Another Classic Rock ‘n’ Roll Art & Photography Exhibition featuring the artworks of “Java” John Goldacker
July 24th – September 9th, 2011
King Center of the Performing Arts (Lobby)
3865 N Wickham Rd., Melbourne, FL 32934
“Java” John is an in demand local Graphic Artist/Illustrator, and photographer. A designer of music related posters and CD covers, Festival posters and T-Shirts, and more. John illustrated the book “River Dragon” about the local legend Annie the Dragon, and he’s also been featured in PhotoShop Creative Magazine, and had his posters reproduced in the 2009 books – “PhanArt: The Art of the Fans of Phish“; and “HOPE: A Collection of Obama Posters and Prints”.
In 2008 & 09, he was also selected along with 35 artists to be a part of the Orlando and Miami Gibson “GUITARTOWNS“, having painted original artwork on two 10ft tall Gibson guitar replicas. The 70 guitars were donated by the artists, then auctioned and raised approximately $400,000.00 for local charities! In December ‘09, Brevard’s Beachside Resident magazine ran a three page article on John’s artwork, and had him design a Holiday themed cover featuring Bob Dylan.
At Melbourne’s KING CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, John’s photos from various concerts from the past two years permanently grace the walls in the venue’s hallways.
This summer John’s photo was used on the cover of FREEBO’s newest CD “Something to Believe”, and he is currently wrapping up illustrations for a book written for children of all ages, called “Bud The Spud”. Written by local writer Adam Bryn Tritt, the book will go into national publication later this year!
………………………………………………………………….. “Another Classic Rock ‘n’ Roll Art & Photography Exhibition” will coincide with the major concert event HIPPIEFEST 2011 and the CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE SERIES at The King Center.
New from PhanArt in 2011 is our weekly Friday Feature: This Week in PhanArt History. Each piece of art we share is from days of Phish in the past, typically from the 1.0 and 2.0 eras, something of note that fans of all ages can appreciate that is featured in the book PhanArt: The Art of the Fans of Phish, with some commentary on the piece by PhanArt Pete.
For our first piece, we go back to 1999, 11 years ago for the most epic Phish New Years Eve ever. ‘Java’ John Goldacker made this poster for the 12/30-31/99 shows on the Big Cypress Indian Reservation in Florida.
Small fishes adorn the written Phish at the top, with a fish dotting the i. The banner of Big Cypress frames the Cypress Tree that features the silhouettes of the band members very carefully drawn into the branches and leaves. Behind the tree are the sun and the moon, highlighting and symbolizing the day->night nature of the shows and the midnight to sunrise set of the band to ring in the new millennium.
Some of you may know, many probably have not heard yet…..
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Being a TWO-TIME cancer survivor, it is nearly impossible for her to get insurance. So, as you can imagine the bills are already stacking up!
Classic Rock ‘n’ Roll Art & Photography Exhibition featuring the works of “Java” John Goldacker July 16th – October 9th, 2010. King Center of the Performing Arts (Lobby), Melbourne, FL
Brevard County Artist, Photographer, and Radio Personality “Java” John Goldacker will have his first ever Gallery Showing of his original Rock & Roll posters, and concert photos.
The Classic Rock ‘n’ Roll Art & Photography Exhibition will coincide with this season’s run of the popular CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE series at The King Center.
“Java” John is an in demand local Graphic Artist/Illustrator. A designer of music related posters and CD covers, Festival posters and T-Shirts, and more. John illustrated the book “River Dragon” about the local legend Annie the Dragon, and he’s also been featured in PhotoShop Creative Magazine, and had his posters reproduced in the 2009 books – “PhanArt: The Art of Fans of Phish“; and “HOPE: A Collection of Obama Posters and Prints”.
In 2008 & 09, he was also selected along with 35 artists (in each city) to be a part of the Orlando and Miami Gibson “GUITARTOWNS“, having painted original artwork on two 10ft tall Gibson guitar replicas.
The 70 guitars were donated by the artists, then auctioned, and raised approximately $400,000.00 for local charities!
Last December, Brevard’s Beachside Resident magazine ran a three page article on John’s artwork, and had him design a Holiday themed cover featuring Bob Dylan.
Currently, John is working on illustrating a book written for children of all ages, called “Bud The Spud”. Written by local writer Adam Bryn Tritt, the book will go into national publication in the near future!
Friday, July 16, Classic Albums Live: LED ZEPPELIN: II
Friday, July 23, Weird Al Yankovic In Concert
Sunday, July 25, Clay Aiken & Ruben Studdard In Concert
Saturday, August 14, Classic Albums Live: PINK FLOYD: THE WALL
Monday, August 16, 2010 CATS
Tuesday, August 17, 2010 CATS
Saturday, September 11, Classic Albums Live: 40 YEARS OF WOODSTOCK
Saturday, October 9, Classic Albums Live: THE BEATLES: WHITE ALBUM
PhanArtist‘Java’ John Goldacker’sannual JERRY DAZE 2010 is back and better than ever! A SPACED ODYSSEY! will take place February 27th, 2010 from 2pm-Midnight At THE SPACE STATION in Merritt Island, Florida.
After a short hiatus, the 7th installment of the very popular local tribute to the late Jerry Garcia makes it’s long awaited return.
