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Edited by Jeffrey Schwartz

Edited by Jeffrey Schwartz

He shot everybody. were fraught with peril. I scattered his ashes in the Columbia River Gorge. Chuck became an arena fixture. the road trips for Norlin. where he had to interact with the corporate suits. outrageous.foreword by Buck Munger W hen I met Chuck Boyd. I wasn’t the only one who thought he was the best available-light photographer in rock and roll. to act as our road manager. He knew who and what was happening and was welcomed backstage everywhere. accepted as a fellow artist by the musicians he shot. Chuck Boyd was a true rock insider. but the public never saw those prints because Chuck would never betray the trust. When he passed away. For a few minutes. climbing around onstage one step ahead of security to get the shot. when Chuck was getting his pictures. and later we worked together again at Gibson and Moog. He was a wild man. he was The Show. and for that I am eternally grateful. he helped me start Oregon’s first music trade publication. Wrinkle. Chuck Boyd (left) and Buck Munger (right) Opposite: Eric Clapton and Pattie Boyd October 1968 California 4 • forever young . When Eric Clapton was secretly romancing a Beatle’s wife. and he moved to Oregon with my band. Chuck had the first pictures. His pictures of Jimi Hendrix. he was already well-known in Hollywood. and Eric ordered prints. Chuck was a real rocker and was already recognized as a photographic artist. He had stage access like no other shooter in the music business. Later. and the Who put Sunn amplifiers on the map. Cream. The artists knew his frames were attached to select musical instruments and worldwide publicity. Our years of shared combat in the corporate wars forged a solid friendship. Chuck also traveled with me and shot every historic moment in my life. He had pictures of the world’s leading players in every compromising position.

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examining contact sheets as I conducted a general survey of Chuck’s archives and scribbling notes onto a legal pad as I studied each roll of film for the first time.introduction by Jeffrey Schwartz I first heard the name Chuck Boyd during a visit to Los Angeles in 2001. Fleetwood Mac. who had recently acquired Chuck’s vast archives after the film had been lost for several years. One of my close friends had become friendly with Chuck’s brother. the Trip. Suffice to say that I was amazed. I decided to move to Los Angeles in the summer of 2004. After moonlighting with the Boyd estate for a year or two. I felt like a rock-and-roll archaeologist who had just uncovered thousands of secret. Knowing my passion for music and rock-and-roll history. performances at theaters and dance halls throughout Southern California. Led Zeppelin. As fortune would have it. Chuck had a keen eye and an incredible sense of when and where to take the shot. only to find shots of Led Zeppelin in the studio or a candid “hang” with Ray Charles. documenting the birth of rock and roll on the West Coast. I slowly became more involved with Chuck’s archives. the Hollywood Palladium. and the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. I was awestruck by these intimate photographs of Cream. and over the course of the next few years. we formalized our business relationship and I have since immersed myself fulltime in the Chuck Boyd Photo Collection. I spent three weeks working literally around the clock. In the fall of 2010. throngs of fans at the Los Angeles International Airport greeting British bands and returning champions. Overwhelmed by the spectrum of incredible talent Chuck had witnessed from only a few feet away. I would tell myself that it would be the last one of the night. Chuck witnessed the metamorphosis of society. I became friendly with him and we would frequently chat about music and Chuck’s work. but few photos like these. I couldn’t tear myself away from these photographs. and music in Los Angeles during the mid-1960s. helping to sort and identify images and assisting in the preliminary business development. What would I find in the next roll? I was hooked. During his first professional gig as a photographer for the KRLA Beat. As a music fan and historian. a few blocks away from Chuck’s brother. and candid shots of young artists when their fame was a new phenomenon. Many of Chuck’s photographs featured these artists doing what they did best—performing. Chuck attended countless shows at renowned venues like the Whisky a Go Go. I had seen thousands of images of rock legends over the years. always with one or two cameras in 6 • forever young . and the Who sprawled across the table before me. the Hollywood Bowl. precious relics. I settled in Santa Monica. Chuck’s photographs provide a portal back in time. Bido Lito’s. the Troubadour. the Rolling Stones. His earliest rolls of film revealed intimate concerts at clubs along the Sunset Strip. I was introduced to Chuck’s brother and had the chance to skim through about 20 of the photographs. I had the chance to see Chuck’s entire collection for the first time. culture. With each new roll. Spending hundreds of hours swimming through Chuck’s incredible catalog of rock-and-roll history has truly been a labor of love. Frequently shooting onstage.

