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Related Articles   Merchandise vs. Memorabilia by Jacob Grossi, ConcertPosterArt.com

In the world of concert posters some good examples of memorabilia are punk flyers, telephone pole posters, early mimeograph handouts, one-color flyers. Extending out from concert posters you might get into ticket stubs, stage used setlists, performer or venue contracts, menus from famous clubs, clothing and instruments...

READ MORE Art Of Rock Poster Collecting by Jacob Grossi, ConcertPosterArt.com

In recent years the field of concert poster art has expanded greatly, leaving many collectors to wonder just what is an original concert poster. Sadly, the most significant and true to form material is often getting buried in the masses of colorful oversized commercial posters, unauthorized posters, and reprinted material...

READ MORE Blues Legend B.B. King Opens Museum in Mississippi Hometown by Randy Lewis, LA Times

Listen to what the blues master has to say about the -million museum bearing his name that's slated to open Saturday in the small Mississippi Delta town where he sweated for a few cents a day picking cotton nearly eight decades ago.

READ MORE Family of Leadbelly Preserves Legacy of the Blues Legend, museum and music archive to open by Eron Edgemon, Murfreesboro Post

The organization dedicated to preserving the music of legendary blues and folk musician Huddie Ledbetter, better known as Lead Belly, hopes to have a music archive and museum open in Murfreesboro within five years...

READ MORE Collecting Vintage Newspaper Concert Ads by Jacob Grossi, ConcertPosterArt.com

ConcertPosterArt.com has one of the largest collections or music related vintage newspaper advertisements in the world, featuring many items which simply do not exist any other collection. In the past few years we have supplied ads to many reasearchers, biographers...

READ MORE History Of Concert Posters As Merchandise by Jacob Grossi, 2008, ConcertPosterArt.com

Bill Graham was perhaps the first person the capitalize on the concert poster as a combined promotional and merchandising tool. Prior to Bill Graham, concert posters were for the most part strictly a promotional tool.

READ MORE Collecting Original Punk Rock Flyers by Jacob Grossi, ConcertPosterArt.com 2008

Punk flyers were the perfect piss off, in your face response the psychedelic era posters of the 1960's. Printing was done on zerox machines, photo-offset, or offset for larger shows. Ranging in style from cut and past ransom-note collages to the handrawn images of Raymond Pettibon, Pushead and...

READ MORE How Music Memorabilia Trades Work and How To Benefit by Jacob Grossi

Having a good working knowledge of trades will further your collecting goals and increase the investment potential of your collection. While in the long run, you may be after certain posters, you begin to see the value in buying any poster or handbill you can get at a reduced price.

READ MORE Rarity Desirability and Value of Collectibles by Jacob Grossi, ConcertPosterArt.com 2008

A common question we often get both in our retail location and online is how do you asses the value of a given piece of memorabilia be it a concert poster, handbill record, guitar pick or anything for that matter. One thing...

READ MORE Lasting Benefits of Posters As Advertising by Jacob Grossi, ConcertPosterArt.com, 2001

These days, concert promoters often don’t publish a high quality poster to advertise their events. They know that newspaper and radio ads are very effective, and many stick to these formats exclusively. What is often not taken into account is that both newspaper and radio ads are a time limited exposure...

READ MORE ConcertPosterArt.com Music Memorabilia Collector Resources and Related Links

The following is a list of concert poster and music memorabilia related websites and resources, as well as links to friends, family and local merchants to check out while visiting our retail location...

READ MORE Jimi Hendrix Burnt Guitar Expects Millions At Music Memorabilia Auction by 7/18/08

Hendrix's 1965 Fender Stratocaster, which was famously set alight on stage during a performance at London's Finsbury Astoria in 1967, is going under the hammer with other historic artifacts from the world of music.

READ MORE James Brown Memorabilia to be Auctioned at Christies by Rod Carter 7/17/08

James Brown may be gone, but he’s certainly not forgotten. Items once owned by The Godfather of Soul are scheduled to be auctioned off Thursday, July 17th in New York.

READ MORE Deadheads Dream For A Campus Archive: Grateul Dead Archives Donated University of California Santa Cruz by Jesse McKinley, New York Times 2/4/08

The Grateful Dead, whose songs celebrated personal freedom, American idealism and mind-altering drugs, will donate a cache of their papers, posters and props on Thursday to the University of California, Santa Cruz, which plans to use the musical miscellany as part of a research center to be known as Dead Central...

