1982

November

In Cahoots is formed by Phil Miller with Pip Pyle, Richard Sinclair and Elton Dean
[09] London, Bull & Gate [PM Quartet]

December

[14] London, Bull & Gate [PM Quartet]

1983

January

[20] London (rehearsal) [In Cahoots]
[25] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]
[26] London, Merlin's Cave [In Cahoots] (cancelled)

February

[23] London, Merlin's Cave [In Cahoots]
[24] London, Cricketers [In Cahoots]

March

Peter Lemer joins
[22] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]

April

[01] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]

June

[07] London (rehearsal) [In Cahoots]
[08] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]
[15] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]
[20] London, Cricketers [In Cahoots]

July

[07] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]
[18] London, Cricketers [In Cahoots]
[20] London, Merlin's Cave [In Cahoots]
[21] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]

August

[03] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]
[17] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]
[23] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]
[30-31] Edinburgh, Queen's Hall (Edinburgh Festival) [National Health]

September

[15] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]
[22] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]
Setlist: "Above & Below", "Second Sight", "Nowadays A Silhouette", "Eastern Region", "Hard Shoulder", "Calyx", "Your Root 2"

October

[02] London, 500 Club [In Cahoots]
[13] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]
[17] London, BBC Studios (Jazz Today) (broadcast Nov 14) [In Cahoots]
[20] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]

November

[14] London, BBC Radio Studios (BBC3 Jazz Today) (broadcast date) ("Above And Below") [In Cahoots]
[16] London, Bull & Gate (with Steve Cook on bass) [In Cahoots]

December

[08] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]
[21] London, Merlin's Cave [In Cahoots]
[29] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]

1984

January

[09] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]
[25] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]

February

[13] London, BBC Radio Studios (BBC3 Jazz Today) (broadcast date) ("Second Sight", "Your Root 2") [In Cahoots]
[15] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]

March

[07] Nottingham, Old Vic [In Cahoots]
[11] London, King's Head [In Cahoots]

April

European tour [In Cahoots]
Typical setlist: "Your Root 2", "Second Sight", "Nowadays A Silhouette", "Above And Below", "Kandoo", "Speaking To Lydia", "Hard Shoulder", "Eastern Region", "Final Call"
[27-28] Lillers (France), Scandinavy Express [In Cahoots]
[29] Paris (France), Le Dunois [In Cahoots] [guest: Didier Malherbe]

May

[02] Lille (France), Université Villeneuve [In Cahoots]
[03] Vlaardingen (Netherlands), Pee Wee [In Cahoots]
[04] Amsterdam (Netherlands), Melkweg [In Cahoots]
[05] Rotterdam (Netherlands), Arena [In Cahoots]
[06] Rotterdam (Netherlands), Dizzy [In Cahoots]
[07] Enschede (Netherlands), De Tor [In Cahoots]
[08] Utrecht (Netherlands), De Vrije Vloer [AVRO radio broadcast] [In Cahoots]
[09] Delft (Netherlands), Eland [In Cahoots]
[10] Oosterhout (Netherlands), Akwadoe [In Cahoots]
[11] Rotterdam (Netherlands), De Doelen [kleine zaal] (afternoon) [In Cahoots]
[11] Rotterdam (Netherlands), Café de B (evening) [In Cahoots]
[12] Vlissingen (Netherlands), De Piek [In Cahoots]
[13] Pijnakker (Netherlands), De Trucker [In Cahoots]
Setlist: "Kandoo", "Hard Shoulder", Improvisation, "Nowadays A Silhouette", "Final Call" // "Calyx", "Eastern Region"

August

Richard Sinclair leaves and is replaced by Chucho Merchan (ex-Nucleus), at that time concurrently leading his own band, Macondo
[21-22] Peter Lemer's house [InCa rehearsal with Chucho Merchan] [In Cahoots]

1985

March

Hugh Hopper joins In Cahoots as bassist shortly before the band's second European tour
[11-13] London [rehearsals] [In Cahoots]
Setlist for this tour includes "Above And Below", "Your Root 2", "Eastern Region" and "Kandoo" plus new additions: "Green & Purple Spots", "Figures Of Speech", "Bring It To Me" (P.Lemer) and "Reflexes In The Margin" (A.Gowen)
[18] London, Bull & Gate [In Cahoots]
[21] Harwich [In Cahoots]
[22] Amsterdam (Netherlands), Melkweg [In Cahoots]
[23] Dortmund (Germany) [In Cahoots]
[24] Oosterhout (Netherlands), Akwadoe [In Cahoots]
[25] Eindhoven (Netherlands), Wilhelmina [In Cahoots]
[26] Appeldoorn (Netherlands) [In Cahoots]
[27] Zoetemeer (Netherlands) [In Cahoots]
[29] Rotterdam (Netherlands) [In Cahoots]
[30-31] Paris (France), Dunois [In Cahoots]

May

[15] Rotterdam (Netherlands), Utopia [Oddjob]
[16] Wassenaar (Netherlands) [Oddjob]
[18] Delft (Netherlands), Eland [Oddjob]
[25] Vlissingen (Netherlands), De Piek [Oddjob]

