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JOHN LEE HOOKER Fox Venice Theatre CANNED HEAT 1972 BLUES Concert POSTER VG+

JOHN LEE HOOKER Fox Venice Theatre CANNED HEAT 1972 BLUES Concert POSTER VG+

JOHN LEE HOOKER Fox Venice Theatre CANNED HEAT 1972 BLUES Concert POSTER VG+
Original RARE, vintage 8.5″ x 23″ Concert Poster for the Fox Venice Theatre in Los Angeles California on Saturday August 19, 1972. The item “JOHN LEE HOOKER Fox Venice Theatre CANNED HEAT 1972 BLUES Concert POSTER VG+” is in sale since Saturday, February 22, 2020. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists H\Other Rock & Pop Artists H”. The seller is “slcd.com” and is located in Redondo Beach, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

JOHN LEE HOOKER Fox Venice Theatre CANNED HEAT 1972 BLUES Concert POSTER VG+
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Albert King March 2-4 Antone’s Original Blues Concert Poster VF+ condition

Albert King March 2-4 Antone's Original Blues Concert Poster VF+ condition
Albert King March 2-4 Antone's Original Blues Concert Poster VF+ condition
Albert King March 2-4 Antone's Original Blues Concert Poster VF+ condition
Albert King March 2-4 Antone's Original Blues Concert Poster VF+ condition

Albert King March 2-4 Antone's Original Blues Concert Poster VF+ condition
We have recently acquired a large number of concert posters. Most are original unless otherwise noted. Conditions will be described as best as possible. However you are responsible to inspect the photos very carefully. The item “Albert King March 2-4 Antone’s Original Blues Concert Poster VF+ condition” is in sale since Saturday, March 14, 2020. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Blues\Posters”. The seller is “vinylrichierecords” and is located in Austin, Texas. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Albert King March 2-4 Antone's Original Blues Concert Poster VF+ condition
GRATEFUL_DEAD_BG_30_OP_1_Butterfield_Blues_Band_Rock_Concert_Poster_AOR_FD_01_ftv

GRATEFUL DEAD BG-30-OP-1 Butterfield Blues Band Rock Concert Poster AOR FD

GRATEFUL DEAD BG-30-OP-1 Butterfield Blues Band Rock Concert Poster AOR FD
GRATEFUL DEAD BG-30-OP-1 Butterfield Blues Band Rock Concert Poster AOR FD
GRATEFUL DEAD BG-30-OP-1 Butterfield Blues Band Rock Concert Poster AOR FD

GRATEFUL DEAD BG-30-OP-1 Butterfield Blues Band Rock Concert Poster AOR FD
GRATEFUL DEAD BG-30-OP-1 Butterfield Blues Band – Jefferson Airplane – 1st Print -Winterland Rock Concert Poster AOR FD. This original poster was printed on smooth white stock and measures approximately 11 x 24¼. Unrestored Condition -No attempts at any kind of cleaning, pressing or restoration of any kind. The item “GRATEFUL DEAD BG-30-OP-1 Butterfield Blues Band Rock Concert Poster AOR FD” is in sale since Saturday, September 14, 2019. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists G\Grateful Dead\Posters”. The seller is “cozmicshop” and is located in USA. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Modification Description: Original/Unrestored/CGC Universal
  • Size: 11 x 24¼

GRATEFUL DEAD BG-30-OP-1 Butterfield Blues Band Rock Concert Poster AOR FD
JOHN_MAYALL_S_BLUES_BREAKERS_Tipitina_s_Concert_Poster_1986_New_Orleans_14_x_22_01_evg

JOHN MAYALL’S BLUES BREAKERS Tipitina’s Concert Poster 1986 New Orleans 14 x 22

JOHN MAYALL'S BLUES BREAKERS Tipitina's Concert Poster 1986 New Orleans 14 x 22
JOHN MAYALL'S BLUES BREAKERS Tipitina's Concert Poster 1986 New Orleans 14 x 22

