What Kind of Life ?
Standing In The Road
Sing Don't Speak
Nothing To Hide
Blackfoot Sue on Disco 72
Blackfoot Sue on Top Of The Pops
Bradford Pop Festival
supporting The Kinks
Melody Maker chart
Sing Don't Speak
Tom Farmer
Tricorn Disco party
Royal Academy of Music
Eddie Golga
Alan Jones
David Farmer and the Ludwig kit
Get It All To Me ad
Get It All To Me
Blackfoot Sue on stage
Bad Tom
Tom & David
Eddie & Alan
Blackfoot Sue
Bye Bye Birmingham
BFS at Tiffany's
Blackfoot Sue c.1974
You Need Love
Blackfoot Sue 1975
Blackfoot Sue
The Musical Express
Liner on Top Of The Pops
Blackfoot Sue and Vitavox
Spoilers - Standing In A Line
Eddie & David in Dubai
Spoilers - Shy Girl
filming Heartbeat Away
Checkpoint Charlie
Heartbeat Away
Running Hot - Outside Edge
Terry, Tom, David
In Concert - Outside Edge
Reading Festival programme
Marquee September 10
Outside Edge - the 5 piece
Gary - BC Sweet
Steve - BC Sweet
BC Sweet logo
Skeleton Crew
Blackfoot Sue, 1995
Blackfoot Sue, Talk Radio, 1995
Blackfoot Sue, 1996
Best of Blackfoot Sue
Cry Wolf - the Channel Islands
Red On Blue, 1998
NovemberRehearsals for BBC Children's Television show What kind of life ?
Wednesday, November 11Filming for What kind of life ?
  Tuesday, March 23What kind of life ? airs on the BBC, featuring Gift as themselves
JanuaryStanding In The Road written
the band continue to perform as Gift, until...
Friday, June 2Standing In The Road/Celestial Plain released
...then begin to perform as Blackfoot Sue
Monday, June 5Thomas A'Becket, Old Kent Road, London
Tuesday, June 6The Greyhound, Fulham Palace Road
  Thursday, August 10Band appear on Top Of The Pops, playing Standing In The Road
Saturday, August 19Tricorn Disco Club, Portsmouth
  Thursday, August 24Band appear on Top Of The Pops, playing Standing In The Road
Monday, August 28Bradford Pop Festival 1972
Wednesday, August 30The Greyhound, Fulham Palace Road
Saturday, September 2California Ballroom, Dunstable, Beds.
Friday, September 15Mayfair Entertainment Centre, East Laith Gate, Doncaster,
playing support for The Drifters on the opening night of their British tour
Saturday, September 16Dreamland, Margate  Review
Standing In The Road reaches #4 in the UK charts
Wednesday, September 20London Speakeasy
Thursday, September 211pm - Radio One with Noel Edmunds
Friday, September 22Slough Community Centre (with Tony Morgan's Mussel Power)
  Monday, October 23pm - Radio One with Alan Freeman
  Thursday, October 53pm - Radio One with Alan Freeman (repeat)
Thursday, October 5Caledonian Hotel, Inverness
Monday, October 16Free Trade Hall, Manchester (support for The Kinks)
Wednesday, October 18Birmingham Town Hall, Birmingham (support for The Kinks)
Monday, October 23The Greyhound, Fulham Palace Road
Saturday, October 28SOS Charity Concert Empire Pool, Wembley (with Slade)
Wednesday, November 1Big Brother Club, Oldfield Tavern, Middlesex (with Mantra)
Friday, November 10single Sing Don't Speak/2 B Free released
Friday, November 10The Mayfair, Newcastle (with Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come)
  Saturday, November 11Standing In The Road broadcast on German TV show  Disco 72
Thursday, November 16Bisley Pavillion, near Brookwood
Friday, November 17Sundown Theatre, Charing Cross Road, London
Thursday, November 23Sgt. Peppers Rock Club, Epping Wake Arms (Opening night)
Friday, November 24King's Country Club, Canvey Island
Saturday, November 25Whitchurch New Civic Centre
Tuesday, November 28Thomas A'Becket, Old Kent Road, London *
* One of the venues at which Blackfoot Sue had a weekly residency (their Monday night slot) until
Standing In the Road catapulted them to instant fame.
