By most accounts, it was country music superstar Miranda Lambert -- and no one else -- who stole the show Sunday night during the 2015 Grammys. She rocked the house with her performance of "Little Red Wagon," then took home Best Country Album honors for Platinum, the album it appears on.
By most accounts, it was country music superstar Miranda Lambert — and no one else — who stole the show Sunday night during the 2015 Grammys. She rocked the house with her performance of “Little Red Wagon,” then took home Best Country Album honors for Platinum, the album it appears on.
Lambert’s scorching appearance certainly did nothing to diminish the intense heat surrounding her recently released autograph and autograph memorabilia cards in Panini America’s 2015 Country Music release. Of course, Blake Shelton’s better half wasn’t the only act dotting the Country Music checklist that took home Grammy hardware Sunday.
The Band Perry claimed Best Country Duo/Group Performance honors with “Gentle On My Mind,” a feat that seems to validate the $182.50 someone paid last week on eBay for one of The Band Perry triple autograph cards limited to just 25 copies. But the reigning queen of the country music trading card market is the aforementioned Lambert, whose denim-bedazzled, autograph-enhanced Silhouettes card sold nine days ago for almost $200.
And while those two cards are at the top of the Panini Country Music charts, there are other spectacular performances in the top 10, such as Kimberly Perry’s Silhouettes gem ($150), a Big & Rich dual-autograph ($121.50), an Alabama triple-autograph ($117.59) and a Jennifer Nettles Silhouettes card ($103.49).
You can check out other impressive sales from 2015 Country Music’s first few weeks on the market right here.
In the must-see gallery that follows, we profile some of the greatest hits so far from Panini America’s 2015 Country Music release, a star-studded ensemble featuring the likes of Darius Rucker, Brantley Gilbert, Florida Georgia Line, Sara Evans, Wynonna, Chase Rice and more.
In a modern memorabilia-card world filled with game-worn gear from the NFL, NBA baseball and hockey, the following array of denim, sequins and flannel provide a fantastic oasis. Enjoy, and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for continued coverage.
0 Replies to “Country Music’s Greatest Hits: The Must-See Gallery from Panini America’s New Release”
This is a solid look into the secondary market this groundbreaking set, good to see some big payoffs for collectors who were in on these early. Thanks Tracy!
Very cool and very colorful overall! I like the personalized cut out over the material swatch instead of the basic square or rectangle on some of the cards!
These look really cool. Love the silhouettes! You guys should really expand more on this.
Is this only being released in the south and west, I *STILL* haven’t seen any
No. It should be available across the U.S.