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Jefferson Airplane.tow. Chuck was there when Hendrix lit his guitar on fire and the Who destroyed the stage at Monterey. to name a few. Chuck found himself in transition and ready for a change of scenery. to the birth of metal and bands like Black Sabbath and KISS. From huge arena tours featuring artists like Fleetwood Mac and Peter Frampton. backstage. and it is often impossible to determine from a photograph whether he was “working” or simply hanging out with these musicians. He was frequently present at television recordings for programs including The Lloyd Thaxton Show. Buck had developed relationships with various amplifier and instrument manufacturers over the years and was frequently meeting with artists and management to coordinate product delivery. it is clear that he was liked and trusted by his contemporaries. Recognized as a friend and professional. 8 • forever young . and promotional photo shoots. where he documented new avenues in rock music and the growth of California’s counterculture movement. Chuck was his guy. Chuck was infected with HIV. and elsewhere. He never violated a confidence. Chuck again found himself onstage and in the dressing room with his camera. He photographed dozens of the greatest artists and bands as they arrived in the Pacific Northwest during the 1970s. Upon settling in Portland. If Buck needed a photographer for one of these meetings. In the late 1970s. The concert venues changed from clubs and theaters to outdoor stages and arenas. Chuck was witness to music history. He was privy to intimate studio sessions with the Mamas and the Papas. when they were rightly returned to Chuck’s brothers. Once again. Openly gay. Some close friends had moved north to Portland. He struggled with health issues throughout the 1980s and ceased his regular work as a professional photographer. endorsements. Chuck contracted the disease before it was really understood. Chuck was an avid music fan. and Led Zeppelin. Looking through Chuck’s vast collection of images. he continued his work with longtime friend and music scene insider Buck Munger. He had “allaccess” and was really “with the band” wherever he carried his camera. and his subjects knew that all compromising photographs would never be shared or published (a promise that we honor). Chuck’s family and I are delighted to share his incredible talent and present these remarkable moments in rock-and-roll history for your viewing pleasure. I imagine that this relaxed quality was largely responsible for Chuck’s incredible access to talent and their comfort level as he shot pictures onstage. The latter part of the 1960s took Chuck to several music festivals and love-ins. and The Music Scene. Chuck was trusted to capture several photos of certain rock legends with needles plunged in their arms. Shivaree. After the decades that his photographs spent in captivity. in the studio. After his passing in 1991. and Chuck decided to follow. In the early 1970s. The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. Oregon. capturing stars like Elton John and Joe Cocker at the launch of their meteoric rise. the entire photo collection was held by his “acquaintances” until 2000.

great effort has been made to provide accurate data to accompany his photographs. . Rick and Bill. Still. lighting. In order to determine the dates and locations of many of the images. In loving memory of Chuck Boyd chuck boyd • 9 . opening bands. business acumen. for trusting me with their brother’s work and for being my friends as well as my business associates. and friend that any man could want. I’ve had to practice “rock-and-roll archaeology” in hopes of uncovering key elements of each shot or roll of film that might provide historical context. rock-and-roll archaeology is far from an exact science. Devra. Thanks to Jeffrey Goldman and Santa Monica Press for partnering in this worthy tribute to Chuck Boyd and helping us to showcase Chuck’s incredible talent. May we all stay Forever Young . and his contribution to this book is greatly appreciated. and any other discernable information within each image have been used to determine dates and locations as necessary. assistant. I am also grateful to Aaron Wahle and Josh Shapiro for generously sharing their friendship. Special thanks to Willow Jenkins for getting me to the gig. to Harvey Kubernik for helping to “reheat the beat. staging. fellow music historians. That said.” and to Joe Brabant for his ongoing support and counsel. Lastly. advisor. signage. . Please send an email to foreveryoung.chuckboyd@gmail. Having conducted extensive research and consulted with musicians. painstaking efforts have been made to identify the various artists and personnel in these photographs. band personnel. location and/or exact date information was elusive for certain photos. and I would appreciate hearing from anyone who can help fill in the blanks. who continues to be the best therapist. wardrobe. Thank you to Chuck’s brothers. Her behind-the-scenes support of my rockand-roll endeavors remains invaluable and is appreciated more than she knows. Acknowledgments A project of this magnitude is over a year in the making. instrument and amplifier brands and models.com so that your insights may be considered for future editions. and I am indebted to the many people who have supported the Chuck Boyd Photo Collection in our efforts to share Chuck’s legacy.NOTE: While Chuck left behind an incredible archive of film. a special thank you to my lovely wife. and intellect. Over the course of the past two years. Hairstyles. dance floors. notes did not accompany the thousands of images. Buck Munger was Chuck’s closest friend and collaborator. alas. and colleagues and friends of Chuck’s.

