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Detroit MI GRANDE BALLROOM ERA Original Concert Poster ROCK & ROLL PICNIC

Detroit MI GRANDE BALLROOM ERA Original Concert Poster ROCK & ROLL PICNIC
Detroit MI GRANDE BALLROOM ERA Original Concert Poster ROCK & ROLL PICNIC
Detroit MI GRANDE BALLROOM ERA Original Concert Poster ROCK & ROLL PICNIC
Detroit MI GRANDE BALLROOM ERA Original Concert Poster ROCK & ROLL PICNIC
Detroit MI GRANDE BALLROOM ERA Original Concert Poster ROCK & ROLL PICNIC
Detroit MI GRANDE BALLROOM ERA Original Concert Poster ROCK & ROLL PICNIC
Detroit MI GRANDE BALLROOM ERA Original Concert Poster ROCK & ROLL PICNIC

Detroit MI GRANDE BALLROOM ERA Original Concert Poster ROCK & ROLL PICNIC
DETROIT AND MICHIGAN VENUE ROCK AND ROLL MUSIC TREASURE! GRANDE BALLROOM, DETROIT TEEN CLUB AND OTHER CONCERT VENUE ERA! MUSIC HISTORY AND HERITAGE! Size: 8-1/2″ X 11″ approx. E do not sell reproductions -period- so you can be assured these are antique or vintage Rock. And Roll history and heritage items! Please Note: All items in GOOD to VERY-GOOD condition!!! Some NEAR-MINT MUSEUM QUALITY!!! HIGH QUALITY scans provided. W e provide high resolution scans and cropped views for your review. To see more UpNorth Memories items! UpNorth Memories Postcards and Paper Collectibles! The UpNorth Memories Guy! Mobile Format Modified: 3-14-19 #upnorthmemories. The item “Detroit MI GRANDE BALLROOM ERA Original Concert Poster ROCK & ROLL PICNIC” is in sale since Sunday, June 9, 2019. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Other Music Memorabilia”. The seller is “upnorthmemories” and is located in Traverse City, Michigan. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, Canada, China, Mexico, Japan, Australia.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • MICHIGAN: MICHIGAN

Detroit MI GRANDE BALLROOM ERA Original Concert Poster ROCK & ROLL PICNIC
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KISS Original Early 70s Unused Concert Promo Poster Tour Blank Paul Stanley ROCK

KISS Original Early 70s Unused Concert Promo Poster Tour Blank Paul Stanley ROCK
KISS Original Early 70s Unused Concert Promo Poster Tour Blank Paul Stanley ROCK
KISS Original Early 70s Unused Concert Promo Poster Tour Blank Paul Stanley ROCK
KISS Original Early 70s Unused Concert Promo Poster Tour Blank Paul Stanley ROCK
KISS Original Early 70s Unused Concert Promo Poster Tour Blank Paul Stanley ROCK
KISS Original Early 70s Unused Concert Promo Poster Tour Blank Paul Stanley ROCK
KISS Original Early 70s Unused Concert Promo Poster Tour Blank Paul Stanley ROCK

KISS Original Early 70s Unused Concert Promo Poster Tour Blank Paul Stanley ROCK
Original Unused Early 1970s Kiss Promotional Boxing Style Concert Poster / Tour Blank. These were made (printed) to put up in record store windows, telephone poles, and anywhere and everywhere (side of buildings, etc) to advertise the upcoming concert / show. These were pre-printed with show, venue and dates but sometimes left blank to be filled in by promoters. This is a fine example of an original Tour Blank as th. Ey are called in the industry. Poster measurements are 14 x 22 inches in very good condition with sig. Ns of aging which include. Waviness from rolling (storage). Ome creasing throughout and age spots. Please see photos for further details of description. Dont miss your chance to own this. The item “KISS Original Early 70s Unused Concert Promo Poster Tour Blank Paul Stanley ROCK” is in sale since Saturday, June 29, 2019. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists K\Kiss\Posters”. The seller is “wine_thirty” and is located in Sylmar, California. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay, Viet nam, Uruguay.
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  • Original/Reproduction: Original