October

[01-03] London, Phil Miller's (rehearsals) [In Cahoots]
[04-05] Paris (France), Dunois [In Cahoots]
[06] Noyelles-sur-Lens [nr Béthune] (France) [also: Agence Tass, Anaïd] [In Cahoots]
[07] Bruxelles (Belgium) [In Cahoots]

November

[09-10] London, Phil Miller's (rehearsals) [In Cahoots]
[11] London, BBC Studios [Radio 3 'Jazz Today'] [In Cahoots]
[12-13] Cambridge, Spaceward Studios (recording "Eastern Region" and "Second Sight") [sessions for "Cutting Both Ways"] [In Cahoots]
[14-15] London, Vacant Studios (Thames TV Studios) (recording "Green & Purple Extract / Hic Haec Hoc / A Simple Man" and "Green & Purple") [sessions for "Cutting Both Ways"] [In Cahoots]

December

[28] London, Phil Miller's (rehearsals) [In Cahoots]
[29] London, Bass Clef [In Cahoots]

1986

February

Phil Miller starts working with Dave Stewart on a duo project, recording at Dave's Grove Park Studios
The resulting two tracks ("Hard Shoulder" and "Figures Of Speech") eventually appear on Cutting Both Ways

May

Setlist for this tour: "Above & Below", "Second Sight", "Truly Yours" / "Double Talk", "Eastern Region", "Wanglo Saxon" [H.Hopper], "Janna" [E.Dean], "Kandoo" [P.Lemer], "Green & Purple Spots"
[04] London, Bass Clef [In Cahoots]
[09] Rotterdam (Netherlands), Café de B [In Cahoots]
[10] Uden (Netherlands), De Nieuwe Pul [In Cahoots]
[11] Koog Aan De Zaan (Netherlands) [In Cahoots]
[13] Utrecht (Netherlands), Zeezicht [In Cahoots]
[14] Sliedrecht (Netherlands), Elektra [In Cahoots]
[16] Rotterdam (Netherlands), De Kwel [Random Bob with special guest Phil Miller]
[17] Essen (Germany) [In Cahoots]
[18] Arnhem (Germany), Luxor Theater [In Cahoots]
[20] Bremen (Germany), Bürgerhaus Weserterrassen (Radio Bremen broadcast) [In Cahoots]
[22] Herning (Denmark), Musikhaus [In Cahoots]
[23] Skagen (Denmark) [In Cahoots]
[24] Aarhus (Denmark), Aeskens [In Cahoots]
[27] Gent (Belgium), Damberd [In Cahoots]
[28] Eindhoven (Netherlands), Cafe Berlege [In Cahoots]
[29] Wuppertal (Germany), Cassiopea [In Cahoots]
[30] Liège (Belgium), Cirque Divers [In Cahoots]
[31] Bruxelles (Belgium), Travers [In Cahoots]

June

[03] London, Black Horse [In Cahoots]
[08] Brentwood, Monkeys [In Cahoots]

July

[06] London, Bass Clef [In Cahoots]
[11] Brighton, Jazz Club [In Cahoots]
[15] London, Black Horse [In Cahoots]

1987

June

[25] London, InCa rehearsal [In Cahoots]
[28] London, Bass Clef [In Cahoots]
[30] London, Joe's [In Cahoots]

July

[03] Hackney, Union Tavern [In Cahoots]
[05] Bracknell, Jazz Festival [In Cahoots]
Peter Lemer leaves In Cahoots

September

Steve Franklin replaces Peter Lemer
[25-28] London (rehearsals) [In Cahoots]
[29] Greenwich [London], William IV [In Cahoots]
[30] Putney [London], Half Moon [In Cahoots]

November

In Cahoots embark on a Jazz Services sponsored UK tour (Nov 9-15)
[04-06] London, rehearsals [In Cahoots]
Setlist for this tour: "Green & Purple Intro / Hic Haec Hoc / A Simple Man", "Small Creatures" [S.Franklin], "Wanglo-Saxon" [H.Hopper], "Above And Below", "And Thus Far", "Small Strides" [E.Dean], "Second Sight", "Truly Yours", "Green & Purple"
[09] London, 100 Club [In Cahoots]
[10] Newcastle [In Cahoots]
[11] Southport [In Cahoots]
[12] Manchester, Band On The Wall [In Cahoots]
[13] Oxford, Old Fire Station [In Cahoots]
[14] York, Arts Centre [In Cahoots]
[15] Derby, Brownes [In Cahoots]
[16] London, BBC Maida Vale 5 Studio (Radio 3 'Jazz Today' session) - "And Thus Far", "Eastern Region" and "Truly Yours" performed (broadcast Dec 14) [In Cahoots]
[19] Bruxelles (Belgium), Travers [In Cahoots]
[20] Dortmund (Germany), Che Coo Lala [In Cahoots]
[21] Bochum (Germany) [In Cahoots]
[22] Hagen (Germany) [In Cahoots]
[26] Linz (Austria), Posthof [In Cahoots]
[27] Vienna (Austria), Szene [In Cahoots]
[28] Immenstadt (Austria), Rainbow [In Cahoots]
[29] Stuttgart (Germany) [In Cahoots]

