POSTERS - 1983-2001
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Autumn Gold gig with Lindisfarne (date ?)
A Devonair supported two-hander
Cambridge Folk Festival, 1983
After Strawbs played on Rick Wakeman's Gas Tank TV show, they were asked to reform for the Cambridge Folk Festival
Musita Festival, 1988
An Italian festival featuring both the Strawbs and an unusual grouping of Cousins, Hooper and Willoughby. Cathy Le Surf also performed there, and 3 years later duetted with Cousins on the Ringing Down The Yearsversion of "The King" (the original version featuring Maddy Prior).
Midtyns Festival, 1988 (21cm x 15cm, sticker and flyer)
A 1988 rock festival featuring both the Strawbs and Wakeman & Cousins
Lindisfarne New Years Eve party, Bournemouth, 1989 (74cm x 49cm)
Party, party, with fellow folk rockers Lindisfarne - this lurid orange poster would have caught the eye, make no mistake
Silver Jubilee tour, 1993
A big UK tour for Strawbs wuth Don Airey on keyboards (DG)
December tour, 1993
Later in 1993 there were a lengthy tour with Lindisfarne - Blue Weaver was back on keys (DG)
Melton Mowbray, 12 Mar 1994 poster (*)
An unusual show, with Chas depping for Rod Demick who was unavailable.
Chiswick "30 Years On" poster, signed, unsigned 1998 (A3)
This one was the first designed (and printed) by me, and I got it signed by everyone at the show (DG)
Bergen Roots and Blues Festival, 1999
The first gig of the 1999 tour for the newly-minted Bursting plus Brian line-up was in Bergen on 1 May 1999. This was the first trip I did with Strawbs, travelling out of Stanstead - quite a thrill.
Electric band tour 1999, signed, unsigned (A3)
This one was signed by everyone at the show (DG)
Electric band tour 2000, partly signed, unsigned (A2)
The 2000 tour included a return to the Queen Elizabeth Hall, 30 years after the triumphant Antiques And Curios 11 July 1970 show there which made Rick Wakeman a superstar (DG)
Electric band tour 2001 (A3)
The 2001 electric tour was the last for a while, meantime the Acoustic Strawbs revolution got going ... (see next page) (DG)