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    Beach Boys-1964 and Paul Revere and the Raiders-1966 Program Books. These original concert programs are perfect for any fan. The Beach Boy's program (9" x 12") is from their 1964 In Concert tour, with sixteen pages of pictures and brief biographies of each of the members. The program is in Very Good condition, only exhibiting slight wear in the form of scratches and some loss to the corners, the interior is in excellent condition. The second program is from Paul Revere and the Raiders 1966 tour (11.25" x 11.25"), with twenty-two pages in color and black and white. This program also, gives brief biographies of all of the band members. This book is in excellent condition with only minor creases to the corners.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2015
    19th-20th Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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