<TimeLine 1982>

TimeLine : 1982

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The ¡Alarma! Chronicles Years

    1982

  • Tim Chandler plays a demo tape on the DA tour bus by a new band featuring Steve Hindalong and Derri Daugherty (Pre-Youth Choir).
    Steve: "It was reported to us that Terry, after listening to one song, ejected the cassete and tossed it over his shoulder without saying a word. We were mortified."
    Tim: "...It was a demo that Steve, Derri and I had done together... Derri was roadying at the time on this particular tour and was in the van with us. The way I remember it is... the band listened to it, Terry was riding shotgun up front so he popped the tape out, and then sort of mumbled something ('..uh, yeah, sounds real good...') and reached back over his shoulder with the tape waiting for someone to grab it and then just kind of dropped it thinking someone would catch it... I'm pretty sure he didn't throw it. I imagine Derri remembers it worse than it was because (obviously) he was hoping for more of a reaction from Terry..."

  • Terry meets Rob Watson thru DA's engineer Doug Doyle. (Source: HRS 1988 "The Spinning Vortex Into An Overnight Success")


    (Jerry Chamberlain, Stonehill, Tim Chandler)

  • Members of DA also appeared in Randy Stonehill's video for "Die Young".

    January 1982

  • "I Love You #19" is listed as #20 on the CCM Magazine Top Airplay chart.

    January 2, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at Calvary Chapel in Downey, CA.

    January 22, 1982

  • Roby Duke's Not the Same is released on Firewind Records/MCA Songbird. Rob Watson plays keyboards; Alex MacDougall plays percussion.

    January 23, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Conoga Park, CA.

    January 29, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Dana Point, CA.

    Early 1982

  • Terry & Jerry's guitars were stolen around this time.

    February 5, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Fresno, CA.

    February 6, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Sacramento, CA. for Warehouse Ministries.

    February 29, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in San Jose, CA.

    March 1, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Livermore, CA.

    March 2, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Kalmath Falls, OR.

    March 3, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at the Neighbors of Woodcraft Hall in Portland, Oregon.

    March 4, 1982


  • Daniel Amos performs at Ingraham Hight School in Seattle, WA. with Randy Stonehill.

    March 5, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Vancouver, B.C. Canada.

    March 6, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Kelowna, B.C. Canada.

    March 8, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Edmondton, Alberta Canada.

    March 10, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Camrose, Alberta Canada.

    March 11, 1982


  • Daniel Amos performs in Vancouver, BC. Tom Howard opened the show.

    March 14, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Billings, MT.

    March 15, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Salt Lake City, UT.

    March 19, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at California Lutheran College in Thousand Oaks, CA.

    March 20, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Pasadena, CA.

    April 7, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Lakeland, FL.

    April 8, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Daytona Beach, FL.

    April 9, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Miami, FL.

    April 10, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

    April 12, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Jacksonville, FL.

    April 13, 1982

  • Pat Terry's Humanity Gangsters is released on Myrrh Records. Alex MacDougall played percussion.

    April 15, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Florence, SC.

    April 16, 1982

    Daniel Amos Harrisburg VA 1982
  • Daniel Amos performs at the E.M.C. Chapel Auditorium in Harrisburg, VA. with Randy Stonehill.

    April 17, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at the Virginia Beach Pavillion in Virginia Beach, VA. Apparently, early in the show a disgruntled fan started shouting things like "What happened to Shotgun Angel? I want to hear Shotgun Angel!!". Randy Stonehill opened the show. (source: John Chase (DADL))

    April 18, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at the Owen Auditorim at Greensboro College in Greensboro, NC. with Randy Stonehill.

    April 19, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Wingate, NC.

    April 20, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Nashville, TN.

    April 21, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Paris, TN.

    April 22, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Knoxville, TN.

    April 23, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at the Ichthus Festival in Wilmore, KY.

    April 25, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Columbus, Ohio with Randy Stonehill.

    April 26, 1982

    Daniel Amos Jackson MI 1982
  • Daniel Amos performs at the Michigan Theater in Jackson, MI with Randy Stonehill.

    April 27, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Detroit, MI. with Randy Stonehill.

    April 28, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Grand Rapids, MI.

