Soulful in music artists canvas prints
Rock and roll began life in the United States in the late forties and early fifties. Its roots harken back to black American music such as gospel, blues, jazz, boogie, and rag to name a few. While a lot of its influences can be heard in earlier works, the genre itself did not get its name until 1954. Pianos, saxophones, electric or acoustic guitars, bass guitars, tambourines, and drums are just some of the instruments used in playing rock and roll. Photowall salutes the music and its luminaries with its line of music artists canvas prints. It features such images as “Gimme Shelter” and “The show must go on” in its fine collection of music artists canvas prints. Acquiring for yourself a handful of these music artists canvas prints will spark the long-lost rebelliousness of the teenager that you once were, and may just prompt you to howl at the moon when the mood strikes. Relive the days when you and your wife-to-be were falling in love by playing the records that blasted on the radio during your early romance and surrounding yourself with these amazing music artists canvas prints. These music artists canvas prints will surely bring the fire back into your life.
Primal in music artists canvas prints
Bands and musicians have proliferated the music scene since...well...since there was a music scene. From the earliest shamans and medicine men who sang songs to summon or drive away the spirits to church choirs and groups who chanted incantations to their deities, to the modern-day, glittering musical superstars and the edgy, wildly popular bands of today, mankind has always been entertained and fascinated by these talented individuals. Photowall pays tribute to these artists with “Woodstock Stage 1970”, “Rattle and Hum-Bono”, and “Craziness is Like Heaven” in its unique collection of music artists canvas prints. These images feature some of the superstars that have left their indelible mark on the music scene. Hang a few of these music artists canvas prints on the walls of your recreation den, while you listen to the real thing on your stereo, and you have the makings of a perfect afternoon of music tripping. These wonderful music artists canvas prints will amp up the cool factor in this area a hundredfold. Playtime will never be as much fun as when you have these music artists canvas prints all around you.
Edgy and catching
The refusal to accept the dictated norm is one of the reasons why music played such an integral part in the American Civil Rights Movement. Rockstars were often seen joining rallies and protests against racial discrimination and the Vietnam War. While, in the studio, they echoed these very strong sentiments in the songs they recorded. It was a wild and tumultuous time in America, and rock and roll seemed to be the perfect soundtrack to it. Photowall pays tribute to some of the most iconic figures in rock and roll with “Live a Little, Love a Little” featuring the king himself, Elvis Presley. There is also “Light My Fire” which showcases the visage of legendary rock poet and lyricist Jim Morrison, who suddenly and mysteriously dies under suspicious circumstances at the pinnacle of his success. These music artists canvas prints will prove priceless in adorning the homes of rebels of all ages. The music and lifestyle are all encapsulated in the images seen in these wonderful music artists canvas prints. There can be no question that having these music artists canvas prints around your home will cause the heart to palpitate and the blood to run piping-hot.