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music influences and poster art by generation
Music is malleable. It changes with the times. Evolving along with generational quirks and fashions. So is art. If you were to combine these two elements and place them on a time line, you’ll be amazed how the evolutions of the poster art reflects the generations they’ve emerged from. We’ve listed the top 3 music
concert audience at the fillmore

Where Was The Original Fillmore

The original Fillmore was built in 1912 and originally named the Majestic Hall; it became the Fillmore Auditorium in 1954. Located in San Francisco, California, the Fillmore Auditorium became the venue to play at: music shows and dance events. The People Who Helped Shape The Fillmore Charles Sullivan, one of the most successful African American
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framed blank poster, article about how to frame a poster

How To Frame Posters

Posters are timeless, encapsulating time to an event, capturing the “vibe” of that day. Posters are also subjective; they mean much more to the owner than the viewer. This is why as an owner of a newly acquired poster it should be highlighted, made the focal point of a room, correctly fitted and beautifully framed
Old Crow Medicine Show Poster w/ Sara Watkins 2006 Concert at the Fillmore
The bright, captivating, and artistic posters that are often considered to be the standard concert artwork is a relatively new concept. Before event posters, especially concert posters, were meant to be saved and displayed, they were simply a means of advertising shows. Boxing-Style Posters Boxing posters, also known as “window cards” or “broadsides,” were often
Prince's New Album Welcome 2 America, multiple Prince's stand in different positions holding a guitar, like he is walking and part of him freezes while he continues then freezes. seven prince's stand
This past year, the pandemic has put the music industry through a lot; even with these challenges, there has still been a huge influx of new music to listen to. Artists have been writing and producing new songs constantly throughout the past year — but if there’s one thing we were not expecting, it was
Bill Graham stands in front of concert goers at fillmore east
America’s most famous music promoter, Bill Graham, is perhaps more responsible for the nation’s Rock and Roll scene than any musician. His famous music venues, the Fillmore East (featured in our last newsletter) and the Fillmore West redefined Rock and Roll culture. Unlike most promoters who stay backstage, Graham had his own style of promotion
band performing at Fillmore East, concert at fillmore east

Fond Memories of Fillmore East

As far as concert venues go, New York City’s Fillmore East could arguably be the most memorable in rock history. Although it was only open for a little over three years, it featured some truly epic performances –– notably Jimi Hendrix, The Grateful Dead, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and the Allman Brothers Band. In building
daft punk break up video, they are walking in the desert

Daft Punk Break Up Video

The Parisian duo responsible for those fabulous dance nights (when the world was normal – pre-pandemic), Daft Punk, have separated. They told / showed their fans via an 8 minute video titled “Epilogue”. Keeping with their anonymous air, in the video you see the duo walk into the desert together. One begins to slow its
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kurt cobain, dave grohl, Krist Novoselic from nirvana
27 years ago the music industry was rocked when the news about the tragic suicide of Kurt Cobain, Nirvana’s frontman, broke out. The loss of Kurt Cobain still resonates today. Former Nirvana drummer, Dave Grohl – Foo Fighters lead singer, admitted to Music News that its “one of the greatest heartbreaks” of his life, the
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LSD Blotter art

Blotter Art – How, Why, Culture

LSD Blotter Art originally took off in the 70s. Tiny squares of paper, innocuously displayed a caricature, cartoon or fantastical scenery which held more than art – it held Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD); that psychedelic drug that blossomed in the 60’s with the help from many mindful visionaries of the time, like: Ken Kesey, Timothy
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