paint your willie by john mellencamp - 12 x 12 inch edition
paint your willie by john mellencamp - 12 x 12 inch edition
paint your willie by john mellencamp - 12 x 12 inch edition
paint your willie by john mellencamp - 12 x 12 inch edition
paint your willie by john mellencamp - 12 x 12 inch edition
paint your willie by john mellencamp - 12 x 12 inch edition
paint your willie by john mellencamp - 12 x 12 inch edition
paint your willie by john mellencamp - 12 x 12 inch edition
paint your willie by john mellencamp - 12 x 12 inch edition
paint your willie by john mellencamp - 12 x 12 inch edition

paint your willie by john mellencamp - 12 x 12 inch edition

$75

Verisart Certificate of Authenticity

proceeds from john mellencamp's paint your willie sales benefit farm aid!

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  • dimensions: 12 x 12 in / 30.48 x 30.48 cm
  • medium: archival pigment print on heavyweight fine art paper
  • provenance: this print comes with a printed signature by John Mellencamp and is embossed with a chopmark from farm aid x moonlight arts collective and comes with a certificate of authenticity from verisart

note: this print is unframed

estimated shipping date 2-4 weeks of purchase

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john mellencamp

Born October 7, 1951 in Seymour, Indiana, John Mellencamp fell in love with music at an early age and was gigging in local bars and fronting a soul band by the time he was 14. His professional music career began in earnest in 1976 when MCA Records released his first album, The Chestnut Street Incident.

After releasing a few albums, he broke out in 1979 with his first hit, "I Need A Lover". In 1982 his fifth album American Fool was the year's best-selling album on the strength of two huge hits, "Hurts So Good," and the number 1 single "Jack & Diane".

Mellencamp took the music on the road with a band that many considered the best in the business, playing approximately 1,000 shows around the globe during the decade. In 1985, John's concern for the plight of the American farmer, which had been voiced in the Scarecrow album, brought him together with Willie Nelson and Neil Young in launching Farm Aid. It became an annual event and has helped make people aware of the issues farmers face and how they affect the entire nation.

Mellencamp was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2008 and is a member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame. He’s a Grammy-winner and the recipient of numerous awards including The Woody Guthrie and John Steinbeck Awards, ASCAP Foundation’s Champion Award and their highest honor the Founders Award, the Americana Music Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award for Songwriting and the Billboard Century Award, amongst a host of other honors.

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