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Rick Derringer

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Rick Derringer (born Richard Zehringer) is an American guitarist and vocalist. When he was seventeen years old, his band The McCoys recorded "Hang on Sloopy" in the summer of 1965, which became the number one song in America before "Yesterday" by The Beatles knocked it out of the top spot.


Released: 1970


Eventsort descending Date Venue City Region Country
Aerosmith 07/24/1976 Exhibition Stadium Toronto Ontario Canada
Aerosmith 09/12/1976 Anaheim Stadium Anaheim California USA
Aerosmith 08/27/1976 Cow Palace Daly City California USA
Aerosmith 12/11/1977 Montréal Forum Montréal Quebec Canada
Atlanta Rhythm Section 08/18/1978 Dothan Civic Center Dothan Alabama USA
Blue Öyster Cult 03/05/1977 Hollywood Sportatorium Pembroke Pines Florida USA
Blue Öyster Cult 03/04/1977 Lakeland Civic Center Lakeland Florida USA
Boston 03/24/1977 Kiel Auditorium St. Louis Missouri USA
Boston 05/03/1977 Hartford Civic Center Hartford Connecticut USA
Boston 04/24/1977 Charleston Civic Center Arena Charleston West Virginia USA
Boston 05/02/1977 Montréal Forum Montréal Quebec Canada
Boston 02/28/1977 NDU Athletic & Convocation Center South Bend Indiana USA
Carmine Appice / Rick Derringer 03/26/1982 Uptown Theatre (KC) Kansas City Missouri USA
Carmine Appice / Rick Derringer 03/31/1982 Heaven Pittsburgh Pennsylvania USA
Day on the Green #6 07/23/1977 Oakland Coliseum Oakland California USA
Day on the Green #7 07/24/1977 Oakland Coliseum Oakland California USA
Derringer 01/21/1979 Agora Ballroom (Y) Youngstown Ohio USA
Derringer 02/03/1979 Tower Theater Upper Darby Pennsylvania USA
Derringer 10/11/1978 Texas Opry House Houston Texas USA
Derringer 01/09/1977 Tomorrow Youngstown Ohio USA
Derringer 09/30/1978 California Theatre San Diego California USA
Derringer 04/17/1977 Tomorrow Youngstown Ohio USA
Edgar Winter 09/18/1981 JB Scott's Albany New York USA
Edgar Winter 11/14/1975 St. Paul Civic Center St. Paul Minnesota USA
Foghat 01/14/1977 Curtis Hixon Hall Tampa Florida USA