Various artists :[Posters advertising performances by popular music groups, singers, musicians, and rock bands performing in New Zealand in 1984].

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Date
1984
By
Rowberry, Tim, active 1990s
Ref
Eph-D-MUSIC-Popular-1984
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Includes:

The Actors. Cricketers, 1 September [1983].

All Stars play the blues in the big show of the year; the original, the fabulous All Stars Revue [with] Beaver, Midge Marsden, Hammond Gamble, Walter Bianco, Sonny Day, Stuart Pearce, Willie Dayson, Paul Woolwright, Ricky Ball [Tour itinerary 21 March-2 April 1984]. Blue Smoke Productions

Alpha 2. Metro Theatre (Mangere), 27 January 1984. (2 copies)

America. St James theatre, 29 July [1984].

Asia Pacific festival and composters conference. International festival of dance, music, theatre, concerts, lectures, workshops ... 30 November - 8 December (Wellington).

Axemen. Scorched Earth Policy. England St. Hall, 26 August [1984].

Backdoor Blues Band. Cook, Monday 20 - Saturday 26 [1984].

Backdoor Blues Band. [Poster with two perfomers in glam clothing on red background. 1984].

Backdoor Blues Band. Fz Hertz. Cook this week 6-7-8 Last Dunedin gig '84.

Backdoor Blues Band on tour. [17-30 May 1984 - Greymouth, Blackball, Westport, Seddonville, Murchison, Nelson, Mapua, Blenheim, Kaikoura] (2 copies. Poster designed by I J? Bassett, 26/4/84).

The Bats. By night. Clyde Quay, 21 August [1984]. (2 posters)

Berlin. Love life tour. Auckland, Palm. Nth & Wellington : 22, 24, 25 October [1984].

Big Sideways. Town Hall, 17 June [1984].

Big Sideways / Bob Withers. Printed by Ocean in Motion, Auckland (2 copies).

Big Sideways. Cricketers 2 - 3 March; Terminus, 25 Feb [1984]; 2 x blank. (4 posters)

Blase. Cricketers Arms, 14 June [1984].

The Body Electric. Cricketers, 23 - 25 February [1984]. (2 posters)

The Bronx. Cricketers Arms, 24 - 26 May; 5 - 7 May; 16 & 17 May [1984]. (4 posters)

Rick Bryant and the Jive Bombers, with The Pelicans at Ascot Theatre / Old Town Hall / Cricketers (4 copies). Logo by Sam Ford.

Car Crash Set. Windsor, 24 October [1984]

Coconut Rough. Cricketers, 23 - 25 August [1984].

Commodores. NZ and Australian tour '84. Wellington, 25 June; Palmerston Nth, 26 June [1984].

Dance Exponents. Wild in the country. Town Hall, 30 August [1984].

Willie Dayson and Sonny Day "Banned". Cricketers Arms. feb [1984]. (2 copies)

Deep Purple. Auckland, 2 Dec; Wellington, 4 Dec; Christchurch, 7 December [1984].

Des O'Connoer in concert. Michael Fowler Centre. 6 June [1984].

Drifters. Caltex Lounge, 6 April [1984].

Economic Wizards plus the Soul Rebels. Cricketers, 21 - 23 June [1984]. (2 posters)

The Economic Wizards. Support : Bill Lake. Cricketers, 26 - 28 April [1984].

Elton John. Christchurch, 19 February; Wellington, 22 February; Auckland, 25 February [1984]. (2 posters)

The Expendables. Oriental, 13 - 14 July [1984].

The Fix. Wellington, Town Hall; Auckland, Mainstreet [1984]. (2 posters)

Flesh D'vice together with Tyrant. Ahhhhhh ... The creatures of the night what beautiful music they make! Cricketers, 22 July [1984]. (2 posters)

For crying out loud. Terminus, Fri 10 - Sat 11; Clyde Quay, Thursday 8th [1984]. (3 posters)

The Four Tops and the Temptations. NZ tour - 1984. 2 - 8 April.

