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Elton Among ''Music Icons'' to be Represented in Auction

Written by Chief Editor.

Julien’s Auctions has announced the lineup of Music Icons to take place on Saturday, May 18, live in Hard Rock Café New York and online at juliensauctions.com.
 
The goods (Lots 438-450) include a pair of gold-toned wire-rim round glasses worn by Elton on the cover of his 1995 Made in England album and to the 67th Academy Awards in Los Angeles on March 27, 1995, where the composer won an award for Best Original Song for The Lion King's Can You Feel The Love Tonight; a hat; various Gianna Versace items; a pair of shoes worn in concert; an album award presented to Bernie Taupin to commemorate the sale of more than 35 million copies of various Elton John albums; and more.
 
Julien’s Auctions is thrilled to present this once in a lifetime auction lineup of the most influential and iconic music artists of our time,” stated Darren Julien, President/Chief Executive Officer of Julien’s Auctions. “These artifacts used on stage, in studio and on screen by the likes of Madonna, Prince, Queen, Kurt Cobain, Elton John and more represent our pop culture touchstones.”