Hi, bob where do I go on the site to get celebrity addresses. Big fan of ac magazine and stumbled on this site. Can u help? Had a decent collection a while back a contractor facked a work order got inti my apt while I was@work and stole my collection.
Good luck on getting Neal McCoy's autograph next month. I got an autographed color photo of him a few years ago, though I had to arrange it through his people and it was mailed to me. I just picked up the newest "Black Stallion" book that was just released on Tuesday. I got hooked on collecting the series after watching the two "Black Stallion" movies in 1979 and 1983. Walter Farley was the original author and his last book was co-written with his older son, Steven, who has continued the series after his father's death in 1989. In January 2009 I was able to meet him, his younger brother, Tim and their mother, Rosemary. Steve's book "The Black Stallion and the Shape-Shifter" had just been released and I obtained all three of their signatures in it--a 1st Edition. This latest book "The Black Stallion and the Lost City" is also a 1st Edition and looks to be a good story. Kind of ties in with a scene from the movie about Alexander the Great and his horse Bucephalus.
As I said before, seeing that the Monkees are on such a whirlwind tour right now, don't expect any autographs. But if you are successful in getting backstage after the show to get a group photo with the guys that's great!
I got backstage this time just I had the previous time.....I went up by the stage and waited with all those who clearly had VIP passes around their necks (lanyards). Only this time we weren't directed to an oversized dressing room. :)
I was wondering.....do you already have (ttm) autographs of Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones and Peter Tork? i don't know if the Monkees and the Columbus venue have worked out a meet and greet ahead of time. I think the people who obtain the VIP backstage passes ahead of time probably are members of the Monkees fan club. This was my third ever Monkees concert (all at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater,FL) and second time to attempt getting backstage and second success. After I was able to quietly slip in with the first 20 VIP people in the hallway, I could see that I could very easily have been told to leave as I wasn't on the VIP list. Even though I'm a quiet, unassuming person who doesn't call any attention to myself, it was a 50/50 situation of crossing the hurdle of getting into the room where the pre-arranged photo-op was. So if you try to get backstage as I did, I'd caution you to be very discreet. Have a Sharpie ready if you want to have something signed if time allows for the guys, but be prepared for just a group photo-op and be happy with that.