December

[01] Nijmegen (Netherlands), 042 [In Cahoots]
[02] Uden (Netherlands) [In Cahoots]
[03] Sliedrecht (Netherlands), Elektra [In Cahoots]
[04] Compiègne (France) [In Cahoots]
[05] Lille (France), Majt [In Cahoots]

1988

January

[10] Brentwood, Monkeys [guest: Mark Hewins] [In Cahoots]
[17] London, Bass Clef [last InCa gig with Hugh Hopper] [In Cahoots]

July

In Cahoots are joined by a new bass guitarist, Fred Thelonious Baker, who has previously worked with the Ric Sanders-John Etheridge Group, Harry Beckett's group, the Elton Dean-John Etheridge Quartet, in addition to leading his own group
[01] London, Tom Allen Centre (East End) [In Cahoots]
[03] London, Bass Clef [In Cahoots]
[04] London, BBC Maida Vale 3 Studio [radio broadcast] [In Cahoots]
[06-07] Woodcray Studios [sessions for "Split Seconds"] [In Cahoots]

September

Recordings begin for the two collaborative Miller/Stewart tracks

October

[31] London (rehearsal) [In Cahoots]

November

[01] Cardiff, Four Bars Inn [In Cahoots]
[02] Nottingham, Old Vic [In Cahoots]
[04] Richmond [In Cahoots]
[06] London, Bass Clef [In Cahoots]

December

[08] Colchester [In Cahoots]
[09] Cambridge, Flambards [In Cahoots]
[13] Bracknell, South Hill Park [In Cahoots]

1989

October

Setlist for this tour: "Second Sight", "Truly Yours", "And Thus Far", plus new additions: "For The Moment", "Red Shift", "All Is Not Lost" [S.Franklin] and "Amba" [E.Dean]
[05-08] London (rehearsals) [In Cahoots]
[12] Bruxelles (Belgium), Travers [In Cahoots]
[13] Dortmund (Germany), Chekulada Club [In Cahoots]
[14] Uden (Netherlands), De Nieuwe Pul [In Cahoots]
[15] Rotterdam (Netherlands) [lunchtime gig] [In Cahoots]
[15] Rotterdam (Netherlands), Dizzy [evening gig] [In Cahoots]
[16] Eindhoven (Netherlands), Café Berlege [In Cahoots]
[18] Utrecht (Netherlands), Zeesicht [In Cahoots]
[19] Nijmegen (Netherlands), 0-42 [In Cahoots]
Broadcast by VPRO Radio, the version of "For The Moment" is later released on Live 1986-1989.
[20] Tilburg (Netherlands), Paradox Club [In Cahoots]
[25] London, Bass Clef [In Cahoots]
Versions of "All Is Not Lost" and "Red Shift" from the above concert are later released on Live 1986-1989.
[29] Brentwood [In Cahoots] (cancelled?)
[31] Southampton, University [In Cahoots]

November

[03] Colchester, Arts Centre [In Cahoots]
[07] Bracknell [In Cahoots]
Steve Franklin leaves In Cahoots

1990

March

Hatfield and the North briefly reform (Phil Miller, Pip Pyle, Richard Sinclair and Sophia Domancich)
[23-29] London, rehearsals [Hatfield and the North]
[29] Nottingham, Central TV studios (run-through) [Hatfield and the North]
[30] Nottingham, Central TV studios [Hatfield and the North]

May

In Cahoots embark on an Italian tour, now a quartet dispensing with keyboards [Dean-Miller-Baker-Pyle]
[18-21] London, rehearsals [In Cahoots]
Setlist for this tour: "Green & Purple Intro / Hic Haec Hoc / A Simple Man", "Second Sight", "No Holds Barred", "Above And Below", "Unda" [E.Dean], "Truly Yours", "And Thus Far", "Your Root 2"
[23] Vicenza or Schio [nr Venice] (Italy) [In Cahoots]
[24] Verona (Italy) [In Cahoots]
[25] Bergamo [nr Milan] (Italy) [In Cahoots]
[26] Pavio (Italy) [In Cahoots]
[27] La Spezia (Italy) [In Cahoots]

1991

April

[10] London, Vortex Club [Miller-Baker duo, debut performance]
Jim Dvorak joins In Cahoots on trumpet
Setlist for next concerts includes "No Holds Barred", "Bass Motives", "And Thus Far", "Truly Yours", "Above And Below"
[25] Cardiff [In Cahoots]
[26] London, Vortex Jazz Bar [In Cahoots]

May

Hugh Hopper forms Hugh Hopper & Special Friends, later to become Short Wave, with a line-up of himself, Didier Malherbe, Phil Miller and Pip Pyle
[09] Colchester [In Cahoots]
[10] Newbury [In Cahoots]
[12] Le Mans (France), Europa Jazz Festival [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends - debut]
[16] Mansfield, Arts Centre [In Cahoots]
[24] Frankfurt (Germany), Brewery [In Cahoots]
[25] Immenstadt (Germany), Rainbow [In Cahoots]
[27] Padova (Italy), El Banal [In Cahoots]
[30] Florence (Italy), Flog [In Cahoots]
[31] Genova (Italy), Senhor de Bonfim [In Cahoots]

