David Bowie – 1983 Signed Photograph, With Roger Epperson Authentication, 3 COAs
A classic 5″ x 7″ black and white photograph of David Bowie, signed during the year of his peak popularity ‘Bowie 83.’ This has been authenticated by music autograph expert, whose signed letter of authenticity is included.
As noted in a second letter of authenticity, ‘My late wife Gloria Johnson was music director at KGON FM radio in Portland Oregon from 1976 thru 1984. She received this autographed black and white picture of David Bowie [signed] Bowie 83 from a national RCA promotion person. It has been in her files since leaving the station. Some of her estate collectibles [including this] will be sold to fund a yearly under graduate scholarship for Women in Broadcasting thru the Oregon Music Hall of Fame. Gloria was inducted in Sept 2021.’
In Mint condition, with Recordmecca’s written lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
From Wikipedia: Bowie reached his peak of popularity and commercial success in 1983 with Let’s Dance. Co-produced by Chic’s Nile Rodgers, the album went platinum in both the UK and the US. Its three singles became Top 20 hits in both countries, where its title track reached number one. “Modern Love” and “China Girl” each made number two in the UK, accompanied by a pair of “absorbing” promotional videos that biographer David Buckley said “activated key archetypes in the pop world…Stevie Ray Vaughan was a guest guitarist playing solo on “Let’s Dance”, although the video depicts Bowie miming this part. By 1983, Bowie had emerged as one of the most important video artists of the day. Let’s Dance was followed by the Serious Moonlight Tour [which lasted] six months and was extremely popular. At the 1984 MTV Video Music Awards Bowie received two awards including the inaugural Video Vanguard Award.
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