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Black Oak Arkansas

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1970-present

Black Oak Arkansas is an American Southern rock band named after the band's hometown of Black Oak, Arkansas. The band reached the height of its fame in the 1970s with ten charting albums released in that decade. Their style is punctuated by multiple guitar players and the raspy voice and on-stage antics of vocalist Jim "Dandy" Mangrum.

Concerts

Event Date Venue City Region Country
Black Oak Arkansas 04/24/1970 Beach House Venice California USA
Black Oak Arkansas 04/25/1970 Beach House Venice California USA
Iron Butterfly 08/24/1970 Fillmore West San Francisco California USA
Iron Butterfly 08/25/1970 Fillmore West San Francisco California USA
Iron Butterfly 08/26/1970 Fillmore West San Francisco California USA
Iron Butterfly 10/30/1970 Academy of Music NYC New York USA
Iron Butterfly 10/31/1970 Academy of Music NYC New York USA
Black Sabbath 07/28/1971 Gaelic Park The Bronx New York USA
Black Oak Arkansas 08/14/1971 Long Beach Municipal Auditorium Long Beach California USA
Black Oak Arkansas / Mountain 12/13/1971 Academy of Music NYC New York USA
Black Oak Arkansas / Mountain 12/14/1971 Academy of Music NYC New York USA
Black Oak Arkansas 02/13/1972 The Warehouse (NOLA) New Orleans Louisiana USA
King Crimson 02/17/1972 Arie Crown Theater Chicago Illinois USA
Black Oak Arkansas 03/08/1972 Riverside Theatre Milwaukee Wisconsin USA
Deep Purple 06/02/1972 Winterland Ballroom San Francisco California USA
Deep Purple 06/03/1972 Winterland Ballroom San Francisco California USA
Edgar Winter 06/17/1972 Hollywood Sportatorium Pembroke Pines Florida USA
Black Oak Arkansas 07/01/1972 Civic Center Music Hall Oklahoma City Oklahoma USA
Rock Festival 07/02/1972 Bosse High School Evansville Indiana USA
Three Dog Night 07/15/1972 Met Center Bloomington Minnesota USA
Black Sabbath 07/28/1972 Cole Field House College Park Maryland USA
Black Sabbath 07/29/1972 Asbury Park Convention Hall Asbury Park New Jersey USA
Yes 08/10/1972 Hara Arena Trotwood Ohio USA
Emerson, Lake & Palmer 08/13/1972 Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs New York USA
Emerson, Lake & Palmer 08/15/1972 Montréal Forum Montréal Quebec Canada

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