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List of bands that played at Dagenham Roundhouse

Between the years 1969 and 1975, many acts performed at the Dagenham Roundhouse venue, which was also known as the Village Blues Club.

Act Date Support band(s) and notes
Blodwyn Pig 29 Mar 1969 Killing Floor & Yellow Dog. Opening Night - membership 1s (5p) and entry 7s6d (37.5p)
Led Zeppelin 5 Apr 1969 Reflection & The Further
Terry Reid 12 Apr 1969 Sam Apple Pie
Taste (with Rory Gallagher) 19 Apr 1969[1] Steamhammer
Spooky Tooth 26 Apr 1969
Savoy Brown 3 May 1969
Chicken Shack 10 May 1969
Fairport Convention 17 May 1969 Cancelled Due To Accident
Eclection 24 May 1969
The Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation 31 May 1969
Jethro Tull 7 Jun 1969 The Further
Spooky Tooth 14 Jun 1969 The Groundhogs
Caravan 21 Jun 1969
Brian Auger and the Trinity 28 Jun 1969
Family 5 Jul 1969[2] Some sources incorrectly suggest Friday 4 July[3]
Sam Apple Pie 12 Jul 1969
Reflection 19 Jul 1969
Edgar Broughton Band 26 Jul 1969
Blossom Toes 2 Aug 1969
Imagination 9 Aug 1969
Bakerloo 16 Aug 1969
Liverpool Scene 23 Aug 1969
Closed for the Isle of Wight Festival 30 Aug 1969
Sam Apple Pie 6 Sep 1969
Edgar Broughton Band 13 Sep 1969
Clouds 20 Sep 1969 King Crimson originally billed?[4]
Renaissance 27 Sep 1969 Key
Savoy Brown 4 Oct 1969
Circus 11 Oct 1969
King Crimson[4][5] 18 Oct 1969
Howlin' Wolf 25 Oct 1969 Bent Cement
1 Nov 1969 Family were scheduled, but it is believed that this gig was cancelled as Family played again on Tuesday 18 November
Graham Bond 8 Nov 1969
Soft Machine 15 Nov 1969 Keith Tippett Group
Family 18 Nov 1969[2]
Taste 22 Nov 1969
Edgar Broughton Band 29 Nov 1969
Principal Edwards Magic Theatre 6 Dec 1969
Liverpool Scene 13 Dec 1969
Deep Purple 20 Dec 1969
Closed for Christmas 27 Dec 1969
Stone the Crows 3 Jan 1970
Tyrannosaurus Rex 10 Jan 1970
Hard Meat 17 Jan 1970 Imagination. (Some sources suggest this was headlined by Colosseum)
Steamhammer 24 Jan 1970 Wildmouth
Pentangle 31 Jan 1970
Edgar Broughton Band 7 Feb 1970 Morning
Heavy Jelly 14 Feb 1970 Key
Gracious! 21 Feb 1970 Morning
Family 28 Feb 1970[2] Stackridge
Sam Apple Pie 7 Mar 1970 Mr. Charlie
Fairport Convention 14 Mar 1970[6] Surly Bird
Blodwyn Pig 21 Mar 1970 Valhalla
Deep Purple 28 Mar 1970 Rat
Taste (with Rory Gallagher) 4 Apr 1970[1] Sour Milk Sea
Tyrannosaurus Rex 11 Apr 1970 Mandragon
Procol Harum 18 Apr 1970 Rat[7]
Black Widow 25 Apr 1970 Judy Blue Eyes
Humble Pie 2 May 1970 My Cake
Deep Purple 9 May 1970 Ipsissimus
Mott the Hoople 16 May 1970 Killing Floor
Savoy Brown[7] 23 May 1970 Turn Circle
High Tide 30 May 1970 Tupelo
Free 6 Jun 1970 Wet Paint
Taste (with Rory Gallagher) 13 Jun 1970[1] Gnidrolog
If 20 Jun 1970 Growth
Edgar Broughton Band 27 Jun 1970 Ben
Fairport Convention 4 Jul 1970 Uncle John's Gut
Stone the Crows 11 Jul 1970 Sweet Blindness
Writing On the Wall 18 Jul 1970 Grizelda
Sam Apple Pie 25 Jul 1970 Custers Track
Derek and the Dominos 1 Aug 1970 Supertramp
Quintessence 8 Aug 1970 National Head Band
Black Widow 15 Aug 1970 Principal Edwards
Yes 22 Aug 1970 Nosher Brown
