1969-07-20 Pandemonium, Wanamassa, NJ

Scheduled: 21:30 – 02:00 Local Start Time ??:?? / End Time ??:??

Info & Setlist | Venue

One show, 9:30pm to 2.00am, with Child the sole act on the bill. A typical performance at this venue consisted of 4 or 5 sets with extended rest breaks in between (total onstage time about 2½ hours). This was the night that men first walked on the moon and numerous TV monitors were installed within the Club for the occasion. This created a major distraction during Child's performance, which upset some of the band members. An ensuing argument over the issue took place between the band and the Club’s manager and this turned out to be the last ever Child gig at this establishment. Pandemonium eventually ceased operation in March 1971. The premises re-emerged under new ownership on May 28, 1971 as 'John Barleycorn', a Top 40 only disco. Norman Seldin & The Joyful Noyze (in its pre-Clarence Clemons incarnation) headlined at the John Barleycorn grand opening.



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