This 1982 THE MOTELS-"All For One"-is a PLATINUM RECORD award from Capitol Records to Jeff Gelb, This is from one of the biggest "New Wave" bands of that era! The band at this time featured Martha Davis on vocals and guitar, Tim McGovern on lead guitar, Marty Jourard on keyboards, Michael Goodroe on bass, and Brian Glascock on drums. This authentic piece of history measures approx. 17.25" by 21.5" and is ready for the wall! If you win more than one item, please inquire about combined shipping, so you will save money!THE JEFF GELB COLLECTION! ALL ITEMS COME WITH A HAND SIGNED CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY BY JEFF GELB! Please read the Jeff Gelb Bio, that we compiled below. Also, please be advised that Mr. Jeff Gelb will NOT answer any Industry or Personal Questions! However, his very knowledgable staff will answer all auction related questions in a flash! JEFF GELB BIOGRAPHY Jeff Gelb has been an avid (some would say “rabid”) comic book and pop culture collector and fan since the late ‘50s. In 1964 he started publishing fanzines with MEN OF MYSTERY, and was a frequent fanzine contributor throughout the ‘60s. Then he started a career in radio as an air personality at stations in Cleveland and San Diego. He moved to Los Angeles in 1978 to enter the music industry, where he joined Radio & Records as an editor. While there, he hosted and wrote several nationally syndicated radio programs. He remains in the music industry and still lives in Los Angeles. In 1988, Gelb saw his first work of fiction published, with SPECTERS, a horror novel. Since then he has edited or co-edited 22 anthologies of horror and suspense fiction, including the award-wining HOT BLOOD series. His SHOCK ROCK anthologies included new work from Stephen King and a Foreword by Alice Cooper, and were optioned for TV. He has worked with such authors as Ray Bradbury, Richard Matheson, Clive Barker, and many others. He has written dozens of articles and interviews for magazines like Fangoria, Mediascene, Comic Buyers Guide, Comic Book Marketplace, and more.
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