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  • Elvis -Sun Records- "That's All Right" wall decor. Guitar art. License plate art. One-of-a-kind metal wall art. In Stock

Elvis -Sun Records- "That's All Right" wall decor. Guitar art. License plate art. One-of-a-kind metal wall art. In Stock

840.00
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Elvis -Sun Records- "That's All Right" wall decor. Guitar art. License plate art. One-of-a-kind metal wall art. In Stock

840.00

Elvis recorded “That’s All Right” in Memphis, TN’s Sun Records studio on July 5, 1954. Elvis kick started his career when he picked up his acoustic and started playing the upbeat tempo. The recording was Elvis’ first radio hit. Rolling Stone magazine called Presley’s recording “the first rock and roll record.”

This license plate acoustic features silhouettes of Elvis in his most famous poses, and showcases the Sun Records logo. Chrome sides set off the distinctive yellowing coloring of the label. This is a real beauty.

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Elvis recorded “That’s All Right” in Memphis, TN’s Sun Records studio on July 5, 1954. Elvis kick started his career when he picked up his acoustic and started playing the upbeat tempo. The recording was Elvis’ first radio hit. Rolling Stone magazine called Presley’s recording “the first rock and roll record.”

This license plate acoustic features silhouettes of Elvis in his most famous poses, and showcases the Sun Records logo. Chrome sides set off the distinctive yellowing coloring of the label. This is a real beauty.