When it comes to this week’s Market Watch, it’s all about soul. Four Northern Soul records sold for a combined value of $21,772.05 this time.
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.
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.
Original drawings by John Lennon will among the lots featured at Guernsey’s Auction House’s Iconic Objects Auction.
Whose records did Michael Jackson’s epic bypass to claim the top spot on our Market Watch countdown?
Soul queen reflects on her days with Motown, The Jacksons and Marc Bolan
John Lennon’s handwritten lyrics to the final song on the Beatles album “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” were purchased for $1.2 million
It’s been one year since the swift and still-mysterious death of Michael Jackson. Let’s hope this artist, singer, songwriter and performer is now at rest.
Eddie Argos and Dyan Valdes decided to provide an answer to music that bothered them.
The buzz going around Motown after the Jackson 5 auditioned for Berry Gordy on July 23, 1968, was deafening.
Here was a seemingly rag-tag group of siblings — the oldest being Jackie at age 17 — from Gary, Ind., with a strict tyrant of a father and a devout Jehovah’s Witness of a mother, that danced up a storm and sang like angels. And they did it so professionally that they were about to outshine many of Motown’s biggest adult stars.