Julien’s Auctions & MusiCares add additional items to Grammy Week charity auction
All proceeds go to MusiCares, the leading music charity
Julien’s Auctions announced that more branded items have been added to the line-up of celebrity instruments, memorabilia, wardrobe, artwork and more, which will be sold at the auction. MusiCares Relief which will take place live in Beverly Hills and online at juliensauctions.com on Sunday, January 30, 2022..
This official GRAMMY week event precedes the 64th annual GRAMMY Awards broadcast. Proceeds will be donated to MusiCares, the music industry’s leading charity, which provides the music community with a support system of health and human services covering a range of needs including physical and mental health, recovery from substance abuse, unforeseen personal emergencies and disaster relief.
A signed Keith Richards Ebony Gibson ES-335 heads for the auction, which features a unique four-second video authenticating his signature taken at Germano Studios. The Gibson ES-335 is the cornerstone of the Gibson ES range. Since its inaugural appearance in 1958, the Gibson ES-335 has set an unmatched standard. With impeccable sounds across its wide tonal palette, the ES-335 can be found in the hands of jazz, blues and rock players around the world. Gift of Gibson Gives with an estimate of $ 6,000 to $ 8,000.
Another highlight of the auction will be that of another music legend from the most important group in rock history: Paul McCartney. The Beatles legend offers this B-Bass Hi Series bass guitar for violin by Sunburst Hofner (estimate: $ 4000 – $ 6000). McCartney was instrumental in making the Hofner bass guitar famous in the 1960s, as it was one of his main bass guitars that he played with the Beatles, most notably during the Apple Rooftop concert and the recording sessions of the Let It Be album.
BTS who kicked off the initiative with the auction listing of their bespoke sets (estimate: $ 30,000- $ 50,000), worn in their unforgettable performance of their hit song “Dynamite” filmed from Seoul, Korea. Sud, during the 63rd annual GRAMMY Awards, which aired on March 14, 2021, will also be auctioning a 56 Les Paul Pro ebony electric guitar from the Epiphone brand signed by the members of the group RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope , Jimin and V on the body, and Jung Kook on the pickguard (estimate: $ 4,000 – $ 6,000) (pictured left). Another previously announced BTS item is a group of three unique rings worn by j-hope (estimate: $ 2,000 – $ 4,000).
The work of 2022 MusiCares personality of the year Joni Mitchell will also be featured in the auction along with his offer of the artist proof of his original oil painting of music icon Jimi Hendrix ( estimate: $ 2,000 – $ 4,000) (photo on the left). This artist proof will be signed and framed by Joni Mitchell. “I have always considered myself a painter derailed by circumstances,” she said in 2000. “I sing my pain and I paint my joy.”
Other highlights include Bono’s handwritten lyrics on U2’s new song “Your Song Saved My Life” from upcoming. Sing 2 animated film to be released in December starring Scarlett Johansson, Bono, Reese Witherspoon and others ($ 4,000 – $ 6,000).
Two original limited edition works of art by Gene Simmons: Immortal, a 30 x 22 inch hand drawn red, silver and black silkscreen print signed and numbered AP 3/50 framed ($ 1,000 – $ 2,000) and Skull Candy, a 21×35 inch mixed media multiple silkscreen and giclee print of a skull hanging in a shadow box frame signed and numbered AP 3/35 framed ($ 1,000 – $ 2,000).
A classy white Gibson brand ES-355 Bigsby VOS electro-acoustic guitar, gifted by Gibson Gives and signed by Tom Petty when he was honored as MusiCares Person of the Year in 2017. Petty performed on a certain number of Gibson brand guitars and bass instruments. his career, including electro-acoustic models like the ES 355. The guitar is accompanied by a Tom Petty and the Wildflowers 9 LP DTC Ultra Deluxe box set with a unique and handmade necklace by Maria Sarno, a book by lyrics with illustrations by Blaze Brooks (exclusive for the set), a lithograph of a photo by Tom Petty, a 7 “from” You Don’t Know How It Feels “, tour schedule, stickers and more (photo below) Only 500 boxes have been published ($ 6,000 – $ 8,000).
A golden Gibson ES-335 electric acoustic guitar signed by Harry Styles with the inscription “All my Love” and a heart symbol, “Watermelon Sugar” (2019, 2020) 7 “in pink color single recorded” All my love to you Treat people with kindness âsigned by Styles and tri-color Polaroid-type photographs from the photoshoot for the song clip ($ 3,000 – $ 5,000).
A knee-length black leather coat signed by Ozzy Osbourne four times in white marker on the back of the inside of the jacket ($ 1,000 – $ 2,000).
Gucci red leather bomber jacket belonging to Scott Weiland and worn
Chris Stapleton’s handwritten lyrics of “Broken Halos” inscribed on a polar white Fender Player Telecaster guitar ($ 2,000 – $ 4,000). Chris Stapleton’s handwritten lyrics of “Broken Halos” written on a polar white Fender Player Telecaster guitar.
A special item donated by the Chris Cornell Estate.
The Star-Spangled Pieces join a dazzling array of unique items previously announced and offered at this exclusive charity auction by music legends including Dave Gahan, Depeche Mode, deadmau5, Demi Lovato, Dolly Parton, James Hetfield, Jason Aldean , Jeff Beck, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Lionel Richie, Machine Gun Kelly, Slash, Scott Weiland, Tim McGraw and more. One lucky music fan will also have a chance to win at the 64th GRAMMY Awards The Ultimate Broadcasting Experience auction, which features two platinum-level seats for broadcast on Monday, January 31, 2022 at Staples Center in Los Angeles. (estimate: $ 10,000 – $ 20,000).
The auction will begin to close in real time and in lot order for live auctions at 10:00 a.m. PT on January 30, 2022.