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Fats Domino News
Monday, 24. September 2007 - 19:44



A musical icon rebuilds his life, home and music
NEW ORLEANS Fats Domino, a founding father of rock 'n' roll, an R&B legend and a New Orleans saint, 
summarizes his 58-year recording career with sweet sincerity: "There's not too much to talk about."

He squirms slightly in his metal chair near the stage of Tipitina's nightclub and continues in his 
thick Creole patois. "I'm glad that people liked me and my music. I guess it was an interesting life. 
I didn't pay much attention, and I never thought I'd be here this long."

And then his anxiety dissolves as he jumps into the title track of his 2006 album, Alive and Kickin':

All over the country, people wanna know

What ever happened to Fats Domino?

And I'm alive and kickin'

"That song's been around awhile," says Domino, 79. "People think I wrote that after Katrina. It was before."

The 2005 hurricane capsized Domino's life, though he's loath to confess any inconvenience or misery outside 
of missing his social circle in the Lower Ninth Ward, still destroyed and deserted despite some signs of 
renewal. The smaller of his two side-by-side homes there is nearly restored, with fresh funds expected from 
a star-studded tribute album out Tuesday on Vanguard. Goin' Home, a 30-track double disc, boasts Domino 
classics remade by New Orleans heroes from Allen Toussaint to Dr. John, plus such Fats admirers as Tom Petty, 
Elton John, Randy Newman and Norah Jones.

In addition to renovating Domino's Caffin Avenue home, proceeds will fund other Tipitina's Foundation projects, 
including Instruments a Comin', which aids area school band programs. The tribute is why Domino, 
arriving with his favorite cabdriver, came from his current home in Harvey, La., to the Uptown club 
for a rare interview.

Soft-spoken and pathologically bashful, he's uneasy facing a reporter, though he brightens at the sight of 
an ice chest stocked with Heinekens, his favorite after earlier loyalties to hometown Jax and Dixie brands.

"I like to go four or five a day," he says. "I just like the taste. I met the company owner in Amsterdam, you know."

It's a rare exotic flavor in Domino's insulated world. He built his Ninth Ward homes a few blocks from the 
canal-flanking Jourdan Avenue house he was born in. Reluctantly touring the globe, he carried a hot plate 
and gumbo ingredients. He quit touring decades ago and never takes vacations. When he was awarded the 
National Medal of Arts in 1998, Domino declined President Clinton's invitation to accept it at the White House.

"I traveled so much, I don't have anywhere left to go," says Domino, plump and dapper in a pale blue shirt, 
captain's cap and diamond-encrusted ring. The gold airplane pendant he frequently sports "reminds me not to fly. 
There's no place like New Orleans for me. I like that nightclubs stay open all day and all night. 
People are friendly here. You can't find better food."

A quiet, but vital, presence

Even in his backyard, he's rarely glimpsed and seldom performs.

"I play enough," he corrects. He may perform at Tipitina's Sept. 29 Goin' Home release party. He last took the stage 
for a raucous 32-minute gig May 19 at Tip's.

"Only 32 minutes?" he says, turning to Bill Taylor, executive director of the Tipitina's Foundation. 
"That's all you wanted?"

"That's all you wanted to give," Taylor shoots back.

Domino grins. "Maybe you all didn't pay me."

Taylor: "Another beer, Fats?"

Domino: "Do hogs like slop?"

Conceived a year after Katrina, Goin' Home coalesced into a perfect storm of good intentions.

"Fats wanted to be more involved in recovery efforts not in a public way, but behind the scenes," Taylor says. 
"He inspired so many artists, and this gave them a tangible way to recognize Fats and help New Orleans."

After securing Yoko Ono's permission to use John Lennon's Ain't That a Shame, Taylor easily lured others, 
with Neil Young and Paul McCartney submitting tracks just under the deadline. Getting clearances from 
labels proved taxing, but artists were enthusiastic.

"We call it the Domino effect," Taylor says. "He's been out of the spotlight for years, but that doesn't change 
the impact he had. Everyone who signed on understood the significance of Fats."