JOHN MAYALL'S BLUES BREAKERS Tipitina's Concert Poster 1986 New Orleans 14 x 22
JOHN MAYALL’S BLUES BREAKERS and John Hammond, Tipitina’s Concert Poster 1986 New Orleans 14 x 22. ESSENTIALS – 46 x 7 SINGLES BOXSET – LIMITED RED VINYL – NEW & SEALE. The item “JOHN MAYALL’S BLUES BREAKERS Tipitina’s Concert Poster 1986 New Orleans 14 x 22″ is in sale since Thursday, October 17, 2019. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Blues\Posters”. The seller is “theraggedrecord” and is located in Davenport, Iowa. 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, 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, Iceland, Sri lanka, Viet nam, Uruguay, Russian federation, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

JOHN MAYALL'S BLUES BREAKERS Tipitina's Concert Poster 1986 New Orleans 14 x 22
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1962 Little Milton Blues Concert Window Card Poster Fontella Bass Oliver Sain

1962 Little Milton Blues Concert Window Card Poster Fontella Bass Oliver Sain
1962 Little Milton Blues Concert Window Card Poster Fontella Bass Oliver Sain
1962 Little Milton Blues Concert Window Card Poster Fontella Bass Oliver Sain
1962 Little Milton Blues Concert Window Card Poster Fontella Bass Oliver Sain
1962 Little Milton Blues Concert Window Card Poster Fontella Bass Oliver Sain
1962 Little Milton Blues Concert Window Card Poster Fontella Bass Oliver Sain
1962 Little Milton Blues Concert Window Card Poster Fontella Bass Oliver Sain
1962 Little Milton Blues Concert Window Card Poster Fontella Bass Oliver Sain
1962 Little Milton Blues Concert Window Card Poster Fontella Bass Oliver Sain
1962 Little Milton Blues Concert Window Card Poster Fontella Bass Oliver Sain

