Though I recall a member posting a blog asking about this a while ago, I could not relocate it for my purpose in this discussion.

It can be nice when one stumbles upon a musician's shop (via their website), to see that they are selling their autographs. Stephen Duncan has referred to this as a 'win-win' situation. I figured this could grow as a wee database for listing those musicians who partake in this.

I recently recieved a couple press photos signed in ballpoint from John Mayall's website (http://www.johnmayall.com/merch.html). I am also aware that you can purchase signed CDs from Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits(http://peternoone.com/store/). John 5 ( formerly Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie guitarist) sells various items signed, with an option to dedicate.

 

So, does anyone else know of this being done by other musicians?

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Rascal Flatts presale $16 cd

http://backtous.rascalflatts.com/

Be careful with Rascal Flatts autographed items as there last album (Christmas one) was offered as signed yet was a clearly autopenned

DJ Fontana, Elvis Presley's drummer has signed photos for $25

http://www.djfontana.com/

I don't follow country but..
Hunter Hayes signed 18x24 poster for $35 is probably a good deal
http://store.warnermusic.com/triangle-shirt-poster-autographed.html
Unfortunately, that seems to be the case with many of the country ones for some reason.
Christopher-

What country artists have you encountered this with?

I have seen it with Rascal Flatts, Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean and Chris Lane
Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean, Kenny Rogers,
Remember that Kenny Rogers had autopen autographs in his last "signed" release.

Evidently Newbury sent an email to people who'd ordered the Rascal Flatts CD and said it was auto penned. They removed the CD from their website and are offering full refunds for fans who got taken.

Rascal Flatts autopens just about all of their signed offerings it seems... Classless move on their part

I have so little tolerance for egos like that in the music business.

Just odd how this seems to be a trend with the country artists

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