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    Filmore West Love with The James Gang

    Concert promoter, Bill Graham, took over and booked bands in the legendary San Francisco music and dance hall, Filmore West from 1966 until 1971, giving a ton of 60s and early 70s bands their first break to perform in front of a crowd and the opportunity to record in the Filmore as well as the Winterland (along with his New York venue, Filmore East). Here we have a nice collection of original Filmore West (and Winterland) concert posters from some of the concerts that Bill Graham promoted until he closed the Filmore West and East in 1971.

    FILMORE WEST CONCERT POSTER 1970 - LOVE with THE JAMES GANG and BLACK SABBATH on November 19-22, 1970. SHA NA NA with ELVIN BISHOP and TOWER OF POWER on November 26-29, 1970. This was Bill Graham show #267 and 268. Great artwork on this original 28x21.25” poster in good+ condition.
    • $175.00
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    Filmore West / Winterland 1971 Eric Burdon and War

    Concert promoter, Bill Graham, took over and booked bands in the legendary San Francisco music and dance hall, Filmore West from 1966 until 1971, giving a ton of 60s and early 70s bands their first break to perform in front of a crowd and the opportunity to record in the Filmore as well as the Winterland (along with his New York venue, Filmore East). Here we have a nice collection of original Filmore West (and Winterland) concert posters from some of the concerts that Bill Graham promoted until he closed the Filmore West and East in 1971.

    FILMORE WEST / WINTERLAND CONCERT POSTER 1971 - ERIC BURDON & WAR with J. GILES BAND on March 25-28, 1971 at Filmore West. SANTANA on March 26th and 27th, 1971 at Winterland. BUDDY MILES with WAYNE COCHRAN and THE C.C. RIDERS on April 1-4, 1971 at Filmore West. This was Bill Graham show #275. Cool David Singer artwork on this original 21x28” poster in good+ condition.
    • $150.00
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    Aretha Franklin

    Concert promoter, Bill Graham, took over and booked bands in the legendary San Francisco music and dance hall, Filmore West from 1966 until 1971, giving a ton of 60s and early 70s bands their first break to perform in front of a crowd and the opportunity to record in the Filmore as well as the Winterland (along with his New York venue, Filmore East). Here we have a nice collection of original Filmore West (and Winterland) concert posters from some of the concerts that Bill Graham promoted until he closed the Filmore West and East in 1971.

    ARETHA FRANKLIN with King Curtis, The Kingpins, Tower of Power, and James Anderson. Aretha Franklin recored her live LP on March 5th, 6th, and 7th, 1971 at the Filmore West. It was Bill Graham show #272. This original 14x21” poster (with artwork by David Singer) is in good+ displayed condition with pinholes in the corners. Still nice and bright and displays well.
    • $100.00
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    Free with Bloodrock

    Concert promoter, Bill Graham, took over and booked bands in the legendary San Francisco music and dance hall, Filmore West from 1966 until 1971, giving a ton of 60s and early 70s bands their first break to perform in front of a crowd and the opportunity to record in the Filmore as well as the Winterland (along with his New York venue, Filmore East). Here we have a nice collection of original Filmore West (and Winterland) concert posters from some of the concerts that Bill Graham promoted until he closed the Filmore West and East in 1971.

    FREE with Bloodrock and Edwards Hand on January 14 - 17, 1971; and SPENCER DAVIS with Taj Mahall and Fox on January 21 - 24, 1971 at the Filmore West. This was Bill Graham show #266 and 267. Original 27.75x21” poster (with David Singer artwork) is in good+ displayed condition.
    • $135.00
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    Bill Graham San Francisco Concert 1970

    Concert promoter, Bill Graham, took over and booked bands in the legendary San Francisco music and dance hall, Filmore West from 1966 until 1971, giving a ton of 60s and early 70s bands their first break to perform in front of a crowd and the opportunity to record in the Filmore as well as the Winterland (along with his New York venue, Filmore East). Here we have a nice collection of original Filmore West (and Winterland) concert posters from some of the concerts that Bill Graham promoted until he closed the Filmore West and East in 1971.