1962 Little Milton Blues Concert Window Card Poster Fontella Bass Oliver Sain
This is an original vintage c. 1962 Window Card poster for a blues concert by Little Milton, Fontella Bass and Oliver Sain. This window card measures about 22 x 14 and has photos of the three stars pasted onto the poster and an ink stamp from Vets Sign & Art Shop of 3700 Easton Avenue in St Louis, Missouri. The text of the poster touts Little Milton as a. And mentions his hit songs. So Mean To Me, I Need Somebody. Saving My Love For You. The poster touts Fontella Bass as a. And mentions her hits. I Dont Hurt Anymore. Oliver Sain is touted as a Bobbin Recording Artist and the poster highlights his hits. Oliver Sain had a 45 record released on the Bobbin label in April 1962 that featured. And the other song titles suggest this poster would have been issued in 1962. The poster is printed on cardboard and is a tour blank with space on the top margin to overprint the venue. This window card is unrestored and has wear on the edges, bumped corners and a trace of staining on the edges in places. This window card also looks like it was used as a cutting mat and has several slices or cuts in the center area but nothing cut off or missing. The slices are visible if you are close but don’t detract much in my opinion and the window card still displays nicely. No attempt has been made at any type of restoration or repair. This is a vintage original featuring three Mississippi born blues legends from the early 1960s. The following is some information on Little Milton from Wikipedia. James Milton Campbell, Jr. (September 7, 1934 August 4, 2005), better known as Little Milton, was an American blues [1] singer and guitarist, best known for his hit records “Grits Ain’t Groceries, ” “Walking the Back Streets and Crying, ” and We’re Gonna Make It. Milton was born James Milton Campbell, Jr. In the Mississippi Delta town of Inverness and raised in Greenville by a farmer and local blues musician. [2] By age twelve he was a street musician, chiefly influenced by T-Bone Walker and his blues and rock and roll contemporaries. [2] He joined the Rhythm Aces in the early part of the 1950s, a three piece band who played throughout the Mississippi Delta area. [3] One of the group was Eddie Cusic who taught Milton to play the guitar. [4] In 1952, while still a teenager playing in local bars, he caught the attention of Ike Turner, who was at that time a talent scout for Sam Phillips’ Sun Records. He signed a contract with the label and recorded a number of singles. After trying several labels without notable success, including Trumpet Records, [5] Milton set up the St. Louis based Bobbin Records label, which ultimately scored a distribution deal with Leonard Chess’ Chess Records. [2] As a record producer, Milton helped bring artists such as Albert King and Fontella Bass to fame, while experiencing his own success for the first time. [2] After a number of small format and regional hits, his 1962 single, “So Mean to Me, ” broke onto the Billboard R&B chart, eventually peaking at #14. After the ill-received “Blind Man” (R&B: #86), he released back-to-back hit singles. The first, “We’re Gonna Make It, ” a blues-infused soul song, topped the R&B chart and broke through onto Top 40 radio, a format then dominated largely by white artists. He followed the song with #4 R&B hit Who’s Cheating Who? All three songs were featured on his album, We’re Gonna Make It, released that summer. Throughout the late 1960s Milton released a number of moderately successful singles, but did not issue a further album until 1969, with Grits Ain’t Groceries featuring his hit of the same name, as well as “Just a Little Bit” and “Baby, I Love You”. With the death of Leonard Chess the same year, Milton’s distributor, Checker Records fell into disarray, and Milton joined the Stax label two years later. [2] Adding complex orchestration to his works, Milton scored hits with “That’s What Love Will Make You Do” and “What It Is” from his live album, What It Is: Live at Montreux. He appeared in the documentary film, Wattstax, which was released in 1973. After leaving Stax, Milton struggled to maintain a career, moving first to Evidence, then the MCA imprint Mobile Fidelity Records, before finding a home at the independent record label, Malaco Records, where he remained for much of the remainder of his career. [2] His last hit single, “Age Ain’t Nothin’ But a Number, ” was released in 1983 from the album of the same name. [2] In 1988, Little Milton was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame and won a W. [2] His final album, Think of Me, was released in May 2005 on the Telarc imprint, and included writing and guitar on three songs by