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PostPosted: Sun November 23rd, 2014, 02:25 GMT 
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Never Ending Bands - Number of Shows per Band
The 23 NET Bands, from the most shows working down


The Current Band is the 21st NET Incarnation

ER Citizen, Masked And Anonymous, did some nice research at bjorner.com.

The list is worth sharing as it's own thread.
So here it is...


Which NET Incarnations do you like to reminisce about?

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For all those who care about the numbers, tonight's show (Philly Night #2, 22 Nov 2014) is #441 of the 21st NET Band and ties the all-time NET record for most shows played together with the 20th NET Band (Denny Freeman on guitar instead of Charlie.) I hope everyone in Philly has a great time at the show. Tomorrow night's show will set the record at #442.

I posted this in the Bob is a touring machine thread already but for anyone who wants to know the all-time NET Band totals (if the current band stays together through December 3, 2014 and doesn't add any more shows to the current tour) here are the stats with the band members and the start and end dates of each band:

1. 21st Band - 449 shows - 10-4-09 to 12-3-14 (and beyond I hope) Tony Garnier on Bass, George Receli on Drums, Stu Kimball on Rhythm Guitar, Donnie Herron on Pedal steel, Lap Steel, Banjo, Violin, and Mandolin, Charlie Sexton on Lead Guitar
2. 20th NET Band- 441 shows - 4-15-05 to 8-16-09 Tony Garnier, George Receli, Stu Kimball, Donnie Herron, and Denny Freeman on Lead Guitar
3. 9th NET Band- 358 shows - 2-5-93 to 8-4-96 Tony Garnier, Bucky Baxter on Pedal Steel and Slide Guitar, John Jackson on Guitar, and Winston Watson on Drums
4. 12th NET Band- 288 shows - 6-5-99 to 11-24-01 Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell on Guitar, Pedal Steel, Lap Steel, Mandolin, and Cittern, Charlie Sexton, and David Kemper on Drums
5. 11th NET Band- 242 shows - 3-31-97 to 5-2-99 Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell on Guitar, Bucky Baxter on Pedal Steel and Slide Guitar, and David Kemper
6. 2nd NET Band- 163 shows - 6-3-89 to 10-19-90 G.E. Smith on Guitar, Tony Garnier, and Christopher Parker on Drums
7. 16th NET Band- 94 shows - 4-18-03 to 4-14-04 Tony Garnier, George Receli, Larry Campbell, and Freddie Koella on Guitar
8. 13th NET Band- 91 shows - 1-31-02 to 11-22-02 Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell, Charlie Sexton, and George Receli
9. 5th NET Band- 80 shows - 4-19-91 to 11-20-91 Tony Garnier, John Jackson, and Ian Wallace on Drums
10. 1st NET Band- 78 shows - 6-7-88 to 6-8-89 G.E. Smith, Kenny Aaronson on Bass, and Christopher Parker
10. 18th NET Band- 78 shows - 6-4-04 to 11-21-04 Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell, George Receli, and Stu Kimball
12. 7th NET Band- 44 shows - 4-27-92 to 9-5-92 Tony Garnier, John Jackson, Bucky Baxter, and both Ian Wallace and Charlie Quintana on Drums
13. 10th NET Band- 39 shows - 10-17-96 to 2-24-97 Tony Garnier, John Jackson, Bucky Baxter, and David Kemper
14. 19th NET Band- 30 shows - 1st concert 3-7-05 to last concert 4-22-05 Tony Garnier, George Receli, Denny Freeman, Stu Kimball, Donnie Herron, and Elana Fremerman (now Elana James) on Violin
15. 22nd NET Band- 27 shows - 4-5-13 to 6-30-13 Tony Garnier, George Receli, Stu Kimball, Donnie Herron, and Duke Robillard on Guitar
16. 8th NET Band- 26 shows - 9-6-92 to 11-15-92 Tony Garnier, John Jackson, Bucky Baxter, and both Ian Wallace and Winston Watson on Drums
16. 17th NET Band- 26 shows - 2-28-04 to 4-4-04 Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell, Freddie Koella, and both George Receli and Richie Hayward on Drums
18. 3rd NET Band- 22 shows - 10-21-90 to 11-18-90 Tony Garnier, Christopher Parker, John Staehely on Guitar, and Cesar Diaz on Guitar
18. 6th NET Band- 22 shows - 3-18-92 to 4-24-92 Tony Garnier, John Jackson, Bucky Baxter, and Ian Wallace
20. 4th NET Band- 21 shows - 1-28-91 to 3-2-91 Tony Garnier, John Jackson, Cesar Diaz, and Ian Wallace
21. 14th NET Band- 16 shows - 1st show 4-23-02 and last show 5-12-02 Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell, Charlie Sexton, and Jim Keltner on Drums
22. 15th NET Band- 11 shows - 2-6-03 to 2-26-03 Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell, George Receli, and Bill Burnette on Guitar
22. 23rd NET Band- 11 shows - 1st show 7-15-13 and last show 8-4-13 Tony Garnier, George Receli, Stu Kimball, Donnie Herron, and Colin Linden on Guitar

