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Behind the Poster: Elton John, Los Angeles, 1975

Behind the Poster: Elton John, Los Angeles, 1975

PURCHASE In a career made up of legendary performances, Elton John’s 1975 concerts at Dodger Stadium stand out as truly iconic. The shows, which took place Oct. 25 and 26, saw John at the height of fame. More than 100,000 fans packed the ballpark over two days to watch the flamboyant musician, his performances marking the first rock shows at the stadium since the Beatles nearly a decade earlier. “You have to remember – in October 1975, no one was bigger than Elton John,” recalled photographer Terry O'Neill, likening the hype around John to that of Elvis Presley. “It is...

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Behind the Poster: Pantera Cowboys From Hell 30th Anniversary

Behind the Poster: Pantera Cowboys From Hell 30th Anniversary

PURCHASE Thirty years ago Pantera released their major label debut and mainstream breakthrough, COWBOYS FROM HELL. Their signing to Atco came about after they were rejected “28 times by every major label on the face of the earth.” It proved not only to be financial success, but a highly influential album as well, being cited as one of the albums that defined the subgenre known as “groove metal” and making it onto best-of lists by Guitar World, IGN, and Metal Rules. Iconic by Collectionzz is honored to work closely with Pantera and artist Paul Jackson in releasing this official COWBOYS FROM HELL 30th Anniversary Print.

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Behind the Poster: The Who, University of Leeds, February 14, 1970 (Print 2 of Set)

Behind the Poster: The Who, University of Leeds, February 14, 1970 (Print 2 of Set)

PURCHASE When you think about the most important rock bands in history, The Who is undoubtedly in the conversation for many different reasons. One of those reasons is their incredible live performances - which they are still doing to this day.  Take a trip in the Iconic by Collectionzz time machine all the way back to 1970. The Who were looking for a way to follow up their 1969 album Tommy. They had recorded several shows for a live album on tours supporting Tommy in the United States, but didn't like the sound on any of the recordings. The Who decided to book two shows in early 1970 (on...

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Behind the Poster: Rush- 2112 "The Temples of Syrinx"

Behind the Poster: Rush- 2112 "The Temples of Syrinx"

  PURCHASE   Rush's remarkably daring 1976 release of the dystopian future, sci-fi concept album 2112 turned 44 years old on April 1, 2020; and we are honored to be able to release an officially licensed print by the amazing Palehorse titled The Temples of Syrinx.  Following a series of multi-planetary cataclysms in the year 2112, a federation of demonic, interplanetary rulers, masquerading as divinely inspired priests have taken control of the remaining citizens, eliminating all traces and relics of mind-expanding tools of self-discovery. All forms of art, music, literature, entertainment and career opportunities have been limited to that which has been solely provided and ordained...

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