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Dr. John

Born: 
11/21/1940
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Years Active: 
1950's-present
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Malcolm John "Mac" Rebennack, Jr., better known by the stage name Dr. John (also Dr. John Creaux, or Dr. John the Night Tripper), is an American singer-songwriter, pianist and guitarist, whose music combines blues, pop, jazz as well as zydeco, boogie woogie and rock and roll.

Discography

Released: 1966
Released: 1972

Concerts

Event Date Venue City Region Country
Dr. John 09/23/1969 Whisky a Go Go West Hollywood California USA
Dr. John 09/24/1969 Whisky a Go Go West Hollywood California USA
Dr. John 09/25/1969 Whisky a Go Go West Hollywood California USA
Dr. John 09/26/1969 Whisky a Go Go West Hollywood California USA
Dr. John 09/27/1969 Whisky a Go Go West Hollywood California USA
Dr. John 09/28/1969 Whisky a Go Go West Hollywood California USA
Vanilla Fudge 10/10/1969 Fillmore East NYC New York USA
Vanilla Fudge 10/11/1969 Fillmore East NYC New York USA
Dr. John / Tony Williams Lifetime 10/12/1969 Ungano's NYC New York USA
Dr. John / Tony Williams Lifetime 10/13/1969 Ungano's NYC New York USA
Dr. John / Tony Williams Lifetime 10/14/1969 Ungano's NYC New York USA
Dr. John / Tony Williams Lifetime 10/15/1969 Ungano's NYC New York USA
Dr. John 10/17/1969 Fantasy East The Bronx New York USA
Dr. John 10/18/1969 Fantasy East The Bronx New York USA
Kralingen Music Festival 06/27/1970 Kralingse Bos Rotterdam South Holland Netherlands
Bath Festival of Blues & Progressive Music 06/28/1970 Royal Bath & West Showground Shepton Mallet Somerset England
New York Pop Festival 07/19/1970 Downing Stadium NYC New York USA
Delaney & Bonnie & Friends 07/24/1970 Action House Island Park New York USA
Dr. John 07/24/1970 Ungano's NYC New York USA
Dr. John 07/25/1970 Ungano's NYC New York USA
Dr. John 10/22/1971 Beacon Theatre NYC New York USA
Dr. John 10/23/1971 Beacon Theatre NYC New York USA
The Allman Brothers Band 12/29/1971 The Spectrum Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA
Dr. John 02/12/1972 The Warehouse (NOLA) New Orleans Louisiana USA
Emerson, Lake & Palmer 04/08/1972 Buffalo Memorial Auditorium Buffalo New York USA

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