You hate when the news is turned on, or you open the newspaper, and it’s filled with bad news. You sometimes think of the cliche “If it bleeds, it leads.” But there was a story in the San Diego Union-Tribune the other day that…Continue
I’ve never liked the idea of buying hair. Wait...I should probably explain that. I’m not talking about the way Elton John bought hair for $28,000 and had it surgically attached to his head. I’d certainly consider that, if I didn’t end up looking like Donald Trump…Continue
is called tha autograph source, is not affiliated with any organization, however, has the items authenticated by PSA / DNA, maybe I could buy only those who have the certification, you say?
I’ve long told the fellow autograph collectors, that the worst thing for the hobby is the fact that everyone has a camera on their phone. Instead of famous people being asked to sign a few autographs when they’re…Continue
In my search for Kurt Cobain autographs, I have search all over the world to find it. Lately there have been a few Kurt Cobain signed CDs with cool inscription that are being offer from UK by 2 different sellers on the bay.
Here are the pictures of the 2 Kurt Cobain’s signed CDs.
I have to sell an autopragh of the great BB King (at the 10th position of the 'most wanted') but I don't know how much I must ask.
I get it on 1985 at Jazz festival in Nice, France.
Someone can help me?
Thanks a lot to all!
I had a few movie related autograph things I was going to mention. The first was about the Harrison Ford Star Wars jacket he autographed and sold for charity. Yet I saw that somebody on this site wrote about that.
So, a few autograph things in recent movies.
In an indie movie called "High-Rise"…Continue
Added by Josh Board on April 20, 2016 at 10:40am — No Comments
What a hectic but fun week for me.
Last Saturday, Blue Oyster Cult played a small venue in Akron for two shows. In a previous blog, I stated that I wasn't going to try for them since I was 0 for 2 in trying to get them after the show and Buck and Eric basically ignored everyone there. …Continue
I met a guy at a party 10 years ago, who “managed” Vince Neil, the singer of Motley Crue. By manage, it had something to do with race cars. This guy was a gearhead, and Neil was really into that. He lined up various race cars and…Continue
A few weeks ago I posted the video of Kyle Busch being stuck in traffic and seeing a woman next to him wearing his hat. He honked, she freaked, and he signed the hat from his car. It was a wonderful moment, but it got me thinking about autographed hats. I've never liked them. It's for the same reason I don't like…Continue
I'm new to this site, so hope I'm using it correctly. Seems every time I find a reputable company or authentication service, I find information that denounces it. This even includes PSA/DNA which I assumed to be the gold standard of authentication services. Roger Epperson, seems legit, then I find a lawsuit with email thread in which he gets nasty and doesn't honor his own guarantee. Then there's Antiquities in Las Vegas, which seems a high end reputable store in business for many years…Continue
You know what I’ve given a lot of thought to over the years? What happens to my collection of autographs and sports/movie/music memorabilia when I die. Since I only have one kid, I just assumed she’d get it all. The problem is...I…Continue
I know, the title of this blog sounds like a Jerry Seinfeld show.
I remember when the Lakers acquired future Hall of Famer Steve Nash. Anybody that knew basketball, knew it was a horrible move. He was old, and injury prone. Yet once he joined the team, he was on the freeway and saw people with a Lakers bumper sticker. He honked at them (he wasn't driving, his friend was). They freaked out when they saw him, and there's video of them handing him a beer, while both cars were traveling…Continue
I’ve been playing basketball for almost 40 years. As a kid, aside from playing it, I loved getting autographs after Clippers games (back when they were in San Diego). Most of the big…Continue
Added by Josh Board on March 30, 2016 at 10:20pm — No Comments
Well, last week was the Bruce Springsteen stuff. I found out I was the only person at the L.A. show that wanted his autograph and didn’t get it. One person had his arm signed. I’m not sure why. Perhaps he’ll get it tattooed. Another kid…Continue
Thought I would share a fun story about my first autograph experience and then open it up to the community to share your stories about your first autograph and/or the specific experience you had obtaining it.
Here it goes....
When I was seven or eight years old, one of my best friends invite me to…Continue
One of my favorite vocalists, Geoff Tate from Queensryche, brought his new band- Operation: Mindcrime to Cleveland. I got approved to shoot/review the show and I was hoping to meet Geoff after the show so I brought three albums with me just in case.
Much to my surprise, I got free meet and greet passes…Continue
I've really gotten disillusioned with autograph collectors over the years. Let me explain all my anger in this blog.
Most recently, a few autograph collectors were going to the Bruce Spingsteen concerts in Los Angeles. I wanted to meet up with them, buy 'em lunch, and talk about our best scores and biggest disappointments. It's sharing those stories that makes this website so much fun.
One person didn't get back to me. Another said, "I'm going to be on the autograph hunt all…Continue
Added by PICTURE PROOF AUTOGRAPHS on March 17, 2016 at 6:00pm — No Comments