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Keith Richards May 1965 Long Beach Arena (Long Beach. CA) 12 • forever young .

The Rolling Stones May 1965 Long Beach Arena (Long Beach. CA) chuck boyd • 13 .

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CA) James Brown June 1965 Shivaree television appearance (Los Angeles. CA) 16 • forever young .Overleaf: The Rolling Stones May 1965 Long Beach Arena (Long Beach.

James Brown June 1965 Los Angeles. CA chuck boyd • 17 .

The Beach Boys July 1965 The Hollywood Bowl (Hollywood. CA) Opposite: Brian Wilson July 1965 Los Angeles. CA 18 • forever young .

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The Lovin’ Spoonful August 1965 Rose Bowl (Pasadena. CA) 20 • forever young .

CA) chuck boyd • 21 .Dick Clark and the Liverpool 5 1965 American Bandstand television appearance (Los Angeles.

CA) David Crosby August 1965 The Hollywood Palladium (Hollywood. CA) 22 • forever young .Gene Clark and Roger McGuinn August 1965 The Hollywood Palladium (Hollywood.

Gene Clark 1965 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium (Santa Monica. CA) chuck boyd • 23 .

CA) 24 • forever young .Danny Hutton September 1965 Shivaree television appearance (Los Angeles.

CA) chuck boyd • 25 .Barry McGuire September 1965 The Trip (Hollywood.

CA 26 • forever young .Tom Jones 1965 Hollywood.

CA chuck boyd • 27 .Glen Campbell 1965 Los Angeles.

Donovan October 1965 Shivaree television appearance (Los Angeles. CA) 28 • forever young .

CA) chuck boyd • 29 .The Knickerbockers November 1965 Shivaree television appearance (Los Angeles.

CA) 30 • forever young .Dusty Springfield November 1965 Shivaree television appearance (Los Angeles.

CA) chuck boyd • 31 .The Turtles 1965 The Lloyd Thaxton Show television appearance (Los Angeles.

The Dave Clark Five 1965 Los Angeles. CA 32 • forever young .

The Righteous Brothers 1965 RCA Studios (Hollywood. CA) chuck boyd • 33 .

CA) 34 • forever young .N.Ike and Tina Turner November 1965 The Big T. Show The Moulin Rouge (Hollywood.T.

CA) chuck boyd • 35 .N.T. Show The Moulin Rouge (Hollywood.Joan Baez November 1965 The Big T.

Marvin Gaye November 1965 The Trip (Hollywood. CA) 36 • forever young .

Phil Spector November 1965 The Trip (Hollywood. CA) chuck boyd • 37 .

CA) P. Proby 1965 California 38 • forever young .J.Johnny Rivers December 1965 Whisky a Go Go (Hollywood.

The Four Seasons December 1965 Los Angeles. CA chuck boyd • 39 . CA Frankie Valli December 1965 Los Angeles.

CA) 40 • forever young .Mick Jagger December 1965 KRLA Beat Awards Hullabaloo (Los Angeles.

CA chuck boyd • 41 .Bob Dylan December 1965 Los Angeles.

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Overleaf: The Yardbirds January 1966 Shivaree television appearance (Los Angeles. CA 46 • forever young . CA) Jackie Wilson February 1966 Los Angeles.

CA chuck boyd • 47 .The Hollies 1966 Hollywood.

CA) 48 • forever young .Sonny and Cher March 1966 8th Grammy Awards (Los Angeles.

Donovan March 1966 Los Angeles. CA chuck boyd • 49 .

Martha and the Vandellas March 1966 The Trip (Hollywood. CA) 50 • forever young .

Bobby Rydell 1966 The Lloyd Thaxton Show television appearance (Los Angeles. CA) chuck boyd • 51 .

Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs May 1966 California 52 • forever young .

CA) chuck boyd • 53 .John Phillips 1966 United Western Recorders (Los Angeles.

Van Morrison and Them May 1966 Whisky a Go Go (Hollywood. CA) 54 • forever young .

