Pete Townshend at the Fillmore by Barron Wolman

In July of 1968, concert promoter Bill Graham opened Fillmore West in San Francisco. It was the sister venue to his Fillmore East in New York City. A few weeks after the venue opened a young rock and roll group from England played for three nights. “…The audience didn’t know what to make of us. They looked puzzled, they all sat down, then they went crazy…. I don’t think they knew what to make of a bunch of pasty boys from West London.” Roger Daltrey, The Who, from his book Thanks A lot Mr Kibblewhite.

Baron was there and he was able to capture a young Pete Townshend in all his glory. And this rare, signed silver gelatin print will forever memorialize that performance. The image is a contact sheet of 36 images of Pete Townshend playing at Fillmore West in 1968. The edition size is 15 and Baron signed the print.

Product Details

Edition: Limited Edition

Edition of: 15

Medium: Silver Gelatin Print

Signed? Signed

Framed? Unframed

Height 40"

Width: 33"

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