Animals and Friends Setlist

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Animals and Friends Setlist and Tour Itinerary.  A hand written Animals and Friends Setlist on the reverse of an A4 Animals and Friends tour itinerary. Obtained from Mick Gallagher at The Half Moon, Putney, London on October 13 2016.

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Animals and Friends Setlist and Tour Itinerary.  A hand written Animals and Friends Setlist on the reverse of an A4 Animals and Friends tour itinerary. Obtained from Mick Gallagher at The Half Moon, Putney, London on October 13 2016.

During the 1990’s and 2000’s there have been several groups calling themselves The Animals in part:

In 1993 Hilton Valentine formed the Animals II and was joined by John Steel in 1994 and Dave Rowberry in 1999. Other members of this version of the band include Steve Hutchinson, Steve Dawson and Martin Bland. From 1999 until Valentine’s departure in 2001 the band toured as the Animals. This version featured Tony Liddle on lead vocal, Valentine, Steel, Rowberry, Jim Rodford on bass and Steve Farrell on backing vocals and hand percussion.

After Valentine left these Animals in 2001, Steel and Rowberry continued on as Animals and Friends with Peter Barton, Jim Rodford and John E. Williamson.

When Rowberry died in 2003, he was replaced by Mick Gallagher (who had briefly replaced Alan Price in 1965). Danny Handley joined the band in 2009 initially as lead guitarist but replaced Peter Barton on lead vocals when Barton retired in 2012. It was at this time that Scott Whitley had a brief tenure in the band before New Yorker Roberto ‘Bobby’ Ruiz took over the bass guitar role.

This successful line-up continues to tour the world. Undertaking extensive tours with special guests such as Steve Cropper and Spencer Davis among others.

Animals and Friends Setlist and Tour Itinerary.  A hand written Animals and Friends Setlist on the reverse of an A4 Animals and Friends tour itinerary. Obtained from Mick Gallagher at The Half Moon, Putney, London on October 13 2016.

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