KISS Original Early 70s Unused Concert Promo Poster Tour Blank Paul Stanley ROCK
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Rare Original 1972 Stephen Stills Manassas Concert Poster Vintage 70’s Rock

Rare Original 1972 Stephen Stills Manassas Concert Poster Vintage 70's Rock
Rare Original 1972 Stephen Stills Manassas Concert Poster Vintage 70's Rock
Rare Original 1972 Stephen Stills Manassas Concert Poster Vintage 70's Rock
Rare Original 1972 Stephen Stills Manassas Concert Poster Vintage 70's Rock
Rare Original 1972 Stephen Stills Manassas Concert Poster Vintage 70's Rock
Rare Original 1972 Stephen Stills Manassas Concert Poster Vintage 70's Rock
Rare Original 1972 Stephen Stills Manassas Concert Poster Vintage 70's Rock
Rare Original 1972 Stephen Stills Manassas Concert Poster Vintage 70's Rock
Rare Original 1972 Stephen Stills Manassas Concert Poster Vintage 70's Rock

Rare Original 1972 Stephen Stills Manassas Concert Poster Vintage 70's Rock
Stephen Stills Manassas Original Rock Concert Poster 23.5″ x 33″. September 26, 1972 Frankfurt, Germany Presented by Lippmann & RAV. I could not find any information on the September 26, 1972 European concert tour date online. There are dates and set lists online for other shows of the 72 Manassas European tour but nothing for this date. I Could not find another example of this concert poster- extremely rare. Pinholes in top corners and slight tearing on edges shows its age.. MANASSAS – Stephen Stills, Chris Hillman, Dallas Taylor, Fuzzy Samuels, Paul Harris, Al Perkins, Joe Lala. Why Manassas Was Stephen Stills’ Best Band. By 1972, what we call classic rock was pretty much peaking – though nobody at the time knew it. Except maybe Stephen Stills. The band and double-album he piloted and released that yearboth named Manassasnow seem pivotal. Manassas brilliantly summed up the remarkable 1960s creative surge that revitalized rock’s roots and encouraged experimentation just when it was at its crest. A lot had changed since that surge began. Rock went from being a marginal sideshow for major record labels to a billion-dollar industry. Freewheeling entrepreneurs with “big ears” yielded to corporate types focused on market share and growing profits. “Supergroups” manufactured by producers and agents who headlined arena shows became the standard of success. The top-flight outfit Stills assembled in late 1971 and named for a bloody two-part Civil War battle (the album’s cover shot was taken on that battlefield) could nimbly navigate damn near every polyglot style rock was evolving– from blues (Jet Set) to bluegrass (Fallen Eagle), country rock (Don’t Look At My Shadow) to Caribbean beats (“Medley”), folk-rock (Johnny’s Garden) to proto-metal (Right Now). Jamming out complex, textured arrangements in the studio, they successfully translated them to stages in Europe and the US. But Stills always felt that Manassas struggled for recognition because his handlers wanted him back in the gold rush that Crosby Stills and Nash (and sometimes Young) generated. Whatever the reason, Manassas remains one of rock’s half-forgotten treasures. But it’s arguably the best album and band Stephen Stills ever helmed. Born in Texas, Stills was raised in Florida, Costa Rica, and the Panama Canal Zone as his military family rotated through duty stations. He absorbed all sorts of music along the way, and learned to play them on guitar, keyboards, bass, banjo, and assorted percussion instruments. The rootless kid found his mooring in sound. He beat up his family’s furniture until his dad finally got him drums to go with his drumsticks. After a week of college, he quit to be a musician. His scuffling path through the folk revival introduced him to dozens of players, like Richie Furay and Neil Young, who’d become his creative network. It also put him into play at the onset of rock’s 1960s creative surge. He was in Los Angeles trying to peddle his songs when he turned down a slot with the corporately manufactured Monkees (he recommended Peter Tork instead), and jumped headlong into the exploratory waves with his tempestuous Buffalo Springfield. The Springfield surfed onto the national Top 40 charts with Stills’s brooding For What It’s Worth. In the studio, on tracks as radically distinct as Kind Woman, Rock and Roll Woman, and Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing, they probed the new ideas firing young musical imaginations from London to California. Live, the band crackled with guitar-hero firepower, when Stills and Young opened up in redoubtable jams. His songs were innovative, superbly crafted, stylistically diverse; Bluebird is a stellar example of his fondness for complex structures. His lyrics could be elliptical or nakedly autobiographical; often infused with dark romance (Hung Upside Down, Questions) his confessional story-telling updated his beloved blues. Onstage, he hurled himself at the