    BILL GRAHAM SAN FRANCISCO, CA. CONCERT POSTER 1970 - JOHN MAYALL and SHA NA NA on April 9th and 10th, 1970 at Winterland. GRAND FUNK RAILROAD and BLOODROCK on April 18th, 1970 at Winterland. JOHNNY WINTER and J. GEILS BAND on April 8 - 11, 1970 at Filmore West. VAN MORRISON with THE ISLEY BROTHERS and FANNY on April 15 - 18, 1970 at Filmore West. This was numbered Bill Graham show #276 in whatever odd way Graham numbered his show posters. Great artwork on this original 28x21.25” poster in good+ condition.
    • $175.00
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    Lee Michaels and Albert King

    Concert promoter, Bill Graham, took over and booked bands in the legendary San Francisco music and dance hall, Filmore West from 1966 until 1971, giving a ton of 60s and early 70s bands their first break to perform in front of a crowd and the opportunity to record in the Filmore as well as the Winterland (along with his New York venue, Filmore East). Here we have a nice collection of original Filmore West (and Winterland) concert posters from some of the concerts that Bill Graham promoted until he closed the Filmore West and East in 1971.

    LEE MICHAELS and ALBERT KING on December 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th, 1970. This was Bill Graham show #260. This original 14x22” poster (with artwork by David Singer) is in good+ displayed condition with pinholes in the corners. It has been matted to an overall 18x26” size.
    • $150.00
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    Lee Michaels and Albert King

    Concert promoter, Bill Graham, took over and booked bands in the legendary San Francisco music and dance hall, Filmore West from 1966 until 1971, giving a ton of 60s and early 70s bands their first break to perform in front of a crowd and the opportunity to record in the Filmore as well as the Winterland (along with his New York venue, Filmore East). Here we have a nice collection of original Filmore West (and Winterland) concert posters from some of the concerts that Bill Graham promoted until he closed the Filmore West and East in 1971.

    LEE MICHAELS and ALBERT KING on December 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th, 1970. This was Bill Graham show #260. This original 14x22” poster (with artwork by David Singer) is in good displayed condition
    • $95.00
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    Poco

    Concert promoter, Bill Graham, took over and booked bands in the legendary San Francisco music and dance hall, Filmore West from 1966 until 1971, giving a ton of 60s and early 70s bands their first break to perform in front of a crowd and the opportunity to record in the Filmore as well as the Winterland (along with his New York venue, Filmore East). Here we have a nice collection of original Filmore West (and Winterland) concert posters from some of the concerts that Bill Graham promoted until he closed the Filmore West and East in 1971.

    POCO with Siegal Schwall and Wishbone Ash on March 11 - 14, 1970; and THE SONS OF CHAMPLIN with Mark Almond and Commander Cody on March 18 - 21, 1970 at the Filmore West. This was Bill Graham show #273 and 274. Original 28x22” poster (with great Norman Orr artwork) is in good+ displayed condition.
    • $135.00
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    Butterfield Blues Band with Charles Lloyd

    Concert promoter, Bill Graham, took over and booked bands in the legendary San Francisco music and dance hall, Filmore West from 1966 until 1971, giving a ton of 60s and early 70s bands their first break to perform in front of a crowd and the opportunity to record in the Filmore as well as the Winterland (along with his New York venue, Filmore East). Here we have a nice collection of original Filmore West (and Winterland) concert posters from some of the concerts that Bill Graham promoted until he closed the Filmore West and East in 1971.

    BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND with Charles Lloyd on January 27th and 28th, 1967. This was Bill Graham show #47. Approximatley 14.5x22.75” poster (with Wes Wilson artwork) is in good+ displayed condition with pinholes and slight corner damage. Still displays well.
    • $100.00
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    Butterfield Blues Band with Buddy Miles

    Concert promoter, Bill Graham, took over and booked bands in the legendary San Francisco music and dance hall, Filmore West from 1966 until 1971, giving a ton of 60s and early 70s bands their first break to perform in front of a crowd and the opportunity to record in the Filmore as well as the Winterland (along with his New York venue, Filmore East). Here we have a nice collection of original Filmore West (and Winterland) concert posters from some of the concerts that Bill Graham promoted until he closed the Filmore West and East in 1971.

    BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND with Buddy Miles, Quatermass and The Incredible String Band. December 14th and 16th, 1970. It was Bill Graham show #261. Fantastic 60s / 70s era artwork on this original 14x21” poster. In good+ displayed condition with pinholes in the corners. Still nice and bright and displays well.
    • $150.00
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    Country Joe and The Fish

    Concert promoter, Bill Graham, took over and booked bands in the legendary San Francisco music and dance hall, Filmore West from 1966 until 1971, giving a ton of 60s and early 70s bands their first break to perform in front of a crowd and the opportunity to record in the Filmore as well as the Winterland (along with his New York venue, Filmore East). Here we have a nice collection of original Filmore West (and Winterland) concert posters from some of the concerts that Bill Graham promoted until he closed the Filmore West and East in 1971.

