Peter Wolf and Magic Dick on the prowl

Most casual rock ‘n’ roll fans got to know the J. Geils Band in the early ’80s through the hits such as “Centerfold”, “Love Stinks” and “Freeze Frame”. In the ’70s, though, the Boston group was more known as a blues rock powerhouse. On April 17, 1976, the band set up shop for a gig at the Beeghly Center.  The show was five days before the release of the band’s second live album Blow Your Face Out on Atlantic Records. Opening the show were Dutch rockers Golden Earring of “Radar Love” fame and the Stampeders known for the hit “Sweet City Woman.”

Here’s a link to the poster from the show.

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One thought on “Peter Wolf and Magic Dick on the prowl

  1. funkyjudge says:

    Hi,

    I have a J. Geils Band web-site at funkyjudge.net. I have the tour poster for this concert and you are quite welcome to add it to your site. You can view it here:

    Francis

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