Live: Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis

David Bowie performed at the Mid-South Coliseum in Memphis, Tennessee, on 28 November 1974.

It was the 69th date of the Diamond Dogs Tour, which had kicked off in Montreal on 14 June.

The tour had previously called at the Mid-South Coliseum on 30 June 1974. Bowie performed there again during the Isolar Tour on 6 March 1976, and for the Isolar II Tour on 14 April 1978.

The musical director was Mike Garson, who also played piano and Mellotron. Earl Slick and Carlos Alomar played guitar, the bass guitarist was Emir Ksasan, and the drummer was Dennis Davis.

The backing singers were Ava Cherry, Robin Clark, Geoff MacCormack (billed as Warren Peace), Luther Vandross, Diane Sumler, and Anthony Hinton. The line-up was completed by David Sanborn on saxophone and flute, and percussionist Pablo Rosario.

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