June

[01] Pavia (Italy), Spazio Musica [In Cahoots]
[06] Manchester, Band On The Wall [In Cahoots]
[07] Stockton Heath [nr Warrington] [In Cahoots]
[08] Birmingham, Cannonball [In Cahoots]
Setlist: "Green And Purple" / "Hic-Haec-Hoc", "Second Sight", "No Holds Barred", "Eastern Region", "Calyx", "For The Moment", "And Thus Far"

July

Phil Miller puts the finishing touches to his solo album "Digging In"

September

"Live 1986-89" is released on Mantra (France)
"Digging In" is released on Cuneiform (USA)

October

[21] "Cutting Both Ways" and "Live 1986-89" are released by Virgin Japan
[23] London, rehearsal [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]

November

[04] Paris, rehearsal [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[06] Paris (France), New Morning [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[08] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[09] Clamecy (France) [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[21] "Split Seconds" and "Digging In" are released by Virgin Japan

December

In Cahoots embark on a Japanese tour, with Peter Lemer temporarily back on keyboards
[03-??] London, rehearsals [In Cahoots]
[15] Tokyo (Japan), Shibaura Sound Studio [rehearsal] [In Cahoots]
[17] Osaka (Japan), Shinsaibashi Club Quattro [In Cahoots]
[19] Tokyo (Japan), Club Quattro [support: Kenso] [In Cahoots]
[20] Tokyo (Japan), Club Quattro [In Cahoots]
[21] Rappongi (Japan), Pit Inn [Miller-Baker duo]

1992

January

[12] Brentwood, Monkeys [also: John Etheridge Quartet] [In Cahoots]

April

[17] London, Jazz Rumours [S.Miller-L.Coxhill-P.Miller]

July

Phil Miller and Fred T. Baker record their duo album "Double Up" at Crescent Studios, London

September

"Double Up" is released on Crescent Discs
[--] Leiden (Holland), De Brucht [Miller-Baker duo]
[--] Breda (Holland), Theater De Boulevard [Miller-Baker duo]
[--] Maasluiss (Holland), Theater De Schuurkerk [Miller-Baker duo]
[--] Hoorn (Holland), Stedelijk Café [Miller-Baker duo]
[--] Rotterdam (Holland), Tejatro Popular [Miller-Baker duo]
[18] London, Rumours Pub (Jazz Rumours) [S.Miller-L.Coxhill-P.Miller, also: Varian Weston]
[26-28] Chennevières-sur-Marne [nr Paris] (France), Gimini Studio [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[29] Paris (France), New Morning [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[30] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]

October

[01] Marseille (France), Métronome [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[02] La Garde-Freinet [nr Draguignan] (France), Le Lézard [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[03] Perpignan (France), Théâtre Municipal (Festival de Jazz) [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]
[05] Lille (France), Aéronef [Hugh Hopper & Special Friends]

1993

January

[early] Dates in Russia (St.Petersburg and Moscow) and Lituania, sponsored by the British Council [Miller-Baker duo]

March

Setlist for this tour: "No Holds Barred", "Riffy", "Tide", "The Opener", "Chez Gégé", "Recent Discoveries", "Trick Of The Light", "Breadhead", "Diggin' In", "Green & Purple" (the new pieces are actually untitled as yet)
[07] London, Jazz Café [In Cahoots]
[09] Ulverston [nr Barrow-in-Furness], Sports Club [In Cahoots]
[12-13] Bruxelles (Belgium), Travers [In Cahoots]
[15-17] Chennevières-sur-Marne [nr Paris] (France), Studio Gimini (sessions for "Recent Discoveries") [In Cahoots]
[19] Paris (France), New Morning [In Cahoots]
[27] Rotterdam (Netherlands), De With [In Cahoots]

May

[07] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Short Wave]
[08] Clermont-Ferrand (France), Maison du Peuple [Short Wave]

October

[16] Manchester, The Star and Garter [Miller-Baker duo]

November

[27] Birmingham, Midlands Arts Centre [Short Wave]
[28] London, The Orange [Short Wave]

December

[03] Phil Miller begins recording a cover of Hugh Hopper's "Meccano Pelorus" for the Cuneiform Records compilation Unsettled Scores; it is finished on December 28th
[05] Brentwood, Monkey's [Short Wave]
[06] Canterbury, Simple Simon'sl [Short Wave]
[07] Whitstable, Tankerton Arms [Short Wave]

1994

April

[03] London, The Vortex [Miller-Baker duo]

September

[10] Brentwood, Monkeys Club Festival [Miller-Baker duo]
[12] Canterbury, Penny Theatre [Miller-Baker duo]
[13] Cambridge, The Boat Race [Miller-Baker duo]
[15] Ulverstone [Miller-Baker duo]
[17] Birmingham, Cannonball [Miller-Baker duo]

October

[08-09] London, The Forum [Gong 25] [Shapeshifter Gong feat. P.Pyle, Classic Gong feat. P.Pyle, Short Wave] [also: Tim Blake, Fluvius...]
[31] London, Jazz Café [In Cahoots]

