Saturday, January 28, 2012

Cool Stuff from my Cool Stuff collection! (Music Edition)

I had to go up into my storage room earlier while looking for something. Didn't find what I was looking for (may have been lost in a move), but I did find these rare and interesting treasures:

Second Coming promotional poster:

FTA promotional flyer. FTA stands for "Funding The Album" and was the name the cover band version of Second Coming used at clubs. FTA was probably the best cover band I ever heard.

Second Coming's Pandemonium cover:

Queensryche Fan Club membership:

A hand-written letter from Jeff Pilson (Dokken, Underground Moon, War & Peace):
Flyer from KISW's Pain in the Grass concert series:
Book made for me by a friend in high school who was sick and tired of my fangirling. I die in the end.
Backstage pass from Super Deluxe at the Moore Theater. The bassist (or maybe it was the guitarist) of Man Ray spilled a drink on me at this event:
Dokken setlist and concert ticket from The Firwood in Fife. Dokken was my first favorite childhood band. Anyone remember the moment you stopped listening only to what your parents liked?
Photo pass for a KGRG event at Green River Community College. Thanks to Goodness!
Pass for the Sunnyside Music Festival at the Capitol Theater in Olympia, a favorite place to see shows:
Photo Pass from Pain in the Grass 1994:

Photo Pass from Pain in the Grass 1995:
Passes from Pain in the Grass 1996:

Backstage Pass from Marilyn Manson show (found after the show), along with photos I took:
Super Deluxe postcard promoting Via Satellite:
Lazy Susan setlist from Bumbershoot:
Postcard from Credo of Sweet Water replying to a letter I wrote the band in regards to a show that never existed, yet was advertised by the club:

Schedule from End Fest 1995:
Goodness set lists:
Autographed Super Deluxe set list:

The Cunninghams promo postcard:
Guitar picks. The Dokken pick is from when Reb Beach (ex-Winger) played guitar for them.

The only proof that I snuck into Brewstock as a teenager:
The ticket stub collection:
And some cool stickers:

1 comment:

  1. Great artifacts from a great era. I played in a band called thread. We're listed on the green Pain in the Grass flyer in your post. Not sure if you remember us, but I've set up a Facebook page and website about our band, if you're interested.