Hopefully I didn't make any mistakes or typos. Apologies in advance if you find any. The best source for this info can be found at http://www.bjorner.com.


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PostPosted: Sun November 23rd, 2014, 02:29 GMT 
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Masked & Anonymous' nicely compiled list is rearranged here in reverse chronological order for a different point of view:


Never Ending Bands - Chronological Order
The 23 NET Bands, from present day looking back

The Current Band is the 21st NET Incarnation

23rd NET Band - 11 shows - 1st show 7-15-13 and last show 8-4-13
Tony Garnier, George Receli, Stu Kimball, Donnie Herron, and Colin Linden on Guitar

22nd NET Band - 27 shows - 4-5-13 to 6-30-13
Tony Garnier, George Receli, Stu Kimball, Donnie Herron, and Duke Robillard on Guitar

21st NET Band - 449 shows - 10-4-09 to 12-3-14 (+ ?)
Tony Garnier on Bass, George Receli on Drums, Stu Kimball on Rhythm Guitar, Donnie Herron on Pedal steel, Lap Steel, Banjo, Violin, and Mandolin, Charlie Sexton on Lead Guitar

20th NET Band - 441 shows - 4-15-05 to 8-16-09
Tony Garnier, George Receli, Stu Kimball, Donnie Herron, and Denny Freeman on Lead Guitar

19th NET Band - 30 shows - 3-7-05 to 4-22-05
Tony Garnier, George Receli, Denny Freeman, Stu Kimball, Donnie Herron, and Elana Fremerman (now Elana James) on Violin

18th NET Band - 78 shows - 6-4-04 to 11-21-04
Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell, George Receli, and Stu Kimball

17th NET Band - 26 shows - 2-28-04 to 4-4-04
Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell, Freddie Koella, and 2 drummers: George Receli and Richie Hayward

16th NET Band - 94 shows - 4-18-03 to 4-14-04
Tony Garnier, George Receli, Larry Campbell, and Freddie Koella on Guitar

15th NET Band - 11 shows - 2-6-03 to 2-26-03
Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell, George Receli, and Bill Burnette on Guitar

14th NET Band - 16 shows - 4-23-02 to 5-12-02
Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell, Charlie Sexton, and Jim Keltner on Drums

13th NET Band - 91 shows - 1-31-02 to 11-22-02
Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell, Charlie Sexton, and George Receli

12th NET Band - 288 shows - 6-5-99 to 11-24-01
Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell on Guitar, Pedal Steel, Lap Steel, Mandolin, and Cittern, Charlie Sexton, and David Kemper on Drums

11th NET Band - 242 shows - 3-31-97 to 5-2-99
Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell on Guitar, Bucky Baxter on Pedal Steel and Slide Guitar, and David Kemper on Drums

10th NET Band - 39 shows - 10-17-96 to 2-24-97
Tony Garnier, John Jackson, Bucky Baxter, and David Kemper

9th NET Band - 358 shows - 2-5-93 to 8-4-96
Tony Garnier, Bucky Baxter on Pedal Steel and Slide Guitar, John Jackson on Guitar, and Winston Watson on Drums

