SHENANDOAH - INSCRIBED PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK CO-SIGNED BY: SHENANDOAH (JIM SEALES), SHENANDOAH (MARTY RAYBON), SHENANDOAH (RALPH EZELL), SHENANDOAH (STAN THORN), SHENANDOAH (MIKE MCGUIRE) - HFSID 206496
Sale Price $180.00
SHENANDOAH: JIM SEALES, RALPH EZELL, STAN THORN, MARTY RAYBON and MIKE McGUIRE
All five sign this black and white photo that has been inscribed to a fan
Inscribed Printed Photograph signed in Ink: "To Tomi,/ God Bless -/ Jimmy Seales", "Ralph [16th note]", "Stan Thorn", "Marty Raybon" and "Mike/McGuire". B/w, 8x10 overall, image 7x8 (one surface). RCA Records publicity photograph by Frank Ockenfels. Captioned at lower margin. Country band Shenandoah had signed with RCA in 1992, after a legal battle over the group's name that resulted in their being dropped by their CBS label. In April of that year, they would have a No. 2 hit with "Rock My Baby", and would release their fourth and fifth albums, Long Time Comin' (1992) and Under the Kudzu (1993), on the RCA label before signing with Liberty/Capitol in late 1994. Initially formed in 1985 as a house band in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Shenandoah is composed of Marty Raybon (vocalist), Jim Seales (guitar), Stan Thorn (keyboards), Ralph Ezell (bass) and Mike McGuire (drums). The group released its first album, the self-titled Shenandoah in 1987, and followed up the next year by Road Not Taken, a traditional country album that was their most successful, producing six singles that reached the Country Top 10 (including No. 1 hit, "The Church on Cumberland Road"). Their third album, Extra Mile (1990), included the group's biggest single, "Next to You, Next to Me", which topped the country charts for three weeks. The group's other Top 10 hits include "Sunday in the South", "Two Dozen Roses", "Ghost in This House", "I Got You" and "The Moon Over Georgia", and subsequent albums include In the Vicinity of the Heart (1995), Now and Then (1996) and 2000 (2000). Slightly creased at blank corners. Minor stains (not evident head-on) at lower margin. Otherwise, fine condition.
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