Peter Shoulder of the UK-based blues-rock trio Winterville. Miltons song “Let Me Down Easy” was recorded by the Spencer Davis Group on The Second Album (1965), but his authorship was not acknowledged on the record. He released a single of it himself in 1968 on Checker. [7] It was also chosen by Etta James as the final track in her final album The Dreamer in 2011. Milton died on August 4, 2005 from complications following a stroke. We’re Gonna Make It (1965, Checker) R&B #3 U. Sings Big Blues (1966, Checker). Grits Ain’t Groceries (1969, Chess) R&B #41 U. If Walls Could Talk (1970, MCA/Chess) R&B #23 U. Waiting for Little Milton (1973, Stax) (R&B #39). What It Is: Live at Montreux (1973, Stax). Blues’n’ Soul (1974, Stax) (R&B #45). Tin Pan Alley (1975, Stax). Friend of Mine (1976, Glades) (R&B #50). Me For You, You For Me (1977, Glades). Walkin’ the Back Streets (1981, Stax). The Blues Is Alright (1982, Evidence). Age Ain’t Nothin’ But a Number (1983, Mobile Fidelity) (R&B #53). Playing for Keeps (1984, Malaco) (R&B #55). I Will Survive (1985, Malaco). Annie Mae’s Cafe (1986, Malaco). Movin’ to the Country (1987, Malaco). Back to Back (1988, Malaco) (R&B #73). Too Much Pain (1990, Malaco) (R&B #40). Reality (1991, Malaco) (R&B #57). I Need Your Love So Bad (1991, Golden Ear). Strugglin’ Lady (1992, Malaco) (R&B #63). I’m a Gambler (1994, Malaco). Live at Westville Prison (1995, Delmark). Cheatin’ Habit (1996, Malaco) (Blues #14). For Real (1998, Malaco) (Blues #13). Welcome to Little Milton (1999, Malaco) (Blues #10). Feel It (2001, Malaco). Guitar Man (2002, Malaco) (Blues #8). The Blues Is Alright: Live at Kalamazoo (2004, Varèse Sarabande). Think of Me (2005, Telarc) (Blues #14). Live at the North Atlantic Blues Festival: His Last Concert (2006 Camil). “So Mean to Me” (1962) (R&B #14). “Blind Man” (1965) (R&B #86). “We’re Gonna Make It” (1965) R&B #1 U. Who’s Cheating Who? (1965) R&B #4 U. “Man Loves Two” (1966) (R&B #45). “We Got the Winning Hand” (1966) U. “Feel So Bad” (1967) R&B #7, U. “I’ll Never Turn My Back on You” (1967) (R&B #31). “Let Me Down Easy” (1968) (R&B #27). “More and More” (1968) (R&B #45). “Grits Ain’t Groceries” (1969) R&B #13, U. “Just a Little Bit” (1969) R&B #13, U. “Baby, I Love You” (1970) R&B #6, U. “If Walls Could Talk” (1970) R&B #10, U. “Somebody’s Changin’ My Sweet Baby’s Mind” (1970) (R&B #22). “I Play Dirty” (1971) (R&B #37). “If That Ain’t a Reason” (1971) (R&B #41). “That’s What Love Will Make You Do” (1972) R&B #9, U. “What It Is” (1973) (R&B #51). “Behind Closed Doors” (1974) (R&B #31). “Tin Pan Alley” (1974) (R&B #51). “Let Me Back In” (1974) (R&B #38). “If You Talk In Your Sleep” (1975) (R&B #34). “Friend of Mine” (1976) (R&B #15). “Baby, It Ain’t No Way” (1977) (R&B #94). “Loving You” (1977) (R&B #47). “Just One Step” (1977) (R&B #59). “Age Ain’t Nothin’ But a Number” (1983) (R&B #89). Greatest Hits (1972, MCA/Chess). Sun Masters (1990, Rounder). Welcome to the Club: The Essential Chess Recordings (1994, MCA/Chess). The Complete Stax Singles (1994, Fantasy). Stand By Me: The Blues Collection [#48] (1995, Orbis). Greatest Hits (1995, Malaco). Rockin’ the Blues (1996, MCA Special). Greatest Hits (The Chess 50th Anniversary Collection) (1997, MCA/Chess). Chess Blues Guitar: Two Decades of Killer Fretwork (1998 MCA/Chess). Count the Days (1997, 601 Records). The Complete Checker Hit Singles (2001, Connoisseur Collection). Running Wild Blues (2006, Charly). Stax Profiles (2006, Stax). The Very Best of Little Milton (2007, Stax). Appearances on other albums. Jackie Ross: Take the Weight Off Me (Grapevine) Five duets with Ross. Albert King, Chico Hamilton, Little Milton: Montreux Festival (Stax 1974). Various artists: Vanthology: Tribute to Van Morrison (Evidence 2004) Milton covers Van Morrison’s “Tupelo Honey”. Jean Jacques Milteau: Memphis (Sunnyside) Milton sings Sting’s “If You Love Someone Set Them Free”. Scott: The Other Side of Me (Black Bud) Milton sings two duets with Scott. The Deep End, Volume 1 Milton sings “Soulshine” with Warren Haynes. Mulennium live album (3ple CD, 4ple vinyl, 2010, Evil Teen) recorded December 31, 1999 at the Roxy Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia. Willie Dixon: The Chess Box set, Milton performs “I Can’t Quit You Baby”. If you have questions about how to pay for this item please let me know. The item “1962 Little Milton Blues Concert Window Card Poster Fontella Bass Oliver Sain” is in sale since Friday, February 14, 2020. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Blues\Posters”. The seller is “timomills” and is located in Lincoln, Nebraska. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: 22″ x 14″
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