November

[24] Breda (Netherlands), Boulevard [Short Wave + Elton Dean]
[25] Tourcoing (France), Théâtre G.Dael [Short Wave + Elton Dean]
[26] Bruxelles (Belgium), Full Moon [Short Wave]

1995

March

[09] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Short Wave]
[10] Macon (France), Cave à Musique [Short Wave]
[11] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Short Wave]

April

[19] Rotterdam, Theatre Popular [Miller-Baker duo]
[20] Rotterdam, SKVR Academy [Miller-Baker duo]
[21] Bruxelles (Belgium) [Miller-Baker duo]
[22] Amsterdam, Vondelkerk [Miller-Baker duo]
[23] Heemskerk, Cafe Lokaal (and radio appearance) [Miller-Baker duo]
[24] Rotterdam, SKVR Academy [Miller-Baker duo]
[26] Harlingen [Miller-Baker duo]

May

[01] Köln (Germany) [Miller-Baker duo]
[06] Lillers (France), Théâtre de l'Abattoir [Short Wave]
[10] Tours (France), Grange de Mesley [Short Wave]
[26] Uden, De Nieuwe Pul [Miller-Lemer duo]

July

[15] Bresse-sur-Grosne (France), A L'Ouest de la Grosne [Dean-Miller-Hopper-Pyle] [guest: Gaël Horellou]

September

[29] Dunkerque (France) [Miller-Baker-Lemer trio]
[30] Lillers (France), Théâtre de l'Abattoir [Miller-Lemer duo]

November

[05] Harlingen (Netherlands), De Pijpenia [Miller-Baker duo]
[06] Rotterdam (Netherlands), SKVR Academy [Miller-Baker duo]
[08] Liège (Belgium), Lion Samville [Miller-Baker duo]
[09] Uden (Netherlands), De Nieuwe Pul [Miller-Baker duo]
[10] Delft (Netherlands), Cafe Vlaanderen [Miller-Baker duo]
[11] Pijnacker (Netherlands), De Trucker [Miller-Baker duo]
[12] Rotterdam (Netherlands), Dizzy [Miller-Baker duo]

December

In Cahoots resume their activities, with Peter Lemer (keyboards) back in the line-up
[01-02] London (rehearsals) [In Cahoots]
[03] London, Vortex Jazz Bar [In Cahoots]
[04] Canterbury, Penny Theatre [In Cahoots]
[05] Cambridge, Boat Race [In Cahoots]
[06] Ramsgate, Churchill's [In Cahoots]
[08] Old Harlow, St. John's Arts Centre [In Cahoots]

1996

January

[12] Bracknell, Arts Centre [In Cahoots]
[13] Brentwood, Monkeys [In Cahoots]
[14] London, Jazz Café [In Cahoots]
[17] Birmingham, Conservatory [In Cahoots]
[18] Colchester, St. Mary Arts Centre [In Cahoots] (cancelled)
[19] Sheffield, Charmwood Hotel [In Cahoots] (cancelled)
[20] Lichfield, Guidhall [In Cahoots] (cancelled)

February

[14-15] Chennevières-sur-Marne [nr Paris] (France), Gimini Studios (rehearsal) [Short Wave]
[16] Strasbourg (France), Café des Anges [Short Wave]
[17] Sarreguemines (France), Casino [also: Lydia Domancich Quartet] [Short Wave]

May

[22-23] London, rehearsal ("ED Or Ian", "Sitdown", "Billow") [In Cahoots]
[24] Brentwood, Monkeys [In Cahoots]
[25] London, Vortex Jazz Bar [In Cahoots]
[26] London, Hoxton Studios (sessions) ("Parallel", "Half Life") [In Cahoots]
[27] Cambridge, Boatface [In Cahoots]
[29] Colchester, St. Mary Arts Centre [In Cahoots]
[30] London, Hoxton Studios (sessions) ("Billow", "ED Or Ian") [In Cahoots]

June

[01] London, Hoxton Studios (sessions) ("Simmer", "Sitdown") [In Cahoots]

July

[15] London, Hoxton Studios (mixing) ("Billow") [In Cahoots]
[16] London, Hoxton Studios (mixing) ("Parallel") [In Cahoots]
[17] London, Hoxton Studios (mixing) ("ED Or Ian") [In Cahoots]
[18] London, Hoxton Studios (mixing) ("Half Life", "Sitdown") [In Cahoots]

October

"Parallel" is released
[31] London, Astoria [supporting Caravan] [In Cahoots]

1997

September

[24-25] London (rehearsal) [In Cahoots]
[27] Utrecht (Netherlands), Tivoli [supporting Caravan] [In Cahoots]
[28] Groningen (Netherlands), Oosterpoort [supporting Caravan] [IC Quartet + guest: Doug Boyle] [In Cahoots]
Setlist: "Underdub" [guitar trio], "Above And Below" [with Doug Boyle], "ED Or Ian ?", "No Holds Barred", "Half Life" (cut short due to power cut)

December

[02] Birmingham, Conservatory [In Cahoots]
[03] Hull, Dee Street Club [In Cahoots]
[04] Leeds, Irish Centre [In Cahoots]
[05] Old Harlow, St John's Arts Centre [In Cahoots]
[06] Brentwood, Monkeys at the Hermit Club [In Cahoots]
[08] London, Vortex Jazz Bar [In Cahoots]

