Here's a list of concerts, gigs and TV performances by Mr. Mister in chronological
This page has been completely revised by Pat Mastelotto. Thankx Pat!
1983 - 1984:
Promo gigs for "I wear the face":
- Westcoast tour as support act for Madness and Adam Ant & The Ants.
- Midwest tour as support act for Berlin & The Eurythmics.
- Appearance on 'Solid Gold'.
- Appearance on 'Rock Palace'.
- Appearance on 'American Bandstand'.
- Appearance on 'The Alan Thick Show' were they a live simulcast - the first stereo!
American tour as support act for Heart.
Support act on Don Henley's 'Building the perfect beast Tour'.
Date City Venue
20 SEP '85
ASU Activity Center
BEGIN OCT '85 Los Angeles, California Universal Amphitheatre
Live performance at the MTV Awards. (? not sure?)
OCTOBER - DECEMBER 1985:
- Support act on Tina Turner's 'Private dancer Tour':
Date City Venue
18 OCT '85
ASU Activity Center
19 OCT '85 Las Cruces, New Mexico Pan American Center
20 OCT '85 Albuquerque, New Mexico Tingley Coliseum
23 OCT '85 Wichita, Kansas KS Coliseum
24 OCT '85 Springfield, Missouri Hammond Center
25 OCT '85 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Myriad
26 OCT '85 Kansas City, Missouri Kemper
27 OCT '85 St. Louis, Missouri Kiel Auditorium
30 OCT '85 Little Rock, Arkansas Barton
31 OCT '85 Tulsa, Oklahoma Ass. Center
01 NOV '85 Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas Reunion Arena
02 NOV '85 Austin, Texas Erwin Events Center
03 NOV '85 Houston, Texas Summit
06 NOV '85 Baton Rouge, Louisiana LSU Assembly Center
07 NOV '85 Tallahassee, Florida Leon City Center
08 NOV '85 Auburn, Alabama Auburn Memorial Coliseum
09 NOV '85 Chattanooga, Tennessee UTC
10 NOV '85 Memphis, Tennessee Mid South
13 NOV '85 Shreveport, Louisiana Hirsch Coliseum
14 NOV '85 Starkville, Mississippi Humphrey
15 NOV '85 Birmingham, Alabama Jefferson Coliseum
16 NOV '85 Murfreesboro, Tennessee Murphy Center
17 NOV '85 Knoxville, Tennessee Stokely Center
20 NOV '85 Morgantown, West Virginia WVU Gym
21 NOV '85 Roanoke, Virginia Civic
22 NOV '85 Hampton, Virginia Hampton Coliseum
23 NOV '85 Greensboro, North Carolina Civic
24 NOV '85 Columbia, South Carolina Coliseum
27 NOV '85 Atlanta, Georgia Omni
29 NOV '85 Richmond, Virginia Coliseum
30 NOV '85 Charlotte, North Carolina Coliseum
01 DEC '85 Jacksonville, Florida ?
02 DEC '85 Miami, Florida Sportatorium
- The video for "Kyrie" was shot in Miami, the last day of the Tina Turner tour.
- Some cancelled dates:
03 DEC '85
06 DEC '85 Chicago, Illinois Bissmark
07 DEC '85 Cincinnati, Ohio Bogarts
08 DEC '85 Cleveland, Ohio Varty Arts
- 07 DEC '85: Appearance on NBC-TV's "Saturday Night Live".
- Live gigs:
09 DEC '85
10 DEC '85 Washington DC, Maryland Byoc
12 DEC '85 Penn, New Jersey Bratt's
13 DEC '85 Boston, Massachussets Paradise
14 DEC '85 New York, New York Ritz (this show was recorded live for K.B.F.H.)
18 DEC '85 San Diego, California ?
19 DEC '85 Fresno, California Selland Arena
21 DEC '85 Portland, Oregon Coliseum
22 DEC '85 Seattle, Washington Coliseum
- Live performance at the American Music Awards.
- Begin January: appearance in 'Top of the Pops' TV Show for BBC (United Kingdom).
- Next day: Play at N.A.M.M. IN Los Angeles.
European promo trip for three weeks (some dates):
19 FEB '86
Live performance in 'Wogan'show with Terry Wogan (U.K.)
