THE LANCERS - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: CHARLIE APPLEWHITE, THE LANCERS (JERRY MEACHAM), THE LANCERS (DICK BURR), THE LANCERS (BOB PORTER), THE LANCERS (CORKY LINDGREN), THE SUNNYSIDERS (MARGIE RAYBURN) - HFSID 26835
Sale Price $324.00
THE LANCERS, MARGIE RAYBURN, CHARLIE APPLEWHITE
Handwritten, signed notes to radio personality George Sanders from musical group The Lancers (signed by each member), vocalist Margie Rayburn, and crooner Charlie Applewhite. Extremely rare!
Autograph note signed: "To George -/Thanks for letting/us spend such a pleasant/afternoon with you! Good/luck and best wishes always/The Lancers/Jerry (the Arkansas traveler)", "Dick (the poor man's Roddy McDowall)", "Bob (to be announced)", "Corky (Ol' Man Mose is old?)", "To George + Helen/Thanks for a very/pleasant few hours with some real/nice people. - Thanks loads for your/help George -./I know I speak for Norm too -/Your children are so sweet -/Sincerely/Margie Rayburn", "To George/A very wonderful/person. Loved the/little talk/Yours always/Charlie/Applewhite", 8x10. The Lancers were a musical quartet of the 1950's, consisting of Jerry Meacham, Dick Burr, Bob Porter, and Corky Lindgren. They had a hit in 1953 with "Sweet Mama Tree Top Tall", followed by another minor hit with "Open Up Your Heart". MARGIE RAYBURN (1924-2000) was an American vocalist, best known as a member of the musical group The Sunnysiders, who had a Top 40 US hit with the single "Hey! Mr. Banjo". Also a solo artist, Rayburn had a Top 10 hit with "I'm Available" in 1957. CHARLIE APPLEWHITE (1932-2001) was a 1950's crooner, noted for his baritone voice that earned him the title "The Little Man with a Big Voice". Hoping to capitalize off the success of singers like Frank Sinatra, Applewhite sang soulful love tunes, having hits with songs like "I Could Have Danced All Night", "Ebb Tide", and "I Love Paris". However, his popularity quickly died out with the rise of rock n' roll, which Applewhite later attributed to the end of his career and his forced retirement from show business. George R. Sanders, originally a disc jockey, became a prominent radio/TV interview host, first in Los Angeles and later in Portland. Left edge torn and frayed from binding. Toned, esp. heavy on outer margins. Corners lightly worn. Light surface creases. Unsigned newspaper clippings and photographs affixed. Ink notes (unknown hand). Otherwise, fine condition.
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