HOYT AXTON - PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK - HFSID 168406
Sale Price $126.00
Black and white publicity photograph of the songwriter for DPI Records
Printed Photograph signed in Ink: "God Bless/Hoyt". B/w, 8x10 overall, image 7¼x8½ (one surface). Publicity photo from DPI Records, captioned in lower margin. Axton (1938-1999) came naturally to songwriting. His mother Mae Burton Axton wrote Elvis Presley's hit, "Heartbreak Hotel." Hoyt's greatest successes were in songwriting, for musicians as diverse as The Kingston Trio ("Greenback Dollar", 1962), Three Dog Night ("Joy to the World", 1971) and Ringo Starr ("The No No Song", 1975). His own hit songs, vocals with guitar, hit the country charts, including "Boney Fingers" (1974) and "A Rusty Old Halo" (1979). He had many appearances on television and supporting roles in films, usually as a "good ole boy" (The Black Stallion, 1979; Gremlins, 1984). Fine condition.
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