David Bowie and the Buzz performed at Club One-O-One in Brighton, England, on Saturday 12 March 1966.
The venue was situated at 75a West Street. Previously known as the New Barn Club, Bowie had performed there with the Lower Third on 13 November 1965.
For this show, for which they were paid £30, the musicians were erroneously promoted as Bowie’s former act, Davie Jones and the Lower Third.
Other major acts to have performed at the club included the Who, Small Faces, and John Mayall’s the Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton.
Also on this day...
- 1990: Live: Northlands Coliseum, Edmonton
- 1976: Live: Scope Arena, Norfolk, Virginia
- 1973: Live: Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles
- 1970: Live: Royal Albert Hall, London
- 1968: Stage: Pierrot In Turquoise, Mercury Theatre, London
- 1968: Recording: In The Heat Of The Morning, London Bye Ta-Ta
- 1966: Live: David Bowie and the Buzz, Victoria Drill Hall, Newmarket
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