Friday, December 1Lanchester College, Coventry
Saturday, December 2Melody Rooms, Norwich
Sunday, December 3Grey Topper Ballroom, Nottingham
Thursday, December 7Sheffield City Hall
Friday, December 8Marina Ballroom, Yarmouth
  Saturday, December 9TV & radio appearances, Belgium
  Sunday, December 10
Tuesday, December 12Cardiff University
Wednesday, December 13Boobs, Bristol
Thursday, December 14Black Prince, Bexley
Friday, December 15Aston University
Saturday, December 16Southend Kursaal
Sunday, December 17Market Hall, Carlisle
Saturday, December 23Royal Hotel, Lowestoft
Saturday, December 30Ipswich Baths Hall
— the New Year tour begins —
Friday, January 5Grand Ballroom, Leicester
Saturday, January 6Carousel, Worksop
Friday, January 12Cardiff University
Saturday, January 13Sing Don't Speak reaches #36 in the UK charts
Sunday, January 14Black Prince, Bexley
Thursday, January 18Top Rank, Reading
Friday, January 19Market Hall, Haverford West
Sunday, January 21Locarno, Steveage
Monday, January 22Brighton College
Tuesday, January 23Zero 6, Southend
Wednesday, January 24Taunton County Ballroom
Friday, January 26Salisbury City Hall
Saturday, January 27Borough Road College, Isleworth
Sunday, January 28Woods Centre, Colchester
Tuesday, January 30Dixieland Show Bar, Rhyl
Friday, February 2London Southbank Polytechnic
Saturday, February 3South Pier, Lowestoft
Friday, February 9Shenstone New College, Bromsgrove
Saturday, February 10Scunthorpe Baths Hall
Wednesday, February 14Bletchley Youth Centre
Thursday, February 15Heavy Steam Machine, Hanley
Friday, February 16Loughton College
Saturday, February 17The Maltings, Cambridge
Friday, February 23Top Rank, Doncaster
Saturday, February 24Athlone Hall, Royal Holloway College, Egham
Sunday, February 25Lord's Club, Civic Hall, Gravesend
  late FebruaryTV, radio and club dates in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Brussels
Thursday, March 1College of Technology, Blackburn
Friday, March 2Morecambe College
Saturday, March 3Winter Gardens, Weston-Super-Mare
Monday, March 5The Savoy, Cork
Tuesday, March 6The Savoy, Limerick
Wednesday, March 7Dublin Stadium
Friday, March 9Technical College, Chelmsford
Saturday, March 10Civic Centre, Whitchurch
Sunday, March 11Grey Topper, Jacksdale, Nottingham
Friday, March 16The Pavillion, Hemel Hempstead
Saturday, March 17Aquarius, Hastings
Tuesday, March 20Slypt Disc, Workington
Wednesday, March 21Cosmo, Carlisle
Friday, March 23Town Hall, Cumrock
Saturday, March 24Caledonian, Inverness
Friday, March 30Intercon, Halifax
Saturday, March 31Tiffany's, Scarborough
Friday, April 6Corn Exchange, King's Lynn
Sunday, April 8Locarno, Stevenage
Friday, April 13The Pavillion, Skegness (with Steel Peach)
Sunday, April 15The Works, Colchester
Thursday, April 19The Regency, Ilkeston
single Summer/Morning Light released
Friday, April 20album Nothing To Hide released
 The Regency, Ilkeston
Saturday, April 21City Hall, St. Albans
Sunday, April 22The Mayfair, Newcastle (with Babe Ruth & Suzi Quarto)
Saturday, April 28Baths Hall, Scunthorpe
Friday, May 4King Sound Allnighter, King's Cross Cinema
Saturday, May 12Ewell Tech Student's Union, Surrey
Thursday, May 17Olympia Ballroom, East Kilbride
Saturday, May 19Grand Hall, Kilmarnock (with Mellow Yellow)
Sunday, May 20Grey Topper, Jacksdale
Monday, May 21Birmingham College (with Necromandus)
Wednesday, May 23Salon Ballroom, Northhampton
Friday, May 25Waverly College, Melrose
Saturday, May 26Waverly College, Melrose
Sunday, June 3College of Technology, Scunthorpe
Tuesday, June 5Loughsborough University
Wednesday, June 6Dixieland Show Bar, Colwyn Bay
Friday, June 8Basildon Arts Centre
Saturday, June 9Scarborough Intercon
