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How’s this for a Rock Moment? I leave George Gamboa and Doug Dashiell to go to the Warfield lobby and get a beer as Nashville Pussy wraps their set. In the lobby I run into Goldenvoice head honcho David Lefkowitz who says, “Chuck! Great poster for tonight!” and Eric McFadden appears and I say, “Hey Dude! You rocked the shit out of ‘Low Spark of High Heeled Boys’ with Gov’t Mule last week! Ron and I have to have a recording of that. It’s one of the Firehouse’s favorite songs. Amazing!” Right then Nashville Pussy’s guitarist, Ruyter Suys comes busting through the door on the shoulders of the biggest friggin bouncer at the Warfield, says. “Hey! Eric!” and deposits herself right into Eric McFadden’s arms right in the middle of this convo. Amazing show!

Slice of life and great night! Idea for the poster is something like this: Knights Templar, Knight of Rock’n’roll, or just plain Metal. You decide.

Three versions for your choice:

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Motorhead – Reverend Horton Heat – Nashville Pussy

Firehouse Goldenvoice Series Number 68

Edition of 150

Heavy Silver Metallic and Transluscent Red on Black Paper

19″ x 26″

Signed and Numbered

SOLD OUT – Thank You!

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Motorhead – Reverend Horton Heat – Nashville Pussy

Firehouse Goldenvoice Series Number 68

Variant Edition of 20

Heavy Silver Metallic and Transluscent Red on Red Paper

19″ x 26″

Signed and Numbered

SOLD OUT – Thank You!

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Motorhead – Reverend Horton Heat – Nashville Pussy

Firehouse Goldenvoice Series Number 68

Edition of 10

Heavy Silver Metallic and Transluscent Red on Bronze Paper

19″ x 26″

Signed and Numbered

SOLD OUT

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