Posts Tagged ‘Concert Poster’

Dir En Grey posters

Thursday, May 21st, 2009


Dir En Grey Posters.

 


Japanese band Dir En Grey.
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It’s hard to characterize these guys.
They sing in Japanese and are striking visually.
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Here is the Concert Poster from their stop in Portland, Oregon.

December 2, 2008 at the Hawthorne Theater

 

Dir En Grey Poster

Dir En Grey Poster

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



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Dir en grey (ディル アン グレイ) a band from Japan



Dir En Grey Ups
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Catya and I got there 2 hours before the show started and got in at about 5:00 PM because we got VIP tickets. There weren’t a whole lot of VIP’s … I ‘d say somewhere between 10-15 people. I suggested that they tour with OTEP but … hey thats just my opinion.

It was funny because the members kind of looked like they didn’t want to be there. And I guess if I just flew from Japan and toured across America, meeting strange fans, and playing shows I ‘d be tired as hell too.

We got to shake the member’s hands and take pictures with them too. HAH I said “Nice to meet you” to Die and he said “Nice to meet you” too: DDD And all of them have very firm handshakes, especially Kyo who has the kind of handshake that is slightly slightly painful but I didn’t mind at all. Oh and after comparing my height and other people’s height to Kyo’s I ‘d say he is definitely 5’ 3.

Catya and I secured some positions in the middle right behind the barrier/stand thingies. I sprinted upstairs and grabbed some Merch from the merch table and ran back down to my spot on the floor and about 5-10 minutes later everyone else came into the venue.

The opening act was a band called Evaline. And … they weren’t very good. I think they were trying to sound like an experimental band but it was just to plain to be experimental. I guess they are one of those bands that you would just lump into the “alternative” genre of music. I will admit that they had good energy. The lead singer kept jumping off stage and into our faces. And poor Catya kept getting harassed from him. They gave me quite a laugh.

Dir en gray came on stage and tore the house down. Although I don’t remember the order I do remember all the songs they played:.

– Sa Bir.
– Red Soil.
– Agitated Screams of Maggots.
– Gaika Chinmoku Ga Nemuru Koro.
– Shokubeni (Kyo’s voice cracked SUPER HARD during the bridge. so sad …).
– Dozing Green.
– The Final.
– Vinushka.
– Rotting Root.
– Inconvenient Ideal (encore).
– Reiktsu Nariseba.
– Obsucre.
– Hageshi … (I can’t remember the whole title but its their latest single).
– Obscure.
– Inward Scream (Kyo’s solo).
– ç¾�å�¹å�½ (WOOT this song is pretty old but it still sounded great).

The band had lots of energy and everyone sounded great. Kaoru looked super cool as he head banged although one of his guitars got messed up right before they played “Obscure” so he seemed slightly annoyed about that. Toshiya slapped his bass like nobody’s business while he ran around the stage, did his little dance, and hyped up the audience.

– __ – I wanted to smack her in the mouth and close the big gap between her front teeth. This only further proved the point that I made with Catya that night. I mean I truly believed that if the members didn’t look as good as they did then their female fans would NOT like them as much.

Catya and I got there 2 hours before the show started and got in at about 5:00 PM because we got VIP tickets. It was funny because the members kind of looked like they didn’t want to be there. We got to shake the member’s hands and take pictures with them too. And poor Catya kept getting harassed from him. Kaoru looked super cool as he head banged although one of his guitars got messed up right before they played “Obscure” so he seemed slightly annoyed about that.



Jack Johnson Concert Posters

Thursday, May 21st, 2009






Jack Johnson Posters


Jack Johnson, the founder of the “Chillax” music.
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I must admit that I enjoy his stuff, I always think of jamming around a fire on
the beach under endless starry nightskies, after a satisfying day of surfing.
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This Jack Johnson poster was for his 2008 show near Portland, part
of his “Sleep Through the Static” Tour.


Jack Johnson Concert Poster

Jack Johnson Concert Poster

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

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Jack Johnson, G. Love and Donavon Frankenreiter Poster
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I also snagged a poster from an earlier Jack Johnson tour through Europe.
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The poster is for2 concerts in Germany, Koln and Hamburg. Circa 2003 I think.


