music for the first release from a then 5-year-old Billy Joe of Green Day. We will have a special section dedicated to “Who They Were." Including: Stevie Ray Vaughan in the Cobras, The Beach Boys in Kenny & The Kadets, Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham in Fritz, Don Henley in Felicity and Ray Manzarek in Rick & The Ravens.
The Beatles Autograph section, all authenticated and directed by Frank Caiazzo, includes what may be the earliest Beatle album ever signed. Their first UK LP, “Please Please Me” autographed by the Fab 4 at a concert a mere 6 days after it was released! The lot includes a ticket stub, program and letter from the recipient of the autographs. Also featured are letters by John and Paul, both with important content. The letter from John to Media Sound requests that no material be released to anyone other than John, George or Ringo, an ominous example of the acrimony of the break-up. Autographs of The Beatles obtained personally by Eddie Cochran’s bass player during the tour are also included.
The Andre Van Pier High Fashion Collection is an astounding selection of costumes designed for and worn by Mick Jagger, Diana Ross, Sting, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Dolly Parton and many others. The highlight of this collection is the red sequined dress worn by Dustin Hoffman in the movie “Tootsie.” Portions of the sale of this collection will benefit the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Also highlighted are audio recordings that include the complete soundboard recording of The Beatles at Shea Stadium and a never before heard audio of John and Yoko just goofing around. And there will be handwritten lyrics by Jimi Hendrix, George Harrison, Jim Morrison (“The Lizard King”), Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, and the Rolling Stones.
The Rolling Stones section will also include original 1965 concert posters obtained from Goldie and the Gingerbreads saved from when they toured with Mick and company. Some of the rare Stones items includes an incredibly rare cardboard poster for “Murray the K presents The Rolling Stones” in New Haven from 1964, the only known film of Keith Richards shockingly infamous incident in Sacramento in 1965 when he was electrocuted and knocked unconscious while on stage, plus autographs, photos and even Mick’s personal blue tour robe from the Stones 1975 Tour of The Americas.
And that’s not all. How about the earliest Elvis poster ever to surface? It’s a 1954 concert poster from the Eagles Nest in Memphis.
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ItsOnlyRocknRoll.com Top 50 List Of Rock , Pop ,Posters and the Beatles Auction
1. Elvis Presley 1954 Concert poster ( earliest known)
2. Rolling Stones Electrocution film (Rare concert footage Keith Richards and the Beatles )
3. Michael Jackson’s ‘Bad ‘ autographed Shoes
4. John Lennon’s baptismal; bracelet and High School registry
5. George Harrison handwritten ‘Bangla Desh’ lyrics
6. Tiny Tim’s Ukulele and outfit