FILLMORE EAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED POSTER CO-SIGNED BY: JETHRO TULL (MARTIN BARRE), TEN YEARS AFTER (RIC LEE), TEN YEARS AFTER (LEO LYONS), THREE DOG NIGHT (CHUCK NEGRON), CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL (DOUGLAS RAY CLIFFORD), JEFFERSON AIRPLANE (MARTY BALIN), THE KINKS (JIM RODFORD), JEFFERSON AIRPLANE (PAUL KANTNER), SHA NA NA (LENNIE BAKER), SHA NA NA (SCOTT "SCREAMIN SCOTT" SIMON), SHA NA NA (DON YORK), STEVE CROPPER, DUCK (DONALD) DUNN, NEW RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE (DAVID NELSON), GRATEFUL DEAD (TOM CONSTANTEN), WAR (LONNIE JORDAN), QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE (DAVID FRIEBERG), RICHIE FURAY, STEPPENWOLF (JOHN KAY), SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE (CYNTHIA ROBINSON), SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE (JERRY MARTINI), DEEP PURPLE (IAN PAICE), THE BYRDS (CHRIS HILLMAN), TURTLES, THE (MARK VOLMAN), THE - HFSID 285251
Sale Price $1,020.00
12x18 poster featuring 3 photo images of the Fillmore East theater in New York City. Signed by various pens by 38 musicians (from 26 bands) who performed there.
Poster titled "Bill Graham's Fillmore East", featuring three photos images. B/w, 12x18. Signed by: Paul Kantner and Marty Balin (Jefferson Airplane), John Kay (Steppenwolf), Chris Hillman (The Byrds), Chuck Negron (Three Dog Night), Richie Furay (Buffalo Springfield), Mark Volman and Howard Kaylan (The Turtles), Harvey Mandel and Larry 'The Mole' Taylor (Canned Heat), Tom Constanten (Grateful Dead), Donny York, Screamin' Scott Simon and Bowzer (Sha Na Na), David Nelson (New Riders of Purple Sage), David Frieberg (Quicksilver Messenger Service), Doug Cosmo Clifford (Creedence Clearwater Revival), Ric Lee and Leo Lyons (Ten Years After), Martin Gore (Jethro Tull), Sam Andrews ( Big Brother), Ian Paice and Roger Glover (Deep Purple), Barry Goldberg (Electric Flag), Rob Grille (Grass Roots), Steve Cropper and Donald 'Duck' Dunn (Booker T & the MGs), Mike Pinera (Blues Image and Iron Butterfly), David Sanborn (Butterfield Blues Band), Jerry Martini and Cynthia Robinson (Sly & the Family Stone), Lonnie Jordan (War), Tommy Shannon (Edgar Winter Band), Jim Fielder (Blood Sweat & Tears), Rod Argent (Argent), Jim Rodford (The Kinks), Tom Rush, and Jesse Colin Young. From 1968 to 1971, rock impresario Bill Graham operated the Fillmore East on 2nd Avenue in the East Village, known as "the Church of Rock and Roll." Graham, who had previously opened the Fillmore West in San Francisco, featured the leading rock bands in a theater which, despite its deceptively small fronting, could hold 2,700 fans. Because of its excellent acoustics, the Fillmore East was the site of many album recordings. In fine condition with some signatures overlapping.
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