Posts Tagged ‘Concert Poster’

The Raconteurs Posters – Jack white

Thursday, May 21st, 2009


The Raconteurs Posters


I was always a big fan of White Stripes and of Jack White, so when
formed the Raconteurs, I was excited, as much I the White Stripes
I was anxious to hear what he could being backed by a full rock
band. The Raconteurs did not disappoint, man I loved their stuff
from the first song. So I went out of my way to see the shows
and get the posters. here they are.
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July 25, 2006 at the Roseland Theater
Broken Boy Soldiers Tour

Raconteurs Poster

Raconteurs Poster

Size 11 x 17 inches – 28 x 43 cm
price $9.99



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After their second release “Consolers of the Lonely”, which I loved,
refreshingly hard with juicy riffs.
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They toured again and hit
Portland for two shows in 2008. September 16 and 17 at
Portland’s Roseland again.

Raconteurs tour poster Consolers of the Lonely

Raconteurs tour poster Consolers of the Lonely

size 11 x 17 inches -28 x 43cm
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Jack White – Raconteurs in the News
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Jack White constantly looks after his (brand-new) home town. Since transferring to Nashville a few years ago, he’s started trips with small private or final regional shows. In 2007, the White Stripes began their Icky Thump trip at Nashville’s Cannery Ballroom– while the Raconteurs’ succeeding tour in 2008 started simply upstairs from that space in the Mercy Lounge. The Dead Weather made their launching at the huge opening of White’s Third Man Records building in 2009, albeit with an exclusive program for good friends and household. This fad advanced Wednesday evening as The Raconteurs took show business for their first efficiency given that 2008 at White’s house turf of Third Man Records, an evening before their formerly announced day at the Ryman.
On August 26th, Third Man’s main twitter feed posted “The Raconteurs live at Third Man Sept. 14th !!!” with a web link to get tickets– which went on sale quickly. Needless to claim, this became one of the hottest tickets in Nashville extremely fast. All of this only added to the already momentous quantity of media hype for the return of The Raconteurs.

Followers began lining up before midday for the 7 p.m. show– not out of the normal for something connecting to Jack White. The Third Man outlet opened up at 5 p.m. to offer the badass limited version poster (see mentioned earlier) designed by Rob Jones, along with several other Raconteurs product. After a brief delay, we were ultimately led in to the blue space in the spine of Third Man– which, if you’ve never been, is a point of charm– and the show started at 8:15 p.m.

Jack White always takes care of his (brand-new) home town. In 2007, the White Stripes kicked off their Icky Thump tour at Nashville’s Cannery Ballroom– while the Raconteurs’ succeeding tour in 2008 began simply upstairs from that room in the Mercy Lounge. The Dead Weather made their launching at the marvelous opening of White’s Third Man Records building in 2009, albeit with a personal show for friends and family. Followers began lining up before midday for the 7 p.m. show– not out of the common for something associating to Jack White.




Van Halen Concert Posters

Thursday, May 21st, 2009


Van Halen Posters



What I remember about Van Halen is the video for “Hot For Teacher” and as a little kid
thinking that was some cool shit. – That got me into the rest of their albums from “Van Halen”
on.
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There is a special place in my heart for Eddie and David Lee and this show kinda captured it.
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This poster is a must have for any true Van Halen fan



Van Halen ReUnion Concert
with David Lee Roth December 1, 2007
at the Rose Garden in Portland.

Van Halen ReUnion Concert Poster

Van Halen ReUnion Concert Poster

Concert setlist included
size 11 x 17 inches – 28 – 43 cm
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Van Halen Ups
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The Bottom Line
What David Lee Roth has actually lost in singing assortment he recompensed for with his much-missed phase shtick. Add a grinning and reinvigorated Eddie Van Halen, and the sheer entertainment value in undeniable.
Staples Center,.
Los Angeles.
(Friday, June 1).
The (mostly) reunited band kindlies the home town group with traditional songs and vintage David Lee Roth shenanigans.

Five years in to its reunion with frontman David Lee Roth, the 2012 variation of Van Halen can’t simply play off the novelty element anymore. And in spite of singing imperfections and some dodgy set-list choices, Friday’s homecoming show at Staples Center revealed that this band should continuously be an exploring force if its participants so decide on.