1962 Little Milton Blues Concert Window Card Poster Fontella Bass Oliver Sain
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ALBERT COLLINS Sick’s Seattle Stadium 1975 CONCERT POSTER Blues BENEFIT Show

ALBERT COLLINS Sick's Seattle Stadium 1975 CONCERT POSTER Blues BENEFIT Show

ALBERT COLLINS Sick's Seattle Stadium 1975 CONCERT POSTER Blues BENEFIT Show
THIS ITEM WILL BE MAILED FLAT. The item “ALBERT COLLINS Sick’s Seattle Stadium 1975 CONCERT POSTER Blues BENEFIT Show” is in sale since Saturday, June 9, 2018. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Blues\Posters”. The seller is “slcd.com” and is located in THE WILD WILD WEST !!!. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: 15″ x 22″
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

ALBERT COLLINS Sick's Seattle Stadium 1975 CONCERT POSTER Blues BENEFIT Show
BUTTERFIELD_BLUES_BAND_BG_72_FILLMORE_1967_concert_poster_BILL_GRAHAM_NM_01_avm

BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND BG 72 FILLMORE 1967 concert poster BILL GRAHAM NM

BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND BG 72 FILLMORE 1967 concert poster BILL GRAHAM NM

BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND BG 72 FILLMORE 1967 concert poster BILL GRAHAM NM
BG 72-OP1 concert poster. Rare vintage 1st printing concert poster created for Shows at the Fillmore in San Francisco, CA on July 11-161967 produced by Bill Graham / BGP. Art by Bonnie MacLean. Format: 14×21 (36×53 cm). Will be sent safely rolled inserted in a sturdy cardboard tube. This is one of the many movie and music posters which can be found at ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY – ART THAT POPS! A brand new online poster gallery devoted to the celebration of the poster artists behind the art of the movie, music and comic book. We only sell Vintage and rare posters (no cheap reproductions). Specialized in art by Robert McGinnis , Ray (Raymond Elseviers), Frank McCarthy, Hans Hillmann, David O’Daniel, Todd Slater, Jack Kirby, Jim Steranko, Marvel Third Eye Black light, Rick Griffin… As well as Steve McQueen, Audrey Hepburn, Clint Eastwood, Steve McQueen, Alain Delon, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Sophia Loren, Paul Newman, Raquel Welch and many other actors and actresses and Italian fotobusta (photobusta), Japanese B2 posters, Belgian posters, French posters, Italian fotobusta (photobusta), German A1 posters, Fillmore posters, Family Dog posters, complete set of Munich 1972 Olympics posters and many more colorful images which can be discovered on the site. Watch the other listings. For larger quantities, a separate invoice will be sent. Feel free to contact the gallery for any queries/questions. Thanks for your business. ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY – Art That Pops! The item “BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND BG 72 FILLMORE 1967 concert poster BILL GRAHAM NM” is in sale since Wednesday, December 5, 2018. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists G\Graham, Bill\Posters”. The seller is “illustractiongallery” and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Featured Refinements: Fillmore Poster
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND BG 72 FILLMORE 1967 concert poster BILL GRAHAM NM
ANN_ARBOR_1973_BLUES_JAZZ_FESTIVAL_concert_poster_GARY_GRIMSHAW_RAY_CHARLES_01_eszu

ANN ARBOR 1973 BLUES & JAZZ FESTIVAL concert poster GARY GRIMSHAW RAY CHARLES

ANN ARBOR 1973 BLUES & JAZZ FESTIVAL concert poster GARY GRIMSHAW RAY CHARLES

ANN ARBOR 1973 BLUES & JAZZ FESTIVAL concert poster GARY GRIMSHAW RAY CHARLES
ANN ARBOR JAZZ AND BLUES FESTIVAL (1973). Vintage and rare concert poster beautifully designed by GARY GRIMSHAW advertising the 1973 edition of the Jazz and Blues Festival concerts starring RAY CHARLES. Format: 21.5×33 (54×84 cm). Condition: Very Fine-Near Mint. Will be sent safely rolled in a sturdy cardboard tube. For larger quantities, a separate invoice will be sent. This is one of the many movie and music posters which can be found at ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY – ART THAT POPS! A brand new online poster gallery devoted to the celebration of the poster artists behind the art of the movie, music and comic book. We only sell Vintage and rare posters (no cheap reproductions). Specialized in art by Robert McGinnis Ray (Raymond Elseviers), Frank McCarthy, Hans Hillmann, Jack Kirby, Marvel Third Eye Black light… As well as Steve McQueen, Audrey Hepburn, Clint Eastwood, Steve McQueen, Alain Delon, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Brigitte Bardot, Sophia Loren, Catherine Deneuve, Paul Newman, Raquel Welch and many other actors and actresses and Italian fotobusta (photobusta), Japanese B2 posters, Belgian posters, French posters, German A1 posters, Fillmore posters, Family Dog posters, Airlines and travel posters, Munich 1972 Olympics posters and many more colorful images which can be discovered on the site. Watch the other listings. Feel free to contact the gallery for any queries/questions. Thanks for your business. ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY – Art That Pops! The item “ANN ARBOR 1973 BLUES & JAZZ FESTIVAL concert poster GARY GRIMSHAW RAY CHARLES” is in sale since Wednesday, May 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Blues\Posters”. The seller is “illustractiongallery” and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

