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Harry signs with Boardwalk Records after 10 albums with Elektra and releases Sequel, which will be his last album. The ABC made-for-TV movie Mother and Daughter: The Loving War premieres with songs and musical score by Harry and Sandy.
Day by Day
- 13 - Harry and the band performed at the Performing Arts Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
- 14 - Harry performed a solo benefit concert at the Carlton West in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
- 15 - Harry and the band performed a concert at the Civic Auditorium in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
- 16 - Harry and the band performed a concert in Chicago at the Grenada Theater.
- 17 - Harry and the band performed a concert in Lansing, Michigan at the Civic Auditorium.
- 19 - Harry performed a solo benefit concert in York, Pennsylvania at York College.
- 21 - Harry performed a solo concert at the 1980 Olympic Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, New York In Sports Illustrated E. M Swift noted that gold medal speed skater Eric Heiden's favorite experiences were the "Harry Chapin concert at the Olympic Village and his two pieces of raisin bread each morning"
- 15 - Harry Chapin performed at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
- 21 - Harry performs with Arlo Guthrie at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles in the first performance of a two night engagement.
- 22 - Harry performs with Arlo Guthrie at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles in the second performance of a two night engagement.
- 26 - Embassy Theater in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. After the concert Harry and Steve were stopped for speeding and played an impromptu version of Cat's in the Cradle for the officer. 
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Susan Gensel, ed. (1980) CHAPINFO Huntington, New York: CHAPINfo, Inc. p. 3
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Howard Fields "Chronological List" Harry Chapin: The Howard Fields Years. Retrieved 2012-02-12
- ↑ "Harry Chapin at Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditoriums, Calgary" Classic Rock Concerts. Retrieved 2011-3-20
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 "Greek Theater 1976 - 1984" The Go Go's Notebook blog. Retrieved 2011-3-19
- ↑ Bill Heffner "From The Abundance Of The Heart, The Mouth Speaks!" Harry's Friends. Retrieved 2011-3-19