Monday, July 24, 2017

Rockabilly Mural, July 24, 2017

Selmer, Tennessee, USA, July 10, 2017
Rockabilly Highway mural celebrates Rockabilly music, a 1950s blend of Country music and Rhythm and Blues music. It was the forerunner of the Rock and Roll music of the 1960s.


Brian Tull is the artist. His website is Here

I do not know who gets the credit for this piece of art. It appears to be painted on concrete.

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And let's give a round of applause for the boys in the band!
Bob Brooks made these metal sculptures. Visit his website: Click Here!

This mural is the second Rockabilly mural by Brian Tull. To see the first one as posted on my blog in July 2013 Click Here

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22 comments:

  1. Beautiful mural and I love the metal sculptures too.

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  2. ...a lot to love here, the mural, Sun Record and the Million Dollar Quartet,

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  3. Hello, great murals and I like the sculptures too. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  4. Makes sense Rock and Roll came from a hybrid like that

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  5. Cool murals. Glad to see they haven't been tagged.

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  6. Awesome murals..
    I think i should visit there..!!

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  7. Love this mural and especially the record platter in the lawn. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  8. Great murals and I like those sculptures at the end!

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  9. Wonderful murals and great photos ~ love the sculptures too ~ ^_^

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  10. What a great find - I love that old '78 painting.

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  11. Nice mural---I am a rock a billy fan or was. Carl Perkins!--oh my
    MB

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  12. The ethereal metal band is great but I'd like, some day, for someone to create a such memorial for my one red shoe.

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  13. fabulous murals and sculptures. Thanks for taking us there. Happy travels and thank you for stopping by my blog.

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  14. Love the rockabilly art. It's set my foot a-tappin'

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  15. So many memories. I wonder who remembers the original Blue Suede Shoes was written by Carl Perkins...most would think Elvis recorded it first.
    I love the metal sculpture of the band. Lots and lots of old memories.
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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