Average: 4.7 (28 votes)

August 20, 1969

Schenectady, NY US

Aerodrome

Setlist:

included: Train Kept a Rollin', I Can't Quit You Baby, Dazed and Confused, You Shook Me, How Many More Times, Communication Breakdown

Notes:

Two shows, 8pm & 11pm.

'69 Programme Click here to view the 1969 Tour Book

Promoters paid Led Zeppelin $8,000 per appearance. "I remember Robert Plant smiling and saying, 'It's so nice to be in sunny Schenectady' recalls Jim Furlong, owner of Vestige Music Shop in Albany. "A year later, Zeppelin were filling Madison Square Garden."

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BOO

I remember BOO very well. You were my favorite local band. 3 piece, Hendrix and Cream covers. Eddie played a Hagstrom 8-string bass. John Page played a Les Paul that's probably worth a small fortune today. Drummer was John Sneed (I think). All great players.
I remember a curly haired guitar player who sat in at the end of one gig. Excellent blues player. No idea who he was.
You guys did a tune called "Apricot Brandy"