Bogus Slogan Poster
Number 00081

Bogus Slogan Poster #00081 - Inside View


Bogus Slogan Poster Series

In the 1960’s, “Feed Your Head” was a mantra for Youth to travel beyond their limits. Drugs, Sex, Rock n’ Roll. Got your passport? Got your connection? Ride, Captain ride. Most came for the cheap thrills, but a minority began a search for their souls.

Ground Zero for the apex of this story arc was San Francisco’s Haight- Ashbury District. Soon overrunned by opportunists and tourists, the golden age faded within a summer. Yet the ripples of this cultural shaking moved through out the world.

Hence, when Bogus Slogan play White River, Arkansas, they were hardly prepared for a Southern parade of hippiedom. Those good times were nearly a decade past. But, long hair, paisley clothing and personal freak flags filled Pales • House of Sound & Vision. Opening act, the Scripted Fade were cheered for their Seeds/Standells style garage rock. However, second bill Brain Inside Girlfriend, a blues/boogie band, were almost booed off the stage.

In a slight panic, the band ditched their current playlist of surrealist progressive rock. Returning to the music from the 60’s, playing Quicksilver Messenger Service, Moby Grape, Jefferson Airplane… Bogus Slogan restored White River to its proper place as the center of the universe.

In eulogy, the band’s last encore was an extended jam of Neil Young’s (Buffalo Springfield) “Expecting to Fly.” After the final chorus & fade, there wasn’t a dry eye in the house. All things must past.

Bogus Slogan has been rockin’ the world for over  half a century. Springing from the Surf, Psychedelic, Garage of the Southern California 60s, the band has released over 3 dozen albums and toured America & the World extensively.

Bogus Slogan uses artists, Illustrators and graphic designers from all over the world. ZenithPointStudio is proud to present many of the posters famed studio has done on behalf of the band.

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