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In Concert 1976 Original Black Light Poster 23 x 35

In Concert 1976 Original Black Light Poster 23 x 35
In Concert 1976 Original Black Light Poster 23 x 35
In Concert 1976 Original Black Light Poster 23 x 35

In Concert 1976 Original Black Light Poster 23 x 35
In Concert 1976 Original Black Light Poster 23 x 35. Original “In Concert” Black Light Poster. Great for the collector. Size: 23″ x 35″. Type: Original Out of Print Black Light Poster. Condition: Fair Condition, small tear on left border and natural wear. The item “In Concert 1976 Original Black Light Poster 23 x 35″ is in sale since Saturday, August 24, 2019. This item is in the category “Art\Art Posters”. The seller is “posteramerica” and is located in Santee, California. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Australia.
  • Color: Black

In Concert 1976 Original Black Light Poster 23 x 35
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Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print

Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print

Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Numbered – #xxx /500. 18″ x 24″ – beautiful silkscreen poster. THIS POSTER IS IN MINT CONDITION. The item “Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print” is in sale since Tuesday, January 28, 2020. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists P\Pink Floyd\Posters”. The seller is “lowbrowlimited_com” and is located in Mechanicsville, Virginia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Memorabilia Type: Poster

Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print
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THE DOORS 1967 CROSSTOWN BUS CONCERT POSTER Unknown Variant LIGHT MY FIRE ERA

THE DOORS 1967 CROSSTOWN BUS CONCERT POSTER Unknown Variant LIGHT MY FIRE ERA
THE DOORS 1967 CROSSTOWN BUS CONCERT POSTER Unknown Variant LIGHT MY FIRE ERA
THE DOORS 1967 CROSSTOWN BUS CONCERT POSTER Unknown Variant LIGHT MY FIRE ERA

THE DOORS 1967 CROSSTOWN BUS CONCERT POSTER Unknown Variant LIGHT MY FIRE ERA
A previously unknown version of the rare original concert poster advertising two August, 1967 shows by The Doors at Boston’s short-lived Crosstown Bus. Just weeks before these shows, “Light My Fire” spent three weeks at the top of the Billboard Charts. As a Boston history website noted. The Doors were booked at the Crosstown Bus in Brighton Center as a new promising act but by the time they performed at the Crosstown Bus, they were stars. We acquired this unique poster from a former Crosstown Bus employee, who acquired it before the Doors shows. The final poster for this show was printed in three colors, black, green and red. This unknown variant was printed in black and green, but it is not simply a two color version, as the green on this version was printed using a darker ink than on the three color version. The three color version is shown here for comparison. The Crosstown Bus employee told us the poster was designed by Jim Phillips. He recalled the two color version and the three color one arrived at the venue for the artist to approve and or make changes–they were printed the same day, or same time–I cannot account for the printing difference in the green one–the poster with the 3 colors is ultimately how the poster was printed and replicated and the one with 2 colors was a test or proof or some other early version of the final version–and I have never seen another one like it. Printed on thick matte stock, the poster is in near mint condition, and has undergone some expert restoration to remove old clear tape stains on the edges. The colors are bright and bold and it will frame beautifully. 16 3/4″ x 21 3/4″. A rare and important early Doors poster, acquired from the original owner. Some reviews of the Doors Crosstown Bus shows. Singer Jim Morrison was like an unleashed psychopath, staggering around and sprawling on the stage, looking to be in a shamanistic frenzy (bigger eyeballs I’ve never seen) and establishing an explosive tone of hurt and anger, ending in catharsis. Pianist Ray Manzarek played his dapper opposite – a Van Cliburn character who acted straight enough to be in a classical piano competition until you looked further at his granny glasses, and realized he was an emissary from Pluto. Guitarist Robbie Kreiger, meanwhile, was a shy, poetic figure in the background. The first time I saw them was at the short lived Crosstown Bus in Brighton, a psychedelic atmosphere complete with absurd silver foil covering the walls and go-go girls in cages. Steve Morse – Boston Globe. Morrison’s descent wasn’t pretty, but anyone who saw him in his prime saw a visually unsettling psychodrama. I caught him twice — once in Providence and once at the short-lived Brighton club the Crosstown Bus, where he writhed on his back and assumed a fetal position at times, while go-go dancers boogied in cages and lights reflected off tinfoil placed on the walls. The band often just vamped behind him, as he rolled his trance like eyes, twitched and paused for occasional silences to rivet attention. It was a strange, wondrous and occasionally terrifying experience as he muttered, moaned and then exploded to life during the songs’ climaxes. Sadly, the Crosstown Bus lasted only last a few months but it has a place in Rock and Roll history because of the Doors concert. The Hallucinations fronted by Peter Wolf (before J Geils Band) had the distinction of being the last act to play there. Peter Wolf said We had to go down the fire escape with a lot of equipment because they didn’t have the right licenses and the cops were coming in to bust the place. Recordmecca’s clients include the Smithsonian Institution, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Experience Music Project, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the Victoria & Albert Museum. Recordmecca’s Jeff Gold was named by Rolling Stone as one of 5 Top Collectors of High-End Music Memorabilia. He authenticated previously unknown Bob Dylan manuscripts for PBS’s History Detectives, appeared as a featured appraiser on VH1’s Rock Collectors, and has been profiled as a top dealer and collector in the books Vinyl Junkies and Retromania: Pop Culture’s Addiction to it’s Own Past. Gold is author of the acclaimed books Total Chaos: The Story of The Stooges/As Told By Iggy Pop; and 101 Essential Rock Records: The Golden Age of Vinyl a survey of seminal rock albums, featuring contributions from David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Johnny Marr and Graham Nash. Check our feedback; you’ll see that we are dedicated to providing superior customer service and follow through. We guarantee everything we sell to be authentic with no time limit. The item “THE DOORS 1967 CROSSTOWN BUS CONCERT POSTER Unknown Variant LIGHT MY FIRE ERA” is in sale since Wednesday, January 29, 2020. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists D\Doors\Posters”. The seller is “recordmecca” and is located in Venice, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: 16 3/4″ x 21 3/4″.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

