JOSEPH "COUNTRY JOE" McDONALD - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH 09/18/1970 CO-SIGNED BY: LES PAUL, JEFFERSON AIRPLANE (MARTY BALIN), NEW RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE (DAVID NELSON), BLUE CHEER (DICKIE PETERSON), JOHN KAY, GARY DUNCAN, RUDY MEISNER, BILLY COX, IAN "MAC" MCLAGAN, SPENCER DAVIS, RICHIE FURAY, DAVID LAFLAMME, ERIC ANDERSEN, BUDDY CAGE, DAVID FRIEBURG, TOM CONSTANTEN - HFSID 277409
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JOSEPH "COUNTRY JOE" McDONALD - PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED 09/18/1970 CO-SIGNED BY: LES PAUL, DAVID NELSON, JOHN KAY, BONNIE BRAMLETT, GARY DUNCAN, RANDY MEISNER, BILLY COX, MARTY BALIN, DICKIE PETERSON, IAN "MAC" MCLAGAN, SPENCER DAVIS, RICHIE FURAY, DAVID LAFLAMME, ERIC ANDERSON, BUDDY CAGE, DAVID FREIBERG, TOM CONSTANTEN
B/w 11x14 photo of the famous New York City music venue signed by a Who's Who of 1960s and 1970s rock, including Country Joe, the founders of the Eagles and Jefferson Airplane and electric guitar innovator Les Paul
Photograph signed "Billy Cox", "Marty Balin", "John Kay", "Randy Meisner", "David Nelson", "Dickie Petersen", "Eric Andersen", "Country Joe", "David Freiberg", "Les Paul", "Buddy Cage", "Bonnie Bramlett", "Gary Duncan", "Ian McLagan 'Mac'", "Richie Faray", "Spencer Davis", "David LaFlamme", "Tom Constanten", all in blue ink. B/w, 11x14. This photo of New York City's Fillmore East, dated nine days 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, founder of Jefferson Airplane;JOSEPH "COUNTRY JOE" MCDONALD, lead singer of Country Joe & the Fish; electric guitar innovator and Top 40 musicianLES PAUL; DAVID NELSON andBUDDY CAGE ofthe New Riders of the Purple Sage (Cage would replace Jerry Garcia on NRPS one year after this photo was signed); RICHIE FURAY of Buffalo Springfield;JOHN KAYof Steppenwolf;TOM CONSTANTEN of the Grateful Dead;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;BONNIE BRAMLETT of Delaney & Bramlett; IAN "MAC" MCLAGAN of Small Faces and Faces; singer/songwriter ERIC ANDERSEN; SPENSER DAVIS, founder of the Spenser Davis Group; DAVID LAFLAMME, founder of It's a Beautiful Day and the first incarnation of Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks; and DICKIE PETERSON of Blue Cheer. 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. Fine condition.
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