Jack Johnson G. Love Donovan poster

Jack Johnson G. Love Donovan poster

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Size European A3 (approx 11 x 17 inches)
price $9.99

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When it relates to playing heartfelt tunes, you really can’t beat Jack Johnson transferred via his cannon of songs that he likes what he performs. A lot of performers build expectancy through conserving their most current hit for the finish of the show, but Jack Johnson started along with it. As he sang You as well as Your Heart the group leapt to its feet as well as stayed there singing and dancing throughout the concert. In a lot of methods this felt like Jack Johnson cared way too much to make his crowd hang around to find out one thing they truly desired to find out, so he provided it to them right from the beginning.

His demonstrable love for the crowd was actually repeated throughout the show as he endeavored to devote a track to a dad that possessed a little bit of boy on his shoulders, or as he raised opener G-Love to possess the crowd vocalize satisfied birthday to him. Johnson’s accurate affection that permeates just about anything he performs is actually the ocean. Backed by a looming array of web video displays, several of the tracks were gone along with simply by video pictures of the sea and the universe that borders this.

Johnson’s romance for the ocean prolongs far past his songs. In a relocation that is actually merely unheard of, Johnson contributes 100 % of the earnings for the tour to humaneness by means of the All At Once Foundation. Johnson, in his incredibly amazing and also underrated technique, certainly never addresses.



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Dave Matthews Band Concert Posters

Sunday, May 17th, 2009


Dave Matthews Band Concert Posters


Gorge Amphitheater, George, Washington State Labor Day Weekend 2008


Dave Matthews Band Gorge 2008

Dave Matthews Band Gorge 2008


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Price $9.99 – Includes Poster, Plastic Display Pocket and Hanger.




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Poster 11 x 17 inches (28 x44 cm).





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The nearly three-hour concert was a reach into the band’s early discography that left the crowd cheering till it was hoarse. Matthews came out before the show to introduce The Lumineers (” not that they need it,” he remarked), who kicked things off with a solid set of their brand of “stomp-and-clap,” Mumford & Sons-y folk rock that had many on the floor singing and dancing along.

By the end, Matthews was singing and dancing covered in sweat, fiddle player Boyd Tinsley was soloing with a wa-wa effect more commonly used with an electric guitar and saxophonist Jeff Coffin was playing two saxophones at the same time.

Beauford stood out on drums. He showed insane control and precision in his playing never missing a beat even during odd time changes and transitions. As well as his unmatched dexterity and open hand drumming style, he showed great versatility in his style from jazz to rock, pop, rhythm and blues, and country. One of the highlights of the concert was his ridiculous drum solo in “Two Step.” The creativity he pulls out of a four count is unmatched. Beauford is the glue that allows the Dave Matthews Band to meld the different genres that create their multi-styled sound.

Tinsley and Coffin add flavor to the group. Boyd Tinsley is one of the most talented pop violinists in the world. Tinsley has a way of phrasing lyrical lines and provoking emotional complexity in his sound. In more upbeat driven songs Tinsley adds an edge to his sound and drives passages that build up and build up until you think they will never climax. The energy is amazing in his playing and he has a great jazz violin tone which at points sounds influenced by Jean-Luc Ponty. Tinsley’s solo in” # 41″ is a bit different each time and last’s night was the best I have ever heard it performed. Tinsley is the epitome of a cool violinist.

Several new tracks from “Away From the World” were slipped in here and there throughout the show, but didn’t feel out of place or distract from the slew of classics the band served up.

the leader of the group, Dave Matthews. I have found myself indifferent on his vocals. He doesn’t sing out of tune like Taylor Swift, isn’t completely nasally like Scott Stapp, and the tone of his voice isn’t horrible, it does bother me to some extent that I can’t understand half of what he is saying. His vocals are not ones to be hummed to which may bother some people. I’ve never been one to pay a lot of attention to vocals so his style of singing does not affect my fondness for the band as a whole. The instrumental composition of their songs makes up for the incoherent lyrics. Although Matthews’ vocals are mediocre, he is a very talented writer.

