Giant Magazine, February 1, 2006
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Rock 'n' roll time machine
When legendary music promoter Bill Graham died 1991, he left behind a massive assortment of memorabilia that he'd accumulated from rock concerts since the 1960s. In 2002 entrepreneur Bill Sagan bought the entire collection for $6 million and established the most extensive online stockpile of rock souvenirs, naming it after Graham's birth name, Wolfgang Grajonca. Original posters, T-shirts and even Huey Lewis & the News gym shorts are available - and you don't need to be a rock star to afford them.
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