Here are several pieces of memorabilia that I've collected through the years.  The ticket stub scans were sent to me through email from friends in the Verve community.  The other items were either purchased in stores, or acquired through trades.  More will be posted in the sites future re-incarnation (latter half of 2007). 




This issue of Melody Maker is dated January 17, 1998 at 90p. The front headline reads "Richard the Braveheart!  The Verve Making history in Glasgow" 



The Verve's complete official (and unofficial) discography including a limited promo release of Urban Hymns in black.  Also note the final two discs, The Verve radio promo titled "The Interview" and the unofficial "Interview Sessions" distributed by Chatback Records. 



This poster is huge, measuring 150x100 cm, and is still rolled up in its tube.  It will cover an entire wall from ceiling to floor.  It announces the dates in September 1997 when The Verve played side by side with Oasis at Earl's Court.  I can only imagine that this was hanging up in a subway or in a place where everyone could see. This is a nice piece of memorabilia.  I don't suppose many were printed.  It reads The Verve: Urban Hymns CDPHUT 45 For Promotional Use Only.  It includes more pictures in the sleeve than the album release
The book in blue is titled "The Verve: StarSail" by Sean Egan distributed by Omnibus Press.  The book in red is titled "The Verve: Crazed highs + horrible lows" by Martin Clarke. No Verve on the front cover but they do get a mention.  This is a summer festival edition.  Richard Ashcroft comments on playing live, "The way I see it, it's a f***ing Celebration."  The headline on page 58 reads "The Verve: still striving; still testifying; still ever so slightly pissed off about everything."


This issue of Select: Music and Beyond is dated March 1998 at 2 pounds 30p.  The front headline    reads "breakdown, resurrection , and E everyday.  The Verve, eight years of madness: the complete story."  It is a very interesting and elaborate    read.  You may read the transcription here.


Richard Ashcroft: Alone with Everybody Interview.  This is a promo only release.  It includes 38 questions in the sleeve and six introductions by Richard Ashcroft.  The classification of this release is DCHUTIV63.




A promotional flyer sent to us from   Sacramento.  This was given to a selected few when the Verve played at The Cattle        Club on November 23, 1993.

A nice poster I bought in a small music shop in Camden on a trip to England.  This was back in the summer of 2000 just after Ashcroft released his first solo album.

Backstage pass sent by Tony Leon from the Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim, California on  August 14, 1998.

This picture includes the ticket stub from August 14, 1998 at the Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim, California.


General Admission ticket sent by Stephen Galloway from Friday, July 28, 1995, at the 9:30 Club in Washington, DC. 

Another ticket scan from the 9:30 Club in Washington, DC on November 3, 1997.


Scan from The Verve at the Roxy Theatre, in Atlanta, Georgia , Saturday, November 1, 1997.  Sent by S.G. 



This issue of Mofo: The Music Magazine is dated July 2000 at 3 pounds 10p.  The front headline reads "I had to quit.  Mental illness is contagious".  "Richard Ashcroft: the inside story of Rock's toughest resurrection."