    COUNTRY JOE AND THE FISH with Blues Image and Silver Metre on May 28th, 29th, 30th and 31st, 1970. This was Bill Graham show #236 . Terrific David Singer artwork on this 21.75x14” poster in good+ condition.
    • $150.00
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    Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young

    Concert promoter, Bill Graham, took over and booked bands in the legendary San Francisco music and dance hall, Filmore West from 1966 until 1971, giving a ton of 60s and early 70s bands their first break to perform in front of a crowd and the opportunity to record in the Filmore as well as the Winterland (along with his New York venue, Filmore East). Here we have a nice collection of original Filmore West (and Winterland) concert posters from some of the concerts that Bill Graham promoted until he closed the Filmore West and East in 1971.

    CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG with Cold Blood, Joy of Cooking, and Lamb at the Winterland on November 13th, 14th, 15th, and 16th, 1969. This was Bill Graham show #200. Original 21.5x14” has single pin hole in the corners, but still displays great.
    • $200.00
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    Filmore West Jefferson Airplane

    Concert promoter, Bill Graham, took over and booked bands in the legendary San Francisco music and dance hall, Filmore West from 1966 until 1971, giving a ton of 60s and early 70s bands their first break to perform in front of a crowd and the opportunity to record in the Filmore as well as the Winterland (along with his New York venue, Filmore East). Here we have a nice collection of original Filmore West (and Winterland) concert posters from some of the concerts that Bill Graham promoted until he closed the Filmore West and East in 1971.

    FILMORE WEST CONCERT POSTER 1966 - JEFFERSON AIRPLANE with P.H. Phactor Jug Band and The Andrew Sisters on September 2nd & 3rd, 1966. THE GRATEFUL DEAD with Quicksilver Messenger Service and Country Joe and The Fish on September 4th, 1966. MARTHA AND THE VANDELLAS with Johnny Talbot and De Tangs on September 5th, 1966. Terrific Wes Wilson artwork on this 13.5x21” poster. This poster has been matted to an overall 16x24” size.
    • $125.00
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    Filmore West The Byrds

    Concert promoter, Bill Graham, took over and booked bands in the legendary San Francisco music and dance hall, Filmore West from 1966 until 1971, giving a ton of 60s and early 70s bands their first break to perform in front of a crowd and the opportunity to record in the Filmore as well as the Winterland (along with his New York venue, Filmore East). Here we have a nice collection of original Filmore West (and Winterland) concert posters from some of the concerts that Bill Graham promoted until he closed the Filmore West and East in 1971.

    FILMORE WEST CONCERT POSTER 1970 - THE BYRDS with POCO and COMMANDER CODY on August 13-16, 1970. VAN MORRISON and JOHN LEE HOOKER on August 30th, 1970. LED ZEPPELIN on September 2nd, 1970. ALBERT COLLINS and COLD BLOOD on August 20 - 23, 1970. IRON BUTTERFLY with PINERA and RHINO; and BLACK OAK ARKANSAS with LIGHTS and LITTLE PRINCESS on August 24-26, 1970. This was Bill Graham show #246. Original 28x21” poster (with David Singer artwork) in good+ condition has some pin holes and small pieces of tape in the corners.
    • $135.00
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    Filmore West Iron Butterfly

    Concert promoter, Bill Graham, took over and booked bands in the legendary San Francisco music and dance hall, Filmore West from 1966 until 1971, giving a ton of 60s and early 70s bands their first break to perform in front of a crowd and the opportunity to record in the Filmore as well as the Winterland (along with his New York venue, Filmore East). Here we have a nice collection of original Filmore West (and Winterland) concert posters from some of the concerts that Bill Graham promoted until he closed the Filmore West and East in 1971.

