BG 127 Creedence Clearwater Revival Ten Years After Lee Conklin Fillmore Poster
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Original 1st printing 13&7/8 x 21&1/8" concert poster for Creedence Clearwater Revival, Steppenwolf and It's A Beautiful Day appearing together from 7/2-4/1968 at the Fillmore Auditorium and the Paul Butterfield Blues Band appearing with Ten Years After and Truth (*canceled, replaced by Fleetwood Mac) from 7/5-7/1968 at the Fillmore West (formerly the Carousel), all shows held in San Francisco, CA.
Art by Lee Conklin, image is # 127 in the Bill Graham/Fillmore series.
Medium flat index stock poster is in good to very good (B to B/B+) condition; there are a couple of tack holes in the top center margin, along with a 2&1/2" thin diagonal bend/crease in the upper left corner, a couple of minor printing glitches in the left center/lower left margin area, a few soft handling/edge dings and a couple of ultra-tiny pin-prick surface spots hiding within the image area, otherwise it is a fine-looking example of this very weird-looking mid-'68 Fillmore poster.
The CCR/Steppenwolf shows marked the end of Bill Graham's proprietorship of original Fillmore Auditorium, while the Ten Years After/Butterfield shows were the first shows at the Carousel/Fillmore West under BGP's direction.... a transitional poster.