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    Rolling Stones/Everly Brothers/Bo Diddley Early Gaumont Concert Handbill (UK, 1963). A rare original concert handbill from the early days of the Rolling Stones, which has the soon-to-be Rock & Roll phenomenon getting third billing behind Country/Rockabilly stars the Everly Brothers and Blues legend Bo Diddley at an October 20, 1963 show at the Gaumont Cinema in Hanley, Staffordshire. Also sharing the bill that night were openers Bob Bain, the Flintstones, Julie Grant, and Mickie Most. Still attached to the right edge of the handbill is the original postal booking slip. Measures 10" x 7", in Very Good Plus condition with three smoothed vertical folds and evidence of a previous mounting at the front left corners. LOA from Tracks LTD.

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    March, 2017
    18th Saturday
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