1998

March

[06] Lillers (France), Théâtre de l'Abattoir [In Cahoots Quartet]
[07] St.Jean-aux-Bois [nr Compiègne] (France), Les Naïades [In Cahoots Quartet]
Setlist: "No Holds Barred", "Billow", "ED Or Ian ?", "Big Dick" [P.Lemer], "Above And Below" // "Half Life", "Parallel", "On The Up Side Of Things" [F.Baker], "Diggin' In", "Your Root 2" // "Green & Purple"
[10] Marseille (France), Café Julien [In Cahoots Quartet]
[11] Montreuil (France), Instants Chavirés [In Cahoots Quartet] [guest: Patrice Meyer]
Setlist: "No Holds Barred", "Above And Below", "ED Or Ian ?", "Big Dick", "Billow" // "Half Life", "Parallel", "On The Up Side Of Things", "Diggin' In", "Your Root 2" // "Green And Purple"

June

[28] London, Vortex Jazz Bar [Steve Miller Benefit: Phil Miller, Pip Pyle, Fred Baker, Elton Dean, Steve Miller, Lol Coxhill, Eddie Prévost, Carol Grimes, Mark Hewins & Mark Sanders]

October

[01] London, Vortex Jazz Bar [Miller-Lemer duo] [guest: Doug Boyle]
[13] Rotterdam (Holland), Woody's [Miller-Baker duo]
[14] Rotterdam (Holland), Dizzy [Miller-Baker-Lemer trio]
[15] Rotterdam (Holland), Dizzy [In Cahoots]
[16] Argenteuil (France), La Cave Dimière [In Cahoots]
Setlist: "No Holds Barred", "Big Dick", "ED Or Ian", "Half Life" // "Above & Below", "Billow", "Digging In" // "Parallel"
[17] Villebon-sur-Yvette (France), MJC Bobby Lapointe [guest: Patrice Meyer] [In Cahoots]
[18] Liège (Belgium), Cirque Divers [In Cahoots Quartet]
Setlist: " No Holds Barred", "Parallel", "Half Life", "Digging In" // "Above And Below", "Big Dick", "ED Or Ian", "Your Root 2" // "Eastern Region"
[20] Brussels (Belgium), Travers [In Cahoots Quartet]

1999

January

[07] Rotterdam, VPRO Radio [Miller-Baker duo]

March

[13] Old Harlow, St.John's Arts Centre [Steve Miller Memorial concert] [Phil Miller, Mark Hewins, Lol Coxhill...]

October

[02] London, Vortex Jazz Bar [P.Miller/M.Hewins/C.Grimes]

2000

January

Recording sessions for "Out Of The Blue" begin

March

Recording sessions for "Out Of The Blue" end

2001

January

"Out Of The Blue" is released

June

For these two French dates, InCa consists of Phil Miller, Fred Baker and Pip Pyle plus special guest Doug Boyle on guitar
[01] Lillers (France), Théâtre de l'Abattoir [In Cahoots Trio + Doug Boyle]
[02] St.Jean-aux-Bois [nr Compiègne] (France), Les Naïades [In Cahoots Trio + Doug Boyle] [guest: Elton Dean]
Setlist: "Above And Below", "Underdub", "Open Sea", "Eastern Region", "Phrygian Blues" // "Delta Borderline", "ED Or Ian ?", "Half Life", "Parallel", "Your Root 2" // Improv [Encore]

September

In Cahoots embark on a UK tour as a sextet; however after the first couple of dates Jim Dvorak has to leave the tour for family reasons, and the band plays the remaining dates as a quintet
[25] Newcastle, The Cluny [In Cahoots]
[27] Nottingham, The Bonnington Centre [In Cahoots]
[28] Hull, Adelphi Theatre [In Cahoots]
[30] Colchester, St Mary's Art Centre [In Cahoots]

October

[03] Leeds, The Wardrobe [In Cahoots]
[04] Birmingham, Jazz and Spice [In Cahoots]
[06] Old Harlow, St John's ARC Market Street [In Cahoots]
[08] London, Vortex Jazz Bar [In Cahoots]

November

In Cahoots do a second series of UK dates, with Jim Dvorak back
[28] Manchester, Life Café [cancelled] [In Cahoots]
[29] Birmingham, Conservatoire of Music [In Cahoots]
[30] Hull, New Adelphi [In Cahoots]

December

[01] London, Ryan's Bar [In Cahoots]
[08/09] Tokyo (Japan), TLG Club ("Mediage" Cinema, Odaiba) [In Cahoots]
Setlist: "Green & Purple Intro / Hic Haec Hoc / A Simple Man", "Open Sea", "Phrygian Intro / Phrygian Blues", "Delta Borderline" // "Arriving Twice", "Above And Below", "Early Days", "ED Or Ian ?", "Your Root 2", "Half Life"

2002

January

[07] London, Jazz Café [In Cahoots]
Pip Pyle leaves In Cahoots, going on to form his own band Bash, with Fred Baker on bass, Patrice Meyer on guitar and Alex Maguire on keyboards