The tribute's diversity in such pairings as Robert Plant with the Soweto Gospel Choir illustrates how "he really 
did bridge a gap between black and white audiences," Taylor says. "A lot of white performers had more success 
financially, but not in terms of influence. Fats is very humble about that. Fame is not of interest to him. 
If people treated him like a celebrity, he'd be embarrassed to the hilt."

Domino does squirm at the mention of Goin' Home's roster of Fats fanatics. "I'm so glad they took the time, 
and I certainly appreciate what they've done," he says.

He sold more than 65 million records and scored 37 top 40 hits during his stint at Imperial Records (1949-1963). 
Only Elvis Presley sold more rock records in the '50s. Eclipsed by his disciples, Domino never complained 
about his place in rock's pantheon: "I'm satisfied with what happened."

About half of Home was homemade in New Orleans, with Domino attending the Plant and Herbie Hancock sessions. 
B.B. King taped the title track in Las Vegas. McCartney worked in London. And local sensation Troy "Trombone Shorty" 
Andrews did Whole Lotta Loving in New York with Lenny Kravitz, ReBirth Brass Band and James Brown's former 
horn section.

"For the first time ever, I was nervous," says Andrews. "Lenny's one of my idols, I grew up under ReBirth, 
and Fred Wesley is king of the funky trombone. And here we are, honoring one of the greatest New Orleans 
musicians ever.

"After Louis Armstrong, Fats was the key icon to take New Orleans music and make it mainstream, to keep the music real 
but make it commercially appealing to the rest of the world. He's an inspiration."

Andrews is especially impressed by Domino's hometown allegiance.

"People in the Ninth Ward love him," he says. "For him to live in the toughest part of town, it gave people hope. 
They respected that. He was the king of the Ninth Ward."

Mostly self-taught, Antoine Domino was inspired by pianists Albert Ammons and Amos Milburn and learned piano 
from his brother-in-law Harrison Verrett, a player in Oscar "Papa" Celestin's band.

"I didn't need school for that," he says. "I could listen to a record and play it right away. 
Anything with a lot of piano, I'd pay attention.

"I didn't know I would be a musician. I worked on an ice truck. I towed ice blocks on my back, 
sometimes 100 pounds, sometimes 25 or 50. I was 15. In the houses where people had a piano in their rooms, 
I'd stop and play. That's how I practiced."

Big time for The Fat Man

In 1949, after being discovered in The Hideaway on Desire Street, Domino and longtime collaborator 
Dave Bartholomew retooled drug-themed Junkers Blues into The Fat Man, his first Imperial Records hit 
and considered by many the earliest rock 'n' roll song. They teamed on a host of R&B hits, 
including Domino's first crossover, 1955's Ain't That a Shame, a No. 10 pop hit. Pat Boone's version reached No. 2. 
Did white artists get better breaks?

"They had better laws," says Domino, who avoids discussing politics or race. "I was used to it, 
so it didn't make any difference. It was harder traveling. There were separate places to get gas or use the bathroom. 
I didn't let that bother me. It still doesn't bother me.

"Maybe I'm putting you on," he adds with a sly chuckle. "Maybe it's the beer."

Blueberry Hill, Blue Monday and I'm Walkin' landed in the top five. His last single to crack Billboard's top 100 
was a 1968 cover of Lady Madonna (the song McCartney wrote to pay homage to Domino).

He continued performing after his chart slide in the mid-'60s, but gradually retreated into 
a quiet existence, emerging only for infrequent concerts or special occasions. He was part of the 
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's inaugural class in 1986 and received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1987.

Life was good. Until Katrina. The morning after the storm, drummer Ernest "Box" Fontenant went to Caffin Avenue 
and found Domino stranded as waters quickly rose. He carried him on his back to the second floor 
of Fats' big house next door, and they huddled with a dozen others, including Domino's wife, Rosemary, 
until a boat rescued them from the balcony that night as the flood reached 8 feet.

He was dropped at a bridge before winding up on the couch of LSU quarterback JaMarcus Russell. His agent 
and some relatives were unaware of his fate for three days, and nerves weren't soothed by graffiti 
scrawled on his home: "R.I.P. Fats. You will be missed."