    FILMORE WEST CONCERT POSTER 1970 - IRON BUTTERFLY and BLACK OAK ARKANSAS on August 24-28, 1970. JOHN MAYALL with ELVIN BISHOP and HERBIE HANCOCK on August 27 -29, 1970. SAVOY BROWN with FAIRPORT CONVENTION and CHICKEN SHACK on August 30th & September 1st, 1970. JOHNNY WINTER with BOZ SCAGGS and FREDDIE KING on September 3-6, 1970. Original 22x28” poster (with Alton Kelley artwork) in good condition with pinholes in the corners and some slight border dings.
    • $85.00
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    Let's Spend the Night Together (1983)

    The Rolling Stones 1981 Tour documentary from director Hal Ashby. Original US one-sheet poster in Very Good condition.
    • $50.00
  • Lisztomania (1975)

    Director Ken Russell music-comedy with Roger Daltry, Paul Nicholas, Ringo Starr, Rick Wakeman, and Sara Kestelman. Original US one-sheet poster in good+ condition.
    • $30.00
  • American Pop (1981)

    Animated music drama from director Ralph Bakshi. Original US one-sheet poster in Very Good condition. (pic on Left) We also have one in good condition for less. (pic on right)
    • $30.00
  • Wiz (1979) , The

    Black cast musical re-telling of the “Wizard of Oz” with Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Nipsey Russell, Ted Ross, Lina Horne, and Richard Pryor. Original US one-sheet poster in good- condition.
    • $15.00
  • Hard to Hold (1984)

    Music drama with Rick Springfield, Janet Eiber, and Patti Hansen. Original US one-sheet poster in good+ condition.
    • $20.00
  • Hard Day's Night (R-1982) , A

    Director Richard Lester’s 1964 comedy with The Beatles - John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr.14x36” US insert poster for the 1982 re-release of the film. Has been folded as many of them were, but displays just fine. We’ll call it good condition since it has the folds, and price it as such.
    • $35.00
  • AC/DC: Let There Be Rock (1982)

    Bon Scott, Angus and Malcolm Young, Cliff Williams, and Phil Rudd tear it up in Paris, France during the 1979 “Highway to Hell” tour. Fantastic show, great poster! Rolled US one-sheet in fair+ to good- condition. Some border wear and a couple of little folds, dings, and almost tears, but it actually displays quite well.

    • $35.00
  • Biram, Scott H.

    10x23” concert poster from this “grumpy old one-man band” bluesman’s appearance at The Deep Blues Festival in Lake Elmo, MN on July 20th, 2008. The poster is in Very Good condition, and numbered #12 of only 40 posters printed, and was matted to an overall 14x26” size for easy framing and display.
    • $85.00
  • Cleveland's Screaming: The Final Chapter

    Rolled, 18x24” poster for the last “Cleveland’s Screaming” concert event at the Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland, Ohio, on July 9th, 2022. The show featured The Ruiners (from Detroit), the first reunion of Cle-punkers Archie and the Bunkers, and a special 30th Anniversary screening of “the worst documentary ever made”, This is Elvis’ Birthday ’92, with Pagans lead singer, Mike Hudson. The poster was a limited hand-out to those attending the event. It’s nicely laid out like an old triple feature ad mat, and in Very Good condition.
    • $10.00
  • Clutch

    11x15.5” wall poster for the Clutch, (with Eye Hate God and Tigercub) show at First Avenue in Minneapolis, MN on 4/7/22. Matted to an overall 14x18” size for easy framing and display.
    • $45.00
  • Bob Dylan and His Band

    4.5x8.5” full color silk-screened hand-out (featuring Mark Arminski artwork) for a Saturday, November 9th 2002 Show at the Coach USA Center in Elmira, NY. Has been matted to an overall 8x12” size for easy framing and display.
    • $30.00
  • Green Day

    11x17” wall poster for Green Day, Pansy Division, and Mustard Plug show in Grand Rapids, MI on July 26th, 1995 (days after Green Day did Lolapaloza) for their Insomniac tour. Matted to an overall 14x20” size for easy framing and display.
    • $55.00
  • Shooter Jennings & Scott H. Birham

    Terrific double bill if you’re into alt country and one-man band hell raisers. Together at the El Corazon in Seattle, WA on 7/25/13. Nice “Wanted” poster style artwork on this 11x14” wall poster. Matted to an overall 14x17” size for easy framing and display.
    • $45.00
  • Williams 3 , Hank

    Terrific 12x17.5” wall poster for the Hank Williams the 3rd show at the Covered Wagon Saloon in San Francisco, CA on November 16th and 17h, 2000. Poster was pulled off the wall and has a few creases and dents, but it’s matted to an overall 16x21” size and still displays extremely well.
    • $55.00
  • Pink Floyd

    Terrific 11x17” record store / wall poster for their 6/19/77 concert (to promote the Pigs LP) at Soldier Field, Chicago. Matted to an overall 14x20” size for easy framing and display.
    • $75.00
  • Ramones , The