Roy Orbison June 1966 Los Angeles. CA chuck boyd • 55 .

Peter Noone July 1966 Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena (Los Angeles. CA) 56 • forever young . CA) Eric Burdon July 1966 Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena (Los Angeles.

Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr August 1966 Capitol Records (Los Angeles. CA) chuck boyd • 57 .

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CA) 60 • forever young .Overleaf and above: Simon and Garfunkel 1966 The Lloyd Thaxton Show television appearance (Los Angeles.

The Yardbirds August 1966 The Troubadour (Hollywood. CA) chuck boyd • 61 .

CA) 62 • forever young .The Temptations August 1966 The Trip (Hollywood.

CA chuck boyd • 63 .Ray Charles September 1966 Los Angeles.

Ry Cooder
September 1966
Los Angeles, CA

Taj Mahal
September 1966
Los Angeles, CA

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The Turtles
December 1966
Whisky a Go Go (Hollywood, CA)
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CA) Opposite: Little Richard 1967 Columbia Recording Studios (Hollywood.Smokey Robinson and the Miracles January 1967 Whisky a Go Go (Hollywood. CA) 68 • forever young .

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The Monkees February 1967 Los Angeles. CA 70 • forever young .

Davy Jones February 1967 Los Angeles. CA chuck boyd • 71 .

The Mamas and the Papas March 1967 Rodgers & Hart Today television appearance (Los Angeles. CA) 72 • forever young .

The Supremes March 1967 Rodgers & Hart Today television appearance (Los Angeles. CA) chuck boyd • 73 .

Buffalo Springfield (with David Crosby) June 1967 Monterey Pop Festival (Monterey. CA) 74 • forever young .

CA) chuck boyd • 75 .Ravi Shankar June 1967 Monterey Pop Festival (Monterey.

76 • forever young .

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Overleaf: John Phillips and Brian Jones June 1967 Monterey Pop Festival (Monterey. CA) Roger Daltry June 1967 Monterey Pop Festival (Monterey. CA) 78 • forever young .

Pete Townshend June 1967 Monterey Pop Festival (Monterey. CA) chuck boyd • 79 .

80 • forever young .

CA) The .Jeff Schwartz June 1967 chuckForum boyd • (Los 81 Angeles.

Overleaf: Pete Townshend June 1967 Monterey Pop Festival (Monterey. CA) 82 • forever young . CA) Felix Cavaliere June 1967 Disneyland (Anaheim.

Wilson Pickett July 1967 Television appearance (Los Angeles. CA) chuck boyd • 83 .

Johnny Rivers July 1967 Whisky a Go Go (Hollywood. CA) 84 • forever young .

Jim Morrison July 1967 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium chuck boyd • 85 .

CA) 86 • forever young .Ray Manzarek July 1967 Devonshire Downs (Northridge.

Robby Krieger July 1967 Devonshire Downs (Northridge. CA) chuck boyd • 87 .

John Densmore July 1967 Devonshire Downs (Northridge. CA) 88 • forever young .

Jim Morrison July 1967 Devonshire Downs (Northridge. CA) chuck boyd • 89 .

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Paul Kantner
September 1967
Los Angeles, CA

Opposite:
Grace Slick and
Rodney
Bingenheimer
September 1967
Los Angeles, CA

Jack Casady
September 1967
Los Angeles, CA
Overleaf:
Grateful Dead
September 1967
Hollywood Bowl
(Hollywood, CA)

Jeff Schwartz
June 1967
The Forum (Los Angeles, CA)
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Jeff Schwartz
June 1967
The Forum (Los Angeles, CA)
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CA) Opposite bottom: The Everly Brothers November 1967 Hollywood Bowl (Hollywood.Overleaf: Jefferson Airplane September 1967 California Opposite top: The Beach Boys and the Everly Brothers November 1967 Hollywood Bowl (Hollywood. CA) chuck boyd • 97 The Hollies November 1967 The Joey Bishop Show television appearance (Los Angeles. CA) .

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Overleaf: Eric Clapton May 1968 California Jack Bruce May 1968 California 102 • forever young .

Cream May 1968 California chuck boyd • 103 .

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Opposite and above: Janis Joplin 1968 California chuck boyd • 105 .

106 • forever young .

