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03.28.1992 - Los Angeles, CA, A&M Studios
audio/video recording: ?
info: Ron Wood holds a listening party for his Slide On This album at A&M Studios, with Phil Spector and Ju Ju Hounds among the guests.
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03.29.1992 - Los Angeles, CA, Redondo Beach, Total Access Studios
audio/video recording: audio
set: Take a Look at the Guy
info: Ronnie Wood with Izzy Stradlin and the Ju Ju Hounds record a song Take a Look at the Guy from Ronnie's solo album I've Got My Own Album To Do at Total Access Studios.
Note

06.03.1992 - Chicago, IL, Chicago Studios
audio/video recording: video [ incomplete ]
set: Got Away, Time Gone By
info: MTV visited Ju Ju Hounds in Chicago Studios where they were recording the debut album. The band introduced some new songs called Got Away and Time Gone By (with Eddie Ashworth on mandolin). Got Away was later put as a bonus song on japanese edition of the album and also on b-side of Shuffle It All single, Time Gone By was released on the album.
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09.23.1992 - Chicago, IL, The Avalon
audio/video recording: ?
set: Bucket O' Trouble, Cuttin' The Rug, Shuffle It All, Time Gone By, How Will It Go, Somebody Knockin', Train Tracks, Take A Look At The Guy, Pressure Drop
info: The first concert in the history of Izzy Stradlin and the Ju Ju Hounds.The band opened the set with a punk rock song Bucket O' Trouble - the setlist isn't complete and not in right order but these tracks were played for sure. The stage was a bit cramped so the guys couldn't move a lot and they were a little bit nervous because of the adrenaline but they played their first show together.
Newspaper adds
Interview

09.30.1992 - Paris, France, Espace Orano
audio/video recording: audio, video
set: Came Unglued, Bucket O' Trouble, Cuttin' The Rug, Highway 49, Shuffle It All, Crackin' Up, Time Gone By, How Will It Go, Gotta Wanna Go, Somebody Knockin', Train Tracks, Take A Look At The Guy, Pressure Drop, Wipeout, Been A Fix, Pills, Goodnight Tonight
info: The band opened the concert with fast rock tune Came Unglued which all french fans knew from Pressure Drop EP, released two weeks before the show. Because the long play album wasn't released yet, the audience didn't know most of the songs. That's why Ju Ju Hounds played lot of covers including Highway 49 by Howlin' Wolf, The Surfaris' Wipeout, Ronnie Wood's Take a Look At The Guy or punk version of Bo Diddley's Pills and also a song called Goodnight Tonight which Guns N' Roses played in early years.
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Review

10.02.1992 - Hamburg, Germany, Grosse Freiheit 36
opening act: Paranois

set: Intro, Came Unglued, Bucket O' Trouble, Cuttin' The Rug, Crackin' Up, Time Gone By, Shuffle It All, Somebody Knockin', Been A Fix, Train Tracks, Pressure Drop, Wipeout, Take A Look At The Guy
Encore Highway 49, Can't Hear 'Em, Pills, Goodnight Tonight

audio/video recording: audio
info: After the concert Chalo sit down at the bar and later on the rest of the band joined him.
Review

10.05.1992 - Munich, Germany, Nachtwerk
audio/video recording: ?
Review

10.07.1992 - Amsterdam, Holland, Melkweg
audio/video recording: audio, video
set: Came Unglued, Bucket O' Trouble, Cuttin' The Rug, Crackin' Up, Time Gone By, Shuffle It All, Jivin' Sister Fanny, Gotta Wanna Go, Rockin' Daddy, Train Tracks, Pressure Drop, Guitar Solo, Little Red Rooster, Amazing Grace / Highway 49, Can't Hear 'Em, Pills, Been A Fix, Goodnight Tonight, Wipeout, Somebody Knockin', Take A Look At The Guy
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Hotel consumption ticket

10.09.1992 - London, England, Mean Fiddler
audience: 500
audio/video recording: audio, video
set: Came Unglued, Bucket O' Trouble, Cuttin' The Rug, Crackin' Up, Time Gone By, How Will It Go, Shuffle It All, Jivin' Sister Fanny, Rockin' Daddy, Gotta Wanna Go, Train Tracks, Pressure Drop, Been A Fix , Pills, Goodnight Tonight, Take A Look At The Guy, Somebody Knockin', Can't Hear 'Em, Wipeout
info: Three days before releasing the debut album Ju Ju Hounds played a show in small club called Mean Fiddler somewhere in northern-west of London. The shows started at 8 p.m. Izzy with Gibson weared blue shirt, jeans and a black hat. Take a Look at the Guy was sang together by Richards and Stradlin. How Will It Go was missed in the original documented set and was also played at this show - probably after Time Gone By. The touts standing before the Mean Fiddler wanted 100 pounds for a ticket to get and see this show. .
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Review

