AVAILABLE OCTOBER 23rd AT 2PM (EDT) We are thrilled to finally present our first limited edition print for The Doors, commemorating their album Morrison Hotel on its 50th Anniversary! This album was dangerously close to not being made. In late 1969, it appeared that The Doors were destined for a breakup. At the behest of their record label to "work out their demons" by recording a new album, the band re-entered the studio with their long time producer Paul Rothchild. The result was The Doors' iconic fifth album, released in February 1970. Morrison Hotel received critical and commercial success with radio hits such as Roadhouse Blues and Peace Frog. Creem magazine called...
Commemorating Ready to Die on its 26th Anniversary with an official fine art print by Paul Jackson!
On August 25, 1970, Elton John flew to the United States and made his U.S. debut at the Troubadour in Los Angeles. This concert was a cataclysmic moment that created the momentum fueling Elton John’s commercial explosion, helping him turn from an unknown into rock’s biggest star since the Beatles.
Willie Nelson's concerts on June 29th and 30th in 1974 at The Texas Opry House were Willie and his band at their finest. Showcasing the full range of material from classics written a decade before like Crazy, to his then-current hits like Whiskey River, the concerts represent Willie his giving the "high-sign" to Nashville and embracing his new musical home in Austin.