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On offer here are scaled down, affordable reproductions of the original posters that are suitable for framing.  These are prints NOT full-sized posters.  Please click on the image to see a larger picture allowing you to examine the level of detail and condition as not all detail may reproduce with the pin point sharpness of an original.  They have been printed on 90gsm Xerox Colotech+ paper, colour fast for 150 years, using a Xerox Laser printer.  The prints have no border unless shown as part of the poster.

All Family Dog, Bill Graham, and Other prints on this site are £2.99 each.

Postage

Prints will be mailed flat between 2 stiffeners in a padded bag. Therefore, postage for a single item is relatively high as it has to be sent as a small parcel, but if you are purchasing multiple prints savings can be made.  For example, one print can be sent for the same cost as multiple prints up to 2kg in weight, second class within the UK.  Similar savings for multiple purchases will apply to international buyers.  Postage rates are shown here.

A note on Bill Graham

In 1965 Graham was the business manager of the San Francisco Mime Troupe.  The mime troupe would put on controversial plays, sometimes for free in Golden Gate Park.  On 1 November 1965, the troupe’s founder, Ronnie Davis, was indicted for performing in public parks without a permit.  The mime troupe decided to hold an ‘Appeal Party’ on 6 November to raise funds.  This included performances by Jefferson, Airplane, Sandy Bull, The Fugs, and the John Handy Quintet.  As the organiser of the event Graham could not believe its success.  Despite it taking place on the same day as The Family Dog’s ‘A Tribute To Ming The Merciless’, Graham found himself crowding more people into the mime troupe’s loft on Howard Street than were permitted and having to turn others away.  On 10 December, he followed up with another appeal, billed as a dance concert, at the larger Fillmore Auditorium and featuring five bands.  In excess of 3,500 people attended and Graham saw that there was money to be made by promoting dances.  For the third appeal, another dance concert was staged at the Fillmore on 14 January 1966.  Unlike the publicity fliers for the previous events that did not mention Graham, this time Graham put his name at the top of the flier, ‘Bill Graham Presents…’  Commencing on 21 January, a three day event called The Trips Festival was staged at the Longshoreman’s Hall.  This was organised by the Merry Pranksters, responsible for the Acid Tests, and featured the Grateful Dead, and Big Brother And The Holding Company among other happenings.  Bill Graham was brought in as the producer and credited in the programme.  Graham could now see his future as a promoter so he left the mime troupe and began promoting gigs at the Fillmore from February 1966.

The posters Graham used to promote his dances were consecutively numbered, prefaced by the letters BG.  For the Fillmore East in New York, opened by Graham in 1968, posters are referred to with the prefix FME and a new number series.

Print – A Blues - Rock Bash, Harmon Gymnasium and Fillmore, April 1966, BG003  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Harmon Gymnasium, University of California campus, Berkeley, and the Fillmore, 15-17 April 1966.  Artists billed are: Paul Butterfield Blues Band, and Jefferson Airplane.  The poster was designed by Wes Wilson.  This print measures approx. 375mm x 264mm

Print – The Association, Fillmore, July 1966, BG018  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 22-23 July 1966.  Artists billed are: The Association, Quicksilver Messenger Service, The Grass Roots, and The Sopwith Camel.  The Grass Roots played on 22 July and The Sopwith Camel on 23 July.  The poster was designed by Wes Wilson.  This print measures approx. 364mm x 255mm

Print – The Sound, Fillmore and Winterland, September / October 1966, BG029  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 25 September and 2 October, and Winterland, 23-24 and 30 September and 1 October 1966.  Artists billed are: Jefferson Airplane, Muddy Waters, and Butterfield Blues Band.  The Sound in the title of the poster is a reference to the San Francisco Sound which was coming to prominence in popular music culture.  The poster was designed by Wes Wilson.  This print measures approx. 400mm x 223mm.

Print – Jefferson Airplane, Fillmore, December 1966, BG042  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 16-18 December 1966.  Artists billed are: Jefferson Airplane, Junior Wells Chicago Blues Band, and Tim Rose.  The poster was designed by Wes Wilson using a photograph by Herb Greene.  This print measures approx. 397mm x 240mm

Print – Jefferson Airplane, Fillmore, February 1967, BG048  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 3-5 February 1967.  Artists billed are: Jefferson Airplane, Quicksilver Messenger Service, and Dino Valenti.  There is also mention of a show on 5 February at 2pm, before the main show.  This was a benefit for the Berkeley Strike Committee (Berkeley students went on strike over a number of issues including free speech and the Vietnam war) and featured: Jefferson Airplane, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Dino Valenti, Country Joe And The Fish, The Loading Zone, and other friends.  The poster was designed by Wes Wilson.  This print measures approx. 409mm x 242mm

