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Corey Harris Concert Poster

$25.00

4 in stock

Corey Harris Concert Poster 2006

Original Corey Harris Concert Poster – 8 inches by 18 inches, Concert poster from a Florida gig in 2006 – Digitally printed on speckletone cardstock, hand signed by the artist, Grego Anderson. Ships Worldwide.

Illustrated and Designed by Grego Anderson – “America’s favorite Blues folk artist”
Owner and only employee at Mojohand.com – the one man Blues Boutique

Free shipping for all orders over $35 in the continental USA

©Mojohand.com –  Everything Blues™ The one man Blues boutique celebrating over 20 years in service of the Blues!

What one of my customers had to say:
“I met you at Austin City Limits a decade ago or so – you had a booth in the art market – I am so glad to see you are still at it, your work has even gotten better. I just ordered a couple shirts, finally replacing the first one I bought all those years ago!” – Jimmy G. – Palestine TX

Grego’s notes: “I first saw Corey when he opened up for Buddy Guy at Liberty Lunch in Austin, TX – I had gotten there super early to get up front and ended up watching the show with Malford Milligan and David Grissom, who had both just started what would become Storyville…. a great show and a great memory. Corey killed it and the crowd stayed nice and calm so we could really hear the dobro… amazing show.”

Corey Harris Concert Poster

$25.00

4 in stock

Corey Harris Concert Poster 2006

Original Corey Harris Concert Poster – 8 inches by 18 inches, Concert poster from a Florida gig in 2006 – Digitally printed on speckletone cardstock, hand signed by the artist, Grego Anderson. Ships Worldwide.

Illustrated and Designed by Grego Anderson – “America’s favorite Blues folk artist”
Owner and only employee at Mojohand.com – the one man Blues Boutique

Free shipping for all orders over $35 in the continental USA

©Mojohand.com –  Everything Blues™ The one man Blues boutique celebrating over 20 years in service of the Blues!

What one of my customers had to say:
“I met you at Austin City Limits a decade ago or so – you had a booth in the art market – I am so glad to see you are still at it, your work has even gotten better. I just ordered a couple shirts, finally replacing the first one I bought all those years ago!” – Jimmy G. – Palestine TX

Grego’s notes: “I first saw Corey when he opened up for Buddy Guy at Liberty Lunch in Austin, TX – I had gotten there super early to get up front and ended up watching the show with Malford Milligan and David Grissom, who had both just started what would become Storyville…. a great show and a great memory. Corey killed it and the crowd stayed nice and calm so we could really hear the dobro… amazing show.”