

347 -10/06/74           Christ College, Cambridge

 

348 -15/06/74           Priory Hotel, Scunthorpe

 

349 -16/06/74           Humberside Theatre, Hull

 

350 -22/06/74           La Sainte College, Southhampton

 

351 -23/06/74           The Crypt, London (Joined by Graham Smith, ex-Magna Carta)

 

352 -25/06/74           100 Club, London (supporting Kevin Coyne)

 

353 -28/06/74           The Half Moon, Putney

 

354 -01/07/74           100 Club, London (supporting Kevin Coyne)

 

356 -03?07/74           100 Club, London (supporting Kevin Coyne)

 

357 -04/07/74            100 Club, London (supporting Kevin Coyne)

 

358 -25/07/74            Anchor Inn, Shepperton

 

359 -14/08/74            Haverstock Arms

 

360 -16/08/74           The Half Moon, Putney

 

361 -22/08/74            Priory Hotel, Scunthorpe

362 -31/08/74            Almost Free Theatre (FINAL GIG!)

 
 

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