Leon Bridges: “River” (Signed Prints)

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Original
Original Soundwaves Artwork created from the audio recording of Leon Bridge’s 2016 beauty, “River.” Hand signed by Leon Bridges and Soundwaves Art creator, Tim Wakefield. All sold to support the brand new National Museum of African American History. Unframed, 40″x40″ with a 2″ white boarder on fine art canvas. Ships with Certificate of Authenticity in April 2019.

Signed Print:
Limited run of 100 prints, each hand signed by Leon and Soundwaves Art creator, Tim Wakefield. Leon kindly signed each fine art canvas at the historic Soundcheck rehearsal space in¬†Nashville, TN to support the brand new National Museum of African American History. Every print is numbered by hand from 1/100 to 100/100. The artwork image is 24″x24″ with a 3″ white boarder. The artwork ships unframed in a custom Soundwaves Art box, with a Certificate of Authenticity in April 2019.

The National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM) seeks to educate the world, preserve the legacy and celebrate the central role African Americans play in creating the American soundtrack. It will open in Nashville later in 2019.

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Original
Original Soundwaves Artwork created from the audio recording of Leon Bridge’s 2016 beauty, “River.” Hand signed by Leon Bridges and Soundwaves Art creator, Tim Wakefield. All sold to support the brand new National Museum of African American History. Unframed, 40″x40″ with a 2″ white boarder on fine art canvas. Ships with Certificate of Authenticity in April 2019.

Signed Print:
Limited run of 100 prints, each hand signed by Leon and Soundwaves Art creator, Tim Wakefield. Leon kindly signed each fine art canvas at the historic Soundcheck rehearsal space in¬†Nashville, TN to support the brand new National Museum of African American History. Every print is numbered by hand from 1/100 to 100/100. The artwork image is 24″x24″ with a 3″ white boarder. The artwork ships unframed in a custom Soundwaves Art box, with a Certificate of Authenticity in April 2019.

The National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM) seeks to educate the world, preserve the legacy and celebrate the central role African Americans play in creating the American soundtrack. It will open in Nashville later in 2019.

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