microphone, when he wasn’t prancing or dancing; he was so intense, his full-throated vocals seemed to come somehow from his entire body. Bandmate Richie Furay called him the heart and soul of Buffalo Springfield. ” Others, in a nod to his multi-instrumental chops, called him “Captain Many Hands. Super Stardom and Solo Flops. Al Kooper, Mike Bloomfield and Stephen Stills. The unstable chemistry and battling egos that fired the Springfield’s creative ambitions inevitably blew it apart. But the band had barely disintegrated before Stills was off solidifying his guitar-hero credentials on Super Session, with Al Kooper and Mike Bloomfield. On Season of the Witch, Stills dialed up a distinctive voice on the wah-wah pedal Jimi Hendrix turned him onto, floating sweet nothings and yearnings tinged with acerbity. Thanks to his network, a series of accidents drew Crosby Stills and Nash together. Their 1969 debut met with critical hosannas and gold-record status, and marked the dawn of that record-industry stepchild, the supergroup, with high-powered handlers and big-ticket arena tours. Ironically, today it can sound like an almost-solo Stills album, so completely did his songwriting and talentshe played nearly all the instrumentsdominate it. Graham Nash said, Stephen had a vision, and David and I let him run with it. Or maybe he just steamrolled over them. A year after Déjà Vu, what was now CSN&Y exploded, and its members released solo albums. Stephen Stills went gold, scored a hit (Love the One You’re With), and was the only album ever to feature both Eric Clapton (on Go Back Home) and Jimi Hendrix (on Old Times Good Times). But it and its followup drew ho-hum reviews; so did his tours. Critics and fans wondered if Stills was yet another self-indulgent rock star running out of gas. A Twist of Fate. Stills describes himself as “aggressive, ” “obnoxious, ” and the like, all meaning he’s a control freakan auteur, if you like. In those days, he was usually packing an enviable pocketful of new tunes. He could out-sing almost anyone and play one-man band if he wanted. You can see how he’d be a hard guy to face off with about creative issues. Yet he knew he needed feedback. He wanted to improvise with players whose ideas and chops stood up to his own. Then he could let jamming unleash creative interactions to enrich his ideas. That was how he worked during the Springfield’s best days. A twist of fate gave him his shot. In 1971, he was coasting along on a lackluster but lucrative tour when he happened to cross paths with Chris Hillman. As Hillman recalls, Stills was playing a concert in Cleveland with the Memphis Horns. I was sitting in the audience, going,’Jesus Christ. They’re making 25,000 bucks and they’re shitty. The Burritos are better than this. I went backstage, and that’s when we renewed the friendship. Their bond dated back to 1960s LA, when Hillmanamong the most catalytic figures in rock historygot Buffalo Springfield the gig as the Whisky A Go Go’s house band. That launched them to stardom. Besides, Stills knew that Hillman was far more than a catalyst. After a whiz-kid run as a bluegrass mandolinist, he played innovative bass, doubled on guitar, sang lead and harmony, and co-wrote songs with the Byrds. When Roger McGuinn unceremoniously dumped his friend Gram Parsons afterSweetheart of the Rodeo, Hillman left, and the Flying Burrito Brothers were born. Parsons and Hillman penned a few matchless songs that other composers would likely swap body parts for, like Sin City and Wheels. But the Grievous Angel was riding hard on the road to ruin; sloppy business dealings, erratic performances, and over-the-top drug use and boozing got him fired from his own group before Burrito Deluxe was released in early 1970. Hillman tried steering the band, but its personnel kept changing; the near-chaos made the Burritos musically unpredictable and financially disastrous. So when Hillman and Stills accidentally crossed paths in Cleveland, they both glimpsed opportunity. Stills’ bounteous talents and fierce competitive drive almost ensured he would overshadow nearly any setting he was in, but he was discouraged by his solo ventures. He needed a creative ally he respected, someone who’d push back but not combust or split. Hillman, who may be rock history’s best-ever second bananadealing with McGuinn and Parsons were hard-to-beat baptisms of firewas secure enough in his own creativity to deliver. He would co-write two songs for Manassas (Both of Us, It Doesn’t Matter), help Stills wrangle others into shape, and supply his subtle, pure-toned harmonies throughout. As Stills explained, I basically wanted a partner, somebody who had a sense of songs. Chris invented the phrase’lyric police,’ and was a tremendous help. But I was still on that real powerful, energetic’Let’s go, I know what I’m doing’ kinda thing. Chris realized it was my band, and that was OK for him. A few