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November 1st 9 pm

Setlist: 0:00:00 – Introduction 0:01:57 – Who Do You Think We Are / Model Citizen 0:07:38 – Go To Hell 0:13:22 – Guilty 0:17:24 – I’m Eighteen 0:22:02 – Cold Ethyl 0:24:59 – Only Women Bleed 0:27:54 – No More Mr. Nice Guy 0:30:54 – Clones (We’re All) 0:34:04 – Under My Wheels 0:37:16 –

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October 25th 9pm

Here we see two band members along with amplifiers, drums, guitars and a microphone stand in this photograph as the central image on the “Poster From The Past”. Above this is a stylized drawing of a birds head. To the left and right are several feathers, and beneath it are a pair of bird’s talons.

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October 18th 9pm

Part of the Hippie world view included an idealization of Native Americans as people living in harmony with nature. This was in response to the racist contempt of Native Americans of the dominant society, and artists such as Stanley Mouse searched in old books to find early photographs of them which captured their dignity and

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October 4th 9pm

James Gang Biography by Greg Prato With the emergence of Cream and the Jimi Hendrix Experience during the late ’60s, the path was cleared for other hard-rockin’ “trios.” Arguably, the finest to emerge from the subsequent American crop was the James Gang. Despite penning a few of classic rock radio’s most enduring songs, the James

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September 13th 9pm

Jethro Tull Biography by Bruce Eder Jethro Tull were a unique phenomenon in popular music history. Their mix of hard rock; folk melodies; blues licks; surreal, impossibly dense lyrics; and overall profundity defied easy analysis, but that didn’t dissuade fans from giving them 11 gold and five platinum albums. At the same time, critics rarely

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September 6th 9pm

An original interpretation of the Queen of Clubs playing card is seen here as the central image on this “Poster From The Past”. When creating the original artwork for this poster, only one half was drawn and just duplicated for the other half when printed. Halfway In the middle between the Queen facing up and

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August 30th 9pm

Although this poster sports an incredible line-up of bands, it is somewhat of a lack-luster piece for this “Poster From The Past”. The central image is of a man face and upper body. He appears to be holding a large bird head hand puppet. This poster reminds me of a wood block cut print…. but

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August 23rd 9pm

This brightly colored “Poster From The Past” is somewhat of a real melt-down! If you take the time to look at it closely, there’s a lot going on here. Starting at the top with a yellow sky filled with pink clouds with faces floating over what appears to be a large gelatinous mess from which,

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August 16th

“When the music’s finally finished and the crowd is all long gone, …. within the poster lies the memories that linger and live on” Professor Poster This “Poster From The Past” is unquestionably the most sought after poster of the psychedelic-era and the defining Fillmore image. If this is not the most famous image in Rock

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June 28th

“When the music’s finally finished and the crowd is all long gone, …. within the poster lies the memories that linger and live on” Professor Poster The featured artist on this “Poster From The Past” is our friend Lee Conklin. The image on this piece is made up of an ice field or glacier next to

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