1990/91 Concert Chronology

1990

6 January 1990 - R.E.M.'s West Clayton Street Studio, Athens, GA
notes: Rehearsal Sessions begin for the new album.

6 February 1990 - Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY
event: Press Conference by Michael Stipe & Jim McKay for the unveiling of Direct Effect - this was attended by KRS-One, Jane Pratt, Natalie Merchant, Jem Cohen, Tom Gilroy & Jim Herbert who after introductions by Michael, each guest discussed the specific topic their PSA addressed, followed by screening of their individual PSA's.

8 February 1990 - Atlanta CD, Atlanta, GA
set: MacDougal Blues / With The People - King Of Birds / Last Song Of Maddie Hope / Chico & Maria / Hey Landlord (Meatloaf And Fishsticks) / I'm Free / The House Above Tina's Grocery
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck. Live in-store performance.

14 February 1990 - Max's On Broadway, Baltimore, MD
set 1: MacDougal Blues / Suede Shoe Blues / Lost And Found / The Friend Song / Catch The Wind / Not Afraid To Die / Peacemaker / Gotta Move On - So High - The One I Love - Black Betty
set 2: The House Above Tina's Grocery - That's All Right - Mystery Train / Heard The Laughter Ending / Last Song Of Maddie Hope / With The People - The Innocent - King Of Birds / Trail Of Seasons / You Mean Everything / Straight To Hell / Chico & Maria / Hey Landlord (Meatloaf And Fishsticks)
encore: I'm Free
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck show.

15 February 1990 - Lonestar Roadhouse, New York, NY
support: Cindy Lee Berryhill
set 1: Chattahoochie Coochie Man / MacDougal Blues / With The People - The Innocent - King Of Birds / Catch The Wind / Last Song Of Maddie Hope / Not Afraid To Die / My Youngest Son Came Home Today / Iron Mountain / Chico & Maria / Suede Shoe Blues
set 2: The House Above Tina's Grocery - That's All Right - Mystery Train / Straight To Hell / Heard The Laughter Ending / Gotta Get Out Of Here / Trail Of Seasons / Honeysuckle Blue / Lost And Found / Hey Landlord (Meatloaf And Fishsticks) / I'm Free
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck show, with Billy Bragg, Michelle Malone & Keith Streng. Billy Bragg joins on 'My Youngest Son Came Home Today' & 'Iron Mountain', Michelle Malone on 'Straight To Hell', & Keith Streng on 'I'm Free'.

16 February 1990 - Theatre Of Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA
support: Cindy Lee Berryhill
set: MacDougal Blues / Chattahoochie Coochie Man / Last Song Of Maddie Hope / Lost And Found / Honeysuckle Blue / Trail Of Seasons / Scarred But Smarter / Not Afraid To Die / Suede Shoe Blues / With The People - The Innocent - King Of Birds / The House Above Tina's Grocery - That's All Right - Mystery Train / Straight To Hell / Chico & Maria / Hey Landlord (Meatloaf And Fishsticks)
encore: Peacemaker / Iron Mountain / I'm Free
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck show.

17 February 1990 - Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ
soundcheck included: Iron Mountain / I'm Free / Crossroads / The Bagman And The Twangman
Kevn Kinney set 1: Wild Thing / The House Above Tina's Grocery - That's All Right - Mystery Train / Catch The Wind / Lost And Found / With The People - The Innocent - King of Birds / Gotta Move On - So High - Black Betty / Honeysuckle Blue / Driver 8 / Suede Shoe Blues / Iron Mountain
Kevn Kinney set 2: New York New York - MacDougal Blues / Chattahoochie Coochie Man / Last Song Of Maddie Hope / Peacemaker / The Friend Song / Not Afraid To Die / Scarred But Smarter / The Whisper Tames The Lion - The One I Love - Whisper Tames The Lion
Nikki Sudden: Crossroads / The Bagman And The Twangman / The Sun Is Shining
Kevn Kinney set 2 continued: I'm Free / Straight To Hell
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck show. Nikki Sudden joins them for the soundcheck, & after playing his own show at CBGB's that night, joins near the end of Kevn's set for 'Crossroads' onwards, with Roger Manning joining on guitar for 'Straight To Hell'. Mark 'Microwave' Mytrowitz guests on 'Wild Thing' while setting up.

18 February 1990 - Edwards Auditorium, University Of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI
support: Cindy Lee Berryhill
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck, with Nils Lofgren.

19 February 1990 - The Paradise, Boston, MA
support: Cindy Lee Berryhill
set: Last Song Of Maddie Hope / Chattahoochie Coochie Man / Catch The Wind / The Innocent - With The People - King Of Birds / The House Above Tina's Grocery - That's All Right - Mystery Train / Driver 8 / Pipeline (snippet) / New York New York - MacDougal Blues / Honeysuckle Blue / Gotta Move On - So High - The One I Love - Pick A Bale Of Cotton - Black Betty / The Friend Song / Check Your Tears At The Door / Scarred But Smarter / Suede Shoe Blues / Iron Mountain / Human Fly / Straight To Hell / Chico & Maria / Hey Landlord (Meatloaf And Fishsticks)
encore: Not Afraid To Die / I'm Free
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck show.

20 February 1990 - Iron Horse Music Hall, Northampton, MA
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck.

22 February 1990 - Nightclub 9:30, Washington, D.C.
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck, with Nikki Sudden.

23 February 1990 - WCWM 90.9FM Studios, WCWM 90.9FM, Campus Center, College Of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA
notes: Radio interview with Kevn Kinney, Peter Buck & Nikki Sudden.

23 February 1990 - Richmond Public Library, Richmond, VA
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck, with Nikki Sudden.

24 February 1990 - Gammon Gymnasium, Hampton-Sydney College, Farmville, VA
notes: Kevn Kinney, Peter Buck, Tim Nielsen, Jeff Sullivan & Buren Fowler, with Nikki Sudden.

25 February 1990 - WTJU 91.3FM Studios, WTJU 91.3FM, Peabody Hall, University Of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
notes: Radio interview with Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck, with Nikki Sudden.

25 February 1990 - Trax, Charlottesville, VA
notes: Kevn Kinney, Peter Buck, Tim Neilsen, Jeff Sullivan & Buren Fowler, with Nikki Sudden.

26 February 1990 - WXYC 89.3FM Studios, WXYC 89.3FM, Frank Porter Student Union, The University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
set included: The Bagman And The Twangman
notes: Radio interview with Kevn Kinney, Peter Buck & Nikki Sudden, & live in-studio performance.

26 February 1990 - Cat's Cradle, Chapel Hill, NC
support: Cindy Lee Berryhill
Kevn Kinney: Chattahoochie Coochie Man / Catch The Wind / Iron Mountain / Trail Of Seasons / I Live In A Box - Gotta Move On - So High - Pick A Bale Of Cotton - Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black) - Black Betty / Not Afraid To Die
Nikki Sudden: Ambulance Station / Fortune Of Fame / The Bagman And The Twangman / Crossroads
notes: Kevn Kinney, Peter Buck, Tim Nielsen, Jeff Sullivan & Buren Fowler, with Nikki Sudden, who plays on his own songs, from 'Ambulance Station' onwards.

27 February 1990 - Schoolkids Records, Chapel Hill, NC
Kevn Kinney: MacDougal Blues / Last Song Of Maddie Hope / Indian Song
Nikki Sudden: Fortune Of Fame / The Bagman And The Twangman
Kevn Kinney: Chico & Maria
notes: Kevn Kinney, Peter Buck, Tim Nielsen, Jeff Sullivan & Buren Fowler, with Nikki Sudden, who plays on his own songs 'Fortune Of Fame' & 'Bagman'. Live in-store performance.

28 February 1990 - Record Exchange, Greensboro, NC
Kevn Kinney: Last Song Of Maddie Hope / MacDougal Blues / Indian Song
Nikki Sudden: The Bagman And The Twangman / Fortune Of Fame
Kevn Kinney: Chico & Maria
notes: Kevn Kinney, Peter Buck, Tim Nielsen, Jeff Sullivan & Buren Fowler, with Nikki Sudden, who plays on his own songs 'Fortune Of Fame' & 'Bagman'. Live in-store performance.

28 February 1990 - 13:13, Charlotte, NC
notes: Kevn Kinney, Peter Buck, Tim Nielsen, Jeff Sullivan & Buren Fowler, with Nikki Sudden.

1 March 1990 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
support: Fred LeBlanc
Kevn Kinney: New York New York - MacDougal Blues / Chattahoochie Coochie Man / Catch The Wind / Last Song Of Maddie Hope / Peacemaker / I Live In A Box - Gotta Move On - So High - Pick A Bale Of Cotton - Black Betty / Trail Of Seasons / Suede Shoe Blues / Gotta Get Out Of Here / Not Afraid To Die
Nikki Sudden: Ambulance Station / The Bagman And The Twangman / Crossroads / Fortune Of Fame
Kevn Kinney: With The People - King Of Birds / Indian Song / The House Above Tina's Grocery - That's All Right - Mystery Train / Iron Mountain / Chico & Maria / Hey Landlord (Meatloaf And Fishsticks)
encore: Scarred But Smarter / I'm Free / Straight To Hell
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck show, with Tim Nielsen, Jeff Sullivan, Buren Fowler, John Keane, & Nikki Sudden. Nikki Sudden plays on his own songs - 'Ambulance Station', 'Bagman', 'Crossroads' & 'Fortune Of Fame' as well as 'I'm Free'. John Keane plays slide guitar on 'Gotta Get Out Of Here'.

2 March 1990 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
support: Skinpops
Nikki Sudden set included: Ambulance Station / The Bagman And The Twangman / Crossroads
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck show, with Tim Nielsen, Jeff Sullivan, Buren Fowler, Mike Mills & Nikki Sudden. Sudden plays on his own songs 'Ambulance Station', 'Bagman' & 'Crossroads'.

