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Shaun Cassidy U.S. Tour Jacket 1970’s Collegiate style

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Winning Bid: $35.00

Winning Bid: $35.00

Auction ends: January 13, 2018 11:55 PM
Timezone: America/Los_Angeles

Total price with Buyers Premium: $42.00

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From Legendary Concert Promoter  Richard “Dick” Klotzman’s  Private Estate, presented here is a vintage late 1970’s  Shaun Cassidy U.S. tour concert jacket. Shaun’s first American release of his album in 1977 which netted him a number-one U.S. single with “Da Doo Ron Ron” . Shaun set up his first concert tour across the USA. Dick Klotzman was his exclusive tour promoter. This college styled bright gold and purple tour jacket has “Shaun Cassidy U.S. tour ” on the back of the jacket. The lettering is custom designed in bright gold scripted design. The front of the jersey has “Dick” in gold lettering on the right side of the jacket. The left size of the jacket has “T.P.J.” in gold lettering. A Manhattan Skyline ltd label is sewn inside the collar. The Jacket measures 26″ in length, 19″ across, and the sleeve is 28″.  This is a very nicely designed tour jacket with bright colors.

Richard “Dick” Klotzman dominated the World of Live Personal Appearances for 50 years promoting and producing concerts for the greatest artists In Entertainment History.  His client list included The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Madonna, Prince, Michael Jackson , Led Zeppelin, Public Enemy among the many other clients too long to list in this summary.  No one has had a greater impact on the development of contemporary music concert planning and promotion throughout North America than Dick Klotzman.

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