He doesn't dwell on the loss of pianos, cars and memorabilia, including gold records stolen in a post-storm burglary. 
(Capitol recently provided replicas.)

"A lot of people lost more than that," he reasons. "You can replace pianos, you see. You can't replace life, 
and we got out alive."

Domino was dazed and numb in the aftermath of the hurricane, which stole his happy routine, 
says close friend Haydee Ellis.

"The Ninth Ward was a real community," she says. "People walked to his house to visit all the time. He was so relaxed 
with his friends and the musicians he knows. Strangers could knock on the door, and if Fats was up to it, 
he'd share whatever he was cooking, and he'd play the piano for them. He'd shake hands with people on a tour bus."

These days, Domino passes time watching TV, and cooking remains his passion, though he's less inclined 
to whip up hog's head cheese or red beans and rice without a gang of pals to feed.

"You get tired when you cook for yourself," he says. "You keep tasting it and then you don't want it.

"I'm getting a new stove put into my house today. I have a big stove in the kitchen, but I need a little one in my room, 
so I don't disturb my wife when I'm cooking. And I can cook without being disturbed."

He starts singing: "I hear you knockin' but you can't come in!"

Aside from promoting Goin' Home, his only quest is "paying more attention to the master," he says. "I hope it goes well 
with the Lord; that's what I've got to prepare for. We're only passing through. We're a bunch of sinners, 
and time is passing on."

Pressed again to survey his past, Domino says he wouldn't alter one minute. Has he always had a positive attitude?

"I don't remember changing anything except my clothes, and I don't always do that," he says. "I don't know anything 
about an attitude. I'm just me."

Source: Paul MacPhail

Chuck Berry, Trio Belleville in Montpellier, France
Sunday, 23. September 2007 - 22:15


CHUCK BERRY, TRIO BELLEVILLE
24.11.07 - MONTPELLIER, FRANCE - LE CORUM


TICKETS

Prices:
1st category: 66,70 EUR
2nd category: 61,70 EUR
3rd category: 56,70 EUR

Category details:
1st to 3rd: Reserved Seating

Tickets available through
www.ticketnet.fr

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry, Trio Belleville in Nice, France
Sunday, 23. September 2007 - 22:15


CHUCK BERRY, TRIO BELLEVILLE
23.11.07 - NICE, FRANCE - ACROPOLIS


TICKETS

Prices:
1st category: 66,80 EUR
2nd category: 61,80 EUR
3rd category: 56,80 EUR

Category details:
1st to 3rd: Reserved Seating

Tickets available through
www.ticketnet.fr

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry in Geneva, Switzerland
Sunday, 23. September 2007 - 22:15


CHUCK BERRY
22.11.07 - GENEVA, SWITZERLAND - GRAND CASINO


TICKETS

Prices:
1st category: 150,00 CHF
2nd category: 110,00 CHF
3rd category:  80,00 CHF

Category details:
1st to 3rd: Reserved Seating

Tickets available through
www.ticketcorner.ch

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry, Trio Belleville in Lyon, France
Sunday, 23. September 2007 - 22:15


CHUCK BERRY, TRIO BELLEVILLE
21.11.07 - LYON, FRANCE - AMPHITHEATRE


TICKETS

Prices:
1st category: 67,00 EUR
2nd category: 62,00 EUR
3rd category: 57,00 EUR

Category details:
1st to 3rd: Reserved Seating

Tickets available through
www.ticketnet.fr

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry, Trio Belleville in Dijon, France
Friday, 21. September 2007 - 14:15


CHUCK BERRY, TRIO BELLEVILLE
20.11.07 - DIJON, FRANCE - ZENITH


TICKETS

Prices:
1st category: 68,50 EUR
2nd category: 63,50 EUR
3rd category: 58,50 EUR

Category details:
1st to 3rd: Reserved Seating

Tickets available through
www.ticketnet.fr

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry in Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Friday, 21. September 2007 - 14:15


CHUCK BERRY
19.11.07 - LUXEMBOURG, LUXEMBOURG - ROCKHAL


TICKETS

Prices:
1st category: 75,76 EUR
2nd category: 70,51 EUR

Category details:
1st to 2nd: Reserved Seating

Tickets available through
www.eventim.de

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry in Tilburg, Holland
Friday, 21. September 2007 - 14:15


