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Steely Dan Database: Concerts

Steely Dan Database

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Musicians on this tour:

Bill Ware III Bob Sheppard Brenda White-King Catherine Russell Chris Potter Cornelius Bumpus Diane Garisto Donald Fagen Drew Zingg Peter Erskine Tom Barney Walter Becker Warren Bernhardt

Bill Ware III: Vibraphone
Bob Sheppard: Saxophone
Brenda White-King: Vocals
Catherine Russell: Vocals
Chris Potter: Saxophone
Cornelius Bumpus: Saxophone
Diane Garisto: Vocals
Donald Fagen: Keyboards
Donald Fagen: Vocals
Drew Zingg: Electric guitar
Peter Erskine: Drums
Tom Barney: Electric bass (finger)
Walter Becker: Vocals
Walter Becker: Electric guitar
Warren Bernhardt: Keyboards

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Songs played on this tour:

Babylon sisters
Black Friday
Book of liars
Chain lightning
Deacon blues
Fall of '92
Green earrings
Green flower street
Hey nineteen
Home at last
My old school
Parker's band
Reelin' in the years
Teahouse on the tracks
The royal scam
Third world man
Tuzz's shadow

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Concerts of this tour

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Entry 1 - 8 of 8 total found
Tour Date Venue City State Remarks Release Announcement Ticket

1 Japan April 15, 1994 Osaka-Jo Hall Osaka Japan Osaka April 15, 1994
2 Japan April 16, 1994 Shimin Kaikan Nagoya Japan An evening with Steely Dan
3 Japan April 17, 1994 Tokyo Bay NK Hall Tokyo Japan At the bay area
4 Japan April 19, 1994 Olympic Pool Tokyo Japan
5 Japan April 20, 1994 Olympic Pool Tokyo Japan In Tokyo
6 Japan April 21, 1994 Olympic Pool Tokyo Japan
7 Japan April 23, 1994 Shimin Kaikan Fukuoda Japan
8 Japan April 24, 1994 Shimin Kaikan Fukuoda Japan
Entry 1 - 8 of 8 total found

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