3 March 1990 - The Roxy, Atlanta, GA
support: The Jody Grind, Nikki Sudden
Kevn Kinney: New York New York - MacDougal Blues / Chattahoochie Coochie Man / Catch The Wind / Last Song Of Maddie Hope / Suede Shoe Blues / I Live In A Box - Gotta Move On - So High - Pick A Bale Of Cotton - Black Betty / Trail Of Seasons / Not Afraid To Die / The Friend Song
Nikki Sudden: Fortune Of Fame / The Bagman And The Twangman / Crossroads
Kevn Kinney: The Innocent - With The People - King Of Birds / Indian Song / The House Above Tina's Grocery - That's All Right - Mystery Train / Lost And Found / Chico & Maria / Hey Landlord (Meatloaf And Fishsticks)
encore 1: Scarred But Smarter / I'm Free / Straight To Hell
encore 2: Driver 8 / Amazing Grace - Honeysuckle Blue - Hey Jude
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck show, with Tim Nielsen, Jeff Sullivan, Buren Fowler, John Keane & Nikki Sudden. Nikki Sudden plays on his own songs - 'Fortune Of Fame', 'The Bagman And The Twangman' & 'Crossroads', plus 'I'm Free' and 'Straight To Hell'.

4 March 1990 - 'Scene Breakout', WMMS 100.7FM, WMMS 100.7FM Studios, Statler Office Tower, Cleveland, OH
set: Interview / Lost And Found / Interview / MacDougal Blues (Live) / Interview / Hey Landlord (Meatloaf And Fishsticks) / Last Song Of Maddie Hope (Live) / Interview / Heard The Laughter Ending / Interview / Chico & Maria (Live) / Interview / The House Above Tina's Grocery / Interview / Malfunction Junction / Interview / Gotta Get Out Of Here
notes: Radio interview with Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck with playback of tracks from 'MacDougal Blues' & live in-studio performance.

8 March 1990 - 'Snap', Performance Studio 1, KCRW 89.9FM, Santa Monica, CA
Kevn Kinney: MacDougal Blues / Last Song Of Maddie Hope / Trail Of Seasons
Nikki Sudden: The Bagman And The Twangman
Kevn Kinney: Chico & Maria / Iron Mountain / With The People - The Innocent - King Of Birds
notes: Radio interview with Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck by Deirdre O'Donoghue & live in-studio performance with Nikki Sudden, who plays on 'Bagman'.

9 March 1990 - McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica, CA
Kevn Kinney: New York New York - MacDougal Blues / Chattahoochie Coochie Man / Last Song Of Maddie Hope / The House Above Tina's Grocery - That's All Right - Mystery Train / Catch The Wind / Trail Of Seasons / I Live In A Box - Gotta Move On - So High - Pick A Bale Of Cotton - Black Betty / Indian Song / Heard The Laughter Ending / Peacemaker
T-Bone Burnett: Hell
Nikki Sudden: Too Bad For You / Hanging Out The Banners / The Bagman And The Twangman / Crossroads
Kevn Kinney: Suede Shoe Blues / Iron Mountain / With The People - The Innocent - King Of Birds / Straight To Hell / Chico & Maria / Hey Landlord (Meatloaf And Fishsticks)
encore: Driver 8 / Honeysuckle Blue / Sweet Home Alabama
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck show, with Nikki Sudden, Mark Pritchard, T-Bone Burnett & Dave Pirner. Sudden plays on his own songs 'Bagman' and 'Crossroads', and with Mark Pritchard on 'Too Bad For You' and 'Hanging Out The Banners'. T-Bone Burnett features on 'Hell' which he announces is 'a brand new song we just wrote upstairs', and Dave Pirner and Peter Buck both contribute lead vocals on 'Sweet Home Alabama'!.

10 March 1990 - Unknown Street, Los Angeles, CA
set included: Talking LA Blues / Midwestern Blues / There Ain't No Scorn / Ain't It Strange
notes: Kevn Kinney, Peter Buck, Peter Holsapple & Mark 'Microwave' Mytrowitz.

11 March 1990 - Rough Trade Records, San Francisco, CA
Kevn Kinney: MacDougal Blues / Last Song Of Maddie Hope / Trail Of Seasons
Nikki Sudden: Liquor, Guns And Ammo / The Bagman And The Twangman
Kevn Kinney: Hey Landlord (Meatloaf And Fishsticks) / Chico & Maria / Driver 8
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck show, with Nikki Sudden. Sudden plays on his own songs - 'Liquor' & 'Bagman'.

11 March 1990 - KUSF 90.3FM, Phelan Hall, The University Of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
set: Interview / Liquor, Guns And Ammo
notes: Radio interview with Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck along with Nikki Sudden, & live in-studio performance.

11 March 1990 - Paradise Lounge, San Francisco, CA
support: The Coal Porters
soundcheck: Ballad Of Hollis Brown - Trail Of Seasons - Duelling Banjos / Indian Song / Big Bottom - Catch The Wind / Chattahoochie Coochie Man
Kevn Kinney: New York New York - MacDougal Blues / Chattahoochie Coochie Man / Last Song Of Maddie Hope / Catch The Wind / Iron Mountain / Trail Of Seasons / I Live In A Box - Gotta Move On - So High - The One I Love - Pick A Bale Of Cotton - What's The Buzz - Black Betty / Indian Song / Scarred But Smarter
Nikki Sudden: Liquor, Guns And Ammo / The Bagman And The Twangman / Crossroads
Kevn Kinney: Suede Shoe Blues / The House Above Tina's Grocery - That's All Right - Mystery Train / With The People - The Innocent - King Of Birds / Straight To Hell / Chico & Maria / Hey Landlord (Meatloaf And Fishsticks)
encore: Peacemaker / Honeysuckle Blue - Hey Jude / I'm Free
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck show, with Nikki Sudden. Nikki Sudden plays on his own songs - 'Liquor', 'Bagman' & 'Crossroads' as well as 'Straight To Hell' & 'I'm Free'.

12 March 1990 - Rockfish Palace, Athens, GA
support: David Franklin, The Lonesome White Boys
notes: 'The Swift Jewel Thieves' (Nikki Sudden, Peter Buck, Tim Nielsen & Jeff Sullivan).

13 March 1990
event: 'Pop Screen' compilation video is released on VHS in the US

22 March 1990 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
supporting: The Original Sins
set: See My Rider / Great Pharaoh / The Bagman And The Twangman / Liquor, Guns And Ammo / Big Store / Bourgeois Blues / Too Bad For You / Augsburg Hilton / The Sun Is Shining / Fortune Of Fame / Crossroads
notes: 'The Swift Jewel Thieves' (Nikki Sudden, Peter Buck, Tim Nielsen & Jeff Sullivan).

29 March 1990 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
notes: Peter Buck & Nikki Sudden.

5 April 1990 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: Hotel Blues / Bourgeois Blues / Liquor, Guns And Ammo / Liquor Guns And Ammo (Take 2)
notes: Recording Sessions for Nikki Sudden's 'The Jewel Thief', with Berry, Buck, Mills, John Keane, Brian Burke & David Blackmon.

5 April 1990 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
supporting: Beast Penis, Jarvik 8
set: Low / Fall On Me / Belong / Wolves, Lower / Get Up / Begin The Begin
notes: R.E.M. celebrate their 10th anniversary by opening for two local bands.

6 April 1990 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: The Sun Is Shining / The Bagman And The Twangman / The Bagman And The Twangman (Take 2)
notes: Recording Sessions for Nikki Sudden's 'The Jewel Thief', with Buck, Nielsen & Sullivan.

6 April 1990 - Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA
support: Scruffy The Cat
supporting: Alex Chilton
notes: 'The Swift Jewel Thieves' (Peter Buck, Tim Nielsen, Jeff Sullivan & Nikki Sudden).

19 April 1990 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: The Sun Is Shining
notes: Mixing Sessions for Nikki Sudden's 'The Jewel Thief'.

20 April 1990 - Nightclub 9:30, Washington, D.C.
set: Hey Jack Kerouac / You Happy Puppet / Headstrong / My Sister Rose / Like The Weather / Trouble Me / Cherry Tree / City Of Angels / Dust Bowl / The Painted Desert / Gun Shy / Hello In There / A Campfire Song / What's The Matter Here? / Guns Of Brixton / Poison In The Well / Eat For Two / Don't Talk
encore 1: Cotton Alley / Don't Call Us (a capella) - Don't Call Us / Just As The Tide Was A' Flowing (a capella) - Just As The Tide Was A' Flowing / Hello Stranger (a capella) / The Lion's Share
encore 2: Maddox Table / The Big Parade
notes: 10,000 Maniacs show. Michael Stipe joined on vocals on 'Hello In There' & 'A Campfire Song' & Billy Bragg joined on vocals & guitar on 'Guns Of Brixton', 'Don't Call Us' & 'Just As The Tide Was A' Flowing'.