10.13.1992 - Melbourne, Australia
audio/video recording: video
info: This is the opening date of australian tour. After that gig the band made a small brake for three shows in Japan and then continued with shows in Australia. The same day the debut album Izzy Stradlin and the Ju Ju Hounds is released.

10.14.1992 - Kawasaki, Japan, Club Citta
audio/video recording: audio
set: Came Unglued, Bucket O'Trouble, Cuttin' The Rug, Crackin'Up, Time Gone By, Shuffle It All, Somebody Knockin', Take A Look At The Guy, Pressure Drop, Can't Hear'Em, Been a Fix, Encore: Rick's Guitar Solo, Little Red Rooster, Higway 49, Train Tracks, Wipe Out

info: First of the three shows in Japan. After Been a Fix the band left the stage. Rick came back to play a guitar solo which opened the encore.
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Article

10.16.1992 - Osaka, Japan, Imperial Hall
audio/video recording: audio
set: Morning Tea(Intro), Came Unglued, Bucket O' Trouble, Cuttin' the Rug, Crackin' Up, Shake That Thing [riff], Time Gone By, How Much, Rockin' Daddy, Jivin' Sister Fanny, Somebody Knockin', Take A Look At The Guy, Pressure Drop, Little Red Rooster, Highway 49, Wipeout, Pills, Been A Fix
info: Morning Tea is played as an intro of the show - it's a hidden and last track on the Ju Ju Hounds debut album. Rick plays a bit of Shake That Thing before Time Gone By - originally performed by his mother band Georgia Satellites.
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10.17.1992 - Tokyo, Japan, Shibuya Koukaido
audio/video recording: audio
set: Drum Intro, Came Unglued, Bucket O' Trouble, Cuttin' the Rug, Crackin' Up, Time Gone By, How Much, Rockin' Daddy, Jivin' Sister Fanny, Somebody Knockin', Take A Look At The Guy, Pressure Drop, Guitar Solo (Moonlight Mile), Little Red Rooster, Amazing Grace, Highway 49, Wipeout, Pills, Been A Fix, Train Tracks

info: 
Rolling Stones' Moonlight Mile is played during Rick's guitar solo.
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10.18.1992 - Tokyo, Japan
audio/video recording: no
info: Ju Ju Hounds didn't play show at this day, but the day after the show in Shibuya Koukaido Izzy was met before one of the hotels in Tokyo. 
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10.21.1992 - Newcastle, Australia
audience: 500
audio/video recording: ?
set: Crackin' Up, Take a Look at the Guy, Pressure Drop, Cuttin' The Rug, Somebody Knockin', Shuffle It All
info: The set isn't complete and probably not in right order. Ju Ju Hounds are back from Japan to continue the australian tour. Many australian fans were waiting for some GNR tunes, same as it was in Japan or Europe, Stradlin: "In Australia, there was a guy in just about every front row yelling for Dust N' Bones or something, and I'm hitting a chord every time they shout, going, 'What?!'. I can understand people wanting to hear that stuff - we were gonna rehearse some songs - but in GN'R, I didn't have any singles out. I wrote Patience but I didn't sing it. We just figured, 'Fuck it'. I don't miss those GN'R songs cos the stuff we've got now is better - better written, better to play. It's totally freeform; we break things down, extend them. If I come in late on a verse or miss it, we'll just look at each other and Rick'll keep going, do a solo or something". A really funny (scary) thing happened to Izzy after the show: "This kid came up after the gig in Newcastle, and goes, 'Will you hit me?' I'm like, 'What? I'll shake your hand, man, have a guitar pick', but he wanted me to hit him! That was a weird request".
Review

10.2?.1992 - Sydney, Australia, Enmore Theatre
audio/video recording: ?

10.2?.1992 - Parramatta, Australia, The General Bourke Hotel
audio/video recording: ?
set: Highway 49, Pressure Drop, Came Unglued, Cuttin' The Rug, Somebody Knockin', Crackin' Up, Can't Hear 'Em, Pipeline [encore]
info: The set isn't complete and probably not in right order. A rare performance of 60's classic called Pipeline in way as Johnny Thunders used to play it.
Review

10.2?.1992 - Adelaide, Australia
audio/video recording: ?

