LEMON TREE gigs sent in by Nick Warburton

18 September 1967 – Regent Club, Langley Green, West Midlands with The Method (Express & Star)

2 December 1967 – Purple Pussycat, Hull, Humbershire with Purple Mist (Hull Daily Mail)

19 January 1968 – 76 Club, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire (http://www.76club.org.uk/gigs.html)

10 March 1968 – Queen’s Beat Club, Erdington, West Midlands (Birmingham Evening Mail)
30 March 1968 – Plaza Ballroom, Handsworth, West Midlands (Birmingham Evening Mail)

7 April 1968 – Cat Balou Club, Grantham, Lincolnshire (Melody Maker/Grantham Journal)
13 April 1968 – Walsall Town Hall, Walsall, West Midlands with The Harlems (Express & Star)

18 May 1968 – Belfry, Wishaw, West Midlands with Stafords (Birmingham Evening Mail)
22-23 May 1968 – Hatchetts, Piccadilly London (Melody Maker/Mick Capewell’s Marmalade Skies)

13 June 1968 – Hatchetts, Piccadilly, London (Poster at Jonathan Marks’ website: https://imgur.com/a/sWtBd#0)

Record Mirror – second single released 14 June 1968

29 June 1968 – Hatchetts, Piccadilly, London (Poster at Jonathan Marks’ website: https://imgur.com/a/sWtBd#0)

20 July 1968 – Queen’s Beat Club, Birmingham (Birmingham Evening Mail)

10 August 1968 – Rainbow Room Club, Ship Hotel, Weybridge, Surrey (Woking Herald)

Record Mirror – 10 August, page 4 – story on the band. Mentions Australian tour

1 September 1968 – Brussels Pop Festival, Brussels, Belgium (Record Mirror)
22 September 1968 – Cat-Balou, Grantham, Lincolnshire (Grantham Journal)

11 October 1968 – Mansfield Palais, Nottinghamshire (Nottingham Evening Post)
12 October 1968 – Guildford Civic Hall, Guildford, Surrey with The Switch (Guildford Advertiser)

1 November 1968 – King’s College, Strand, London with The Move and Hearts ‘N’ Soul (Melody Maker)
16 November 1968 – Leyton Town Baths, Leyton with Granny’s Intentions (Leyton Express)
23 November 1968 – Golden Torch, Tunstall, Staffordshire (Evening Sentinel)

5 December 1968 – Station Inn, Selly Oak, West Midlands (Birmingham Evening Mail)
9 December 1968 – Bull’s Head, Yardley, West Midlands (Birmingham Evening Mail)

9 May 1969 – Bull, Birmingham (Birmingham Evening Mail)