THE DOORS 1967 CROSSTOWN BUS CONCERT POSTER Unknown Variant LIGHT MY FIRE ERA
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Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print

Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print

Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Numbered – #xxx /500. 18″ x 24″ – beautiful silkscreen poster. THIS POSTER IS IN MINT CONDITION. The item “Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print” is in sale since Friday, September 27, 2019. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists P\Pink Floyd\Posters”. The seller is “lowbrowlimited_com” and is located in Mechanicsville, Virginia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Memorabilia Type: Poster

Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Pink Floyd Black Light Print

Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print

Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print

Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
ROGER WATERS US AND THEM NORTH AMERICAN TOUR 2017. PRISM VARIANT ARTIST EDITION BLACKLIGHT RESPONSIVE COLOR VARIANT. 18×24 signed/numbered run of 100 on a natural/cream paper. 100% official limited edition item, signed and numbered by the poster artist. The item “Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print” is in sale since Friday, May 4, 2018. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists P\Pink Floyd\Posters”. The seller is “pepperoniprints” and is located in Atlanta, Georgia. 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, 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.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Memorabilia Type: Poster

Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print

Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print

Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print

Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print
ROGER WATERS US AND THEM NORTH AMERICAN TOUR 2017. PRISM VARIANT ARTIST EDITION BLACKLIGHT RESPONSIVE COLOR VARIANT. 18×24 signed/numbered run of 100 on a natural/cream paper. 100% official limited edition item, signed and numbered by the poster artist. The item “Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print” is in sale since Wednesday, April 04, 2018. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists P\Pink Floyd\Posters”. The seller is “pepperoniprints” and is located in Atlanta, Georgia. 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, 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.
  • Memorabilia Type: Poster
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Roger Waters Us and Them Concert Poster 2017 Signed Pink Floyd Black Light Print

Original CARLOS SANTANA 2005 Embrace Your Light Tour 19 x13 Concert Posters

Original CARLOS SANTANA 2005 Embrace Your Light Tour 19 x13 Concert Posters

Original CARLOS SANTANA 2005 Embrace Your Light Tour 19 x13 Concert Posters
Incredibly colorful Santana posters created for the 2005 Embrace Your Light Tour. This beautiful collage of images contains meaningful symbols and images near and dear to Carlos heart. Art by Eric Gottesman of Pasadena, CA. This poster was issued for 20 different Tour Locations. MERRIWEATHER POST PAVILLION, Columbia, MD 6/07. BORGATA RESORT SPA & CASINO, Atlantic City, NJ 6/11 – 12. PNC BANK ARTS CENTER, Holmdel, NJ 6/14. MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, New York, NY 6/15. TWEETER CENTER, Mansfield, MA 6/17. BELL CENTRE, Montreal, QC 6/21. COLISEE PEPSI ARENA, Quebec City, QC 6/22. THE MOLSON AMPHITHEATRE, Toronto, ON 6/24. DTE ENERGY MUSIC THEATRE, Clarkston, MI 6/25. BLOSSOM MUSIC CENTER, Cuyahoga Hills, OH 6/26. XCEL ENERGY CENTER, St. VERIZON WIRELESS MUSIC CENTER, Noblesville, IN 7/01. TASTE OF CHICAGO, Chicago, IL 7/02. MARCUS AMPHITHEATRE, Milwaukee, WI 7/03. The item “Original CARLOS SANTANA 2005 Embrace Your Light Tour 19 x13 Concert Posters” is in sale since Tuesday, September 05, 2017. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists G\Grateful Dead\Posters”. The seller is “bookmazecity” and is located in Staten Island, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: 19 x13 inch
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Original CARLOS SANTANA 2005 Embrace Your Light Tour 19 x13 Concert Posters

Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER

Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER
Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER
Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER
Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER

Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER
This poster is RARE and hard to find. 17″ x 25″ and is on cardboard stock paper. It now comes with a SECOND poster, an alternate version printed on thin paper with a sticker covering the part that originally advertised the free show on April 18th, instead now it advertises the Panic In The Streets home video. So you get two very cool WSP posters! If you are interested in just the thin poster we have that one listed on its own as well. WSP : 27 years ago this week, a singer everyone called J. A bass-playing future journalism school dropout and a guitarist nicknamed Panic for his bouts with anxiety went looking for a drummer for their next gig. After striking out with the usual suspects around Athens, Georgia, the three friends made an eleventh-hour call to a high-school band mate of the guitar player living in Atlanta, thinking he might still have his kit handy. A few days later, Todd Nance rolled up to the house at 320 King Avenue shared by John Bell, Michael Houser and David Schools in an old, beat-up white Maverick, his drums crammed into the back. After a night of rehearsing, the new quartet hopped onstage together for the first time the next day at the old Mad Hatter Ballroom to play a short set that opened with the Buffalo Springfield classic For What Its Worth. Widespread Panic was born. Within the year, Domingo Sunny Ortiz, a drummer new in town from Austin, Texas, began turning up at their regular Monday night gigs at the Uptown Lounge and never left. As weekly gigs morphed into regional tours, the band began to forge a sound unto themselves, a combination of Housers unorthodox guitar playing, Bells coarse growl, Nances rock-steady drumming, Schools lead bass playing, Ortizs multi-textured percussion coupled with a collective commitment to playing original songs from the outset and a willingness to walk the improvisational high wire night after night. Landslide Records came calling and Space Wrangler, Widespread Panics debut album, dropped in September 1988, the first copies of which were hand-delivered to the band by Col. Bruce Hampton, an area shaman, bandleader and early mentor. Former Dixie Dreg T Lavitz manned the keyboards for the bands self-titled follow-up released on Capricorn Records in July 1991, but it really wasnt until John Jojo Hermann a native New Yorker-turned-Mississippian equally snapped by the likes of Professor Longhair and Terry Adams – claimed the chair the following spring that the band felt like a true ensemble. With a new songwriter, vocalist and worthy onstage foil in Hermann in the fold, the bands lineup was set. The celebration for their first live album, Light Fuse, Get Away, drew more than 100,000 fans for a free show in downtown Athens and is still considered one of the largest CD-release parties in music history. By 2002, the band was one of Americas best and most sought-after rock acts, but rock n roll fairytales inevitably take a tragic turn. Michael Houser, Panics founding guitarist and inscrutable core, developed pancreatic cancer. The guitarist remained rooted at stage right until a few weeks before his death, delivering a spine-tingling, tear-jerking performance for the bands headlining spot at the inaugural Bonnaroo Arts & Music Festival. Eight weeks after leaving the road, Houser was gone, taking with him a unique musical signature that fans affectionately dubbed The Lingering Lead. An era was over. It wasnt until the summer of 2006 – when John Bell placed a call to an old friend to see if he might be interested in joining the band – that the wheels were put in motion for a new chapter in Widespread Panics history to begin. Jimmy Herring was no stranger to Widespread Panic when he got the call inviting him to join the band. A veteran of the Atlanta music scene, Jimmy first crossed paths with the band in the late 80s as the lead guitarist for Colonel Bruce Hampton and the Aquarium Rescue Unit. From the first flurry of notes at his very first show with the band the opening night of a four-show run at Radio City Music Hall that kicked off the bands 2006 fall tour Herring has re-energized Widespread Panic in the best way possible: by restoring a signature guitar sound to their music, returning a sense of balance to their ensemble and enabling the band to continue to incite, amaze and move people closer to joy. Nothing gold can stay, and no band understands that lesson better than Widespread Panic, but with Herring now in his seventh year in the fold and the band fresh off an ten-month hiatus and ready to roll, theres a palpable sense of renewed purpose and commitment and a rejuvenated enthusiasm within the band. That vibe the feeling that anything can and may happen is back with Widespread Panic. And it feels good. The item “Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER” is in sale since Saturday, November 26, 2016. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists W\Widespread Panic”. The seller is “oddtoe” and is located in Hayward, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Country//Region of Manufacture: United States

Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER

Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER

Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER
Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER
Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER
Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER

Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER
This poster is RARE and hard to find. 17″ x 25″ and is on cardboard stock paper. It now comes with a SECOND poster, an alternate version printed on thin paper with a sticker covering the part that originally advertised the free show on April 18th, instead now it advertises the Panic In The Streets home video. So you get two very cool WSP posters! If you are interested in just the thin poster we have that one listed on its own as well. WSP : 27 years ago this week, a singer everyone called J. A bass-playing future journalism school dropout and a guitarist nicknamed Panic for his bouts with anxiety went looking for a drummer for their next gig. After striking out with the usual suspects around Athens, Georgia, the three friends made an eleventh-hour call to a high-school band mate of the guitar player living in Atlanta, thinking he might still have his kit handy. A few days later, Todd Nance rolled up to the house at 320 King Avenue shared by John Bell, Michael Houser and David Schools in an old, beat-up white Maverick, his drums crammed into the back. After a night of rehearsing, the new quartet hopped onstage together for the first time the next day at the old Mad Hatter Ballroom to play a short set that opened with the Buffalo Springfield classic For What Its Worth. Widespread Panic was born. Within the year, Domingo Sunny Ortiz, a drummer new in town from Austin, Texas, began turning up at their regular Monday night gigs at the Uptown Lounge and never left. As weekly gigs morphed into regional tours, the band began to forge a sound unto themselves, a combination of Housers unorthodox guitar playing, Bells coarse growl, Nances rock-steady drumming, Schools lead bass playing, Ortizs multi-textured percussion coupled with a collective commitment to playing original songs from the outset and a willingness to walk the improvisational high wire night after night. Landslide Records came calling and Space Wrangler, Widespread Panics debut album, dropped in September 1988, the first copies of which were hand-delivered to the band by Col. Bruce Hampton, an area shaman, bandleader and early mentor. Former Dixie Dreg T Lavitz manned the keyboards for the bands self-titled follow-up released on Capricorn Records in July 1991, but it really wasnt until John Jojo Hermann a native New Yorker-turned-Mississippian equally snapped by the likes of Professor Longhair and Terry Adams – claimed the chair the following spring that the band felt like a true ensemble. With a new songwriter, vocalist and worthy onstage foil in Hermann in the fold, the bands lineup was set. The celebration for their first live album, Light Fuse, Get Away, drew more than 100,000 fans for a free show in downtown Athens and is still considered one of the largest CD-release parties in music history. By 2002, the band was one of Americas best and most sought-after rock acts, but rock n roll fairytales inevitably take a tragic turn. Michael Houser, Panics founding guitarist and inscrutable core, developed pancreatic cancer. The guitarist remained rooted at stage right until a few weeks before his death, delivering a spine-tingling, tear-jerking performance for the bands headlining spot at the inaugural Bonnaroo Arts & Music Festival. Eight weeks after leaving the road, Houser was gone, taking with him a unique musical signature that fans affectionately dubbed The Lingering Lead. An era was over. It wasnt until the summer of 2006 – when John Bell placed a call to an old friend to see if he might be interested in joining the band – that the wheels were put in motion for a new chapter in Widespread Panics history to begin. Jimmy Herring was no stranger to Widespread Panic when he got the call inviting him to join the band. A veteran of the Atlanta music scene, Jimmy first crossed paths with the band in the late 80s as the lead guitarist for Colonel Bruce Hampton and the Aquarium Rescue Unit. From the first flurry of notes at his very first show with the band the opening night of a four-show run at Radio City Music Hall that kicked off the bands 2006 fall tour Herring has re-energized Widespread Panic in the best way possible: by restoring a signature guitar sound to their music, returning a sense of balance to their ensemble and enabling the band to continue to incite, amaze and move people closer to joy. Nothing gold can stay, and no band understands that lesson better than Widespread Panic, but with Herring now in his seventh year in the fold and the band fresh off an ten-month hiatus and ready to roll, theres a palpable sense of renewed purpose and commitment and a rejuvenated enthusiasm within the band. That vibe the feeling that anything can and may happen is back with Widespread Panic. And it feels good. The item “Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER” is in sale since Saturday, November 26, 2016. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists W\Widespread Panic”. The seller is “oddtoe” and is located in Hayward, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Country//Region of Manufacture: United States

Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER

Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER

Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER
Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER
Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER
Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER

Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER
This poster is RARE and hard to find. 17″ x 25″ and is on cardboard stock paper. It now comes with a SECOND poster, an alternate version printed on thin paper with a sticker covering the part that originally advertised the free show on April 18th, instead now it advertises the Panic In The Streets home video. So you get two very cool WSP posters! If you are interested in just the thin poster we have that one listed on its own as well. WSP : 27 years ago this week, a singer everyone called J. A bass-playing future journalism school dropout and a guitarist nicknamed Panic for his bouts with anxiety went looking for a drummer for their next gig. After striking out with the usual suspects around Athens, Georgia, the three friends made an eleventh-hour call to a high-school band mate of the guitar player living in Atlanta, thinking he might still have his kit handy. A few days later, Todd Nance rolled up to the house at 320 King Avenue shared by John Bell, Michael Houser and David Schools in an old, beat-up white Maverick, his drums crammed into the back. After a night of rehearsing, the new quartet hopped onstage together for the first time the next day at the old Mad Hatter Ballroom to play a short set that opened with the Buffalo Springfield classic For What Its Worth. Widespread Panic was born. Within the year, Domingo Sunny Ortiz, a drummer new in town from Austin, Texas, began turning up at their regular Monday night gigs at the Uptown Lounge and never left. As weekly gigs morphed into regional tours, the band began to forge a sound unto themselves, a combination of Housers unorthodox guitar playing, Bells coarse growl, Nances rock-steady drumming, Schools lead bass playing, Ortizs multi-textured percussion coupled with a collective commitment to playing original songs from the outset and a willingness to walk the improvisational high wire night after night. Landslide Records came calling and Space Wrangler, Widespread Panics debut album, dropped in September 1988, the first copies of which were hand-delivered to the band by Col. Bruce Hampton, an area shaman, bandleader and early mentor. Former Dixie Dreg T Lavitz manned the keyboards for the bands self-titled follow-up released on Capricorn Records in July 1991, but it really wasnt until John Jojo Hermann a native New Yorker-turned-Mississippian equally snapped by the likes of Professor Longhair and Terry Adams – claimed the chair the following spring that the band felt like a true ensemble. With a new songwriter, vocalist and worthy onstage foil in Hermann in the fold, the bands lineup was set. The celebration for their first live album, Light Fuse, Get Away, drew more than 100,000 fans for a free show in downtown Athens and is still considered one of the largest CD-release parties in music history. By 2002, the band was one of Americas best and most sought-after rock acts, but rock n roll fairytales inevitably take a tragic turn. Michael Houser, Panics founding guitarist and inscrutable core, developed pancreatic cancer. The guitarist remained rooted at stage right until a few weeks before his death, delivering a spine-tingling, tear-jerking performance for the bands headlining spot at the inaugural Bonnaroo Arts & Music Festival. Eight weeks after leaving the road, Houser was gone, taking with him a unique musical signature that fans affectionately dubbed The Lingering Lead. An era was over. It wasnt until the summer of 2006 – when John Bell placed a call to an old friend to see if he might be interested in joining the band – that the wheels were put in motion for a new chapter in Widespread Panics history to begin. Jimmy Herring was no stranger to Widespread Panic when he got the call inviting him to join the band. A veteran of the Atlanta music scene, Jimmy first crossed paths with the band in the late 80s as the lead guitarist for Colonel Bruce Hampton and the Aquarium Rescue Unit. From the first flurry of notes at his very first show with the band the opening night of a four-show run at Radio City Music Hall that kicked off the bands 2006 fall tour Herring has re-energized Widespread Panic in the best way possible: by restoring a signature guitar sound to their music, returning a sense of balance to their ensemble and enabling the band to continue to incite, amaze and move people closer to joy. Nothing gold can stay, and no band understands that lesson better than Widespread Panic, but with Herring now in his seventh year in the fold and the band fresh off an ten-month hiatus and ready to roll, theres a palpable sense of renewed purpose and commitment and a rejuvenated enthusiasm within the band. That vibe the feeling that anything can and may happen is back with Widespread Panic. And it feels good. The item “Widespread Panic RARE Concert Poster Athens, GA Light Fuse get away w FREE POSTER” is in sale since Friday, July 25, 2014. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists W\Widespread Panic”. The seller is “oddtoe” and is located in Hayward, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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