The Stooges at the Woodrose, 1970

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The Stooges at the Woodrose, 1970

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The Stooges at the Woodrose, 1970

Springfield: Woodrose, 1970. Offset Lithograph poster. (17 x 11 in.) Good condition with one crease down middle of page, creasing on upper right corner. 

The Stooges were an influential rock band from Ann Arbor, Michigan who were active from 1967 to 1974. Their sound was a primal mixture of blues and psychedelic rock highlighted by loud, charged guitars. Formed by brothers Ron and Scott Asheton, Dave Alexander, and infamous front man Iggy Pop, The Stooges were known for their intense, energized, and transgressive live performances. Fellow Michigan band MC5 were both an inspiration and supporters for The Stooges, helping them get signed to Elektra Records. They produced three immensely influential albums, adding guitarist James Williamson for the last LP from their classic era, Raw Power. The Stooges announced their final performances after the death of both Asheton brothers. All punk starts here.

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