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WAR

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1969-present
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War (originally called Eric Burdon and War) is an American funk band from California, known for the hit songs "Low Rider", "Spill the Wine", "The Cisco Kid", "The World Is a Ghetto", and "Why Can't We Be Friends?".

Concerts

Event Date Venue City Regionsort descending Country
WAR 03/22/1980 Phoenix Veterans Memorial Coliseum Phoenix Arizona USA
WAR 03/10/1978 Celebrity Theatre Phoenix Arizona USA
Kool Jazz Festival 06/01/1979 Milwaukee County Stadium Milwaukee Wisconsin USA
WAR 01/22/1973 Philharmonic Hall NYC New York USA
Newport Jazz Festival New York 07/04/1973 Shea Stadium Flushing New York USA
Earth, Wind & Fire / WAR 05/16/1974 Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Uniondale New York USA
Average White Band 10/22/1977 Dallas Convention Center Dallas Texas USA
Average White Band 10/23/1977 The Summit Houston Texas USA
WAR 05/15/1972 Syria Mosque Pittsburgh Pennsylvania USA
WAR 08/27/1975 Pittsburgh Civic Arena Pittsburgh Pennsylvania USA
Frank Zappa & the Mothers of Invention 10/22/1970 Hamer Hall California Pennsylvania USA
WAR 01/20/1973 The Spectrum Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA
4th Quaker City Rock Festival 10/23/1970 The Spectrum Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA
WAR 01/19/1972 The Spectrum Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA
WAR / Average White Band 12/02/1995 Heinz Hall Pittsburgh Pennsylvania USA
WAR 08/31/1975 International Amphitheatre Chicago Illinois USA
WAR 03/12/1989 George's Chicago Illinois USA
WAR 01/02/1976 Circle Star Theatre San Carlos California USA
WAR 10/15/1978 Old Waldorf San Francisco California USA
WAR 01/03/1976 Circle Star Theatre San Carlos California USA
WAR 10/16/1978 Old Waldorf San Francisco California USA
Eric Burdon & WAR 09/21/1969 Whisky a Go Go West Hollywood California USA
Goodbye VD Benefit 05/05/1971 Fillmore West San Francisco California USA
WAR 10/17/1978 Old Waldorf San Francisco California USA
Eric Burdon & WAR 09/19/1969 Whisky a Go Go West Hollywood California USA

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