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94.4

5 ratings

4 rated concerts

5 fan reviews

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Type: group

Founded: 1969

Founded in: Hereford, UK

Dissolved: 1974 (5 years)

Fan reviews: 5

  • Mott the Hoople fan
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    Toronto, Canada on Sun, 14 Oct 1973

    I was there it was one of the best concert I have ever been to and I’ve seen a lot of bands if you recall Aerosmith open the concert.

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    Cincinnati, US on Wed, 10 Oct 1973

    Opening act was Aerosmith who had a minor hit, at the time of course, of "Dream On."
    Great show by Mott. Girls in the front row going crazy. Reaching up and caressing the boys most sensitive body parts. Especially Overend and Ian. The boys in the band couldn't believe it. Neither could we in the audience watching. Sexually and musically a crazy night in a staid musical venue.

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    Detroit, US on Mon, 20 May 1974

    I was there. Kansas opened for Queen and was booed. Math was geat!.

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  • Mott the Hoople fan
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    Croydon, UK on Sun, 14 Dec 1969

    I was there!!!!!
    They were amazing live

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  • Mott the Hoople fan
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    Toronto, Canada on Sun, 14 Oct 1973

    I was at this show. I was 19 at the time, and a big Hoople fan (Young Dudes was a big hit at the time). I also like Blue Oyster Cult a lot, and had both their first two albums,although I can't remember for sure if they had more then, I think perhaps they did. Aerosmith was third-billed and opened the show-no one had heard of them yet, or knew the slightest about them. I recall thinking to myself that they seemed like a really great bar-band-kind of a mix of the Stones and Yardbirds in my mind. Hah! Who knew that they would turn out to be bigger than the two head-line acts combined in another five or so years. Ian Hunter was quite good at working the small, but enthusiastic crowd at Massey Hall-one of the greatest venues ever, and home of the TSO in those years. This was at the height of Glam-Rock...satin rockstar pants, make-up, blue and pink hair highlights and platform boots were all the new thing. Haha...that all seems quite innocent and hilarious now.

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Mott the Hoople tour history

  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2013
  • 2009
  • 2008
  • 1976
  • 1975
  • 1974
  • 1973
  • 1972
  • 1971
  • 1970
  • 1969

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