Step into the rock 'n' roll world with this ultra-rare piece of INXS memorabilia! We present to you a mind-blowing 1989 Spin Magazine, personally hand-signed by the legendary rock god and INXS frontman, Michael Hutchence. This gem is so unique, we know of only one other like it in existence!
Swing into the groove with this one-of-a-kind collectible, featuring Michael Kelland John Hutchence, the Aussie musician, singer-songwriter, and actor who took the world by storm as the lead singer and lyricist of INXS from 1977 until his tragic passing.
This iconic treasure comes with:
- A personal touch, hand-signed by Michael Hutchence himself
- Beckett Authentication Services Hologram Verification (number 100040)
- A Certificate of Authenticity from Beckett Authentication Services and MJB
- A stunning frame measuring 1090mm by 870mm, adorned with 17 hand-selected photographs of Michael and INXS
- MJB Memorabilia's guarantee of worldwide shipping
Don't miss the chance to own this unique piece of rock history, ready to hang on your wall and transport you back to the golden days of INXS. To catch a glimpse of this masterpiece before purchasing, hit us up for a Zoom, Facetime, or Skype Live session at 0477555557. This jaw-dropping collectible is yours for just $10000! So, rock on and secure this extraordinary memorabilia today!
Michael Hutchence: The Charismatic Voice of INXS
Michael Hutchence, born on January 22, 1960, in Sydney, Australia, was a talented musician and actor best known as the enigmatic lead singer of the iconic rock band INXS. With his soulful voice, mesmerizing stage presence, and magnetic charisma, Hutchence was a true rock star who captivated audiences around the world.
Hutchence co-founded INXS in 1977 alongside brothers Andrew, Jon, and Tim Farriss, Garry Gary Beers, and Kirk Pengilly. The band's unique blend of new wave, alternative rock, and pop elements soon gained them a devoted fan base. INXS released their self-titled debut album in 1980, but it was their 1982 album "Shabooh Shoobah" that brought them international recognition, with the single "The One Thing" becoming a hit in the United States.
The band's fame continued to rise with the release of subsequent albums such as "Listen Like Thieves" (1985) and "Kick" (1987). "Kick" proved to be their most successful album, boasting chart-topping hits like "Need You Tonight," "New Sensation," "Devil Inside," and "Never Tear Us Apart." At the height of their career, INXS was one of the most popular rock bands globally, selling over 60 million records and playing sold-out shows worldwide.
Michael Hutchence's personal life was also a subject of fascination for the media. He was involved in high-profile relationships with several famous women, including Australian singer Kylie Minogue and British model Helena Christensen. His life took a tragic turn in 1997 when he was found dead in his hotel room in Sydney, Australia, at the age of 37.
Despite his untimely death, Michael Hutchence's legacy as a rock icon endures. His passionate and powerful vocal performances, coupled with his magnetic stage presence, have left an indelible mark on the world of music. Today, Michael Hutchence is remembered as one of the greatest frontmen in rock history and continues to inspire new generations of musicians and fans alike.