Van Halen Deliver Showy Performance at Private L.A. Gig (Video).
The quartet that includes 3 late-fiftysomethings simply said its routine was underthought and as a result overbooked. No matter, this program went on– and it was so much pure enjoyable that followers have to be looking forward to more.
The most glaring distinction between Friday’s job and Van Halen’s Staples receive November 2007 was the return of Roth as showman focal point. A half-decade ago, he was tentative regarding using the aged shtick, opting to concentrate on his vocals as opposed to his stage identity and delivering the spotlight to rejuvenated guitar legend Eddie Van Halen. However that was then, this is now– and Vintage Concert Roth is back.
And Roth’s onstage mostly have actually been changed by soft footwear (he accustomeded an around 6-by-8-foot hunk of buffed wood for rotates, slides and twirls, though there were a number of excellent higher leg kicks). What the crowd got rather was excellent ol’ Chatty Dave.
“It’s a homecoming– the full-circle kind of result,” he told the crowd in the city the band broke out from in 1978. ‘Dave, Dave, Dave– it’s me.
Roth’s old antics switched off lots of individuals back then, however that belonged to the classic act. And Friday evening’s most throwback minute was the rebirth of Randy Dave for the very first time below in almost three many years: “Is that a video clip camera?” he asked a youthful woman down front. “You wanna make a sex tape?” Riotous.
Call it payment: All that aided turn the focus far from Roth’s noticeable vocal restrictions, without a doubt the roughest element of this show. He generally talked his method by means of the songs– for those who had actually counter with, “Well, that’s just what he constantly did,” there’s no contrast– though he from time to time got to back for a little extra. An instance of that came throughout “Oh, Pretty Woman,” which included most likely Roth’s greatest singing of the night, as if he knew he couldn’t artificial it when covering the Tortured One.
Whether any in the crowd were truly bothered– or surprised– by Roth’s shortage of array is open to question. They lapped up his ad-libs, well-rehearsed or not.

The most obvious distinction in between Friday’s event and Van Halen’s Staples show in November 2007 was the return of Roth as showman centerpiece. And Roth’s onstage usually have been changed by soft shoe (he accustomeded an about 6-by-8-foot hunk of buffed timber for rotates, twirls and slides, though there were numerous impressive high lower leg kicks). Roth’s old shenanigans transformed off lots of individuals back in the day, yet that was component of the classic act. Call it settlement: All that assisted transform the focus away from Roth’s apparent vocal limitations, by far the roughest part of this program. An example of that came during “Oh, Pretty Woman,” which featured most likely Roth’s easiest vocal of the evening, as if he understood he could not fake it when covering the Tortured One.



Tegan and Sara Posters

Thursday, May 21st, 2009


Tegan and Sara Posters



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Tegan and Sara Concert Poster

Tegan and Sara Concert Poster


Tegan and Sara Concert, December 4, 2007
at the Crystal Ballroom in Portland Oregon


11 x 17 inches – 28 x 43 cm
price $9.99

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Tegan and Sara Concert Crystal Ballroom 2006

Tegan and Sara Concert Poster

Tegan and Sara Concert Poster

Size 11 x 17 inches – 28 x 43 cm
price $9.99

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Tegan and Sara Concert Poster
2005 Roseland Theater Portland Oregon

Tegan and Sara Concert Poster

Tegan and Sara Concert Poster

Size 11 x 17 inches – 28 x 43 cm
price $9.99

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I love Tegan and Sara. There I said it. These two ladies have been bringing a great quirky indie
folk sensibility to their music for years. And they are finally getting the recognition they deserve.
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So take a look at these Tegan and Sara posters. If you call yourself a Tegan and Sara fan, you must get at least one of these.






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Tegan and Sara What Ups
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Tegan and Sara’s 13-year profession has seen them build a devoted international following of
followers and fellow musicians alike. Their unique potential to link the pop and indie
globes has enabled their songs to go across all standard limits of style, from being
covered by The White Stripes to collaborating with superstar DJs such as Tiesto and David
Guetta. Having sold nearly 1 million occupation albums and toured with acts from The Killers
to Neil Youthful, Tegan and Sara are now installed for the introduction of their 7th studio
cd– Heartthrob– as internationally-celebrated songwriters, performers, and musicians.