August

Mark Fletcher joins on drums
[16-17] Seattle (WA), rehearsals [In Cahoots]
[16] Seattle (WA), Moore Theatre (Progman Cometh Festival) [Pip Pyle's Bash; also: Glass, Hughscore]
[17] Seattle (WA), Moore Theatre (Progman Cometh Festival) [P.Miller sits in during R.Sinclair concert]
[18] Seattle (WA), Moore Theatre (Progman Cometh Festival) [In Cahoots; also: Daevid Allen's University Of Errors with special guest Kevin Ayers]
Setlist: "Green & Purple Extract" / "Hic Haec Hoc" / "A Simple Man", "Delta Borderline", "Arriving Twice" / "Above And Below", "Second Sight", "ED Or Ian ?", "Your Root 2"

2003

January

London, Eastcote Studios (sessions for "All That")

April

[22] London, Vortex Jazz Bar [In Cahoots]

June

[04] Les Lilas [nr Paris] (France), Le Triton (Festival Les Tritonales) [In Cahoots]
Setlist: "Black Cat", "Sleight Of Hand", "ED Or Ian", "Upside", "Big Dick" // "Arriving Twice", "Second Sight", "Inca", "Out There", "Phrygian Intro" / "Phrygian Blues", "Your Root 2" // "A Simple Man"
[06] Les Lilas [nr Paris] (France), Le Triton (Festival Les Tritonales) [Pip Pyle's Bash]

August

[02] Seattle (WA), Moore Theatre (Progman Cometh Festival)
In Cahoots members Phil Miller, Fred Baker and Elton Dean participate in an all-star performance under the collective name of Two Monkey Finger
Setlist includes: "Underdub", "God Song" and "Eastern Region" by a trio of Phil Miller, Fred Baker and Richard Sinclair; Phil, Elton and Fred playing on versions of "Kings And Queens", "Wanglosaxon", "Share It", "Calyx", "First Trane", "John's Fragment" and "Psychic Warrior"; plus solo guitar pieces by Fred, etc.

[03] Seattle (WA), Moore Theatre (Progman Cometh Festival)
Phil Miller and Fred Baker perform duo versions of "Out There" and "Upside"; then join Hugh Hopper, Jerry Cook and others for versions of "Baker's Treat" and a medley of "Facelift", "Nan True's Hole" and "Green And Purple"

September

"All That" is released on Cuneiform Records

October

[23] London, Vortex Jazz Bar [In Cahoots]
Setlist: "Black Cat", "Delta Borderline", "Inca", "ED Or Ian ?", "Big Dick" // "Arriving Twice", "Upside", "Sleight Of Hand", "Out There", "Your Root 2"
[31] Litchfield, Arts Centre [In Cahoots]

November

[12] Hastings, Street Jazz at the Brass Monkey [In Cahoots]
[15] London, Astoria (Progeny Festival) [In Cahoots - with Liam Genockey on drums & Mark Fletcher on percussion] [also: Richard Sinclair & Theo Travis, Kevin Ayers & Band, Magenta, Pallas, IQ]
Setlist: "Inca", "Delta Borderline", "Out There", "Your Root 2" (also guest with Richard Sinclair on "Share It")

2004

April

[01] London, Vortex Jazz Bar [In Cahoots]
[17] London, Borderline [PM guest with Richard Sinclair, also Theo Travis, Andy Ward, Mark Hewins & Alex Maguire]
[24-25] Gouveia (Portugal), Teatro Cinea (Art Rock Festival) [PM guest with Richard Sinclair, also Theo Travis & Andy Ward]

2005

January

Hatfield and the North reform with a line-up of Phil Miller, Richard Sinclair and Pip Pyle, with Alex Maguire on keyboards
[25] London, The Premises [first rehearsal] [Hatfield And The North]
[29] Whitstable, Horsebridge Arts Centre [RS Band feat. PM, Alex Maguire, Theo Travis & Roy Dodds, guest Pip Pyle]
[30] Whitstable, Horsebridge Arts Centre [RS/T.Coe/D.Rees-Williams + PM]

March

Debut performance of new In Cahoots line-up; Elton Dean and Jim Dvorak have left; Simon Finch (trumpet) has joined, and Theo Travis (tenor sax & flute) reinforces the band on this occasion
[18] London, Mean Fiddler [In Cahoots & Hatfield And The North, also guest with RS Band]

June

[08] Fasano (Italy) (Fasano Jazz Festival) [Hatfield And The North, guest: Theo Travis]
[15] Les Lilas [nr Paris] (France), Le Triton (Tritonales festival) [Hatfield And The North]
[16] Verviers (Belgium), Spirit Of '66 [Hatfield And The North]
[17] Zaandam (Netherlands), De Kade [Hatfield And The North]

July

Simon Picard (sax) completes the new In Cahoots line-up
[27] London, New Vortex [In Cahoots]

September

[23] Bilston, Robin 2 [Hatfield And The North]

October

[01-02] Tokyo (Japan), Club Citta [Hatfield And The North]
[10] Wavendon [Milton Keynes], The Stables [Hatfield And The North]
[12] Southampton, The Brook [Hatfield And The North]
[15] London, The Borderline [Hatfield And The North]
[19] Glasgow, Renfrewshire Ferry [Hatfield And The North]
[21] Swindon Arts Centre [Hatfield And The North]

