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WAYNE NEWTON - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 265506

WAYNE NEWTON Black and white publicity photograph of a very young Wayne Newton wearing a tuxedo Photograph signed: "Many Blessings/Wayne/Newton". B/w, 8x10. Captioned in lower margin. Wayne Newton (born 1942) began performing at an early age - mastering the piano, guitar and steel guitar at age 6.

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WAYNE NEWTON
Black and white publicity photograph of a very young Wayne Newton wearing a tuxedo
Photograph signed: "Many Blessings/Wayne/Newton". B/w, 8x10. Captioned in lower margin. Wayne Newton (born 1942) began performing at an early age - mastering the piano, guitar and steel guitar at age 6. Appearing with his older brother at local clubs and fairs, they were on The Grand Ole Opry roadshows and auditioned for the Ted Mack's Original Amateur Hour. Moving to the Phoenix area in 1952, it took until 1958 for a Las Vegas booking agent to pick-up on them, signing them for two weeks that turned into five years. In 1962 the Newton brothers appeared on The Jackie Gleason Show - where Wayne would appear twelve times in two years - giving him the exposure needed to get headline act contracts. A hugely successful Las Vegas nightclub entertainer, Newton earned the nickname "Mr. Las Vegas" - performing over 30,000 solo-shows over a 40 year period. He was a moderately successful pop singer ("Danke Schoen", 1963; "Red Roses For a Blue Lady", 1965) and appears in occasional films, often in good-natured self-parodies like Vegas Vacation (1997). Fine condition.

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