Tegan Quin and Sara Quin were birthed in Calgary, Alberta, Canada in 1980 and started playing
guitar and composing tracks at age 15. Abiding by the release of their initial independent
full-length cd, Under Tootsies Like Ours, in 1999, they grabbed the focus of Neil Youthful’s
iconic manager, Elliot Roberts, who rapidly signed them to his Los Angeles-based tag, Water
vapor Records. Tegan and Sara’s initial international introduction on Vapor, This Company Of
Art, was observed by comprehensive around the world touring, featuring opening slot machines
with Neil Young himself and a first appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman.



Buckethead Posters

Thursday, May 21st, 2009






BucketHead Posters


When you think of the great Guitar Players around right now, Buckethead has to jump to the top of list.
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Buckethead’s freakishly long fingers, his creativity and his raw talent vault him to the top of the list.
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These posters are must haves for any true Buckethead fan.


Concert Poster for a BucketHead show.
December 30, 2008 at the Crystal Ballroom in Portland.

Buckethead Concert Poster

Buckethead Concert Poster

Size 11 x17 – 28 x 43 cm
price $9.99



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He proceeded to pick up his Les Paul and give a clinic on metal guitar virtuosity. When he wasn’t playing insanely fast solo runs or poking out blazing, two-handed tapping bits, he was blasting out some of the crunchiest guitar riffs this side of a bucket of extra crispy.
Between songs Buckethead was either trading gifts with his fans, showing off his sweet nunchuck skills, or doing the robot. Musically the show was fantastic, with only a drum machine and Buckethead himself flailing away at the fretboard.
Solo heavy guitar music is one of those things that you have to really enjoy to get anything out of it, whether you appreciate it from a technical standpoint or not. Judging from the crowd’s reaction during the show and after, Buckethead’s fans were as appreciative of him as he was of them.

It takes a certain kind of talent to be able to captivate an audience for an hour and a half with nothing more than a guitar and a bucket on your head. At the Fox Theatre Saturday night, Buckethead showed us how it’s done.

Taking the stage with just his guitar and sound equipment, he filled the theater with pulse pounding beats while showcasing his talents at playing the six-string. A virtuoso at the guitar, Buckethead pushed the extremes of experimental rock while displaying some of the most dynamic and intricate guitar riffs one can imagine.
His persona is as much a part of a show as his ability to play guitar. Wearing an all white KFC bucket on his head and white theater mask, he moved around the stage robotically, posing and looking at the audience as if he was half machine. Jumping between melodic riffs to sounds you wouldn’t think could come from a guitar, it’s a juxtaposition of the beautiful and the extreme; the raw power of an amazing guitar solos with the intricacies of experimental and random sounds.

Halfway through his set, Buckethead showed the crowd his other skills. Losing his guitar and turning his sound equipment to old-school hip hop, he grabbed a pair of nunchucks and wowed the audience with master-like ability. He then began to break dance and performed the robot to the crowd’s delight, before grabbing a Santa-like blue sack and handing out gifts to the audience (and receiving some as well).

While he can take you to soaring heights with crescendo building melodies, he can be a little repetitive and sometimes too experimental with his songs. Creating beeps and sounds that remind of video games from the early ’80s, Buckethead takes you on a journey with magnificent rhythms yet jars you back to reality with screeching noises and computer-like sounds– all from his guitar.

When he wasn’t playing insanely fast solo runs or poking out blazing, two-handed tapping bits, he was blasting out some of the crunchiest guitar riffs this side of a bucket of extra crispy.
His persona is as much a part of a show as his ability to play guitar. Jumping between melodic riffs to sounds you wouldn’t think could come from a guitar, it’s a juxtaposition of the beautiful and the extreme; the raw power of an amazing guitar solos with the intricacies of experimental and random sounds.

Losing his guitar and turning his sound equipment to old-school hip hop, he grabbed a pair of nunchucks and wowed the audience with master-like ability.



