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The Duran Duran Timeline
<< 1986 1987 1988 >>

Duran Duran promotes and tours around the world to support the Notorious album and the "Skin Trade" and "Meet El Presidente" singles. They appear at The Secret Policeman's Third Ball, perform a month of co-headlining dates with David Bowie, and do a charity concert with Lou Reed.

Date Event
The Italian Duran Duran fanzine RioCarnival is founded in Foggia, Italy by Luana and Ilenia Salvatore.
The compilation album Artistas Internacionales De Emi Capitol En Concierto featuring Duran Duran is released to promote tour dates in Spain.
Summer Maxis compilation released in Argentina, featuring "Notorious" (Extended Mix) produced by Nile Rodgers.
The Life In Mirrors album by Masami Tsuchiya released, featuring John Taylor.
Super Maxi Hits '87 released in Greece, with an extended version of "Notorious".
The compilation album Countdown: Live released in The Netherlands, featuring Duran Duran.
Andy's solo album Thunder released (Missing Persons' Patrick O'Hearn plays bass)
The promotional only album WEA Top Hits: Oct. '87 - Vol. 51 released in Japan, featuring Andy Taylor's "Life Goes On".
Jan Duran Duran interviewed on The Meldrum Tapes; bootlegged on The Video Archives: Volume V.
Jan 3 "Notorious" single re-enters UK charts; peaks at #73
Warren hired as salaried guitarist for The Strange Behaviour Tour
Jan ? "Skin Trade" single released in US (backed with "We Need You")
Jan 10 American Top 40 with Casey Kasem: January 10, 1987 broadcast, featuring "Notorious" at no.2.
Jan 11 Rock Over London: 402 broadcast in the USA, featuring "Skin Trade".
Jan 31 "Skin Trade" peaks at #39 in US
Feb "Planet Earth" is included on Disco Mix Club: February 87 Mixes 2.
Feb 4 John and Nick interviewed by Bruno Brooks on Radio 1 in the UK
Feb 6 Duran lip-synchs "Skin Trade" on German TV show WWF Club in Cologne
Feb 7 "Skin Trade" video premieres on MTV
Feb The Making of Arcadia video and laserdisc released in UK, Australia and Japan (includes videos for "Election Day", "The Promise", "Goodbye Is Forever", "The Flame", and "Missing")
Feb "Skin Trade" single (backed with "We Need You") released worldwide; the original sleeve, with a woman's bare derriere, is pulled (except in Canada and France) when several retailers refuse to stock it
Feb Duran cancels a scheduled Australian tour
The SAN REMO FESTIVAL
Duran appears on two days at two separate locations
Feb ? Duran Duran: Teatro delle Vittorie, San Remo, Italy
The band performs "Notorious"; bootlegged on Duran Duran: 1987
Feb ? Duran Duran: [venue?], San Remo, Italy
Feb 21 "Skin Trade" peaks at #22 in UK
Feb 22 Nick's friend and mentor Andy Warhol passes away after a gallbladder operation
 ? John smashes his car through the security gate at the Capitol Records parking lot in Hollywood; the band meets with Capitol president Joe Smith
 ? The compilation album Hits on Film released in Italy, featuring "A View To A Kill".
Feb 26 Top of the Pops airs Duran's lip-synch performance of "Skin Trade"
Feb 27 Duran appears on Joan Rivers talk show
Feb 27 Duran appears on The Late Show and performs "Meet El Presidente" and "Skin Trade"
Mar 1 Nick, Simon and John answer fans' questions on Hitline USA radio show
Mar 15 Japanese Super Time TV show broadcast Duran Duran arriving at the Japan International Airport to begin their world tour and includes an interview at the airport with John Taylor. Bootlegged on The Video Archives: No.22 Japan.
