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When Concert Posters Were An Art Form 1970

The 1970’s – Beginning of Commercial Rock

'When Bill Graham closed the Fillmore in 1971, artist David Singer was charged with creating its final poster. The piece was toned down as opposed to being something extravagant, which didn’t…

The Ghosts of Mardi Gras

Hey y'all, today is Lundi Gras!  "What's Lundi Gras?"

Lundi Gras is a relatively recently popularized name for a series of Shrove Monday events taking place during the Mardi Gras. It includes the tradition of Rex, king of…

Rock & Roll I Gave You The Best Years of My Life

As a songwriter, I've always enjoyed writing in a wide variety of musical genres but the rock & roll genre has always been my favorite genre.  More often than not, rock & roll music has always been there to…

Remembering M.C. Osso

Cover Artwork: M.C. Osso 

Mind Smoke Records is proud to announce the release  of

American Zoom Anthology

an eclectic collection of M.C. Osso recordings

that capture the many musical personas of this mercurial artist.  

Haiku Monday Interview: Imaginary Soundtracks


Mind Smoke Records Promotions Director, Judy Fleenor-Sheets, recently sat down with the members of Haiku Monday, a conceptural pop band featuring the talents of Alex Maes (Guitars, Vocals), Rudy Schnee (Drums, Percussion, Programmed Drums), Don Reintier…