Print – Otis Rush, Fillmore, February 1967, BG051  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 24-26 February 1967.  Artists billed are: Otis Rush And His Chicago Blues Band, Grateful Dead, and The Canned Heat Blues Band.  The poster was designed by Wes Wilson.  This print measures approx. 410mm x 260mm

Print – The Byrds, Winterland and Fillmore, March and April 1967, BG057  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for Winterland, 31 March and 1 April, and the Fillmore, 2 April 1967.  Artists billed are: The Byrds, Moby Grape, and Andrew Staples.  The poster was designed by Wes Wilson.  This print measures approx. 410mm x 255mm

Print – Howlin’ Wolf, Fillmore, April 1967, BG059  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 14-16 April 1967.  Artists billed are: Howlin’ Wolf, Country Joe And The Fish, and Loading Zone.  The poster was designed by Peter Bailey.  This print measures approx. 373mm x 226mm

Print – Jefferson Airplane, Fillmore, May 1967, BG063  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 12-14 May 1967.  Artists billed are: Jefferson Airplane, and The Paupers.  The poster was designed by Bonnie MacLean using a photograph by Herb Greene.  This print measures approx. 408mm x 251mm

Print – Butterfield Blues Band, Fillmore, July 1967, BG072  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 11-16 July 1967.  Artists billed are: Butterfield Blues Band, Roland Kirk Quartet, New Salvation Army Band, and Mount Rushmore.  The New Salvation Army Band played 11-13 July, with The New Age and Mount Rushmore playing 14-16 July.  The poster was designed by Bonnie MacLean.  This print measures approx. 378mm x 246mm

Print – Sam And Dave, Fillmore, July 1967, BG073  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 18-23 July 1967.  Artists billed are: Sam And Dave, James Cotton Blues Band, Country Joe And The Fish, and The Loading Zone.  Country Joe And The Fish played 18-20 July, with The Loading Zone playing 21-23 July.  The poster was designed by Bonnie MacLean.  This print measures approx. 382mm x 243mm

Print – Quicksilver Messenger Service, Fillmore, October 1967, BG087  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 5-7 October 1967.  Artists billed are: Quicksilver Messenger Service, Grass Roots, and Mad River.  The poster was designed by Bonnie MacLean.  This print measures approx. 370mm x 250mm.

Print – Eric Burdon And The Animals, Fillmore, October 1967, BG089  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 19-21 October 1967.  Artists billed are: Eric Burdon And The Animals, Mother Earth, and The Hour Glass.  The poster was designed by Bonnie MacLean.  This print measures approx. 390mm x 259mm

Print – Mothers Of Invention, Fillmore and Winterland, December 1967, BG097  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 14 December, and Winterland 15-16 December 1967.  Artists billed are: Mothers Of Invention, Tim Buckley, and The Chambers Brothers.  The poster was designed by Stanley Mouse.  This print measures approx. 350mm x 231mm

Print – Vanilla Fudge, Fillmore and Winterland, January 1968, BG101  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 4 January 1968, and Winterland, 5-6 January 1968.  Artists billed are: Vanilla Fudge, Steve Miller Band, and Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee.  The poster was designed by Lee Conklin.  This print measures approx. 382mm x 259mm.

Print – Big Brother And The Holding Company, Fillmore, January 1968, BG104  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 25-27 January 1968.  Artists billed are: Big Brother And The Holding Company, The Electric Flag, Youngbloods, and Ultimate Spinach.  The poster was designed by Jack Hatfield using a photograph by Louis Sozzi.  This print measures approx. 387mm x 246mm

Print – Big Brother And The Holding Company, Fillmore and Winterland, April 1968, BG115  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 11 April, and Winterland 12-13 April 1968.  Artists billed are: Big Brother And The Holding Company, Iron Butterfly, and Booker T And The MG’s.  Booker T And The MG’s pulled out of the dates to attend the funeral of Dr Martin Luther King who had been assassinated on 4 April.  The poster was designed by Patrick Lofthouse using a photograph by Thomas Weir.  This print measures approx. 395mm x 254mm

Print – Country Joe And The Fish and Moby Grape, Fillmore, May 1968, BG118  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 2-4 May 1968.  Two shows are billed, Country Joe And The Fish on 3 May, and Moby Grape on 2 and 4 May.  Support on all shows is The Hour Glass, and The United States Of America.  The poster was designed by Mari Tepper.  This print measures approx. 399mm x 254mm

Print – Country Joe And The Fish, Fillmore, May 1968, BG120  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 16-18 May 1968.  Artists billed are: Country Joe And The Fish, Incredible String Band, and Albert Collins.  The poster was designed by Wilfred Weisser.  This print measures approx. 395mm x 251mm

Print – Buffalo Springfield, Fillmore and Winterland, May / June 1968, BG122  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore, 29-30 May 1968, and Winterland, 31 May – 1 June 1968.  Artists billed are: Buffalo Springfield, Chambers Brothers, and Richie Havens.  Albert King replaced Buffalo Springfield for the Winterland dates.  The poster was designed by Lee Conklin.  This print measures approx. 356mm x 240mm.

