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The Miller Blues Band NEON ROSE #2 1967 concert poster VICTOR MOSCOSO Matrix Filmore near Lombard

$325.00

Image of The Miller Blues Band NEON ROSE #2 1967 concert poster VICTOR MOSCOSO Matrix Filmore near Lombard
  • Image of The Miller Blues Band NEON ROSE #2 1967 concert poster VICTOR MOSCOSO Matrix Filmore near Lombard
  • Image of The Miller Blues Band NEON ROSE #2 1967 concert poster VICTOR MOSCOSO Matrix Filmore near Lombard
  • Image of The Miller Blues Band NEON ROSE #2 1967 concert poster VICTOR MOSCOSO Matrix Filmore near Lombard
  • Image of The Miller Blues Band NEON ROSE #2 1967 concert poster VICTOR MOSCOSO Matrix Filmore near Lombard

Own a piece of original rock and roll art from 1967 created by one of the 1960s most prolific psychedelic rock concert poster creators, Victor Moscoso. A version of this very poster is in the Cooper Hewitt museum collection in New York City.

This is an early show where Steve Miller was still know as the Miller Blues Band playing gigs in San Francisco, this is the second version of this poster from 1967 dates January 10th and January 15th. The first versions of this poster have no dates so this was printed for the actual show dates listed. The artwork was created by artist Victor Moscoso and if you do not recognize his name you should look him up, I think he's the most famous for the late 1960s show flyers and concert posters.

Condition: No pin holes, but shows fading from being matted around the edge, there are two pieces of archival looking tape on the back and a piece of double stick Scotch tape. The back is faded to light brown, the paper is warped from high humidity but should flatten out in a heat press when you have this professional framed. This is the condition of the poster and your purchase means you accept these conditions as show in the photos and as described all sales final.

This will ship flat between two pieces of acid free foam core and two sheets of cardboard.

Shipping Priority Mail insured in the USA $25

PS Professional framing with archival materials and UV glass will insure this poster survives another 53 years