John Lennon’s 1956 Austin Princess is being auctioned in London by the Austin Rock and Roll Car Museum on September 7, 2016.
In April, the Houston, Texas, music auctioneer presents an auction packed with many irresistible items for music memorabilia collectors — artists range from John Lennon to KISS.
Megadeth fans will have 234 different ways to bring a piece of the band’s history into their lives, thanks to Backstage Auctions’ upcoming sale. Bidding runs Dec. 1-7, 2014, for the Megadeth: The Countdown to Extinction Auction, which features several decades of the band’s historical tour memorabilia.
More than 25 collectible guitars including Les Pauls, Stratocasters and a Flying V are up for grabs at Backstage Auctions’ 2014 Rock N’ Pop Auction. The 750-lot auction, which closes for bidding beginning at 2 p.m. ET Sunday, Oct. 5, also includes concert T-shirts, photos and negatives (with full copyright transfer), posters and passes, autographs and artist-signed items, RIAA awards and vinyl records related to artists ranging from Aerosmith to ZZ Top.
Sears, Roebuck & Co. introduced the Gene Autry Round-up guitar in autumn 1932, when American families regularly tuned in to hear the Singing Cowboy.
To walk through the Martin factory and museum is to see the past, present and future of the American acoustic guitar — not to mention the stars’ guitars.
Expert explains how to tell the difference between an authentic vintage concert T-shirt and a reproduction, plus how to care for and archive your wearables.
Today, it’s unthinkable to see a favorite band perform and leave without a concert T-shirt. But the merch-table staples are relatively new as collectibles.
A young porter at the Atlantic Hotel in Newquay, U.K., where The Beatles stayed from Sept. 12-15, 1967, obtained the signatures on the gatefold of this U.K., first-issue mono pressing.
The 48-foot-long banner features larger-than-life photos of original band members Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss in all their spandex and stage-makeup glory.