Free signed Heartbreaker Vinyl Paul Rodgers Simon Kirke

Authentic Free signed Heartbreaker Vinyl Paul Rodgers Simon Kirke. Rear vinyl cover signed by Paul Rodgers and Simon Kirke in blue ballpoint pen. Vinyl is included.

 

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£350.00

Authentic Free signed Heartbreaker Vinyl Paul Rodgers Simon Kirke. Rear vinyl cover signed by Paul Rodgers and Simon Kirke in blue ballpoint pen. Vinyl is included.

 

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Comes with Certificate of Authenticity.

 

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Free signed Heartbreaker Vinyl Paul Rodgers Simon Kirke

Authentic Free signed Heartbreaker Vinyl Paul Rodgers Simon Kirke. Rear vinyl cover signed by Paul Rodgers and Simon Kirke in blue ballpoint pen. Vinyl is included.

 

 

The British rock band Free, formed in London in 1968 and went on to achieve worldwide success in the early 1970s before disbanding in 1973. Known for their blues-based hard rock sound and gritty vocals, Free crafted a number of hit songs including “All Right Now”, “Fire and Water”, and “Wishing Well”. The original line-up consisted of vocalist Paul Rodgers, guitarist Paul Kossoff. Bassist Andy Fraser, and drummer Simon Kirke. Explore the story of the band Free and the desirability of their autographs for music collectors and fans.

 

Genuine Autographs of Free

During their active years, Free revered for their raw, passionate live performances and skilful improvisational jamming. Their fame peaked with their 1970 hit single “All Right Now”. Which received heavy play on progressive rock radio and still remains a staple on classic rock stations today. The song’s simple, anthemic quality along with Rodgers’ powerful vocals made it an instant classic. Free influenced later blues-inspired bands like Bad Company and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Paul Rodgers’ unique voice was integral to Free’s sound and he would go on to front Bad Company and The Firm later in his career. Heartbreaker Free signed album.

 

Paul Rodgers signed Free album

Meanwhile, guitarist Paul Kossoff praised for his emotive, bluesy soloing that was a highlight of Free Autographs live shows. Tragically, Kossoff died in 1976 at the young age of 25 due to heart failure. Likely caused by his drug use and health issues. Nonetheless, he is regarded today as one of the most soulful guitarists of his era and Free’s records continue to attract listeners. Following the band’s breakup, Andy Fraser formed the short-lived Sharks in the mid-70s while Simon Kirke would find success drumming for Bad Company.

 

Signed Free heartbreaker vinyl

During their brief career, Free gained a loyal following in England and abroad. Though they had more limited commercial success in the United States. Their gritty brand of blues rock paved the way for later bands like Led Zeppelin autographs. Today, vintage Free concert posters and t-shirts, sought after by collectors of classic rock memorabilia. However, some of the most desirable Free items for serious collectors are autographs of the original band members, especially those of late guitarist Paul Kossoff and vocalist Paul Rodgers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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First Class Memorabilia offers a range of authentic autographs, including those of Music memorabilia. Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity (CoA) to verify their legitimacy. A COA is a document that attests to the genuineness of an autograph, providing assurance to the buyer. While some sources caution about the reliability of COAs, First Class Memorabilia’s commitment to providing genuine autographs with COAs enhances the value and trustworthiness of their products. Customers can be confident in the authenticity of the autographs they purchase. Additionally, each come with a COA, ensuring they are investing in legitimate and high-quality memorabilia. Also, each item comes with Lifetime Money Back Guarantee.