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Electric Factory Co-Founder Putting Lots of Exciting Memorabilia on The Auction Block

Written by Chief Editor.

Elton and Billy Joel rocked audiences with their Face to Face tours starting in 1994, but stopped touring together in 2010. A year before that, in July 2009, the pair played Citizens Bank Park in Philladelphia, and the co-founder of the Electric Factory, Larry Magid, was there.
 
Larry is now celebrating the Electric Factory's 50th year by selling Elton and Billy's signed Benjamin Adams.
 
The former's autograph reads ''With love,'' while Billy's says ''Cheers!'' The bench comes with an electrician’s working pass from the show.
 
Bids will be accepted through November 9 at Hugginsandscott.com. The lot number is 14.
 
Other options include rare concert posters from the Grateful Dead, the Who, and Jimi Hendrix; a Bill Clinton-signed saxophone; and a collection of vintage baseball cards.