JOURNEY: LIVE FROM THE CAPITOL THEATER (FULL CONCERT)

CAPITOL THEATER
PASSAIC, NJ
6.10.1978

JOURNEY: PBS SOUNDSTAGE 1978

SOLDIER FIELD
CHICAGO, IL
7.8.1978

ARAGON BALLROOM
CHICAGO, IL
7.9.1978

PATIENTLY

CAPITOL THEATER
PASSAIC, NJ
6.10.1978

WINDS OF MARCH

CAPITOL THEATER
PASSAIC, NJ
6.10.1978

RECORD FACTORY 1978 | INFINITY LP SIGNINGS

June 9, 1978 – Performing Arts Center. Saratoga Springs, NY – Walter Eagan, The Hounds

June 10, 1978 – Capitol Theater. Passaic, NJ – Starcastle, Walter Eagan

Full Concert Audio 6.10.1978  

June 14, 1978 – Tower Theater. Upper Darby, PA

June 15, 1978 – Civic Arena. Pittsburgh, PA – Foreigner

June 16, 1978 – Wendler Arena. Saginaw, MI – The Rockets

June 17, 1978 – Lansing Civic Center. Lansing, MI – Patti Smith Group

June 18, 1978 – UC Armory Field house. Cincinnati, OH – Graham Parker and The Rumor

June 24, 1978 – Canadian National Exhibition. Toronto, ON – Beach Boys, Steve Miller, Pablo Cruise

June 30, 1978 – Milwaukee County Stadium. Milwaukee, WI – Ted Nugent, Cheap Trick, Heart

July 1, 1978 – Cotton Bowl. Dallas, TX – Aerosmith, Ted Nugent, Head East, Heart

July 4, 1978 – Shea’s Theater. Buffalo, NY

July 5, 1978 – Summerfest. Milwaukee, WI – The Hounds

July 8, 1978 – Soldier Field. Chicago, IL – Rolling Stones, Peter Tosh,  Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes

July 9, 1978 – PBS Soundstage Studios – Chicago, IL

July 11,1978 – “Riverfront Days Festival” River Park. Clinton, IA

July 12, 1978 – Cobo Hall. Detroit, MI – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

July 13, 1978 – Municipal Auditorium. Nashville, TN – Foreigner

July 15, 1978 – Municipal Stadium. Cleveland, OH (World Series Of Rock) – ELO, Foreigner, Trickster

July 16, 1978 – “Mississippi River Jam” Credit Island Park. Davenprt – Van Halen, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Doobie Brothers

July 17, 1978 – Mary E. Sawyer Auditorium. La Crosse, WI – Van Halen

July 18, 1978 – Outagamie County Fairgrounds. Seymour, WI – Van Halen

July 20, 1978 – Assembly Center. Tulsa, OK – Van Halen

July 21, 1978 – Civic Arena. Jackson, TN – Van Halen

July 23, 1978 – State Fairgrounds. Louisville, KY – Ted Nugent, Mahogany Rush, Eddie Money, Starcastle

July 25, 1978 – Coliseum. Jackson, MS – Louisiana’s Leroux

July 27, 1978 – Civic Center. Springfield, MA – Ted Nugent, Nantucket

July 28, 1978 – Coliseum. New Haven, CT – Ted Nugent, Nantucket

July 29, 1978 – Broome County Coliseum. Binghamton, NY – Pat Travers

July 30, 1978 – Cumberland County Coliseum. Portland, ME -Ted Nugent, Nantucket

August 3, 1978 – Market Square Arena. Indianapolis, IN – Foreigner

August 4, 1978 – Navy Pier. Chicago, IL – Rick Derringer

August 5, 1978 – St Johns Hollow. Tiffin, OH – Pablo Cruise

August 6, 1978 – Giants Stadium. E. Rutherford, NJ – Aerosmith, Ted Nugent, Mohagany Rush

August 8, 1978 – Navy Pier. Chicago, IL

August 9, 1978 – Kiel Auditorium. St. Louis, MO – Wet Willie

August 12, 1978 – Blaisdell Arena – Honolulu, HI

August 18, 1978 – Cal Expo.  Sacramento, CA – Marshall Tucker, Thin Lizzy, The Cars