ANN ARBOR 1973 BLUES & JAZZ FESTIVAL concert poster GARY GRIMSHAW RAY CHARLES
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1951 BIG BILL BROONZY Concert BLUES Poster ORIGINAL JAZZ Festival FRANCE Abstrac

1951 BIG BILL BROONZY Concert BLUES Poster ORIGINAL JAZZ Festival FRANCE Abstrac
1951 BIG BILL BROONZY Concert BLUES Poster ORIGINAL JAZZ Festival FRANCE Abstrac
1951 BIG BILL BROONZY Concert BLUES Poster ORIGINAL JAZZ Festival FRANCE Abstrac
1951 BIG BILL BROONZY Concert BLUES Poster ORIGINAL JAZZ Festival FRANCE Abstrac
1951 BIG BILL BROONZY Concert BLUES Poster ORIGINAL JAZZ Festival FRANCE Abstrac
1951 BIG BILL BROONZY Concert BLUES Poster ORIGINAL JAZZ Festival FRANCE Abstrac
1951 BIG BILL BROONZY Concert BLUES Poster ORIGINAL JAZZ Festival FRANCE Abstrac
1951 BIG BILL BROONZY Concert BLUES Poster ORIGINAL JAZZ Festival FRANCE Abstrac
1951 BIG BILL BROONZY Concert BLUES Poster ORIGINAL JAZZ Festival FRANCE Abstrac
1951 BIG BILL BROONZY Concert BLUES Poster ORIGINAL JAZZ Festival FRANCE Abstrac
1951 BIG BILL BROONZY Concert BLUES Poster ORIGINAL JAZZ Festival FRANCE Abstrac
1951 BIG BILL BROONZY Concert BLUES Poster ORIGINAL JAZZ Festival FRANCE Abstrac

1951 BIG BILL BROONZY Concert BLUES Poster ORIGINAL JAZZ Festival FRANCE Abstrac
Here is an exceptionally rare original Big Bill Broonzy poster for a concert that he did a a Jazz Festival at the Grand Casino in Menton in the South East of France along the French Riviera. It is for a show he did Wednesday Aug. Here is the story of how I came to unknowingly aquire this gem. A few years ago I was at a record show and picked up a copy of the 1950s 10 Big Bill Broonzy Sings the Blues. I bought a lot of records that day and when I got home I filed it in my collection with the intention of listening to it at a later date. Well it sate for a few years before I actually got around to listening to it. When I finally did take it out of the sleeve and give it a spin, the sleeve still seemed thick. I looked inside and saw what I thought was just a info flyer/liner notes that came with the record. I was gobsmacked when I unfolded it to see this fantastic poster. The poster measures Approximately by 15 inches by 22 ½ inches. I have taken pictures with a tape measure in them to give you an idea of size. The Poster was printed by the Imp. Delecluse Roubaix company as indicated at the bottom of the poster. My French is rusty but I believe it translates roughly to The Prestigious Black American Singer, Guitarist Big Bill Broonzy. It features a fantastic abstract image of a guitar and a photo image of Big Bill himself at the centre of an Ace of Spades playing card. I doubt this was ever put up anywhere as the red color is very vibrant and over all the print is very strong, which is probably due from being stored folded up away from light for so many years. What I did find on the internet was a story written by someone who apparently attended this very show. He did a fairly extensive tour of Europe (France, England and Germany to name a few) in 1951 where he gained a large following. It does have the fold marks, as well as some wrinkling and edge wear here and there. There are four smaller pieces of paper adhered near the back corners and one small pinhole at the top front right corner. It is free from major tears or rips and I think displays exceptionally well for a piece of this age. I have taken several photos of the front and back with close ups, for you to be able to judge condition for yourself. I have spent a couple of years looking to find another, or even a poster comparable to this without much luck. I doubt many survived, let alone made it overseas intact. It is one of the coolest posters I have ever seen let alone one for a Blues / Folk legends such as Big Bill. He stands shoulder to shoulder with the early legends of American Blues such as Leadbelly , Robert Johnson he filled in for Robert Johnson at a 1938 Carnegie Hall concert put on by John H. Hammond when Johnson unexpectedly died , Son House and Charley Patton. Several of his songs were covered by the likes of Muddy Waters and others later at Chess. Eric Clapton, Ronnie Wood, Ray Davies and many others have claimed him as a major influence of their careers. I doubt you will get a chance to see another, let alone acquire one in your lifetime. The poster will be posted folded as I found it. Due to my remote location, work. Its unfortunate but unavoidable. The item “1951 BIG BILL BROONZY Concert BLUES Poster ORIGINAL JAZZ Festival FRANCE Abstrac” is in sale since Tuesday, September 10, 2019. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Blues\Posters”. The seller is “the-seeker-kid” and is located in Niagara Falls, New York. 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, Panama, Jamaica, Iceland, Sri lanka, Viet nam, Uruguay.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: France
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Leadbelly: Robert Johnson