20 FEB '86 BBC Interview with Roger Scott (United Kingdom)
20 FEB '86 Live gig at The Marquee, London (United Kingdom)
22 FEB '86 Live performance in Saturday Night Live (United Kingdom)
?? FEB '86 Performance in BRT's 'Mike' show (Belgium)
?? FEB '86 Interview with Erik De Zwart and Tom Mulder for TROS
?? FEB '86 Live performance at San Remo Festival in Italy
- Live concert with Starship at Hayden Plaza in Daytona
Beach, Florida - broadcasted
by MTV for Springbreak USA, with VJ Martha Quinn.
- Nomination for a Grammy Award for 'Best Pop Group
Vocal' for "Broken wings" +
- Appearance in MTV's Guest VJ Hour (recorded: March 24th - air date: April 22nd).
- Three weeks tour in Canada and Australia.
- Live concert on April 26th: performance for the anti
drugs abuse benefit "Concert
that counts" together with Toto, Bangles, Marillion, Bon Jovi, Madonna, George
Michael, Sheena Easton, Beach Boys, Aretha Franklin and Pointer Sisters at The
Rose Bowl in Los Angeles, California. The concert was organised by Hal Uplinger
and Tony Verna.
- Live performance on NBC-TV's 'Saturday Night Live'
- Japanese Tour:
Date City Venue
26 APR '86
Shinjuku Kosei-Nenkin Hall
28 APR '86 Osaka Festival Hall
29 APR '86 Tokyo Shinjuku Kosei-Nenkin Hall
30 APR '86 Tokyo Shinjuku Kosei-Nenkin Hall
01 MAY '86 Nagoya Shimin Kaikan
MAY - JUNE 1986:
- 27 MAY '86: Promotional work for 'Hands acroos America' project.
- Disneyland gigs: on May 23rd and 30th, on June 6th, 12th, 13th,
- May: Concert in Fort Worth, Texas.
JULY - OCTOBER 1986:
- 04 AUG '86: Appearance on Howard Stern's Show.
- September 1986: Live performance at the MTV Awards
- 'Welcome to the real world tour' (some dates in August with The Bangles):