The STRANGE BEHAVIOUR Tour
With drummer Steve Ferrone, three horns and two backup singers
Mar 16 Duran Duran: Shimin Kaikan, Fukuoka, Japan
bootlegged
Mar 17 Duran Duran: Shimin Kaikan, Fukuoka, Japan
Mar 18 Japanese Tokyo Rock TV show broadcast an in-depth interview with Nick, Simon & John. Includes clips of "Skin Trade" (music video), "Is There Something I Should Know?" (live), "Election Day" (Interviewed by Masami Tsuchiya). Bootlegged on The Video Archives: No.22 Japan.
Mar 19 Duran Duran: Kokusai Tenjujyo, Nagoya, Japan
Mar 21 Duran Duran: Korakuen Stadium, Tokyo, Japan
bootlegged on Live In Tokyo - Singin' In The Rain
Mar 22 Duran Duran: Korakuen Stadium, Tokyo, Japan
Simon sings "Singin' In The Rain".
bootlegged on Duran Duran Vs Andy Taylor: That Fatal Kiss, Strange Behaviour Tour '87 and Tokyo: 22-03-87
Mar 23 Interview with John aired on Metro Radio in the UK
Mar 24 While in Osaka, Duran records tracks for the Reading Record flexidisc -- Simon recites lyrics to "Skin Trade", Nick recites lyrics to "Winter Marches On", and John recites his favorite lyrics from assorted other songs on the Notorious album
Mar 24 Duran Duran: Nishinomiya Stadium, Osaka, Japan
bootlegged on Meet El Presidente and Osaka 1987 Live
Mar 28 Simon is banned from the BBC-1 kids show Saturday Superstore after answering a phone-in question about his worst memory of the Drum expedition with "seeing the cook's arse first thing in the morning".
Mar 29 Duran Duran and others: The Secret Policemen's Third Ball, Palladium, London, England
An Amnesty International Charity Concert; Duran performs "Save A Prayer" and "Skin Trade"; rumors fly backstage about the band breaking up for good.
released on The Secret Policeman's Third Ball: The Music
Mar Strange Behaviour 87: European Itinerary issued to tour personnel.
Mar 30 Duran Duran: Forest National, Brussels, Belgium
Mar 31 Duran Duran: Forest National, Brussels, Belgium
bootlegged on Bruxelles 87
Apr Andy Taylor's "I Might Lie" is included on WEA Top Hits: April '87 - Vol. 45 released in Japan.
Apr Nick, Simon and John interviewed on NRJ Rock Show (Paris, France)
Apr 1 Duran Duran: Espace Foire, Lilles, France
bootlegged
Apr 2 Duran Duran: Bercy, Paris, France
bootlegged on Paris, France: April 02, 1987
Apr 3 Duran Duran: Bercy, Paris, France
bootlegged on Paris, Bercy: April 03, 1987
Apr 4 Duran's performance aired on US TV dance show Soul Train
Apr 5 Duran Duran: Schleyerhalle, Stuttgart, Germany (no opening act)
bootlegged on Strange Behaviour: Stuttgart
Apr 6 Duran Duran: Sporthalle, Cologne, Germany (no opening act)
bootlegged on Duran Cologne
Apr 7 Duran Duran: Grugahalle, Essen, Germany (with guest Roger Taylor) (no opening act)
bootlegged on German Behaviour
Apr 9 Duran Duran: Drammenshallen, Drammen (Oslo), Norway (no opening act)
Apr 10 Duran Duran: Scandinavium, Gothenburg, Sweden
Apr 11 Duran Duran: Isstadion, Stockholm, Sweden
Apr 13 Duran Duran: Valbyhallen, Copenhagen, Denmark (no opening act) bootlegged
Apr 14 Duran Duran: Valbyhallen, Copenhagen, Denmark (no opening act)
Apr 16 Duran Duran: Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, Germany (no opening act)
bootlegged on Live In Berlin - 16th April 1987
Apr 17 Duran Duran: Sporthalle, Hamburg, Germany (no opening act)
bootlegged on Hamburg - Sporthalle: 17 April 1987
Apr 18 Duran Duran: Eilenriedehalle, Hannover, Germany
cancelled
