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1980 Rolling Stones Pinball Machine Used by The Stones Back Stage In Dressing Room-Provenance Stones Show PromoterGo Back
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1980 Rolling Stones Pinball Machine Used by The Stones Back Stage In Dressing Room-Provenance Stones Show Promoter
Their is no other band that holds such Iconic esteem in the music industry like the Rolling Stones. Their career has spanned acrossed decades, generations and genres. For the rock-n-roll collector the unique is always most facisinating and titillating.
Offered is the 1980 Rolling Stones Pinball machine that they played in their dressing room during the Steel Wheels Tour. The Steel Wheels Tour was a concert which was launched in August 1989 to promote the bands Steel Wheels album.
The pinball machine was purchased by the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame Promoter Rich Engler during the 80’s. During the Steel Wheels Tour in Pittsburgh, the promotor hauled the Pinball Machine back stage placing it in the Rolling Stones Dressing Room.
Wow! The 80’s Stones Pinball Machine was a hit with the Rolling Stones and they loved it. They all played it backstage. Mick Jagger, Kieth Richards, Ronnie Wood, Bill Wyman, Charile Watts all had their turn playing the machine. It was such a hit that Jagger wanted to buy it from the Pittsburgh Promotor, but of course, he respectfully declined. It has been a keepsake for all these years until its availibility today. Hey Mick, Get ready to bid!
It was such a popular story that Pittsburgh’s own KDKA TV show did a story on it. You can view the video and it appears towards the end of the clip. COA A letter from the Promoter Rich Engle and the 100% Authentic Team
Manufacturer: Bally Manufacturing Corporation (1931-1983) [Trade Name: Bally]
Project Date: June 12, 1979
Date Of Manufacture: May, 1980
Designed by Jim Patla; artwork by Greg Freres.
The back glass depicting the band, with lead vocalist Mick Jagger to the centre. Cabinet and back glass serial number. In full working order.
52 in. (132 cm.) in length; 53 5/8 in. in length including plunger; 22 in. (56 cm.) wide at front of game; 30 5/8 in. (78 cm.) wide at rear of game and back glass; 71 5/8 in. (182 cm.) high from floor to top of back box (with 2 in. (5 cm.) variation with leg levellers; 37 5/8 in. (95.5 cm.) high from floor to top of cabinet at front
|Dimensions||15 × 5 × 20 in|