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Ray Charles – 1963 St.Louis Boxing-Style Cardboard Concert Poster

A rare boxing-style concert poster advertising a March, 1963 concert by Ray Charles “and his Augmented Orchestra  plus the Singing Raelets” at the Kiel Opera House in St. Louis.  Billed as “A Salute to Genius…In Concert” this stuunning poster notes Charles will be “Playing his hit records In Person!” and mentions “Georgia”, “What I’d Say”, […]

Ray Charles – 1978 German Concert Poster

A concert poster advertising Ray Charles’ October 21, 1978 concert at the Jahrhunderthalle in Frankfurt, Germany (a few months after Charles’ appearance with Dizzy Gillespie at the Montreux Jazz Festival).  This striking poster was designed by legendary German poster designer Gunter Kieser, and measures  23 1/4″ x 33″. In near mint condition.

Ray Charles – Spectacular 1969 Concert Poster

A spectacular concert poster advertising an October 1969 show by Ray Charles and the Raelettes at the Jahrhunderthalle in Frankfurt, Germany.  Until acquiring this example, we had never seen this very rare poster, which features a dramatic photograph of Charles by French photographer Jean-Pierre Leloir.  In overall excellent condition, archivally mounted to a rice paper […]

Ray Charles – 1963 Boxing-Style Concert Poster

A beautiful boxing style concert poster advertising a concert by Ray Charles at Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium, December 28, 1963.  The poster promotes the show as “An unforgettable musical experience” and Charles as “The most creative musical giant of this generation” and that’s no exaggeration–this was Charles at the top of his game.  The poster, […]

Ray Charles – Original Mid-1960’s Maurice Seymour Photograph

A vintage promotional photograph of Ray Charles circa 1966, by Maurice Seymour of New York.  This classic image of Brother Ray at the Piano measures 8″ x 10,” and is in near mint condition.  Maurice Seymour was actually two brothers: Maurice (1900-93) and Seymour (1902-95) Zeldman. Born in Russia, the pair came to Chicago in […]

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