August 20, 1978 – San Jose, CA

August 26, 1978 – Anaheim Stadium. Anaheim, CA – Electric Light Orchestra, Trickster, Kingfish

September 2, 1978 – Oakland Stadium (Day on the Green). Oakland, CA – Ted Nugent, Blue Oyster Cult, ACDC, Cheap Trick

September 2, 1978 – Monitro Studios. San Francisco, CA – Dunbar’s last show with the band

October 1, 1978 – Automatt Studios (Super Jam II). San Francisco, CA – Steve Smith’s first session with the band

December 31, 1978 – The Coliseum. Oakland, CA – Blondie, Stoneground

January 27, 1978 – Old Waldorf. San Francisco, CA – Sandy Welch

January 28, 1978 – Old Waldorf. San Francisco, CA – Sandy Welch

January 29, 1978 – Old Waldorf. San Francisco, CA – Sandy Welch

February 10, 1978 – University of California. Davis, CA – Montrose

February 12, 1978 – Cal State University. Chico, CA – Montrose

February 17, 1978 – Humbolt University East Gym. Arcata, CA – Montrose

February 18, 1978 – Sherwood Hall. Salinas, CA – Montrose

February 19, 1978 – Selland Arena, Fresno, CA

February 21, 1978 – Stockton Civic Auditorium. Stockton, CA – Montrose

February 24, 1978 – Arlington Theater. Santa Barbara, CA – Caldera

February 25, 1978 – Burt Sugarmans’ Midnight Special. Los Angeles, CA – TV Appearance

February 25, 1978 – Shrine Auditorium. Los Angeles, CA – Santana

February 26, 1978 – Selland Arena. Fresno, CA – Santana

March 1, 1978 – Racine Memorial Hall. Racine, WI – Montrose

March 2, 1978 – RKO Orpheum Theatre, Davenport, IW – Montrose

March 3, 1978 – Aragon Ballroom. Chicago, IL – Montrose, Van Halen

March 4, 1978 – Nelson Center. Springfield, IL – Montrose, Van Halen

March 5, 1978 – Market Square Arena. Indianapolis, IN – Montrose, Van Halen

March 8, 1978 – Orpheum Theater. Madison, WI – Montrose, Van Halen

March 9, 1978 – Riverside Theater. Milwaukee, WI – Montrose, Van Halen

March 10, 1978 – Masonic Temple. Detroit, MI – Montrose, Van Halen

March 11, 1978 – Hara Arena. Dayton, OH – Montrose, Van Halen

March 12, 1978 – Leona Theater. Pittsburgh, PA – Montrose, Van Halen

March 14, 1978 – Massey Hall. Toronto, ONT – Montrose, Van Halen

March 15, 1978 – Music Hall. Cleveland, OH – Montrose, Van Halen

March 16, 1978 – Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Columbus, OH – Montrose, Van Halen

March 17, 1978 – Commonwealth Convention Center. Louisville, KY – Montrose, Van Halen

March 18, 1978 – Roberts Stadium. Evansville, IN – Montrose, Van Halen

March 19, 1978 – Morris Civic Center. South Bend, IN – Montrose, Van Halen

March 20, 1978 – Palladium. New York, NY – Montrose, Van Halen

March 21, 1978 – Memorial Auditorium. Utica, NY – Montrose, David Feinstein’s Thunder

March 22, 1978 – Palace Theater. Albany, NY – Montrose, Van Halen

March 23, 1978 – Century Theater. Buffalo, NY – Montrose, Van Halen 

March 24, 1978 – Tower Theater. Upper Darby, PA – Montrose, Van Halen

Full Concert Audio 3.24.1978

March 25, 1978 – The Palladium. New York, NY – Montrose, Van Halen  

Full Concert Audio 3.25.1978

March 26, 1978 – Calderone Theater. Hempstead, NY – Montrose, Van Halen

March 29, 1978 – Auditorium. Duluth, MN – Montrose, Van Halen

March 30, 1978 – Theater. St. Paul, MN – Montrose, Van Halen

March 31, 1978 – Municipal Auditorium. Kansas City, MO – Montrose, Van Halen

April 1, 1978 – Kiel Opera House. St. Louis, MO – Montrose, Van Halen

April 2, 1978 – Music Hall. Omaha, NE – Montrose, Van Halen

April 4, 1978 – IMA Arena. Flint, MI – Montrose, Van Halen

April 5, 1978 – Aragon Hall. Chicago, IL – Montrose, Van Halen

April 7, 1978 – War Memorial Auditorium. Nashville, TN – Montrose, Van Halen

April 8, 1978 – Murray State University Fieldhouse. Murray, KY – Montrose, Van Halen

