This was one of the most fun club shows I've ever been to. Pearl Street is a small venue and it's mostly a standing room only crowd. As much as I love concerts, I'm not a big stand-in-the-pit kind of guy so for shows like this one, I stayed toward the back of the room against that back wall. It's a small place so you can see from anywhere. Anyhow, there was a guy standing next to me for most of the show. and he was grooving hard...I mean he was really, really digging Peter Wolf's show. He was dressed in a suit, really formal for this venue and he had a derby-style hat on with sunglasses (yes, sunglasses in a nightclub). Anyhow, I was enjoying the show with this guy boogying away next to me, and I noticed just before the encore at the end of the show, the suit-wearing guy was gone. I thought it was weird he'd leave before the encore since he was so into the show.
Anyhow, Peter Wolf comes back out onstage and tells the crowd that he had a special-guest that he wanted to introduce, that was also going to join him for the encore. I look up and the guy that was next to me groovin' all night was onstage with Peter Wolf. I didn't even recognize him until he was introduced: he was Danny Klein, the original Bass player for the J. Geils Band and he closed the show with Peter and his band. He was standing next to me all night and I never recognized him. One of my favorite concert memories ever.
I created this poster to commemorate that great night.
The size of this concert poster is 11x17 inches.
Please note that art prints are made to order and normally take 4-5 days to process.
Prints are created using museum-quality stock made on long-lasting matte (uncoated) archival paper. Paper stock weight 250 GSM, poster shipped rolled and unframed.