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-Auction Items

LoisPalooza 2019

Help Lois Beat Cancer!

Auction Items

The generosity of many many friends and family is overwhelming.  Through their kindness, there are some absolutely AMAZING rare collectible items that have been donated.
The list below is continuing to grow and subject to change.  Photos of these will be added in the very near future.

Official Tour Jackets

One-of-a-Kind Autographed Guitar!

Official Tour Jackets, each a collectible rare item.  These are high-quality "sportsman" styles, with the embroidered logos of the groups or artists.
These include
- Queen
- Prince
- The Rolling Stones
- Kiss
- Aerosmith
- Ringo Starr
- Elton John
A One-of-a-Kind Collectible 2Tek guitar, one of  only 15 bodies ever created.
This stunning piece has autographs from the following global musicians:
Vince Gill (The Eagles, CMHF)
Howard Leese (Heart, Bad Company, RRHF)
Roger Fisher (Heart, RRHF)
Michael Shrieve (Santana, RRHF)
Alan White (John Lennon, George Harrison, YES, RRHF)
Steve Fossen (Heart, RRHF)
Lee Oskar (WAR, RRHF nominated)

Lee Oskar Signed Harmonicas

Lois' "Destiny"

An extremely rare, gold plated Lee Oskar Harmonica signed by original WAR band members (Lee Oskar, Harold Brown, Howard Scott & BB Dickerson), accompanied with signed music sheet for hit song “Low Rider
A limited-edition Lee Oskar Harmonica signed by actor and musician, Bruce Willis.

Lee Oskar dedicates this painting to Lois as it is one of her favorites from the Lee Oskar original art collection. The painting is inspired by the natural beauty of the Northwest. Each Lee Oskar original painting in the acrylics on canvas series features vivid colors and magnificent tonal backgrounds. Destiny is one of the painting that is featured in this stunning collection. Lee chose to dedicate the Destiny painting to his dear friend Lois, naming it for the purpose of this auction, Lois’ "Destiny".

Individually Signed Song Sheets from Vince Gill and Amy Grant

Lois' "Destiny" a STUNNING Original Lee Oskar painting!!!!

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