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Frank Zappa July 1968 Whisky a Go Go (Hollywood. CA) Opposite: Johnny Echols and Arthur Lee July 1968 Hullabaloo (Hollywood. CA) 108 • forever young . CA) Overleaf: Alice Cooper July 1968 Whisky a Go Go (Hollywood.

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Overleaf: Bob “The Bear” Hite and Chet Helms August 1968 Newport Pop Festival (Costa Mesa. CA) 112 • forever young . CA) Alice Cooper August 1968 Newport Pop Festival (Costa Mesa.

The Chambers Brothers August 1968 Newport Pop Festival (Costa Mesa. CA) chuck boyd • 113 .

Jerry Garcia and Stanley Owsley August 1968 Newport Pop Festival (Costa Mesa. CA) 114 • forever young .

CA) chuck boyd • 115 .Jerry Garcia August 1968 Newport Pop Festival (Costa Mesa.

116 • forever young .

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Overleaf: Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir August 1968 Newport Pop Festival (Costa Mesa. CA) 118 • forever young . CA) Richie Havens September 1968 The Troubadour (Hollywood.

CA) chuck boyd • 119 .Eric Clapton October 1968 Alameda County Coliseum (Oakland.

Cream October 1968 Alameda County Coliseum (Oakland. CA) 120 • forever young .

CA) chuck boyd • 121 .Deep Purple December 1968 The Merv Griffin Show television appearance (Los Angeles.

122 • forever young .

CA chuck boyd • 123 Above and overleaf: Buffalo Springfield 1968 Melodyland (Anaheim. CA) .Opposite: Aretha Franklin 1968 Los Angeles.

124 • forever young .

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CA) 128 • forever young .The Chambers Brothers January 1969 The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour television appearance (Los Angeles.

CA) chuck boyd • 129 .Ike and Tina Turner March 1969 The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour television appearance (Los Angeles.

130 • forever young .

Opposite: Jimmy Page April 1969 Los Angeles. CA . CA chuck boyd • 131 Led Zeppelin April 1969 Los Angeles.

Graham Nash. and David Crosby May 1969 California 132 • forever young .Stephen Stills.

and Young May 1969 California chuck boyd • 133 . Nash. Stills.Crosby.

CA) 134 • forever young .Canned Heat May 1969 Northern California Folk-Rock Festival Santa Clara County Fairgrounds (San Jose.

Alan Wilson May 1969 Northern California Folk-Rock Festival Santa Clara County Fairgrounds (San Jose. CA) chuck boyd • 135 .

136 • forever young .

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CA) Elvin Bishop May 1969 Northern California Folk-Rock Festival Santa Clara County Fairgrounds (San Jose. CA) 138 • forever young .Overleaf: Carlos Santana May 1969 Northern California Folk-Rock Festival Santa Clara County Fairgrounds (San Jose.

CA) chuck boyd • 139 .Chuck Berry May 1969 Northern California Folk-Rock Festival Santa Clara County Fairgrounds (San Jose.

140 • forever young .

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Overleaf and above:
Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend

June 1969

The Hollywood Palladium (Hollywood, CA)

Opposite:
Pete Townshend
June 1969
The Hollywood Palladium
(Hollywood, CA)
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Paul Rodgers
July 1969
California
144 • forever young

Three Dog Night July 1969 California chuck boyd • 145 .

146 • forever young .

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CA) 148 • forever young .Overleaf: Led Zeppelin August 1969 Swing Auditorium (San Bernadino. CA) Above and opposite: Robert Plant August 1969 Anaheim Convention Center (Anaheim.

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Overleaf:
Jerry Lee Lewis
October 1969
The Music Scene television appearance
(Los Angeles, CA)
Opposite:
Grace Slick
November 1969
Elysian Park Love-In (Los Angeles, CA)
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Wrinkle
1969
California

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CA) . CA) chuck boyd • 155 Bottom: Charlie Watts November 1969 Los Angeles Forum (Inglewood. CA) Opposite: Mick Jagger November 1969 Los Angeles Forum (Inglewood.Top: Keith Richards November 1969 Los Angeles Forum (Inglewood.

CA) Opposite: Chuck Berry December 1969 The Music Scene television appearance (Los Angeles.Little Richard December 1969 The Music Scene television appearance (Los Angeles. CA) 156 • forever young .

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Jimmy Page March 1970 Los Angeles Forum (Inglewood. CA) Opposite: Robert Plant March 1970 Los Angeles Forum (Inglewood. CA) 160 • forever young .

