John Deacon Autograph photo Queen bassist 8×10″

Authentic John Deacon Autograph photo Queen bassist 8×10″. Signed in black marker reading: To Rowland, John Deacon, 2002. Photo has some light marks, please see video for close ups.

 

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£350.00

Authentic John Deacon Autograph photo Queen bassist 8×10″. Signed in black marker reading: To Rowland, John Deacon, 2002. Photo has some light marks, please see video for close ups.

 

** Logo does NOT appear on item **

 

Comes with Certificate of Authenticity.

 

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John Deacon Autograph photo Queen bassist 8×10″

Authentic John Deacon Autograph photo Queen bassist 8×10″. Signed in black marker reading: To Rowland, John Deacon, 2002. Photo has some light marks, please see video for close ups.

 

 

This is a rare and highly sought-after item for any Queen fan or collector. This 8×10 inch photo of John Deacon, the legendary bassist of Queen, has been personally signed by him. The photo captures Deacon in his prime, the iconic bass guitarist and signature smile. This is a must-have for any true Queen fan and a piece of music history that will only increase in value over time. Features: – 8×10 inch photo – Personally signed by John Deacon – Comes with a certificate of authenticity – High-quality photo. A rare and highly sought-after item for any Queen fan or collector – A piece of music history that will only increase in value over time – Comes with a certificate of authenticity to ensure its authenticity and value – Perfect for display in a home, office, or music room.

 

 

Genuine John Deacon signed promo photo

John Richard Deacon (born 19 August 1951) is an English retired musician. Best known for being the bassist for the rock band Queen. He composed several songs for the group, including Top 10 hits “You’re My Best Friend”. “Another One Bites the Dust”, and “I Want to Break Free”. Co-wrote “Under Pressure”, “Friends Will Be Friends” and “One Vision”. And involved in the band’s financial management.

Deacon grew up in Oadby, Leicestershire, playing bass in a local band; The Opposition, before moving to study electronics at Chelsea signed memorabilia College, London. He joined Queen in 1971 on the strength of his musical and electronic skills, particularly the home-made Deacy Amp which guitarist Brian May used to create guitar orchestras throughout Queen’s career. From the third album, Sheer Heart Attack, onwards, he wrote at least one song per album, several of which became hits. As well as bass, John Deacon autographs played some guitar, keyboards and piano on Queen’s studio work.

 

Queen bassist John Deacon signed photo

After the death of lead singer Freddie Mercury autographs in 1991 and the following year’s Tribute Concert, Deacon performed only sporadically with the remaining members of Queen before retiring from the music industry in 1997 after recording “No-One but You (Only the Good Die Young)”. Also, He has not performed on any of the other projects that the two remaining members, Brian May and Roger Taylor, have put together.

 

John Deacon Autograph Queen

Deacon, often described as the “quiet” member of the band. Although the rest of the band felt he was the right bassist for them. He barely spoke in rehearsals and avoided arguments. He lives in Putney in Southwest London with his wife Veronica Tetzlaff. Nevertheless, whom he married on 18 January 1975, and is the father of six children. Additionally, One of the reasons for Queen Autographs splitting from Trident; their original management company, is that it refused to lend Deacon money to put a deposit on a house.

According to the 2019 Sunday Times Rich List, Deacon was worth £130 million.

 

 

Video of product can be viewed here: https://youtube.com/shorts/zOQaqxGdT6k

 

 

 

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