Category Archives: Boxing-Style Concert Posters

Supremes Window Card 1960’s w/Lovin’ Spoonful – Tulsa, OK

A charming, collectible Supremes concert poster from the Midwest during the group’s earliest phase, with Florence Ballard still in the group and before “Diana Ross” was added to their name. 1965 was the year and Tulsa, Oklahoma the unlikely location … Continue reading

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Trips 196? Grateful Dead Window Card at Longshoremen’s Hall S.F.

An unusual, collectible Trips Grateful Dead 196? cardboard concert poster from April 1966 at Longshoremen’s Hall in San Francisco. It’s funny the way the designers put a big “196?” in the middle of the action, undoubtedly just a fun, trippy … Continue reading

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Tommy Dorsey Concert Window Card 1940s w/His Trombone & Orchestra

A really lovely 1940s Tommy Dorsey concert poster from when Frank Sinatra was a singer is his orchestra, and touring with him. Sinatra’s name does not appear on the poster, however, leaving open the debate, “Is this an early Sinatra … Continue reading

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Rolling Stones 1964 Concert Poster – Second U.S. Tour – “Direct From England”

An outstanding early Rolling Stones window card from the band’s second American tour in the fall of 1964. This gem dates from November 14, ’64, and advertised two shows to be played that night in Louisville, KY. This Rolling Stones … Continue reading

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Ray Charles Cardboard Concert Poster 1950s “Sensational Vocalist-Pianist”

An early, collectible, 1950’s-era Ray Charles window card, advertising a concert of his in Tucson, Arizona in the spring of 1957. This was actually a “tour blank,” meaning the top half was initially printed as just blank white, and then … Continue reading

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