Tuesday, June 12Technical College, Ewell
Saturday, June 16Alex's Disco, Salisbury
Sunday, June 17Palace Lido, Douglas, Isle Of Man
Monday, June 18Top Hat, Spennymoor
Wednesday, June 20Old Grannery, Bristol
Thursday, June 21College of Food, Birmingham
Friday, June 22Bognor Regis College
Wednesday, June 27Poplar Technical College, London
Thursday, June 28Marina Ballroom, Great Yarmouth
Friday, June 29Worcester College
Sunday, July 1Barbarella's, Birmingham
Monday, July 2Tiffany's, Shrewsbury
Thursday, July 5Blue Lagoon, Newquay
Saturday, July 7Pier Pavillion, Felixstowe
Wednesday, July 11Tewkesbury Fair
Friday, July 13The Palace, Clacton
Sunday, July 15Stranraer pop festival (with Marmalade & Brett Marvin and the Thunderbolts)
Wednesday, July 18Tewksbury Fair
Thursday, July 19Intercon, Hull
Saturday, July 21Melody Rooms, Norwich
Thursday, July 26Copdock House Hotel, Ipswich
Saturday, July 28California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedford (with Dave Holland Disco Show)
Monday, July 30Top Of The World, Stafford
Friday, August 3Addlestone pop festival
Saturday, August 4Pier Pavillion, Lowestoff
Tuesday, August 7Penelope's, Paignton, Devon
Thursday, August 9HMS Victory, Portsmouth
Saturday, August 11Winter Gardens, Banbury
Thursday, August 16Marina, Great Yarmouth (with Pebbles)
Friday, August 17Mayfair, Newcastle (with Nicky James)
Saturday, August 18Pier Pavillion, Felixstowe
Sunday, August 19Woods Centre, Colchester
Saturday, August 25Grey Topper, Jacksdale, Nottingham
Sunday, August 26Grey Topper, Jacksdale, Nottingham
  Friday, September 7TV appearance on Stanley Baxter show with Get It All To Me
Wednesday, September 12Global Village, Charing Cross, London
Thursday, September 13Locarno, Portsmouth
Friday, September 14Get It All To Me/My Oh My released
— the 85-gig Autumn Tour begins —
"unquestionably the hardest working band on the circuit at the moment"NME
Friday, September 21Southgate Technical College, London
Saturday, September 22C.F.Mott College, Prescott, Liverpool
Saturday, September 29King Alfred's College, Winchester
Monday, October 1Sunderland Polytechnica
Friday, October 5Greenwich Town Hall
Saturday, October 6College Of Art, Bradford
Thursday, October 11Greenwich Borough Hall, Royal Hill, support for 10cc
Friday, October 12Cummock Town Hall
Saturday, October 13Victoria Hall, Selkirk
Monday, October 15Tiffany's, Shrewsbury
Tuesday, October 16Shrewsbury College
Friday, October 19Guildhall, Chard
Saturday, October 20South Pier, Lowestoft
Thursday, October 25Bishop Grossteste College, Lincoln
Friday, October 26Cheltenham Racecourse
Saturday, October 27Polytechnic, City of London
Wednesday, October 31Bridgend Country Club
Thursday, November 1Frenchman Hotel, Fishguard
Friday, November 2Aberystwyth University
Saturday, November 3Ammanford Civic Hall
Sunday, November 4Porthcawl Stoneleigh Club
Wednesday, November 7Anglesey Wheelers Club
Saturday, November 10Melody Rooms, Norwich
Sunday, November 11Orchid Ballroom, Purley
Tuesday, November 13Orchid Ballroom, Purley
Wednesday, November 14Global Village, London
Sunday, December 2Colchester Woods Centre
Wednesday, December 5Newport College
Friday, December 7St. Albans College
Saturday, December 8Lincoln Hall
Sunday, December 9Golden Diamond, Nottingham
Thursday, December 13Royal Academy of Music, London
"Curious choice of venue. Should shake dust off the manuscripts." - Melody Maker
Thursday, December 20Flint College
Sunday, December 23The Catacombs, Wolverhampton
Monday, December 31South Pier, Lowestoft
Friday, January 18Wolverhampton Polytechnic
Monday, January 21Strelly Youth Centre
Thursday, January 31Olympia, East Kilbride
Friday, February 1Glasgow College of Art