10.27.1992 - Dee Why Hotel, Sydney, Australia
audio/video recording: ?
setCame Unglued, Bucket O’ Trouble, Cuttin‘ The Rug, Crackin‘ Up, Time Gone By, Somebody Knockin‘, Shuffle It All, Train Tracks, Been A Fix, Pressure Drop, Take A Look at the Guy
info: The set isn't complete and probably not in right order
Review
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10.2?.1992 - St. Kilda, Australia

audio/video recording: ?

10.30.1992 - Melbourne, Australia, The Palace
audio/video recording: ?
info: First of the three shows in Melbourne.

10.31.1992 - Baxter, Australia, Baxter Tavern
audio/video recording: ?

11.01.1992 - Melbourne, Australia, Sarah Sands
opening act: The Reptiles Acoustic & Horsehead
audio/video recording: audio
set: Chalo's Drum Intro, Came Unglued, Bucket O' Trouble, Cuttin' The Rug, Crackin' Up, Time Gone By, Rockin' Daddy, Jivin' Sister Fanny, Somebody Knockin', Shuffle It All, Train Tracks, Been A Fix, Pressure Drop, Highway 49, Pills, Take A Look at the Guy, Wipeout, Satisfaction [outro]
info: Chalo plays a really long intro before Came Unglued. After Bucket O' Trouble one of the fans screamed 'Slash!!' and everybody started to laugh but Izzy just introduced another song. He changed the lines in Cuttin' The Rug from 'I'm feelin' lucky...' into 'I'm feelin horny, cause I've got the will'. It took some time for the band to switch from accoustic guitars in Time Gone By into electric in Rocker. After Jivin' Sister Fanny Izzy said: "So it's called Shuffle... it's a new single coming out". The single was released on week later. And after Shuffle It All some of the fans were screaming for GN'R song: 'play November Rain' but Izzy just answered: "This is about smokin' and rollin'!!" and Ju Ju's played Train Tracks. Been A Fix is introduced as "Aaa... Been a Fix... been a bitch...". After Highway 49 Izzy introduced the band. At the end of Wipeout the band played a little bit of Satisfaction which closed the set. 
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11.02.1992 - Melbourne, Australia, Village Green Hotel
audio/video recording: audio
set: Came Unglued, Bucket O' Trouble, Cuttin' The Rug, Crackin' Up, Time Gone By, My Fault, Jivin' Sister Fanny, Somebody Knockin', Shuffle It All , Train Tracks, Been A Fix, Pressure Drop, Highway 49, Pills, Take A Look at the Guy, Wipeout
info: Third show in Melbourne took place at Village Green Hotel in Mulgrave.

11.03.1992 - Mortdale, Sydney, Australia, St George Budapest Club
audio/video recording: ?
info: One of the fans who has been on this show said that Izzy "was sick that night and he didn't really do a lot of talking. The club was full with all local people. (...) It was very loud". St George Budapest was a local soccer club, this place was demolished one year later.
This show was probably played on November 3rd.



11.04.1992 - Brisbane, Australia, Transformers Night Club

audio/video recording: no
info: The show was cancelled.This and next five australian shows were cancelled due to Izzy's sickness. Izzy: "When I got back from Australia, where I picked up that flu virus, I was pretty haggard". Jimmy Ashhurst: "I think I remember having had to cut our Australian trip short for some reason...I think he had caught some kind of tropical fever, and he refuses to take any kind of prescription medicine so it just got worse and worse until we were forced to cancel a bunch of shows".

11.05.1992 - Toowoomba, Australia, Lake Hotel
audio/video recording: no
info: The show was cancelled.

11.06.1992 - Beenleigh, Australia, Beeleigh Tavern
audio/video recording: no
info: The show was cancelled.

11.07.1992 - Gold Coast, Australia, Broadbeach Hotel
audio/video recording: no
info: The show was cancelled.

11.08.1992 - Sunshine Coast, Australia, Mooloolabah
audio/video recording: no
info: The show was cancelled.

11.??.1992 - Auckland, New Zealand
audio/video recording: no
info: The show was cancelled.