    11x17” wall poster for their “Acid Eaters” tour, with Frank Black (The Pixies) at the Tower Theater in Upper Darby, PA. on April 2nd, 1994. Matted to an overall 14x20” size for easy framing and display.
    • $65.00
  • Rollins, Henry

    11x23” full color silk-screened poster (featuring Mark Aminski artwork) for a Friday, October 25th, 2002 spoken word show at The Intersection in Grand Rapids, MI grand opening. Has been matted to an overall 14x25” size for easy framing and display.
    • $100.00
  • Coal Miner's Daughter (1980)

    Music drama with Tommy Lee Jones, Sissy Spacek, Levon Helm, and Beverly D’Angelo. Original US one-sheet poster in good displayed condition.
    • $20.00
  • Beatlemania (1981)

    Four guys play the music of The Beatles… and they filmed it. Original US one-sheet poster in Very Good overall condition.
    • $20.00
  • Walk the Line (2005)

    The story of Johnny Cash, with Joaquin Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon, Robert Patrick, and Dallas Roberts. Rolled “version A” advance style US one-sheet poster in Very Good condition.
    • $15.00
  • Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978)

    Musical with Peter Frampton, The Bee Gees, Aerosmith, Alice Cooper, etc. Original “Style B” US one-sheet poster has a slight extra fold, but is good+ to Very Good overall condition otherwise.
    • $25.00
  • Fun in Acapulco (1963)

    Elvis Presley music - comedy with Ursula Andress, Elsa Cardenas, and Paul Lukas. Rolled original 28x22” US half-sheet poster in fair condition with some dings in the borders and heavy chipping along the bottom border would still frame out OK. (Pic on left)
    We also have one in good displayed condition with a few pinholes in the corners and some slight border dings for more. (Pic on right)
    • $50.00
  • Record City (1977)

    Music comedy with Ruth Buzzi, Jack Carter, Rick Dees, Kinky Friedman, Michael Callen, Frank Gorshin, Ted Lange, Larry Storch, etc. Great cartoon style artwork on this original US one-sheet poster in good+ condition.
    • $25.00
  • Leadbelly (1975)

    Blaxploitation-biography of bluesman Huddie Ledbetter, with Roger E. Mosley, Paul Benjamin, and Madge Sinclair. Original US one-sheet in good- theater displayed condition was folded a little wonky but displays OK.
    • $15.00
  • AC/DC: Let There Be Rock (1982)

    Bon Scott, Angus and Malcolm Young, Cliff Williams, and Phil Rudd tear it up in Paris, France during the 1979 “Highway to Hell” tour. Fantastic show, great poster! Rolled original US one-sheet poster in Very Good condition.

    • $125.00
  • Get Down Grand Funk (1968)

    aka Mondo Daytona.  Documentary of spring break 1969 in Daytona, FL with the band performing and hanging out. Original US one-sheet poster in good+ condition.

    • $35.00
  • Janis: A Film (1974)

    Documentary on the life and music of Janis Joplin. Great shot of Janis singing her heart out on this original US one-sheet poster in good+ theater displayed condition.

    • $100.00
  • Johnny Cash: The Man, HIs World, His Music (1969)

    Documentary with plenty of music footage, Bob Dylan, Carl Perkins, and June Carter. Original US one-sheet poster in good+ to Very Good condition.

    • $85.00
  • Tommy (1975)

    Director Ken Russell’s film adaption of The Who’s classic “rock opera” with Ann-Margaret, Oliver reed, Roger Daltry, Elton John, Tina Turner, etc. Original US one-sheet poster in good+ overall condition displays great. (Pictured on left)

    We also have one in fair to good theater displayed condition that still displays just fine for less. (Pictured on right)

    • $85.00
  • The Animals

    Here we have an original 12.25x14.25” record store promo poster for the Animals album, “Before We Were so Rudely Interrupted,” featuring the original lineup of Eric Burdon, Alan Price, Chas Chandler, Holton Valentine, and John Steel. The poster proclaims “AT LAST” and a nice B&W photo of the band. Folded in half as issued and in good+ condition with only some minor edge dings.

    • $12.00
  • That Tennessee Beat (1966)

    Country music fun with Merle Travis, The Statler Brothers, Boots Randolph, Pete Drake, Minnie Pearl, Stony Mt. Cloggers, etc. Original US one-sheet poster in good+ overall condition.

