The Velvet Underground at Max's Kansas City – 1970

Oh! Sweet Nuthin'.

They say that when The Velvet Underground released its first album, only a thousand people bought it, but each one went out and started what would become an important and widely influential band. Champions of provocation, experimentation, and nihilism, the group integrated rock and the avant-garde into prophetic albums that pointed toward the next 50 years of music. This technicolor graphic pays tribute, featuring a show at Max's Kansas City in 1970.

  • (L)23.75" x (W) 17"
  • .25" white border
  • Museum quality Epson print
  • Matte cover stock
  • Archival inks
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