CARL PERKINS Autographed Signed PHOTOGRAPH Rock and Roll For Sale

CARL PERKINS Autographed Signed PHOTOGRAPH Rock and Roll


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CARL PERKINS Autographed Signed PHOTOGRAPH Rock and Roll:
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CARL PERKINS Signed PhotographInscribed "Love / Carl Perkins / 93" on a 8" X 10" black & white photograph in black ink. #002817
Carl Perkins was born April 9, 1932 in Lake County, Tennessee. His recordings for Sun Records, along with Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley, stand as some of the most influential music ever recorded. "Blue Suede Shoes" released in 1956, was the first record to simultaneously top the country, pop, and R & B charts. Later, his brand of rockabilly music inspired a new generation of musicians including the Beatles, who recorded many of his songs including "Matchbox" and "Honey Don't". He received a Grammy Award for the 1986 album "Class of '55" recorded with Cash, Lewis, and Roy Orbison. That same year he received a Career Achievement Award from the Academy of Country Music. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987. Minor wear at top and bottom edge area of dust jacket, otherwise in fine condition.If you elect to send this autographed item to one of 's approved authenticators and are not satisfied with the results, the item can be returned within 30 days of purchase for a full refund to include return postage in the amount of the initial postage. This is one of the Best guarantees anywhere!
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