Closed for the Isle of Wight Festival 29 Aug 1970
Free 5 Sep 1970 Storm
Tyrannosaurus Rex 12 Sep 1970 Bram Stoker
Blodwyn Pig 19 Sep 1970 Howl
Family 26 Sep 1970[8] Mythica
The Tony Williams Lifetime (Jack Bruce) 3 Oct 1970 Aardvark
Savoy Brown 10 Oct 1970 Tear Gas
Mott The Hoople 17 Oct 1970 Nosher Brown
Hardin & York 24 Oct 1970[8] Surly Bird. (Some sources suggest Taste headlined but this may be based solely on a poster)
Bram Stoker 31 Oct 1970[8] Nick Pickett. The Edgar Broughton Band were due to headline but were stuck in Germany due to "passport hassles".
Quintessence 7 Nov 1970 Howl
Fleetwood Mac 14 Nov 1970[9] Mandrake
Fairport Convention 21 Nov 1970 Old Mick
Tyrannosaurus Rex 28 Nov 1970 Nick Pickett
Stone the Crows 5 Dec 1970 Rocking Chair
Pink Floyd 12 Dec 1970
Quintessence 19 Dec 1970 Zoe
Family 2 Jan 1971[2]
Elton John 9 Jan 1971 Siege
Stud 16 Jan 1971 Brewer's Droop
Colosseum[7] 23 Jan 1971 Karakorum
Skid Row 30 Jan 1971 Evolution
The Groundhogs 6 Feb 1971 Agapus (Replaced Camelot)
Gary Wright 13 Feb 1971 Premonition
Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band 20 Feb 1971
Yes 27 Feb 1971 Kripple Vision
Curved Air 6 Mar 1971 Sweet Thunder
Skid Row 13 Mar 1971 Renia
Terry Reid 20 Mar 1971 Black Widow
Quintessence 27 Mar 1971 Elton John was billed, but this was cancelled on medical advice "due to the pressure of sustained work"[10]
Family 3 Apr 1971[2] Nick Pickett
Mott the Hoople 10 Apr 1971 Collusion
Edgar Broughton Band 17 Apr 1971 Rocksana
Osibisa 24 Apr 1971 9:30 Fly
Fairport Convention 1 May 1971 Help Yourself
East of Eden 8 May 1971 Galloping Eyes
Atomic Rooster 15 May 1971 Zoo
Parliament-Funkadelic 22 May 1971 National Head Band
Argent 29 May 1971 Patto (Originally Smooth Bitch but they cancelled)
Skid Row 5 Jun 1971 Gypsy and Sweet Thunder (Billed as 'Whitsun Festival')
Climax Chicago Blues Band 12 Jun 1971 Daddy Longlegs
Uriah Heep 19 Jun 1971 UK Tour. Supported by Hot Cottage[11]
Stray 26 Jun 1971 Gnome Sweet Gnome
Wishbone Ash 3 Jul 1971 Razz
Medicine Head 10 Jul 1971 Audience
The Groundhogs 17 Jul 1971 Renia
Rory Gallagher 24 Jul 1971[1] Gollum
Sam Apple Pie 31 Jul 1971 Nimbo
Black Widow 7 Aug 1971 T2
Fairport Convention 14 Aug 1971 I.E.
The Grease Band 21 Aug 1971 Third World War
Fleetwood Mac 28 Aug 1971
Climax Chicago Blues Band 4 Sep 1971 Quiver
Uriah Heep 11 Sep 1971 Open Road
Curved Air 18 Sep 1971 Jerusalem
Mott the Hoople 25 Sep 1971 Titanic
Wishbone Ash 2 Oct 1971 Hot Cottage
T2 9 Oct 1971 Jackal. Originally scheduled to be Vinegar Joe
Quintessence 16 Oct 1971 Beggars Opera
The Velvet Underground 19 Oct 1971 Vinegar Joe
Black Widow 23 Oct 1971 Collusion
Audience 30 Oct 1971[12] Ferry
Nazareth 6 Nov 1971 Guff
Heads Hands & Feet (with Albert Lee) 13 Nov 1971[13][14] Morgan. (Slade's site claim they played here that night, but there are no other references to this.)
Patto 20 Nov 1971[15] Carol Grimes Uncle Dog
Redbone 27 Nov 1971 One Hand Clapping
Sam Apple Pie 4 Dec 1971
Osibisa 11 Dec 1971 Universe
Uriah Heep 18 Dec 1971[11] Bullet - The Xmas Party - rescheduled for 29 March 1972 due to power cut
