1978-04-18 (The Police)

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1978 04 18 ad.jpg
an ad for this concert
1978 04 28 Record Mirror Nashville review.png
a review of this concert in Record Mirror - April 29, 1978
Performance summary
Artist performing: The Police
Tour: 1977-1978 Pre-Outlandos performances
Venue: The Nashville Room
Location: London, England, UK
Support acts: The Crooks
Ticket prices: UK pounds: 0,75

On 1978-04-18, The Police performed at The Nashville Room in London, England, UK.


Roxanne and Be My Girl, Sally were played.

Recording information

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After the usual problems with their truck The Police manage to transport their gear from Sounds Alright to The Nashville Room. The Police eat pizza after their soundcheck. The two background singers look great, but sing out of tune...

175 people attend this concert that was reviewed in Record Mirror April 29, 1978. Kevin Coyne was there with his pals Ian McLagan (former Faces keyboarder) and journalist John Pidgeon.

A photo can be seen in the The Police: A Visual Documentary by Miles - April 1978 - right page, bottom.

See also

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sources: ads in NME + SOUNDS - April 15, 1978; review in Record Mirror - April 29, 1978; 'Whatever we do, this will always be the seminal band' (John Pidgeon report from August 24, 2007)

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