VIDEO: April 18, 1969: Rare video footage of
Jimi Hendrix in concert at the Ellis Memorial Auditorium in Memphis Tennessee. Video from YouTube
Three Dog Night at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium on November 21, 1970.
They played the Municipal Auditorium many times in the 1970's.
The Allman Brothers at Nashville's Municipal Auditorium.
Opening acts included the Marshall Tucker Band & the Charlie Daniels Band.
The BeeGees at the Municipal Auditorium in Nashville Tennessee..
The BeeGees featured Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb & Maurice Gibb.
A 32 piece Nashville Symphony Orchestra backed up The Bee Gees
Opening act was Tin Tin. They had a big hit with "Toast And Marmalade".
See pictures & rare video by Pat Adams
A Newspaper ad for the Bee Gees concert on August 28, 1971
VIDEO: August 28, 1971: Rare footage of The BeeGees in Nashville Tennessee. The BeeGees at Nashville's Municipal Auditorium on August 28, 1971. The audio of I Started A Joke was not from this Nashville concert. Video by Pat Adams from TennesseeConcerts.com.
Color pictures by Pat Adams. B&W pictures from the media. Rolling Stones at Nashville's Municipal Auditorium with opening act Stevie Wonder.
Known as "The Worlds Greatest Rock & Roll Band", the Rolling Stones concert began at 7:00 with opening acts the Dorothy Norwood singers and Stevie Wonder. The Stones took the stage soon afterwards, beginning the show with their latest hit "Brown Sugar". They continued to play the hits until 10:00, with Street Fighting Man, being the last song, and no encore. This concert was unlike any concert that I had attended at the time, with an exceptional stage and light show. They did however, decide not to play the early 60's hits
on this tour, including their biggest hit "Satisfaction" (Pat Adams)
June 29, 1972: A newspaper picture of The Rolling Stones in Nashville
Elvis Presley at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium.
Elvis Presley recorded over 200 songs at RCA Studio B on Music Row between 1956-1971
February 2, 1974: Black Oak Arkansas at the Municipal Auditorium in Nashville.
Plus, an early Marshall Tucker Band & Charlie Daniels Band.
Pictures by Tim Templeton
February 2, 1974: Black Oak Arkanas newspaper ad
December 13, 1979: Jim Dandy & Black Oak Arkansas opening for Blue Oyster Cult
at the Municipal Auditorium in Nashville Tennessee. Pictures by Timothy Templeton
April 18, 1974: Lynyrd Skynyrd at the old gym at Tennessee Tech in Cookeville Tennessee
Pictures include Ronnie Van Zant, Ed King, Allen Collins, Leon Wilkeson & Gary Rossington
(Not shown) Keyboard player Billy Powell & drummer Bob Burns
Opening acts included Pure Prarie League. Pictures by Bill Cody.
The original Lynyrd Skynyrd opening for ZZ Top at the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway.
This was one of many times that Lynyrd Skynyrd played in Nashville Tennessee
Pictures by Billy Dyer
Lynyrd Skynyrd's plane crashed on October 20, 1977 in Gillsburg Mississippi
killing lead singer Ronnie Van Zant and five others on the plane.
This picture includes keyboard player Billy Powell on the left
This was the first of several times that they played the Nashville Fairgounds
A Southern Music Explosion
featuring our pictures of the original Lynyrd Skynyd
(We have no pictures of ZZ Top from this concert)
Seals & Crofts, with opening act Michael Murphey at the
Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro TN. Pictures by Pat Adams
April 13, 1978: David Bowie at the Municipal Auditorium in Nashville Tennessee on April 13, 1978. These pictures were taken from front row/center at David Bowie's last Nashville concert. What a great experience and an excellent show. (Pat Adams)
VIDEO: April 13, 1978: David Bowie live
(Full concert, Audio only). This was on
David Bowie's "Heroes" Tour. The Municipal Auditorium in Nashville Tennessee
The Electric Light Orchestra at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro Tennessee
Pictures by Pat Adams
September 9, 1978: The Electric Light Orchestra at Middle Tennessee State University
The Beach Boys at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro Tennessee.
Pictures by Pat Adams
Nashville singer/songwriter Mac Gayden at the Exit In.
Mac Gayden has been a fixture in Nashville music since the 1960's.
Billy Cox was on the bass guitar. Billy was in the Jimi Hendrix "Band Of Gypsys"