East 17

East 17

Reference number:

10710
£98.00

Description:

An original 1995 "Letting Off Steam" tour programme, signed in black markers on an inside page by all four group members ; Terry Coldwell / John Hendy / Brian Harvey and Tony Mortimer.

 

Certification:

One of a lovely collection of 1990s signed programmes obtained by RE who worked in production at the Glasgow SECC during the decade. There is a typed copy of a letter from him further detailing the general history. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

30x30cm Sized Programme (20 pages)

Condition:

Good. View Images

East 17

Reference number:

8556
£98.00

Description:

An original 1994 autograph book page, clearly signed in ballpoints by all four group members ; Terry Coldwell / John Hendy / Brian Harvey and Tony Mortimer.

Suitable for mounting and display.

Three members of Steeleye Span on the reverse of this page.

Certification:

One of a huge collection of 1980-90s autographs obtained by Jason a security guard during this period at The Brighton Centre. East 17 filmed their live concert at this venue in 1994, so we can assume this to be the actual signing date for these autographs. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

Size:

15x10cm Sized Autograph Book Page.

Condition:

Good. View Image.

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About East 17

East 17

EAST 17. English boyband first active between 1991-97. They achieved 18 Top 20 singles and four Top 10 albums and were one of the UK's most popular boy bands during the early to mid-1990s, aided by strong tabloid interest in their 'bad boy' image compared to the 'clean cut' image of rivals Take That. Their style was unique for the time, occasionally blending rap and pop in songs. Best known singles include ; House of Love / Deep / Its Alright / Around the World / Steam / Let it Rain / Thunder / Do You Still / If You Ever / Hey Child / Each Time and their Christmas No1 "Stay Another Day". In January 1997, Brian Harvey was engulfed in a drug-related controversy when he claimed that he had taken Ecstasy pills on a night out, stating in the press that "It's cool to take drugs" and claiming that Ecstasy "can make you a better person". This act went against the group's "boy band" image and there was a huge media uproar. With the group's career and reputation tarnished by the affair, Harvey was swiftly sacked and Mortimer decided to leave several months later, due to creative differences between himself and the rest of the group. The band's split in 1997 has been described as "one of the greatest break-ups in pop history". As of April 2012, East 17 had sold 18 million records worldwide.

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