JIMMIE F. RODGERS - PICTURE POST CARD SIGNED CIRCA 1959 CO-SIGNED BY: COLLEEN RODGERS - HFSID 209850
JIMMIE F. RODGERS and COLLEEN RODGERS Signed 1959 b/w picture postcard of country singer Jimmie F. Rodgers and his first wife Colleen leaning on the back of a sofa Picture postcard signed "Colleen" in green ink and "Jimmie Rodgers" in blue ink. Pencil notations on verso in unknown hand.
Sale Price $198.00
JIMMIE F. RODGERS and COLLEEN RODGERS
Signed 1959 b/w picture postcard of country singer Jimmie F. Rodgers and his first wife Colleen leaning on the back of a sofa
Picture postcard signed "Colleen" in green ink and "Jimmie Rodgers" in blue ink. Pencil notations on verso in unknown hand. B/w, 5½x3½ overall, 5x3 image, one surface. Los Angeles, California, July 10, 1959. 3¢ blank postcard addressed to the Lackeys, Great Neck, New York. Rodgers opened the Honeycomb Family Theatre after moving to Branson, Missouri in 1992. Rodgers, born James Frederick Rodgers in Camas, Washington in 1933, was a country singer, but don't tell that to the rock fans that bought his albums in the 1950s. Rodgers combined a high, sweet voice, good beats, and rock-influenced arrangements with more traditional country elements like and acoustic guitar and updates of folk songs to land Top 10 hits on the Pop Singles charts almost as often as the Country Singles charts. Between 1955 and 1966, he had a total of eight Top 10 singles, which were often on the Country Singles and Pop Singles Charts and even the Black Singles and Adult Contemporary charts in a single year: Honeycomb (1957, No. 1 on both the Black Singles and Pop Singles charts and No. 7 on the Country Singles charts), Kisses Sweeter Than Wine (1957), Make Me a Miracle (1958), Oh-Oh, I'm Falling In Love Again (1958), Secretly (1958) and It's Over (1966). Lightly toned, creased and bowed. Pen skipped while signing Colleen Rodger's signature. Impressions from typed address on verso shows through (does not touch signature). Otherwise in fine condition.
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