READ MORE Wolfgangs Vault Expands It's Lock on All Thing Rock With Purchase of Assets From Tom Moffatt Productions by Market Wire, August, 2006

Wolfgang's Vault, the world's premier online site for live rock concert performances and memorabilia, announces its acquisition of memorabilia and merchandise from Tom Moffatt Productions. Included in the purchase were all intellectual property...

READ MORE Who Are You: Photographers, Poster Artists and collectors clash over copyright law by Todd Inoue

To some dedicated music-history buffs, this amounts to rock & roll treason. To rabid collectors, this is a dream score come true. To memorabilia dealers, it's stiff competition. And to photographers, it's a gross cash-out they won't benefit from. The brouhaha brewing with the photographers is familiar to some old-school concert-poster creators, who went through a similar bout of shock when Wolfgang's Vault...

READ MORE New Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Celebrates Graphic Art Tradition of Hatch Show Print

American Letterpress: The Art of Hatch Show Print” will open at the Experience Music Project|Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame in Seattle Oct. 11...

READ MORE Punk Posters Paved The Way For Graphic Arts Career by Erica Saelens, 10/11/02 Business Journal

Great article on Mike King, the unsung anti-hero of the thriving Portland Oregon concert poster scene.

READ MORE Woodstock Museum Opens In Bethel New York by 5/29/08

With the June 2 opening of The Museum at Bethel Woods, old hippies and a new generation of culture lovers will experience the grooviness of Woodstock in film, photos and a collection of memorabilia. The 6,728-square-foot museum features 20 films, 164 artifacts and more than 300 photo murals of the original 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair.

READ MORE Saving Soul...Vinyl Records For Many Remain Ultimate Music Object by Myra Mathis-Flynn, Free Press Staff Writers, 6/12/08

“Music has always been more than sound: image, style, attitude,” Grossi said. “With downloads, the physicality of music is lost...

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Please visit our retail location, Burlington Records, at 170 Bank Street in Burlington, VT. Open 11am to 9pm everyday. ALWAYS BUYING, SELLING, TRADING...We work with clients worldwide. ConcertPosterArt.com is an archive and database website featuring one of the world's top collections of original concert posters and memorabilia. All material is personally selected and verified by lifelong collector and archivist Jacob Grossi. LIFETIME GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY ON EVERY ITEM WE SELL. Phone (802)595-0990

Please visit our retail location, Burlington Records, at 170 Bank Street in Burlington, VT. Open 11am to 9pm everyday. ALWAYS BUYING, SELLING, TRADING...We work with clients worldwide. ConcertPosterArt.com is an archive and database website featuring one of the world's top collections of original concert posters and memorabilia. All material is personally selected and verified by lifelong collector and archivist Jacob Grossi. LIFETIME GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY ON EVERY ITEM WE SELL. Phone (802)595-0990

Bob Dylan 9/27/81 Meadowlands Poster

Bob Dylan 9/27/81 Meadowlands Poster

PERFORMERS:

Bob Dylan

VENUE:

Meadowlands Arena NJ

SIZE: 23x35

YEAR: 1981

PRICE: 0

Cramps No Sissies Rare Portland Punk Flyer Concert Poster

Cramps No Sissies Rare Portland Punk Flyer Concert Poster

PERFORMERS:

Cramps

VENUE:

Roseland OR

ARTIST:

Mike King

SIZE: 11x17

YEAR: 1999

PRICE: 0

Disco Bisuits Shpongle RJD2 Red Rocks 2013 Colorado Silkscreen Concert Poster

Disco Bisuits Shpongle RJD2 Red Rocks 2013 Colorado Silkscreen Concert Poster

PERFORMERS:

Disco Biscuits

RjD2

Shpongle

VENUE:

Red Rocks CO

SIZE: 18x24

Grateful Dead Who Day On The Green 1976 Concert Poster Type Ad

Grateful Dead Who Day On The Green 1976 Concert Poster Type Ad

PERFORMERS:

Grateful Dead

Who

VENUE:

Oakland Stadium California

ARTIST:

Randy Tuten

SIZE: 9.5x12

YEAR: 1976

PRICE:

Herbie Hancock Headhunters Victor Moscosso Concert Poster

Herbie Hancock Headhunters Victor Moscosso Concert Poster

PERFORMERS:

Headhunters

Herbie Hancock

VENUE:

Crystal Ballroom OR

SIZE: 11x17

YEAR: 1998

PRICE: 0

Iron Maiden Anthrax Salem Armory 1990 Heavy Metal Concert Poster

Iron Maiden Anthrax Salem Armory 1990 Heavy Metal Concert Poster

PERFORMERS:

Anthrax

Iron Maiden

VENUE:

Salem Armory OR

ARTIST:

Mike King

SIZE: 11x17

YEAR: 1990

PRICE: 5

M.O.D. Cro-Mags 1986 Heavy Metal Punk Flyer Concert Poster

M.O.D. Cro-Mags 1986 Heavy Metal Punk Flyer Concert Poster

PERFORMERS:

Cro-Mags

MOD

VENUE:

Pine Street Theatre OR

ARTIST:

Mike King

SIZE: 11x17

YEAR: 1986

PRICE: 0

Ornette Coleman Prime Time Rare 1988 Starry Night Portland Concert Poster

Ornette Coleman Prime Time Rare 1988 Starry Night Portland Concert Poster

PERFORMERS:

Ornette Coleman

VENUE:

Starry Night OR

ARTIST:

Mike King

SIZE: 11x17

PRICE: 0

Primus Original 1997 Lorax Dr. Suess Portland Concert Poster

Primus Original 1997 Lorax Dr. Suess Portland Concert Poster

PERFORMERS:

Limp Bizkit

Powerman 5000

Primus

VENUE:

La Luna OR

ARTIST:

Mike King

SIZE: 11x17

YEAR: 1997

PRICE: 0

Son Volt Rare Original Mike King Portland Concert Poster

Son Volt Rare Original Mike King Portland Concert Poster

PERFORMERS:

Son Volt

VENUE:

La Luna OR

ARTIST:

Mike King

SIZE: 11x17

PRICE:

Swans Michael Gira DJ Ooze Early Original Pine Street Theatre Concert Poster

Swans Michael Gira DJ Ooze Early Original Pine Street Theatre Concert Poster

PERFORMERS:

Swans

VENUE:

Pine Street Theatre OR

ARTIST:

Mike King

SIZE: 11x17

PRICE: 0

Venue Profiles 924 Gilman Street Berkeley California Punk Rock Music Venue

The 924 Gilman Street project, alternately the Alternative Music Foundation, is the Berkeley, California street address and official business name of the all-ages, non-profit, collectively organized music club usually referred to by its fans simply as "Gilman." It is located in the West Berkeley area about a mile and a half west of the North Berkeley BART station and a quarter-mile west of San Pablo Avenue, at the corner of 8th Street and Gilman. ConcertPosterArt.com has a collection of archived punk flyers for sale including items from 924 Gillman Street...

READ MORE Alladin Theater Portland Oregon

The Aladdin hosts all types of music from punk to folk in an intimate setting. Notable acts which have graced the stage include Weezer, Cowboy Junkies, Leo Kottke, Jonathan Richman of Modern Lovers, Jayhawks, Old 97's, John Prine, Beck, Warren Zevon, Ralph Stanley, Ryan Adams, jazz greats including Jack Dejohnette and world beat maestro Femi Kuti.

READ MORE Antones Austin Texas

Antone's Nightclub, located at 213 West 5th street in Austin Texas, opened its doors in the summer of 1975 with the great Clifton Chenier. The venue, now located at the corner of 5th and Lavaca Street, was founded by legendary promoter Clifford Antone and has hosted such blues "greats" as Muddy Waters, B.B. King, Buddy Guy, John Lee Hooker, Pinetop Perkins, James Cotton and countless others.

READ MORE Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall Portland Oregon

Portland's Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall is tour stop for national acts touring the nothwest having hosted such top performers as Phish, Moody Blues, Tori Amos, Oasis 10,000 Maniacs, David Gray, Bonnie Raitt, and Elvis Costello. ConcertPosterArt.com features one of the largest know collection of original concert advertisement posters from the theatre both for sale and in our permanent archive, with more being documented yearly.

READ MORE Berbatis Pan Portland Oregon

Berbatis Pan is a Greek Restaurant in Portland Oregon that also features some of the best national touring bands coming through.

READ MORE Carnegie Hall New York City

While more famous for it's classical music performances, Carnegie Hall also has a rich history of hosting rock and popular acts including Led Zeppelin, James Taylor, Judy Garland, The Byrds, Charlie Parker, Bob Dylan, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Laura Nyro and many others. Playing Carnegie Hall is widely seen as a rite of passage among musicians. ConcertPosterArt.com includes a number of rare and desirable original vintage Carnegie Hall newspaper ads featuring...