8th NET Band - 26 shows - 9-6-92 to 11-15-92
Tony Garnier, John Jackson, Bucky Baxter, and 2 Drummers: Ian Wallace and Winston Watson

7th NET Band - 44 shows - 4-27-92 to 9-5-92
Tony Garnier, John Jackson, Bucky Baxter, and 2 Drummers: Ian Wallace and Charlie Quintana

6th NET Band - 22 shows - 3-18-92 to 4-24-92
Tony Garnier, John Jackson, Bucky Baxter, and Ian Wallace

5th NET Band - 80 shows - 4-19-91 to 11-20-91
Tony Garnier, John Jackson, and Ian Wallace on Drums

4th NET Band - 21 shows - 1-28-91 to 3-2-91
Tony Garnier, John Jackson, Cesar Diaz, and Ian Wallace

3rd NET Band - 22 shows - 10-21-90 to 11-18-90
Tony Garnier, Christopher Parker, John Staehely on Guitar, and Cesar Diaz on Guitar

2nd NET Band - 163 shows - 6-3-89 to 10-19-90
G.E. Smith on Guitar, Tony Garnier, and Christopher Parker on Drums

1st NET Band - 78 shows - 6-7-88 to 6-8-89
G.E. Smith, Kenny Aaronson on Bass, and Christopher Parker


Hopefully I didn't make any mistakes or typos. Apologies in advance if you find any.
Masked says that the best source for this info can be found at http://www.bjorner.com.




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PostPosted: Sun November 23rd, 2014, 02:47 GMT 
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Good work Barefoot :D. Thanks for starting this thread. I love all of the NET Bands I've seen. The 21st, 12th, 13th, 20th, 19th, 9th, and 18th are the ones I've seen and I probably would rank them in this order. It's a toss-up between the 21st, 12th and 13th though.


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The one he used to call best band in the land. You know which one that was.


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PostPosted: Sun November 23rd, 2014, 10:38 GMT 
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The one he used to call best band in the land. You know which one that was.


The 12th, perhaps?


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Johanna Parker wrote:
The one he used to call best band in the land. You know which one that was.


The 12th, perhaps?


Any incarnation of Bob & Tony & Larry & Charlie & drummer.


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Incredible that the current lineup has surpassed the Denny Freeman lineup, which seemed to go on forever.

I've seen numbers 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22. The first was the best.


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I've seen 13, 14, 16 and 18 - 21.


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I've seen 1, 2, 5, 8, 12, 13, 18, 20, 21, & 22. Liked every show I saw altho' the '08 show here was a little weak.

1st NET band - The smallest band Bob ever took the stage with to that point, & the closest Bob ever came to punk rock. Aaronson was my favorite NET bass player. This band played the best versions of "Like a Rolling Stone"---just loved G.E. Smith's solo on that one. If this had been the NET from '88 till now, I woulda been perfectly happy with that.

8th NET band - Sometimes I think this was my favorite all around band coz I liked the combination of Jackson & Baxter together. Not sure I ever got the point of having 2 drummers. Just another illustration of how much the Grateful Dead influenced Bob & the NET.

12th & 13th NET band - Larry's time was a lotta fun. The guy could play anything with strings with the possible exception of his shoes. I loved the extended acoustic sets which featured Larry on any variety of instruments. If not for Larry, I never woulda heard a bouzouki in person.

20th NET band - Denny was my favorite NET guitarist & the one I saw most often. Sometimes he was called on to invent 2 or 3 solos in the same song & he always seemed to come up with something fresh. There were a few songs that I never liked until they were played live with this band; Denny made me see qualities in them that I hadn't noticed before. Denny owned "Rollin' and Tumblin.'" He didn't seem to have as much freedom later on in his tenure, but he was the star of the show I saw in '07. On that night he absolutely killed.

21st NET band - My least favorite, altho' I'm sure they're just playing the way Bob wants them to play. They strike me like a veteran studio band---certainly talented & competent, they have their parts down pat, but they so rarely play anything that makes me say Wow! The current set has way too many slow songs, often many consecutively, so I guess I should give these guys credit for just being able to stay awake. At the '10 show, Charlie annoyed me by hogging the center stage.

