ROLLING STONES DRESSING ROOM SIGN FROM PHILLY SPECTRUM 1975–WIN A COPY OF SPECTRUM ARENA COMMEMORATIVE BOOK at “MY SPECTRUM MEMORIES” OCTOBER TRIVIA CONTEST NO. 2
ROLLING STONES: THE SPECTRUM (JUNE 29-30, 1975)
While performing at the Spectrum in 1975, the Rolling Stones combined the visiting hockey players’ dressing room and the Philadelphia 76ers basketball team’s dressing room to form one large room.
This larger room was accessible by both locker-room entrances. The “STAGECREW” sign (above) was affixed to the visiting hockey players’ room. A similar sign, sans the tour logo, was placed on the 76ers’ door, located down the hall, south, about 30 feet away.
To win a copy of “GOD BLESS THE SPECTRUM” a coffee-table book commemorating the history of the Spectrum, answer the following question:
What was printed on the Rolling Stones’ sign affixed to the 76ers’ dressing room door, which also provided access to the Stones’ room?
Eric Enghom from Hagersten, Sweden won September’s contest: a copy of “God Bless the Spectrum” and an archival print of Mick Jagger from the 1981 press conference at Philadelphia’s JFK Stadium.
Fred Hardin of Savannah, Georgia won the second prize: a copy of “God Bless The Spectrum.”
Every month until The Spectrum Arena is demolished, I will be awarding a copy of “God Bless The Spectrum” commemorative book to the “My Spectrum Memories” trivia contest winner.