Country Music Icon Tanya Tucker Teams Up with EVERYTHING BUT THE HOUSE
and Sweet Relief Musicians Fund to Launch Curated Online Auction
Starting June 16

Once-in-a-lifetime Sale to Feature Hundreds of Items Including Music
Memorabilia, Vintage Stage Costumes, Mementos and More from the Country
Star’s Personal Archives


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 8, 2016)
– Today country music icon Tanya Tucker announces a partnership with
premier online estate sale marketplace EVERYTHING BUT THE HOUSE (
During her nearly 45-year career as a country music legend, which began
when she was just a teen, Tucker has garnered many chart-topping hits,
awards and magazine covers. The avid collector has also amassed an
extraordinary treasure of clothing, accessories, jewelry, keepsakes from
iconic performances, collectible home decor, and so much more. For the
first time, this special collection will be offered via a curated
auction kicking off on Thursday, June 16, 1:00 a.m./CT exclusively on

A percentage of the proceeds from the sale will be donated to Sweet
Relief Musicians Fund, an organization that provides financial
assistance to all types of career musicians and industry workers who are
struggling to make ends meet while facing illness, disability or
age-related problems. (

“A few years ago I went through a difficult surgery on my vocal
chords. 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,” says Tucker. “I have spent my life collecting these
treasures. I look forward to others having the opportunity to enjoy them
as much as I have.”

The highly-anticipated sale will feature 500 curated items including
designer stage costumes worn on tour, at award shows and on photo and
video shoots. 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 Alaïa 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. (

 Photo by: Jeremy Westby

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