weeks later, Stills called Hillman and invited him down to Miami’s famed Criteria Studios, where engineer-producer Tom Dowd had shepherded Derek and the Dominos’ monumental jam-fuelled Layla sessions the year before. As it happens, the producers for what would become Manassas worked on it too. The stage was set to replace the sterile studio feel Stills hated with the onstage improvising looseness he loved. He had his co-pilot. So who else would joust with Captain Many Hands? From the shambling Burritos came two key talents. Violinist Byron Berline was a bluegrass vet who’d clocked time with stars like Bill Monroe and Dillard and Clark. Fallen Eagle, a breakneck bluegrass protest song against ranchers killing our endangered national symbol, puts his dazzling, keening fiddle and Hillman’s virtuoso mandolin in the forefront. Al Perkins learned to play Hawaiian steel guitar at nine, mastered the dobro and pedal steel, performed with country and western bands, then shifted gears to tour his native west Texas as a rock guitar slinger. He supports or duels with Stills on all his axes. On Jesus Gave Love Away For Free, his aching steel solos swell and sigh; on Don’t Look at My Shadow, they glide with glee. On “Jet Set, ” he plugs into effects to go grungy and deliver slashing, whiplash blues in Duane Allman fashion to counter Stills’ gurgling wah-wah. He plays both steel and guitar on Song of Love. Perkins, Stills, and Hillman take their guitar army acoustic for Johnny’s Garden, where their loosely braided, ever-shifting lines gently nudge Stills’ yearning vocal. The rest of the cast came from Stills’ solo albums and tours. Bassist Calvin “Fuzzy” Samuels brought the Caribbean feels Stills craved, as the burbling line on “Song of Love” demonstrates. But he could nail the bottom hard on blues-rockers like Jet Set. Keyboardist Paul Harris, a session vet, could play almost any style; with Hillman’s adept rhythm guitar, his keys became the session’s sonic glue. Latin percussionist Joe Lala co-founded Blues Image (Ride Captain Ride) and sang with gritty, soulful conviction. He vocally challenges Stills on Cuban Bluegrass, and delivers the pulsating Latin rhythms Stills adored throughout. Drummer Dallas Taylor was Stills’ running buddyand a wild card. He played on CSN(and sometimes Y)’s first two albums and tours; they fired him because his substance abuse rivaled the Grievous Angel’s. But this bad boy had exactly what Stills wanted on drums: he could float, dance, or slam it home. Was Manassas Stills’ Best Band? What was slated to be Stills’ third solo album had morphed completely. The band’s chemistry clicked almost instantly, and its boundless energy and chops meshed with Stills’ vision and discipline. A few weeks of jamming out arrangements fused the wildly diverse material and sounds into a sum greater than its parts. They came out of it as a fierce, tuned machine. See for yourself on this high-quality German TV recording, where Stills wails on wah-wah for “Jet Set” and Treasure of the Oneness. No wonder Bill Wyman, who co-wrote Love Gangster with Stills and played bass for the track, said he’d leave the Stones to join Manassas. Hillman understood why: We were always more of a band than people thought. Stills wouldn’t have been the same without us, that’s for sure. Manassas was the best band Stills ever played in. The album ends with a final stark jolt. Blues Man finds Stills alone with an acoustic guitar, like the host of a wild party sitting amid the wreckage after it’s over. He channels everything he ever absorbed from his revered blues masters into his gritty, anguished vocal and nimble fingerpicking to sketch a raw, painfully dark elegy for three of his friends. Jimi Hendrix, Al Wilson (Canned Heat), and Duane Allman had all recently died. They weren’t the only ones: Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison were among the others. Many were wondering if rock’s creative surge had run its course. But an era was indeed ending. And nothing Stills has done since approaches the epic scale and artistic heights of Manassas. The item “Rare Original 1972 Stephen Stills Manassas Concert Poster Vintage 70’s Rock” is in sale since Sunday, March 26, 2017. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists S\Other Rock & Pop Artists S”. The seller is “2004online” and is located in Wausau, Wisconsin. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Dominican republic, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, El salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Turks and caicos islands, Brunei darussalam, Iceland, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Viet nam, Uruguay, Russian federation.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Rare Original 1972 Stephen Stills Manassas Concert Poster Vintage 70's Rock
CRACK_DOWN_1986_ROCK_CONCERT_BENEFIT_POSTER_BY_KEITH_HARING_Original_1st_Edition_01_we