Apr 22 Duran Duran: Royal Dublin Society Exhibition Hall, Dublin, Ireland (with John Adams)
originally scheduled April 21; bumped at the last minute to April 22
Apr 23 Duran Duran: Kings Hall, Belfast, North Ireland (no opening act)
bootlegged on Belfast 1987; scheduled opening act Mantronix did not play
Apr "Meet El Presidente" single released (backed with "Vertigo" and the "Meet El Beat" remix); this is the first Duran song released as a CD single
spring Duran clips and interviews appear on Australian TV special Straight From The Hip: The Meldrum Tapes
 ? Live album The Secret Policeman's Third Ball: The Music released, including "Save a Prayer"; proceeds go to Amnesty International
Apr 24 Duran performs "New Religion", "Meet El Presidente", "Hungry Like The Wolf", "Notorious" and "Wild Boys" live on the final episode of British music show The Tube (Newcastle)
bootlegged on Live On The Tube, Duran Duran: 1987 and Live on Planet Earth: Vol. 1-2
Apr 25 "Meet El Presidente" peaks at #24 in UK
Apr 25 Duran Duran: Queens Hall, Leeds, England (with John Adams)
bootlegged; celebrated Steve Ferrone's birthday
Apr 26 Duran Duran: Empire Theatre, Liverpool, England (with John Adams)
Apr 27 Duran Duran: Apollo, Manchester, England (with John Adams)
Simon cuts his head open on one of the drum cymbals when he leaps from the back of the stage during "The Wild Boys"
bootlegged on Manchester '87
Apr 28 Duran Duran: Playhouse, Edinburgh, Scotland (with John Adams)
Apr 29 Duran Duran: Playhouse, Edinburgh, Scotland (with John Adams)
Apr 30 Top of the Pops airs Duran's lip-synch performance of "Meet El Presidente"
May 1 Duran Duran: Palais des Sports, Lyon, France
bootlegged
May 2 "Meet El Presidente" peaks at #70 in US
May 2 Duran Duran: Les Arenas, Fréjus, France
bootlegged on Les Arenes: Live In Fréjus
May 3 Duran Duran: Palais des Sports, Toulouse, France
May 5 Duran Duran: Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
bootlegged on A Swiss Night
May 7 Duran Duran: Ahoy, Rotterdam, Holland (no opening act)
bootlegged on Rotterdam 1987, Duran Goes Dutch and Other Strange Behaviours... and released as Duran Goes Dutch
May 8 Duran Duran: Ahoy, Rotterdam, Holland (no opening act)
May 9 Duran Duran: Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany (no opening act)
bootlegged on Frankfurt May 9th 1987
May 10 Duran Duran: Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany (no opening act)
bootlegged on Munich
May 12 Duran Duran: Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria
bootlegged on Wien at Stadthalle '87
May 13 Duran Duran: Montreux Pop Festival, Montreux Casino, Montreux, Switzerland
lip-synched performances of "Notorious" and "Meet El Presidente" broadcast on TV
bootlegged on Yo Bad Azizi and Montreux
May 15 John is interviewed backstage at the NEC by BRMB radio in Birmingham
May 15 Duran Duran: National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, England (with John Adams)
bootlegged on Live At Birmingham '87
May 15 Andy Taylor: Wolfgang's, San Francisco, CA, USA
May 16 Duran Duran: Brighton Centre, Brighton, England (with John Adams)
Audience apathy results in Simon and John sitting on Nick's keyboard riser for several songs; bootlegged on Duran Brighton 87
May 17 Duran Duran: Empire Ballroom, London, England (no opening act)
shorter set; bootlegged, on The Finest Hour and Live At The Empire Ballroom: 17th May 1987
