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Red Rider

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1979-1989, 2002-present
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Red Rider are a Canadian rock band popular in the 1980s. They are best known for their song "Lunatic Fringe" which was #1 for 16 straight weeks on the American AOR charts in late 1981.

Concerts

Event Date Venue City Region Country
Red Rider 04/17/1980 Le Pretzel Montréal Quebec Canada
Red Rider 04/18/1980 Le Pretzel Montréal Quebec Canada
April Wine 05/09/1980 Victoria Memorial Arena Victoria British Columbia Canada
April Wine 05/10/1980 Pacific Coliseum Vancouver British Columbia Canada
April Wine 05/13/1980 Northlands Coliseum Edmonton Alberta Canada
The Kinks 09/04/1981 Seattle Center Coliseum Seattle Washington USA
The Kinks 09/05/1981 Pacific Coliseum Vancouver British Columbia Canada
The Kinks 09/11/1981 Kansas City Municipal Auditorium Arena Kansas City Missouri USA
The Kinks 09/13/1981 Met Center Bloomington Minnesota USA
The Kinks 09/19/1981 Millet Hall Oxford Ohio USA
The Kinks 09/26/1981 Montréal Forum Montréal Quebec Canada
The Kinks 09/30/1981 Providence Civic Center Providence Rhode Island USA
The Kinks 10/04/1981 The Spectrum Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA
The Kinks 10/06/1981 The Spectrum Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA
The Kinks 10/11/1981 Leon County Civic Center Tallahassee Florida USA
The Beach Boys 10/27/1981 Saenger Theatre New Orleans Louisiana USA
Jefferson Starship 11/03/1981 Stanley Theatre Pittsburgh Pennsylvania USA
The Marshall Tucker Band 11/12/1981 Springfield Civic Center Springfield Massachusetts USA
The Marshall Tucker Band 11/12/1981 Springfield Civic Center Springfield Massachusetts USA
Journey 12/04/1981 Seattle Center Coliseum Seattle Washington USA
Journey 12/05/1981 Seattle Center Coliseum Seattle Washington USA
Journey 12/06/1981 Seattle Center Coliseum Seattle Washington USA
The J. Geils Band 12/10/1981 Richfield Coliseum Richfield Ohio USA
The J. Geils Band 12/11/1981 Toledo Sports Arena Toledo Ohio USA
REO Speedwagon 02/02/1983 Lakeland Civic Center Lakeland Florida USA

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