FULLER, Jesse.


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Fairfield Hall, Croydon April 1967 concert program

Original vintage concert program for American one-man band musician Jesse Fuller’s performance at the Fairfield Hall in Croydon on Thursday, 27th April, 1967, presented by Roy Guest and Sean McGowan, and with The Tinkers, Lisa Turner, Derek Sergeant, and Rod Hanson also on the bill. Jesse Fuller was unique, and he worked hard at keeping it that way. One of America’s great musical nonconformists, he played a big, 12-string guitar, chugging harmonica, raucous kazoo, cymbal, washboard and fotdella, and called himself the “Lone Cat,” a romping one-man band. A singer, musician, composer, inventor and jack of all trades, he was the Bay Area’s greatest contribution to the folk-blues revival, but his musical career reached a long way back before “San Francisco Bay,” the song that catapulted him to national prominence.

In original red and black uncoated coated wrappers, staple bound, 16.6 x 22.7 cm, 12 pp. Light wear to spine and extremities, else near fine, tightly bound and clean. Additional photos available on request.


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