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Dave Matthews Band Poster – 2009 Gorge Concerts

Sunday, May 2nd, 2010


Dave Matthews Band Poster 2009 Gorge Concerts



The Dave Matthews Band suffered a great loss in 2009.
The Album Big Whiskey and the Groo Grux King was a
tribute to Leroi Moore and tour carried on in Leroi’s honor.


ConcertPoster.Org has scored some of the posters for
the 2009 Dave Matthews Band concerts at the Gorge on
Labor day weekend in Washington state.


Dave Matthews Band 2009 Tour Gorge Concerts Poster

Dave Matthews Band 2010 Tour Gorge Concerts Poster

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size approx 11 x17 inches
Window Display/telephone pole Flyer
price 9.99
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15 Concert Posters Worth a Look

Saturday, October 24th, 2009


15 Concert Posters Worth a Look



This post will highlight 15 concert posters out now that deserve a look. IMO.
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Kings of Leon
by Tara Mcpherson

Kings of Leon by Tara Mcpherson

Kings of Leon by Tara Mcpherson


Kings of Leon
by Ken Taylor
Australian shows

Kings of Leon By Ken Taylor

Kings of Leon By Ken Taylor


Another one by Ken Taylor

KOL by Ken taylor

KOL by Ken taylor


Dave Matthews Band
by Guy Burwell

Dave Matthews Band by Guy Burwell

Dave Matthews Band by Guy Burwell


Another Dave Matthews Band Concert Poster
by DoubleNaut

Dave Matthews Band by Doublenaut

Dave Matthews Band by Doublenaut


Dave Matthews Band
by Methane Studios
Look out for Yogi!

Dave Matthews Band by Methane Studios

Dave Matthews Band by Methane Studios


Pearl Jam
By Ames Bros.

Pearl Jam by Ames Bros

Pearl Jam by Ames Bros


another Pearl Jam by
Ames Bros.

Pearl Jam by Ames Bros

Pearl Jam by Ames Bros


Guttermouth
by Mark Sgarbossa

Guttermouth By Mark Sgarbossa

Guttermouth By Mark Sgarbossa


The Jesus Lizard
By Miles Stegall
idiotorgenius@gmail.com
Nice Buffalo~~~~~~~~

The Jesus Lizard

The Jesus Lizard


Crosby Stills and Nash
by Mark Spusta

Crosby Stills and Nash

Crosby Stills and Nash


Back To The Future
by Magnificent Beard

Back to the future

Back to the future


Isis
BY Seldon Hunt

Isis by Seldon Hunt

Isis by Seldon Hunt


Mike Gordon
by Nate Duval
Not Penis envy but ……?

Mike Gordon

Mike Gordon


Mars Volta
by Jared Connor

Mars Volta

Mars Volta

another by Jared Connor

Mars Volta 2

Mars Volta 2


Misfits
by Craig Horkey
Art_Guerilla@hotmail.com

Misfits

Misfits


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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).





LOW INVENTORY ITEM, (One Left), It may be pulled for auction if it does not sell by midnight >>> 4 hours 11 minutes 17 seconds << Act now to OWN this






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).