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    Annie Haslam Stage-Worn Thea Porter Dress and Related Memorabilia. A turquoise crepe chiffon dress with royal blue accents, custom-made for singer Annie Haslam by celebrated designer Thea Porter in 1975. The dress was worn by Haslam at the three sold-out concerts held at Carnegie Hall during the band's Scheherazade Tour. Alongside her band Renaissance (which was originally formed by Keith Relf and Jim McCarty of the Yardbirds) were Michael Dunford, John Tout, Jon Camp, and Terry Sullivan accompanied by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir. The concert, held at Carnegie Hall, was captured in a double live LP called Live at Carnegie Hall on Sire Records, and a Mint copy of the LP is included in this lot. Also included are Haslam's rehearsal tambourine and four photos, each item signed by Haslam. The dress overall is in Excellent condition with a few small areas of discoloration to the crepe chiffon. Accompanied by LOA from Annie Haslam.

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    October, 2007
    6th-7th Saturday-Sunday
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