Saturday, February 2Hitchen College, Hitchen (with Heavy Metal Kids)
Tuesday, February 5Locarno, Birmingham
Friday, February 8Aberdeen Arts College
Saturday, February 9Notre Dame College, Glasgow
Sunday, February 10Golden Diamond, Sutton-in-Coldfield
Thursday, February 14RAF Medmersham, Marlow
Friday, February 15Homerton College, Cambridge
Saturday, February 16Tiles Club, Beckenham
Friday, February 22Market Hall, Haverford
Saturday, February 23Sunshine Floors, East Dereham
Tuesday, February 26Behan's Club, Jersey
Saturday, March 2South Pier Pavilion, Lowestoft
Friday, March 8Bye Bye Birmingham/Messiah released
Friday, March 15Queen Margaret College, Edinburgh
Saturday, March 16Grey Topper, Jacksdale
Wednesday, March 20Frenchman's Hotel, Fishguard
Thursday, March 21Guild Hall, Portsmouth
Saturday, March 23Redditch College
Friday, March 29Winter Gardens, Malvern (with The Troggs)
Saturday, March 30Plymouth Polytechnic (with Ducks Deluxe)
Thursday, April 11Exmouth Pavillion
Friday, April 12HMS Raleigh, Torpoint
Saturday, April 13Easter Ball HMS Fisgard, Torpoint   Review
Tuesday, April 16Aberdeen University
Friday, April 26The Mayfair, Newcastle (with Strife)
Saturday, April 27Scunthorpe Baths Hall
Friday, May 3Dorchester Tavern
Friday, May 10Bracknel Sports Centre
Thursday, May 16Stafford College
Friday, May 17Flamingo, Hereford
Saturday, May 18Warminster Civic Centre
Thursday, May 23The Caledonian, Inverness
Friday, May 24Robert Gordon Institute, Aberdeen
Saturday, May 25Glasgow University
Sunday, May 26The Golden Diamond, Sutton in Ashfield
Wednesday, May 29Tiffany's, Purley
Friday, June 7The Barn, Boston
Saturday, June 8Hinckley Pop Festival (did not play due to inclement weather)
Tuesday, June 11Barbarella's, Birmingham
Saturday, June 15Flamingo, Redruth
Thursday, June 20Locarno, Portsmouth
Friday, June 21Maniqui Ballroom, Falkirk
Saturday, June 22Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen (with The Tremeloes)
Sunday, June 23Tiffany's, Blackpool
Friday, June 28Memorial Hall, Rugby
Sunday, June 30Palace Lido, Douglas, Isle Of Man
 July — December
Friday, July 12Flamingo, Hereford
Saturday, July 13The Glen, Llanelli
Wednesday, July 24Scamps, Hull
Sunday, July 28Golden Diamond, Sutton-in-Coldfield
Friday, August 9Rothesay Pavillion
Saturday, August 10Ayr Pavillion
Sunday, August 11Shuffles, Glasgow
Thursday, August 15Blue Lagoon, Newquay
Friday, August 16Headland Ballroom, Bude
Sunday, August 25Grey Topper, Jacksdale, Nottingham
Friday, September 6Lafayette, Wolverhampton
Wednesday, September 25Dingwalls, Camden
Friday, September 27 single You Need Love/Tobago Rose released
Friday, November 8The Marquee, London
Saturday, November 16Westminster College Student Union, Vincent Square
Sunday, December 15Golden Diamond, Sutton-in-Coldfield
Friday, January 3The Marquee, London (+ support & Ian Fleming)
Thursday, February 6Mid-Cheshire College, Chester
Friday, February 7Live at Livingstone - Livingstone Rd, Stratford
Thursday, February 13RAF Medmenham, Marlow
Sunday, February 16Grey Topper, Jacksdale
Friday, February 21Scunthorpe College
Monday, February 24The Marquee, London (+ support & Jerry Floyd)
Thursday, March 13Tiffany's, Purley
Friday, March 14Municipal Hall, Ponytpridd
Saturday, March 15County Ballroom, Taunton
Saturday, March 29Scunthorpe Baths Hall
Monday, April 7The Marquee, London
Saturday, May 3Cloud Nine, Redditch
Sunday, May 4Grey Topper, Jacksdale
Wednesday, May 28The Marquee, London
Friday, May 30Salon Ballroom, Northhampton
Friday, July 4—mid-August6 week tour while trialing the Vitavox Thunderbolt loudspeaker system
"from Kent through the Midlands to Bournemouth and South Wales."
