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1968 Big Brother And The Holding Company Concert Ticket Vintage Day 3 Lot (2)

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As a result of their galvanizing performance at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967, Big Brother & the Holding Co. and their lead singer Janis Joplin were quickly thrust into the national spotlight. Because of existing contractual obligations, BG124 represents a time when Big Brother was poised for stardom, yet without an album. A few months after these shows, “Cheap Thrills” would be released and shoot to number one. A few months after that, Janis Joplin would leave Big Brother for a solo career.

Scott Eisenberg worked as the operations manager at Winterland Productions, he used the extra vintage concert tickets as his business cards. He played a very important role in the company and all of its accomplishments. Where else will you find vintage concert tickets from the 1960’s that were used as personal business cards like these were except for our auction!

PERFORMER:
Big Brother and the Holding Company
The Foundations
The Crazy World of Arthur Brown

LIGHT SHOW:
Holy See

ARTIST:
Bob Fried
Jonathan Julian

DATE:
Jun 13, 1968

VENUE:
Fillmore Auditorium (San Francisco, CA)

CONDITION:
Mint

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1 review for 1968 Big Brother And The Holding Company Concert Ticket Vintage Day 3 Lot (2)

  1. Saddam Zaid

    Nice

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1 review for 1968 Big Brother And The Holding Company Concert Ticket Vintage Day 3 Lot (2)

  1. Saddam Zaid

    Nice

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