Showing posts from January 9, 2011

Michael Jackson - Jackson 5 Autographed LP 4 Sale! SOLD!

Michael Jackson, Tito and Marlon Jackson Autographed LP, "Jackson 5", Victory Tour era LP and signatures acquired at opening week in Kansas City by Grammy Award Winning Robert Reynolds of the Mavericks, grandfather, who hosted the Jackson 5 at his hotel he managed at the time. The Hotel was the Alameda Plaza as recorded in the letter written by Robert. Nice ink signatures. Affordable MJ piece with nice, unique story attached. Robert recently sold this to a memorabilia dealer friend of mine in Nashville. NEVER before offered. $495 /obo SOLD!

Rihanna sets UK chart record

R&B singer Rihanna took the British pop music charts by storm this week with a number one single, album and two other songs in the charts. And the Official Charts Company has confirmed the Barbadian singer is the first female solo artist in UK chart history to achieve five number one singles in consecutive years with What's My Name. The only other solo artist to equal this achievement was Elvis Presley in the 1950s, the charts company said. Rihanna, 22, knocked X Factor champion Matt Cardle's When We Collide from the top spot on the singles chart to number two. Her album, Loud, held its number one slot, beating off competition from British rapper Plan B's The Defamation Of Strickland Banks.

Chilean miner tours Elvis birthplace, hardware store

Edison Pena, one of the rescued Chilean miners and a self-described “Elvis fanatic,” visited Tupelo today for a tour of Presley attractions.Pena's first stop was the birthplace. After his tour there, Elvis Presley Memorial Foundation Chairman Henry Dodge asked Peña what he thought about it. Via his interpreter, Peña said, “Very emotional. I could feel him.”Pena also was scheduled to dine at Vanelli's and stop by Tupelo Hardware, where Elvis got his first guitar.

Vernon Presley Portrait Painting 4 Sale!

Vernon and Dee Presley Portrait Painting which would have hung in the Dolan Home, adjacent to Graceland. Displayed for years in the Nashville Wax Museum which was flooded this past year. Gallery name on reverse indicates it was originally framed in suburb near Graceland. Several pieces were displayed there and at the now closed car museum which were acquired from Dee. Approx. 28" x 32" No damage, unique late 60's / early 70's piece with Elvis history. $275