September...sessions for the album Gun Running...
single Moonshine/Corrie released
Saturday, September 20Technical College, Dudley
Friday, September 26Highbury College, Portsmouth College
Saturday, September 27Plymouth College
Blackfoot Sue continue to gig... no details available
 Blackfoot Sue call it a day
 Alan Jones emigrates to Australia
Band change their name to Blackfoot
JulyBlackfoot single When Will I See You Again released
Blackfoot Sue album Strangers belatedly released, in the US only
Band re-brand themselves as Liner
Saturday, March 10Liner single Keep Reaching Out For Love reaches #49 in the UK charts
Saturday, March 17Liner You and Me reaches #92 in the US charts
AprilLiner album Liner released
  Thursday, May 24Liner appear on Top Of The Pops performing You And Me
Saturday, May 26Liner single You and Me reaches #44 in the UK charts
Liner single Strange Fascination released
Blackfoot Sue single Standing In The Road/Summer reissued
band change their name to Spoilers
FebruarySpoilers single Standing In a Line released
MaySpoilers single Shy Girl released
Saturday, February 28, 1981Spoilers play The Golden Lion, Fulham
Sunday, February 29, 1981Spoilers play The Red Lion, Bichester
Wednesday, March 11, 1981Spoilers play The Two Brewers, Clapham
Tuesday, March 17, 1981Spoilers play The White Hart, Acton
Wednesday, March 18, 1981Spoilers play The Two Brewers, Clapham
Thursday, March 19, 1981Spoilers play Shoreditch College
Saturday, March 21, 1981Spoilers play The Penny Farthing, Oxford
Sunday, March 22, 1981Spoilers play The Golden Lion, Fulham
Saturday, March 28, 1981Spoilers play The Corn & Dolly, Oxford
first of several trips to Dubai
band members take time out from their own projects to perform in
Nightshift and Skeleton Crew, in collaboration with Paul King
Thursday, October 20, 1983Blackfoot Sue play The Red Lion, Brentford
Friday, October 21, 1983Blackfoot Sue play Angie's, Wokingham
band become Outside Edge, playing a residency in the south of France
 album Outside Edge released in France only
 single Not Guilty / Change released in France only
Outside Edge play support on Bryan Adams' British tour,
securing a recording deal with Virgin Records
Tuesday, March 11The Centre, Brighton
Wednesday, March 12B.I.C., Bournemouth
Thursday, March 14Wembley Arena, London
Friday, March 15Wembley Arena, London
Saturday, March 16Wembley Arena, London
Sunday, March 17Wembley Arena, London
Thursday, March 21Playhouse, Edinburgh
Saturday, March 23N.E.C., Birmingham
Sunday, March 24N.E.C., Birmingham
Friday, April 12Live Rock At The Manor
April 18, 19, 203 shows at the Hammersmith Odeon
MarchOutside Edge single Heartbeat Away released
— 56 city tour of Europe as support to Manfred Mann's Earth Band —
Monday, March 24Old School House, Woking, Surrey
Thursday, April 3Konserthuset, Gothenburg, Sweden
Friday, April 4Skedsmohallen, Oslo, Norway
Sunday, April 6Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden
Monday, April 7Saga, Copenhagen, Denmark
Tuesday, April 8Musikhuset, Aarhus, Denmark
Friday, April 11Rudi-Sedlmayer Halle, Munich, Germany
Saturday, April 12Sporthalle, Landshut, Germany
Sunday, April 13Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
