Some sources incorrectly claim that this was cancelled. Gregory.[22][21]. Molly Hatchet's first studio album in five years, and only release on Capitol Records, Lightning Strikes Twice was released in 1989, and it was their first one not to appear on the charts. 3838 people in the audience. Max Webster was claimed to have been also the openers, but according to a A II Z member, they didn't play. In March 1983, the line-up of Brown, Hlubek, Holland, Roland, West, and Borden released the band's fifth album No GutsNo Glory. Through more than 20 years of performing Southe I rock, Molly Hatchet has gone through multiple incarnations. Click here for 2nd ticket stub picture for the Jan 4th date. [16] After Brown left Molly Hatchet, he formed the Danny Joe Brown Band. March 7, 2023 Private Corporate Event - Indianapolis, Indiana NEW DIGITAL SINGLE AND LYRIC VIDEO OUT TODAY - MOLLY HATCHET has released a new digital single and lyric video for the track "Devil's Canyon (live)" today. [39], Molly Hatchet took its name from a prostitute who allegedly mutilated and decapitated her clients. Toronto, ONT, Canada CNE Grandstand **with Ted Nugent**, 08/27/82 New York, NY The Ritz **joined onstage by Steven Tyler**, 08/28/82 Saratoga, NY Performing Arts Center, 08/30/82 Columbia, MD Merriweather Post Pavilion, 09/02/82? View all concerts. Dave Hlubek died of a heart attack on September 2, 2017, at the age of 66. Bryan Bassett (ex-Wild Cherry) took over as second guitarist in 1994 and Buzzy Meekins (formerly of the Outlaws and Danny Joe Brown Band) was bassist after Banner left again in 1995. | South Bend, IN Morris Civic Center, 04/29/87 Wayne, NJ William Paterson College, 04/30/87? Click here for 3rd ticket stub picture for the Jan 4th date. The album was followed a year later by Flirtin' with Disaster,[8] with its title song another AOR hit, as was its first track, "Whiskey Man", from the album. Shakin' Street was going to play instead of Gamma, but cancelled. A veteran Molly Hatchet member Shawn Beamer is celebrating his 8th Anniversary as the band's drummer! 19900 people. Copyright 2021 Molly Hatchet. Tim Lindsey, performer and music lover throughout his long and successful career. Some sources incorrectly list this as Sun Plaza Hall or Youth Hall. One of its singles, "There Goes the Neighborhood", did, however, enter the top 30 on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. Show all. Copyright 2021 Molly Hatchet. Some sources incorrectly claim that Vinny Appice was on drums here already as Bill Ward was about to leave the band, but Bill Ward had agreed to play with Black Sabbath again. Fans worldwide are glad to see Timmy with Molly Hatchet!! If that was the first emotional heartbreak, Danny Joe Brown the singer for Molly Hatchet passed away from complications of diabetes he had suffered with for many years and he gave so much to the rock and roll industry and music around the world all of our heartfelt condolences and prayers go out to his family and children and he also will never be forgotten. Bill Ward left them in mid August 1980 and was replaced by Artists | Pittsburgh, PA Pittsburgh Civic Center **with Heart**, 09/13/85 Syracuse, NY NY War Memorial **with Heart**, 09/20/85 Hoffman Estates, IL Poplar Creek **with Simon F**, 09/22/85 Honolulu, HI Aloha Stadium **with Aerosmith & REO Speedwagon**, 09/25/85 Irvine, CA Irvine Meadows **with Night Ranger**, 09/28/85 Las Vegas, NV Convention Centre **with Night Ranger**, 09/29/85 Pomona, CA Pomona Valley Auditorium **with Night Ranger**, 09 or 10/? Riot cancelled as well. [3] Molly