CRACK DOWN 1986 ROCK CONCERT BENEFIT POSTER BY KEITH HARING Original 1st Edition

CRACK DOWN 1986 ROCK CONCERT BENEFIT POSTER BY KEITH HARING Original 1st Edition

CRACK DOWN 1986 ROCK CONCERT BENEFIT POSTER BY KEITH HARING Original 1st Edition
Crack Down Benefit Poster. Original 1986 poster by Keith Haring called Crack Down. For the rock benefit concert. Print Size: 18″ x 24″. Madison Square Garden (New York, NY). Crosby, Stills & Nash. The Allman Brothers Band. Ruben Blades y Son de Solar. Bill Graham revisited his old Bronx neighborhood in August, 1986 and, appalled to see that the drug culture had effectively wiped out the local culture, foresaw a menacing problem in the crack craze. He teamed with David Maldonado to stage a Crack Benefit in the city, but scaled back plans several times since few shared his apprehension. Ultimately, two concerts were held; one in Madison Square Garden and the other, an all-Latin show at the Felt Forum the following night. This poster was designed by immensely popular pop-artist Keith Haring. The item “CRACK DOWN 1986 ROCK CONCERT BENEFIT POSTER BY KEITH HARING Original 1st Edition” is in sale since Saturday, June 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Art\Other Art”. The seller is “new-modern-art-gallery” and is located in london. This item can be shipped worldwide.
CRACK DOWN 1986 ROCK CONCERT BENEFIT POSTER BY KEITH HARING Original 1st Edition
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Hendrix Northwest California Folk Rock Festival Original 1969 Concert Poster

Hendrix Northwest California Folk Rock Festival Original 1969 Concert Poster

Hendrix Northwest California Folk Rock Festival Original 1969 Concert Poster
WELCOME TO OUR SELECTION OF RARE & INTERESTING VINYLPOSTERSFLYERS CD’S. DVD’S AND MUSIC MEMORABILIA. OUR AIM IS TO SELL YOU GREAT ITEMS AT A GREAT PRICE. WE WILL BE LISTING LOADS OF COLLECTABLE GOODIES IN THE COMING MONTHS.. HENDRIX NORTHWEST CALIFORNIA FOLK ROCK FESTIVAL ORIGINAL CONCERT POSTER VERY RARE 1ST PRINTING. THIS POSTER WAS PRINTED BEFORE THE CONCERT TOOK PLACE – UNLIKE THE RE-PRINT. ON THE REPRINT, THE WORD “TICKETS” IS MUCH LONGER AND ENDS JUST BENEATH THE “S” OF CITY RAMBLERS, WHERE AS ON THIS ORIGINAL THE WORD “TICKETS”IS MUCH SHORTER. PRINTED ON HEAVY CARD STOCK. SIZE: 14″ x 20:5″ INCREDIBLE LINE UP WITH JIMI HENDRIX/SPIRIT/ JEFFERSON AIRPLANE +++ IN SUPERB CRISP CONDITION – UNCREASED. ALL POSTERS ARE PROFESSIONALLY PACKED & SENT IN A NEW THICK CARD TUBE. GOOD LUCK AND HAPPY COLLECTING. The item “HENDRIX NORTHWEST CALIFORNIA FOLK ROCK FESTIVAL ORIGINAL 1969 CONCERT POSTER” is in sale since Tuesday, May 28, 2019. This item is in the category “Music\Music Memorabilia\Rock\Posters”. The seller is “malnet123″ and is located in Birchington. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Artists/ Groups: Jimi Hendrix Led Zeppelin.
  • Type: Posters
  • Genre: Rock

