Pantera Musician-Used Lot – Jewelry, Bed Sheets, etc. – COA Provenance PapersGo Back
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The band was originally named Gemini, then to Eternity, before finally settling on to Pantera and consisted of Vinnie Paul Abbott on drums, Dimebag Darrell Abbott (called Diamond Darrell at the time) on lead guitar, and Terry Glaze on rhythm guitar; the line-up was completed with two more unofficial members, lead vocalist Donnie Hart and bassist Tommy D. Bradford. In 1982, Hart left the band and Glaze became the group’s lead vocalist. Later, Glaze stopped playing rhythm guitar, leaving Darrell as the sole guitarist, doing both lead and rhythm duties. Later that year, Bradford also departed and was replaced by Rex Brown (then known as Rex Rocker) on bass. Pantera became an underground favorite, though its regional tours in this era never took them beyond Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana. The band began supporting fellow heavy metal/glam metal acts such as Stryper, Dokken, and Quiet Riot. Pantera released their first studio album, Metal Magic, in 1983. Metal Magic was released on the band’s record label of the same name and produced by the Abbott brothers’ father, Jerry Abbott (referred to as “The Eldn”), at Pantego Studios.
Presented is a collection of Pantera related items they were collected by a roadie who was on the tour bus with them as they traveled through Las Vegas. These items belonged to Vinnie Paul. He was the drummer and co-founder of the band Pantera. Paul died in 2018.
Here are Vinnie Paul’s Harley Davidson bed sheets and pillow cases from the tour bus. The stories they have we don’t know. Also included are two of his chain style necklaces and a large drum banner that belonged to him. Additional provenance ephemera including a Revolver magazine featuring the band on the cover is also included.
Authentication: Provenance Papers.