1951 BIG BILL BROONZY Concert BLUES Poster ORIGINAL JAZZ Festival FRANCE Abstrac
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Original Vintage Poster BLUES PROJECT 1967 Moscoso Concert NR #6 1st Printing

Original Vintage Poster BLUES PROJECT 1967 Moscoso Concert NR #6 1st Printing
Original Vintage Poster BLUES PROJECT 1967 Moscoso Concert NR #6 1st Printing
Original Vintage Poster BLUES PROJECT 1967 Moscoso Concert NR #6 1st Printing
Original Vintage Poster BLUES PROJECT 1967 Moscoso Concert NR #6 1st Printing
Original Vintage Poster BLUES PROJECT 1967 Moscoso Concert NR #6 1st Printing
Original Vintage Poster BLUES PROJECT 1967 Moscoso Concert NR #6 1st Printing

Original Vintage Poster BLUES PROJECT 1967 Moscoso Concert NR #6 1st Printing
Condition: Very Good / Good (edge and corner wear, tears, creasing, crinkling; multiple staple holes each corner; some creasing in image; some light toning/staining en verso but does not appear to bleed through; few small creases/indentations in image). Dimensions: 14.75 x 20 in. / 37.5 x 50.8 cm. “BLUES PROJECT – FEB 13-FEB 16 – MATRIX 3138 FILLMORE SAN FRANCISCO – MINORS WELCOME”. Plate signed by its artist. And printed by NEON ROSE. THIS IS THE FIRST PRINTING GREEN/BLUE/PINK VERSION OF THIS POSTER – IT IS #6 IN MOSCOSO’S NEON ROSE SET. As indicated above, this poster is in Very Good / Good condition with bright vivid colors. Edge and corner wear, tears, creasing, crinkling; multiple staple holes each corner; some creasing in image; some light toning/staining en verso but does not appear to bleed through; few small creases/indentations in image. Please contact me with any questions you hav. E and thanks for looking! INTERNATIONAL BUYERS – PLEASE NOTE. Condition Grading Explained (All flaws/defects are described above to the best of my ability). Near mint condition with, if any, only the most minor detectable flaws. Excellent / Very Good. Only the most minor of imperfections, including at most a few items on this non-exhaustive list: pinholes in four corners, tiny areas of staining/foxing, surface abrasions, smudge marks, very minor edge/corner wear/tears and paper loss, small area of light unobtrusive writing, subtle and minor creasing, paper lifting and chipping. Very Good : A nicely preserved poster that has more flaws than the higher grades; if the imperfections are within the image, they are not very distracting or may be in the blank borders where they will not show when displayed. Very Good / Good : Clear imperfections are evident and likely noticeable if located within the image but not very distracting. Good : Item with significant defects/imperfections; very noticeable if within the image and even more significant if in the borders. Fair : Major significant imperfections. The item “Original Vintage Poster BLUES PROJECT 1967 Moscoso Concert NR #6 1st Printing” is in sale since Tuesday, May 28, 2019. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists D\Doors\Posters”. The seller is “chicago_vintage_posters” and is located in Chicago, Illinois. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: 14.75″ x 20″
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Original Vintage Poster BLUES PROJECT 1967 Moscoso Concert NR #6 1st Printing
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