Our good friend Adam Hirschfelder from the California Historical Society has kindly alerted us to this cool opportunity for rock poster artists …
As someone who has been guilty of grouping great numbers of rock posters together for an exhibition, the following may sound like the pot calling the kettle black. But to my eye, it looks like the curators at MOMA in New York just barfed up as much stuff as they could onto a wall of […]
On January 14, 1966, interrupting a three-night run at The Matrix in San Francisco, the Grateful Dead played a benefit for the San Francisco Mime Troupe at the Fillmore Auditorium, which was located on the same street on The Matrix but over the hill. As is clear from this poster for the event, Bill Graham […]
May he rest in peace… Poster by Randy Tuten, 1972. Collection Museum of Modern Art.
What was your first New Year’s Eve show, and do you still have the poster? Mine was 1970/1971, at the Fillmore West in San Francisco. I was 14, and lived in San Rafael, but my parents thought it would be perfectly fine for me to attend a concert in the city with a couple of […]
Back in 2002, we asked the late Lucky Lockhart to create a Christmas flyer for us. This copy of his 8 1/2 by 11 inch composition is from the collection of longtime TRPS board member Mark Rodriguez. Here’s hoping Santa puts a telltale tube or rectangular parcel under your tree this year, and from all […]