Gene Pitney/Buckinghams Greensboro Coliseum Concert Poster...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionGene Pitney/Buckinghams Greensboro Coliseum Concert Poster (1967). Very Rare.
Window card poster printed on card stock for "The Gene Pitney Show", dated Sunday Aug. 13 in North Carolina. The poster features photos of Pitney and all the support acts and lists their recent hits, including the Buckinghams, the Easy Beats, This Music Explosion, the Fifth Estate and the Happenings. Printed by "Posters Inc...Phila, PA.". Measures 17" x 26.25". In Very Good minus condition with tape marks across all four corners, 1" tear to upper left corner, some loss, in particular a .5" x .25" area of loss to right side, several staple holes across the lower half, water stain to upper right corner to the reverse, though not visible from the front. COA from Heritage Auctions.
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