Date City Venue
19 JUL '86
Riverfest main stage
23 JUL '86 Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Blossom Music Festival
25 JUL '86 Columbia, Maryland Merriweather Post Pavilion
26 JUL '86 Harrington, Delaware Delaware State Fair
28 JUL '86 Montreal, Quebec (Canada) La Ronde
29 JUL '86 Mansfield, Massachussets Great Woods
31 JUL '86 Allentown, Philadelphia Allentown Fair
01 AUG '86 Jackson, New Jersey Six Flaggs
02 AUG '86 Providence, Rhode Island Civic Center
03 AUG '86 Wantagh, New York Jones Beach Music Center
04 AUG '86 New York, New York The Pier
07 AUG '86 Philadelphia, Philadelphia Mann Music Center (cancelled)
08 AUG '86 Canandaigua, New York Finger Lakes
09 AUG '86 Buffalo, New York Darien Lakes/ Lakeside Amph.
10 AUG '86 Columbus, Ohio Ohio State Fair
13 AUG '86 Battle Creek, Michigan Kellogg Center Arena
14 AUG '86 Troy - Clarkston, Michigan Pine Knob
16 AUG '86 Sedalia, Missouri Grand Stand
17 AUG '86 Springfield, Illinois Prairie Capitol Convention
18 AUG '86 Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana State Fairgrounds
19 AUG '86 Hoffman Estates, Illinois Poplar Creek
21 AUG '86 Pensacola, Florida Civic Center (cancelled)
22 AUG '86 Birmingham, Alabama Oak Mountain Amphitheatre
(+ presentation of the nominations for the 3rd Annual MTV Video Awards together with The Bangles at the Hard Rock Cafe)
23 AUG '86
Kentucky State Fair
24 AUG '86 Nashville, Tennessee Starwood Amphitheatre
27 AUG '86 Cincinnati, Ohio Riverbend
28 AUG '86 Hannibal, Missouri Riverfront Amphitheatre
29 AUG '86 St. Luois, Missouri Six Flaggs
30 AUG '86 Lincoln, Nebraska Nebraska State Fair
01 SEP '86 Denver, Colorado Marriot
02 SEP '86 Lakewood, Colorado Red Rocks
05 SEP '86 Live appearance on MTV Video Awards in Los Angeles, CA
27 SEP '86 Concord, California Concord Pavilion
28 SEP '86 Mountain View, California Shoreline Amphitheatre
29 SEP '86 Chico, California Fairgrounds
30 SEP '86 Bakersfield, California Kern County Fair
03 OCT '86 Los Angeles, California Greek Theatre
04 OCT '86 Los Angeles, California Greek Theatre
05 OCT '86 Costa Mesa, California Pacific Amphitheathe
07 OCT '86 Ventura, California Ventura Fair
08 OCT '86 Fresno, California Grand Stand
The following initial tour dates were cancelled:
09 SEP '86
Kansas State Fair
11 SEP '86 Springfield, Missouri Hammond Center
12 SEP '86 Bonner Springs, Missouri Sandstone Amphitheatre
13 SEP '86 Fayetteville, Missouri Barnhill Arena
14 SEP '86 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Zoo Amphitheatre
17 SEP '86 Monroe, North Carolina Ewing Coliseum
18 SEP '86 Tyler, Texas Oil Palace
19 SEP '86 Austin, Texas Erwin Events Center
20 SEP '86 Arlington, Texas Six Flaggs
21 SEP '86 Lubbock, Texas Tech. Mun. College
22 SEP '86 Portales, New Mexico East NM Univ. Greyhound Arena
14 OCT '86
17 OCT '86 Hawaii, Hawaii Blaisdell Arena
24 OCT '86 Phoenix, Arizona Arizona State Fair
American Music Awards: "Videos from the real
world" had been nominated as 'Best
Home Video, Long Form' by the National Academy of Video Arts and Sciences.
Together with Robert Kool Bell (lead singer of Kool & The Gang), Richard Page
presented the award for 'Best Pop Video by a Female Artist', won by Madonna.
OCTOBER - NOVEMBER 1987:
'Go on ... European Promo Tour' with T'Pau as support act: initially
but later cancelled and replaced by a European tour from November 8th till 23rd.
Date City Venue
28 OCT '87
Den Haag, Netherlands
30 OCT '87 Deinze, Belgium Brielpoort
31 OCT '87 Paris, France La Cigalle
03 NOV '87 Zurich, Switzerland Volkshause
04 NOV '87 Genève, Switzerland Salles des Fêtes
06 NOV '87 Dortmund, Germany Peters Pop
07 NOV '87 Dortmund, Germany Show
08 NOV '87 Bonn, Germany Bisquithalle
09 NOV '87 Hannover, Germany Kuppelsaal
11 NOV '87 Copenhagen, Denmark Saga
12 NOV '87 Stockholm, Sweden Draken
14 NOV '87 Oslo, Norway Rockefeller
15 NOV '87 Berlin, Germany Metropol
16 NOV '87 Frankfurt, Germany Offenbach Stadthalle
17 NOV '87 Hamburg, Germany Knopf's Music Hall
19 NOV '87 Nürnberg, Germany Fürth Erlanger Stadthalle
20 NOV '87 Heilbronn, Germany ?
21 NOV' 87 Ludwigshafen, Germany Ebert
22 NOV '87 München, Germany Deutsches Museum
24 NOV '87 Wien, Austria Sports Halle
27 NOV '87 Manchester, England Apollo
28 NOV '87 London, England Hammersmith
29 NOV '87 London, England Hammersmith
(actual tour dates were from November 8th till November 23rd 1987).
Short USA Tour with Heart.
18 FEB '88: International Festival of Song in Vina del Mar, Chile.
02 MAR '88: "Healing waters" had been nominated
by the National Academy of
Recording Arts and Sciences for a Grammy Award for 'Best Gospel Performance by
a Duo or Group'. The 30th Annual Grammy Awards event was aired live from the
Radio City Music Hall in N.Y.C., New York.
Last live gig was in Tempe, Arizona; a benefit for a police
officer's family who was
killed in the line of duty
Performance in 'The Late Show' with David Letterman. (?cancelled?)
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