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Four Unreleased Jimi Hendrix 16mm Color Films Sell For $10,000
Four unreleased Jimi Hendrix 16mm color films were posted on eBay recently and fetched $10,000 when the video reels sold during the final hours of a ten-day auction. The seller, aware of the concert films one-of-a-kind value started the bidding price at 10K and a sole bidder committed to pay that, in return to own this historic Hendrix memorabilia.
Historic Pink Floyd ‘Wish You Were Here’ Vinyl Sells for Big Bucks
An original, still-sealed copy of Pink Floyd‘s 1975 album ‘Wish You Were Here’ recently sold on eBay for the astonishing price of $1,775.00 British Pounds, which comes out to $2753.20 in U.S. Dollars.
Kiss Debut Promo Vinyl Sells For Over A Grand
A promotional copy of the self-titled debut album by Kiss recently sold on eBay for $1,025.01, a significant jump from the opening $35.00 listing price for the three day auction. It appears that the fan who placed the first bid aimed high enough to eliminate all contenders, as they ultimately won this prized record ...
Rare Velvet Underground Promo Single Sells For Big Money
‘What Goes On’ in your mind when you see a Velvet Underground single such as this? One quick glance at this rare picture sleeve is enough to get dollar signs dancing in your head if you’re a collector. Need proof? Well, one sold for $1675.00 during an eBay auction last week.
AC/DC’s ‘A Giant Dose Of Rock & Roll’ Tour Program Sells For Gigantic Price
A rare AC/DC Australian only 1976 tour program sold for $1500 during an eBay auction and, considering its limited availability it’s surprising that it didn’t fetch more. Tagged as the “holy grail” of AC/DC collectables this tour program is a rarity for two reasons: it was issued only in Australia and it was quickly banned!
A Beatles Apple Records Promotional Belt Sells For Fab Price
The Beatles‘ Apple Records logo is nearly as iconic as the band it represents. When this rare 1968 promotional belt appeared on eBay, it sold just shy of $1,500. That’s a pretty penny to pay for an old leather belt, but try telling that to a Beatles collector.
Cardiac Testing Forces Gregg Allman to Postpone Book Tour
Gregg Allman’s upcoming book tour in support of his ‘My Cross To Bear’ memoir has been delayed so that he can undergo diagnostic cardiac testing at the Mayo Clinic’s campus tomorrow, April 27.
Metallica And Neil Young + Crazy Horse To Headline San Francisco Festival
Metallica and Neil Young + Crazy Horse are two of the many acts that will perform at San Francisco’s Outside Lands Music + Arts Festival, which takes place Aug. 10-12 at Golden Gate Park. Both longtime residents of the Bay Area, the two legendary groups will join sixty other bands for a three-day celebration.
Adler, ‘The One That You Hated’ – Song Review
Adler — the namesake group of former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler — will issue their first single, ‘The One That You Hated,’ on iTunes on April 10.
Take a Tour of Ace Frehley’s ‘Budokan’ Les Paul Custom Replica Guitar
Ace Frehley’s Les Paul was one of many guitars featured at the Musikmesse Frankfurt 2012 Fair that took place last week in Germany, and Dr. Will Jones, the Professor of the Epiphone, was on hand to show it off to Music TV.
Kiss And Motley Crue Discuss ‘The Tour’ On Revolver TV
Kiss’ Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons and Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx and Vince Neil were interviewed on Revolver TV to talk about their upcoming tour and according to the bands, the fans can expect two entirely different shows.
Gregg Allman Fan Stabbed During Nashville Concert
A Gregg Allman fan was stabbed on Wednesday (Jan. 4) during a concert featuring the Allman Brothers Band singer that took place at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. As reported by Spinner, Ronald Sixt Jr. took a knife jab to the face and was treated for minor facial lacerations after a fight broke out during the show.