HARRY CHAPIN - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 156623
Sale Price $1,020.00
HARRY CHAPIN. Photograph signed: "'Keep the/Change!'/Harry Chapin". B/w, 4¾x6 overall, image 4¼x5 (one surface). Publicity photograph. Name imprinted at lower margin. "Keep the Change" was a lyric in Chapin's autobiographical song, "Taxi", which appeared on his 1972 album, Heads and Tales. His performance earned a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist, and two years later he would again be nominated, this time for Best Male Vocal Performance for "Cat's in the Cradle", from his 1974 album Verities & Balderdash. Known equally for his social activism, folk-rock singer/songwriter Harry Chapin (1942-1981) gave over 100 benefit concerts a year. By 1976, at the height of his career, Chapin performed in 230 concerts, 130 of which were benefits for charities and organizations he supported. In December 1980, his last hit, "Sequel", from the album of the same name, rose higher on the charts than the original "Taxi". Chapin was working on his 12th album in July 1981, when he was tragically killed in an automobile accident on his way to a concert. Ink lightly beaded. Fine condition. Framed in the Gallery of History style: 15x24½.
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