In recognition of the 60th anniversary of Elvis' inauguration into the music industry and his 80th birthday, legendary jukebox maker Rock-ola is offering for purchase limited edition "Elvis Presley 60th Anniversary of Rock n’ Roll 1954-2014," jukeboxes. Plus, the company is holding a sweepstakes in which one lucky person will win...
Stage-used guitars owned by George Harrison and Eric Clapton will cross the auction block May 16, along with more than 600 other lots in the Music Memorabilia Auction presented by Julien's Auctions.
Nearly 70 lots of Elvis artifacts will cross the auction block Jan. 8, during Graceland Auctions' The Auction of Graceland event. Leading all lots may be Elvis Presely's first driver's license, issued on March 24, 1952, and estimated at $15,000 to $20,000.
Three microphones used by The Beatles are expected to rock the house during Heritage Auctions' Dec. 6-8 Entertainment & Music Memorabilia Auction.
At a time when cowboys were the heroes of 1930s radio programs and later westerns on television, children and adults alike dreamed of the charms of the idolized cowboy life, represented by many things, including cowboy guitars.
An impressive collection of vintage Barnum and Bailey circus posters, fresh-to-market fine art, Native American pottery, and several pieces of an extensive collection of jazz memorabilia heads up a Sept. 13 sale.
Come Oct. 5 Phoenix's Musical Instrument Museum will be host to auction action as bidders vie for items from the collection of the late Waylon Jennings, a pioneer of outlaw country music, during a sale presented by Guernsey's.
Seventy-two lots of seldom-seen Elvis memorabilia, from private collections, will come to market Aug. 14 during the first-ever "Auction at Graceland," held during the very popular Elvis Week celebration.
Gramophones, graphophones, cylinder players are among the more than 500 antique musical devices heading to market July 19-20 through Donley Auction Services.