“Broken Things,” the album’s first song, was also the first new track the band played (it came three songs into the set). It accompanied “Rooftop,” “If Only,” “Drunken Soldier” and “Belly Belly Nice,” as well as the band’s most recent single, “Mercy,” and the radio 2009 radio hit “You and Me.” Both had the crowd singing along.

Beauford is the glue that allows the Dave Matthews Band to meld the different genres that create their multi-styled sound.

In more upbeat driven songs Tinsley adds an edge to his sound and drives passages that build up and build up until you think they will never climax. I’ve never been one to pay a lot of attention to vocals so his style of singing does not affect my fondness for the band as a whole. Matthews’ vocals are mediocre, he is a very talented writer.

“Broken Things,” the album’s first song, was also the first new track the band played (it came three songs into the set).




Spoon Concert Posters

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009


Spoon Posters

 


Spoon Portland Concert Poster

 

 

Spoon Concert Poster 2009

Spoon Concert Poster 2009

Spoon Friday March 6, 2009 Crystal Ballroom
size 11 x17 (28 x 44 cm approx)
Price 9.99
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Spoon Concert Poster by Mile 44

 

 

Spoon Poster by Mile 44

Spoon Poster by Mile 44

Mile 44

 


Britt Daniel Concert Poster

 

 

Britt Daniel Of Spoon Poster

Britt Daniel Of Spoon Poster

August 25, 2006 at Dante’s Portland Oregon
Size 11 x17 (28 x 44 cm)

Price $9.99
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Spoon Concert Poster by Micah Smith

 

 

Spoon Poster by Micah Smith

Spoon Poster by Micah Smith

Micah Smith

 


 

 

 


Spoon Concert Poster by Matt Luenig

 

 

Spoon Poster by Matt Luenig

Spoon Poster by Matt Luenig

Matt Luenig

 


 

 

 


Spoon Concert Poster by Keegan Onefoot

 

 

Spoon by Keegan Onefoot

Spoon by Keegan Onefoot

Keegan Onefoot

 


Spoon Portland concert Poster

 

 

Spoon Portland Poster

Spoon Portland Poster

December 7, 2006 Crystal Ballroom

size 12 x18 (30 x 47 cm)

price $9.99
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Spoon by Hero Design

 

Spoon by Hero Design

Spoon by Hero Design

Hero Design

 


Spoon by Aesthestic Apparatus

 

 

Spoon by Aesthetic Apparatus

Spoon by Aesthetic Apparatus

Aesthetic Apparatus

 




Spoon isn’t really Metallica. The quartet, originally through Austin, Texas, is all pertaining to maximizing incredibly little bit of, a Spartan noise that places a premium on area, terseness as well as subtle characteristics. That the band’s steady progress over 16 years has indeed led it to this location is actually a proof to persistency, yet such appeal additionally shows fresh challenges. Spoon does not compose tunes produced to perform major, as well as the stable mix maybe tried to over-compensate by cranking up the volume.

Daniel didn’t possess a lot to claim to the loosened, friendly crowd, many of whom supported the more familiar tunes (The Underdog, Can You Evah, Sister Jack or perhaps You Got Year Cherry Bomb) as well as typically concerned Spoon as an extraordinarily hip residential property band (the babble, as is regretfully the standard at Dallas tv shows, barely stopped unless each person recognized which tune was being actually performed; slices like Take a Walk, from 2001’s Girls Can Tell, barely stood an odds).

Daniel opened up solo acoustic, lit up just by Christmas lightings that jingled the phase, his wiry appearance and also angular tresses matching the sharp edges of his lean tunes. His functionality of “Me and the Bean” magnified his toughness as a frontal guy: any guitar and vocals, haiku-like lyrics, the demeanor of a guy who doesn’t would like to be troubled using getting to reveal himself. Every thing in Spoon’s music jumped on the bandwagon.

That dichotomy among putting on control on record and an attractive, practically freewheeling mental outlook collectively, combined using Daniel’s unflinching eyesight as a performer as well as songwriter, is what has let Spoon to virtually chart its personal road over the final decade (extremely, 2013 marks TWENTY years of Spoon). The band carries on to nourish its own needs, rather than crank out imitator renditions of the monitors which have indeed provided them enhanced presence and a centered earnings stream through licensing. Although the quartet is a part even more geographically scattered todays, Spoon’s focus is likely as serious as ever.



