Marty Robbins Poster
This poster was originally produced in eye-catching red and blue for a 1961 appearance by Marty Robbins and the Tear Drops Band.
Counting Johnny Cash, the Grateful Dead, and Elvis Presley, among the many artists who have covered Marty Robbins' songs conveys his broad appeal and popularity; his crossover into NASCAR Racing as a driver, and acting support it; the use of his songs in a video game and popular television show in the second decade of the twenty-first century cement it.
The poster features one of the splashier Grand Ole Opry banners, including music notes in the design. Hatch Show Print has made many variations through the near-century that the Grand Ole Opry has been in existence, and a client/customer of the shop, and the hand-carved banner would have been particularly appealing on the advertisement to "spend an evening with Marty Robbins," just as it is today.
- Approximate Size: 14" x 22"
- Actual size may vary
- Restrike of a historic show poster.
- Letterpress print.
- Printed on a Vandercook Universal I, or Miehle 29.
- Handmade in Nashville, Tennessee.