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.
A black fedora signed by Michael Jackson and a grouping of Beatles color photo cards are some of the keynote lots in Collect.com Auctions’ Sports & Americana Auction No. 6.
In this age of MP3 players, is there still a place in collectors’ hearts for Sony’s retro portable players? Sure looks like it.
The Walkman, the Sony cassette device that forever changed music listening before becoming outdated by digital MP3 players and iPods, has died. It was 31 years old.
Backstage Auctions is offering more than 200 still-sealed records from illustrious labels such as Neat Records and Heavy Metal Records as part of its Rock Gods and Metal Monsters auction, which ends Nov. 7, 2010.
Buyers at the recent Gotta Have It! Rock and Roll Pop Culture Auction flipped the equation of Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley being top-earning dead celebrities.
Eddie Cochran and Nick Reynolds were complete opposites that have common ground: the guitar.