Note: THESE POSTERS ARE DIFFERENT SIZES.
About the first poster:
Little Fibia had quote wild ride before his mysterious disappearance in 1970. Part of the British Invastion, Fibia and his band were the hottest in the land for several years, moving from the garage band circuit to the grayeyard crowd within a single year. The first poster documents a 1964 appearance in Collinsport, Maine, with openers The Crypt Kicker Five.
This poster is 15" x 19" and printed in glossy text-weight paper.
About the second poster:
Little Fibia's rise was only less sudden than his fall, which came suddenly with his disappearance in 1970. Conspiracy theories abound, none of which have ever been substantiated. This poster chronicles his appearance at a Bill Graham music festival on Dec. 6, 1969, a date with sinister connotations. (Google it.) This show bands such as Led Zeppelin, Tiny Tim, Soft White Underbelly, Curt Wild and the Rats, The Folksmen and Electric Mayhem warming his crowd. By this point in his career, Fibia has fully embraced the acid culture, in both his music and lifestyle. He's long since ditched his backing band The Tibias, and was supported at this show by Soft White Underbelly ... who would change their name to Blue Oyster Cult not long after.
This poster is 11" x 17" and printed in glossy text-weight paper.
Both posters are also available from this store individually.
Orders over $35 ship free. For orders less than $35, 11x17 prints ship domestically for a flat rate of $4 for the first print and $1 for each additional print. International orders ship for a flat rate which varies by country for the first print and $1 for each additional print.