FILLMORE EAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: DAVID NELSON, LES PAUL, JEFFERSON AIRPLANE (MARTY BALIN), JAMES TAYLOR, ARLO GUTHRIE, JOHN SEBASTIAN, JOSEPH "COUNTRY JOE" McDONALD, BLUE CHEER (DICKIE PETERSON), JOHN KAY, GARY DUNCAN, BILLY COX, RICHIE FURAY, DAVID LAFLAMME, DAVID FRIEBURG, TOM CONSTANTEN, SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE (CYNTHIA ROBINSON), SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE (JERRY MARTINI), RICK DERRINGER, POCO (PAUL COTTON), POCO (RUSTY YOUNG), RANDY MEISNER - HFSID 279470
FILLMORE EAST: RANDY MEISNER, MARTY BALIN, JOSEPH "COUNTRY JOE" McDONALD, LES PAUL, TOM CONSTANTEN, JAMES TAYLOR, DAVID NELSON, RICHIE FURAY, BILLY COX, RICK DERRINGER, GARY DUNCAN, DAVID FREIBURG,
Sale Price $1,700.00
FILLMORE EAST: RANDY MEISNER, MARTY BALIN, JOSEPH "COUNTRY JOE" McDONALD, LES PAUL, TOM CONSTANTEN, JAMES TAYLOR, DAVID NELSON, RICHIE FURAY, BILLY COX, RICK DERRINGER, GARY DUNCAN, DAVID FREIBURG, ARLO GUTHRIE, JOHN KAY, DAVID LAFLAMME, JERRY MARTINI, CYNTHIA ROBINSON, DICKIE PETERSON, PAUL COTTON, JOHN SEBASTIAN, RUSTY YOUNG B/w 10¾x13¾ photo of New York City's legendary concert hall Fillmore East, signed by a Who's Who of 1960s and 1970s rock, including Randy Meisner, a co-founder of the Eagles; Marty Balin, co-founder of Jefferson Airplane; as well as Country Joe McDonald, Arlo Guthrie, Les Paul, Rick Derringer and 15 other rock stars Photograph signed "Billy Cox", "Marty Balin", "Arlo Guthrie", "Randy Meisner", "Rusty Young", "John/Kay", "Dickie Peterson", "Tom Constanten", "Gary Duncan/[pictograph]", "Les Paul", "David Freiberg/[pictograph]", "Jerry Martini", "James Taylor", "Country Joe/[peace symbol]", "John Sebastian", "Richie/Furay", "David Nelson", "Richard Derringer", "Paul Cotton", "David LaFlamme" and "Cynthia/Robinson", all in blue ink. B/w, 10¾x13¾. Dated in unknown hand: "9-18-70". This photo of New York City's Fillmore East, dated less than a year before the music venue closed, is signed by a Who's Who of late 1960's and early 1970's rock. The signatures on this photo include RANDY MEISNER, founder of the Eagles; MARTY BALIN, co-founder of Jefferson Airplane; JOSEPH "COUNTRY JOE" MCDONALD, lead singer of Country Joe & the Fish; electric guitar innovator and Top 40 musician LES PAUL; TOM CONSTANTEN of the Grateful Dead; Grammy-winning singer-songwriter JAMES TAYLOR; folk singer ARLO GUTHRIE; DAVID NELSON (1936-2011) of the New Riders of the Purple Sage; RICHIE FURAY of the Buffalo Springfield; JOHN KAY of Steppenwolf; producer and guitarist RICK DERRINGER, who played with the McCoys, Johnny Winter and White Trash; JERRY MARTINI and CYNTHIA ROBINSON of Sly and the Family Stone; DAVID FREIBERG of Quicksilver Messenger Service; GARY DUNCAN of the Brogues and Quicksilver Messenger Service; BILLY COX, who played bass in Jimi Hendrix's band Band of Gypsys; JOHN SEBASTIAN of The Lovin' Spoonful; singer/songwriter DAVID LAFLAMME, founder of It's a Beautiful Day and the first incarnation of Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks; DICKIE PETERSON of Blue Cheer; PAUL COTTON of Illinois Speed Press and Poco; and steel guitarist RUSTY YOUNG. Jefferson Airplane and Quicksilver Messenger Service were two of the many bands to alternate between the New York location and the Fillmore West in San Francisco. Rock promoter Bill Graham opened the Fillmore East in New York City on March 8, 1968, at a site formerly occupied by a Yiddish theater and then a run-down movie house, in order to have an East Coast complement his Fillmore West in San Francisco. The Fillmore East held its last concert on June 27, 1971, but in its slightly over three years it featured performances by many of rock's established and emerging stars, as well as jazz and folk performances. Several live performances at the Fillmore East were turned into record albums. Although the site of the 3,664-seat auditorium is now occupied by an apartment house, a Fillmore East Preservation Society helps keep its legend alive. Lightly bowed. Signatures cross and touch. Paul, Nelson and LaFlamme's signatures are lightly smeared in places but legible. Nelson and LaFlamme's signatures are lightened in places but legible. Random ink stains. Otherwise, fine condition.
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