Monday, April 14Stadthalle, Freiburg, Germany
  Tuesday, April 15appearance on German TV show, Consequence, performing Heartbeat Away
Wednesday, April 16Sporthalle, Volklingen, Germany
Thursday, April 17Sporthalle, Augsburg, Germany
Friday, April 18Carl Diem Halle, Wuerzburg, Germany
Saturday, April 19Walter Kobel Halle, Russelheim, Germany
Sunday, April 20Hemmerleinhalle, Nurnberg, Germany
Tuesday, April 22Sporthalle Boeblingen, Stuttgart, Germany
Wednesday, April 23Friedrich Eberthalle, Ludwigshafen, Germany
Thursday, April 24Oberschwabenhalle, Ravensburg, Austria
Friday, April 25Olympiahalle, Innsbruck, Austria
Saturday, April 26Stadthalle, Klagenfurt, Austria
Sunday, April 27Eishalle, Graz, Austria
Monday, April 28Sporthalle, Linz, Austria
Wednesday, April 30Sporthalle, Koln, Germany
Wednesday, April 30album Running Hot released
Thursday, May 1Stadion-Sporthalle, Hannover, Germany
Friday, May 2Ostseehalle, Kiel, Germany
Saturday, May 3Alsterdorfer Sporthalle, Hamburg, Germany
Sunday, May 4Eissporthalle, Berlin, Germany
Tuesday, May 6Stadthalle, Braunschweig, Germany
Wednesday, May 7Stadthalle, Kassel, Germany
Thursday, May 8Westfalen 3, Dortmund, Germany
Friday, May 9Grughalle, Essen, Germany
Wednesday, May 14Central Sportif Differdange, Luxembourg
Thursday, May 15Espace 155, Foir Internationale, Lille, France
Friday, May 16Le Zenith, Paris, France
Saturday, May 17Tivoli, Strasbourg, France
Sunday, May 18Palais Des Sports, Mulhouse, France
Monday, May 19Le Forum, Dijon, France
Wednesday, May 21Palais Des Sports, Toulouse, France
Thursday, May 22Le Zenith, Montpellier, France
Friday, May 23Le Stadium, Marseilles, France
Saturday, May 24Theatre Verdure, Nice, France
Sunday, May 25Geneva, Switzerland
Monday, May 26Rolling Stone, Milan, Italy
Wednesday, May 28Stadhalle, Vienna, Austria
Thursday, May 29Buda Sporthalle, Budapest, Hungary
Friday, May 30Buda Sporthalle, Budapest, Hungary
Saturday, May 31Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Tuesday, June 3Congresgebouw, Den Haag, Netherlands
Wednesday, June 4Vorst-Nationaal, Brussels
Friday, June 6Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
Friday, June 13Mean Fiddler, Harlesden
Saturday, June 14JB's, Dudley
Sunday, June 15Melbourne Street Riverside, Newcastle
  Friday, June 20live interview on Reading Radio
Friday, June 20Richmond, Brighton
Saturday, June 21Moles Club, Bath
Saturday, August 23Reading Rock Festival
Wednesday, August 27The Marquee, London
Friday, September 5Frankfurt, Germany
Saturday, September 6Schuettorf, Germany
Wednesday, September 10The Marquee, London
Tuesday, November 11Munich, Germany
Wednesday, March 23The Marquee, London (Colin Peel's live debut)  Review
Tuesday, February 21Outside Edge play The Red Lion, Brentford
Outside Edge disbands
Eddie Golga becomes a founder member of Little Wing
David Farmer joins B.C. Sweet full-time
Friday, January 26Little Wing play The Red Lion, Brentford
Thursday, July 5Little Wing play The Red Lion, Brentford
BC Sweet tour of Australia (David & Gary Farmer and Steve Turner, along with Brian Connolly)
Tuesday, October 30Bridgeway Hotel, Pooraka, South Australia
