Jerry Lee Lewis/Don Arden Documents

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  • A collection of documents relating to two performances by rock and roller Jerry Lee Lewis in Bristol in 1962 

Jerry Lee Lewis (born 1935) was one of the biggest rock and roll stars of his era, with hits including Great Balls of Fire and Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On.  

A collection of documents relating to two performances by Jerry Lee Lewis’ (1935- ) at Colston Hall in Bristol, UK on May 8, 1962.

It includes correspondence between promoter Don Arden (1926-2007) and F. K. Cowley, the entertainments manager at Colston Hall.

There's also a 12.5 x 8 inch Performance Statement which gives details of expenditure and income and two Performance Return forms which give details of how many tickets were sold for each performance. 

Also included is a flyer (5.7” x 9 inch) advertising the concert with a booking form attached and a publicity copy of a letter from Arden to Hastings Printing Co. stating the quantities of promotional materials needed. 

Don Arden, father of Ozzy Osbourne’s wife Sharon, worked as a music manager and agent and famously managed Small Faces, Electric Light Orchestra and Black Sabbath.

This is a fantastic collection of memorabilia from the early career of one of the most influential music moguls of the 20th century. 

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