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?
Justin Townes Earle....signed vinyl...."Saints of Lost Causes" added to Barnes & Noble...
The Specials - Signed CD of new album Encore (limited edition version with bonus live CD). Recordstore now showing a few additional copies back in stock.
Thanks for the heads up as I have ordered this.
Edwyn Collins - Signed CD and LP option for new album Badbea (Note these will not be signed till his instore appearance at Monorail on the 9th April)
Rcvd my Gary Hoey from Newbury today. Wish that artists wouldn't use silver on a glossy post card. Doesn't always have the best results. Not especially happy with it.
Looks like it got another cover set on it before it was dry. I had that happen before and could see silver from other ones on the back of mine. I do like silver on dark backgrounds though, but sucks when that happens.
Yeah, I wasn't real impressed.
My bigger concern is....are you a Simpson? lol
I have no idea what the deal with the lighting there is. I'm definitely not that yellow.
I think this is a pretty good deal at Amazon UK...."Belinda Carlisle: The CD Singles 1986-2014" with a "limited edition" signed insert card.......34.69 pounds...but today 5 pounds savings with code BIGTHANKS...final total in dollars was $37.20.