Iggy Pop performed at the Agora in Cleveland, Ohio, on 21 March 1977.
It was the 12th night of The Idiot Tour, for which David Bowie played keyboards. The other band members were Ricky Gardiner on guitar, Tony Sales on bass guitar, and Hunt Sales on drums.
The tour opened in Aylesbury on 1 March 1977. Blondie was the support act for the North American shows. This was the first of three consecutive nights at the Agora.
Bowie and the Sales brothers returned to the Agora on 6 December 1991 for Tin Machine’s It’s My Life Tour.
- ‘Raw Power’
- ‘TV Eye’
- ‘Turn Blue’
- ‘Gimme Danger’
- ‘No Fun’
- ‘Sister Midnight’
- ‘Search And Destroy’
- ‘I Wanna Be Your Dog’
- ‘Some Weird Sin’
- ‘China Girl’
Also on this day...
- 1987: Live: La Locomotive, Paris
- 1976: Live: Civic Center, Springfield
- 1976: David Bowie is arrested for marijuana possession
- 1973: Travel: San Francisco to Vancouver
- 1970: Recording: Memory Of A Free Festival
- 1969: Live: David Bowie and Hutch, Assembly Rooms, Lincoln
- 1966: Live: David Bowie and the Buzz, Galaxy Club, Basingstoke
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