RIAA awards, KISS bootlegs, vinyl records and a mountain of memorabilia from Blackfoot to Van Halen headline Backstage Auctions event.
Mick Jagger sings that that you can’t always get what you want — but if what you want is to buy a Rolling Stones-themed pinball machine, you’re in luck.
The Web site 991.com specializes in rare vinyl, posters and clothing, as well as items once owned by star musicians, such as a cash register that Who drummer Keith Moon had at his home.
George Harrison is on record as saying that the black Gretsch Duo Jet he purchased second-hand in 1961 was “the first real decent guitar that I ever had.” Hence a limited-edition replica was created this year.
Beatles fans rejoice: The entire Fab Four archive of early Beatles photographs by Astrid Kirchherr — many of which have never been published before — is heading to auction.
The Astrid Kirchherr Beatles Archive is slated to hit the auction block early this fall via a New York Auction house.
Wonder what that original Rolling Stones tour poster you ripped of the wall in the ’70s might sell for? Here’s your chance to find out.
Backstage Auctions first-ever March Madness auction promises to be a music collector’s paradise for vinyl records, signed items and concert posters.
Fans of Lena Horne were eager to bid on items including fine art, costume jewelry, fashion, books and furnishings that the entertainment legend enjoyed during her life.
If vinyl records have an underappreciated sibling over in the toy industry, it would be board games.