22nd NET band - It was cool to see Duke, long a favorite of mine, in the band. One of my favorite guitarists, but I can't call him my favorite NET guitarist coz the sample size is too small.


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For all those who care about the numbers, tonight's show (Philly Night #2, 22 Nov 2014) is #441 of the 21st NET Band and ties the all-time NET record for most shows played together with the 20th NET Band (Denny Freeman on guitar instead of Charlie.) I hope everyone in Philly has a great time at the show. Tomorrow night's show will set the record at #442.


So Masked, it looks like Wiggleson's 4-song private show sets the record. Funny.


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For all those who care about the numbers, tonight's show (Philly Night #2, 22 Nov 2014) is #441 of the 21st NET Band and ties the all-time NET record for most shows played together with the 20th NET Band (Denny Freeman on guitar instead of Charlie.) I hope everyone in Philly has a great time at the show. Tomorrow night's show will set the record at #442.


So Masked, it looks like Wiggleson's 4-song private show sets the record. Funny.


No, the private gig was supposed to be just Bob.


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That's a record in itself.

...Speaking of records, let's hope that Wiggles recorded it.


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This is excellent! I'm making a timeline of band members for the NET Wikipedia page and I'm wondering if someone could tell me exactly when Bob played guitar and when he played keys? Thanks!


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Your best source for this info would be to check out http://www.bjorner.com. It was the October 4, 2002 concert in Seattle where Bob got back to the piano/keyboard for the first time since June 16, 1991 in Stuttgart according to Olof but he didn't stop playing guitar entirely until many years later. I think November 9, 2012 in Chicago was the last time he played guitar but that could be wrong. I'll have to do a little more homework.


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PostPosted: Mon November 24th, 2014, 20:22 GMT 

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Nice thread, thanks guys.

Saw 5, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21

Loved the 9th NET band. Still do. They really looked like a band that just happened to have Bob as their front man.

Like JP said, the Campbell/Sexton years are hard to top. The 2000 shows were absolutely mind-blowing. Just too band that the shorter summer festival sets with Lesh and Simon fell into this era.

Since then, the band have become just backing musicians and while I'm there to see Bob, I still would to see him play with "a band" rather than an assortment of musicians.


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Ok, timeline is done. I know there's probably at least a few mistakes in there so if anyone sees something, please let me know!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Never_Ending_Tour#Timeline


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Great job SydKat! :D


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Thanks Masked :D
And thanks for pointing me in the direction of bjorner.com! It helped a lot.


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PostPosted: Tue November 25th, 2014, 02:53 GMT 
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SydKat wrote:
Ok, timeline is done. I know there's probably at least a few mistakes in there so if anyone sees something, please let me know!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Never_Ending_Tour#Timeline

First of all,
A big Hats Off to SydKat!
This is great. It blew the version that I had in my head right out of the Universe.
Right out. Grand slam!
Nicely done.
And thanks to Masked for getting this rolling.
And Bjorner.

Perhaps the next project could be the pre-NET days?


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Still Go Barefoot wrote:
Perhaps the next project could be the pre-NET days?

:shock: That would be a very large timeline...

And thanks! :)


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Just a note: some timelines (like this one) look blurry on some web browsers but clear on others. I've noticed that all the timelines I've made for Wikipedia look blurry on Mozilla Firefox but look much clearer on Google Chrome. So if the timeline looks blurry and you want to see a clearer version, I would suggest switching browsers. If anyone has a fix for this, it would be great appreciated :D


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Still Go Barefoot wrote:

Perhaps the next project could be the pre-NET days?


Here is the info your looking for direct from my personal spreadsheet. I apologize in advance for any typos or mistakes. The number at the end of each band is how many known shows each band combo played together. Olof gets all the credit from me for compiling this info on http://www.bjorner.com.