Hatchet has released eight more studio albums since their split with Epic in 1985, although none of them have been as successful as their early albums, nor charted in the United States. Just before a gig at Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas, though, Brown, Holland, and Roland decided to leave and return home, leaving only Hlubek, West, and Borden to play the show. Hollywood, CA Hollywood Palladium, 12/11/82 Albuquerque, NM Graham Central Station, 12/27/82 St Petersburg, FL Bayfront Center **with .38 Special**, 12/30/82 Little Rock, AR Barton Coliseum **with .38 Special**, 12/31/82? All of the band's founding members, the ones who played on the band's first album, have died. Tim Lindsey, performer and music lover throughout his long and successful career. Feagle was succeeded the same year by drummer Kenny Holton. Storrs, CT University of Connecticut, 05/03/87 Bringe, NH Franklin Pierce College, 05/17/87 El Paso, TX Mountain shadow Lake **KLAQ Ballooon Festival**, 05/25/87 Lexington, KY Red Mile Racetrack, 09/05/87 Rockford, IL Davis Park/On The Waterfront, 09/10/87 Springfield, MO **two sets, last CT show w/ Jon Brant**, 12/27/87 San Juan Capistrano, CA Coach House **two shows - early & late, Tom Petersson's first show back **, 12/31/87? Gainesville, FL O'Connell Center, 10/26/88 Tuscaloosa, AL Foster Auditorium **with Femme Fatale**, 10/29/88 New Orleans, LA LA Saenger Performing Arts Centre **with Femme Fatale**, 11/02/88 Stevens Point, WI Quandt Fieldhouse, 11/03/88 Normal, IL ISU Braden Auditorium, 11/04/88 Macomb, IL Western Illinois University, 11/05/88 West Lafayette, IN Elliot Hall of Music, 11/18/88 Kyoto, Japan Kaikan Daiichi Hall, 11/25/88 Nagoya, Japan Nagoya-Shi Kokkaido, 12/16/88 Green Bay, WI Brown Co Veterans Memorial Arena **with Bullet Boys**, 12/28/88 Evansville, IN Roberts Stadium, 12/29/88 Louisville, KY Louisville Gardens, 01/02/89 Cedar Rapids, IA Five Seasons Center, 01/05/89 Milwaukee, WI Riverside Theatre **with House of Lords**, 01/06/89 Milwaukee, WI Riverside Theatre **with House of Lords**, 01/07/89 Des Moines, IA Veteran's Memorial Auditorium, 01/08/89 South Bend, IN Morris Civic Auditorium, 01/21/89 Detroit, MI Palace of Auburn Hills, 01/25/89? the two bands would've have some difficulties with each other so that All setlist songs (1175) Years on tour. . Some sources list this incorrectly as Springfield, MA. Black Sabbath headlined, 13000 people. San Antonio, TX Convention Centre Arena **with Billy Squier**, 07/25/82 Austin. Brown returned to record No Guts Max Webster and More were claimed to have been also the openers, but according to a A II Z member, they didn't play. . Lots of thanks for figuring out many of these dates go to Rob Dwyer, webmaster of the now already gone Black Sabbath Live Project web site! [8] Danny Joe Brown's stage persona, gruff voice, and cowboy horse-whistling was replaced by Jimmy Farrar's new vocal style, mixed with a new, harder-rocking sound. Click here for 4th ticket stub picture for the Jan 4th date. So as we enter the next 40 years of music, Molly Hatchets tradition keeps developing the common bond of southern rockers and keeps our southern-style of music alive and well. Click here for 2nd ticket stub picture with date as July 14. window.mc4wp.listeners.push( November 1985 had the unveiling of the band's double live album Double Trouble Live,[8] after which the band was dropped by Epic. Norman OK LLoyd Noble Arena **with Saxon**, 07/18/82 Lubbock, TX Lubbock Coliseum **with Aldo Nova & Saxon**, 07/20/82 El Paso, TX Civic Center Plaza **with Saxon**, 07/21/82 Odessa, TX Ector Coliseum **with Saxon**, 07/23/82 Dallas, TX Reunion Arena **with Saxon**, 07/24/82? MOLLY HATCHET live 2019 06.12. In 1987, Bobby Ingram joined the band as lead guitarist and songwriter. tour advertisement for the November 1980 tour, Japan tour poster for the June 1980 tour - most of the gigs were cancelled, German Click here for gig cancellation notice picture. 