21 April 1990 - 'The Earth Day Concert: A Performance For The Planet' - Earth Day, Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD
other acts performing: Graffitiman, Michelle Shocked, Billy Bragg, Jungle Brothers, Crack The Sky, Indigo Girls, Boogie Down Productions, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Bruce Hornsby And The Range, 10,000 Maniacs, Ziggy Marley & The Melody Makers
sets included:
Michelle Shocked: On The Greener Side / God Is A Real Estate Developer / Graffiti Limbo / The Cement Lament / Anchorage / Strawberry Jam
Billy Bragg: Waiting For The Great Leap Forwards (w/ Peter Buck) / Dallas (w/ Michael Stipe) / Disturbance At The Heron House (w/ Buck & Stipe) / Fall On Me (w/ Buck, Stipe & Merchant)
Crack The Sky: Mr. President / She's A Dancer
Indigo Girls: World Falls / Summertime (w/ Stipe) / White House Blues / Hairshirt (w/ Stipe) / All Along The Watchtower (w/ Stipe) / Kid Fears (w/ Stipe)
The Fabulous Thunderbirds: My Babe / Powerful Stuff / The Monkey
Bruce Hornsby And The Range: On The Western Skyline / The End Of The Innocence / Barren Ground / Across The River / The Way It Is
10,000 Maniacs: Hello In There (w/ Stipe & Bragg) / Gun Shy / What's The Matter, Here? / Dustbowl / City Of Angels / Trouble Me / Like The Weather / Hey Jack Kerouac
Ziggy Marley & The Melody Makers: Tumblin' Down / Look Who's Dancing / Justice
All: Get Up, Stand Up
notes: Earth Day Concert. Michael Stipe joined Billy Bragg on 'Disturbance At The Heron House', 'Dallas', 'Fall On Me' & Peter joined Billy on guitar on 'Waiting For The Great Leap Forwards', 'Disturbance At The Heron House' & 'Fall On Me'. Michael also joined the Indigo Girls on 'Summertime', 'Hairshirt', 'All Along The Watchtower' & 'Kid Fears', & the 10,000 Maniacs on 'Hello In There'. Michael also joined in on the final song 'Get Up, Stand Up', dancing on the side of stage.

22 April 1990 - Earth Day Rally, Earth Day, West Lawn, United States Capitol, Washington, D.C.
other acts performing: The Itals, John Denver, Bruce Hornsby & Branford Marsalis, 10,000 Maniacs, Indigo Girls, Robyn Hitchcock, Boogie Down Productions, LL Cool J, Billy Bragg, Billy Bee
sets:
The Itals: What An Agony / Speech / Sing Farewell
John Denver: Rocky Mountain High / The Flower That Shattered The Stone
Bruce Hornsby & Branford Marsalis: Barren Ground / Look Out My Window / Some Other Time / The Way It Is
10,000 Maniacs: What's The Matter, Here? / Dustbowl / A Campfire Song (w/ Michael Stipe)
John Denver: Raven's Child
Indigo Girls: Closer To Fine / World Falls / Get Together (w /Stipe, Natalie Merchant & Woody Harrelson) / Hey You (w/ Harrelson)
Robyn Hitchcock: Airscape
Boogie Down Productions: Edutainment
LL Cool J: Jingling Baby
Billy Bragg: Waiting For The Great Leap Forwards / The Internationale / North Sea Bubble (w/ Wiggy) / Disturbance At The Heron House (w/ Stipe)
Billy Bee: Re-Re-Recycle
notes: Earth Day 1990 Rally. The stage was situated on the steps overlooking the United States Capitol's West Lawn. The rally featured many speeches by people involved in environmental causes, along with celebrities speaking - Kevin Bacon & Kyra Sedwick, Malcolm Jamal-Warner, Woody Harrelson, John Ritter & lead by Tom Cruise. There were a number of live performances in amongst the speeches, here Michael Stipe joined 10,000 Maniacs on vocals on 'A Campfire Song', Indigo Girls on 'Get Together' & Billy Bragg on 'Disturbance At The Heron House'. There was between 350,000-500,000 present at the rally.

22 April 1990 - Lisner Auditorium, The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
set: Strange Fire / Make It Easier / Southland In The Springtime / Hand Me Downs / Prince Of Darkness / Nashville / Itsy Bitsy Spider / Crazy Game / Pushing The Needle Too Far / You And Me Of The 10,000 Wars / Happy Birthday / Land Of Canaan / World Falls / Play It Again, Sam / Keeper Of My Heart / Closer To Fine / Kid Fears
encore: Summertime / Hey You / Get Together
notes: Indigo Girls show. Michael Stipe guests on 'Kid Fears' & 'Summertime'. Woody Harrelson guests on 'Hey You'. Harrelson, Stipe & Natalie Merchant perform on the final song, 'Get Together'.

22 April 1990 - 'Mountain Stage', Capitol Plaza Music Hall, Charleston, WV
other acts performing: Clive Gregson & Christine Collister, Kevin Welch
set: MacDougal Blues / Iron Mountain / Trail Of Seasons / Last Song Of Maddie Hope / Chico & Maria
notes: Performance by Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck for 'Mountain Stage' radio programme. The Twister Sisters guest on 'Iron Mountain'. Broadcast on NPR Radio on 23 December 1990.

24 April 1990 - Beacon Theatre, New York, NY
set: Strange Fire / Southland In The Springtime / Hand Me Downs / Prince Of Darkness / 1 2 3 / Pushing The Needle Too Far / You And Me Of The 10,000 Wars / Land Of Canaan / World Falls / Play It Again, Sam / Romeo And Juliet / Closer To Fine
encore: Kid Fears / Hairshirt / All Along The Watchtower / Get Together
notes: Indigo Girls show. Michael Stipe guests on 'Kid Fears', 'Hairshirt' & 'All Along The Watchtower.'

9 May 1990 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
supporting: Pylon
set included: Spy Love Song
notes: The Side Effects show. Mike Mills guests on drums on 'Spy Love Song'. This was a 40 Watt Club 10th Anniversary show, with Armistead Wellford from Love Tractor playing bass instead of the sadly departed Jimmy Ellison.

15 May 1990 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
notes: Michael Stipe Disco. Benefit for Athens Area Homeless Shelter.

20 May 1990 - WREK 91.1FM Studios, WREK 91.1FM, Coliseum Annex, Alexander Memorial Coliseum, Atlanta, GA
set: Rockin' In The Free World / The Flower And The Knife / Last Song Of Maddie Hope / Picasso / Let's Go Dancing / Trail Of Seasons / Chico & Maria / With The People - The Innocent - King Of Birds / Indian Song / MacDougal Blues / Midwestern Blues / Together / Macabre Blues
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck. Radio interview with Jon Kincaid & live in-studio radio performance.

27 May 1990 - Center Stage, Atlanta, GA
support: Swimming Pool Q's, The Brains
notes: The Fans show. Mike Mills plays on drums, these shows commemorate the 10th anniversary of the 688.

3 June 1990 - The Big Day, Riverside Stage, Custom House Quay, Glasgow, Scotland
audience: 2,000 approx.
other acts performing: John Martyn, Paco Pena, Larry McCray, Dick Gaughan, The River Detectives, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Aly Bain, Tommy Smith, Eddi Reader, Maria McKee
set included: Disturbance At The Heron House (w/ Michael Stipe) / Don't Talk (w/ Tivey & Natalie Merchant) / Hello In There (w/ Stipe, Merchant & Tivey)
notes: Billy Bragg with Cara Tivey, Michael Stipe & Natalie Merchant.

4 June 1990 - House Of Young Talent, Berlin, Germany
support: The Coal Porters
notes: Billy Bragg & Friends - Cara Tivey, Michael Stipe & Natalie Merchant.

5 June 1990 - Jugend Freuzert Zentrum, Cottbus, Germany
support: The Coal Porters
notes: Billy Bragg & Friends - Cara Tivey, Michael Stipe & Natalie Merchant.

6 June 1990 - ParkVystaviste, Prague, Czechoslovakia
support: The Coal Porters
notes: Billy Bragg & Friends - Cara Tivey, Michael Stipe & Natalie Merchant.

7 June 1990 - Letni Kino, Olomouc, Czechoslovakia
support: The Coal Porters
set included:
Billy Bragg & Cara Tivey: Honey, I'm A Big Boy Now / The Price I Pay
Billy Bragg & Natalie Merchant: Don't Talk (w/ Tivey) / The Painted Desert (w/ Tivey)
Billy Bragg & Michael Stipe: The One I Love (w/ Merchant) / Disturbance At The Heron House
Billy Bragg, Michael Stipe & Natalie Merchant: Wildwood Flower / The Counting Song / Dallas (w/ Tivey) / Hello In There (w/ Tivey)
encore included:
Billy Bragg, Natalie Merchant, Cara Tivey & The Coal Porters: Another Girl, Another Planet (w/ Stipe) / Waiting For The Great Leap Forwards
notes: Billy Bragg & Friends - Cara Tivey, Michael Stipe & Natalie Merchant.

8 June 1990 - Amfiteater (Búdková Cesta), Bratislava, Czechoslovakia (Cancelled)
notes: This show was cancelled due to rain.

21 June 1990 - Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA
support: H.R.
notes: The Silos show. Peter Buck guests on guitar on a few songs.

23 June 1990 - R.E.M.'s West Clayton Street Studio, Athens, GA
set: G.I. Joe / Town / All Them Things I Did / Cabaret College / All Before
notes: The Dashboard Saviors perform material for Peter Buck as a preview for their first recording sessions with Peter as producer. Peter also joined them on guitar on 'Cabaret College' to confirm correct tempo!.

27-28 June 1990 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: G.I. Joe / All Before / Town
notes: Recording Sessions for The Dashboard Saviors 'All Before' 7" Single with John Keane & Peter Buck as Producer. Peter Buck records guitar for 'Town'.

16-20 July 1990 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: Radio - Band (Radio Song (Electric Version)) / Belong (Instrumental) / Texarkana (Stipe vocals) / It's A Free World Baby / Organ Song (vocal version) / Untitled Demo 1 / Losing My Religion / Untitled Demo 3 / Shiny People (Shiny Happy People) / Me On Keyboard (Me In Honey) / Slow Sad Rocker (Endgame) / Blackbirds (Half A World Away) / Mandolin Strum (vocal version) / Radio - Acoustic (Radio Song (Acoustic Version)) / Near Wild Heaven / Fretless (Instrumental) / Low / Forty Second Song / Country Feedback / Ghost Reindeer In The Sky / Summertime / I Walked With A Zombie
notes: Demo Recording Sessions for 'Out Of Time'. Throughout July and August, many sessions were attended at John Keane Studios. These demos can be found on the CD bootlegs 'Outtakes Of Time' and 'Slightly Out Of Time', the vinyl bootleg 'Peace and Love, Anyone?', & some remixed versions appear on the Out Of Time 25th Anniversary reissue.