CHUCK BERRY
18.11.07 - TILBURG, HOLLAND - 013


TICKETS

Prices:
General Admission: SOLD OUT

Category details:
General Admission: Standing

Tickets available through
www.ticketmaster.nl

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry in Odense, Denmark
Friday, 21. September 2007 - 14:15


CHUCK BERRY
16.11.07 - ODENSE, DENMARK - IDRAETSHALLEN


TICKETS

Prices:
1st category: 400,00 DKK
2nd category: 300,00 DKK

Category details:
1st: Unreserved Seating
2nd: Standing

Tickets available through
www.billnet.dk

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry in Antwerp, Belgium
Friday, 21. September 2007 - 14:15


CHUCK BERRY
15.11.07 - ANTWERP, BELGIUM - LOTTO ARENA


TICKETS

Prices:
1st category: 80,00 EUR
2nd category: 60,00 EUR
3rd category: 50,00 EUR
4th category: 40,00 EUR

Category details:
1st to 4th: Reserved Seating

Tickets available through
www.lottoarena.be

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry in Helsinki, Finland
Friday, 21. September 2007 - 14:15


CHUCK BERRY
14.11.07 - HELSINKI, FINLAND - FINLANDIA HALL


TICKETS

Prices:
General Admission: 58,00 EUR

Category details:
General Admission: Reserved Seating

Tickets available through
www.ticketservicefinland.fi

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry, Lucinda Williams in Basel, Switzerland
Friday, 21. September 2007 - 14:15


CHUCK BERRY, LUCINDA WILLIAMS
13.11.07 - BASEL, SWITZERLAND - MESSE BASEL


TICKETS

Prices:
1st category: SOLD OUT
2nd category: SOLD OUT
3rd category: 90,00 CHF

Category details:
1st to 3rd: Reserved Seating

Tickets available through
www.ticketcorner.ch

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry in Munich, Germany
Friday, 21. September 2007 - 14:15


CHUCK BERRY
12.11.07 - MUNICH, GERMANY - GEORG ELSER HALLE


TICKETS

Prices:
General Admission: 56,00 EUR

Category details:
General Admission: Standing

Tickets available through
www.muenchenticket.de

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry in Alton, IL
Friday, 21. September 2007 - 14:15


CHUCK BERRY
03.11.07 - ALTON, IL - ARGOSY'S ALTON BELLE CASINO


TICKETS

Prices:
General Admission: 25,00 $

Category details:
General Admission: Standing

Tickets available through
Call 1-800-711-4263

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry in St. Louis, MO
Friday, 21. September 2007 - 14:15


CHUCK BERRY
17.10.07 - ST. LOUIS, MO - BLUEBERRY HILL


TICKETS

Prices:
General Admission: 25,00 $

Category details:
General Admission: Unreserved Seating

Tickets available through
www.metrotix.com

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry 80th Birthday Celebration World Tour
Friday, 21. September 2007 - 14:15


CHUCK BERRY 80TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION WORLD TOUR