230 W McCarty St, Indianapolis, IN 46225, USA, 3400 S Nova Rd, Port Orange, FL 32129, USA, 2023 Melbourne Ct, Melbourne, FL 32901, USA, 105 E Main St, St. Charles, IL 60174, USA, 342 Ludlow Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45220, USA, 2898 US-70, Black Mountain, NC 28711, USA, Wingfield Park, Center St, Ruidoso, NM 88345, USA, 212 19th St, Virginia Beach, VA 23451, USA, Beaverwood Rd & Perry St, Chislehurst BR7 6PP, UK, 28 Mount Pleasant, Wolverhampton, Bilston WV14 7LJ, UK, The Common, London Rd, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Tunbridge Wells TN4 8YU, UK, 1300 River Rd, North Tonawanda, NY 14120, USA, 1305 Memorial Ave, West Springfield, MA 01089, USA, 6112 Preston Hwy, Louisville, KY 40219, USA, 406 Cleveland St, Clearwater, FL 33755, USA, Emil-Meyer-Strae 26, 30165 Hannover, Germany, Osterbrooksweg 25, 22869 Schenefeld, Germany, Musiktheater REX, Fabrikstrae 10, 64625 Bensheim, Germany, Kraftwerkstrasse 7, 4133 Pratteln, Switzerland, Reitknechtstrae 6, 80639 Mnchen, Germany, Molly Hatchet Album Version MP3 Downloads, March 7, 2023 Private Corporate Event Indianapolis, Indiana, March 10, 2023 Dog House Bar and Concert Venue Port Orange, Florida, March 11, 2023 The Iron Oak Post Melbourne, Florida, March 17, 2023 The Strand Theatre Hudson Falls, New York, March 18, 2023 Stationery Factory Dalton, Massachusettes, March 31, 2023 District 142 Live Wyandotee, Michigan, April 1, 2023 Arcadia Theatre St. Charles, Illinois, April 7, 2023 Ludlow Garage Cincinnati, Ohio,, April 8, 2023 The Lamp Theatre Irwin, Pennsylvania, May 19, 2023 Silverados Black Mountain, North Carolina, May 20, 2023 Ride Ruidoso Wingfield Park Ruidoso, New Mexico, May 26, 2023 Blue Crab Festival Palatka, Florida, June 3, 2023 USO Experience Virginia Beach, Virginia, June 26, 2023 Abbey Road Studios London, England, United Kingdom, June 27, 2023 Abbey Road Studios London, England, United Kingdom, June 28, 2023 Abbey Road Studios London, England, United Kingdom, June 29, 2023 Beaverwood Rock Club Chislehurst, England, United Kingdom, July 1, 2023 The Tivoli Buckley, North Wales UK, July 2, 2023 Nightrain Bradford, England, UK, July 4, 2023 Robin 2 Wolverhampton, United Kingdom, July 5, 2023 100 Club London, England, UK, July 6, 2023 The Forum Tunbridge Wells, England, United Kingdom, July 7, 2023 Exeter Phoenix Exeter Devon, England, July 9, 2023 Time to Rock Festival 2023 Knislinge, Sweden, July 13, 2023 Bang Your Head Festival Messegelnde Balingen, Balingen, Germany, July 15, 2023 Altes Lager Motorcycle Jamboree Jterbog, Germany, July 21, 2023 Tom told me so, Turttle Creek, Webster, Wisconsin, August 17, 2023 Gratwick Waterfront Park North Tonawanda, New York, September 15, 2023 The Big E Eastern States Exposition West Springfield, Massachusetts, September 29, 2023 Habana Blues Night Life Louisville, Kentucky, September 30, 2023 Honeywell Center Wabash, Indiana, October 6, 2023 Odawa Casino / Ovation Hall Petoskey, Michigan, October 14, 2023 Capitol Theatre Clearwater, Florida, November 30, 2023 Musikzentrum Hannover, Germany, December 1, 2023 JUKS Schenefeld Hamburg, Germany, December 2, 2023 Kubana Live Club