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Dylan transitioned from an acoustic folk artist in July 1965 at the Newport Folk Festival. He went from boos to become one America's most acclaimed artist that year.
Avid collector, Andrew Hawley from Vintage Rock Posters, announces his search for 1965 Bob Dylan
concert tour blanks featuring a Daniel
Kramer photograph printed by Murray Printing Company. According to Hawley, "Dylan transitioned from an acoustic folk artist in July 1965 at the Newport Folk Festival. He went from boos to become one America's most acclaimed artist that year. His concerts were split between acoustic and electric sets. He would join Robbie Robertson
and the Band for an electric set. His studio work produced some of the best music created by any artist in the mid-1960s. He released "Highway 61 Revisited" and "Blond on Blond." He toured extensively across the U.S. that year and the shows were well received as fans became more accustomed to his electric sound."
Hawley adds, "The Murray Printing Company tour blank was used for 15 concerts. Local printing companies would print venue name, concert date, location and ticket information. These concert posters were put in record shop windows and nailed onto telephone poles to advertise the upcoming Dylan shows. They were 14 x 22 inches in size and printed on thick cardboard." For examples of Dylan boxing style posters, please go to Bob Dylan
If you have an original 1965 Bob Dylan
tour blank concert poster with the Daniel
Kramer photograph, Hawley is willing to pay $5,000 cash for each concert poster. He is also interested in any authentic 1963-1966 Dylan concert posters. Any condition accepted. Please call 310-346-1965 or email andrew (at) vintageconcertposterbuyer.com.