MIKE HARDING - INSCRIBED ORIGINAL ART SIGNED - HFSID 324908
Sale Price $288.00
The comedian and musician signs his name in blue ink to a fan, adding a drawing of himself above
Inscribed original art signed: "To Tom/Mike Harding", in blue ink, 4x5½. He has drawn an image of himself above his signature. Mike Harding (b. 1944) has had many careers and interests in his life, but is best known for his music and his comedy, first beginning in the 1960's when he was performing folk music and would tell short, humorous anecdotes between songs. The stories soon became the highlight of his performances, and Harding released his first album, A Lancshire Lad, in 1972. He then released his song "The Rochdale Cowboy", which became a popular single in the UK. Harding also found success in his own comedic stand-up routines and composing, composing the themes for DangerMouse, Count Duckula, and The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship. He has written several humorous books in the passing years, and has also become a presence in radio broadcasting, launching his own internet radio show in 2013. Corners lightly worn. Light surface creases. Fine condition.
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