11.17.1992 - Stockholm, Sweden, Daily News Melody
audio/video recording: ?
set: Bucket O' Trouble
infoThe whole band met on november 13th at the airport in Chicago and then all of them moved to Stockholm. These five days before the first show of european leg the band spent at Stockholm's Sheraton Hotel jamming and preapring for the No Sleep Till Dublin Tour. The set of this show isn't complete - Bucket O' Trouble is the only known song played at this show. Izzy: "In Stockholm, we started with Bucket O' Trouble and everyone was in a different fucking key, man! After the first few bars you could feel your stomach turning; it was bad. I was looking over thinking, I don't know who's in the right key, but when we came to the verse, somehow everybody went back to the right key, the A. It was just one of those things. Rick's going, 'Maybe we should just do that every night, start it out all fucked-up and then click into the A!'. It happens. You gotta flow with it".

11.18.1992 - Oslo, Norway, Sentrum
audio/video recording:
?
set: Bucket O' Trouble, Cuttin' the Rug, Jivin' Sister Fanny, Shuffle It All, Time Gone By, Pressure Drop
info: The set isn't complete. These are the only known songs played at this show. During Pressure Drop one of the norwegian fans ran into the stage to sing the song with Izzy. After awhile the security took him off the stage.
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Review

11.19.1992 - Lund, Sweden, Mejeriet  (The Dairy)
audio/video recording: ?
infoThe band stayed at Webers Hotel in Copenhagen and they moved to this gig in swedish town Lund with a hydrafoil. The band performed the soundcheck at 5:00 p.m. , the doors were opened at 8:30 p.m. and Ju Ju Hounds hit the stage at 9:15 p.m.
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11.21.1992 - Copenhagen, Denmark, Pumpehuset
audio/video recording: audio, video
set: Bucket O' Trouble, Cuttin' The Rug, Jivin' Sister Fanny, Crackin' Up, Time Gone By, Rockin' Daddy, My Fault, Shuffle It All, Somebody Knockin', Take A Look At The Guy, Train Tracks, Came Unglued, Pressure Drop, Little Red Rooster, Amazing Grace / Highway 49, Been A Fix, Pills, Wipeout, Goodnight Tonight
info: The band was on the World Tour since two months. However there still happened some small mistakes. During the show Izzy started two songs wrong just because he couldn't see the set-list. They entered the stage at 9:00 p.m. After the show the band moved to german town Bonn with a bus.
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11.22.1992 - Bonn, Germany, Biskuithalle
audio/video recording: audio, video
set: Bucket O' Trouble, Cuttin' The Rug, Jivin' Sister Fanny, Crackin' Up, Time Gone By, Rockin' Daddy, My Fault, Shuffle It All, Somebody Knockin', Take A Look At The Guy, Train Tracks, Came Unglued, Pressure Drop, Amazing Grace, Highway 49, Been A Fix, Pills, Wipeout, Goodnight Tonight
info: The band stayed at Maritim Bonn Hotel. During the show Izzy tried to talk to the crowd in german language. He clearly relished playing and sharing jokes with other Ju Ju Hounds. Ju Ju Hounds hit the stage at 8:30 p.m.
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Article

11.23.1992 - Frankfurt, Germany, Batschkapp
audio/video recording: ?
info: The band stayed at Frankfurt Marriott Hotel. The doors were opened at 8 o'clock and the band hit the stage one hour later after the supports show. 

11.24.1992 - Ludwigsburg, Germany, Rockfabrik
audio/video recording: ?
info: Ju Ju Hounds played soundcheck at 5 o'clock and three hours later they started their show. 

