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The songs by Creedence Clearwater Revival are some of the most memorable and catchy tunes from the ‘60’s. Unfortunately, John Fogerty signed away his publishing rights to an unscrupulous manager, who was also the owner of the Bands label, Fantasy records, Saul Zantz. The final insult came when Zantz sued Forerty for copying his own style in the Fogerty tune “Old Man Down The Road.

Poster – Creedence Clearwater Revival, Fillmore Auditorium   
Sub Title – BG-127   
Grade –Mint 97
Bands/Bill- Creedence Clearwater Revival, Steppenwolf, Butterfield Blues Band, Ten Years After, It’s a Beautiful Day, and Truth       
Venue- Fillmore Auditorium   
City – San Francisco, California   
Date – 7/2-7/68   
Dimensions- 13 15/16”x 21”   
Printing- OP-1, Original Printing   
Artist – Lee Conklin   
Series/ Promoter- Bill Graham   
Paper Type – Index   
Condition Details – There are no nicks, cuts, tears, pinholes, or restoration of any kind.

*****This poster is available for inspection at our gallery, by appointment. *****

1968-BG-127-OP-1-Fillmore Auditorium-Creedence Clearwater Revival-PAE Graded Mint 97
1968-BG-127-OP-1-Fillmore Auditorium-Creedence Clearwater Revival-PAE Graded Mint 97
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Auction closed on Thursday, October 8, 2015.
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