Sieburg, Germany, December 3, 2023 Musictheatre Piano Dortmund, Germany, December 5, 2023 Zik-Zak Ittre, Belgium, December 6, 2023 Musiktheatre REX Bensheim, Germany, December 7, 2023 Z7 Konzertfabrik- Pratteln, Switzerland, December 8, 2023 Kreuz Obermarchtal Obermarchtal, Germany, December 9, 2023 Backstage Kulturzentrum Munich, Germany, December 10, 2023 Theaterstuebchen Kassel, Germany, December 12, 2023 Spectrum Augsburg, Germany, December 14, 2023 Le Forum 2 Vaural, France, December 15, 2023 Les Tranzmatten Slestat, France, February 4, 2023 Berts Black Widow Harley Davidson Port Charlotte, Florida, November 19, 2022 Family Arena St. Charles, Missouri, November 18, 2022 Space Coast State Fair Viera, Florida. [1] Toronto, ONT, Canada CNE Grandstand **with Ted Nugent, Coney Hatch**, 09/11/82 Pittsburgh, PA Pittsburgh Civic Center **with Kansas**, 09/19/82 Eugene, OR Lane County Fairgrounds **with Rainbow**, 09/24/82 Fresno, CA Selland Arena **with Rainbow**, 09/25/82 San Diego, CA Sports Arena **with Rainbow**, 10/06/82 Topeka, KS Municipal Auditorium, Washburn University, 10/09/82 Atlanta, GA Georgia State Gymnasium, 10/12/82? In 2005, Dave Hlubek, a founding member after playing in various bands around the United States has returned to Molly Hatchet after 20 years. The Greatest Hits album was released in 1991 and certified gold. Have a look which song was played how often in 1980! Fans worldwide are glad to see Timmy with Molly Hatchet!! Some sources suggest 1980-07-10 as the date, but the correct date is 1980-07-09 according to local newspapers. 4000 people, Riot was scheduled to play as well but cancelled at the last minute. Their self-titled debut album was released on Epic records in 1978 and reached multi-platinum status as the band established their reputation of working hard, playing tough and living fast through intense touring with such bands as Aerosmith, Bob Seger, The Rolling Stones and many more. Song Statistics Stats; Tour Statistics Stats; Other Statistics; All Setlists. [21] The band remained a successful act on the touring circuit. After the recording of Kingdom, guitarist Russ Maxwell came aboard after Bassett left the group to rejoin Foghat, then Shawn Beamer (from Southern Rock Rebellion) replaced Sean Shannon in the fall of 2001. Jimmy Farrar, who was frontman from 1980 to 1982, died of heart failure on October 29, 2018, at 67. San Diego, CA San Diego Stadium **KGB-FM Skyshow" w/ Chuck Berry, Joan Jett, Susan Lynch, Blitz Bros**, 05/09/82 San Luis Obispo, CA Main Gym, Cal Poly State University, 05/29/82 Nashville, TN Municipal Auditorium, 06/04/82 Spokane, WA Coliseum **with Saxon**, 06/06/82 Portland, OR Paramount **with Saxon**, 06/07/82 Portland, OR Paramount **with Saxon**, 06/08/82 Seattle, WA Paramount **with Aldo Nova & Saxon**, 06/09/82 Seattle, WA Paramount **with Aldo Nova & Saxon**, 06/11/82 Yakima, WA Speedway **with Saxon**, 06/13/82 Rapid City, SD Rushmore Plaza Civic Center **with Saxon**, 06/14/82 Bismarck, ND Civic Center **with Saxon**, 06/16/82 Fargo, ND Civic Center **with Saxon**, 06/18/82 Wausau, WI State Park Speedway **with Krokus & Saxon**, 06/19/82 Duluth, MN Arena **with Krokus**, 06/20/82 Bloomington, MN Met Centre **with Krokus & Saxon**, 06/23/82 Dubuque, IA Five Flags Centre **with Krokus & Saxon**, 06/25/82 Omaha, NE Arena **with Krokus & Saxon**, 06/26/82 Kansas City, MO Memorial Hall **with Krokus & Saxon**, 06/27/82 St Louis, MO Kiel Auditorium **with Krokus & Saxon**, 06/29/82 Nashville, TN Municipal Auditorium **with Krokus & Saxon**, 06/30/82 Lexington, KY Rupp Arena **with