Jefferson Airplane – Grace Slick – Grace Slick’s Monterey Pop Festival Worn Dress

  Offered here is one of the most truly extraordinary music collectibles we’ve ever had the pleasure to offer–the original dress Grace Slick wore while performing with the Jefferson Airplane at the historic Monterey Pop Festival in June, 1967.  The Monterey Pop Festival was first major rock music festival, and along with the 1969 Woodstock […]

Grateful Dead – Quicksilver – Big Brother – Love – BG-14 First Print Fillmore Poster

A beautiful Excellent condition first printing of BG-14, the poster advertising a series of concerts with the Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Big Brother & The Holding Company, Great Society (with Grace Slick, before she joined the Jefferson Airplane,) Charlatans, Love and Sopwith Camel at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco. This has got to […]

Monterey Pop Festival – Notes For The Friendly Media Press Handout

From the collection of the late Ralph J. Gleason, here is a 3 page handout from the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival, titled “Notes for the Friendly Media.” Written by Beatles press agent Derek Taylor, who ran the press relations at Monterey Pop, these instructions were given to reporters, and contains all the do’s and dont’s […]

Jefferson Airplane – 1967 US Tour Program

A deluxe 1967 Tour Program, in mint condition and from the collection of legendary music critic Ralph J. Gleason. Filled with color and black and white photos, text and general psychedelia, this beautiful program sums up the summer of love like few other artifacts can. This was owned by early supporter Gleason, who penned the […]

Jimi Hendrix – The Doors – The Who – ELP – etc. – Isle Of Wight 1970 Unused Ticket and Program

An unused ticket and deluxe 56 page program for the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival, which featured performances by Jimi Hendrix (his second to last,) The Doors, The Who, Family, Procol Harum, Taste, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Free, Joni Mitchell, Miles Davis, Sly & The Family Stone, Jethro Tull, Leonard Cohen, Pentangle, the Moody Blues […]

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