Two checks from Johnny Cash. One unused check from the joint account of Johnny and June Carter Cash, from their Jamaican residence. A second check signed “Johnny Cash”, but not in his hand, for $300 cash, dated 1967.
Gospel greats, the Blackwood Brothers early career song booklet with a page of handwritten lyrics. Both pieces were acquired in Chance Martin’s possessions. Chance was Johnny Cash’s longtime manager and confidant.
A signed publishing contract for “Cryin’, Prayin’, Waitin’, Hopin’. Signed by the legendary RCA Recording Artist, Hank Snow, who was instrumental in the discovery of Elvis Presley. Hank Snow as well sold 80 million records on the RCA label.
Brief Description: An original sign from Nashville’s Broken Spoke Saloon, which was founded in 1971. The saloon famous for hosting songwriters nights, was where Tim McGraw and the Dance Hall Doctors were the house band before Tim became a household name. Daryle Singletary was discovered at the Broken Spoke by Capital Records label executive Rob Henden. Stephen M. Shutts, President of Rockology Auctions recalls hanging out at the Broken Spoke with prolific songwriter Whitey Shafer, who penned numerous songs recorded by George Strait (All My Ex’s Live In Texas), George Jones, Lefty Frizzell and Keith Whitley to name a few. Excellent condition.