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The Police Concert Posters – Sting

Thursday, March 26th, 2009


The Police Concert Posters


The Police (Stewart Copeland, Sting, and Andy Summers)  re-united for one last Time in 2007 for a reunion Tour.

 

The Police Reunion Tour Poster

The Police Reunion Tour Poster

Great to hear Stewart, Sting and Andy one Last time. This poster from their Show near Portland at the Clark County amphitheater, Elvis Costello Opened the show.
Price $9.99




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Despite the reportedly acrimonious breakup of the Police in the mid-1980’s, all three of them at least looked like they were having a good time, particularly Stewart Copeland, who is an absolute wizard on the drums– and everything else he puts his sticks to. Wearing the Cubs jersey was a nice touch, though he could have had it on the entire evening rather than just for a fifteen-minute encore. Sting is now almost 56 years old and on some songs his voice didn’t hit the high registers that he was so well-known for– except on “Roxanne”, the final song before the encores, where he hit the high notes perfectly.

I guess they are getting old. A little slower and Sting dropped an octave on a few choruses.
I’ve been reading a lot of reviews from every city, and 75 % or more of the reviews talk about how bad the sound was, especially the bass. I hope in the future for fans they change their sound system because 250.00 for two tickets middle of the road, the fans should expect quality sound.

Early in the show Sting mentioned that the last time they had played in Chicago was in 1983– at the old Comiskey Park. That brought boos from many of the Cub fans in the crowd, and I don’t think Sting really understood why. He also mentioned that they had played at the old Riviera at Lawrence & Broadway in 1978.

A few of the reworkings worked. “The Bed’s Too Big Without You” came across like a stoned reggae piece, and the trio finally started to jam near song’s end. “Walking in Your Footsteps” started as an exotic funk and built into the night’s first groove.

Thereafter– well, the final six songs– the Police finally played like a band rather than a famous rock star who had reunited with his two former sidemen for the first time in 23 years to get some huge paychecks.

The band was truly cooking on a hard-driving treatment of “Can’t Stand Losing You.” The intensity had finally picked up, Summers started dancing to the music and Sting actually seemed to be enjoying himself for the first time all night. The eager crowd, which had seemed intermittently bored, finally found synchronicity with the band.

No one minded Sting indulging in jazzing up “Roxanne,” the Police’s biggest and most tiresome hit. How many improvised riffs of “Roxanne-oh” does he need to keep his jazz cred? Fortunately, when the band sped up at the song’s familiar turn, the fans were thrilled.

And as I looked around at the crowd surrounding me, many of whom weren’t even born when the Police were the # 1 band in the world, listening to all the great music of my youth, I realized that this is a way of connecting generations, because the music of the Police still resonates, more than twenty years after they broke up. If you’re going tonight, you’ll have a terrific time. At one point Sting asked for the crowd to “get loud”, and they did.

this was wholly a Police show with none of his solo material and pretty much the greatest hits one would expect.
I’ve mentioned before my early love of this band but as I listened to a lot of the music in the days before the show I realized just how little of it I still listen to. I have all five albums on lp but over the years only picked up two of them on CD, Reggatta de Blanc and Zenyatta Mondatta.

Sting is now almost 56 years old and on some songs his voice didn’t hit the high registers that he was so well-known for– except on “Roxanne”, the final song before the encores, where he hit the high notes perfectly.

Early in the show Sting mentioned that the last time they had played in Chicago was in 1983– at the old Comiskey Park. The intensity had finally picked up, Summers started dancing to the music and Sting actually seemed to be enjoying himself for the first time all night. No one minded Sting indulging in jazzing up “Roxanne,” the Police’s biggest and most tiresome hit. And as I looked around at the crowd surrounding me, many of whom weren’t even born when the Police were the # 1 band in the world, listening to all the great music of my youth, I realized that this is a way of connecting generations, because the music of the Police still resonates, more than twenty years after they broke up.