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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