David Bowie performed at Boston’s Music Hall on 16 July 1974.
The musical director was Michael Kamen, who also played electric piano, Moog synthesizer, and oboe. Earl Slick played guitar, and Mike Garson was on piano and Mellotron. The bass guitarist was Herbie Flowers, and the drummer was Tony Newman.
The backing singers were Geoff MacCormack (billed as Warren Peace) and Gui Andrisano. The line-up was completed by David Sanborn and Richard Grando on saxophone and flute, and percussionist Pablo Rosario.
Bowie had previously performed at the venue on 1 October 1972, during the Ziggy Stardust Tour.
Also on this day...
- 1973: Recording: The Man Who Sold The World by Lulu
- 1972: Press conference: Dorchester Hotel, London
- 1969: Recording: Janine, An Occasional Dream, Letter To Hermione
- 1968: Screen test: The Virgin Soldiers
- 1966: Live: David Bowie and the Buzz, Club One-O-One, Brighton
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