The Liverpool music history print exhaustively compilesmore than 400 local artists/groups across more than 20 genres, 7 decades, several record labels, key venues and more. It is the ideal artwork for those who love Liverpool music and for those who want to know more about the colossal music history of Liverpool and Merseysidefrom the 50s to present times.
★★★★★ "Brings back so many memories reading all the bands/ musicians names over the years & different genres! Liverpool truly is the capital of music."
Besides being the hometown of themost popular group in music history, Liverpool holds the Guinness record due to being the number one record capital. It was also the hometown ofEric'sandCream– clubs that defined British music in the 70s and 90s respectively – and to this day, Liverpool remains as one of the most prolific and diverse music capitals in the world.
The artwork features everything you need to know about Liverpool music: local pop idols(Cilla Black, Billy Fury),Merseybeat legends (Billy J. Kramer, Gerry & The Pacemakers),punk and post-punk pioneers(Spitfire Boys, Big in Japan),synth-pop and New Wave precursors(OMD, Wah!),local icons (Ian Broudie, Ian MacCulloch, Jayne Casey),classic soul bands(The Real Thing), indie heroes(The La's, The Coral)and Liverpool's new talents(She Drew The Gun, Tremz).
★★★★★ "Unbelievable detail and it’s a real centre conversation and reminisce of our love of music and it looks great in our entrance hall"
A truly conversation starter for the proud Liverpool music fan. Hang it on your wall with pride.
Discovermore than 800 years of Liverpool historywith a unique infographic print that chronologically traces thecultural, scientific, social, musical and industrial highlights of this unique cultural capital.
The print includes sections on art and medicine,industry and technology, education, journalism, pop culture and more. It also compiles Liverpool's Nobel laureates.
Some Liverpool highlights and facts:
1272 - Monks establish the first Mersey ferry at Birkenhead Priory
1877 - The Walker Art Gallery becomes the first British public Art Gallery
1890 - John Alexander Brodie invents football goal nets
1902 - Sir Ronald Ross is awarded with the first British Nobel Prize
1976 - Eric’s Club, an epicentre of the punk and post-punk movement, opens
Liverpool has the largest number of English Heritage Blue Plaques outside London
Liverpool is the most successful footballing city in England
Liverpool houses more museums and galleries than anywhere in the UK outside London
If you are a proud Scouser or if you love this historic city, this unique print is for you. Hang it on your wall with pride.