This concert was a benefit for the Haight Ashbury Free Clinic and The Athaneum Arts Foundation It took place 8-30 through 9/2 1968. The bands that played are not listed on the poster, only on the handbills and included (to name a few): The Grateful Dead, Big Brother, Quicksilver, Santana, Steve Miller, Kaleidoscope, and the Sons of Champlin, to name only a few. Printed on silver foil paper.
Old And In The Way was an all-star bluegrass group in the 1970s. The group performed traditional tunes such as "Pig in a Pen" as well as bluegrass-flavoured versions of The Rolling Stones' "Wild Horses" and Peter Rowan's "Panama Red". Old and in the Way's debut album Old and in the Way which was released in 1975 was the top selling Bluegrass album for decades. The group, sans Jerry Garcia and John Kahn, released a reunion album in 2002, called Old and in the Gray.
New Riders of old purple sage, Barry McGuire and the Doctor,Steve Miller, Humble Mumble Fumble and Dumble (James Gurley, Sam Andrews, Peter Albin and David Getz at the Fillmore West. Family Dog benefit Nov. 19 8:30 $3
The Mystery Trend, The sons of champlin, Blackbird and Snow Jameson. Publicity art poster from a page in a magazine. The reverse side has an ad for Country Joe & the Fish on Vanguard Records . Printed on thin, glossy stock
Rick Griffin, 60’s poster artist, stands in front of the Door of Perception!