    April 30, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in St. Louis, MO. The show is recorded by Bruce Brown and later edited and released as Live Bootleg '82.
    Set List: I Love You #19, I'm On Your Team, Faces to the Window, Mall (All Over the World), Everyone's Fallen Down, Baby Game, Love Has Open Arms, Surf Suite: Surfin USA, Wipe Out, (Near Sighted Girl with Approaching) Tidal Wave, Endless Summer, Alarma!, Hit Them (With Love), Hound of Heaven, Through the Speakers, Ghost of the Heart, Big Time (Big Deal), I Didn't Build it For Me, New Car!, Walls of Doubt, I Love You #19 (Reprise)

    May 1, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at the Will Rogers High School Theater in Tulsa, OK. Fireworks opened the show.

    May 14, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Downey, CA.

    June 1982

  • Sonlyght interviews Terry Taylor.
    "An Interview with Terry Daniel Amos Taylor"

    June 18, 1982


  • Maranatha! Country Roundup is released on Maranatha! Music. Aside from featuring numerous previously released tracks by Daniel Amos, this is the first appearance of the track "Happily Married Man," which was recorded by Daniel Amos back in September of 1977. On this collection, the track is credited to Cowboy Billy McBride and the Ghost Writers.
    Album Info & Lyrics

    July 2, 1982


    Daniel Amos ¡Alarma! Poster
  • Daniel Amos performs at the Kiva Auditorium in Albuquerque, NM. David Edwards opened the show.

    Mid 1982

  • A Daniel Amos benefit concert takes place at Calvary Chapel in Downey, CA. to replace the band's stolen instruments. Performers included Tom Howard, Mark Heard and Randy Stonehill. (Mark Heard's performance was released many years later on the CD, Mystery Mind.)

    July 24, 1982


  • Daniel Amos performs at the East Clairemont Baptist Church in San Diego, CA. (Above ad published in the San Diego Union, July 24, 1982)


    August 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Pleasanton, CA. with the 77s.

    August 9, 1982

  • John Mehler's Bow & Arrow is released on Maranatha! Music. Rob Watson plays keyboards on the album.

    August 17, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at the Skate House in Industry, CA.

    August 26, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at the Skate House in Anaheim, CA.

    September 10, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at the Downey Civic Center in Downey, CA.

    September 11, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA.

    September 17, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at the Los Caballeros Sports Club in Santa Ana, CA with Darrell Mansfield.

    September 18, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, MN.

    September 24, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at La Verne College in La Verne, CA.

    October 15, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, CA.

    October 26, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at Skate Country in ???????, CA.

    November 4, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at Skate Station in ???????, CA.

    November 8, 1982

  • Paul Clark's Drawn to the Light is released on Myrrh Records. Future DA keyboardist Rob Watson played synthesizer on the album.

    November 10, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in San Francisco, CA at the Boarding House.

    November 12, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Edina, MN.
    At one point during the show, someone yells out "Happily Married Man", to which Terry replies "We don't do that - that's a different band." Not too much time passes until another audience member yells out an unrecognizable country request and Terry answers by saying "We burned those hats a long time ago..."
    Set List: Who Is It? (Talking Heads), I Love You #19, I'm On Your Team, Mall (All Over the World), Ghost of the Heart, Baby Game, Faces to the Window, Hit THem (with Love), Through the Speakers, Surf Suite: Surfin USA, Wipe Out, (Near Sighted Girl with Approaching) Tidal Wave, Endless Summer, Hound of Heaven, Colored By, I Didn't Build it for Me, New Car!, I Love You #19 (Reprise), Alarma!, Walls of Doubt

    November 13, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at the Rainbow Music Hall in Denver, CO with Tom Howard opening.
    Set List: I Love You #19, I'm On Your Team, Faces To The Window, Mall All Over The World, Ghost Of The Heart, Baby Game, Big Time Big Deal, Surf Suite: (near-sighted girl with approaching) Tidal Wave, Endless Summer, Hit Them, Hound Of Heaven, Colored By, I Didn't Build It For Me, A New Car!, I Love You #19 (reprise), Alarma!, Walls Of Doubt

    November 19, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Rockford, IL.

    December 2, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs at Skate Station in ???????, CA.

    December 3, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Toronto, Ontario Canada.

    December 4, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Willowdale, Ontario Canada.

    December 18, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs Calvary Chapel in Downey, CA.

    December 31, 1982

  • Daniel Amos performs in Ventura, CA. with Randy Stonehill.



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