PAT BOONE - PROGRAM SIGNED CIRCA 1987 - HFSID 74360
Sale Price $108.00
Pat Boone signs a printed program for the Community Concert Association of Columbia Artists New York appearance.
Program signed: "Pat Boone", 8p, 6x9. Printed program for the Community Concert Association of Columbia Artists New York appearance, Season 1986-1987, showing a photo of him (b/w, 2½x3) on the cover. Singer and actor Boone was an immensely popular recording star in the late 1950s who scored 38 Top 40 hits. His biggest hits included "Don't Forbid Me", "April Love" and "Love Letters in the Sand" (all from 1957). He hosted a TV show (1957-1960) and appeared in 15 feature films, including Bernadine and April Love (1957). His smooth style and clean cut good looks appealed not just to many teens, but to parents appalled by Elvis Presley and the rebellious side of rock 'n roll. Most of his later successes came in Christian music, but his album No More Mr. Nice Guy, a tongue in cheek cover of heavy metal hits, angered many of his religious fans who failed to get the joke. Pat is the father of singer Debby Boone. Fine condition.
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