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. 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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I don't know if ordered the signed one by mistake.  Does your emailed receipt indicate that it's signed? I ordered it about a hour ago before it was out of stock, but now im wondering if i put the wrong edition in my bag. 

My email didnt indicated signed or not.

Best to double down and put the phrase "Signed copy, please. " in the checkout comments if you're unsure. Strand will eventually cancel the order instead of sending you an unsigned one by accident

If you paid, $50 for the book it was a signed copy. As soon as the signed copies ran out the price dropped to $44.95.

Belly - various signed posters (50%off till 27 Nov)

UK/EU store https://kontrabandstor.es/belly/

US Store https://www.jsrdirect.com/bands/belly

Kate Bush ‘How to be Invisible’  signed book (orders open 10am tomorrow 22nd Nov):

https://www.waterstones.com/book/how-to-be-invisible/kate-bush/9780...

not for over $150...pass

Got one, Thank you! :-)

(Out of stock, after 10 min)

Over 35 years ago I got a personal response from Kate to a fan letter I sent, signed on her stationary. Got shut out on the book, but I’m good!

New Carpenters LP with signed litho by Richard Carpenter

https://shop.carpentersofficial.com/products/carpenters-with-the-ro...

I have no issue with celebrities selling signed stuff on their websites or through dealers. That's a much easier way to get a genuine signed item than getting stung on eBay or some other disreputable dealer. There was a famous painter named Basil Gogos who painted some iconic images of movie monsters who sold signed/inscribed items on through Facebook and Twitter when he was living. I bought several signed items from him that he also personalized. The whole experience was so much more meaningful and personal than buying an item from a dealer. Thanks for sharing that extensive list.

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