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Ten Beautiful Concert Posters + Ten That Aren’t – You Decide

Monday, March 8th, 2010


Ten Beautiful Concert Posters + Ten That Aren’t You Decide


ConcertPoster.Org has a few new concert posters for you to peruse.
Ten of these posters are beautiful. The other Ten aren’t, but that is not to
say that they don’t have merit or don’t deserve your attention.
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You Decide . Please leave comments on what you like.
One comment will be chosen at random by me and that commenter
will win 3 Free Posters
(your Choice) from our Poster Inventory (free shipping on all included).
I will choose the comment on April 17th, so bookmark this page and check back to see if you have won.
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Plus a peek at the last 3 posters from Emek


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2 Days and Counting
by George T Montebruno
George T Montebruno
http://www.myspace.com/2daysandcounting

Beautiful or No?

Beautiful or No?


Andrew Bird Concert Poster
By Little Friends of Print Making

Andrew Bird Concert Poster

Andrew Bird Concert Poster


2 Posters from Stacy Willoughby
Bonnie Prince Billy

Bonnie Prince Billy Poster

Bonnie Prince Billy Poster

The Sleepy Sun
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Sleepy Sun Poster

Sleepy Sun Poster

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Citizen Cope
Poster by John Warner
http://www.jduballstars.com/

Citizen Cope Poster

Citizen Cope Poster

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Explode
I just like this one,
He’s going to EXPLODE!
Poster by Silvis
silvisrf@gmail.com

Explode Poster

Explode Poster

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Three Posters from Tobias Geye
I love this guy’s sense of Schlock-sploitation
Real talent there.
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Stray Cats Poster

Stray Cats Poster

Stray Cats Poster

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OO Soul Poster
Can you say BlackSploitation ?
But in a cool way.

OO Soul Poster

OO Soul Poster

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The Legendary Swagger
Looks like an evil throwback magician
Houdini’s dark side maybe?

The Legendary Swagger Poster

The Legendary Swagger Poster

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Poster for the Disco Biscuits by David Welker
Man, What are those Chicks? Aliens or Demons ?
Weirdly sexy

Disco Biscuits Poster

Disco Biscuits Poster

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Now we are getting somewhere.
Blasphemous, hell yes!
Sexy ? You decide.
Poster for King Diamond and Nile
by Alan Hynes – alanhynes@yahoo.com

Lesbo Nuns - King Diamond

Lesbo Nuns - King Diamond

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Muse Poster by
Rodrigo Muller
http://www.flickr.com/photos/rodrigomuller

Muse Poster by Rodrigo Muller

Muse Poster by Rodrigo Muller

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Muse Poster
For Their 2010 Portland Concert
By Nat Damm

Muse Poster Portland 2010

Muse Poster Portland 2010

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Love the Typography on This,
Though what the image has to with Muse, beyond me.
Muse Poster by Pat Hamou
Pathamou@gmail.com

Muse Poster Wrestling

Muse Poster Wrestling

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Something from Fritz Lang’s Metropolis ?
Euro Poster for Polymix
by cupdegrove@gmail.com

Polymix poster

Polymix poster

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Stone Relic Poster
Sexy Cop Vampires – Yes!

Stone Relic Poster

Stone Relic Poster

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Killers Whales are just that.
Poster for Blood Spasm
by Kevin Byrd
http://www.myspace.com/notorioushdt

BloodSpasm Poster

BloodSpasm Poster

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I first thought this poster
was by Jay Ryan, it’s not but I
still love the style.
Wilco Poster by
Adam Stockton
http://www.2ndpassage.com/

Wilco Poster by Adam Stockton

Wilco Poster by Adam Stockton

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Simple, yet classic imagery.
Poster for Willie Nelson by
http://www.murpheycreative.com/

Willie Nelson Poster

Willie Nelson Poster

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Scary hair
Wilco Poster by Matt Thomas

Wilco Poster by Matt Thomas

Wilco Poster by Matt Thomas

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Now for the last three posters from Emek
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Sonic Youth 2010
at The Wiltern

Sonic Youth Emek Poster

Sonic Youth Emek Poster

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Emek – Aaron Horkey Collab
The Decemberists with Andrew Bird

Decemberists Emek Horkey Collab

Decemberists Emek Horkey Collab

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Them Crooked Vultures Poster
For their NYC Roseland Ballroom show.

Them Crooked Vultures Poster

Them Crooked Vultures Poster

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That’s it for the posters. Leave a comment to win the 3 free posters from our inventory. Winner chosen on April 17th.
Cheers!


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Andrew Bird Poster – Concert

Monday, September 28th, 2009




Andrew Bird Concert Poster


Andrew Bird is the man, his hyper literate songwriting and creative whistling and use of the violin bring a ethereal texture to his songs.
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This poster is a must have for any true Andrew Bird fan
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Andrew Bird Concert
Roseland Theater Portland Oregon

Andrew Bird Poster

Andrew Bird Poster

Size 11 x 17 Inches (28 x 43 cm) Flyer Size
price $9.99

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Andrew Bird’s recordings have the tendency to be grow on yous– their complex shine isn’t constantly instantly noticeable, but the even more time you provide them, the greater the layered, looping dividends will be.

I think the exact same is real for an Andrew Bird live show. It helps if you come in as a fan, with a relatively complete familiarity with his work. His subdued, focused performance Monday at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle wasn’t the kind of show to sway the unconverted, however a Bird diehard like myself was ex-tingly at the prolonged deconstructions of some catalog hits and cuts from the shimmering beauty of brand-new record Break it Yourself, which dominated the setlist.

After taking the stage alone and opening with the sprawling “Hole in the Ocean Floor,” Bird confessed he was feeling a little stressed out and needed to play a song more for his own perk than the audience’s. That was “Why?,” a wry, talky cut from Bird’s Bowl of Fire days. It was barely an orthodox opening, but it definitely set Bird on the right track as he was afterwards joined by a complete band and pushed with a bothersome primary speaker buzz to provide a transportive two-hour set.

Bird’s songwriting is remarkable. Bird completely accepts the peculiarities of his given topic, however does not create something too medical or too priceless out of it.

Monday’s show saw him do fairly devoted performances of Break it Yourself’s jackknifing baroque pop numbers like “Danse Caribe” and “Give It Away,” in addition to the more uncomplicated rock of single “Eyeoneye.” Even better though, were his reinventions of older material, like a prolonged jam of Armchair Apocrypha’s “Plasticities” and an extra droll rendition of the apocalyptic “Tables and Chairs” from The Mysterious Production of Eggs.

Wedged in the major set was a sweetly melancholy cover of “It’s Not Easy Being Green,” and the too-brief encore featured Townes Van Zandt’s “If I Needed You” and “Weather Systems” from the cd of the exact same name, which provided Bird’s phenomenal violin abilities– equally fantastic in picking and bowing– one last, transcendent showcase.

The only disadvantage to having as amazing a choice of tracks as Bird does is that a two-hour program doesn’t even start to scrape the surface of his catalog of songs. Monday’s Seattle stop was a stunning night.

It was hardly an orthodox opening, but it definitely set Bird on the right track as he was afterwards signed up with by a full band and pushed through a bothersome primary speaker buzz to bringing a transportive two-hour set.

Bird fully embraces the peculiarities of his provided topic, but doesn’t develop something too valuable or too medical out of it.



What up Andrew Bird?
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