Wednesday, October 31Bridgeway Hotel, Pooraka, South Australia
Friday, November 2Westend Niteclub, Melbourne, Victoria
Saturday, November 3Dingley International, Dingley, Victoria
Sunday, November 421st Century Club, Frankston, Victoria
Monday, November 5Bell Street Rock, Preston, Victoria
Wednesday, November 7Lavington Sports Club, NSW
Thursday, November 8Queanbeyan Leagues Club, ACT
Friday, November 9Palais Royal, Newcastle, NSW
Saturday, November 10Selina's, Coogee, NSW
Monday, November 12The Swagman Complex, Ferntree Gully, Victoria
Tuesday, November 13Lady Bay Hotel, Warrnambool, Victoria
Thursday, November 15Billboard In Concert, Melbourne, Victoria
Friday, November 16Bay International, Geelong, Melbourne, Victoria
Saturday, November 17Old Greek Theatre, Richmond, Victoria
Sunday, November 18Kernott Hall, Morwell, Victoria
Saturday, September 4
Blackfoot Sue play Oldies Night, Dresden, Germany, along with B.C. Sweet, Love Affair, Hot Chocolate, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich etc...
Thursday, September 30Blackfoot Sue play the Hard Rock Cafe, Berlin
Friday, October 1Blackfoot Sue play Jugenclubhaus, Hoyerswerda
Saturday, October 2Blackfoot Sue play Kreiskulturhaus, Rathenow
MayRecording sessions for what would become the album Talk Radio / Red On Blue
 Blackfoot Sue album Talk Radio released
Tuesday, August 22Blackfoot Sue albums Nothing To Hide and Strangers re-released on CD
 David Farmer played for B.C. Sweet, including a performance at Butlins
 David Farmer recorded with B.C. Sweet on the album Let's Go
Friday, July 5Blackfoot Sue album The Best of Blackfoot Sue released
Friday, July 5Blackfoot Sue play The Cavendish, Edinburgh
DecemberDavid Farmer played in Sweet AD on the Slade Merry Xmas Everybody 96 tour
 The first incarnation of Cry Wolf is put together  Photos
Thursday, December 4Blackfoot Sue play the Boardwalk, Sheffield
Friday, December 5Blackfoot Sue play the Norwich Oval Rockhouse, Norwich
Saturday, December 6Blackfoot Sue play the Oliver Twist, Chelmsford
Sunday, December 7Blackfoot Sue play the Royal Standard, Blackhouse Road, London, E17
Saturday, December 13Blackfoot Sue play The Boulavard, Havant, Hants.
Thursday, May 28Cry Wolf played The Chestnuts, in Glentham, Lancs.
Sunday, November 8Cry Wolf played at the  Brian Connolly Memorial Concert, Camden Palace
Monday, November 16Blackfoot Sue album Red On Blue released
Blackfoot Sue tour —
Saturday, February 20Blackfoot Sue played Wilbarston Hall, Wilbarston (with Pat Travers)
Friday, April 30Blackfoot Sue played London Astoria 2 (with Lyadrive and Groundhogs)
Sunday, August 1Cry Wolf played at World Super Bikes, Hexagon Bar, Brands Hatch  Review
August Bank Holiday weekendCry Wolf played for the Channel Islands Motorcycle Club in Guernsey  Photos
Friday, December 31Cry Wolf played the Heath Tavern, Hillingdon  Photos
Saturday, August 12Cry Wolf played at Earl of Chatham, Woolwich
August Bank Holiday weekendCry Wolf played for the Channel Islands Motorcycle Club in Guernsey  Photos
Wednesday, October 4Outside Edge album Running Hot re-released on CD
 Outside Edge album More Edge released on CD

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