Picked this up in a thrift store today in a stack of second hand CD's. I've done a little bit of searching on line and they do look legit and early in their career.More opinions please and any idea…Continue
This is a Christmas card from Geldof's production company Planet 24. I received this card between Christmas 1992-94 (doing work for them) and recently unearthed it. I believe it's signed by Bob…Continue
Got from a very reputable Production Company in Ireland that worked with Brosnan a number of times. Not sure what year? Very neat and tidy. Wondering if it's real of secretarial? Opinions welcome.…Continue
I went to see Steve Earle and The Dukes on Sunday 25th October in Dublin's historic Olympia Theatre. As always he put on a wonderful show and at the beginning he said that after the show he would be around to say hello to anyone who wanted to say hi. And true to his word he and the rest of The Dukes appeared after the show in the lobby to take photographs, chat and sign items.
It was well organised and Mr.Earle was charming, thoughful and gave people the time to chat and pose for…Continue
Here's what Ewan McGregor thinks of Autograph hunters. Just thought I should share this if anyone was thinking of approaching him, I'd think twice!
From the article:
Ewan McGregor has branded autograph hunters "parasitical lowlifes".
The 43-year-old actor - who played Obi-Wan Kenobi in 'Star Wars Episode I-III' - insists he rarely meets real fans, just people who want to make money from his signature.
Asked how 'Star Wars' fans have responded to him, he told…Continue
I was really sad to hear of the passing of a true comedy legend Rik Mayall who passed away on June 9th, aged 56.
As part of the 1980's alternative comedy wave that turned British comedy on it's head, he was a shining light and a true star. He and his partners in crime did to the comedy establishment what the Sex Pistols did to music! It was that revolutionary and fierce!
With his characters Kevin Turvey from the series 'A Kick Up the Eighties' and The Dangerous Brothers they…Continue
You are lucky enough to meet your idols or at least get a friend who works at a venue to ask your heroes to sign something. You've brought along a great item and you're armed with pens/ permanent marker. And when you get the piece back, the damn pen has ceased or bled, basically mucked up that precious signing.
I had the pleasure of getting Cheap Trick to sign my copy of 'Budokan' I had waited years for them to play in Ireland and then they come...and I get the item signed and the…Continue