Bill Graham, born Wolfgang Grajonca in Berlin in 1931,
escaped Nazi Germany to grow up in a foster home in
the Bronx and anglicized his name at the age of 18.
Bill Graham, who would come to be known as the midwife
of the modern rock concert, opened a small San Francisco
club in the 1980s and named it Wolfgang's.
Graham's creative vision led him to commission
true works of art to promote his shows and,
fortunately for the modern collector, his entrepreneurial
instincts led him to overprint and preserve
the exceptional art, photography and recordings
that came from these shows. For over 30 years,
his company accumulated and stored this material
in newly minted condition.