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Tuesday March 1st 1977

friars aylesbury phase three - vale hall, civic centre, market square, aylesbury

pictures from this gig in the galleries

 
Iggy Pop
The Vibrators
 
related friars history (click on date)
I ggy Pop Saturday February 2nd 1980

David Bowie Saturday September 25th 1971 Saturday January 29th 1972  Saturday July 15th 1972

The Vibrators  Saturday November 20th 1976   Saturday June 11th 1977

The Boyfriends (Pat Collier) Saturday March 25th 1978 Saturday September 2nd 1978

 
setlist
THE IDIOT TOUR 77: Raw Power; TV Eye; Dirt; 1969; Turn Blue; Fun Time; Gimme Danger; No Fun; Sister Midnight; I Need Somebody;Search and Destroy; I Wanna Be Your Dog; Tonight; Some Weird Sin; China Girl
 
band line up
Iggy Pop
Iggy Pop (vocs) David Bowie (keys)  Hunt Sales (drums) Tony Sales (bass)  Ricky Gardiner (guitar)
The VIBRATORS
Ian Knox (vocs) Pat Collier (bass) John Ellis (guitar) John Edwards (drums)
 
gig poster and flyer (click to enlarge flyer)

 
 
ticket
 
memories
 
 
press cuttings

thanks to graham britten for the below

 
what happened next
You can't keep a good man down - Iggy's solo career has continued to today with varying degrees of success and even reformed the Stooges in 2004. One of Iggy's most definable songs, Lust For Life, is possibly most associated with the British film Trainspotting. He has been covered by the likes of Siouxsie and the Banshees

As at 2010 onwards, he is also familiar to millions as the face of the Swiftcover insurance adverts

 
odds and trivia
 yes, stiff little fingers took their name from the vibrators song.
official web presence
Iggy Pop official site
 
sound and vision
 

Iggy Pop - China Girl 

 
 
The Vibrators - Stiff Little Fingers
 
 

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