11.26.1992 - Bremen Hemelin, Germany, Aladin
audio/video recording: ?
Note: The doors were opened at 8:00 p.m., the tickets for this show costed 30 german marks while 35 at the day of the show.
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11.27.1992 - Amsterdam, Holland, Paradiso
audio/video recording: audio, video
set: Bucket O' Trouble, Cuttin' The Rug, Jivin' Sister Fanny, Crackin' Up, Time Gone By, Rockin Daddy, My Fault, Shuffle It All, Somebody Knockin', Take A Look At The Guy, Train Tracks, Came Unglued, Preasure Drop, Little Red Rooster, No Expectations, Highway 49, Pills, Wipeout, Goodnight Tonight
info: The band stayed at Amsterdam's American Hotel. The set isn't complete. The band is back to Amsterdam after a month. After Cuttin' the Rug Izzy said 'Thank You Amsterdam... guys alright down here?' and when the public answered 'Yeeaaah!!' the band started to play Bo Diddley's cover called Crackin' Up but in reggae/rock version as The Rolling Stones did play that song. Izzy changed a little bit the lyrics of another classic tune Rockin' Daddy, singing 'They call me a rocker I can fuck you all night long...'. A great performance of Little Red Rooster with Rick on lead vocals.
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11.28.1992 - Gent, Belgium, Vooruit
audio/video recording: ?
info: After the show the band moved to Milan, Italy with a bus - they had to cover a distance of 700 miles. 
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11.30.1992 - Milano, Italy, Rolling Stone
audio/video recording: audio
set: Intro, Bucket O' Trouble, Cuttin' The Rug, Jivin' Sister Fanny, Crackin' Up, Time Gone By, Rocker, My Fault, Shuffle It All, Somebody Knockin', Take A Look At The Guy, Train Tracks, Pressure Drop, Guitar Solo, Little Red Rooster, Amazing Grace / Highway 49, Wipeout, Pills, Goodnight Tonight
info: The band stayed at Milan Hilton Hotel. A great show with a really loud italian audience. Izzy was in very good vocal condition, he sang very raw which made the set really great. After Cuttin' The Rug Izzy's said "Alright, thank You" and the band pushed play with Jivin' Sister Fanny, while the fans started clapping their hands. Rick played a fantastic solo at the beginning of Crackin' Up. Excellent performance of Rocker - this song always shows the strenght of the instrumental section of Ju Ju Hounds. After My Fault Stradlin introduced the band and Jimmy started to play the Shuffe It All intro which led into the song. "Smokin' and rollin'!!" screamed Stradlin before Train Tracks. Italian fans had a great time during the reggae part of Pressure Drop, when they were singing the chorus - Izzy just praised them with "Beautiful". After the song Stradlin said "We'll see You!!" and the band left the stage but the italian fans continued singing the chorus from Pressure Drop. Robert Johnson's Travelling Riverside Blues and George Thorogood's Bad to the Bone is played during Rick's guitar solo. Later on they came back and Rick played a blusey solo and later sang Little Red Rooster, changing the lyrics from "The dogs begin to bark and hounds begin to howl" into "Dogs begin to bark and JU JU HOUNDS begin to howl...". After Goodnight Tonight Stradlin said "See You again, thank You for a good one... thank You", and Jimmy said something in italian - it's natural because he was born in Italy.

12.01.1992 - Zurich, Switzerland, Electric Ballroom
audio/video recording: ?

12.02.1992 - Paris, France, Elysee Montmartre
audio/video recording: audio
set: Intro, Bucket O' Trouble, Cuttin' The Rug, Jivin' Sister Fanny, Crackin' Up, Time Gone By, Rocker, My Fault, Shuffle It All, Somebody Knockin', Take A Look At The Guy, Train Tracks, Came Unglued, Pressure Drop, Little Red Rooster, Highway 49, Wipeout, Pills, Goodnight Tonight
info: Came Unglued isn't played at the beginning of the show as it usually was. Elysee Montmartre decibel limit was 104. The band had a soundcheck at 5:00 p.m. Tickets for this show costed 110 frank - more than 1000 tickets were sold.
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Ticket

12.04.1992 - Barcelona, Spain, Zeleste II
audience: 660
audio/video recording: audio
set: Bucket O’ Trouble, Cuttin’ The Rug, Jivin' Sister Fanny, Rockin' Daddy, Crackin’ Up, My Fault, Shuffle It All, Somebody Knockin’, Take A Look At The Guy, Train Tracks, Been A Fix, Pressure Drop, Amazing Grace / Highway 49, Instrumental, Pills, Goodnite Tonight
info: After Jivin' Sister Fanny Izzy said "You guys might know this song..." and they played Bo Diddley's Crackin' Up - we all can also know this song from Rolling Stones album Love You Live. Before My Fault Stradlin said "Hey Rick Richard is going to sing one..." and the band started to play a cool version of The Faces' classic with Rick on lead vocals. When Jimmy started to play the bass line of Shuffle It All the crowd started to scream and clap their hands. Then Iz said: "I hear Somebody Knockin'" and they played the opener of their debut album. Like on other shows Izzy didn't talk a lot, just introduced another songs to the crowd, like: "So Ronnie Wood song called Take A Look at the Guy...", "This is called Train Tracks", "This is called Been a Fix". After a great performance of Pressure Drop Izzy screamed: "Thank You Barcelona !! We will back here for sure... we'll see You again". After a short break the band came back to play Little Red Rooster and Amazing Grace like always as an intro for Howlin' Wolf's Highway 49. After that Izzy screamed: "Charlie Quintana!!" and Chalo started to play The Surfaris classic called Wipe Out. Goodnight Tonight closed the set. Great show with an incredible public of 660 spanish fans.
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12.05.1992 - Madrid, Spain, Sala Canciller
audience: 600
audio/video recording: audio
set: Intro, Bucket O' Trouble, Cuttin' The Rug, Jivin' Sister Fanny, Crackin' Up, Time Gone By, My Fault, Shuffle It All, Somebody Knockin', Take A Look At The Guy, Train Tracks, Been A Fix, Pressure Drop, Little Red Rooster, Wipeout, Pills, Goodnight Tonight
info: The set isn't complete. These are the only known songs played at this show. Tickets for this show costed 2300 pesos. A show in Cambridge, England was originally planned on that day, but like other two english shows was cancelled and replaced by this one.