25 July 1990 - Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA
set: Wishing Well / Compositions For The Young And Old / Hear Me Calling / Out Of Your Life / Hanging Tree / Stand Guard / If You're True / Poison Years / Sinners And Their Repentances / Lonely Afternoon / Stop Your Crying / Disappointed / See A Little Light / Whichever Way The Wind Blows / All Those People Know / Cinnamon Girl / Surrender
encore: Hardly Getting Over It / Makes No Sense At All / Bed Of Nails / The Last Night
notes: Bob Mould show. Peter Buck guests on guitar on 'Cinnamon Girl'.

31 July 1990 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
notes: Bill Berry, Mike Mills & Peter Buck.

2-3 August 1990 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
notes: Recording Session for 'Out Of Time'.

13-17 August 1990 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: Belong / Texarkana (Stipe vocals) / Untitled Demo 2 / Shiny People (Shiny Happy People) / Me On Keyboard (Me In Honey) / Slow Sad Rocker (Endgame) / Blackbirds (Half A World Away) / Radio - Acoustic (Radio Song (Acoustic Version)) / Near Wild Heaven / Fretless / Forty Second Song / Country Feedback
notes: Demo Recording Session for 'Out Of Time'.

20-24 August 1990 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: She's On My Side / Wake Up / Watch You Dance / I Surrender / Talking To You / Like An Animal / Move / Saturday / All Good Things / Feel So Fine / Getting The Feeling / Forest For The Trees / I'll Be Around / Waiting / Between The Lines / If I Knew / Closing My Eyes / I Never Dreamed / Break The Chain / Hit Or Miss / Nothing's Everything / It's A Good Life / Not Today / Devil's Music
notes: Recording Sessions for The Original Sin's 'Move', produced by Peter Buck.

27-31 August 1990 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
notes: Recording Sessions for The Original Sin's 'Move', produced by Peter Buck.

3-22 September 1990 - Studio A, Bearsville Sound Studios, Bearsville, NY
3 September - tracks recorded: Texarkana / Near Wild Heaven
5 September - tracks recorded: Me On Keys (Me In Honey) / Fretless / New Fast Song / Blackbirds (Half A World Away) / Mandolin Strum
6 September - tracks recorded: Me On Keys / Radio Song (acoustic version) / Near Wild Heaven (vocals)
8 September - tracks recorded: Radio Song (electric version) / Shiny People (sic - Shiny Happy People)
10 September - tracks recorded: Fretless / Losing My Religion (vocals)
11 September - tracks recorded: Texarkana / Chinese Soundcheck / Losing My Religion / Fretless
12 September - tape slaves produced for all tracks recorded so far
13 September - more slaves produced for: Losing My Religion / Shiny People / Near Wild Heaven / Radio Song (electric version)
14 September - tracks mixed: It's A Free World Baby / Mandolin Strum / Near Wild Heaven / Shiny People / Country Feedback
14 September - tracks recorded: Shiny People (vocals) / Radio Song (vocals/bass/organ)
15 September - vocal tracks recorded for: Radio Song (electric version) / Belong
17 September - further work on: Belong / Blackbirds
18 September - further recording work on: Me On Keys / Shiny People / Blackbirds / Losing My Religion
19 September - further recording work on: Mandolin Strum / It's A Free World Baby
20 September - tracks recorded: Slow Sad Rock (Endgame) / Blackbirds / Forty Second Song / Near Wild Heaven
21 September - further recording work on: Near Wild Heaven / Me On Keys / Losing My Religion / Texarkana
22 September - rough mixing: Texarkana
notes: Recording Sessions for 'Out Of Time' with producer Scott Litt.

15 September 1990 - Ritz, New York, NY
support: O-Positive, Greg Trooper, Barry Crimmons
set: The Milkman Of Human Kindness / Like Soldiers Do / Little Time Bomb / St. Swithin's Day / Levi Stubbs' Tears / The Marching Song Of The Covert Battalions / Tank Park Salute / Everywhere / The World Turned Upside Down / The Saturday Boy / There Is Power In A Union / North Sea Bubble / Island Of No Return / Help Save The Youth Of America / Greetings To The New Brunette / A New England
encore 1: Trust / Accident Waiting To Happen / Waiting For The Great Leap Forwards
encore 2: Dallas / Hello In There
notes: Billy Bragg show. Michael Stipe, Natalie Merchant & Peter Buck guest on 'Dallas' & 'Hello In There'.

24 September 1990 - Tribeca Grill, New York, NY
event: 'Tourfilm' premiere - invite only screening of the live concert film, introduced by Michael Stipe & Jim McKay.

24 September 1990 - 'Rockline', Unknown Studio, New York, NY
set: Interview / The One I Love (live Tourfilm) / Break: / Phone-In / Stand (live Tourfilm) / Phone-In / Break: / Get Up (live Tourfilm) / Phone-In / It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine (live Tourfilm) / Phone-In / Outtro
notes: Radio interview & Phone-In with Michael Stipe and Jim McKay, talking about 'Tourfilm' with Bob Coburn, including playback of songs featured from the release, which was filmed at Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, 11 November 1989.

25 September 1990
event: 'Tourfilm' is released on VHS in the US

1-5 October 1990 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
notes: Overdubs and vocal tracks recorded for 'Out Of Time'.

8-10 October 1990 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
notes: Further Recording Sessions for 'Out Of Time'.

10 October 1990
event: 'Pop Screen' compilation video is released on VHS in the UK

11 October 1990 - The Point, Atlanta, GA
support: Southern Culture On The Skids
set included: Fourth Of July / Hearing Voices / Decomposing Trees / Spook / When Will You Come Home / Summertime / Sorry / Melt Away / Listen The Snow Is Falling
encore included: Don't Let Our Youth Go To Waste
notes: Galaxie 500 show. Peter Buck guests on guitar on 'Don't Let Our Youth Go To Waste', & was heckled by fans for being a 'rock star' at an indie concert!.

11-12 October 1990 - Soundscape Studios, Atlanta, GA
tracks recorded: String parts for Radio Song / Losing My Religion / Low / Near Wild Heaven / Endgame / Shiny Happy People / Half A World Away / Texarkana
notes: Strings Recording Sessions for 'Out Of Time'.

15-19 October 1990 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
notes: Recording Sessions for 'Out Of Time'.

20 October 1990 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: Instrumental (Mills On Piano)
notes: Recording for 'Timepiece' promotional video, interviews with each band member by Jim McKay, & after filming interviews, Mike sat & played a piece at the piano.

20 October 1990 - Peter Buck's House, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: Losing My Religion (Sunglass Version) / Shiny Happy People / Losing My Religion / Losing My Religion (Aborted) / Losing My Religion
notes: Recording for 'Timepiece' promotional video filmed on the side porch of Peter's house by Jim McKay.

22-24 October 1990 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
notes: Recording Sessions for 'Out Of Time'.

28-30 October 1990 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
notes: Final overdubs and vocal tracks recorded for 'Out Of Time'.

November - 4 December 1990 - Studio A, Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, MN
tracks recorded included: Shiny Happy People (w/ Kate Piersen) / Fretless (w/ Kate Pierson) / Me In Honey (w/ Kate Pierson) / Speed Metal / Drive (Instrumental) / Nightswimming / Try Not To Breathe (Instrumental)
notes: Final Mixing Sessions for 'Out Of Time' took place throughout November 1990.

5-8 December 1990 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: Clean White Bed / Frail Body / Blue Exception / Sleep / Tub Of Love Rumble / Nightingale
notes: Recording Sessions for Opal Foxx Quartet 'The Love That Won't Shut Up', produced by Michael Stipe, including Vic Chesnutt & Kelly Hogan.

5 December 1990 - Murphy's, Baton Rouge, LA
set: Chattahoochie Coochie Man / MacDougal Blues / Last Song of Maddie Hope / Catch The Wind / Iron Mountain / Lost And Found / Trail Of Seasons / Gotta Move On - So High - What's The Buzz - Black Betty / Not Afraid To Die / For You / Fly Me Courageous / Indian Song / With The People - The Innocent - King Of Birds / Suede Shoe Blues / Chico & Maria / Driver 8 / Honeysuckle Blue / The House Above Tina's Grocery - That's All Right - Mystery Train / Hey Landlord (Meatloaf And Fishsticks)
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck show.

8 December 1990 - Center Stage, Atlanta, GA
supporting: Drivin' N' Cryin'
set: Chattahoochee Coochee Man / MacDougal Blues / Last Song Of Maddie Hope / Lost And Found / Trail Of Seasons / Indian Song / With The People - The Innocent - King Of Birds / I'm Free / The House Above Tina's Grocery - That's All Right - Mystery Train
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck, supporting Drivin' N' Cryin' (who played their new upcoming album 'Fly Me Courageous' in order), as part of the 4th Annual Lennon Homeless Benefit.

12 December 1990 - Various Locations, Athens, GA
notes: Photoshoot with the band by Anton Corbijn for promotional photos for 'Out Of Time'. This was the 1st photoshoot by Anton with the band.

19 December 1990 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
set included:
Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck: Scarred But Smarter
Robyn Hitchcock: I Often Dream Of Trains
Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck: Save For Me / Indian Song / With The People / Suede Shoe Blues / Chico & Maria / The House Above Tina's Grocery - That's All Right - Mystery Train
Robyn Hitchcock & Peter Buck: So You Think You're In Love / Birdshead / Lobster Man
Robyn Hitchcock, Kevn Kinney, Peter Buck & Mike Mills: Straight To Hell
Peter Buck, Mike Mills & Michael Stipe: Losing My Religion
Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck: Ballad Of Hollis Brown
Robyn Hitchcock, Kevn Kinney, Peter Buck & Mike Mills: Listening To The Higsons / You Ain't Going Nowhere
Kevn Kinney: The Friend Song / Powerhouse
notes: Kevn Kinney and Peter Buck, joined by Robyn Hitchcock, Mike Mills and Michael Stipe. 'Losing My Religion' is played live for the first time.