Hendrix Northwest California Folk Rock Festival Original 1969 Concert Poster

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Descendents Guttermouth Less Than Jake Concert Poster 97 Nyc Roseland Punk Rock

Descendents Guttermouth Less Than Jake Concert Poster 97 Nyc Roseland Punk Rock
Descendents Guttermouth Less Than Jake Concert Poster 97 Nyc Roseland Punk Rock
Descendents Guttermouth Less Than Jake Concert Poster 97 Nyc Roseland Punk Rock
Descendents Guttermouth Less Than Jake Concert Poster 97 Nyc Roseland Punk Rock
Descendents Guttermouth Less Than Jake Concert Poster 97 Nyc Roseland Punk Rock

Descendents Guttermouth Less Than Jake Concert Poster 97 Nyc Roseland Punk Rock
RARE ORIGINAL DESCENDENTS GUTTERMOUTH LESS THAN JAKE & HANDSOME CONCERT POSTER NYC ROSELAND 1997. 34 1/2 INCHES X 24 INCHES. IS VG- CONDITION FOLDED. SOME rubbing w / some discoloring RIPS AT CORNERS. TAPE STUCK TO POSTER. STILL LOOKS COOL FOR PRESENTATION REAL. PUNK ROCK CONDITION OVERALL VG- condition LOTS marks VERY RARE TO FIND ANY CONCERT STUFF ONLY A FEW MADE THIS WAS HUNG FOR TO PROMOTE THIS SHOW IN A RECORD STORE NEW JERSEY. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “DESCENDENTS GUTTERMOUTH LESS THAN JAKE CONCERT POSTER 97 NYC ROSELAND PUNK ROCK” is in sale since Tuesday, September 18, 2018. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Other Music Memorabilia”. The seller is “tucansam1″ and is located in Milford, New Jersey. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Descendents Guttermouth Less Than Jake Concert Poster 97 Nyc Roseland Punk Rock
1967_Janis_Joplin_Big_Brother_Moby_Grape_Rock_Blues_Concert_Poster_01_bc

1967 Janis Joplin Big Brother Moby Grape Rock Blues Concert Poster

1967 Janis Joplin Big Brother Moby Grape Rock Blues Concert Poster
1967 Janis Joplin Big Brother Moby Grape Rock Blues Concert Poster
1967 Janis Joplin Big Brother Moby Grape Rock Blues Concert Poster

1967 Janis Joplin Big Brother Moby Grape Rock Blues Concert Poster
Here is a rare item for. JANIS JOPLIN with BIG BROTHER and HOLDING COMPANY. DATED : Oct – 13-14 – 1967 SIZE : 16 x 22 = INCHES ARTIST : Licken Walner? VENUE : The ARK – Ann Arbor. MI CONDITION : Good shape – see pictures – was displayed, 2 pin holes, tiny tears on border, dings on corners, bends/folds, on back there is where old tape used to be. I do not sell copies of any kind. The item “1967 JANIS JOPLIN BIG BROTHER MOBY GRAPE ROCK BLUES CONCERT POSTER” is in sale since Monday, May 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists J\Joplin, Janis”. The seller is “austinpostercompany” and is located in Austin, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, France, Australia, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Dominican republic, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, El salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Viet nam, Uruguay, Russian federation.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

1967 Janis Joplin Big Brother Moby Grape Rock Blues Concert Poster
Led_Zeppelin_1971_Original_Japan_Tour_Poster_Hiroshima_Rock_Concert_Rare_XL21_01_ma

Led Zeppelin 1971 Original Japan Tour Poster Hiroshima Rock Concert Rare XL21

Led Zeppelin 1971 Original Japan Tour Poster Hiroshima Rock Concert Rare XL21
Led Zeppelin 1971 Original Japan Tour Poster Hiroshima Rock Concert Rare XL21

