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Dr. Hook

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Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show, shortened in 1975 to Dr. Hook, was an American rock band, formed around Union City, New Jersey. They enjoyed considerable commercial success in the 1970s with hit singles including "Sylvia's Mother", "The Cover of the Rolling Stone", "A Little Bit More" and "When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman".

Concerts

Eventsort descending Date Venue City Region Country
Blood, Sweat & Tears 02/02/1973 Hampton Coliseum Hampton Virginia USA
Dr. Hook 05/26/1978 Melbourne Festival Hall Melbourne Victoria Australia
Dr. Hook 04/24/1980 Glasgow Apollo Glasgow City Centre Scotland
Dr. Hook 01/19/1980 Worcester Memorial Auditorium Worcester Massachusetts USA
Dr. Hook 06/02/1979 PNE Garden Auditorium Vancouver British Columbia Canada
Dr. Hook 04/25/1980 Glasgow Apollo Glasgow City Centre Scotland
Dr. Hook 10/20/1981 Glasgow Apollo Glasgow City Centre Scotland
Dr. Hook 10/19/1977 Brighton Centre Brighton South East England England
Dr. Hook 07/03/1981 Reseda Country Club Reseda California USA
Dr. Hook 08/16/1972 Bitter End NYC New York USA
Dr. Hook 10/21/1981 Glasgow Apollo Glasgow City Centre Scotland
Dr. Hook 10/12/1977 Sophia Gardens Pavilion Cardiff South Glamorgan Wales
Dr. Hook 03/24/1982 Reseda Country Club Reseda California USA
Dr. Hook 08/17/1972 Bitter End NYC New York USA
Dr. Hook 10/11/1977 New Bingley Hall Stafford West Midlands England
Dr. Hook 08/18/1972 Bitter End NYC New York USA
Dr. Hook 02/13/1977 Tomorrow Youngstown Ohio USA
Dr. Hook 10/06/1977 Belle Vue Zoological Gardens Manchester Greater Manchester England
Dr. Hook 08/19/1972 Bitter End NYC New York USA
Dr. Hook 08/07/1977 Tomorrow Youngstown Ohio USA
Dr. Hook 10/16/1977 Rainbow Theatre London Finsbury Park England
Dr. Hook 08/20/1972 Bitter End NYC New York USA
Dr. Hook 05/08/1979 Hamilton Place Theatre Hamilton Ontario Canada
Dr. Hook 04/26/1976 Tomorrow Youngstown Ohio USA
Dr. Hook 10/15/1977 Rainbow Theatre London Finsbury Park England

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