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    Bill Graham - An Address Book From FM Productions, San Francisco, 1970s This address book was used by the late Charlene Young, a personal assistant to Bill Graham at FM Productions, a Graham company that handled touring, equipment, and other activities for numerous rock acts. Inscribed in Young's neat handwriting are the names, addresses, and phone numbers of a Who's Who of music industry personnel from the 1970s, including artists, managers, promoters, venues, deejays - you name them, they're probably in here. A fascinating artifact of the people who largely built the modern music business. Measures 6" x 8.5" in black vinyl, with various access stickers in the binder or affixed to the back including The Who, Grand Funk, Elvin Bishop, and others.

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    April, 2015
    18th-19th Saturday-Sunday
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