READ MORE Doug Fir Lounge Portland Oregon

Opened in 2004 Doug Fir is home to many of the up and coming bands from Portland and the surrounding areas as well as many national indie bands such as Album Leaf, Antony and the Johnsons, Cocorosie, Band of Horses, Citizen Cane, and the occasional blast from the past like Dick Dale in 2006.

READ MORE Electric Circus New York City

The Electric Circus was a famous American nightclub open between 1967 and September 1971 in downtown Manhattan's East Village at 19-25 St. Marks Place between Second and Third Avenues. With its invitation (from one of its press releases) to "play games, dress as you like, dance, sit, think, tune in and turn on," and its mix of light shows, music, circus performers and experimental theater, the Electric Circus embodied the wild and creative side of 1960s club culture.

READ MORE Felt Forum New York City

The Felt Forum is one of the smaller theaters in the Madison Square Garden Complex in New York City. Host to many historic rock, jazz and blues concerts to this day. As the Felt Forum the venue hosted The Band , James Cotton, Neil Young, Isley Brothers, Chuck Berry and the Jerry Garcia Band.ConcertPosterArt.com has archived an extensive collection of Felt Forum concert memorabilia...

READ MORE Fender Ballroom Long Beach California

Fenders Ballroom hosted many of the top punk and Glam bands of the mid-1980's: Including the Damned, the Vandals, Fine Young Cannibals, 7 Seconds, Youth Of Today, Uniform Choice, Adolescents, Agnostic Front, Black Flag, GBH, Jesus and Mary Chain and the Cro-Mags.ConcertPosterArt.com has archived an extensive collection of punk flyers from Fenders Ballroom for...

READ MORE Fillmore Auditorium San Francisco California

The Fillmore (also known as Fillmore Auditorium, or Fillmore West) is a historic music venue in San Francisco, California made famous by Bill Graham. ConcertPosterArt.com has an interesting collection of Fillmore concert memorabilia including concert posters and vintage newspaper ads...

READ MORE Fillmore East New York City

Fillmore East was promoter Bill Graham's rock palace in the East Village area of New York City, USA. Acts included the Grateful Dead, The Doors, The Who, Quicksilver Messenger Service, The Allman Brothers Band, Derek and the Dominos, Jimi Hendrix.

READ MORE Forum Los Angeles California

The Arena was host to many notable concerts of the 60's an seventies including Led Zeppelin in 1971, Jethro Tull 1971,  the Godfather of Soul James Brown in 1967, and in 1969 both Johnny Cash, The Rolling Stones, and Jimi Hendrix played there.

READ MORE Fox Theatre Boulder Colorado

ConcertPosterArt.com has been buying, selling and trading concert posters advertising shows at the Fox Theatre since near the time of it's founding in 1991 as a music vevue. Most of the early posters for the fox were desisigned by area graphic designer and radio host Jeff Holland...

READ MORE Hollywood Bowl California

The Hollywood Bowl is a modern amphitheatre at 2301 North Highland Avenue in Hollywood, California, USA, that has been used primarily for music performances including concert for concerts for the Grateful Dead, James Taylor, Joan Baez, Jimi Hendrix, Miles Davis, Tom Petty, Odetta, and Pete Seeger.

READ MORE Hollywood Palladium California

The Hollywood Palladium opened September 23, 1940 with a concert by Frank Sinatra and the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra. Over the years, it has hosted punk rock, jamband, pop stars, jazz, and everything in between: Grateful Dead, the Rolling Stones, James Brown, Led Zeppelin, Madonna, Beastie Boys, Social Distortion, Ramones, Black Flag, Minutemen, Cramps, Eric Burdon, Alice Cooper and many more.

READ MORE Madison Square Garden New York City

Madison Square Garden is located in Manhattan on Seventh Avenue between 31st and 33rd Streets. The arena has a capacity 19,500. MSG is one of the truly iconic, if not the most iconic, large arena type concert venues in the country.

READ MORE Moore Theatre Seattle Washington

From the eighties onward the Moore has hosted plays, speeches, pagents and concerts from folk, to the hardest of punk, to the pioneers of the Seattle Grunge movement. A partial list of those who have graced the stage at the Moore includes Pearl Jam, Steve Earle, Camper van Beethoven, Joe Strummer, Sonic Youth, Lou Reed, Ryan Adams and Widespread Panic.