Rise Against Posters

Thursday, May 21st, 2009


Rise Against Posters


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I first came to know Rise Against after hearing “Appeal to Reason”. Must say, they have
made me a believer. I love the honest energy they bring.
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If you are a fan of Rise Against, you should have at least one of these posters.
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Rise Against, Thrice, Alkaline Trio and Gaslight Anthem in Concert
Poster for the November 8, 2008 Concert at the Roseland in
Portland, Oregon

Rise Against,  Alkaline Trio and Gaslight Anthem Poster

Rise Against, Alkaline Trio and Gaslight Anthem Poster

Size 11 x 17 Inches – 28 x 43 cm
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Rise Against with Silverstein Concert at the Roseland Theater
in Portland, Oregon July 24, 2007

Rise Against Silverstein Poster

Rise Against Silverstein Poster

Size 11 x 17 inches – 28 x 42 cm
Price $9.99



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Rise Against, Thursday, Circa Survive and Billy Talent in Concert
November 6, 2007 at the Roseland Theater in Portland, oregon

 

 

Rise Against, Thursday, Circa Survive and Billy Talent Poster

Rise Against, Thursday, Circa Survive and Billy Talent Poster

size 11 x 17 inches – 28 x 43 cm
price $9.99

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Rise Against Logo Poster

 

 

Rise Against Logo Poster

Rise Against Logo Poster

size 11 x 17 inches – 28 x 43 cm
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Rise Against the Sufferer and the Witness Poster

 

 

Rise Against Sufferer and Witness Promo

Rise Against Sufferer and Witness Promo

size 11 x 17 in – 28 x 43 cm
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Rise Against What Ups
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Unexpectedly, web video screens came alive and lit up the stage like lights in a chaotic hurricane. All eyes were drawn to the updates footage shown on the screens: pictures of objections and political presentations all around the world. As the band lastly took the stage to a thunderous applause, I was all prepared to acquire my face thawed off by this hard-rock quartet.

Sad to say, I left the program later that evening with my face totally intact.

An instant explosion of light and noise erupted from show business. The audience pulsed with according power and delivered legions of shirtless bros into fits of slam-dancing, moshing and group surfing. Dozens of university ladies in the stands screamed with enjoyment and the final introduction of repressed jubilation that their favorite band had actually lastly come to State College for the very first time previously.

All the while, I found myself, to be completely honest, sort of worn out.

Initially I believed, “Oh begun, Johnny Marsh, you’re merely an old guy and you’re out of touch. You’re almost 30 and you just do not get this, so provide it a try and let yourself go.”.

And for a couple of moments, I attempted. I even attempted obliging a couple of headbangs listed here and there simply to receive myself in the effective perspective.

The sensible edge of my mind kicked all feeling of fond memories for the hard-rock shows of my youth from my head and started to pay attention and examine. And from that listening I found a band that truly just isn’t that impressive live.

Diva Tim McIlrath’s vocals were not bad, but I wouldn’t call them good, either. His vocal, while usually theoretically skilled and stuffed with adequate angst to make the goth children in all of us cheer up, were incredibly smothered and challenging to understand. Throughout the major set, with the full band, I could barely listen to a clear word. Only throughout the acoustic set did I in fact hear his voice, which was okay, yet it was eclipsed by the fact the he did not have much durability as a guitarist.

Bassist Joe Principe seemed to play well enough, when I can in fact hear your man. Essentially, the bass was far also reasonable in the mix, so it was hard to identify what he was doing differently from McIlrath’s rhythm guitar.

Lead guitarist Zach Blair is really the emphasize of this band. The guy has a fantastic feeling of the guitar and more stage existence compared to the rest of the band combined.

Suddenly, video displays came alive and lit up the stage like lights in a disorderly storm. As the band ultimately took the phase to a thunderous applause, I was all prepared to obtain my face melted off by this hard-rock quartet.

An urgent surge of light and noise appeared from the stage. Dozens of college ladies in the stands screamed with pleasure and the final launch of repressed jubilation that their beloved band had finally come to State College for the very first time ever before.

The man has a terrific sense of the guitar and even more phase existence than the remainder of the band blended.