18.10.06 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
20.10.06 - Alton, IL - Argosy's Alton Belle Casino SOLD OUT
21.10.06 - Las Vegas, NV - Orleans Arena
15.11.06 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
13.12.06 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
15.01.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
17.01.07 - Moscow, Russia - B-1 Maximum
18.01.07 - Belfast, Northern Ireland - Waterfront Hall SOLD OUT
19.01.07 - Istanbul, Turkey - Hilton Convention Center SOLD OUT
20.01.07 - Paris, France - Olympia SOLD OUT
21.01.07 - Bordeaux, France - Theatre Femina SOLD OUT
22.01.07 - Toulouse, France - Halle Aux Grains SOLD OUT
23.01.07 - Hamburg, Germany - Color Line Arena
24.01.07 - Leipzig, Germany - Leipzig Arena
25.01.07 - Malmo, Sweden - Baltiska Hallen
26.01.07 - Goteborg, Sweden - Lisebergshallen SOLD OUT
27.01.07 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Amager Bio SOLD OUT
28.01.07 - Stockholm, Sweden - Berns SOLD OUT
29.01.07 - Bilbao, Spain - Bizkaia
01.02.07 - Las Vegas, NV - MGM Grand Garden Arena
02.02.07 - Alton, IL - Argosy's Alton Belle Casino SOLD OUT
14.02.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
16.02.07 - Branson, MO - Welk Resort Center SOLD OUT
17.02.07 - Branson, MO - Welk Resort Center SOLD OUT
14.03.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
16.03.07 - Columbia, MO - Blue Note SOLD OUT
11.04.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
01.05.07 - Rome, Italy - Piazza S. Giovanni
11.05.07 - Alton, IL - Argosy's Alton Belle Casino SOLD OUT
16.05.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
13.06.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
15.06.07 - Westbury, NY - North Fork Theatre At Westbury
30.06.07 - Clayton, MO - Private Performance SOLD OUT
06.07.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
11.07.07 - Oslo, Norway - Sentrum Scene
12.07.07 - Karlstad, Sweden - Mariebergsskogen
13.07.07 - Jarvso, Sweden - Stenegard
14.07.07 - Stockholm, Sweden - Ulriksdal Festival
16.07.07 - Goteborg, Sweden - Tradgardsforeningen
17.07.07 - Langesund, Norway - Wrightegaarden
18.07.07 - Orebro, Sweden - Brunnsparken
19.07.07 - Bastad, Sweden - Tennisstadion
20.07.07 - Kalmar, Sweden - Skalby Gard
21.07.07 - Hassleholm, Sweden - Petva
22.07.07 - Berlin, Germany - Zitadelle
08.08.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
11.08.07 - Alton, IL - Argosy's Alton Belle Casino SOLD OUT
12.09.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
14.09.07 - New York, NY - B.B. King's Blues Club SOLD OUT
15.09.07 - Cranford, NJ - MusicFest
17.10.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Rock'n'Roll Party in der Oyle - Sa. 06.10.2007
Friday, 21. September 2007 - 14:15


Rummental 36, 96450 Coburg, Tel. 09561 - 427766

Source: Michael Neubert

Fats Domino News
Sunday, 09. September 2007 - 13:50


Fats Domino at Tipitina's, New Orleans, LA; September 29th 2007

Goin Home: A Tribute To Fats Domino Record Release Party

Featuring Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk, Jon Cleary, Henry Butler, David Egan, Irma Thomas, Walter "Wolfman" Washington and the Roadmasters, Big Chief Monk Boudreaux, Warren Storm and more special guests

General Admission Tickets

V.I.P. Tickets

(VIP Package includes admission to show plus VIP 2nd floor balcony access with open bar from 8:00pm to end of show, plus join Fats Domino for open bar and food from 8:00pm-11:00pm next door at the Tchoup House. Also includes a copy of the double CD and a commemorative record release party poster.)

Source: Paul MacPhail

Bo Diddley News
Sunday, 09. September 2007 - 13:50


BO DIDDLEY leaves hospital, feeling great

September 5th 2007

We are delighted to be able to report that BO DIDDLEY has now left the medical 
center in Gainesville, FL where he was admitted after suffering a heart attack 
last month. 

With his health greatly improved, BO DIDDLEY is now resting at home and happy to 
be back with his family. His family and friends would like to thank his fans for 
the outpouring of cards, letters and good wishes that followed his stroke last 
May and last month's heart attack.

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BO DIDDLEY hospitalized, in stable condition

August 28th 2007

BO DIDDLEY was this morning (Tuesday) moved from intensive care to cardiac care 
and listed in stable condition at the North Florida Regional Medical Center in 
Gainesville, after suffering a heart attack during a routine medical check-up 
Friday (August 24th). 

Our thoughts and our prayers are with BO DIDDLEY and his dear family and friends 
at this difficult time.

