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16 January 1973, O’Casey Theatre, Mercer Arts Center, New York, NY, USA No setlist

Note: Patti opened for the New York Dolls. Two shows at 10.00 pm and 12.00 midnight.
18 January 1973, Theatre Genesis, St Mark’s-in-the-Bowery, New York, NY, USA
Blue Bitch

Note: Premiere of the play by Sam Shepard. Patti played Dixie. Performances continued with evening performances on 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 27, 28 January, 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11 February 1973.
23 January 1973, O’Casey Theatre, Mercer Arts Center, New York, NY, USA No setlist

Note: Patti opened for the New York Dolls. Two shows at 10.00 pm and 12.00 midnight.
1973, Play-House of the Ridiculous, La MaMa Theatre, New York, NY, USA
Identity

Note: Premiere of the play by Tony Ingrassia.
11 April 1973, Kenny’s Castaways, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Patti opened for Gunhill Road and Cathy Chamberlain’s Rag and Roll Revue.
12 April 1973, Kenny’s Castaways, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Patti opened for Gunhill Road and Cathy Chamberlain’s Rag and Roll Revue.
13 April 1973, Kenny’s Castaways, New York, NY, USA
You Don’t Want to Play with Me Blues, Anita Pallenberg in a South American Bar, Fire of Unknown Origin, Dog Dream, Rape

Note: Patti opened for Gunhill Road and Cathy Chamberlain’s Rag and Roll Revue.
14 April 1973, Kenny’s Castaways, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Patti opened for Gunhill Road.
15 April 1973, Kenny’s Castaways, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Patti opened for Gunhill Road.
May 1973, Kenny’s Castaways, New York, NY, USA
No setlist.

Note: Patti opened for Cathy Chamberlain’s Rag and Roll Revue.
13 July 1973, Acme Productions, 26 Greene Street, New York, NY, USA
No setlist

Note: Poetry reading in memory of Jim Morrison.
4 November 1973, Le Jardin, Hotel Diplomat, New York, NY, USA
"Patti Smith Performs Rimbaud Rimbaud Rimbaud"
No setlist
10 November 1973, Le Jardin, Hotel Diplomat, New York, NY, USA
"Rock ‘N’ Rimbaud"
Speak Low (Ogden Nash/Kurt Weill), Search for Rimbaud, Rape, Dog Dream, The Ballad of Hagen Waker, Debbie Denise, Mon Vieux Lucien, Picasso Laughing, Rimbaud Dead, Sonnet, Cry Me a River (Arthur Hamilton), Little Song, Bad Blood, Lono Lord, What Makes Ruda Ivory, Gibralto, Just an Accident, Judith Revisited, Picture Hanging Blues, Annie Had a Baby (Henry Glover) , Ballad of a Bad Boy, Star Fever, Dream of Rimbaud, Devotions (to Arthur Rimbaud)

Note: Patti Smith with Lenny Kaye and Bill Elliot
1973, Fernando Sánchez Fashion Show, New York, NY, USA
Annie Had a Baby
9 December 1973, Reno Sweeney, New York, NY, USA
I Ain’t Got Nobody (Spencer Williams), Mon Vieux Lucien, Just An Accident, Sally, Picture Hanging Blues, Annie Had A Baby, Ballad of A Bad Boy, Four Interesting Positions of a Retired Child Star, I Get a Kick Out of You (Cole Porter), Piano Sacrifice, Steve McAvoy, Fire of Unknown Origin, Jimbo

Note: Patti Smith with Lenny Kaye..
26 December 1973, Max’s Kansas City, New York, USA
No setlist.

Note: Patti Smith and Lenny Kaye, as support for Phil Ochs. There were two sets.
27 December 1973, Max’s Kansas City, New York, USA
No setlist.

Note: Patti Smith and Lenny Kaye, as support for Phil Ochs. There were two sets.
28 December 1973, Max’s Kansas City, New York, USA
No setlist.

Note: Patti Smith and Lenny Kaye, as support for Phil Ochs. There were two sets.
29 December 1973, Max’s Kansas City, New York, USA
No setlist.

Note: Patti Smith and Lenny Kaye, as support for Phil Ochs. There were three sets.
30 December 1973, Max’s Kansas City, New York, USA
No setlist.

Note: Patti Smith and Lenny Kaye, as support for Phil Ochs. There were three sets.
31 December 1973, Max’s Kansas City, New York, USA
No setlist.

Note: Patti Smith and Lenny Kaye, as support for Phil Ochs. There were two sets.



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