20-22 December 1990 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: Lysander / So You Think You're In Love / Child Of The Universe / Earthly Paradise / Oceanside / She Doesn't Exist / Vegetation And Dimes / Ride
notes: Recording Sessions for Robyn Hitchcock And The Egyptian's 'Perspex Island'. Peter Buck plays electric guitar on all above tracks, except 12-string acoustic guitar on 'Vegetation And Dimes' & 'Ride', & Michael Stipe records backing vocals for 'She Doesn't Exist'.

1991

7-11 January 1991 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded included: First We Take Manhattan
notes: Recording Session for B-Sides for 'Out Of Time'.

22 January 1991 - R.E.M.'s West Clayton Street Studio, The Globe, Bill Berry's house & The Grit, Athens, GA
notes: Interview with the band - Peter at a Mexican restaurant, Mike at The Globe, Bill at home & Michael at The Grit by Brantley Smith from Details Magazine.

23 January 1991 - Allen's, Athens, GA
notes: Normaltown Flyers show. Peter Buck guests on guitar on most songs

26 January 1991 - R.E.M.'s West Clayton Street Studio, & 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
notes: R.E.M. photo shoot at the 40 Watt Club by Ken Sharp & interview with the band at their West Clayton Street Studio by Andy Gill from Q Magazine.

9-10 February 1991 - Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA
notes: Filming 'Shiny Happy People' video, directed by Katherine Dieckmann.

18 February 1991 - Railroad Trestle, R.E.M.'s West Clayton Street Studio, & The Georgia Bar, Athens, GA
notes: R.E.M. photo shoot at the Railroad Trestle & interview with the band at their West Clayton Street Studio, & later with Peter Buck at The Georgia Bar by Gavin Martin from NME.

19 February 1991
event: 'Losing My Religion' Cassingle & 7" Single is released in the US

21 February 1991 - 96rock WKLS-FM Studios, 96rock WKLS 96.1FM, Atlanta, GA
notes: Radio interview with Peter Buck & Mike Mills.

25-27 February 1991 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: The Hum Of Life / Undoing / My Body Is Falling Apart
notes: Recording Sessions for The Daisy Group, produced by Michael Stipe.

25 February 1991
event: 'Losing My Religion' 7", 12", Cassingle & CD Single is released in the UK

1 March 1991 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
notes: Recording Sessions for The Daisy Group, produced by Michael Stipe.

Out Of Time Promotional Tour

3 March 1991
notes: R.E.M. arrive in Munich, Germany to begin Out Of Time Promotional Tour.

4 March 1991 - Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten, Munich, Germany
notes: The band hold various interview sessions.

5 March 1991 - Hotel Atlantic, Hamburg, Germany
notes: The band hold various interview sessions.

5 March 1991 - NDR Studio 1, NDR, Hamburg, Germany
set: World Leader Pretend / Half A World Away / Belong / Fretless / Radio Song (2 false starts) / Radio Song (with intro) / You Are The Everything / Losing My Religion
encore: Radio Song (breakdown) / Radio Song (version 2/without intro)
notes: Performance recorded for NDR, German radio. This show can be found on the CD bootleg "Radio Songs".

6-8 March 1991 - Hotel D'Angleterre, Copenhagen, Denmark
notes: The band hold various interview sessions.

11 March 1991
event: 'Out Of Time' is released in the UK

11 March 1991 - Sonestra Hotel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
notes: The band hold various interview sessions, including a phone interview by Peter with Chris Willman of the Los Angeles Times.

11 March 1991 - 'Countdown', Veronica, Studio Concordia, Bussum, The Netherlands
set: Losing My Religion / Shiny Happy People
notes: Television performance on 'Countdown' on Veronica. R.E.M. mime the song, minus the Kate Pierson vocals.

11 March 1991 - Radio Veronica, Radio Veronica Studios, Hilversum, The Netherlands
notes: Radio interview with the band.

12 March 1991
event: 'Out Of Time' is released in the US

12 March 1991 - 'La Stampa', VPRO, VPRO Studios, Hilversum, The Netherlands
notes: Radio interview with the band.

12 March 1991 - Studio 1, Bullet Sound Studio's, Nederhorst den Berg, The Netherlands
set: World Leader Pretend / Half A World Away / You Are The Everything / Fretless / Radio Song / Losing My Religion / Belong / Love Is All Around
notes: Live in-studio performance & interview recorded for Television & broadcast on Dutch radio.

13 March 1991 - The May Fair, London, England
notes: The band hold various interview sessions.

13 March 1991 - 'Into The Night', BBC Radio 1, Studio 5, BBC Maida Vale Studios, London, England
set: Endgame / World Leader Pretend (Live) / Fretless (Live) / Me In Honey / Half A World Away (Live) / Radio Song (Live) / Near Wild Heaven / Losing My Religion (Live) / Love Is All Around Live) / Unknown
notes: Radio interview with Nicky Campbell & live in-studio performance & playback of album tracks. This show can be found on the CD bootleg 'Poets of The Wheat', minus 'World Leader Pretend'.

14 March 1991 - 'The Late Show', BBC2, Studio D, Lime Grove Current Affairs Production Centre, London, England
set: Introduction by Mary Harron / Losing My Religion / Half A World Away / Belong
notes: Television performance on 'The Late Show' on BBC2. The band perform 'Losing My Religion', 'Half A World Away' & 'Belong' with Peter Holsapple.

14 March 1991 - The Borderline, London, England
support: Chickasaw Mudd Puppies
R.E.M.: Pop Song 89 / World Leader Pretend / Half A World Away / Fretless
Peter Holsapple: Why Did You Sleep With My Girlfriend? / Darby Hall / White Train (w/ Buck)
R.E.M.: Swan Swan H / You Are The Everything / Love Is All Around
Billy Bragg: Love Has No Pride / The Auld Triangle / Reason To Believe (w/ Buck) / Hello In There (w/ Stipe)
R.E.M.: Dallas (w/ Bragg) / Radio Song / Low / Losing My Religion
Robyn Hitchcock, Andy Metcalfe & Morris Windsor: Sometimes I Wish I Was A Pretty Girl / Birds In Perspex / Balloon Man (w/ Buck) / So You Think You're In Love (w/ Buck)
R.E.M.: Disturbance At The Heron House (w/ Hitchcock) / Belong / Fall On Me (w/ Bragg)
encore:
R.E.M.: Dark Globe (Mills & Stipe) / Get Up
Hitchcock, Berry, Buck, Mills, Stipe, Holsapple, Bragg, Metcalfe & Windsor: You Ain't Goin' Nowhere
notes: First of the 2 nights playing under the name 'Bingo Hand Job', with each member having an assumed name: Michael Stipe - 'Stinky', Bill Berry - 'The Doc', Mike Mills - 'Ophelia', Peter Buck - 'Raoul', Peter Holsapple - 'Spanish Charlie', Billy Bragg - 'Conrad', Robyn Hitchcock - 'Violet' (for 1st show), 'Ophelia' (for 2nd show). Chickasaw Mudd Puppies were called 'Stump Monkey'. For both nights Peter Holsapple played as supplementary musician for R.E.M. Michael Stipe joined on keyboards & vocals on 'You Ain't Goin' Nowhere'.

15 March 1991 - The Borderline, London, England
support: Chickasaw Mudd Puppies
Chickasaw Mudd Puppies set included: Words And Knives

R.E.M.: World Leader Pretend / Half A World Away / Fretless / The One I Love
Billy Bragg: Cindy Of A Thousand Lives / The Auld Triangle / Reason To Believe (w/ Buck) / Hello In There (w/ Stipe) / My Youngest Son Came Home Today (w/ Stipe)
R.E.M.: Jackson (w/ Bragg) / Dallas (w/ Bragg) / Disturbance At The Heron House (w/ Bragg) / Belong / Low / Love Is All Around
Peter Holsapple: Next To The Last Waltz / Lonely Is As Lonely Does / Neverland (w/ Berry, Buck & Mills) / White Train (w/ Buck & Mills)
R.E.M.: You Are The Everything / Swan Swan H / Radio Song / Perfect Circle
Robyn Hitchcock & Morris Windsor: Oceanside / Ultra-Unbelievable Love / Birdshead (w/ Buck) / Queen Of Eyes (w/ Buck & Holsapple)
R.E.M.: Endgame / Pop Song 89 / Losing My Religion / Fall On Me (w/ Bragg)
encore:
Michael Stipe: classical organ piece / waltz organ piece
Stipe, Bragg, Holsapple, Mills & Windsor: Tom's Diner
Hitchcock, Berry, Buck, Mills, Holsapple, Bragg & Windsor: Listening To The Higsons
Hitchcock, Berry, Buck, Mills, Stipe, Holsapple, Bragg & Windsor: You Ain't Goin' Nowhere
R.E.M.: Get Up / Moon River
notes: Second of the 2 nights playing under the name 'Bingo Hand Job'. Michael Stipe guests with the Chickasaw Mudd Puppies on 'Words And Knives' during their opening set. During 'Tom's Diner', Michael sang with Peter behind him doing interpretive arm movements. Michael also joined on keyboards & vocals on 'You Ain't Goin' Nowhere'. This show can be found on the double CD bootleg "From The Borderline", as well as the vinyl bootleg "R.E.M. As Bingo Hand Job", minus the solo tracks from Peter Holsapple, Billy Bragg and Robyn Hitchcock.

18 March 1991 - Hôtel Plaza Athénée, Paris, France
notes: The band hold various interview sessions, Peter Buck has phone interview with Studio Brussels.

18 March 1991 - 'Nulle Part Ailleurs', Studio 3, Canal+ Studios, Paris, France
set: Losing My Religion
notes: Television performance on 'Nulle Part Ailleurs' on Canal. The band mimed 'Losing My Religion' to a backing track, with Mike Mills on drums & Bill Berry on bass!.