The Groundhogs 1 Jan 1972 Grannie. The Genesis Archive suggests that Genesis played this night,[16] but all the evidence is to the contrary.
Rory Gallagher 8 Jan 1972[1] Gravy Train
Mott the Hoople 15 Jan 1972 25 Views Of Worthing
The Sutherland Brothers Band 22 Jan 1972 Hawkwind Cancelled[17]
UFO 29 Jan 1972 Byzantium
Stray 5 Feb 1972
Pink Fairies 12 Feb 1972 Tranquillity. Some sources suggest Slade headlined, possibly because it appears on Don Powell's site, but as Slade were in Scotland both the day before and the day after, it seems unlikely.
Deep Purple 19 Feb 1972 Spontaneous Combustion
Wishbone Ash 26 Feb 1972 Cat Iron
Hawkwind 4 Mar 1972[17] Ragidy Andy
Slade 11 Mar 1972 Jackal
Heads Hands & Feet 18 Mar 1972 Junkyard Angel
Edgar Broughton 25 Mar 1972 Hawkwind,[17][18] Steve Peregrin Took,[19] Swastika
Uriah Heep 29 Mar 1972[20] Rescheduled from 18 December 1971
Status Quo 1 Apr 1972 Cathedral
Quintessence 8 Apr 1972 John St Field
Fairport Convention 15 Apr 1972 Fruupp
Good Habit 22 Apr 1972 Capability Brown
Stray 29 Apr 1972 Jonesy
Barclay James Harvest 6 May 1972 Cancelled
Dr. John 13 May 1972 Holy Roller
Brinsley Schwarz 20 May 1972 Refugee
Argent 27 May 1972 Spreadeagle
Hawkwind 3 Jun 1972[17][21] Magic Muscle
Osibisa 10 Jun 1972 Trapeze. Trapeze played first on a stage at the back of the venue. Osibisa then used the main stage at the front of the venue
Climax Chicago Blues Band 17 Jun 1972 Malaka
Status Quo 24 Jun 1972 Malaka
Rory Gallagher[1] 1 Jul 1972 Byzantium
Sam Apple Pie 8 Jul 1972 Renia
Stackridge 15 Jul 1972 Incredible Hog
Atomic Rooster 22 Jul 1972[22] Slowhand
Vinegar Joe 29 Jul 1972[22] Biggles
Man 5 Aug 1972[23] String Driven Thing
Quintessence 12 Aug 1972 Coloured Coat
Uriah Heep 19 Aug 1972 Jake Holmes
Fruupp 26 Aug 1972 Shame. Skid Row had just split up, so their appearance was cancelled. However, Brush Shiels (from Skid Row) appeared as a guest with Fruupp.
Hawkwind 2 Sep 1972[17][21] Magic Muscle
Pink Fairies 9 Sep 1972 Jonesy
Electric Light Orchestra 16 Sep 1972 Rat
Roy Wood's Wizzard 23 Sep 1972 Shamelady
Status Quo 30 Sep 1972 Incredible Hog
Argent 7 Oct 1972 Kite
Arthur Browns Kingdom Come 14 Oct 1972 Biggles
East of Eden 21 Oct 1972 Refugee. There is some doubt over this gig.
Stray 28 Oct 1972 Succubus
Fusion Orchestra 4 Nov 1972[24] Alias
Budgie 11 Nov 1972 Zoe
Snake Eye 18 Nov 1972 Rat
Nazareth 25 Nov 1972 Necromandus
Pink Fairies 2 Dec 1972 Springhill
Osibisa 9 Dec 1972 Mike Maran
Budgie 16 Dec 1972 Shamelady
Stackridge 23 Dec 1972 Pigsty Hill Light Orchestra & Gordon Haskell
Stray 30 Dec 1972 Slowhand
Genesis 6 Jan 1973 Darien Spirit
Nazareth 13 Jan 1973 Fat Grapple
Status Quo 20 Jan 1973 Steel Peach
Focus 27 Jan 1973 Slowhand
Vinegar Joe 3 Feb 1973 Rusty Butler
Home 10 Feb 1973 Refugee
Silverhead 17 Feb 1973 Snow Leopard
Man 24 Feb 1973[23] Finbow
Fruupp 3 Mar 1973 Springhill
Pink Fairies 10 Mar 1973 Albert
Thin Lizzy 17 Mar 1973 Incredible Hog
Electric Light Orchestra 24 Mar 1973 Ro Ro
Stray 31 Mar 1973 Ro Ro
Stealers Wheel 7 Apr 1973 Innomina Pheris ?
JSD Band 14 Apr 1973
Ellis 21 Apr 1973 Pussy
Glencoe 28 Apr 1973 Slowhand
Nazareth 5 May 1973 Robin Trower