May 17 Andy Taylor: The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano, CA, USA
bootlegged on Andy Taylor: Coach House 17 May 87
May 18 Duran Duran: Wembley Arena, London, England (with John Adams)
Simple Minds drummer Mel Gaynor plays with support act John Adams; bootlegged on London 1987: First Night
May 19 Duran Duran: Wembley Arena, London, England (with John Adams)
Mel Gaynor plays with John Adams again; bootlegged on May 19th 1987: 2nd Show At Wembley
May 20 Duran Duran: Wembley Arena, London, England (with John Adams)
Mel Gaynor plays with John Adams again; bootlegged on Wembley Arena '87
May 23 Duran Duran: Palacio Municipal, Madrid, Spain
May 24 Duran Duran: Estadio Municipal Fuente de San Luis (Palacio Municipal), Valencia, Spain (no opening act)
May 25 Duran Duran: Palacio Municipal, Barcelona, Spain
bootlegged on Barcelona 1987
May The Cuccurullo family joins Warren in Italy
May 28 Duran Duran: Stadio La Favorita, Palermo, Italy (no opening act)
bootlegged on Palermo 87
May Strange Behavior EP released in Italy and Japan
May MTV films Music Passport documentary special with Duran Duran in Italy; features band visits to Ferrari plant and the Coliseum
bootlegged on Return of Notorious
 ? CBS TV network (in the US) films a two-part interview with Duran in Italy
May 30 Duran does a lipsynch performance of "Notorious" and "Skin Trade" on Ibiza 92 (an RTVE special celebrating Barcelona's selection to host the 1992 Olympic games); Spandau Ballet and others also appear
May 30 Duran Duran: Stadio Comunale, Bari, Italy
bootlegged on Bari
May 31 Duran Duran: Stadio Comunale, Cava Dei Tirreni (Naples), Italy
bootlegged on Cava Dei Tirreni
May 31 Andy Taylor: New Georges, San Rafael, CA, USA
videotaped
Jun 1 Nick and Simon interviewed backstage at Rome show on Rai Stereo Uno radio (Italy)
Jun 1 Duran Duran: Stadio Flaminio, Rome, Italy
bootlegged on Roma and Flaminio Roma
Jun 4 Duran Duran: Stadio Comunale, Modena, Italy
bootlegged on El Presidente and Italian Behaviour
Jun 5 Psychedelic Furs: Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (with The Mission)
Andy Taylor was replaced as opening act for this show three days before. "Andy Taylor was supposed to open up, but that didn't work out too well shall we say. But The Mission have been great." (Furs leader Richard Butler on TV show "Toronto Rocks," several hours before the gig)
Jun 5 Duran Duran: Stadio S. Siro (Stadio Meazza), Milan, Italy
50,000 in attendance; bootlegged on Milano: June 5th 1987
Jun 7 Duran Duran: Stadio Comunale, Firenze (Florence), Italy
bootlegged
Jun 8 Nick Rhodes celebrates his birthday at Night Capriccio and Hotel Regency in Firenze. Nick, Simon, John play with the fans until 4:00 am; parts of the evening were recorded & bootlegged on Nick Rhodes Birthday Party
Jun 14 Andy Taylor: Fitzgeralds, Houston, Texas, USA (with The Cosmetics)
bootlegged on Andy Taylor: Live At Bogarts 1987
Jun 18 Duran Duran: Worcester Centrum, Worcester, Massachussetts, USA (with Erasure)
Julie Anne attends; bootlegged on Worcester: June 18th 1987
 ? Duran Goes Dutch promotional 12" is released in US with several live tracks recorded in Rotterdam on May 7
Jun 20 Master Mixes (a two-record set of remixes from the Notorious album) released in US and Hong Kong on Masterdisc
 ? The promotional only album Maxi Mega Mobile Master Massive Madness Mammoth Multiple Monster Mixology! released in the USA, featuring 4 Duran Duran tracks.
