What do you call a page where as the items contained upon it are not part of any individually highlighted or featured page? These are some of the luckiest, funnest and even actually probably one of a kind/hardest to ever obtain again items found anywhere within my collection.
Further, each signature is NOT FOUND anywhere else in this website. ENJOY
One of the earliest autographs I ever obtained was of Brian Setzer on this Barney’s Beanery Restaurants Menu in the late 1980’s, as he was playing pool with some buddies, drinking some beers and simply relaxing and having fun.
I should of taken a picture of his gorgeous white Harley parked just outside on the curb.
Sometimes, you simply grab whatever you can to get signed when a celebrity is spotted.
Signed Hard Rock Café kiddie menu by Spencer Davis while at The KLSX Record swap on December 7, 1991. I had been at the HRC earlier that week and had snagged some menu’s as souvenirs. Thus, since I had no album or photo for him to sign, I quickly improvised with what I had available.
Individual concert contracts between Cory Wells, Danny Hutton and Chuck Negron (3 Dog Night) and NKR Productions for “The Spirit of America Spectacular” performance Queen Mary, Long Beach, California – Sunday, July 5, 1981. Obtained through a private collector/collection.
Two personally signed index cards by Dick Clark autographed on January 30, 1995 at The American Music Awards held at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
97.1 KLSX-FM ROCK EXPO – SATURDAY DECEMBER 4, 1993
LOS ANGELES BONAVENTURE HOTEL, LOS ANGELES, CA.
The following photographs, CD covers and index cards were autographed by Robert Lamm and Kenny Loggins on December 4, 1993
at the 3rd annual 97.1 KLSX-FM Rock Expo.
To see the signed albums that were also autographed that day, please visit
My Albums Page: http://rockandrollcollection.com/albums/
Two personally signed index cards by Arlo Guthrie in Los Angeles on August 9, 2000.