John Vogel Papers, 1976-1994, undated.


John Vogel Papers, 1976-1994, undated.

The John Vogel Papers span the years 1976 to 1994 and contain materials Vogel collected while working as a lighting engineer for various rock and roll concert tours. The materials are include photographs, stage designs, tour schedules, and personnel information. Also included in the collection are several oversized tour booklets and some of Vogel's personal files. Artists featured in the collection include Peter Gabriel, Genesis, Kiss, Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, and The Who. Vogel's papers provide rich insight to the process of creating a rock and roll concert show, specifically the stage design and special effects.

2.34 linear feet.

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