Posts Tagged ‘rock ‘n roll billboards’

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Rock & Roll Eye Candy Pt. 6

June 24, 2013
Last year we posted Rock ‘N Roll Eye Candy Parts One thru Four. We’ve stumbled across a few more in January for Part Five, so… here is Part Six and a few more billboards from ‘back in the day’, the glory years of rock & roll.
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Rock ‘N Roll Eye Candy

January 3, 2012

The previous post featuring the Sunset Strip in 1974 sparked some memories after seeing the Mott The Hoople and David Bowie billboards. I can remember once in the mid-1970’s driving north to Cleveland and being shocked to see a billboard along I-71 advertising KISS’ Destroyer album. I knew they had the coolest rock ‘n roll billbaords in New York, London and L.A. cause magazines like Creem, Circus, Hit Parader and the like would on occasion publish a photo of one. Seeing rock ‘n roll themed billboards promoting new albums and upcoming concerts (World Series of Rock, etc…) would be a bit more frequent over the next couple years around Cleveland and Akron but like all things, they too faded.

Here’s some billboards from ‘back in the day’, the glory years of rock ‘n roll. Click on images to enlarge!

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