Whole lotta Zappa

Lotta Zappa

As administrator of a website that receives a lot of traffic from fellow Frank Zappa fans, I feel it is my duty to pass along some information about a special auction that just started.

Here’s some recycled words from a press release:

For all of the Zappa webmasters, fanatical fans and serious collectors, we’d like to share some exciting news that you and the visitors on your site might be interested in.

Backstage Auctions will be hosting its 2009 Holiday auction in December, which in addition to a large host of great Rock & Roll memorabilia, will include well over 300 Frank Zappa lots, containing record awards, signed items, vintage concert posters, unique vinyl releases, original artwork, rare photos, promotional items, scripts, books, magazines and many other incredible collectibles.

This amazing offering comes directly from the private collection of consigners such as Dave McMacken and Cal Schenkel (Zappa album cover artists), Essra Mohawk (who sang with Frank in 1966), Jim Pons (bass player of the MOI 1970 – 1971) and Fred Woods (author and recognized Zappa expert).

The auction preview starts on November 29, whereas the actual (on-line) auction goes LIVE on Sunday December 6 and will run for one week (it ends on Sunday December 13, 2009). This historical auction will take place online at: www.backstageauctions.com

We have attached a file that gives you just a small sample of the Zappa items. Feel free to share this email with other Zappa enthusiasts!

It is not every day that a collection of this nature becomes available and with your help, we hope that we can share this exciting news with the Zappa community around the globe.

For more information on the auction, please check out our Auction Page on our site. If you have any questions, please let us know. Otherwise, we look forward to seeing you in December!

Kind regards,

Alexandra
Promotions & Marketing
Backstage Auctions, Inc.

Backstage Auctions, Inc.
“Where ROCK legends live on…”
www.backstageauctions.com

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