Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) July 22, 2012
Avid 1960's poster collector Andrew Hawley, from Vintage Rock Posters, announces his search for vintage Bob Dylan 1964 Kleinhans Music Hall Buffalo concert posters. The concert was held on November 1, 1964. According to Hawley, “The Kleinhans is home of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and was built in the late 1930s. It is best known for Martin Luther King's famous “The Future of Integration " speech were King stated "We are moving to the day when we will judge a man by his character and ability instead of by the color of his skin." Dylan had ability in 1964, but it would take his second Kleinhans concert the following year to have an enthusiastic audience because the first concert was poorly attended.”
Hawley continues, “The 1964 Kleinhans concert poster is similar to the 1963 Town Hall, New York concert poster, which was Dylan’s first major performance. The Dylan Kleinhans poster uses an early photo of Dylan with his harmonica. The biggest difference being the Town Hall and Kleinhans posters, is the Town Hall poster includes local quotes from newspapers and music magazines. The Kleinhans poster does not use these quotes. The 1965 Dylan Kleinhans poster used the standard 1965 tour blank featuring the Daniel Kramer photo of Dylan on stage playing his guitar. The 1965 tour blank would be used at most of Dylan's 1965 tour stops including San Jose, Minneapolis, Carnegie Hall, Vets Memorial in Columbus, Ohio and the Pasadena Civic Center.”
Hawley will pay $5,000 cash for the 1964 and 1965 Dylan Kleinhans concert posters or any other 1962-1966 vintage Dylan concert posters. Any condition would be accepted. Please call 310-346-1965 or email andrew(at)vintageconcertposterbuyer.com.