Silverhead 12 May 1973 Rainbow Railway
Arthur Brown 19 May 1973[25] Albert
Medicine Head 26 May 1973 Pussy
Pink Fairies 2 Jun 1973 Fang
Marsha Hunt's 22 9 Jun 1973 Rimmington
Stealers Wheel 16 Jun 1973 Regeneration
Greenslade 23 Jun 1973 Refugee ?
Thin Lizzy 30 Jun 1973 Argus
Man 7 Jul 1973[23] John St. Field
Stray 14 Jul 1973 Guff
Jack the Lad 21 Jul 1973 Springhill
Silverhead 28 Jul 1973 Shamelady
Darryl Ways Wolf 4 Aug 1973 Pussy
Sam Apple Pie 11 Aug 1973 Mantra
Average White Band 18 Aug 1973 James Hogg
Closed for Bank Holiday 25 Aug 1973
Pink Fairies 1 Sep 1973 All Things New (Was scheduled to be Nazareth)[26]
Chicken Shack 8 Sep 1973 Fusion
Medicine Head 15 Sep 1973 Steel Peach
Edgar Broughton Band 22 Sep 1973 Budlipp Springer
Faust[27] 29 Sep 1973 Henry Cow[26][27]
Greenslade 6 Oct 1973 Piggy
Man 13 Oct 1973 [23][28] Deke Leonard's Iceberg, Vyvyan Morris and John St Field.
Stray 20 Oct 1973 Contraband
Skin Alley 27 Oct 1973 Posters / Melody Maker ads are unclear on this night.
Nektar 3 Nov 1973
Manfred Mann's Earth Band 10 Nov 1973 Regeneration
Silverhead 17 Nov 1973 Vineyard
Glencoe 24 Nov 1973 Bitter Harvest
Geordie 1 Dec 1973
Sensational Alex Harvey Band 8 Dec 1973 Beckett
Golden Earring 11 Dec 1973 Moonstone
Greenslade 15 Dec 1973 Vineyard
Pink Fairies 22 Dec 1973 Piggy
Cockney Rebel 29 Dec 1973 Fancy
Gypsy 5 Jan 1974 Super Vole
Stray 12 Jan 1974 Vineyard
Fruupp 19 Jan 1974 Magill or Mcgill ??
Barclay James Harvest 26 Jan 1974[29] Support act: Regeneration. Set included: Summer Soldier; Medicine Man; She Said; One Hundred Thousand Smiles Out; Galadriel; After The Day; Crazy (Over You); Mocking Bird; Dark Now My Sky
Wild Turkey 2 Feb 1974 Mother Sun
Can 9 Feb 1974
Babe Ruth 12 Feb 1974
Nektar 16 Feb 1974
Sensational Alex Harvey Band. 23 Feb 1974 Wooden Lion. There is some doubt over this gig, as it does not appear on the official SAHB list, and SAHB were in Scotland both the day before and the day after.
Snafu 2 Mar 1974 Guff
Cockney Rebel 5 Mar 1974
Fusion Orchestra 9 Mar 1974[24] All Things New
Queen 12 Mar 1974 Nutz
Thin Lizzy 16 Mar 1974 Panache
Manfred Mann's Earth Band 23 Mar 1974 Janus
Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance 30 Mar 1974 Rab Noakes
Greenslade 6 Apr 1974 Gravy Train
Stray 13 Apr 1974 Pandemonium
Mantra 20 Apr 1974 Refugee Cancelled
Snafu 27 Apr 1974 Poser
Horslips 4 May 1974 Dizzy
Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM) 11 May 1974 Paisley
Blodwyn Pig 18 May 1974 Budlipp Springer
The Groundhogs 25 May 1974 Vineyard
Alquin 1 Jun 1974 Regeneration
Barclay James Harvest 8 Jun 1974[29] Rare Bird. Incorrectly recorded in the source as 6/8. Possibly a US source?
Silverhead 15 Jun 1974 Scum of the Earth
Magma 19 Jun 1974
Babe Ruth 22 Jun 1974 Mike Storey
Cockney Rebel 26 Jun 1974 Be Bop Deluxe
Nektar 29 Jun 1974 A Band Called O
Sutherland Brothers & Quiver 6 Jul 1974 Slowhand
Snafu 13 Jul 1974 Greep
Strider 20 Jul 1974 Percy
Budgie 27 Jul 1974 Regeneration
Edgar Broughton Band 3 Aug 1974 Cathedral
Stray 10 Aug 1974 Janus
Man 17 Aug 1974[23] Al Matthews
Sam Apple Pie 24 Aug 1974[23] National Flag