20 March 1991 - Carlton Hotel, Madrid, Spain
notes: The band hold various interview sessions.

20 March 1991 - 'RNE', Casa De La Radio, Madrid, Spain
notes: Radio interview with the band.

20 March 1991 - 'Rockopop', TVE Studio 1, Prado Del Rey, Madrid, Spain
set: Losing My Religion / Interview / Shiny Happy People
notes: Television performance on 'Rockopop' for Spanish TV. The band mimed 'Losing My Religion' to backing track (which did not have Kate Pierson's backing vocals), & a rather funny interview with Michael between songs.

20 March 1991 - 'Metropolis', TVE Studio 1, Prado Del Rey, Madrid, Spain
notes: Television interview with the band on 'Metropolis', for Spanish TV.

21 March 1991 - Hotel Meliá Sarria, Barcelona, Spain
notes: The band hold various interview sessions.

21 March 1991 - 'Plastic TV', TVE1 Studios, Barcelona, Spain
set: Losing My Religion
notes: Television performance on 'Plastic TV' for Spanish TV. The band mimed 'Losing My Religion' to a backing track.

22 March 1991 - Shocking Club, Milan, Italy
set: Disturbance At The Heron House / Half A World Away / Swan Swan H / Belong / Driver 8 / Low / Fretless / Love Is All Around / Losing My Religion
encore: Fall On Me / Get Up
notes: David Russell played bongo drums on 'Disturbance At The Heron House', 'Driver 8', 'Low', 'Losing My Religion', This show can be found on the CD bootleg "Low", an edited version of it on "From The Borderline", as well as being filmed for Italian music channel 'Videomusic'.

25 March 1991 - Hotel De La Ville, Rome, Italy
notes: The band hold various interview sessions.

31 March 1991 - Studio A, A&M Studios, Hollywood, CA
tracks recorded included: Lysander / So You Think You're In Love / Child Of The Universe / Earthly Paradise / Oceanside / She Doesn't Exist / Vegetation And Dimes / Ride
notes: Recording & Mixing Sessions for Robyn Hitchcock And The Egyptian's 'Perspex Island'. Peter Buck adds overdubs where required.

1 April 1991 - 'Entertainment Television', Los Angeles, CA
notes: Television interview with Bill Berry & Peter Buck.

1 April 1991 - KABC-TV Studios, KABC-TV, ABC Televison Center, Los Angeles, CA
notes: Television interview with Bill Berry & Peter Buck.

1 April 1991 - 'Rockline', L.A. Studios, Hollywood, CA
rehearsals: Radio Song / Half A World Away / Love Is All Around #1 / Love Is All Around #2
set: Introduction / Half A World Away (Live) / Interview / Shiny Happy People / Interview & Phone-In / Break: / Radio Song (Live) / Interview & Phone-In / Orange Crush / Interview & Phone-In / Break: / Near Wild Heaven / Interview & Phone-In / Texarkana / Interview & Phone-In / Break: / Love Is All Around (Live) / Interview & Phone-In / Break: / Interview & Phone-In / Losing My Religion (Live) / Post-show jam
notes: Live Radio in-studio performance, playback of studio tracks, phone-in from callers & interview with Bob Coburn. The rehearsal can be found on the cd bootleg 'Latex, Or Oil Based?'. The actual radio set can be found on the double cd bootleg 'Half A World Away'.

2 April 1991 - 'CNN TV', CNN Studios, Hollywood, CA
notes: Television interview with Mike Mills & Michael Stipe.

2 April 1991 - 'Entertainment Report', Los Angeles, CA
notes: Television interview with Mike Mills & Michael Stipe.

2 April 1991 - KCBS-TV, CBS Columbia Square, Hollywood, CA
notes: Television interview with Bill Berry & Peter Buck.

3 April 1991 - KROQ, KROQ-FM Studios, Burbank, CA
notes: Radio interview with Peter Buck & Mike Mills.

3 April 1991 - KLOS 95.5FM, KLOS 95.5FM Studios, Los Angeles, CA
notes: Radio interview with Peter Buck & Mike Mills.

3 April 1991 - Pirate Radio 100.3FM, Pirate Radio 100.3FM Studios, KQLZ, Los Angeles, CA
notes: Radio interview with Peter Buck & Mike Mills.

3 April 1991 - 'Snap', Performance Studio 1, KCRW 89.9FM, Santa Monica, CA
set: Introduction / World Leader Pretend / Interview / Half A World Away / Interview / Fretless / Interview / Disturbance At The Heron House / Interview / Radio Song / Interview / Low / Interview / Love Is All Around / Interview / (Theme From) The Andy Griffith Show / The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana) / I Enjoy Being A Boy (In Love With You) / Smiling Faces Sometimes / Academy Fight Song / Ben / Interview / Tusk / Interview / Stairway To Heaven (Instrumental) / Dallas / Interview / Losing My Religion / Interview / Love Is All Around (The Mary Tyler Moore Show Theme) / Cuyahoga (Instrumental) / Interview / Fooled Around And Fell In Love (snippet) / Driver's Seat (snippet) / Bandwagon - Near Wild Heaven (snippet) / Interview / Endgame / Interview / Ring Of Fire (Instrumental) / Jackson / Interview / Swan Swan H / Interview / Rocky Mountain Way (snippet) / Interview / Radio Ethiopia (Instrumental) (snippet) / Walk On The Wild Side (Instrumental) / Spooky / Ghost Dance / Fall On Me / Interview / Rotary Eleven (snippet) / Thankyou's from Deirdre O'Donoghue / Outro Music (backed by the band) / Outro / Shiny Happy People (Album Version) / Belong (Album Version) / Half A World Away (Album Version / Texarkana (Album Version) / Outro / Country Feedback (Album Version) / Me In Honey (Album Version)
notes: Radio interview with Deirdre O'Donoghue & live in-studio performance - or general tomfoolery! - includes Peter Holsapple, and comments from Jefferson Holt, Mark Williams & Michael Meister. This show can be found on the cd bootlegs 'Half A World Away' and 'Acoustic Tour 1991', and the vinyl bootleg 'Harmonics In Eternity'.

5 April 1991 - KHTZ-FM, Ganado, TX
notes: Phone interview with the band.

5 April 1991 - CFNY-FM, CFNY-FM 102.1 Studios, Toronto, Canada
notes: Radio interview with Mike Mills & Michael Stipe.

5 April 1991 - Q107FM, Q107FM Studios, Toronto, Canada
notes: Radio interview with the band..

5 April 1991 - 'Muchmusic' (TV), Muchmusic Studios, The Chum City Building, Toronto, Canada
notes: Television interview with the band

5 April 1991 - 'The New Music' (TV), The Chum City Building, Toronto, Canada
notes: Television interview with the band.

5 April 1991 - 'Command Performance', Sound Source Radio Network, Studio 1, Eastern Sound, Toronto, Canada
set: World Leader Pretend (Live) / Interview / Me In Honey / Near Wild Heaven
break: Half A World Away (Live) / Interview / Shiny Happy People
break: Radio Song (Live) / Interview / Texarkana
break: Love Is All Around (Live) / Interview / Endgame
break: Audience Questions / Losing My Religion (Live)
notes: Radio interview with Denise Donnelly, live in-studio performance & playback of album tracks.

8 April 1991 - Omni Berkshire Place Hotel, New York, NY
notes: Bill Berry and Peter Buck record interviews for 'Westwood One' and 'New Music Exclusive' radio shows. Mike Mills and Michael Stipe record interviews for 'Up Close' and 'MJI Broadcasting' radio shows.

8 April 1991 - Ritz Carlton Hotel, New York, NY
notes: Television interview with the band for the 'Today Show', broadcast on 10 June 1991.

9 April 1991 - Omni Berkshire Place Hotel, New York, NY
notes: Television interviews with the band by Kurt Loder for MTV's 'Famous Last Words' programme, broadcast in June 1991.

9 April 1991 - SIR Studios, New York, NY
set: World Leader Pretend / Half A World Away / The One I Love / Disturbance At The Heron House / Fall On Me / Fretless / Low / Belong / Swan Swan H / Perfect Circle / Radio Song / Love Is All Around / Losing My Religion
encore: You Are The Everything / Swan Swan H / Pop Song 89 / Driver 8
notes: Apparently this was not a rehearsal for MTV Unplugged but an audition!. Obviously passed......

10 April 1991 - 'MTV Unplugged', Chelsea Studios, New York, NY
set:
Part 1: World Leader Pretend / Half A World Away / Disturbance At The Heron House
Break: Spooky (part) / Disturbance At The Heron House (Instrumental) (part)
Part 2: Fretless / Swan Swan H
Break: Smiling Faces Sometimes
Part 3: Radio Song / Low
Break: But It's Alright
Part 4: Perfect Circle
Break:
Part 5: Fall On Me / Belong
Break: Tusk (Instrumental)
Part 6: Love Is All Around / It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine) / Losing My Religion
Encore:
Part 7: Pop Song 89 / Get Up
Break: Rotary Eleven
Part 8: World Leader Pretend / Disturbance At The Heron House / Endgame
notes: Television performance for 'MTV Unplugged'. 'World Leader Pretend', 'Spooky', 'Fretless', 'Swan Swan H,' 'Smiling Faces Sometimes', 'But It's Alright', 'Tusk' and 'Get Up' were not broadcast. Another version of 'World Leader Pretend' and 'Disturbance At The Heron House' were recorded, apparently due to sound problems.
This show can be found on many bootlegs, & the majority of songs officially released on 'R.E.M. Unplugged 1991 & 2001 Complete Sessions' LP & as separate 1991 Session CD / LP in 2014.

11 April 1991 - Omni Berkshire Place Hotel, New York, NY
notes: Television interviews recorded for 'Entertainment Tonight' programme, broadcast on 27 April 1991.

11 April 1991 - 'Saturday Night Live', NBC, Studio 8H, NBC Studios, GE Building, New York, NY
11am-1pm soundcheck included: Losing My Religion / Shiny Happy People
1:30-3pm camera rehearsals included : Losing My Religion / Shiny Happy People
notes:Rehearsal Sessions for 'Saturday Night Live' on NBC, for recording on 13 April 1991.

