THE ULTIMATE GIGOGRAPHY & LIVETAPES ARCHIVE compiled by Thomas Franck

        Latest additions & corrections: 05-12-2019  [radio interviews, new live audience recordings and artworks]

 

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FRANCIS ROSSI

ONE STEP AT A TIME TOUR 2010

Band: Francis Rossi (voc,g), Nicholas Rossi (g,voc), Freddie Edwards (g), Gary Twigg (bass), Paul Hirsh (k,g), Leon Cave (dr), Amy Smith (voc), Amber Zakatek (voc), Emily Barton* (voc). 

Main Setlist: Caroline, Claudie, All We Really Wanna Do, You'll Come'Round, Crazy For You, Old Time Rock and Roll, Strikes Like Lightning, Tallulahs Waiting, Here I Go, Tongue Tied, Blessed Are The Meek, My Little Heart Breaker, Electric Arena, One Step At A Time, Marguerita Time, Rolling Down The Road, Diggin' Burt Bacharach, Sleeping On The Job, Twenty Wild Horses, Can't Give You More, Don't Waste My Time.

Tour Notes: A full Tour of Germany and again in the UK had to be cancelled in Febuary 2011 due to Francis surgery for a hernia complaint and recording commitments for QUO's "Quid Pro Quo" album. Emily Barton* replaced Amy Smith in Amsterdam and Antwerp. Live at St. Lukes London featured all 3 female singers on stage.

 

2010

 

12/05/  UK, Edinburgh - Queens Hall

13/05/  UK, Birmingham - Town Hall | 90'min. AUD Quality: 4

14/05/  UK, Manchster - The Academy | 90'min. AUD Quality: 4

16/05/  UK, London - Her Majesty's Theatre

17/05/  UK, Sheffield - City Hall Ballroom | 90'min. AUD Quality: 4

18/05/  UK, Cardiff - Glee Club

13/09/  HOLLAND, Amsterdam* - Melkweg

14/09/  BELGIUM, Antwerp* - Trix Club | 48'min. AUD Quality: 4

15/09/  UK, London* - St. Lukes | 90'min. SBD Quality: 5 *official release*

 

ROCK MEETS CLASSIC TOUR 2018

Featuring: Francis Rossi, Michael Sadler (Saga), Eric Bazilian (The Hooters), John Helliwell, Jesse Siebenberg (Supertramp), Leo Leoni, Nic Meader (Gotthard), The Matt Sinner Band, The RMC Symphony Orchestra.

Main Setlist: Caroline, The Wanderer, Paper Plane, In The Army Now, Down Down, Burning Bridges, Rockin'all over The World.

Tour Notes:  The shows in Prag (21.4.), Krakow (23.4.) and Lodz (24.4.) were cancelled.

 

2018

 

04/04/  GERMANY, Passau - Dreiländerhalle

05/04/  GERMANY, Ingolstadt - Saturn Arena

06/04/  GERMANY, Würzburg - S. Oliver Arena

07/04/  GERMANY, Nürnberg - Arena

08/04/  GERMANY, Kempten - bigBOX Arena

09/04/  SWITZERLAND, Zürich - Hallenstadion

11/04/  GERMANY, Berlin - Tempodrom | 34' min. AUD Quality: 3

12/04/  GERMANY, Frankfurt - Jahrhunderthalle

13/04/  SWITZERLAND, Basel - St. Jakobshalle

14/04/  GERMANY, Regensburg - Donau-Arena | 28' min. AUD Quality:  3 +

15/04/  GERMANY, München - Olympiahalle

17/04/  GERMANY, Ludwigsburg - MHP Arena

18/04/  GERMANY, Neu Ulm - ratiopharm Arena

19/04/  GERMANY, Mannheim - Rosengarten

 

'I TALK TOO MUCH' - The Spoken Word Tour 2019

Francis Rossi in conversation with UK rock journalist & best selling author Mick Wall.

Francis Rossi will talk about his mishaps and adventures as he opens up about the highs and lows of a life on the road with Status Quo.

 

And in "I Talk Too Much", Francis will share some of the best rock’n’roll stories ever, accrued during an extraordinary life on the road. Expect laughter, revelations, tales involving some of the giants of music, exclusive video clips, snatches of classic tunes and a great night out. He’ll be taking his guitar along to demonstrate how some of those Quo classics came about. Francis Rossi will be joined on stage by award-winning writer and broadcaster Mick Wall, who has sold more than 1 million books.

 

Set: Part 1 (about 50+ minutes) - Conversation Mick Wall > Francis Rossi included video clips screened and he played a few short bits of songs like Pictures Of Matchstick Men, Spinning Wheel Blues and In My Chair on a acoustic guitar. Intermission (about 20 minutes),

Part 2 - Q&A (about 40+ minutes). He ended the evening with a rendition of Caroline (sometimes also Marguerita Time). After the show he'll be signing his new book and album but only signed the book and CD if you buy it at the venue (both for £ 20).  

Tour notes: Due to scheduling difficulties, the six dates planned for Eire and nothern Ireland in may 2020 will not take place and are cancelled (19/05/ Coleraine, 20/05/ Sligo, 21/05/ Dundalk, 22/05/ Cork, 23/05/ Mullingar and 24/05/ Galway).

