PAUL ANKA - MAGAZINE PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED 1987 - HFSID 343752
Sale Price $108.00
Signed magazine photo of the matured pop-singing heartthrob in black felt tip
Magazine photograph signed: "Always/Paul Anka". Color, 11½x14. Captioned in lower margin. Paul Anka(b. 1941), born in Ottawa, Canada, was a successful teenage heartthrob of the late '50s and early '60s. His ode to a former girlfriend, "Diana" was recorded when Anka was 16 years old. The single hit number one on both sides of the Atlantic in 1957, eventually selling a reported ten million copies worldwide. He was a successful songwriter, music businessman and recording artist well into the 1990s. As the teen idol craze began to cool off in the early '60s, he bought the rights to his old masters, and made a fortune on reissues alone. He also diversified his career by appearing in several movie roles and moved toward a nightclub background. He was one of the first pop singers to do shows in Las Vegas. 2 holes punched through left margin from binding. Fine condition.
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