Krokus & Saxon**, 07/02/82 Saginaw, MI Wendler Arena **with Krokus & Saxon**, 07/03/82 East Troy, WI Alpine Valley **with Krokus & Saxon**, 07/04/82? The Southern Rock community has lost a great person that she gave all and loved Molly Hatchet and the friends she made along the way. [4] He was replaced by Bobby Ingram, who had contributed backup vocals to Double Trouble, had played as a guitarist in the Danny Joe Brown Band, and had also played earlier with Brown in Rum Creek. Stephanie was the seventh member of Molly Hatchet and she did many things behind the scenes that no one ever saw and she was never the person that would ever want anything in return. Gig was apparently so loud that the venue banned concerts for over 10 years. Facebook [4][5] Also included in the current lineup are drummer Shawn Beamer, bassist Tim Lindsey and vocalist Jimmy Elkins.[6]. KATE BUSH - THEM HEAVY PEOPLE LIVE (REVOLVER), KATE BUSH'S FIRST TV Kln Frechen Benzelrather Eisenbahn -Kite & Wuthering Heights LIVE, November 15, 1982 Bangor Auditorium, Bangor, ME, August 4, 1989 Harriet Island Regional Park, St. Paul, MN. [38] In June 2022, Ingram reported to the Creston News Advertiser that a new Molly Hatchet album is in the works and intended for a late 2023 release. Rescheduled from 1981-01-05. Named after a famous 17th-century axe murderess "hatchet molly" who would behead her lovers with the hand tool Lizzy Borden made famous. That same year, Ingram took a short break from touring after suffering a heart attack, and the band continued with only Maxwell on guitar.[26]. In late 1990, a revised band led by Brown and Ingram featured new players Rik Blanz (guitar), Rob Scavetto (keyboards), Eddie Rio (bass), and David Feagle (drums), but the Hatchet's lineup in the 1990s was a bit of a revolving door. B. Borden (also known as B. Images & Album Art appears courtesy of Paul Raymond Gregory 2008 Melody Crafter Music, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Lyon, France Palais D'hiver **with Angel City**, 11/10/80? Molly Hatchet returned in 1989 without Hlubek for an album of straight, polished AOR, Lightning Strikes Twice. Devils Canyon, the first studio album in 6 years was then recorded in Hamburg, Germany in 1996 under the care and guidance of Rainer Hansel, CBH Records. Nashville, TN Opryland **postponed from 5/11/84**, 05/31/84? The page has been updated on 2021-08-06. Site Search | Some sources incorrectly claim that this was cancelled or that the date was 26th. This line-up recorded the album Silent Reign of Heroes (June 1998). Brown was replaced in 1980 in Molly Hatchet by vocalist Jimmy Farrar,[8] a native of LaGrange, Georgia. Molly Hatchet is not due to play near your location currently - but they are scheduled to play 20 concerts across 5 countries in 2023-2024. . Privacy Policy, Fri Apr 7,2023 at Live at the Ludlow Garage in Cincinnati, OH, Radio City Music Hall in New York, NY, USA, Myrtle Beach Convention Center in Myrtle Beach, SC, USA, Market Square Arena in Indianapolis, IN, USA, Louisville Gardens in Louisville, KY, USA, The Zoo Amphitheatre in Oklahoma City, OK, USA, El Paso County Coliseum in El Paso, TX, USA, Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena in Ashwaubenon, WI, USA, Five Seasons Center in Cedar Rapids, IA, USA, Poplar Creek Music Theater in Hoffman Estates, IL, USA, Fredericksburg Fairgrounds in Fredericksburg, VA, USA, Mid-South Fairgrounds in Memphis, TN, USA. First show of the day. Drummer Bruce Crump died on March 16, 2015, at age 57, from complications after a 12-year battle with throat