A.R.M.S Concert Ticket Stub Art Print Poster Jimmy Page Eric Clapton Jeff Beck
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A.R.M.S Concert Ticket Stub Art Print Poster Jimmy Page Eric Clapton Jeff Beck

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Ticket Stub Art Print Poster size is 10 x 24 inches / 25.4 cm × 61 cm. 

Please note that in order to offer the most authentic looking designs, concert ticket art prints often have a distressed, weather look due to normal aging and wear and tear on the actual ticket stub.   Some ticket prints may show some blemishes that are part of the original source and are not due to a defect in the print process. Some restoration is done when possible but the source photos used come from the genuine artifact, most of which are decades old so uneven colors, faded print, and other blemishes may be visible.

 The A.R.M.S. (Action Research for Multiple Sclerosis) concert tour took place in both the USA and the UK during the mid-1980s. The tour was created in honor of Ronnie Laine, the legendary Bass player for The Faces, who had been diagnosed with the disease and could no longer play his instrument. The tour was organized by friends of Laine's to raise funds for medical research into finding a cure for multiple sclerosis (MS) while also providing audiences with unforgettable performances by some of the biggest names in rock music. I had the honor of attending the show at Madison Square Garden on the first night of that stop and the show was one of the greatest experiences of my life. 

This tour was Jimmy Page's first since Led Zeppelin disbanded in1980. A.R.M.S. Tour USA (1983): The A.R.M.S. tour kicked off in the United States in 1983, featuring a stellar lineup of rock legends. The tour included performances in major cities across the country, drawing large crowds of enthusiastic fans eager to see their favorite musicians unite for a worthy cause. Some of the notable artists who participated in the A.R.M.S. tour in the USA included Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Joe Cocker, Ronnie Wood, Bill Wyman, and Charlie Watts, among others. These legendary musicians performed both solo sets and collaborative performances, showcasing their extraordinary talents and delivering unforgettable moments on stage. 

A.R.M.S. Tour UK (1983): Following the success of the A.R.M.S. tour in the USA, the concert series crossed the Atlantic to the United Kingdom. The UK leg of the tour featured many of the same artists who participated in the US tour, delivering electrifying performances to enthusiastic British audiences. The A.R.M.S. tour in the UK included performances in iconic venues such as the Royal Albert Hall in London and other major cities across England. Just like in the USA, the tour in the UK received widespread acclaim for its stellar lineup and its charitable mission to support MS research. Overall, the A.R.M.S. concert tours in both the USA and the UK during the 1980s were monumental events in the history of rock music, bringing together legendary musicians for unforgettable performances while raising funds and awareness for a worthy cause. 

 • Digitally Printed. • Sizes is 6x8 in. 8x12 In, 11x14 in,, 11x17 in., 12x16 in, 16x20 in • Printed with a Matte Finish on Heavy Duty Archival Paper • 200 GSM Heavy Weight Paper • Frame is not included.
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