Tanya Tucker Auction

Tanya Tucker Auction

Tanya Tucker Tanya Tucker

June 16, 2016

NASHVILLE, Tenn (RFDTV) -- Country music icon Tanya Tucker is auctioning off personal items to benefit the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund.  The country singer, known for hits such as "Delta Dawn" and "Strong Enough to Bend," explained the motivation behind the sale of 500 curated items.

“A few years ago I went through a difficult surgery on my vocal chords," Tucker said in a statement. "Fortunately I was in a position to get the specialized care necessary to continue my career, but not everyone is in this position. This is one reason why I’m extremely excited to be working with EBTH to support Sweet Relief Musicians Fund with a percentage of the sale proceeds. I have spent my life collecting these treasures. I look forward to others having the opportunity to enjoy them as much as I have.”

See the complete sale now.

Several items were featured in her 2014 Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum exhibit, Tanya Tucker: Strong Enough to Bend. Among the latter: a 1970’s Delta Dawn jumpsuit, an Azzedine Alai¨a black leather bustier and fringed mini skirt, a 1975 custom Nudie suit, and a Fernando Wang beaded gown. A pink 1992 Harley Davidson Screamin’ Eagle from the Hall of Fame exhibit is also included in the sale. 

Bidding is now open and will run for seven days.  All bids start at $1 with no reserve. Worldwide delivery is available.  Some of the items are featured below.

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