 

2019

 

20/03/ UK, Whitley Bay - Playhouse

21/03/ UK, Stirling - Albert Halls

22/03/ UK, Kilmarnock - Grand Hall

23/03/ UK, Dunfermline - Carnegie Hall

24/03/ UK, Greenock - Beacon Arts Centre

27/03/ UK, Leamington - Royal Spa Centre

28/03/ UK, Lincoln - New Theatre Royal | 93' min. AUD Quality:  3 +

29/03/ UK, Shrewsbury - Theatre Severn

30/03/ UK, Birmingham - Town Hall

31/03/ UK, Crewe - Lyceum

03/04/ UK, Richmond - Theatre

04/04/ UK, Coventry - Albany Theatre

05/04/ UK, Porthcawl - Grand Pavilion

06/04/ UK, Brierley Hill - Civic Hall

07/04/ UK, Preston - Guild Hall

24/04/ UK, Bury St Edmunds - The Apex | 96' min. AUD Quality:  3

25/04/ UK, Cheltenham - Town Hall

26/04/ UK, Swindon - Wyvern Theatre

27/04/ UK, Watford - Coloseum

28/04/ UK, Southend - Palace Theatre

01/05/ UK, Lancaster - Grand Theatre

02/05/ UK, Harrogate - Theatre

03/05/ UK, Newark - Palace Theatre | 90' min. AUD Quality:  3 +

04/05/ UK, Leeds - City Varieties

05/05/ UK, Loughborough - Town Hall

08/05/ UK, Reading - Hexagon

09/05/ UK, Worthing - Pavilion

10/05/ UK, Hayes - Beck Theatre

11/05/ UK, Bromley - Churchill Theatre

12/05/ UK, Wycombe - Swan Theatre

15/05/ UK, Aldershot - Princes Hall

16/06/ UK, Exeter - Corn Exchange

17/05/ UK, Folkstone - Leas Cliff Hall

18/05/ UK, Clacton - West Cliff Theatre

19/05/ UK, Dartford - Orchard Theatre

20/05/ UK, King's Lynn - Corn Exchange

09/10/ UK, Cheltenham - Forum (Literature Festival 2019 hosted by Andrew Richardson)

 

 

2020

 

11/03/ UK, Wimborne - Tivoli

12/03/ UK, Basingstoke - Anvil

13/03/ UK, Yeovil - Westlands

14/03/ UK, Streets - Strode Theatre

15/03/ UK, Margate - Theatre Royal

19/03/ UK, Kettering - Lighthouse Theatre

20/03/ UK, Stamford - Corn Exchange

21/03/ UK, Wrexham - William Aston Hall

22/03/ UK, Stafford - Gatehouse

23/03/ UK, Leicester - De Montford Hall

25/03/ UK, Redditch - Palace Theatre

26/03/ UK, Telford - Oakengates Theatre

27/03/ UK, Chesterfield - Winding Wheel

28/03/ UK, Aberystwyth - University Concert Hall

29/03/ UK, Hereford - Courtyard

31/03/ UK, Stockport - Plaza Theatre

01/04/ UK, Northallerton - Forum

02/04/ UK, Scarborough - Spa Theatre

03/04/ UK; Leeds - City Varieties

04/04/ UK, Middlesbrough - Town Hall

05/04/ UK, Yarm - School

06/04/ UK, Newcastle - Tyne Theatre

22/04/ UK, Camberley - Theatre

23/04/ UK, Stevenage - Gordon Craig Theatre

24/04/ UK, Isle Of Wright - Shanklin Theatre

25/04/ UK, Exmouth - Pavilion

26/04/ UK, Ilfracombe - Landmark Theatre

29/04/ UK, Corby - Cube

30/04/ UK, Hull - City Hall

01/05/ UK, Dorking - Dorking Halls

02/05/ UK, Maidstone - Hazlitt Theatre

03/05/ UK, Hastings - White Rock

05/05/ UK, Peterborough - Cresset Theatre

06/05/ UK, St. Albans - Alban Arena

07/05/ UK, Crawley - The Hawth

08/05/ UK, Bedford - Corn Exchange

09/05/ UK, Ipswich - Corn Exchange

13/05/ UK, Newport - Riverfront

14/05/ UK, Neath - Gwyn Hall

15/05/ UK, Brecon - Theatr Brycheiniog

16/05/ UK, Newton - Theatre Hafren

17/05/ UK, Treorchy - Park and Dare Theatre

27/05/ UK, Bradford - St. George's

28/05/ UK, Musselburgh - Brunton

29/05/ UK, Dunfermline - Alhambra

30/05/ UK, Dundee - Rep

31/05/ UK, Durham - Gala Theatre

03/06/ UK, Lincoln - Theatre Royal

04/06/ UK, Runcorn - The Brindley

05/06/ UK, Colwyn Bay - Theatre

06/06/ UK, Wellingborough - Castle Theatre

07/06/ UK, Wolverhampton - Grand Theatre

08/06/ UK, Winchester - Theatre Royal

09/06/ UK, Portsmouth - New Theatre Royal