Born of an idea by co-creators (“Java” John Goldacker, and “Grateful” Dave Grooms) to pay tribute to the Grateful Dead frontman, JERRY DAZE began in the fall of 1999 at Java John & Jen’s KOOL BEANZ Coffeehouse. The very successful event ran three years before Kool Beanz closed. The event was so popular, that fans clamored for more! So, the event continued on in different venues for the next 3 years with the same excitement and success.
This year we have many new faces, and a very special treat with TONI BROWN joining us. For 20 years ( 1980-2000) Toni was Publisher and Editor of Relix magazine, an eclectic music publication focused on the Deadhead Community and “intelligent music alternatives.”
She sold the magazine to focus on her music career, and this year published “RELIX: The Book!“, a beautiful chronicle of her time with the famed magazine.
Live Music by: Dave & The DeadBeats, New Gravity, Old Friends in the Way, Ungrateful Buskers, and more…..!
Special Guests: Toni Brown & Ed Munson-Folk Rock & RELIX: The Book Art Exhibit.
And, Featuring the ever-popular Terrapin StationWagon Liquid-Light Show.
$10.00 at the Door Food, Beverages and hotel rooms available, and a “ShakedownStreet“.
Since most everyone has been effected by a family member with cancer : RAFFLE/AUCTION to SUSAN G KOMEN For The Cure
Location: THE SPACE STATION ( At The Clarion Hotel) 260 E. Merritt Island Causeway, Merritt Island, FL 32952
For MORE INFO Contact “Java” John: email@example.com
For our first auction of the year, we have a set of FIVE Miami prints with net-profits going to Mockingbird Foundation. Individually, these prints would cost $100 total. We are starting the bidding at $50 and hope for Phish fans to be generous and get these great prints before they are all gone! Many are already sold out, and you dont want to miss out on this great lot art!
These posters were donated by the artists for this auction, and all profits from the winning auction price (not including shipping and handling) will benefit Mockingbird Foundation for music education (www.mbird.org) All posters are in mint conditions and will come rolled in the same tube. ‘Java’ John’s print will ship seperate, direct from the artist.
A limited run of these posters were made by legendary Space Coast poster artists ‘Java’ John Goldacker. Only a few are left and available exclusively on PhanArt Blog. They are a great deal at $20 which includes S+H.
John was also commissioned for a series of sculptures, sponsored by Gibson Guitars, that were featured throughout Miami in early 2009 and later auctioned off for charity.
Java is also a poster artist and creates unique show posters and images of iconic musicians. A former Deadhead, John also helps to put together the annual ‘Jerry Daze‘, a Tribute to Jerry Garcia, a Live Jam Band event thatgoes strong every year & always raises cash for a good cause.
All the Posters seen below are $20 and includes shipping within the U.S.
The personalized PHISH PHAN Poster (below) is $50 and includes shipping within the U.S.
You can buy any of these by paypal.com – send money to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are already familiar with Java’s other show “AN ACOUSTIC RECORD” (formally on Tropic Wave, currently Monday Nights on WFIT Public Radio), then you probably know how Java is excited to return to TROPIC WAVE RADIO with “ON THE FLIPSIDE”!!
The program will air Monday-Friday 10am -2pm (eastern time), beginning TODAY, December 1st 2009…just in time to ring in the new decade. It will also be rerun each night probably at 9pm.
Java’s first “Featured Artist of the Week” is none other than TIMOTHY B. SCHMITof The Eagles & Poco Fame! He’ll play tunes by Timothy featuring his new release EXPANDO, and wind up the week airing his recent interview with Timothy Friday at Noon!
“ON THE FLIPSIDE” is based on the classic AOR (Album Oriented Rock) & Free Form radio format of the 1960’s and 70’s, featuring New (and old) Music by classic rock, soul & folk heroes. The program showcases New Music by Contemporary Artists, as well.
“ON THE FLIPSIDE” will also present frequent interviews with many international recording artists, as well as favorite local and regional performers! During his 3 years in radio, John has already had the pleasure to have had interviewed many of his favorite Pop Culture icons including:
Jewel; Diane Birch; Dave Davies (The Kinks); Ian McLagan (The Faces); Ian GillanRay Manzarek of The Doors; Mark Volman (Turtles); Charlie Daniels; pop artist Peter Max;Mark Farner (Grand Funk); Steve Lukather (Toto); Larry Coryell; Ray Stevens;Livingston Taylor; Kate Taylor; James Lowe (Electric Prunes); Alexa Ray Joel; Norman Greenbaum; Jack Williams; Question (of ? Mark and the Mysterians); Freebo; Jock Bartley &Larry Burnett (Firefall); and David Sancious
Also for themed programs: Pete Seeger; Arlo Guthrie, Nora Guthrie; & Sarah Lee Guthrie; (for a four hour special on The Woody Guthrie Family Legacy).
Artie Kornfeld (Woodstock Organizer); Wavy Gravy;Chip Monck; Henry Diltz; Lisa Law; and others (for a four part Woodstock 40th Anniversary Special).
Johnny Winter; Edgar Winter; and Rick Derringer; (for a special based on the Winter Brothers). TUNE IN ON-LINE: www.tropicwaveradio.net