The Joshua Light Show

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The Joshua Light Show, created by Joshua White, was one of the trailblazing liquid light shows. It was renowned for its psychedelic art and served as a lighting backdrop behind many live band performances at the Fillmore East in the East Village area of Manhattan and throughout the New York City suburbs from Connecticut to New Jersey during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Credits appear in a film of a live performance of The Chambers Brothers,[1] during 1970 and include William Schwarzbach, Thomas Shoesmith, Lois Zelman, and Cecily Hoyt.

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