Jun 20 Duran Duran: Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, Connecticut, USA (with Erasure)
Simon leads crowd in singing Happy Birthday to John before the encore
Jun 21 Andy Taylor: Center Stage Theater, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
cancelled
Jun 22 Simon and John appear on Howard Stern radio show
Jun 22 Duran Duran: Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA (with Erasure)
Jun 23 Duran Duran: Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA (with Erasure)
Jun 24 Duran Duran: Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA (with Erasure)
bootlegged on Madison 87
Jun 24 Duran Duran: Cat Club, New York, New York, USA
Jun 25 Duran Duran: Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, New York, USA (with Erasure)
Jun 26 Duran Duran: Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center, Rochester, New York, USA (with Erasure)
Jun 29 Duran Duran: Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls (Cleveland), Ohio, USA (with Erasure)
bootlegged
Jun 30 Duran Duran: Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA (with Erasure)
opening act was Erasure, although program advertised OMD
Jul 1 Duran Duran: Marcus Amphitheater, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA (with Erasure)
Jul 2 Duran Duran: LaMar Park, Wyoming, Michigan, USA (with Erasure)
cancelled; moved to Grand Rapids at the last minute
Jul 2 Duran Duran: Welsh Auditorium, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA (with Erasure)
Jul 3 Duran Duran: Five Seasons Center, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA (with Erasure)
Jul 6 Duran Duran: Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan, USA (with Erasure)
Jul 7 Duran Duran: Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA (with Erasure)
Jul 8 Duran Duran: Poplar Creek Music Theatre, Hoffman Estates (Chicago), Illinois, USA (with Erasure)
Jul 8 Andy Taylor: NHK Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Band includes Patrick O'Hearn on bass; released on Andy Taylor: Live In Tokyo 1987 and bootlegged on Duran Duran Vs Andy Taylor: That Fatal Kiss
Jul 10 Heart: Poplar Creek Music Theatre, Hoffman Estates (Chicago), Illinois, USA (with Andy Taylor)
Jul 10 Duran Duran: Louisville Gardens, Louisville, Kentucky, USA (with Erasure)
Jul 11 Duran Duran: Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA (with Erasure)
Ticket stubs show that the venue was Civic Arena, not the Syria Mosque as often listed; bootlegged on Pittsburgh 1987
Jul 11 Heart: Alpine Valley Music Theater, East Troy, Wisconsin, USA (with Andy Taylor)
Jul 13 Duran Duran: Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, Maryland, USA (with Erasure)
Jul 14 Duran Duran: venue?, Hampton, Virginia, USA (with Erasure)
Jul 15 Duran Duran: Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA (with Erasure)
bootlegged on Charlotte 1987
Jul John interviewed on Z-93 radio (Atlanta, GA)
Jul 17 Duran Duran: Six Flags Over Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (with Erasure)
Simon sings a bit of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Call Me The Breeze"
Jul 18 Duran Duran: Starwood Amphitheater, Nashville, Tennessee, USA (with Erasure)
Simon trips over a cord and nearly crashes into the keyboard stand
Jul 20 Duran Duran: Sandstone Amphitheater, Bonner Springs, Kansas, USA (with Erasure)
Jul 22 Duran Duran: Compton Terrace, Phoenix, Arizona, USA (with Erasure)
Jul 24 Duran Duran: The Great Western Forum, Inglewood (Los Angeles), California, USA (with Erasure)
Duran Duran: The Lhasa Club, Los Angeles, California, USA
Post-concert party thrown by Capitol Records after the Forum show; Simon's brother and Susannah Hoffs of the Bangles attended, among others.