Print – Albert King and Ten Years After, Fillmore, June 1968, BG126  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for two shows at the Fillmore.  The first, 25-27 June 1968, features: Albert King, The Loading Zone, and Rain, the second, 28-30 June 1968, features: Ten Years After, Canned Heat, and Dan Hicks And His Hot Licks.  The poster was designed by Lee Conklin.  This print measures approx. 365mm x 242mm

Print – Creedence Clearwater Revival, Butterfield Blues Band, Fillmore, July 1968, BG127  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for two different shows at the Fillmore, 2-4 July and 5-7 July 1968.  Artists billed are: Creedence Clearwater Revival, Steppenwolf, and It’s A Beautiful Day (2-4 July), Butterfield Blues Band, Ten Years After, and Truth (5-7 July).  The show on 4 July was to be the last at the Fillmore.  Graham then moved to the Carousel Ballroom and renamed it Fillmore West.  The poster was designed by Lee Conklin.  This print measures approx. 386mm x 249mm

Print – Blues Bash, Fillmore, July 1968, BG128  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for two shows at the Fillmore.  The first, 9-11 July 1968, features: The Electric Flag, Buddy Guy, and Freddy King.  The second, 12-14 July 1968, features: Blue Cheer, Ike And Tina Turner, and Freddy King.  The poster was designed by Lee Conklin.  This print measures approx. 373mm x 246mm

Print – Fillmore Carousel, July 1968, BG130  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore (Carousel Ballroom).  It covers two engagements, 23-25 July 1968 - Moby Grape, Jeff Beck Group, Mint Tattoo, and 26-28 July 1968 – Charles Lloyd Quartet, Herd, James Cotton Blues Band.  The poster was designed by Lee Conklin.  This print measures approx. 360mm x 245mm

Print – Steppenwolf and Grateful Dead, Fillmore West, August and September 1968, BG134  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for two shows at the Fillmore West, 28 August – 1 September 1968.  Artists billed are: Steppenwolf, Staples Singers, and Santana (27-29 August), and Grateful Dead, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and Sons Of Champlin (30 August – 1 September).  The poster was designed by Lee Conklin.  This print measures approx. 381mm x 252mm

Print – Big Brother And The Holding Company, Fillmore West, September 1968, BG136  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore West, 12-14 September 1968.  Artists billed are: Big Brother And The Holding Company, Santana, and Chicago Transit Authority.  The poster was designed by Rick Griffin.  This print measures approx. 369mm x 231mm

Print – Iron Butterfly, Fillmore West, October 1968, BG141  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore West, 17-19 October 1968.  Artists billed are: Iron Butterfly, Sir Douglas Quintet Plus 2, and Sea Train.  The poster was designed by Rick Griffin and Victor Moscoso.  This print measures approx. 370mm x 261mm

Print – Country Joe And The Fish, Fillmore West, 12 December 1968, BG149  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore West 12-15 December 1968.  Artists billed are: Country Joe And The Fish, Terry Reid, and Sea Train.  The poster was designed by Lee Conklin.  This print measures approx. 365mm x 244mm

Print – Vanilla Fudge, Fillmore West, 1968/1969,  BG153  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore West, 31 December 1968.  Graham always used to celebrate the New Year in style by promoting special concerts and the price of a ticket included breakfast.  Artists billed are: Vanilla Fudge, Richie Havens, Youngbloods, and Cold Blood.  This was one of two New Year’s Eve parties that Graham was holding, the other was taking place simultaneously at Winterland, headlined by the Grateful Dead.  This poster was designed by Lee Conklin.  The print measures approx. 360mm x 239mm

Print – Grateful Dead, Fillmore West, January 1969, BG154  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore West, 2-4 January 1969.  Artists billed are: Grateful Dead, Blood Sweat And Tears, and Spirit.  The poster was designed by Randy Tuten.  This print measures approx. 370mm x 249mm

Print – Santana, Fillmore West, February 1969, BG160  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore West, 13-16 February 1969.  Artists billed are: Santana, The Collectors, and Melanie.  The poster was designed by Greg Irons.  This print measures approx. 381mm x 223mm

Print – The Move, Fillmore West, February 1969, BG161  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore West, 20-23 February 1969.  Artists billed are: The Move, Cold Blood, and Albert King.  The Move did not play.  Albert King moved to the headline spot and the Sons Of Champlin was added to the bill.  The poster was designed by Greg Irons.  This print measures approx. 391mm x 250mm.

Print – Grateful Dead, Fillmore West, February / March 1969, BG162  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore West, 27-28 February and 1-2 March 1969.  Artists billed are: Grateful Dead, Pentangle, and The Sir Douglas Quintet.  The poster was designed by Lee Conklin.  This print measures approx. 384mm x 244mm.