April 9, 1978 – Boutwell Auditorium. Birmingham, AL – Montrose, Van Halen

April 11, 1978 – Coliseum. Corpus Christi, TX – Montrose, Van Halen

April 12, 1978 – Municipal Auditorium. Austin, TX – Montrose, Van Halen

April 13, 1978 – Municipal Auditorium. Shreveport, LA – Montrose, Van Halen

April 14, 1978 – Will Rodgers Auditorium. Fort Worth, TX – Montrose, Van Halen

April 15, 1978 – Music Hall. Houston, TX – Montrose, Van Halen

April 16, 1978 – Warehouse. New Orleans, LA – Montrose, Van Halen

April 19, 1978 – Ellis Auditorium. Memphis, TN – Montrose, Van Halen

April 20, 1978 – Ruby Diamond Auditorium. Tallahassee, FL – Montrose, Van Halen

April 21, 1978 – Sportatorium. Miami, FL – Montrose, Van Halen

April 22, 1978 – Curtis Hixon Hall. Tampa, FL – Montrose, Van Halen

April 23, 1978 – Fox Theater. Atlanta, GA – Montrose, Van Halen

April 25, 1978 – Knoxville Civi Coliseum. Knoxville, TN – Montrose

April 27, 1978 – Chrysler Hall. Norfolk, VA – Montrose, Leblanc & Carr

April 28, 1978 – Capitol Music Hall. Wheeling, WV – Montrose, Leblanc & Carr

April 29, 1978 – Freedom Hall. Johnson City, TN – Montrose, Leblanc & Carr

April 30, 1978 – Huntington Civic Center. Huntington, WV – Montrose, Leblanc & Carr

May 1, 1978 – Toledo Sports Arena. Toledo, OH – Montrose, Leblanc & Carr

May 3, 1978 – Cleveland Music Hall. Cleveland, OH – Montrose, Leblanc & Carr

May 5, 1978 – Rochester Auditorium Theatre. Rochester, NY – Montrose, Leblanc & Carr

May 6, 1978 – Orpheum Theatre. Boston, MA – Montrose

May 10, 1978 – Terrace Ballroom. Salt Lake City, UT – Montrose

May 12, 1978 – J. Flagg Indoor Arena. Casper, WY – Montrose

May 13, 1978 – Folsom Field. Boulder, CO – Beach Boys, Firefall, Bob Welch

May 14, 1978 – Holland

May 15, 1978 – Sportpark (Pinkpop Festival). Geleen, Holland – Thin Lizzy, Modern Lovers, Graham Parker

May 16, 1978 – Holland

May 17, 1978 – Holland

May 18, 1978 – Community Center. Tucson, AZ – Montrose, John Miles

May 20, 1978 – Long Beach Arena. Long Beach, CA – Montrose, John Miles

May 21, 1978 – Bakersfield, CA – Montrose, John Miles

May 23, 1978 – Seattle Arena. Seattle, WA – Montrose, John Miles

May 24, 1978 – Paramount Theater. Portland, OR – Montrose

May 25, 1978 – Spokane Coliseum. Spokane, WA – Montrose, John Miles

May 26, 1978 – Vancouver. B.C. – Montrose

May 27, 1978 – Medford National Guard Armory. Medford, OH – Montrose, John Miles

May 29, 1978 – Concord Pavilion. Concord, CA – Montrose

May 30, 1978 – California Theatre. San Diego, CA – Montrose

Journey’s Journey

What started five years ago as a jam session in San Francisco has turned Journey into one of the most successful and popular groups around today. The four members of the group have traveled the world, performed for millions of fans, and established themselves as one of the premier “touring” bands in the Country.