Jul 25 Duran Duran: The Great Western Forum, Inglewood (Los Angeles), California, USA (with Erasure)

bootlegged on Los Angeles 1987
Jul 27 Duran Duran: Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, Irvine, California, USA (with Erasure)
The band performs "If She Knew What She Wants" with special guests The Bangles. This date filmed for (but not used in) the Working for the Skin Trade concert video; bootlegged on Strange Behaviour 87: Irvine
Jul 28 Duran Duran: San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, California, USA (with Erasure)
Filmed for the Working For The Skin Trade concert video; bootlegged on Dance Into The Fire
Jul 30 Duran Duran: Cal Expo, Sacramento, California, USA (with Erasure)
Jul 31 Duran Duran: Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, California, USA (with Erasure)
This date filmed for the Working For The Skin Trade concert video; bootlegged on Dance Into The Fire
Aug 2 Alex Sadkin, producer of Seven and the Ragged Tiger, is killed in a car crash in Miami, Florida
Aug 7 Duran Duran: El Coliseo Roberto Clemente, San Juan, Puerto Rico (no opening act)
sold out; Simon emerges for the encore wrapped in a Puerto Rican flag, sending the crowd wild with enthusiasm
Aug 8 Duran Duran: El Coliseo Roberto Clemente, San Juan, Puerto Rico (no opening act)
Aug 10 Duran Duran: Six Flags Music Mill Amphitheatre, Six Flags Over Texas, Arlington, Texas, USA (no opening act)
The GLASS SPIDER Tour
Duran Duran shares the bill with David Bowie during the end of his North American tour
Aug 12 David Bowie and Duran Duran: Mile High Stadium, Denver, Colorado, USA (with The Outfield)
Aug 14 David Bowie and Duran Duran: Portland Civic Stadium, Portland, Oregon, USA
bootlegged on Portland 1987
Aug 15 David Bowie and Duran Duran: British Columbia Place Stadium, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (with Georgia Satellites)
Aug 17 David Bowie and Duran Duran: Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (with Georgia Satellites)
Aug 19 David Bowie and Duran Duran: Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (with Georgia Satellites)
Aug 22 Simon does in-studio interview with alternative radio station CFNY 102.1 FM in Toronto. The DJ plays his requests for the songs "Wooly Bully" and "Oye Como Va"
Aug 24 David Bowie and Duran Duran: Molson CNE Stadium, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (with Northern Pikes)
Concert is part of 'The Ex', one of the largest fairs in North America
bootlegged on Toronto Forum
Aug 25 David Bowie and Duran Duran: Molson CNE Stadium, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (with Northern Pikes)
Concert is part of 'The Ex', one of the largest fairs in North America
Aug 28 David Bowie and Duran Duran: Lansdowne Park, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (with Eight Seconds)
Aug 30 David Bowie and Duran Duran: Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (with Michael Pagliaro)
Aug 31 Duran Duran: Beacon Theater, New York, New York, USA (with guests Lou Reed and Nile Rodgers)
100th and final show of the tour. A charity concert for "The Association to Benefit Children"; John sings the intro to "The Reflex"; Duran performs "Sweet Jane" and "Walk on the Wild Side" with Lou Reed; Westwood One record the show for the Startrak Profile - Pop Concert: 88-01 radio broadcast; bootlegged on Duran At The Beacon, The Final Show and Duran Duran: Live at the Beacon Theatre.
 ? A promo CD of the Beacon Theater show called L'Oreal Studio Line Live!, (which includes Duran's "Skin Trade") is available free with the purchase of certain L'Oreal hair products
 ? MTV airs the Music Passport documentary special, about Duran's Strange Behaviour Tour in Italy
bootlegged on Return of Notorious
 ? Simon and the Berrows sell Drum to a man from Glasgow (who now regularly takes underprivileged kids out to introduce them to the sea)
 ? Capitol/EMI releases the compilation Brave Music For A New World, including Duran's "Winter Marches On" and the "Notoriousaurus" remix
 ? The Happy Xmas 1987 from Duran Duran collectors set released in Japan.
Dec 31 American Top 40 Year-End Countdown 1987 with Casey Kasem broadcast, featuring "Notorious" at no.25.
<< 1986 1987 1988 >>

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