i get alot of stories where people rip down posters and contact the artists.. i know artists get emails from kids who rip down the stuff.
i know dudes who see the stuff hangin, i know people who have ripped the stuff off of record store windows.
i dont work as a street team person for this club. i dont get paid by the club..
though i get told by the promoter that they use the posters .. that they hang em..
but these are what ive been told by artists who get contacted by fans, the promoter and from people who attend the shows. hope this helps. i dont own the troc or clearchannel. i get the posters done that they say "yes lets do this gig" and get them to the club or many times the artist sends directly..
hope this helps.
Cool. I'm away from the computer a few days and POTW is a excellent suprise. Thanx everyone.
(I'll send ya one Jordy!)
However, it would be a BUMMER if the Troc was'nt using all the posters they get for any sort of promotion. Hmmm...
What I know is that the troc uses the poster within the venue. I have seen my stuff hanging in the club. Around town they make photocopy flyers. If they can, they will make them from the poster. I know my Rollins Band poster was used that way. In fact they mailed them to surrounding counties.
i love this poster
about the troc it's really wewird
i lived in philly for awhile and have alot of friends there
they all tell me that there is no poster art in philly, that they never see it except for r5 shows
i even have a friend who sticks up posters for a living who had never seen a poster for the troc untill i showed him gp.com
I know my Down posters got put up for the Philly show. At least at the venue they did. The guys from the band and a couple of people who were in line told me they saw them up. I have also heard that they don't get put up all the time. I don't live in Philly so I don't know whats really happening. I know I send them copies.
Whats the story Dave M.?
Every time I see a poster for the Troc I want to kill. They NEVER EVER EVER put these things up, Not in the Venue, not in a record store, noplace. I've been going to shows there for at least ten years and can count on one hand the number of printed posters I've seen for these shows.
What I do see is the usual photocopied-on-gayglo-paper-mounted-on-foamcore posters that they put in their windows. The TLA does the same thing. Am I the only person in philly who has noticed this?
Good poster, I'll never see it in person.
You're not that impressed cause you're looking at a jpeg. This rules in person. But if there's a real Mike Murphy poster of the week...well it should be this one: