June 15, 1973 – the James Cotton Blues Band performs at Winterland in San Francisco, CA
May 26, 1974 – brand new supergroup Journey – that is Gregg Rolie (voc, kb) (ex-Santana), Neal Schon (g, voc) (ex-Santana), Ross Valory (b, voc), Aynsley Dunbar (d) (ex Zappa & Bowie) and George Tickner(g) – will be on stage at Winterland in San Francisco, CA
May 14, 1977 – Southern rockers of .38 Special – that is Donnie Van Zant (voc, g), Jeff Carlisi (g), Don Barnes (g, voc), Larry Junstrom(b), Jack Grondin (d) and Steve Brookins (d) – will be on stage at Winterland in San Francisco, CA
May 9, 1975 – now on their own without Herbie Hancock, the Headhunters – that is Mike Clark (d), Paul Jackson (b, voc), Bennie Maupin (s, cl), DeWayne Blackbyrd McKnight (g, voc) and Bill Summers (perc) – perform at Winterland in San Francisco, CA
April 25, 1975 – Dutch band Golden Earring – that is Rinus Gerritsen (b), Robert Jan Stips (kb), Barry Hay (voc, fl) George Kooymans (g, voc), Bertus Borgers (s), Karl Kalf (tp) & Cesar Zuiderwijk (d) – will be on stage at Winterland in San Francisco, CA
March 15, 1975 – English guitarist Robin Trower is at Winterland in San Francisco, CA
February 21, 1975 – alternative band The Tubes – that is Rick Anderson (b), Michael Cotton (synth), Prairie Prince (d), Bill Spooner (g, voc), Roger Steen (g, voc) Re Styles (voc), Fee Waybill (voc) and Vince Welnick (kb) – will be on stage at Winterland in San Francisco, CA
February 15, 1975 – American band Raw Soul (ex The Butlers) with its lead singer Frankie Beverly opens for British band Gentle Giant at the Winterland in San Francisco. The music is great but, they should pick a name easier to remember. Something like “Maze” for instance!