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Written by Lars-Erik_Olson on April 25, 2006 to .

NEW YORK - Herbie Herbert. It’s a name familar to fans who have poured over the liner notes of various Roxette albums. A musician himself, he was Roxette’s manager in the States during the height of their career. Now, an online auction of San Francisco music memorabilia features items from his private collection.

  Herbert got his start in the industry as the young and eager road manager for Frumious Bandersnatch, a psychedelic band that rocked the Bay Area from 1966 to 1969. In 1973 he pulled together Gregg Rolie, Neal Schon, Ross Valory, George Tickner and Prairie Prince to form the Golden Gate Rhythm Section which very soon became Journey.

  With Journey’s success and his desire to do more, Herbert added Mr. Big, Europe, Roxette and other artists to his management roster. Since then, Herbert has moved from backstage into the spotlight, recording three albums as Sy Klopps and touring the San Francisco Bay Area with the Sy Klopps Band, which has included such Journey band members as Neal Schon, Gregg Rolie, Prairie Prince, and Ross Valory.

  Having recently closed down his studio, Herbert decided to sell most of his memorabilia, including several Roxette-related items. Among the more notable pieces being offered are his personal copies of gold and platinum record awards. The auction ends on April 30.




And there’s a promo for a new song “It Must Have Been LoBe” - that’s funny :)

Nice items but aaawwhhh..... way too expensive for me!

I guess that’s the Swedish “Pearls” cassette? Nice...

I want the vinyls and the poster!!!
I’ve got in my hands this poster( years ago,and i let it pass by,poor of me!!!

Decade: The 80s

Since when was Joyride in the 80’s???

are you talking about the look sharp! or joyride poster? the joyride poster is available on ebay for USD9.99 (4 available).

There’s some nice items there, love the Framed Joyride tour print from P & M.

Not expensive at all. Considering the money that goes around to get one of these records.

hej Brentnewtown!
I’m taliking about the Joyride poster.Is on ebay??!!I’m check it out,but i can’t buy on ebay from here.Haven’t credit card:(
I’ve been checking on Ebay,but i couldn’t find the Joyride poster

Cool items ......but can’t breathe the prices!!

Now they seem to have ended! Look at the final prices!! HELP!!!!!


Where can you see the ending prices on the Roxette items?????? Can´t find it.

yeah I am curious too!

Interesting to see that the Roxette memorabilia sold for similar prices to some of the much bigger U.S. bands from the 1970s etc.

If anyone has Roxette memorabilia for sale - contact me at [email protected]. Thanks.


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