The Four Pennies ' 1960's Pop Group ' Music Signed Picture Autograph £75.00
This is an In Person signed Black and White 4.75" x 4" Music Paper picture which has been mounted onto a blue card 8" x 5.5" by the 1960's pop group. it consists of lead singer Lionel Morton, Mike Wilsh and the late Alan Buck and Fritz Fryer. Incidentally Mike Wilsh had the patience to teach me a few basic guitar chords backstage at the Floral Hall in Morecambe when I was only 13 !!! The Four Pennies were an English, 1960s pop group, most notable for their 1964 UK chart-topping song "Juliet". The group's name came after a meeting above the Blackburn music shop owned by Mary Reidy, the shop being situated on "Penny Street", where it was located until 2013 as "Reidy's Home of Music". The name was chosen as a more commercial alternative to "The Lionel Morton Four".