Greenslade 31 Aug 1974 Million Dollar Band
Heavy Metal Kids 7 Sep 1974
Nutz 14 Sep 1974 Yellow Bird
Gong 21 Sep 1974 Vandella
Can 28 Sep 1974[30] U.K. Tour; unissued recording; set list;Gomorrha
Budgie 5 Oct 1974 Earthrise
Osibisa 12 Oct 1974 Clemen Pull
Manfred Mann's Earth Band 19 Oct 1974 Jackie Lynton's Grande
Thin Lizzy 26 Oct 1974 Janus
Fruupp 2 Nov 1974 David McWilliams
JSD Band 9 Nov 1974 Million Dollar Band
Nektar 16 Nov 1974 John St. Field
Ace 23 Nov 1974 Asylum
Stray 30 Nov 1974 Janus
The Groundhogs 7 Dec 1974 Regeneration
Greenslade 14 Dec 1974 Sorrel
Heavy Metal Kids 21 Dec 1974 Asylum
Ace 28 Dec 1974 Earthrise
Nutz 4 Jan 1975 Gasworks
Lindisfarne 11 Jan 1975 Clemen Pull
Snafu 18 Jan 1975 Cruiser
Dog Soldier 25 Jan 1975 Cancelled
Edgar Broughton Band 25 Jan 1975 Still Life
A Band Called O 1 Feb 1975 All Things New
Budgie 8 Feb 1975 Lee Kosmin Band
Sutherland Brothers & Quiver 15 Feb 1975 Clemen Pull
Fruupp 22 Feb 1975 Double Sausage Band
Dr. Feelgood 1 Mar 1975 Slippery Sam.There is some doubt over this gig, as it does not appear on the official Dr Feelgood list, and the Naughty Rhythms Tour, with Chilli Willi & The Red Hot Peppers and Kokomo as support, finished the previous day.
Stray 8 Mar 1975 Regeneration
The Groundhogs 15 Mar 1975 Panache & Good Thinking
Alvin Lee & Company 22 Mar 1975 Janus
Osibisa 29 Mar 1975 Clemen Pull
Nutz 5 Apr 1975 Oasis
Jackie Lynton's Grande 12 Apr 1975 Krakatoa
Rory Gallagher 19 Apr 1975[31] Roland
Snafu 26 Apr 1975 Badge
Budgie 3 May 1975 Borzoi
Hatfield and the North 10 May 1975 Superchild
Kokomo 17 May 1975 Lee Kosmin Band
Heavy Metal Kids 24 May 1975 Sorrel
Sassafras 31 May 1975 Stonehenge
Barclay James Harvest 5 Jun 1975 Charity show - Barclay James Harvest was billed but did not appear
Thin Lizzy 7 Jun 1975[32] Good Thinking
Dr. Feelgood 14 Jun 1975 Grandma Moses
A Band Called O 21 Jun 1975 Necromancer
Closed 28 Jun 1975 Curved Air cancelled
Stray 5 Jul 1975 Oasis
Kursaal Flyers 12 Jul 1975 Juggler
Mama Bear 19 Jul 1975 Wally & Pardon Me Sir were originally scheduled
Nutz 26 Jul 1975 Krakatoa
Snafu 2 Aug 1975 Razorbacks
Judas Priest 9 Aug 1975 Benefit
Motörhead 16 Aug 1975 Cock Sparrow
Closed for Bank Holiday 23 Aug 1975
Chapman Whitney Streetwalkers 30 Aug 1975 Stirling
Gonzalez 6 Sep 1975 Dennis Connolly Band
UFO 13 Sep 1975 Clemen Pull
Babe Ruth 20 Sep 1975 Easy
Pink Fairies 27 Sep 1975 Pardon Me Sir
Be Bop Deluxe 4 Oct 1975 Necromancer
Zzebra 11 Oct 1975
A Band Called O 18 Oct 1975 Steve Walker Band
Sassafras 25 Oct 1975 Mean Streak
Thin Lizzy 1 Nov 1975[33] Handbag
Sailor 8 Nov 1975 Easy. The final night at the Village. The poster appeared with the following text on it: "We regret that due to objections from the G.L.C. the club will be closed after this Saturday because of complaints from local residents regarding the noise. We hope the club will be ready to re-open very shortly. Please watch MM for full details of re-opening. If you would like to help with a petition please write to the Roundhouse." Sadly, "very shortly" turned into nearly 37 years.
Stray 19 May 2012 Del Bromhams's Blues Devils / Steve Kelly (Reunion I).