cancer. At the end of the Sabbath set, a nude girl ran across the stage and used the microphone to say "Happy birthday Black Sabbath". They reunited in the mid-'90s as an active touring outfit, releasing Devil's Canyon, their first record since Lightning Strikes Twice, in 1996. The band toured both in Europe and States for the Heaven And Hell album. They experienced commercial success and popularity during the late 1970s and early-to-mid 1980s among southern and hard rock communities. Not even the group's fans bought the record, and Molly Hatchet disbanded shortly afterward. Blue Oyster Cult, Molly Hatchet, Shakin' Street: Aug 18 1980: Chicago, IL: International Amphitheatre: Aug 19 1980: Bloomington: Metropolitan Sports Center: Blue Oyster Cult, Shakin' Street: Aug 19 1980: Bill Ward's last gig with the band until Live Aid in 1985: . Louisville, KY Louisville Palace, November 15, 1982 Bangor Auditorium, Bangor, ME (supported by The Ramones), 11/17/82 Rochester, NY Auditorium Theater, 11/19/82 Mt Pleasant, MI Rose Arena **with The Look**, 11/22/82 Peoria, IL Civic Center **with Elvis Brothers, Rory Gallagher**, 11/27/82 Berkeley, CA Community Theatre **with Novo Combo**, 11/30/82 Santa Barbara, CA Arlington Theatre, 12/02/82 Stockton, CA Fox Theatre **with The Producers**, 12/? DE-Flensburg - Roxy 07.12. Some sources list the venue as Jeppeson Stadium, but the venue was renamed to Robertson Stadium before the show took place. Album Artwork; Molly Hatchet Photos; Molly Hatchet Videos; . In 2011, drummer Shawn Beamer had a heart attack and a temporary drummer Scott Craig was brought in. Max Webster was claimed to have been also the openers, but according to a A II Z member, they didn't play. Richmond, VA County Civic Center, 08/19/82 Knoxville, TN Civic Coliseum **with Joan Jett**, 08/24/82 Fitchburg, MA Wallace Civic Center, 08/25/82? Click here for ticket stub picture with the 1980-08-06 date. Add Setlist. Blanz left in mid-1991, replaced by Erik Lundgren. [3] The band went on a year-long tour to support the album, playing smaller venues such as clubs and theaters, as opposed to the stadiums and arenas that had expanded their popularity. He was 53. The 1998 release of Silent Reign Of Heroes was recorded back in Hamburg, Germany with producer/guitarist Bobby Ingram and is kept in the same spirit and tradition as the past with new hit songs Mississippi Moon Dog, Saddle Tramp, Miss Saturday Night and the title track Silent Reign Of Heroes. This show was earlier on listed as October 24th, but ticket stubs and eyewitnesses say it was on October 19th instead. provides high-quality Rolex replica watches. Former Hatchet singer Danny Joe Brown, despite a long battle with diabetes and the effects of a stroke, was able to take the stage one last time at the Jammin' for DJB benefit concert organized by former Hatchet bassist Riff West on July 18, 1999, at Orlando, Florida's Club LaVela. Cheap Trick (HL), A Day On The Green Festival, Oakland Stadium, Journey (HL), Cheap Trick, Molly Hatchet, Gamma. Epic Records Clarkston, MI Pine Knob Music Theatre, 04/27/80 Madison, WI Dane County Coliseum, 05/05/80 Boston, MA Boston Gardens **with Off Broadway**, 05/08/80 Binghampton, NY Broome County Arena, 05/09/80 Syracuse, NY War Memorial Auditorium, 05/12/80 New York, NY Madison Square Garden, 05/14/80 Augusta, ME Civic Center **with Natural Gas**, 05/19/80 Springfield, MA Civic Center **with Off Broadway**, 05/23/80 Philadelphia, PA Spectrum **with The Greg Kihn Band**, 06/04/80 Pittsburgh, PA Stanley Theater **with Off Broadway**, 06/05/80 Pittsburgh, PA