|Signed during the first of eventually two Tower Records/Sunset Strip signings, March 21, 1995.|
|The above is an autographed CD cover from the film/soundtrack, “The Lion King”.|
|Autographed Elton John sheet music from “The Lion King”.
ALL AUTOGRAPHS on this page were signed at Tower Records on the Sunset Strip at either the “Made In England” in-store signing on March 21, 1995 or the “El Dorado” in-store signing on March 14, 2000 (with exceptions noted).
|The Complete Lyrics hard cover book signed on March 21, 1995 at Tower Records
in Hollywood, autographed by both Elton John and Bernie Taupin.
AUTOGRAPH NOTE: QUANTITY OF ELTON JOHN SIGNATURES:
Costly, yes, but an autograph bonanza of Elton John signatures.
|The very rarely signed and very hard to find signed Elton John tribute CD to Princess Diana,
“Candle In The Wind”, signed on March 14, 2000.
|Autographed Elton John Tour Books signed March 21, 1995 at Tower Records, West Hollywood.|
|Signed 8X10’s by the living legend Elton John from the Tower Records signings.|
|HOW COOL IS THIS?
Very rare and very personal signed and inscribed drum head by Elton John
at his Tower Records in store autograph session on March 21, 1995.
|Personally signed index cards by Elton John, autographed at the Tower Records signings.
MY THOUGHTS: Elton John is a prime example of a major R&R celebrity who because he has taken part in so many in store autograph signings, fans all over the world have and own real autographs by him, thus, cutting down the need for many fans (never all fans, however) to run the risk of purchasing fake and fraudulant signatures as well as cutting down the resale value of signatures obtained by autograph chasers. Elton John by virture of participating in, “in person” signings, shows that the system can work.
|Probably the best signed Tour Book in my entire collection. Autographed, perfectly.|
The (above left) “Made in England” CD cover and the (above right)
|The (above left) “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” LP was signed at the August 24, 1989 performance of The Who’s TOMMY, at The Universal Amphitheater, and the (above right) “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” LP was signed at the very rare Tower Records on Sunset Boulevard in store signing on March 21, 1995.|
|Both of these albums were signed by Elton John at his
Tower Records West Hollywood in store signing on March 14, 2000.
|The (above left) “Honkey Chateau” LP was signed on March 21, 1995 and the (above right)
“Sleeping With The Past” LP was signed on March 14, 2000, both at
the very rare Tower Records on Sunset Boulevard in store signings.