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Cat Stevens in concertHalf the fun of attending a concert was obtaining memorabilia from the concert to remember that special event - perhaps a t-shirt, a programme, a pin or some other item that was being sold at the concert halls. Cat Stevens concerts were no different than any other rock concerts of the era. There were many different souvenirs you could purchase to remember that special concert as well as the popular concert programmes. Each Cat Stevens tour had its own unique concert programme to accompany the concert. The quality of these programmes ranged from the very basic to an 8 page booklet complete with glossy photographs and entertaining biographies.


On Sunday, December 12, 1971 Cat Stevens and A&M Records held a benefit concert to help battle drug addiction. The C.U.R.E concert was held at the Theatre Royal in London. This C.U.R.E Concert Programme comes courtesy of George Brown

The Moonshadow Tour of 1972 also had its own programme. Here is the Australian Tour Programme. This programme includes a self portrait of Cat. The program is photocopied and is courtesy of Keith Balaam.     UPDATE Jan 2001... The Moonshadow Programme has now been updated in full color complete with all the missing pages and articles. This version of the Australian 1972 Programme comes courtesy of Bruce Lawrie.

The programme, made for the 1974 Cat Stevens tour - The Bamboozle Musical Tour is probably one of the most basic programmes I've seen. It is printed on glossy paper and only consists of 4 pages.

1976 Majikat Earth Tour Official Programme.  - This is a great programme - check it out! It contains some very rare photographs which I have never seen other than in this programme. The articles are also quite entertaining to read. One even seems to have been written by Alun Davies.

The Year of the Child Concert Programme from 1979. This was a Unicef benefit concert with a couple of renowned acts. This was to be Cat's last live performance of his career. This programme is courtesy of Keith Balaam and Alan Bayly.


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