FILLMORE WEST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: JOHN KAY, GARY DUNCAN, COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH (JOE McDONALD), SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE (CYNTHIA ROBINSON), SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE (JERRY MARTINI), YOUNG RASCALS (DINO DANELLI), YOUNG RASCALS (GENE CORNISH), RICK DERRINGER, POCO (PAUL COTTON), POCO (RUSTY YOUNG), THE DOORS (ROBBY KRIEGER) - HFSID 279754
Sale Price $1,190.00
FILLMORE WEST: ROBBIE KRIEGER, JOSEPH "COUNTRY JOE" MCDONALD, RICK
DERRINGER, BONNIE BRAMLETT, GENE CORNISH, DINO DANELLI, PAUL COTTON, GARY
DUNCAN, JOHN KAY, JERRY MARTINI, CYNTHIA ROBINSON, RUSTY YOUNG
B/w 13¾x10¾ photo of San Francisco's legendary concert hall Fillmore West, signed by a Who's Who of 1960s and 1970s rock, Robbie Krieger, co-founder of the Doors; as well as Country Joe McDonald, Rick Derringer and members of Sly and the Family Stone, Poco and the Rascals
Photograph signed "Paul/Cotton", "Gene Cornish", "Jerry Martini", "Cynthia/Robinson", "Rusty Young", "John/Kay", "Country Joe", "Bonnie/Bramlett/[musical notes]", "Robbie Krieger", "Gary Duncan/[astrological symbol of Mercury]", "Rick Deringer" and "Dino/Danelli", plus one unidentified signature, all in blue ink. B/w, 13¾x10¾. The signatures on this photo include guitarist ROBBIE KRIEGER, a charter member of the Doors; JOSEPH "COUNTRY JOE" MCDONALD, lead singer of Country Joe & the Fish; producer and guitarist RICK DERRINGER, who played with the McCoys, Johnny Winter and White Trash; GEORGE GRANTHAM, a founding member of Poco; GENE CORNISH and DINO DANELLI of the Rascals; JERRY MARTINI and CYNTHIA ROBINSON of Sly and the Family Stone; GARY DUNCAN of the Brogues and Quicksilver Messenger Service; BONNIE BRAMLETT of Delaney & Bramlett; PAUL COTTON of Illinois Speed Press and Poco; and steel guitarist RUSTY YOUNG. The Fillmore and Fillmore West were both focal points for the psychedelic music scene, with the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Quicksilver Messenger Service and Janis Joplin's Big Brother and the Holding Company as house bands in all but name. One of the best known concert halls of the 1960s, it attracted such diverse acts as County Joe McDonald and the Fish, Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Cream, the Who, Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker. Built in 1912 at Fillmore Street and Geary Boulevard in San Francisco, California, the Fillmore was originally the Majestic Academy of Dancing. It became, over the years, a dance hall, a roller skating rink and a venue for black performers alike James Brown and Ike and Tina Turner before moving to Market Street and South Van Ness Avenue in 1968 and being renamed the Fillmore West. Promoter Bill Graham managed the venue from 1965 until his death in 1991 and personally introduced each band. The Fillmore was reopened at its original Fillmore Street location in 1994. Lightly bowed and creased. Duncan's signature has low contrast in places but is legible. Cotton, Martini, Young, and Bramlett's signatures are lightly smeared in places, but legible. Light dent in lower left corner. Otherwise in fine condition.
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