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Joe Cocker May 1970 Opposite: Leon Russell May 1970 162 • forever young .

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Robert Plant September 1970 Los Angeles Forum (Inglewood. CA) 164 • forever young . CA) Opposite: Led Zeppelin September 1970 Los Angeles Forum (Inglewood.

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Overleaf: Led Zeppelin September 1970 Los Angeles Forum (Inglewood. CA) Linda Ronstadt October 1970 Big Sur Folk Festival (Monterey. CA) 168 • forever young .

CA) chuck boyd • 169 .Mike Love October 1970 Big Sur Folk Festival (Monterey.

CA) 170 • forever young .Freddie King December 1970 Anaheim Convention Center (Anaheim.

CA) chuck boyd • 171 .Elton John December 1970 Anaheim Convention Center (Anaheim.

CA) Opposite: T.Dick Clark and John Kay August 1971 American Bandstand television appearance (Los Angeles. Rex July 1973 172 • forever young .

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Opposite: Jackson Browne January 1974 Paramount Theatre (Portland. OR) chuck boyd • 175 Jeff Beck May 1975 .

Geddy Lee May 1975 Paramount Theatre (Portland. OR) 176 • forever young . OR) Opposite: Alex Lifeson May 1975 Paramount Theatre (Portland.

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178 • forever young .

Opposite: Eric Clapton August 1975 chuck boyd • 179 Glenn Frey August 1975 .

Stephen Stills December 1975 Opposite: Albert King 1975 180 • forever young .

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OR) chuck boyd • 183 ELO February 1976 Seattle Center Coliseum (Seattle. WA) .Opposite: Cat Stevens February 1976 Portland Memorial Coliseum (Portland.

OR) 184 • forever young .Paul Stanley February 1976 Portland Memorial Coliseum (Portland.

OR) chuck boyd • 185 .Gene Simmons February 1976 Portland Memorial Coliseum (Portland.

OR) 186 • forever young .Emmylou Harris March 1976 Paramount Theatre (Portland.

OR) chuck boyd • 187 .Peter Frampton April 1976 Paramount Theatre (Portland.

188 • forever young .

OR) .Opposite: Jeff “Skunk” Baxter May 1976 Portland Memorial Coliseum (Portland. OR) chuck boyd • 189 Michael McDonald May 1976 Portland Memorial Coliseum (Portland.

190 • forever young .

OR) .Opposite: Joe Walsh August 1976 chuck boyd • 191 Tony Iommi and Ozzy Osbourne November 1976 Portland Memorial Coliseum (Portland.

WA) 192 • forever young .Jimmy Buffett December 1976 Paramount Northwest (Seattle.

Willie Nelson 1976 chuck boyd • 193 .

Tom Scholz March 1977 194 • forever young .

Brad Delp March 1977 chuck boyd • 195 .

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WA) .Opposite: Ray Davies and Dave Davies April 1977 Portland Memorial Coliseum (Portland. OR) chuck boyd • 197 Mick Fleetwood September 1977 Seattle Center Coliseum (Seattle.

Lindsey Buckingham September 1977 Seattle Center Coliseum (Seattle. WA) 198 • forever young . WA) Opposite: Stevie Nicks September 1977 Seattle Center Coliseum (Seattle.

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OR) 202 • forever young . OR) Tom Petty October 1977 Paramount Theatre (Portland.Overleaf: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers October 1977 Paramount Theatre (Portland.

Steve Miller November 1977 Portland Memorial Coliseum (Portland. OR) chuck boyd • 203 .

204 • forever young .

OR) chuck boyd • 205 Lionel Richie 1977 .Opposite: Phil Lynott and Gary Moore December 1977 Paramount Theatre (Portland.

OR) Opposite: Freddie Mercury and John Deacon December 1977 Paramount Theatre (Portland. OR) 206 • forever young .Brian May December 1977 Paramount Theatre (Portland.

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OR) Ted Nugent August 1978 Paramount Theatre (Portland. OR) 210 • forever young .Overleaf: Freddie Mercury and John Deacon December 1977 Paramount Theatre (Portland.

Billy Gibbons 1978 chuck boyd • 211 .

OR) Overleaf: B. King 1978 Sammy Hagar September 1978 Portland Memorial Coliseum (Portland.Opposite: B. King 1978 Paramount Theatre (Portland.B. OR) 212 • forever young .B.

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