2006

March

[11] Mexicali (Mexico), Teatro Del Estado (Baja Prog Festival) [also: Mirthrandir, Marillion Acoustic Trio, SBB] [Hatfield and the North]
[24] Rome (Italy), Stazione Bira [Hatfield and the North]

April

[07] Mestre (Italy), Hotel Bologna [Hatfield and the North]
[08] Gorizia (Italy), Auditorium [Hatfield and the North]

May

[11] Deal, Astor Theatre [Hatfield and the North]
[13] London, Borderline [Hatfield and the North]

June

[23] Bethlehem, PA (USA), Zoellner Arts Center (NEARfest) [Hatfield and the North]
[25] New York City, NY (USA), Bowery Poetry Club [Hatfield and the North]

July

[22] (Germany), Burg-Herzberg Festival [Hatfield and the North]

August

[26] Groningen (Netherlands), Feerwerd (Zomer Jazz Fiets Tour) [Hatfield and the North]
[28] Pip Pyle dies in Paris

September

Mark Fletcher replaces Pip Pyle for upcoming Hatfield gigs
[15] Montréal, QC (Canada), Gesu Centre de Créativité (Festival des Musiques Progressives) [Hatfield and the North]

October

[20] Canterbury, Marlowe Theatre (Canterbury Festival) [also: Caravan, Brainville 3] [Hatfield and the North]
In Cahoots (augmented by Gail Brand on trombone) play a short set at this Elton Dean memorial gig; also including a brief "Hatfield" set by Phil Miller, Alex Maguire, Fred Baker and Mark Fletcher performing Pip Pyle compositions ("The Yes-No Interlude" and "Seven Sisters")
[29] London, New Vortex [In Cahoots]

December

[08-09] Tokyo (Japan), Shinjuku Pit Inn [In Cahoots] [support: Miller-Baker Duo]

2007

May

[05] Cluny (France), Théâtre Municipal (Hommage à Jacky Barbier) ["Canterbury Legends (In Their Own Lunchtime)": Hugh Hopper, Didier Malherbe, Phil Miller, Patrice Meyer, Alex Maguire, Manuel Denizet]

August

[25] Groningen (Netherlands), Feerwerd (Zomer Jazz Fiets Tour) [Miller-Baker Duo]

September

[15] Brentwood, Hermit Club [Miller-Baker Duo]

October

[04] Kendal, Brewery Arts Centre [In Cahoots]
Line-up: Phil Miller, Pete Lemer, Fred Baker, Mark Fletcher, Simon Picard, Gail Brand

2008

March

[01] Lincoln, Terry O'Toole Theatre [Miller-Baker Duo]
[29] Venice-Mestre (Italy), Hotel Bologna (Musica Continua) [Miller-Baker Duo + guest Simon Picard]

May

[24] Bourgoin-Jallieu [nr Lyon] (France), SMAC Les Abattoirs ["Canterbury Legends (In Their Own Lunchtime)": Hugh Hopper, Didier Malherbe, Phil Miller, Patrice Meyer, Alex Maguire, Manuel Denizet] [also: Kew.Rhône]

June

Line-up for the concerts below was Phil Miller, Pete Lemer, Fred Baker, Mark Fletcher and Simon Picard plus Gail Brand (trombone)
[01] Colchester, Arts Centre [In Cahoots] (Marc Parnell on drums for this date only)
[03] Verviers (Belgium), Spirit of '66 [In Cahoots]
[04] Les Lilas [nr Paris] (France), Le Triton (Festival Les Tritonales) [In Cahoots]
Setlist: "Green & Purple Intro" / "Hic Haec Hoc" / "A Simple Man", "Big Dick" [Lemer], "ED Or Ian", "Delta Borderline" // "Above and Below", "Conspiracy Theories", "Flashpoint", "Parallel", "Your Root 2" // "Second Sight"
[10] London, Vortex Jazz Bar [In Cahoots]

2009

November

Line-up for this series of gigs & recording sessions was Miller, Lemer, Baker, Fletcher plus newcomers Paul Booth (tenor & soprano sax) and Mark Armstrong (trumpet & flugelhorn)
[10] London, Vortex Jazz Bar
Setlist: "Conspiracy Theories", "Flashpoint", "Focus Pocus" [P.Lemer], "ED Or Ian", "Your Root 2" // "Parallel", "Contrary Motion", "Backlock" [P.Lemer], "Green & Purple Intro" / "Hic Haec Hoc" / "A Simple Man", "Second Sight"
[11] Colchester, Colchester Institute - Swinburne Hall
[13] London, Eastcote Studios (sessions for Mind Over Matter)
[29] London, Eastcote Studios (sessions for Mind Over Matter)

2010

January

[25] London, Eastcote Studios (sessions for Mind Over Matter)

June

[11] Rotterdam (Netherlands), Prachtig [PM guests on "BB Sings" with The Relatives]
The version of "BB Sings" with Phil Miller guesting is included as bonus track on The Relatives' Live In Rotterdam CD, released 2011.