Source: David Blakey

Chuck Berry, The Smithereens, Beale Street Love, Fountains Of Wayne in Cranford, NJ
Sunday, 09. September 2007 - 13:50


CHUCK BERRY, THE SMITHEREENS, BEALE STREET LOVE, FOUNTAINS OF WAYNE, LIVE
THE ENGLISH BEAT, THE OLD CEREMONY, THE APPLES IN STEREO, THE ALARM
15.09.07 - CRANFORD, NJ - MUSICFEST


TICKETS

Prices:
General Admission: Free Admission

Category details:
General Admission: Standing

Tickets available through
www.ucmusicfest.com

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry in New York, NY
Sunday, 09. September 2007 - 13:50


CHUCK BERRY
14.09.07 - NEW YORK, NY - B.B. KING'S BLUES CLUB


TICKETS

Prices:
General Admission: 90,00 $

Category details:
General Admission: Unreserved Seating

Tickets available through
www.ticketmaster.com

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry, My Two Planets in St. Louis, MO
Sunday, 09. September 2007 - 13:50


CHUCK BERRY, MY TWO PLANETS
12.09.07 - ST. LOUIS, MO - BLUEBERRY HILL


TICKETS

Prices:
General Admission: 25,00 $

Category details:
General Admission: Unreserved Seating

Tickets available through
www.metrotix.com

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry 80th Birthday Celebration World Tour
Sunday, 09. September 2007 - 13:50


CHUCK BERRY 80TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION WORLD TOUR

18.10.06 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
20.10.06 - Alton, IL - Argosy's Alton Belle Casino SOLD OUT
21.10.06 - Las Vegas, NV - Orleans Arena
15.11.06 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
13.12.06 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
15.01.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
17.01.07 - Moscow, Russia - B-1 Maximum
18.01.07 - Belfast, Northern Ireland - Waterfront Hall SOLD OUT
19.01.07 - Istanbul, Turkey - Hilton Convention Center SOLD OUT
20.01.07 - Paris, France - Olympia SOLD OUT
21.01.07 - Bordeaux, France - Theatre Femina SOLD OUT
22.01.07 - Toulouse, France - Halle Aux Grains SOLD OUT
23.01.07 - Hamburg, Germany - Color Line Arena
24.01.07 - Leipzig, Germany - Leipzig Arena
25.01.07 - Malmo, Sweden - Baltiska Hallen
26.01.07 - Goteborg, Sweden - Lisebergshallen SOLD OUT
27.01.07 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Amager Bio SOLD OUT
28.01.07 - Stockholm, Sweden - Berns SOLD OUT
29.01.07 - Bilbao, Spain - Bizkaia
01.02.07 - Las Vegas, NV - MGM Grand Garden Arena
02.02.07 - Alton, IL - Argosy's Alton Belle Casino SOLD OUT
14.02.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
16.02.07 - Branson, MO - Welk Resort Center SOLD OUT
17.02.07 - Branson, MO - Welk Resort Center SOLD OUT
14.03.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
16.03.07 - Columbia, MO - Blue Note SOLD OUT
11.04.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
01.05.07 - Rome, Italy - Piazza S. Giovanni
11.05.07 - Alton, IL - Argosy's Alton Belle Casino SOLD OUT
16.05.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
13.06.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
15.06.07 - Westbury, NY - North Fork Theatre At Westbury
30.06.07 - Clayton, MO - Private Performance SOLD OUT
06.07.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
11.07.07 - Oslo, Norway - Sentrum Scene
12.07.07 - Karlstad, Sweden - Mariebergsskogen
13.07.07 - Jarvso, Sweden - Stenegard
14.07.07 - Stockholm, Sweden - Ulriksdal Festival
16.07.07 - Goteborg, Sweden - Tradgardsforeningen
17.07.07 - Langesund, Norway - Wrightegaarden
18.07.07 - Orebro, Sweden - Brunnsparken
19.07.07 - Bastad, Sweden - Tennisstadion
20.07.07 - Kalmar, Sweden - Skalby Gard
21.07.07 - Hassleholm, Sweden - Petva
22.07.07 - Berlin, Germany - Zitadelle
08.08.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill SOLD OUT
11.08.07 - Alton, IL - Argosy's Alton Belle Casino SOLD OUT
12.09.07 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill
14.09.07 - New York, NY - B.B. King's Blues Club
15.09.07 - Cranford, NJ - MusicFest

Source: Wolfgang Guhl