Blue Cheer was a psychedelic band in the 60s-70s. Their loud blues-rock style bordered on heavy metal and is considered to be the pioneer of that genre, as well as punk rock and grunge. The name “Blue Cheer” stems from a street brand of LSD that was created by Grateful Dead soundman (and LSD chemist), Owsley Stanley. Artists: Bob Schnepf  Thomas Weir

Blue Cheer was a psychedelic band in the 60s-70s. Their loud blues-rock style bordered on heavy metal and is considered to be the pioneer of that genre, as well as punk rock and grunge. The name “Blue Cheer” stems from a street brand of LSD that was created by Grateful Dead soundman (and LSD chemist), Owsley Stanley. Artists: Bob Schnepf Thomas Weir

Pink Floyd Click the image to join the Laughing Madcaps Syd Barrett Group, now on FacebooK! The original! Around since 1998!

Pink Floyd Click the image to join the Laughing Madcaps Syd Barrett Group, now on FacebooK! The original! Around since 1998!

Stevie Nicks poster by by Bob Masse. Bob produced memorable concert posters for bands as far back as the '60's, and helped pioneer the emerging psychedelic art genre.

Stevie Nicks poster by by Bob Masse. Bob produced memorable concert posters for bands as far back as the '60's, and helped pioneer the emerging psychedelic art genre.

Formed in 1965, Pink Floyd was one of the first psychedelic bands of the decade.

Formed in 1965, Pink Floyd was one of the first psychedelic bands of the decade.

John  Dyer Baizle, Painter and Illustrator from the stoner band Baroness.

John Dyer Baizle, Painter and Illustrator from the stoner band Baroness.

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