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1974 1975 1976 - 1977 - 1978 1979 1980

Harry releases Dance Band on the Titanic.

Day by Day



  • 28 - Circus Magazine article on Harry.


  • 9 - Kirkland Fine Arts Center at Millikin University in Decatur, IL, USA. Two concerts were performed.
  • 27 - Huff Gym at the University of Illinois in Champaign, IL, USA. Solo Benefit Concert.


  • 11 - Post-Aula near Bremen, Germany.
  • 12 - Studio L, Cologne (Köln), Germany. This concert was filmed for the German TV rock show Rockpalast. The concert was released on DVD in 2002.


  • 29 - Bridgeport Jai Lai in Bridgeport, CT, USA


  • 12 - Harry performs at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles in the first performance of a two night engagement.[1]
  • 13 - Harry performs at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles in the second performance of a two night engagement.[1]


  • 3 - Elektra runs a full page ad for Dance Band on the Titanic in Billboard magazine.
  • 3 - Rainbow Theater, London, England. This concert is available to be listening to at Wolfgang's Vault web site[1]. This concert recording is from for the King Biscuit Flower Hour radio program. Wolfgang's Vault acquired the rights to those recordings in 2007.
  • 11 - Memorial Gym at the Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, LA, USA. Pictures of this concert are available at harrychapin.com
  • 30 - Harry performs in St. Louis, Missouri at the Kiel Opera House.[2]



  • 3 - University of Waterloo, ON, Canada.[3]
  • 27 - Fordham University, Bronx, NY. This concert was also broadcast on the WNEW (102.7). This show was part of the annual World Hunger Year fund raiser.


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Greek Theater 1976 - 1984" The Go Go's Notebook blog. Retrieved 2011-3-19  
  2. Schwatz, B. (2010-07-12) "Opera House Historical Summary" (PDF). Retrieved 2011-03-06  
  3. "Great UW Concert Memories: Harry Chapin plays the PAC in the late 1970's". Retrieved 2011-03-20 "...excuse for being late he couldn't find his limousine service at the airport as the only driver waiting around said I'm waiting for some hippie rock star - Harry didn't fit the fellow's idea of hippie rock star"