ROD STEWART - CONTRACT MULTI-SIGNED CIRCA 1983 CO-SIGNED BY: EDWIN SHIRLEY - HFSID 202488
ROD STEWART Rod Stewart signed this contract with Edwin Shirley Trucking Ltd. to transport equipment for a 1983 concert. Contract signed "Rod Stewart" and initialed "RS" eight times in black ink and "Edwin A. Shirley" and initialed "EAS" eight times in blue ink. With blue ink notations in unknown hand.
Sale Price $510.00
Rod Stewart signed this contract with Edwin Shirley Trucking Ltd. to transport equipment for a 1983 concert.
Contract signed "Rod Stewart" and initialed "RS" eight times in black ink and "Edwin A. Shirley" and initialed "EAS" eight times in blue ink. With blue ink notations in unknown hand. 9 pages, 8¼x11½. No place, no date but 1983. Contract between Stewart and Edwin Shirley Trucking Ltd., in part: "...Edwin Shirley Trucking agrees to provide the equipment, personnel and facilities...in connection with the concert performing tour of the group professionally known as Rod Stewart for the period beginning 3 June 1983 and ending 19 July 1983." Stewart, born Roderick David Stewart in London, Great Britain in 1945, was once rock & roll's best interpretive singer, as well as an accomplished songwriter, creating a raw combination of folk, rock, blues and country that sounded like no other folk-rock or country-rock. In 1971 his third solo album, Every Picture Tells a Story, made Stewart a household name, reaching number one in both the U.S. and Britain. Supported by the number one single Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?, Blondes Have More Fun (1978) became Stewart's first number one album since Every Picture Tells a Story, selling over four million copies. By this time, he was notorious for his jet-set lifestyle, particularly the series of actresses and models he dated. This contract has been photocopied from a book or folder then used as an original. The signatures are all originals. Lightly toned and creased. Ink notations touch signature. Two binder holes at left edge. Reproduced tractor feed holes on five pages. Photocopy marks. Two punch holes at left blank margin. Otherwise in fine condition.
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