E-Newsletter October 2015

 

 
 
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Art and Music

October 2015

Tony DeCarloMusic is art. And art inspires musicians to write songs. This month we feature some of the best songs about art and artists with a brief history of the songs.

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5 Great Songs Inspired by Art and Artists


1. Vincent (Starry Starry Night) - Don McLean

This is a tribute song by Don McLean. The song is a reference to Vincent Van Gogh’s painting, “Starry Starry Night”. The musician wrote it after reading a biography about Vincent Van Gogh.


2. The Mona Lisa - Brad Paisley

The inspiration for this song came when Brad Paisley had the opportunity to see the Mona Lisa painting at the Louvre in Paris while on a trip with his wife, actress Kimberly Williams.


3. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds - The Beatles

John Lennon based this song on a drawing that Julian Lennon did at school of a classmate which he called “Lucy – in the sky with diamonds”. Lennon also states that the song was also inspired by Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland” books.


4. Nat King Cole - Mona Lisa

This oscar-winning song was in the movie “Captain Carey, U.S.A.”. It was written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans, and was first performed by Nat King Cole.


5. Paul McCartney & Wings - Picasso’s Last Words (Drink To Me)

The title and lyrics of the song come from what was reported as the last words of Pablo Picasso that he spoke to his guests before he went to bed and died in his sleep: “drink to me, drink to my health, you know I can’t drink anymore.”

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Introducing the new responsive website design for Truly Frameless Shower Doors! This site features 2 slideshows, an extensive popup gallery, FAQ accordion sliders, and a blog. Truly Frameless has relocated their offices up to Fairfax, VA and has teamed up with Brian George and Harry Hink, who have served Northern Virginia for many decades specializing in bath design and remodeling. Check out the site at: trulyframelessva.com

DeCarlo Studios is also designing an e-newsletter blast (below) to introduce Truly Frameless customers to the new owners and website. The e-newsletter contains links which drive customers to their new website and helps to reinforce their new location, logo and branding.
 

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