9/5/87-10/17/87 Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and The Queens Of Rhythm Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Tom Petty- Guitar, Mike Campbell- Guitar, Benmont Tench- Keyboards, Howie Epstein- Bass, Stan Lynch- Drums, The Queens Of Rhythm: Carolyn Dennis, Queen Esther Marrow, & Madelyn Quebec on backing vocals 30

7/4/87- 7/26/87 The Grateful Dead Bob Dylan- Vocal, Harmonica, Jerry Garcia- Guitar, Steel Guitar, Slide Guitar, Backup Vocal, Bob Weir- Guitar, Backup Vocal, Phil Lesh- Bass, Brent Mydland- Keyboards, Bill Kreutzmann & Mickey Hart- Drums 6

6/9/86-8/6/86 Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and The Queens Of Rhythm Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Tom Petty- Guitar, Vocal Mike Campbell- Guitar, Benmont Tench- Keyboards, Howie Epstein- Bass, Stan Lynch- Drums, The Queens Of Rhythm: Carolyn Dennis, Queen Esther Marrow, Madelyn Quebec, & Louise Bethune on backing vocals 41

2/5/86-3/10/86 Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and The Queens Of Rhythm Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Tom Petty- Guitar, Vocal Mike Campbell- Guitar, Benmont Tench- Keyboards, Howie Epstein- Bass, Stan Lynch- Drums, The Queens Of Rhythm: Debra Byrd, Queen Esther Marrow, Madelyn Quebec, & Elisecia Wright on backing vocals 19

5/28/84-7/8/84 84 Europe Tour Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Mick Taylor- Guitar, Ian McLagan- Keyboards, Greg Sutton- Bass, Colin Allen- Drums 27

10/16/81-11/21/81 81 US & Canada Fall Tour Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Steve Ripley- Guitar, Al Kooper- Keyboards, Tim Drummond- Bass, Jim Keltner- Drums, Arthur Rosato- Drums, Clydie King, Regina Havis, & Madelyn Quebec on Background Vocals 27

6/21/81-7/25/81 81 Europe Summer Tour Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Fred Tackett- Guitar, Steve Ripley- Guitar, Willie Smith- Keyboards, Tim Drummond- Bass, Jim Keltner- Drums, Clydie King, Carolyn Dennis, Regina Havis, & Madelyn Quebec on Background Vocals 23

6/10/81-6/14/81 81 US Summer Tour Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Fred Tackett- Guitar, Steve Ripley- Guitar, Willie Smith- Keyboards, Tim Drummond- Bass, Jim Keltner- Drums, Clydie King, Carolyn Dennis, Regina Havis, & Madelyn Quebec on Background Vocals 4

11/9/80-12/4/80 Musical Retrospective Tour Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Piano Fred Tackett- Guitar, Mandolin, Willie Smith- Keyboards, Tim Drummond- Bass, Jim Keltner- Drums, Clydie King, Carolyn Dennis, & Regina Havis on Background Vocals 19

4/17/80-5/21/80 3rd Gospel Tour Band Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Piano Fred Tackett- Guitar, Spooner Oldham- Keyboards, Terry Young- Keyboards, Tim Drummond- Bass, Jim Keltner- Drums, Clydie King, Gwen Evans, Mary Elizabeth Bridges, Regina Havis, & Mona Lisa Young on Background Vocals 29

1/11/80-2/9/80 2nd Gospel Tour Band Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Piano Fred Tackett- Guitar, Spooner Oldham- Keyboards, Terry Young- Keyboards, Tim Drummond- Bass, Jim Keltner- Drums, Carolyn Dennis, Regina Peeples, Regina Havis, & Mona Lisa Young on Background Vocals 24

11/1/79-12/9/79 1st Gospel Tour Band Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Piano Fred Tackett- Guitar, Spooner Oldham- Keyboards, Terry Young- Keyboards, Tim Drummond- Bass, Jim Keltner- Drums, Regina Havis, Helena Springs, & Mona Lisa Young on Background Vocals 26

6/1/78-12/16/78 1978 World Tour Band Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Billy Cross- Lead Guitar, Alan Pasqua- Keyboards, Steven Soles- Rhythm Guitar, Backup Vocals, David Mansfield- Violin, Mandolin, Steve Douglas- Horns, Jerry Scheff- Bass, Bobbye Hall- Percussion, Ian Wallace- Drums, Helena Springs, Jo Ann Harris, Carolyn Dennis- Background Vocals 91

