The Beatles English rock band – with members John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, they became widely regarded as the foremost and most influential act of the rock era
Signed early Parlophone publicity postcard, shows the Beatles on the front page, 5,75 x 3,5 inch, signed and inscribed on the reverse in blue ballpoint ink “To Joan – Ringo Starr”,”Love to Joan – John – Lennon – xxx”, “To Joan – love Paul – McCartney – xxx” and “To Joan love from – George – Harrison”, attractively mounted (removable) for fine display with a photograph, shows The Beatles on stage (altogether 8,25 x 11,75 inch), with glue remnants along the left edge, a bend to the lower right corner, a tear (0,75 inch) to the lower edge, and mild stains – in fine to good condition.
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Sir Michael Philip Jagger is an English singer-songwriter, musician, composer and actor who gained fame as the lead singer and one of the founder members of the Rolling Stones. Keith Richards, sometimes credited as Keith Richard, is an English musician and songwriter, best known as a guitarist and founder member of the Rolling Stones.
The Beatles “Four Aces” program large set of autographs boldly signed on the opening photo page of the group by John Lennon, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney who has added a dedication “To Michelle Love from The Beatles”. Now here’s where it gets real interesting. This is a pen pal story….Once upon a time, way before the internet and Facebook people use to send letters to one another and some (mostly teenagers) through school and magazines made friends and wrote to one another through the mail.
This signed program comes from one such pen pal friendship that started in the early 60’s, between two teenage girls, one living in Pennsylvania in the United States and the other living in Bradford England. Here’s just part (edited) of the two page hand written letter of provenance that come with this signed Beatles program: “Sometime ago I found myself corresponding with a peer of my own age, but from quite far aways. Somehow I connected with Diane (British pen pal) and we became pen pals. Her name was Diane (last name edited out by me) and she lived at two Stevenson Street, Bradford Yorkshire England. We wrote about stuff fifteen and sixteen year olds write about and writing about how one day we would meet. At some point Diane started writing about this group of musicians who were becoming very popular in England. She sent me newspaper clippings and other print media which I kept in a scrapbook. But the biggest treasure arrived in the form of a program. Diane’s father was a stage hand or security guard at a theatre where the Beatles were performing, she asked him if he would get the “Fab Four” to sign it which they did. She then sent it to me, along with her signature (see page opposite Beatle signatures), which to me was just as special” Signed Michelle Diane wrote on the opposite page “To Michelle love from Diane. (I thought you’d like my autograph too” Now here’s where it gets even more interesting….If you look at the tour dates of this Beatles fall tour with Mary Wells etc. you will see that on October 9th 1964,which was the opening night of their fall tour, where they played two shows at the Gaumont Cinema in Bradford….Most Beatles signed items out there can’t be traced to a specific date and place…This is….Also what’s also extra special here is that this program was signed by John on his 24th birthday, which of course was October 9th. This is truly a unique piece of Beatles history and a remarkable set of signatures. The program itself is intact and the signed Beatles page measures 8″ X 10 1/2″ (over sized set of signatures) and the page is in Excellent+ with slight tear and vertical fold not really affecting the autographs. The page is remarkably clean and free of any fading, pitting or soiling.
The Boss, otherwise known as Bruce Springsteen – was captured by photographers motoring around Los Angeles with his wife, Patti, in their black 1964 C2 Corvette Sting Ray convertible recently. He even flashed a peace sign to the near by photographers.
Guns N’ Roses guitarist Saul Hudson “Slash” and his 1966 Corvette Coupe
Slash was born Saul Hudson in London, England, in 1965. He grew up in Los Angeles and learned to play guitar as a teenager. In 1985 he joined Guns N’ Roses and earned international acclaim for riffs on songs like “Sweet Child o’ Mine.” After leaving GNR in 1996, Slash did session work and formed other bands, such as Velvet Revolver. Slash suffered heart failure in 2001 and reformed his life, documenting it all in his 2007 autobiography. In March 2016 it was announced that Guns N’ Roses would reunite for a North American tour.
Gene Simmons has co-written two songs for Ace Frehley’s next solo album, the KISS bassist/vocalist has revealed.
The news of the two former KISS band mates’ collaboration was broken by the bassist/vocalist as he was giving an interview to the Minnesota classic rock radio station 92 KQRS last week.
Asked if KISS has any plans to return to the studio and make new music, Simmons said (see video below): “Well, I suppose at some point. But literally two days ago I was with Ace, who’s not in the band — he used to be in the band three different times — and we wrote two songs. He asked me to write for his next solo record. So I went over to his place, way out in the desert some place, and we wrote two things. And eventually the band [the current lineup of KISS] will go back in [the studio to make new music]. But there’s no great incentive, because the record industry, the entire thing, is so dysfunctional. You work hard and you get paid, and if we’re gonna work a year on a record, I wanna get paid too. KISS is not a charity. We make a difference between what we do personally and as a band. We buy houses for vets, we supply jobs, we give money to charity, but that’s ’cause I wanna give. I don’t want anybody deciding that our art, our music, our concerts is free, because ‘you have enough money.'”
View Video of the Gene Simmons’s interview by classic rock radio station 92 KQRS.