I'll never get over the fact that my dad met a lot of icons during his time. In fact, the mainstream stars of his day are the legends of my day today. Just thinking about that drives me crazy! I'm so jealous because I've always enjoyed his generation's music better.
Well, it's all his fault I feel like this anyways. Growing up, he's always get me to listen to bands like The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Queen. and all that. At first I was afraid of them. But in time, I eventually warmed up to their sound and before long, I started worshiping them like my dad. There's just something so cool and rebellious about their sound. Something I personally can't hear among the rock bands today. Some of them are good and all, but to compare them to such masters would be sacrilegious!
To prove how much of a fan my dad really is, he showed me all the albums and music poster he got signed. And dang, I thought I was a fan, my dad got me beat! He had several memorabilia, all of which had autographs from the rock stars themselves. I kinda laugh thinking how my dad might have looked when he tried to hound for autographs. Imagining him in his Pink Floyd t-shirt is hilarious! Especially since he'd gotten a lot bigger now than how he was in his youth!
What stood out to me, however, was a pile of signed Pink Floyd posters. Out of all the bands my dad introduced to me, they were my favorite. And apparently, his as well! He told me that when he went to Carnegie Hall to watch their concert there, it was the most expensive trip of his young life. But seeing all the autographs he got, I'm guessing he doesn't regret it at all!
Now, to fund my own trips to see these my favorite bands perform live, I asked him if I could sell some of these posters online. He gave them to me without any hesitation. I kept some for myself, of course, but the others are now here on this site. Enjoy it fellow rock music fans!
Please note: Our inventory is limited as we may have only received a few posters in total. Most of our items are obtained from film premieres, studios, and from autographed hounds such as the one in the story above.