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Article

12.04.1992 - Newport, England, Newport Centre
audio/video recording: ?
info: The show was cancelled.
Tour poster
Ticket

12.05.1992 - Cambridge, England, Corn Exchange
audio/video recording: ?
info: The show was cancelled.
Tour poster

12.06.1992 - Wolverhampton, England, Civil Hall
audio/video recording: ?
info: The show was cancelled.
Tour poster

12.07.1992 - Manchester, England, Manchester Academy
audio/video recording: ?
info: It should be the fourth show in England but in fact it was the first and also an opening concert of Ju Ju Hounds 1992 British Tour.
Tour poster

12.09.1992 - Nottingham, England, Nottingham Rock City
opening act: The Wildhearts
audio/video recording: ?
Tour poster
Review

12.10.1992 - Leeds, England, Town & Country Club
audio/video recording: ?
Tour poster

12.11.1992 - Middlesborough, England, Town Hall
audio/video recording: ?
info: At the end of the show Izzy threw his guitar pick into the crowd. The fan who grabbed it says: "He played at Middlesbrough Town Hall and once the concert finished Izzy threw the plectrum into the crowd. That's how I have come to have it. Says Ju Ju Hounds on one side of the plectrum".
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12.12.1992 - Glasgow, Scotland, Barrowlands
audio/video recording: ?
set
: Bucket O' Trouble

info: The show started at 8:45 p.m. with Bucket O' Trouble - it's the only known track played at this show. The show lasted about 70 minutes. Izzy and Hounds weren't moving a lot, just playing the music with Rick strutting the stage couple times.
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Review

Tour poster

12.14.1992 - Kentish Town, London, England, Town & Country Club
audio/video recording: video
set: Bucket O'Trouble, Cuttin The Rug, Jivin Sister Fanny, Crackin' Up, Time Gone By (w. Eddie Ashworth), Rocker, My Fault, Shuffle It All, Somebody Knockin, Take A Look At The Guy, Train Tracks, Been A Fix, Pressure Drop, Guitar Solo, Little Red Rooster, Highway 49, Wipeout, Pills, Goodnight Tonight
info: After two months Ju Ju Hounds are back in London with a concert in London Town & Country Club - in october they played in a club called Mean Fiddler. Eddie Ashworth joined the band for Time Gone By and Izzy introduced him: "Hey gimme some lights over there, (...) Eddie Ashworth on mandolin...". During the song one of the girls from the crowd jumped into the stage and Izzy screamed "she wants to dance..." and Jimmy wanted to catch her but she just escaped. After this show the band took a flight to Belfast.
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Review
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12.17.1992 - Belfast, Northern Ireland, Mandela Hall, Queens University
audio/video recording: ?
Interview



12.18.1992 - Dublin, Ireland, The Tivoli Theatre
audio/video recording: audio
set: Bucket O' Trouble, Cuttin' The Rug, Jivin' Sister Fanny, Time Gone By, Rockin' Daddy, Somebody Knockin', Pressure Drop, Little Red Rooster, Amazing Grace / Highway 49, Crackin' Up
info: The set isn't complete and probably not in right order. The show was recorded and later released in Japan as a five songs Live EP. Great show, probably the best on the European tour. Incredible performance of Rockin' Daddy - much more raw than ever before. The crowd starts 'Izzy' chant before the song and Stradlin said: 'This is an oldie song called Rocker'. Crackin' Up and Pressure Drop were later used as a hidden bonus songs on japanese edition of Stradlin second solo album.
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