VINTAGE BACKSTAGE PASSES & MUSIC MEMORABILIA
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Eddie Van Halen is widely regarded as a virtuoso guitarist and singers David Lee Roth and Sammy Hagar were considered some of the best in the business. On the album "1984", "Jump" hit #1, and "Panama" and "I'll Wait" both went to the top 20. Following that, the released four number 1 albums over the following 11 years. That's quite a feat. Van Halen is the 19th best selling artist in the US of all times. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2007. They have won numerous MTV awards, were nominated for four Grammys and won one for "Best Hard Rock Performance" in 1992.
In the late 1990s PHISH pictured a series of old TV and Sports Personalities on their passes. The Planet of the Apes series are just plain cool. For those not familiar, PHISH has a massive following. They are a "jam" and "improvisational" rock band that is loved by their fans. Because they don't play mainstream music, they get little mainstream radio play, but have still sold over 8 million albums, and have filled stadiums all over the country. They have a huge cult like following (people follow them around like the Grateful Dead) and their backstage passes are one of the most widely collected.
Vintage 8 3/4 - 10" tall (depending on which issue) 1940s Opera News magazine. They show some typical aging but are in nice shape. These are uncommon and often go for $5 each and up on Ebay. Some go for a lot more depending on who is on the cover. We have several different ones and don't know one from another. No special requests please. You may get the real high dollar one. Hard to tell. Opera News was founded in 1936 by the Metropolitan Opera Guild with Mrs. John DeWitt (Mary Ellis Peltz) serving as the publication's first editor. It was initially intended to be a "useful, instructive, and factual weekly newspaper of Opera in New York". Its first issue was published on 7 December 1936 and consisted of only one folded broadsheet.