TOMMY ROE - INSCRIBED SIGNATURE CO-SIGNED BY: BRIAN HYLAND - HFSID 88841
TOMMY ROE and BRIAN HYLAND Yellow album leaf signed "with love" by hit singer/songwriter Tommy Roe and Itsy Bitsy star Brian Hyland Inscribed signatures: "To Louie/with love/Tommy/Roe" and "To Louie/Love/Brian Hyland", both in blue ink. 5¾x3¾.
Sale Price $144.00
TOMMY ROE and BRIAN HYLAND
Yellow album leaf signed "with love" by hit singer/songwriter Tommy Roe and Itsy Bitsy star Brian Hyland
Inscribed signatures: "To Louie/with love/Tommy/Roe" and "To Louie/Love/Brian Hyland", both in blue ink. 5¾x3¾. Singer/songwriter ROE, born Thomas David Roe in Atlanta, Georgia in 1942, began his career in 1961 and had a number of hits, including Dizzy (No. 1 for four weeks), Sheila (his first No. 1 hit), Sweet Pea, Hooray for Hazel and Everybody. His records have sold over 60 million copies, and Roe continues to be a popular international tour attraction. Lightly soiled. Light show-through from handwriting on verso, which touches signature. Binding remnants from album on right edge. Otherwise in fine condition. HYLAND, born in Woodhaven, New York in 1943, scored two big pop music hits in the early 1960s: the novelty Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini (which reached #1) and Sealed with a Kiss, now an oldies standard. (In the 1961 cold war spoof, Billy Wilder's One, Two, Three, the East German secret police torture Horst Buchholz by playing Itsy Bitsy over and over at a faster speed until he confesses to being an American spy.) Although Hyland's smooth pop style lost favor with the arrival of the "British invasion", he scored another big hit, Gypsy Woman (1970). Clark was featured on Dick Clark's American Bandstand and the Cavalcade of Stars tour, and still performs with other Dick Clark regulars in Branson, Missouri. Hyland was performing in Dallas and watched President Kennedy's ill-fated motorcade drive past. He wrote and later recorded a song about the tragedy, Mail Order Gun. Holes from album binding along one edge. Otherwise in fine condition.
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