Print – The Who, Santana, and Ike And Tina Turner, Fillmore West, June 1969, BG178  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for three shows at the Fillmore West.  The first, 17-19 June 1969, features: The Who, Woody Herman And His Orchestra, and A.B. Skhy.  The second, 20 June 1969, is headlined by Santana, and the third, 21-22 June 1969 is headlined by Ike And Tina Turner.  Support for the last two shows is from The Impressions, and Blues Image.  The poster was designed by David Singer.  This was Singer’s first poster for Graham and he was to go on to produce more posters for Graham than any other artist.  This print measures approx. 381mm x 235mm

Print – Chuck Berry, Fillmore West, September 1969, BG193  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore West 25, 26, 27, and 28 September 1969.  Artists billed are: Chuck Berry, Aum, and The Loading Zone.  The poster was designed by Greg Irons.  This print measures approx. 381mm x 227mm

Print – Grateful Dead, Fillmore West, February 1970, BG216  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore West, 5-8 February 1970.  Artists billed are: Grateful Dead, Taj Mahal, and Bigfoot.  The poster was designed by David Singer.  This print measures approx. 380mm x 221mm.

Print – Santana, Fillmore West, September 1970, BG248  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore West, 10-13 September 1970.  Artists billed are: Santana, Dr John The Night Tripper, and Luther Allison.  The poster was designed by Norman Orr.  This print measures approx. 378mm x 251mm

Print – Quicksilver Messenger Service, Fillmore West, September 1970, BG249  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore West, 17-20 September 1970.  Artists billed are: Quicksilver Messenger Service, Buddy Miles, and Robert Savage.  The poster was designed by Norman Orr.  This print measures approx. 378mm x 248mm

Print – Chuck Berry and Eric Burdon And War, Fillmore West, September and October 1970, BG250  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for two shows at the Fillmore West.  The first, 24-27 September 1970, features: Chuck Berry, Buddy Miles, and The Loading Zone, the second, 1-4 October 1970 features: Eric Burdon And War, Seals And Crofts, and Clover.  The poster was designed by David Singer.  This print measures approx. 340mm x 267mm

Print – Spirit, Fillmore West, January 1971, BG265  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore West, 8-10 January 1971.  Artists billed are: Spirit, Elvin Bishop Group, and Kwane And The Kwan Ditos.  The poster was designed by Norman Orr.  This print measures approx. 378mm x 250mm

Print – Hot Tuna, Fillmore West, January 1971, BG268  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore West, 28-31 January 1971.  Artists billed are: Hot Tuna, Allman Brothers, and Trinidad Tripoli Steel Band.  The poster was designed by Norman Orr.  This print measures approx. 384mm x 256mm

Print – Eric Burdon And War, Santana, and Buddy Miles, Fillmore West and Winterland, March and April 1971, BG275  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for three shows at Winterland and Fillmore West, 25 March – 4 April 1971.  Artists billed are: Eric Burdon And War, J. Giels Band, and War (25-28 March at Fillmore West), Santana plus others to be announced (26-27 March at Winterland), Buddy Miles, Wayne Cochran And The C.C. Riders, and Sugarloaf (1-4 April at Fillmore West).  The support acts for Santana at Winterland were The Fourth Way and Grootna.  The poster was designed by David Singer.  This print measures approx. 367mm x 281mm

Print – Miles Davis, Fillmore West, May 1971, BG279  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore West, 6-9 May 1971.  Artists billed are: Miles Davis, Elvin Bishop Group, and Mandrill.  The poster was designed by David Singer.  This print measures approx. 379mm x 255mm

Print – Humble Pie, Fillmore West, May 1971, BG280  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore West, 13-16 May 1971.  Artists billed are: Humble Pie, Swamp Dogg, and Shanti.  The poster was designed by David Singer.  This print measures approx. 350mm x 231mm

Print – Cactus, Fillmore West, June 1971, BG284  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore West, 10-13 June 1971.  Artists billed are: Cactus, Flamin’ Groovies, and Redeye.  The poster was designed by Willyum Rowe.  The Flamin Groovies were only ones to play these dates and then they only ran 10-12 June.  From 10-11 June the headliner was Elvin Bishop with Kwane and The Kwanditos as the other support.  Taj Mahal headlined on 12 June.  This print measures approx. 391mm x 256mm

Print – Jimi Hendrix, Fillmore East, May 1968, FME007  £2.99 Add To Cart

This reproduction is of a Bill Graham poster for the Fillmore East, 10 May 1968.  Jimi Hendrix is the only artist billed, but the support act was Sly And The Family Stone.  The poster was designed by David Byrd.  This print measures approx. 392mm x 250mm

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