Now, a new voice has been added to this fabulous troupe in the person of a new lead singer whose name will no doubt be a rock-household name, Steve Perry. Journey’s new Columbia album, Infinity, explores musical vistas never before heard, presenting Journey as a distinctive and unique band. Steve Perry’s voice is amazing; sensuous and powerful. His timing and phrasing are superb, remaining the listener of a Sam Cooke. If this seems a pretentious superlative, just wait till Journey takes the stage. Steve is an Aquarian from the tiny town of Hanford, CA. near Fresno. Trained in voice all his life, he comes to Journey poised and ready. A listen to the new album will convince you Steve is the perfect complement to an extraordinary band.

Neal Schon, Journey’s extremely gifted and delightful lead guitarist, has been playing professionally for nine years. Now, at the age of twenty-three, Neal’s playing has become legendary among his fans and fellow musicians. Ask just about anyone in the business who their favorite guitarists are, and chances are, if they’ve heard Neal play, you’ll hear the name Neal Schon among the top five. Neal is a Pisces, and absolutely devoted to his instrument. On the road, you can usually find Neal in his hotel room or backstage at the gig playing one of his Les Pauls, a Telecaster, Stratocaster, or Guild Acoustic. Onstage, Neal’s playing is clean and powerful. Each solo swirls and resolves into the body of the melodies with great sweep, grace, and precision. If you’re into some fine guitar playing, you’ve come to the right gig.

In the percussion department, Journey is fortunate to have all the bases covered with class in the person of Aynsley “The Hawk” Dunbar, one of the world’s most renowned drummers. Aynsley has played on so many albums, for so many great artists, that it is safe to say, if you’ve ever listened to Rock ‘n Roll, you’ve probably heard Aynsley’s playing. In concert, a Dunbar solo is an experience not to be missed, a pure joy to hear and see. In short, a masterful time-keeper, and a wonderfully gentle and compassionate man as well, the mighty Capricorn of percussion continues to anchor this great band with his incredible consistency and artistry.

Folks have been listening to Gregg Rolie’s playing and singing since the first four Santana releases. Gregg now shares lead vocals with Perry on Infinity, and his voice is sweeter than ever. Gregg’s playing on his Yamaha CP-70 Electric Grand Piano, Mini-Moog, SLM String Machine, and Hammond B-3 Organ, continues to develop and explore new keyboard horizons. On his time off Gregg can usually be found at home in Marin County near San Francisco composing and rehearsing new material. A musician’s musician, a Gemini’s Gemini, Gregg is always on top of the action, and is a big reason for Journey’s glowing reputation in the live performance world.

Journey’s secret weapon is Bassist Ross Valory. An Aquarian like Steve, California born and classically trained on the piano and guitar, Ross has developed his craft considerably, and he stands out in concert; gold locks tossing to the music, his face animated and changing as the tunes unfold. Ross has been playing for many years now, since the days of the Haight-Ashbury, when he played first with the Fruminous Bandersnatch band and later with Steve Miller. A vital and cohesive element in Journey’s profile, Ross is a big favorite with Journey fans everywhere.

So sit back or jump up, get down and stay high, here we go. If you’ve ever seen a Journey show before, you know that you’re in for a treat. More than ever, the show you’re about to see is the result of some very careful planning by the Journey production crew. Stage Manager Greg Schafer, formerly with the Tubes, and his crew have labored since early this morning to set up everything just so. Ken Mednick our Lighting Designer, is probably one of the best in the business. Ken spent his apprenticeship with Aerosmith, and Loggins and Messina. The clean sweet live sound you’re about to hear is being mixed by Mark Linett, formerly Sound Mixer for Frank Zappa, and Earth, Wind and Fire. Scotty Ross, and Jackie Villanueva, who used to take care of equipment and stage for Santana, are up there now keeping an eagle eye on the gear and our special effects equipment.

A lot of work and planning go into all our shows, and we’re sure you will enjoy tonight’s performance.

Well, we’re glad you could come tonight. Thanks for being the greatest fans in the world.