Elvis Home - Wertheimer Collection Tin Sign
It was a hot summer night in Memphis on July 4, 1956. A 21-year-old Elvis Presley had just returned home from a trip to New York City, where he had made several appearances on national television shows and recorded “Hound Dog,” “Don’t Be Cruel,” and “Any Way You Want Me” at RCA Victor’s Studio 1. “Hound Dog” and “Don’t Be Cruel” would soon be released as A- and B-sides of a 45-rpm record ready to explode on radio airwaves. Elvis was to perform that evening in Russwood Park, a stadium in Memphis. The crowd was buzzing and in a mood of great anticipation, excited to see their hometown boy who had gone north and “made it big.”
Now you can have this beautiful sign in your home, office or dorm room. The Elvis Going Home from the Wertheimer Collection tin sign is a wonderful item for any fan of this rock-n-roll legend! Makes a great housewarming gift.
- Officially Licensed Artwork
- Sign is made with the look and feel of the classic rock legend
- Pre-Drilled Holes For Easy Hanging
- Measures: 12.5W x 16H inches