Stanley Theater **with Off Broadway**, 06/20/80 New Orleans, LA Superdome **with The Eagles, Foreigner**, 06/21/80 Dallas, TX Cotton Bowl **Texas Jam with The Eagles, Foreigner, April wine, Sammy Hagar, Christopher Cross, Savvy**, 07/09/80 Austin, MN Riverside Arena **with Yipes! Click here for another gig poster picture with date as July 12. **, 07/? })(); Subscribe to the Molly Hatchet Newsletter and receive tour date schedules and more You can unsubscribe any time. A mixture of blues, country, gospel and the English invasion of rock and roll that later was to be coined the phrase Southern Rock. The music was filled with style and emotion and with bands in the forefront such as the Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd and a band from Jacksonville, Florida called Molly Hatchet. The last gig with Bill Ward on drums. Included on the album is an acoustic version of the classic hit Fall Of The Peacemakers. Click here for ticket stub back side picture. Sammy Hagar was scheduled to play but cancelled. Brown returned to record No Guts No Glory (1983), The Deed Is Done (1984) and Double Trouble Live (1985).In the fall of 1985, Bobby Ingram of Jacksonville came into the band as lead guitar and songwriter and the band continued to tour over 200 dates a year and in 1989 record Lightning Strikes Twice for capitol records. Sold out show, Neon Knights B side (Children Of The Sea) recordings. This show was part of "Black 'N' Blue Weekend" in New England. E-mail: The band released six studio albums on Epic Records between 1978 and 1984, including the platinum-selling hit records Molly Hatchet (1978), Flirtin' with Disaster (1979) and Beatin' the Odds (1980). Upcoming Tour Dates; Past Tour Dates; About us; Albums; Media. Nice, France Theatre de Verdure **with Angel City**, 11/14/80 Lisbon, Portugal Pavilhao de Alvalade, 12/04/80 St Louis, MO Checkerdome **with The Babys, Off Broadway**, 12/05/80 Kansas City, MO Municipal Auditorium **with New England**, 12/14/80 Spokane, WA Coliseum **with Michael Schenker Group**, 12/17/80 Seattle, WA Seattle Center Coliseum **with Michael Schenker Group**, 12/19/80 Medford, OR Jackson County Expo Center, 12/20/80 Sacramento, CA Memorial Auditorium **with MSG? Contact | New Orleans, LA World's Fair (date in late May/early June), 06/01/84 Arlington, TX Six Flags Over Texas, 06/22/84? The original lineup, which formed in the mid-1970s, released two multiplatinum albums Molly Hatchet and Flirtin' With Disaster. Click here for medical team pass picture. Singer Phil McCormack died on April 26, 2019, at 58. In 2003 the band is celebrating its 25th anniversary of the first national or international release with first a double Live album Locked and Loaded recorded in Germany as they consider this their home away from home and it is the first time in 7 years that a Live album has made the European Charts and SPV GmbH is still there beloved record company with Rainer Hansel and Manfred Schutz. Molly Hatchet is an American rock band formed in 1971 by guitarist Dave Hlubek in Jacksonville, Florida. According to Billboard magazine, Black Sabbath and Blue Oyster Cult received $218,750 of the show. Some sources incorrectly list the venue as Wessex Hall. Postponed from 1980-05-01. Molly Hatchet is the self-titled debut album by American southern rock band Molly Hatchet, released in 1978. . DE-Lbeck - Werkhof 08.12. Molly Hatchet is an American rock band formed in 1971 by guitarist Dave Hlubek in Jacksonville, Florida. The cause was kidney failure. 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