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The Big Blues Jam (Jon Amor/Pete Gage/Mark Barrett/Dave Doherty & Friends) 11 May 2013 Jon Amor (Reunion II).[34]

[38]

The Pink Torpedoes (Pete Gage/Paul Hartshorn/Pete Lowrey/Dave Raeburn) 28 Sep 2013 Steve Kelly (Reunion III).[34][39]
Stray 31 May 2014 Blues Devils / Del Bromham (Reunion IV)[34][40]
Son of Man & the All Stars Band 13 Sep 2014 The band featured George Jones (Son of Micky Jones) along with Bob Richards on drums who were both with MAN and they were joined by several members of SASSAFRAS (Reunion V)[34][41]
Martin Turner plays the music of Wishbone Ash 30 May 2015 Steve Kelly (Reunion VI)[34][42]
Son of Man with Deke Leonard 12 Sep 2015 Steve Kelly (Reunion VII)[34][43] Due to the temporary closure of the Roundhouse,[44] this was held at Dagenham Trades Hall
John Coghlan's Quo 28 May 2016 Jon Amor & Joel Fisk. (Reunion VIII)[34][45] Due to the temporary closure of the Roundhouse, this was held at Dagenham Trades Hall
Son of Man with Deke Leonard 10 Sep 2016 The Green Ray. (Reunion IX)[34][46] Due to the temporary closure of the Roundhouse, this was held at Dagenham Trades Hall.
Dr. Feelgood 27 May 2017 Del Bromham. (Reunion X)[34][47] This marks the return of the Village Blues Club to its original home.
Stray 2 Sep 2017 Ken Pustelnik's Groundhogs. (Reunion XI)[34][48]
Son of Man with special guests Alan “Tweke” Lewis and John McKenzie 22 Sep 2018 The Green Ray and Rostock. (Reunion XII)[34][49]
50th Anniversary 30 Mar 2019 (Reunion XIII)[34]

Much of the information above otherwise unreferenced is collated from published pictures of posters, tickets etc.[50]

In addition to the above, the bands below played but no dates can be confirmed:

Elder Kindred

Walrus (c.1971)

The bands below are rumoured to have played, but no evidence can be found:

Don Cherry

Leo Sayer (possibly 6 July 1974)

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