READ MORE OK Hotel Seattle Washington

Local bands such as Mudhoney, Tad, Mother Love Bone, Soundgarden and Nirvana (including the first performance of Smells Like Teen Spirit) played at the OK Hotel, as well as touring punk, rock and jazz artists from around the country

READ MORE Roseland Theater Portland Oregon

Roseland Theater,  located at SW - 8 NW 6th Ave,  in Portland, Oregon probably the most well known of the portland venues The Roseland hosts top name acts from all genres including punk, rock, jazz, folk and bluegrass, hip hop...

READ MORE Showbox Theatre Seattle Washington

Seattle's Showbox Theater is one of the towns very few extant entertainment venues that can lay claim to having provided local music fans such an astonishing breadth of music over the decades. From the Jazz Age to the Grunge Era, the storied ballroom has featured shows by touring icons like Duke Ellington, Muddy Waters, and the Ramones...

READ MORE Starry Night Portland Oregon by Jacob Grossi

Starry Night opened in 1981 located at 8 NW Sixth Ave at Burnside in Portland Oregon. The Roseland Theater, Portland's reigning nightclub of the last 20 years, now occupies the space.

READ MORE Thee Experience Los Angeles California by Jacob Grossi

Thee Experience was a small nightclub located on the very east end of the sunset strip at 7551 Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California and featured some of the best cult and legendary groups of the 1960's including Alice Cooper, Captain Beefheart, Big Mama Thornton, Frank Zappa, Delaney and Bonnie and many more.

READ MORE Whisky A Go Go Los Angeles California

The Whisky a Go Go is a nightclub in West Hollywood, California. The Byrds, Alice Cooper, Buffalo Springfield and Love were regulars, and The Doors were the house band...

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Artist Profiles Alton Kelley San Francisco Psychedelic Concert Poster Artist

Along with fellow artist Stanley Mouse, Kelley is credited with creating the wings and beetles on all Journey album covers as well as the skull and roses image for the Grateful Dead. Kelley's artwork on the 1971 self-titled live album, Grateful Dead...

READ MORE Andy Warhol New York Filmmaker, Artist, Producer, Author

Warhol became famous worldwide for his work as a painter, an avant-garde filmmaker, a record producer, an author, and a public figure known for his membership in wildly diverse social circles that included bohemian street people, distinguished intellectuals, Hollywood celebrities and wealthy aristocrats.

READ MORE Bill Graham San Franciso Concert Promoter

Bill Graham (January 8, 1931–October 25, 1991) was an American impresario and rock concert promoter, who was prominent from the 1960s until his death. Bill Graham was the promoter responsible for such iconic rock music venues such Fillmore (East and West) and Winterland.

READ MORE Bob Masse Vancouver Canada Pyschedelic Concert Poster Artist by By Neal Hall, Vancouver Sun, Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Bob Masse was the poster boy of Vancouver's '60s scene, providing the visual art that many now recall as the essence of the times -- a psychedelic art nouveau that advertised dances and later, rock concerts.

READ MORE David Byrd Fillmore East Rock Poster and Ad Designer

In early 1968, at the recommendation of art school chums who were running things for Bill Graham at the new Fillmore East in Manhattan’s East Village, David Byrd signed on as the exclusive poster & program designer. Between 1968 & 1973 he created posters for Jimi Hendrix, Jefferson Airplane, the Who...

READ MORE David Dean Oklahoma Concert Poster Artist and Designer by Thomas Connor, World Staff Writer

Begining around 1995 David Dean has created hundreds of concert posters for various venues including for his home turf Cains Ballroom in Oklahoma City.

READ MORE Gary Grimshaw Detroit Grande Ballroom Concert Poster Artist

Gary Grimshaw is a graphic artist specializing in the music business since his first concert poster design in 1966. He was the primary poster and light show artist for Detroit's Grande Ballroom through 1969. During this time he also created art for Detroit's notorious rock & roll band the MC5...

READ MORE Greg Irons Fillmore Poster Artist Underground Cartoonist

Greg Irons (September 29, 1947 – November 14, 1984) was a poster artist, underground cartoonist, animator and tattoo artist. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he moved to San Francisco, California in 1967 where he soon found work doing posters for Bill Graham at the Fillmore Auditorium...

READ MORE Jeff Miller Austin Texas Concert Poster Artist by Jacob Grossi, ConcertPosterArt.com, 2003

Beginning around 1992, Jeff consulted for jamband pioneers such as Gov't Mule, Blues Traveler, and Widespread Panic contributing ideas, working with other artists, and supplying artwork for commission. In 1995 he was hired by Widespread Panic

READ MORE Mark Arminski Detroit Silkscreen Concert Poster Artist

Mark Arminski is known as one of the top silkscreen artist of the nineties and gained even more notoriety in 1998 when he was sued by both Dave Matthews Band and Phish...