Led Zeppelin 1971 Original Japan Tour Poster Hiroshima Rock Concert Rare XL21
DETAILS: Original first printing 1971 Led Zeppelin Hiroshima, Japan concert poster. Zeppelin’s 1971 Japanese tour was the first Asian tour by the English rock band. On September 27 the band played a benefit concert in Hiroshima that was considered by many to be the highlight of their tour. Measures 9″ x 16 1/2″ inches. GUARANTEE: We offer a lifetime guarantee on all of our items to be authentic originals and as stated. They are not reproductions or recent prints. We forensically examine all of our items prior to listing to make certain they are authentic and guarantee their authenticity for the lifetime of the item. Oxxbridge Galleries, NYC Established 1987. Oxxbridge Galleries was founded in 1987 and specializes in vintage paper items. We carry an extensive selection of original celebrity photos, posters and concert programs and are always adding to our inventory. You will be pleased by the friendliness and knowledge of our staff. The item “Led Zeppelin 1971 Original Japan Tour Poster Hiroshima Rock Concert Rare XL21″ is in sale since Monday, April 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Photographic Images\Vintage & Antique (Pre-1940)\Other Antique Photographs”. The seller is “oxxbridgegalleries” and is located in Allendale, New Jersey. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reprint: Original Print
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Date of Creation: 1930-1939
  • Photo Type: Silver Gelatin
  • Subject: Historic & Vintage
  • Color: Black & White
  • Framing: Unframed
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Large (Greater than 10″)
  • Modified Item: No

Led Zeppelin 1971 Original Japan Tour Poster Hiroshima Rock Concert Rare XL21

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1966 rare The Turtles Bill Graham Fillmore SF rock & roll music concert poster

1966 rare The Turtles Bill Graham Fillmore SF rock & roll music concert poster
1966 rare The Turtles Bill Graham Fillmore SF rock & roll music concert poster
1966 rare The Turtles Bill Graham Fillmore SF rock & roll music concert poster
1966 rare The Turtles Bill Graham Fillmore SF rock & roll music concert poster
1966 rare The Turtles Bill Graham Fillmore SF rock & roll music concert poster
1966 rare The Turtles Bill Graham Fillmore SF rock & roll music concert poster
1966 rare The Turtles Bill Graham Fillmore SF rock & roll music concert poster
1966 rare The Turtles Bill Graham Fillmore SF rock & roll music concert poster

1966 rare The Turtles Bill Graham Fillmore SF rock & roll music concert poster
1966 VINTAGE The Turtles Bill Graham Fillmore SF rock & roll music concert poster. The turtle illustration, is the cutest! I won’t lie, I’ve seen the same poster, in worse condition listed… Appears to be a first printing. Art by Heinrich Kleg. Average wear, I’ve seen much worse, priced for much, much more. Scroll into pics, everything is honestly represented. The item “1966 rare The Turtles Bill Graham Fillmore SF rock & roll music concert poster” is in sale since Thursday, April 11, 2019. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists G\Graham, Bill\Posters”. The seller is “hatdiva” and is located in Peck, Idaho. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Dominican republic, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, El salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Peru, Viet nam, Uruguay.
  • Featured Refinements: Fillmore Poster
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Size: 14×20

1966 rare The Turtles Bill Graham Fillmore SF rock & roll music concert poster

Medium vintage KISS original rock band concert poster music artist 7855

Medium vintage KISS original rock band concert poster music artist 7855
Medium vintage KISS original rock band concert poster music artist 7855
Medium vintage KISS original rock band concert poster music artist 7855
Medium vintage KISS original rock band concert poster music artist 7855
Medium vintage KISS original rock band concert poster music artist 7855
Medium vintage KISS original rock band concert poster music artist 7855
Medium vintage KISS original rock band concert poster music artist 7855

Medium vintage KISS original rock band concert poster music artist 7855
Medium vintage KISS original rock band concert poster music artist. We thank you for your time. The item “Medium vintage KISS original rock band concert poster music artist 7855″ is in sale since Thursday, April 23, 2015. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Posters\Originals-United States\1990-99″. The seller is “dropyourjeansincorp” and is located in Covina, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Medium vintage KISS original rock band concert poster music artist 7855
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