4 Volts. The Pulse, 20 October & 24 November [1984]. (4 posters)

Free Radicals. Electr-Synthetic Music. National Art Gallery, 22 January [1984]. (2 posters - 1 x blank)

Freudian Slips. Cricketers, 21 Feb & 1 March; Newtown Community Centre, 8 July [1984]. (5 posters - 1 x blank)

Freudian Slips. [Gladstone, 27 & 28 Feb. 1984. E.P. out now]

Freudian Slips. Clyde Quay, Pulse, 13 - 15 September, 9 & 10 November [1984]. (4 posters)

NZ Students Arts Council presents : From Scratch - Rhythmworks. Union Hall, Victoria University, 3 - 7 December [1984]. (2 posters)

From the deep end - more experimental music. New Depot, 12 - 14 October [1984]. (2 posters)

Renee Geyer. Night Clubing [sic] tour '84. With support band Blazes. 25-27 March 1984. (2 copies)

The Great Unwashed. At the Oriental. Sat 13th, with The Puddle. ["The Bambi poster"][1984]

The Great Unwashed, with All Fall Down, appearing at The Pulse. 14-15 Dec [1984].(3 different colours, 2 copies of some)

Heat Rave Tour - Hammond Gamble and Gary McCormick. [2 copies - one Hotel St George / Unicorn Room. Sunday 15 Jan. [1984]. - the other Cricketers Arms 28/4 and Hotel St George 29/4]

Harumble. "Truffles" Wiggan [sic] Street Wellington. 18-26 April [1984].

Cosmic Rock Consultants presents HEAVY METAL spectacular: Strikemaster, Tokyo, Nightshade. Ascot Theatre Newtown 2 June [1984] (2 copies)

The Heptocrats, Family Mallet, Jungle Suite, Broadcast. Cricketers. Tues 10 - Wed 11 [1984].

IQU. Supported by Commodore. Design Jon Cooper. [1984].

Jungle Mice. Cricketers. [July and September gigs 1984]. (2 copies)

The Kiwi Animal at Wellington High School. 3 March [1984] / Blue Funk Print Enterprises. 2 copies

The Last Dance Tour. Gary McCormick and Dave McCartney. The Pulse, 16-17 November [1984] (2 copies)

The Mangawekas. The Pulse - every Monday til Xmas [1984].

The Mangawekas. Cricketers 10-12 MAY [1984].

Marching Orders. The Dancer, the new release. Cricketers (2 copies)

Midge Marsden Band. Cricketers. 21-24 december [1984].

Midge Marsden Connection. Cricketers 9-10 March [1984].

Miltown Stowaways, nationwide "Invitation" tour thanks to NZ Railways, NZ Student Arts Council. [1984] (2 copies)

Mockers "Swear it's true" debut album. Lower Hutt Sunday 29th. [1984].

Mockers new album "Culprit and the king" "Swear it's true", "Caught in the act". Sunday 22 Sept. town Hall [1984].

The Neighbours. Cricketers. 9-11, with Bill Lake. [1984].

Netherworld Dancing Toys "The Real You", new single. [1984]. (2 copies)

The New Zealand Music Awards 1984. 21st anniversary show, starring Split Enz ... Michael Fowler Centre. 12 November [1984]. (2 copies)

The Pelicans. "Duck Treasure" LP out now. Gluepot 5-7 Jan [1984].

The Pelicans [musical stave and notes]. April [1984] (3 different copies)

Pleasure Boys. Cricketers. 5-6 Sept. [1984].

Fetus Productions present The Perfect Product. The Pulse 11-12 [1984]. (2 copies, different colours)

Politicians. Cricketers. 11-13 October [1984]. (2 copies)

Primitive Art group. "Five tread drop down" out. (2 copies)

Red Beryl, with Freudian Slips. Performing at Thistle Hall Sunday Sept 9th [1984]. Women's concert.

Rip It Up covers - No 80 (Stevie Wonder); 83 (Elvis Costello); 84 [guitarist]. [`984].

Michael Bagleys "Rockett 88" NZ 84 tour. Cricketers, 28-30 June [1984], and 17-`8 August [1984]. (2 posters).

Rodger Fox Big Band. With Chuck Findley, Bill Reichenbach. Michael Fowler centre. 17 April 1984 (2 copies)

Trident Corporate Enterprises ltd present John Rowles in concert. Michael Fowler Centre 26 June [1984].

Sanguma, the Magic men from Papua New Guinea, with the Patea Maori Club. State Opera House. 19 July [1984]. (2 copies)

Dennis Smith & Michael Barnett present The Shadows 25th Silver Anniversary tour. Michael Fowler Centre 27 January [1984]. (2 copies)

Sons in Jeopardy "Worlds Aprt" tour. Opening second stage at Sweetwaters. [1984].

The Spines. [Two faces design - 4 copies - Wellington].

The Spines. [Abstract design - Clyde Quay].

The Spines [Comic strip design - 3 versions - Downstage, Clyde Quay].

Concert Promotions present Split Enz with a Bang tour. November [1984].

Steinlager Blues Festival. Cricketers Arms. 16-21 October [1984]. (2 copies)

Strikemaster "Rock n Rage". Terminus 17-18 [1984].

