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    Charley Pride Three-Piece Tuxedo. Charley Pride started his career as a baseball player in the Negro American League. Always a musician at heart, he would jam with bands in every city his baseball team played in. During a trip to Nashville, Pride signed with RCA Records upon the recommendation of Chet Atkins. From the 1970s to 1984, Charley Pride has had songs on the charts 29 times. Inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2000, Pride is one of the most beloved country stars and one of the richest country stars due to his wise investments. Pride broke down racial barriers in country music through his talent and perseverance. This Charley Pride three-piece tuxedo was designed by After Six and is typical of the 1970's style. The gray tux with darker gray piping and wide velvet lapels and matching pants also come with a ruffled off-white tuxedo shirt. Sewn in the pants and coat is a label with the name "Gingiss V.View". Normal age wear, yet in fine condition, this three-piece ensemble would be a treasure for any fan of the great country singer.

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    Sep-Oct, 2004
    30th-1st Thursday-Friday
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