12 April 1991 - WCRN 830, Worcester, MA
notes: Phone interview with the band.

12 April 1991 - WDRE, WDRE Studios, Ontario, NY
notes: Radio interview with Bill Berry & Peter Buck.

12 April 1991 - WBAB 102.3FM, WBAB Studios, West Babylon, NY
notes: Radio interview with Bill Berry & Peter Buck.

12 April 1991 - WNEW-FM 102.7, WNEW-FM Studios, New York, NY
notes: Radio interview with Mike Mills & Michael Stipe.

13 April 1991 - 'Saturday Night Live', NBC, Studio 8H, NBC Studios, GE Building, New York, NY
other guests appearing: David Spade / Catherine O'Hara
5:30-6:30pm soundcheck: Losing My Religion / Shiny Happy People (w/ Kate Pierson)
8-10pm rehearsal: Losing My Religion (x5) / Shiny Happy People (x3) (w/ Kate Pierson)
11:30pm-1:00am set: Losing My Religion / Shiny Happy People
notes: Television performance on 'Saturday Night Live' on NBC. Introduced by David Spade, Kate Pierson sings on 'Shiny Happy People'.

22 April 1991 - Four Seasons Olympic Hotel, Seattle, WA
notes: The band hold various interview sessions.

23 April 1991 - The Fairmont San Jose, San Jose, CA
notes: The band hold various interview sessions.

23 April 1991 - KRQR Studios, KRQR 97.3FM, San Francisco, CA
notes: Radio interview with Peter Buck & Mike Mills.

23 April 1991 - Live 105, Live 105 Studios, KITS, San Francisco, CA
notes: Radio interview with Peter Buck & Mike Mills.

24 April 1991 - Four Seasons Clift Hotel, San Francisco, CA
notes: The band hold various interview sessions.

25 April 1991 - Four Seasons Las Colinas Hotel, Dallas, TX
notes: The band hold various interview sessions.

25 April 1991 - 'Big Beat', WXRT 93.1FM, WXRT Studios, Chicago, IL
notes: Radio interview with Peter Buck & Mike Mills.

26 April 1991 - Omni Ambassador East Hotel, Chicago, IL
notes: The band hold various interview sessions.

27 April 1991 - Tilt Daddy's, Charleston, WV
notes: Peter Buck joins a local band onstage on guitar with Mike Mills looking on, the evening prior to the 'Mountain Stage' performance.

28 April 1991 - 'Mountain Stage', Capitol Plaza Music Hall, Charleston, WV
soundcheck included: World Leader Pretend / Half A World Away
R.E.M.: World Leader Pretend / Radio Song (w/ Deni Bonet) / Fall On Me / It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)
Larry Groce: Positively 4th Street
Robyn Hitchcock: Oceanside / Arms Of Love (w/ Bonet) / Wild Mountain Thyme (w/ Bonet) / So You Think You're In Love (w/ Peter Buck)
Clive Gregson & Christine Collister: The Minute You're Gone / Here I Go Again / I Shake, I Rattle And I Roll / I Know Something
Bob Thompson: Brother's Keeper
Billy Bragg: The Marching Song Of Covert Batalions / Accident Waiting To Happen (w/ Wiggy) / Tank Park Salute (w/ Cara Tivey) / Waiting For The Great Leap Forwards (w/ Tivey)
Twister Sisters: All You Ever Think About Is You
R.E.M.: Half A World Away / Belong / Love Is All Around / Losing My Religion (w/ Bonet)
everyone: Dallas
encore:
R.E.M.: Radio Song (w/ Bonet) / Disturbance At The Heron House / Low / Swan Swan H
Peter Holsapple: White Train (w/ Berry, Buck & Mills)
Robyn Hitchcock: If You Go Away / Birdshead (w/ Buck)
Billy Bragg & Michael Stipe: My Youngest Son Came Home Today / Hello In There
Billy Bragg, Clive Gregson & Christine Collister: The Dark End Of The Street (w/ Berry, Buck, Holsapple, Mills & Bonet)
R.E.M.: Pop Song 89 (w/ Bragg) / Get Up
notes: Performance for 'Mountain Stage' National Public Radio programme. Up to 'Dallas' was broadcast on national radio, the rest was broadcast only on local Virginia radio. After 'Dallas', the governor of West Virginia came out and announced the day to be R.E.M. Day for R.E.M.'s support of National Public Radio. Peter Holsapple performed with R.E.M. during their sets, & Deni Bonet played violin on both versions of 'Radio Song' & 'Losing My Religion'. Peter, Mike & Bill also performed with Peter Holsapple on his song 'White Train'. David Russell joined on bongo drums on 'Pop Song 89' & 'Get Up'. The majority of the R.E.M. songs performed were released as 'Live At Mountain Stage' as part of the Out Of Time 25th Anniversary reissue in 2016.

30 April 1991 - Ritz Carlton Hotel, Cleveland, OH
notes: Bill Berry & Mike Mills hold various interview sessions.

1 May 1991 - Four Seasons Hotel, Boston, MA
notes: The band hold various interview sessions.

2 May 1991 - Four Seasons Hotel, Philadelphia, PA
notes: The band hold various interview sessions.

2 May 1991 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
support: Phranc, Deacon Lunchbox
set included: Greetings To The New Brunette / Levi Stubbs' Tears / Hello In There / My Youngest Son Came Home Today / Waiting For The Great Leap Forwards
notes: Billy Bragg show. Michael Stipe joins on vocals on 'Hello In There' & 'My Youngest Son Came Home Today'.

3 May 1991 - Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, GA
notes: 'Out Of Time' Release Party. This was a private party organised by Warner Bros, at which all members of R.E.M. were present.

6 May 1991
event: 'Shiny Happy People' 7", 12", Cassingle & CD Single is released in the UK

7 May 1991 - R.E.M.'s West Clayton Street Studio, Athens, GA
notes: Interview with Michael Stipe at their West Clayton Street Studio by Jeff Giles from Rolling Stone.

8 May 1991 - Peter Buck's House, Athens, GA
notes: Interview with Peter Buck & Mike Mills by Jeff Giles from Rolling Stone.

8 May 1991 - Peter Buck's House, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: My Youngest Son Came Home Today
notes: Recording Sessions for Billy Bragg. Michael Stipe & Mike Mills record vocal tracks on 'My Youngest Son Came Home Today'.

9 May 1991 - Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA
support: The Judybats
set included: If You Have Ghosts / Gates Of Eden
notes: John Wesley Harding show. Peter Buck guests on guitar on these songs.

10 May 1991 - Ye Old Colonial Restaurant, Athens, GA
notes: Interview with Bill Berry by Jeff Giles from Rolling Stone.

13 May 1991 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: Alley Of The Street / Paying My Way / Paying My Way (Take 2) / Mountains Of New York / School For Scandal
notes: Recording Sessions for Nikki Sudden's 'The Jewel Thief', with Buck, Mills, & John Keane.

14 May 1991 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: Don't Let Them Mess With You / Big Blonde Heiress / Grievous Angel / I Belong To You
notes: Recording Sessions for Nikki Sudden's 'The Jewel Thief', with Buck, Berry, John Keane, Brian Burke & Dave Blackmon..

15 May 1991 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: Jigsaw Blues / Falling / Over Your Grave / School For Scandal
notes: Recording Sessions for Nikki Sudden's 'The Jewel Thief', with Buck, Mills, & John Keane

16-17 May 1991 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: In The Web Of Regency
notes: Mixing Sessions for Nikki Sudden's 'The Jewel Thief', with Buck & John Keane.

18 May 1991
event: 'Out Of Time' hits number 1 on the Billboard chart

24 May 1991
event: 'Out Of Time' is certified Gold & Platinum (sales of 1,000,000) in the US

29 May 1991 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
support: Month Of Sundays
set: Chattahoochie Coochie Man / MacDougal Blues / Catch The Wind / Iron Mountain / Last Song Of Maddie Hope / The House Above Tina's Grocery - That's All Right - Mystery Train / Trail Of Seasons / Gotta Move On - Black Betty / Fly Me Courageous / Eastern European Carny Man / The Flower And The Knife / For You / Gotta Get Outta Here / Indian Song / With The People - King Of Birds / Suede Shoe Blues / Lost And Found / Chico & Maria / Hey Landlord (Meatloaf And Fishsticks) / Not Afraid To Die / I'm Free / Love Is All Around / Straight To Hell
notes: Kevn Kinney show, with Buren Fowler, Peter Buck & John Keane. Mike Mills guests on 'Chico & Maria', and Mills & Stipe guest on 'Love Is All Around'.

31 May 1991 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: Liquor, Guns And Ammo / Hotel Blues / The Bagman And The Twangman / Allens, Athens / Bourgeois Blues / Broken Dollar
notes: Mixing Sessions for Nikki Sudden's 'The Jewel Thief', with Buck & John Keane & Bill Holmes, with piano overdubs to the above tracks.

3-7 June 1991 - R.E.M.'s West Clayton Street Studio, Athens, GA
notes: Rehearsal & Demo Recording Sessions for 'Automatic For The People' begin.

14 June 1991 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
support: Three Walls Down
set included: Waiting / Decide / She Said She Said / Doin' It Again / The Boy With The Perpetual Nervousness / Time For A Witness / Sooner Or Later / Paint It, Black / Slipping (Into Something) / The Final Word / Away / Moscow Nights / Fa Cé-La / Too Far Gone / Crazy Rhythms
encore 1 included: Real Cool Time / White Light/White Heat / I Wanna Sleep In Your Arms
encore 2 included: Everybody's Got Something To Hide (Except Me And My Monkey) / See No Evil
notes: The Feelies show. Michael Stipe & Bill Berry guest on 'See No Evil'.

