Music Icons February 2024: Just Announced
Dig into February's Music Icons Auction
February 1, 2024
Julien’s Auctions announces "MUSIC ICONS," an extraordinary auction event spotlighting over 100 items from the world’s leading female music artists. Set for February 27th, 2024, both live and online, this event celebrates influential women in music, from Country legends to pop divas.
The auction also features a special collection of Gibson guitars, donated by Gibson Gives. These guitars, signed by renowned artists, will benefit the Gibson Gives x FirstBank Amphitheater Music Education Program.
The auction will showcase rare and unique items, including:
Dolly Parton's stunning jade green 1970s stage outfit, worn during her early career and on her 1978 album cover "In the Beginning."
2014 glamour magazine photo shoot used gibson les paul guitar with magazine
Taylor Swift’s memorabilia from her 2014 Glamour Magazine cover photo shoot, including a 1991 Gibson Les Paul Studio Lite Guitar and vintage-style props.
Madonna’s iconic burgundy silk robe from her 1984 “Material Girl” music video.
A Hexagon Locket from the collection of the late Amy Winehouse
A yellow sweater vest from the collection of the late Amy Winehouse
Lady Gaga’s RVDK blue coat dress from her 2016 performance with Elton John.
Beyond these incredible women, the auction offers a treasure trove from male music legends like The Beatles, Freddie Mercury, Michael Jackson, and many others. Notable items include a baseball signed by The Beatles, handwritten lyrics by Freddie Mercury, and a custom jacket worn by Mick Fleetwood at the 1993 Bill Clinton Inaugural Ball.
1993 bill clinton inaugural ball "performing artist" custom leather jacket
A custom jacket worn by Mick Fleetwood to Bill Clinton's 1993 Inaugural Ball
A baseball signed by the members of The Beatles
Freddie Mercury handwritten lyrcs
“With items from Dolly Parton to Taylor Swift, Amy Winehouse to Madonna, this auction not only celebrates the impact of these iconic women but also supports music education through our partnership with Gibson Gives," said Martin Nolan, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Julien’s Auctions. "We're excited to offer fans and collectors a chance to own a piece of music history while contributing to a noble cause."