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Prince 1983 Concert Tour 22 x 28 Original Poster for his 1999 Tour
Winning Bid: $3,767.02
Auction ends: February 10, 2018 8:00 PM
Winning Bid: $3,767.02
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Presented here for sale is an original Prince 1999 Concert Tour 22″ x 28″ Poster, which was held at the Baltimore Civic Center Baltimore, Maryland. The concert was held Saturday March 5th 1983. This was the concert promoter Richard “Dick” Klotzman’s personal poster for the concert that evening. Please refer to the Prince 1999 tour jacket offered for sale elsewhere in this auction , which validates this posters originality. Also on the billing was the group Vanity 6 which were known for their hit song “Nasty Girl”. The warm up band was The Time. B&W photos of each act were printed on the Poster .The Prince photo on the poster is amazing. The poster is on card stock with orange, yellow, & black graphics.This poster has only minor wear on the bottom edges , otherwise a fine example that has lasted the length of time. (See pictures)
Richard “Dick” Klotzman dominated the World of Live Personal Appearances for 50 years promoting and producing concerts for the greatest artists In Entertainment History. His client list included The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Madonna, Prince, Michael Jackson , Led Zeppelin, Public Enemy among the many other clients too long to list in this summary. No one has had a greater impact on the development of contemporary music concert planning and promotion throughout North America than Dick Klotzman.
Globe Poster Printing Corporation, historically one of the nation’s largest showcard printers, has been telling the story of American music and entertainment through bright and iconic posters since 1929. Globe began by printing posters for vaudeville acts, movie theaters, drag races, burlesque houses, and carnivals and became known for its work with R&B, soul, and jazz performers—including James Brown, B.B. King, Otis Redding, Ike and Tina Turner, Billie Holiday, and Solomon Burke—as well as gospel, rock, hip hop, funk, and go-go acts.
When Globe Poster closed its doors in late 2010, owners and brothers Bob and Frank Cicero hoped to keep the collection in Baltimore.
Prince, The Time, Vanity 6
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