READ MORE Mike King Pioneering Portland Concert Poster Designer by Jacob Grossi, ConcertPosterArt.com, 2005

Over the past 20 years, Mike King has produced one of the largest continuous body's of work in the concert poster field, and is the central figure in Northwest poster art. Begining in the late 1970's Mike designed "cut and paste" punk style flyers used to advertise Portland Oregon's prolific music scene, as well as for his own band, the Hellcows...

READ MORE Pushead aka Brian Schroeder Punk and Skate Rock Graphic Artist

Pushead (a.k.a. Brian Schroeder) is an artist, record label owner and writer within the hardcore punk and heavy metal field. He has created artwork for Metallica, and The Misfits...

READ MORE Randy Tuten Psychedelic Fillmore Concert Poster Artist

Tuten's bold designs typically incorporated images of trains, ships, planes and classic cars, his mastery as a draftsman heralding a major shift away from the wildly psychedelic work of earlier Fillmore artists like Wes Wilson and Lee Conklin. A prolific talent, he produced posters for the likes of the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin and Led Zeppelin...

READ MORE Raymond Pettibon Punk Flyer Concert Poster Artist Designer

Pettibon’s artwork appeared on flyers and records for Black Flag through the early 1980s, and he became well known in the Los Angeles punk rock scene. Black Flag singer Henry Rollins described Pettibon as quiet, something of a loner and an avid jazz fan...

READ MORE Rick Griffin Psychedelic Concert Poster Artist

Rick Griffin was one of the leading designers of psychedelic posters in the 1960s, Having designed the iconic Jimi Hendrix "Flying Eyeball" concert poster for Bill Grahams famed Fillmre West...

READ MORE Sean Carroll Sandusky Bay Poster Works by Jacob Grossi, ConcertPosterArt.com, 2003

Sean Carroll is a seasoned graphic artist but new to the poster scene. He holds an Associates Degree in Visual Communication from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh (1988). From 1990-1993 he created a popular comic strip called "Billy Boy" for the local...

READ MORE Stanley Mouse San Francisco Concert Poster Artist

Stanley "Mouse" Miller (born 1940) is an American artist best known for his psychedelic art designs for 1960s rock concert posters, as well as Grateful Dead album cover art. Along with artists Rick Griffin, Alton Kelley, Victor Moscoso, and Wes Wilson, Mouse founded the Berkeley Bonaparte...

READ MORE Victor Moscoso Concert Poster and Underground Comix Artist by Jason Akeny

Victor Moscoso was among the most gifted and influential artists to emerge from the Sixties counterculture, pioneering not only the psychedelic concert poster designs made famous during San Francisco's Summer of Love but also making his mark in underground comix...

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Concertposterart.com is the concert poster and music memorabilia division of Burlington Records. We are Vermont's premier vinyl record store, featuring the area's most diverse selection of LP's and 45's and New England's largest collection of original concert posters and music memorabilia for sale. All items listed as for sale can be viewed at our retail location. We have been serving the online concert poster community since 1997. We have over 50,000 different original concert posters, handbills, flyers, and vintage ads in our permanent collection. Jazz, punk, psychedelic, country, bluegrass, jamband rock and roll, folk, soul, gospel and every genre in between.

This site represents what is undoubtedly one of the largest collections of original concert posters and handbills ever amassed, and includes thousands of pieces not documented anywhere else. Among other major collections, the archive includes the largest collection of Portland Oregon telephone pole posters in the world, going back to about 1978.

The entire collection is unlikely ever to be completely databased, not only due to sheer volume, but also because the collection is in a constant state of growth. We are adding new material, both for sale and not for sale, on a weekly basis. While we have one of the largest and most unique collection of concert posters for sale, the site also lists many items which are in our permanent collection and are not currently available for sale.

Though we do stock some fillmores and silkscreens, our main focus is on those items which were actually used to advertise the concerts: telephone pole posters, punk flyers, vintage newspaper ads, etc. These official but non-merchandise ephemera pieces are typically the hardest to find as they were not items that were not produced and sold as merchandise. The posters were used to advertise on telephone poles and store windows, then often discarded or destroyed by the elements.

We only carry original and officially approved material printed prior to the event advertised. Poster and music memorabilia collectors are welcome to contact us to authenticate their material or for appraisal and consultation services.

 
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