Elvis made some marvellous C&W music to go with his fantastic punk repertoire. No coincidence that so many of the punks also loved country. Punk didn't offer a care home package. After bish-bashing 2 chords battered out for a year you could turn to pop or check out like Sid Vicious etc. Alternatively you could grab a cowboy hat, an acoustic guitar and head for the sunset. Not an obvious choice but the Mekons opened one night in Leeds with "I was out late the other night/ Fear and whiskey kept me going." It opened that door for Elvis.
This is a one-off Original piece on Saunders Waterford 300gsm HP paper, using mixed media including Watercolour Paint, Acrylic Paint, Inktense Pencils and occasionally Unison Colour Soft Pastels.
Unframed: 760 x 570 mm
Framed: 1063 x 868 mm