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Tour Blanks–NOT!

Here’s what happens when concert poster tour blanks aren’t used. We’ve managed to locate six examples that all date from the same month - March 1968, when the Jimi Hendrix Experience and Cream were both barnstorming the country.

All of these “one-off” poster designs were used for just the one concert only. Some appear plain and ordinary, while others are clearly outstanding designs (you be the judge). Thus, the pendulum swung both ways when it was left to the local promoter’s designer, whereas universal tour blanks usually had a more consistent, reliably good design. Hendrix eventually used the tour-blank method in 1969, but Cream never did. I will pay top dollar for old concert posters like these, from a huge range of artists - rock, pop, soul, rock 'n roll, R&B, jazz, etc.

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The Jimi Hendrix Experience with “England’s Underground Sensation” The Soft Machine opening, plus featuring The Mark Boyle Sense Laboratory psychedelic light show on all three posters: at Vets Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, OH, March 3, 1968, also with the Dantes and Four O’Clock Balloon; Durwood C. Settles Presents at the Washington Hilton’s International Ballroom, Washington D.C., March 10, 1968; and East Coast Promotions Present at the Lewiston Armory, Lewiston, ME, March 16, 1968.

Cream or “The Cream” presented by the Associated Men Students of San Fernando Valley State College, with Canned Heat opening, at the college’s Valley State Gym, Northridge, CA (a Los Angeles suburb), March 15, 1968; at Union Catholic High School in Scotch Plains, NJ, March 26, 1968 (with tickets available at 14 locations, including eight other high schools!); and “Another Catacombs Super Show” with Vanilla Fudge opening, Houston Music Hall, Houston, TX, March 31, 1968.


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