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Cher’s Most Valuable Vinyl Release Before She Was ‘Cher’

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Before she was known as ‘Cher,’ the diva released her very first solo single under the pseudonym “Bonnie Jo Mason.”

The song, titled “Ringo, I Love You,” was released in 1964 at the height of Beatlemania, and if you have the original vinyl release, you’re sitting on a fortune!

Vinyl expert Mighty John Marshall tells us that this rare vinyl collectable can be worth hundreds of dollars.

“It was on the Annette record label, which was named after Phil Spector’s first wife, Annette, and it’s currently up to $750,” says Mighty John.

Don’t remember what “Ringo, I Love You” sounds like? Listen to Cher sing as Bonnie Jo Mason in the clip below!

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