Authentic and rare The Red Hot Chili Peppers Handbill from 1983. This handbill comes from the early part of Chili Pepper’s career. They had only started playing together a few months earlier. The band would drop the “The” from its name on the next album Freaky Styley.
This Handbill is in clean condition with no creases.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers
Tex and the Horseheads
June 4, 1983
11″ x 8.5″
These handbills were acquired from the Gina Zamparelli estate and are sold as is. They were created by Zamparelli for promotional and distribution purposes to promote concert events.
Gina was the first woman concert promoter to produce concerts in major venues with national-level artists in the United States. She sold out every concert in over a decade of shows in Los Angeles, helping to break in many bands and secure them record deals.
In many cases, they were produced on a low budget with no regard for perfection. They were haphazardly created just to promote the band with no quality control.
They have not been fabricated or re-printed by Visible Vibrations.
These Handbills are the real deal!