2/20/78-4/1/78 Far East Band Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Billy Cross- Lead Guitar, Alan Pasqua- Keyboards, Steven Soles- Rhythm Guitar, Backup Vocals, David Mansfield- Violin, Mandolin, Steve Douglas- Horns, Rob Stoner- Bass, Bobbye Hall- Percussion, Ian Wallace- Drums, Helena Springs, Jo Ann Harris, Debbie Dye- Background Vocals 23

4/18/76-5/25/76 Rolling Thunder Review 2 Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Scarlet Rivera- Violin, T-Bone J. Henry Burnett- Guitar, Piano, Steven Soles- Guitar, Mick Ronson- Guitar, Bobby Neuwirth- Guitar, Vocal, Roger McGuinn- Guitar, Vocal, David Mansfield- Steel Guitar, Mandolin, Violin, Dobro, Rob Stoner- Bass, Howie Wyeth- Drums, Gary Burke- Congas 24

10/30/75-12/8/75 Rolling Thunder Revue Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, T-Bone J. Henry Burnett- Guitar, Piano, Steven Soles- Guitar, Mick Ronson- Guitar, Bobby Neuwirth- Guitar, Vocal, Roger McGuinn- Guitar, Vocal, David Mansfield- Steel Guitar, Mandolin, Violin, Dobro, Rob Stoner- Bass, Howie Wyeth- Drums, Luther Rix-Drums, Ronee Blakley- Vocal 31

5/9/74 Friends Of Chile Benefit Concert 4 Songs Only-Bob Dylan- Guitar, Vocal, Larry Estridge- Guitar, Vocal, Arlo Guthrie- Guitar Vocal, Melanie- Guitar, Vocal Phil Ochs- Guitar, Vocal, Dave van Ronk- Guitar, Vocal, Pete Seeger- Guitar, Vocal 1

1/3/74-2/14/74 1974 Tour w/The Band Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Robbie Robertson- Guitar, Garth Hudson- Organ, Piano, Clavinette, Richard Manual- Keyboards, Rick Danko- Bass, Levon Helm- Drums 40

7/14/69-8/31/69 1969 Concerts Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Robbie Robertson- Guitar, Garth Hudson- Organ, Piano, Clavinette, Richard Manual- Keyboards, Rick Danko- Bass, Levon Helm- Drums 2

3/26/66-5/27/66 1966 Concerts Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Robbie Robertson- Guitar, Garth Hudson- Organ, Piano, Clavinette, Richard Manual- Keyboards, Rick Danko- Bass, Mickey Jones- Drums 19-21?

2/5/66-3/5/66 1966 Concerts Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Robbie Robertson- Guitar, Garth Hudson- Organ, Richard Manual- Piano, Rick Danko- Bass, Sandy Konikoff- Drums 4

12/4/65 1965 Concerts Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Robbie Robertson- Guitar, Garth Hudson- Organ, Richard Manual- Piano, Rick Danko- Bass, Bobby Gregg- Drums 1

9/24/65-11/26/65 1965 Concerts Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Robbie Robertson- Guitar, Garth Hudson- Organ, Richard Manual- Piano, Rick Danko- Bass, Levon Helm- Drums 8

8/28/65-9/3/65 1965 Concerts Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Robbie Robertson- Guitar, Al Kooper- Organ, Harvey Brooks- Bass, Levon Helm- Drums 2

7/25/65 1965 Concerts Bob Dylan- Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica, Michael Bloomfield- Electric Guitar, Barry Goldberg- Organ, Al Kooper- Organ, Jerome Arnold- Bass, Sam Lay- Drums 1


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Thank you for compiling these statistics.. The 12th NET Band is by far the best. By far.


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Thank you for compiling these statistics.. The 12th NET Band is by far the best. By far.

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I only got to see them once but it was the best show I've ever seen. It was October 10th, 2001 in Sacramento and Bob introduced them as, "The greatest band in the world at the moment." Hard for me to argue with them being the best. 8)


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Ya Smoke. The ROI with that 12th incarnation was HIGH.
Put my ass back on the Bob road (again), it did.
Set the bar pretty high, making subsequent shows oh so hopeful.


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