15 June 1991 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
support: Vic Chesnutt
set: Endgame / World Leader Pretend / Disturbance At The Heron House / Half A World Away (Part 1) / Tom's Diner / Gepetto / Half A World Away (Part 2) / Swan Swan H / Slippin' And Slidin' / (Ummm, Oh Yeah) Dearest / Fretless / Fall On Me / Belong / Love Is All Around / Losing My Religion / Get Up / Country Feedback
notes: Performing under the name "William". Michael does an a capella version of Vic Chesnutt's 'Gepetto'. Ben Reynolds from Chickasaw Mudd Puppies guests on Little Richards 'Slippin' And Slidin' and Buddy Holly's '(Umm, Oh Yeah) Dearest'.

17-28 June 1991 - Studio Gallery, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: Latent-Blatant / Bug / Withering / Sponge / Where Were You? / Lucinda Williams / Florida / Stupid Preoccupations / Panic Pure / Miss Mary / Steve Willoughby / West Of Rome / Big Huge Valley / Soggy Tongues / Little Fugue / Nathan / Where's The Clock
notes: Recording Sessions for Vic Chesnutt's 'West Of Rome', produced by Michael Stipe.

19 June 1991
event: 'Out Of Time' is certified 2x Multi-Platinum (sales of 2,000,000) in the US

24 June 1991
event: 'Reckoning' & 'Fables Of The Reconstruction' are certified Gold (sales of 500,000) in the US

15 July 1991 - Tramp's, New York, NY
notes: Michael Stipe hosts New Music Seminar's 'Deep In The South' evening, featuring sets from 4 bands: The Daisy Group, Opal Foxx Quartet, Swell Dopa & Beggar Weeds.

27 July 1991 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
notes: Final Mixing Sessions for Nikki Sudden's 'The Jewel Thief', with Buck & John Keane.

5 August 1991
event: 'Near Wild Heaven' 7", 12", Cassingle & CD Single is released in the UK

17 August 1991 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
support: Vic Chesnutt
set: Oceanside / Queen Of Eyes / Clean Steve / I Often Dream Of Trains / Glass Hotel / City Of Shame / Flesh Number One (Beatle Dennis) / Chinese Bones / Lobster Man / Birdshead / Vegetation And Dimes / So You Think You're In Love / Arms Of Love / Balloon Man / Listening To The Higsons / You Ain't Going Nowhere
encore: There She Goes Again / I Got A Message For You / The Bells Of Rhymney
notes: Robyn Hitchcock show, with Peter Buck & Mike Mills.

3 September 1991
event: 'Shiny Happy People' Cassingle & 7" Single is released in the US

5 September 1991 - MTV Video Music Awards, Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA
notes: R.E.M. win 6 awards: Video Of The Year, Best Art Direction, Best Breakthrough Video, Best Editing, Best Group Video & Best Direction (w/ Tarsem), all for 'Losing My Religion'. Bill, Mike & Michael along with Tarsem were present to accept the awards, in which Michael wore a variety of sloganed t-shirts & when accepting awards would take one off to reveal another slogan. The slogans included: 'Love Knows No Color', 'Rainforest', 'Wear A Condom', 'Choice', 'Alternative Energy Now', 'The Right To Vote' & 'Handgun Control'.

9 September 1991
event: 'The One I Love' Cassingle, 7" & CD Single is released in the UK

9-13 September 1991 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: Crazy Annie / Together / Tuned Into Love / Deja Vu / Nowhere Road / Dust Bowl / I'm In Control / Don't You Know / What's Your Game / Suspicious / Hot Stuff
notes: Recording Sessions for The Troggs 'Athens Andover' with Berry, Buck, Mills & John Keane.

23 September 1991 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
Films Screened: Ian McFarlane - 'Just Think Lunch' / Dominic DeJoseph - 'Spiral' / Lance Bangs - 'Chain Smoke' / Chris Bilheimer - 'Untitled' / James Joransen - 'Abstract Thoughts' / Kenneth Aguar - 'Golden Brown' / The Conspiracy - 'Step' / Stephen Crawford - 'Francis' / Virude Originals - 'Traumerei' / Jim McKay - 'Hi Ku' / Curtis Whaley - 'Glass' / Jennifer Williams - 'Stonehenge' / Lee Clemer - 'Mesheen' / James Herbert - 'Low' / Jem Cohen - 'Belong' / Jim McKay - 'Half A World Away' / Jem Cohen - 'Country Feedback'
notes: 'Flicker 5', Flicker Film Night, showing films by 13 local filmmakers & filmgroups, & the premiere of 4 R.E.M. videos: 'Low', 'Belong', 'Half A World Away' & 'Country Feedback' that was from the upcoming R.E.M. home video release 'This Film Is On'.

24 September 1991
event: 'This Film Is On' compilation video is released on VHS in the US

3 October 1991 - New South Music Awards, Penta Hotel, Atlanta, GA
other acts appearing: Christopher Morgan Dance Troupe, Insane Jane, Something Special, Jackyl, Follow For Now, Face Of Concern, Basic Black, Drivin' N' Cryin'
notes: R.E.M. win 8 awards: Best Electric Guitarist, Best Drummer, Best Bass Player, Best Male Vocalist, Best Rock Band, Georgia Song Of The Year (for 'Losing My Religion'), Musician Of The Year (Peter Buck) & Band Of The Year. Mike Mills & Bill Berry recieved the awards on the bands behalf, & performed with Drivin' N' Cryin' on their closing performance.

7-10 October 1991 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
tracks recorded: Cabaret College / Been Meaning To Do / Consummation / A Trailer's A Trailer / G.I. Joe / Town / Drivin' Blind / The Coach's Wife / Tracy's Calendar / Dropping / Dilettante's Ball / Brother Shiloh Collins
notes: Recording Sessions for The Dashboard Saviors 'Kitty' with Buck, Mills & John Keane, with Vic Chesnutt, Boffo Nazuldurskie, Tim White & David Blackmon. Produced by Peter Buck.

10 October 1991
event: 'Murmur' is certified Gold (sales of 500,000) in the US

11 October 1991
event: 'Out Of Time' is certified 3x Multi-Platinum (sales of 3,000,000) in the US

15 October 1991
event: 'This Film Is On' compilation video is released on Laser Disc in the US

20 October 1991 - 'Peach Jam', 96rock WKLS 96.1FM, 96rock WKLS-FM Studios, Atlanta, GA
set: Indian Song / Save For Me / Trail Of Seasons / Chico & Maria
notes: Radio interview with Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck & live in-studio performance.

20 October 1991 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
support: Bruce Joyner, Out Of The Fire
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck show. Flagpole's 4th Anniversary Party.

November 1991 - The Basilica Of Saint Mary, Minneapolis, MN
tracks recorded: Organ Song
notes: Mike Mills Recording Session.

4 November 1991
event: 'Radio Song' 7", 12", Cassingle & CD Single is released in the UK

5 November 1991
event: 'Radio Song' 7", 12", Cassingle & CD Single is released in the US

9 November 1991 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
probable tracks recorded: Baby Baby / Christmas Griping / Try Not To Breathe / Star Mr Kitten (Instrumental) / Man On The Moon (Instrumental)
notes: Recording Session, possibly for B-Sides.

10 November 1991 - 'MTV 10th Anniversary Special', MTV/ABC, Madison-Morgan Cultural Center, Madison, GA
set: Losing My Religion (w/ Atlanta Symphony Orchestra)
notes: Television performance for 'MTV 10th Anniversary Special'. R.E.M. were introduced on the Anniversary Special broadcast by fellow Georgian, Kim Basinger.

22 November 1991 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
support: The Yams
set included: Cool / There It Is / Look Alive / Gravity / Catch / This-That / Crunch / K / Sugarpop / Metal / Chug / Beep / Volume / Feast On My Heart
encore 1: M-Train / Sloganistic
encore 2: Stop It
notes: Pylon's last show. Michael Stipe guests on backing vocals on 'M-Train', & Mike Mills guests on 'Stop It'.

24 November 1991 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
notes: Recording Session, possibly for B-Sides.

28 November 1991 - Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA
support: Widespread Panic
set: Honeysuckle Blue / Around The Block Again / Chain Reaction / Scarred But Smarter / Look What You've Done To Your Brother / Roadhouse Blues - Wild Dog Moon / The Friend Song / Together / Lost In The Shuffle - On Broadway / Rush Hour / The Innocent - Yes That's Me / Can't Promise You The World / To Build A Fire / Peacemaker / Whisper Tames The Lion / Let's Go Dancing (w/ David Franklin) / With The People - King Of Birds (w/ Peter Buck) / Indian Song (w/ Buck) / Fly Me Courageous
encore: For You / Straight To Hell (w/ Buck, Chris Robinson & Rich Robinson) / Syllables - Pushin' Too Hard (w/ Buck & Rich Robinson)
notes: Drivin' n' Cryin' show, with Peter Buck, David Franklin, Chris & Rich Robinson guesting during their set.

2 December 1991
event: 'It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)' 7", Cassingle & CD Single is released in the UK

2 December 1991 - R.E.M.'s West Clayton Street Studio, Athens, GA
notes: Photo shoot with the band by Kevin Westenberg, & interview by Alan Jones, for the Melody Maker Christmas edition cover, with Mike Mills wearing an Uncle Sam hat, Peter Buck wearing a Santa suit, Bill Berry a bear cub hat & Michael Stipe wearing the bear suit!.

3 December 1991 - Billboard Music Awards, Barker Hangar, Santa Monica, CA
notes: R.E.M. win 2 awards: Top World Album & Top Modern Rock Artist for 'Out Of Time', Mike Mills accepts on behalf of the band.

8 December 1991 - John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
notes: Recording Session, possibly for B-Sides.

10 December 1991 - 1991 Reebok Human Rights Awards, Boston Park Plaza Castle, Boston, MA
notes: Michael Stipe attends and presents awards, alongside Lou Reed, KRS-One, Jackson Browne, James Taylor, & Jimmy Carter.

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