Prince’s iconic wardrobe, guitars, memorabilia and more to rock the auction stage at Hard Rock Cafe New York, Friday, May 18, 2018.
In the end “Jimbo,” Stevie Ray Vaughan’s first guitar, sold for $250,000.00 and was the highlight at Heritage Aucitons April 15, 2018 Entertainment & Music Memorabilia Signature Auction. But there were other notable items that sold, too.
The top records sold in Tefteller’s ’50s and ’60s R&B Vocal Group 45s auction (closed April 5).
Upcoming records shows and events, including Danbury Record & CD Expo on April 15 and The Atlanta Record and CD Show on April 22.
In last month’s auction from John Tefteller’s World’s Rarest Records, Rolling Stones 45s (with picture sleeves) were such a hit that one single, “Heart of Stone,” led the auction by selling for over $1,000.
Run Out Groove has its March titles to vote on and time is almost up.
Run Out Groove is releasing ‘The Baby Huey Story: The Living Legend’ 2-LP expanded edition (limited to only 3,350 copies) and The Beau Brummels ‘Bradley’s Barn’ 2-LP expanded edition (limited to only 3000 copies) for Record Store Day.
Only 50 copies of the 1994 Prince/Warner Brothers limited-edition release variant were pressed.
Record Stored Day announces a whole bunch of heavy-hitting releases. And a full list of titles and their accompanying artwork can be found on the RSD website.
Vinyl record fans voted to make the next limited and numbered Run Out Groove title, ‘Down By The Old Mainstream’ by Golden Smog available for pre-order by March 8.