Terror of Tinytown. Terminus. 25-26 [1984].

Tin Syndrome, with The Spines. Downstage Theatre 27 May [1984].

Tokyo. Terminus / Cricketers Arms (6 copies).

The Topp Twins. "Contagiously outrageious. [1984] (2 copies)

Unrestful Movements & Vietnam. The Sheaf Nightclub, Herbert Street. 20-21 May [1984].

Uriah Heep. Head First over NZ April/May '84. (2 copies)

Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double trouble live in concert [4 venues, November 1984].

Wanted. Bands for Radio Active 89FM Band of the Year Competition. Semi finals and finals 5-7 July [1984].

Zagni & Scholes NZ tour. "Music on the wall". [1984]. (2 copies)

Quantity: 39 colour photo-mechanical print(s) on posters, plus 28 duplicates..

Physical Description: Photolithographs, sizes varying.

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Date: 1984 From: Various artists :[Posters advertising performances by popular music groups, singers, musicians, and rock bands performing in New Zealand in 1984]. Ref: Eph-D-MUSIC-Popular-1984-09 Description: Shows a semi-abstract montage of spectacles, eyes, nose and mouth. Originally a poster advertising the sound recording, but the felt tip additions convert it...
Date: 1984 From: Various artists :[Posters advertising performances by popular music groups, singers, musicians, and rock bands performing in New Zealand in 1984]. Ref: Eph-D-MUSIC-Popular-1984-16 Description: Black and white poster with incidental illustrations. The tour itinerary was as follows: 21 March: Mainstreet Auckland 22 March: Metropole Hamilton 23 March ...
Date: 1984 From: Various artists :[Posters advertising performances by popular music groups, singers, musicians, and rock bands performing in New Zealand in 1984]. Ref: Eph-D-MUSIC-Popular-1984-05 Description: Shows Prime Minister Robert Muldoon as a pig policeman with a whip, pointing his finger at the viewer. His cap bears the logo of the National Party. Exhibit...
Date: 1984 From: Various artists :[Posters advertising performances by popular music groups, singers, musicians, and rock bands performing in New Zealand in 1984]. Ref: Eph-D-MUSIC-Popular-1984-04 Description: Main picture shows two gape-mouthed zombie monsters while a small picture at the top left shows a gaping decyed mummy's head. Exhibited in 'Wellingtonzone: ...
Date: 1984 From: Various artists :[Posters advertising performances by popular music groups, singers, musicians, and rock bands performing in New Zealand in 1984]. Ref: Eph-D-MUSIC-Popular-1984-06 Description: Shows double line comic sequence, over-coloured with green and grey felt tip. Exhibited in 'Wellingtonzone: 50 years of popular music' exhibition curated by...
Date: 1984 From: Various artists :[Posters advertising performances by popular music groups, singers, musicians, and rock bands performing in New Zealand in 1984]. Ref: Eph-D-MUSIC-Popular-1984-07a Description: Shows two semi-abstract multi-eyed figures overwashed with colour. Exhibited in 'Wellingtonzone: 50 years of popular music' exhibition curated by Clark Stil...
Date: 1984 From: Various artists :[Posters advertising performances by popular music groups, singers, musicians, and rock bands performing in New Zealand in 1984]. Ref: Eph-D-MUSIC-Popular-1984-14 Description: Poster in maroon and white shows an arrangement of text, with illustrations of a musical stave, sunglasses, high-heeled shoe. Quantity: 1 colour art print(s...
Date: 1984 From: Various artists :[Posters advertising performances by popular music groups, singers, musicians, and rock bands performing in New Zealand in 1984]. By: Bustin, Debra, 1957- Ref: Eph-D-MUSIC-Popular-1984-08 Description: Shows the word PELICANS as notes on a wavy musical stave. The design is red and black on white. Exhibited in 'Wellingtonzone: 50 years of popular music' ex...
Date: 1984 From: Various artists :[Posters advertising performances by popular music groups, singers, musicians, and rock bands performing in New Zealand in 1984]. Ref: Eph-D-MUSIC-Popular-1984-03 Description: Show an aeroplane pulling a sign advertising this musical performance. A seagull pulls a smaller sign with the time and place. The number on the plane is XNY...
Date: 1984 From: Various artists :[Posters advertising performances by popular music groups, singers, musicians, and rock bands performing in New Zealand in 1984]. Ref: Eph-D-MUSIC-Popular-1984-10 Description: Shows a lizard with a triangular head. Exhibited in 'Wellingtonzone: 50 years of popular music' exhibition curated by Clark Stiles and Rhonda Grantham at th...