    • $25.00
  • Wattstax (1973)

    Concert movie with Isaac Hayes, The Staple Singers, Albert King, The Emotions, Rufus Thomas, Johnne Taylor, and others. Great artwork on this original US one-sheet poster in Very Good to Near Mint condition.

    • $65.00
  • Black Moses of Soul (1973) , The

    Documentary on the music of Isaac Hayes. Original US one-sheet poster in good+ to Very Good condition.

    • $30.00
  • Ladies and Gentlemen, The Rolling Stones (1973)

    1972 Rolling Stones tour concert movie. Original US poster is smaller than the normal one-sheet. In good+ condition.

    • $35.00
  • Journey Through the Past (1973)

    Hippy-trippy musical arthouse film sort of thing from Neil Young, with Crosby, Stills, and Nash, The Buffalo Springfield, and Carrie Snodgrass. Original poster (is smaller than a normal one-sheet) in good+ to Very Good condition.

    • $50.00
  • Zachariah (1971)

    Weird, trippy-ass western with John Rubinstein, Patricia Quinn, Don Johnson, and a bunch of great bands and musicians. Original US one-sheet poster in Very Good overall condition.

    • $30.00
  • U2: Rattle and Hum (1988)

    Director Phil Joanou’s film of U2’s 1987 North American tour. Rolled original US one-sheet poster in Very Good condition.

    • $20.00
  • Genesis 1987

    1987 German concert poster. Rolled 33x46” B&W poster for the Invisible Touch tour, with special guest Paul Young. Minor dings in the border would frame out. Otherwise in good+ to Very Good condition.

    • $35.00
  • Pretenders , The

    1986 (or 1987) German concert poster. Rolled 33x46” B&W tour poster for an April 9th 1986 (or 87) German concert during the tour for the Get Closer album. Minor dings in the border would frame out. Otherwise in good+ to Very Good overall condition.

    • $35.00
  • ZZ Top

    1986 German concert poster. Rolled 33x46” B&W poster for the Afterburner / Eliminator world tour. Minor dings in the border would frame out. Otherwise in good+ to Very Good condition.

    • $35.00
  • Buddy Holly Story (1978) , The

    Fun rock ‘n roll film, with Gary Busey, Don Stroud, Charles Martin Smith, Conrad Janis, and William Jordan. Uncommon to find Style B one-sheet poster in good+ overall condition.

    • $45.00
  • Let's Spend the Night Together (1982)

    The Rolling Stones 1981 tour concert movie, directed by Hal Ashby. Rolled 14x36” original US insert poster in good+ condition.

    • $50.00
  • Soul to Soul (1971)

    Concert movie with Wilson Pickett, Ike and Tina Turner, Santana, The Staple Sisters, etc. Original US one-sheet poster in good+ condition.

    • $40.00
  • Chuck Berry: Hail! Hail! Rock N' Roll (1987)

    Concert movie with an all star cast of musicians (Eric Clapton, Etta James, Keith Richards, etc) joining Chuck. The real reason to watch is to see just how big a dick Chuck Berry is.

    Rolled original US one-sheet poster in Very Good condition.

    • $35.00
  • That Was Rock (1982)

    A combo concert movie of the 1964 T.A.M.I. and 1965 TNT rock and roll shows with Chuck Berry, James Brown, Ray Charles, Ike and Tina Turner, The Rolling Stones, etc. Original US one-sheet poster in good+ overall condition.

    • $75.00
  • Rose (1979) , The

    Music drama with Bette Midler, Alan Bates, and Frederic Forrest. Original US one-sheet poster in good condition.

    • $12.00
  • American Hot Wax (1978)

    The early days of rock ‘n roll with Tim McIntire, Laraine Newman, Jay Leno, Chuck Berry, and Jerry Lee Lewis. Original US one-sheet poster in good- displayed condition.

    • $12.00
  • Soul to Soul (1971)

    Concert movie with Wilson Pickett, Ike and Tina Turner, Santana, Roberta Flack, The Staple Singers, and others. Rolled 22x28” US half sheet has pin holes in the corners, but displays great and is in good+ overall condition otherwise.

    • $30.00
  • On the Air Live with Captain Midnight (1978)

    Rock ‘n roll fun with Tracy Sebastian, John Ireland, and Dena Dietriech from Beverly and Fred Sebastian, the same people who brought the world “Gator Bait.” US one-sheet poster.

    • $20.00
  • La Bamba (1987)

    The story of Richie Valens with Lou Diamond Phillips, Esai Morales, and Rosana DeSoto. US one-sheet poster at a great price.

    • $20.00

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