Saturday, September 01, 2012

Scrapping the Music - Stray Cat Strut

It was during high school in 1982
when I first heard
the dulcet tones of Brian Setzer singing
Stray Cat Strut.
My first experience with rockabilly!


I had the opportunity to see the band play live,
and I must say, back in the day,
his hair and tattoos made me swoon!

(And didya know...he currently resides in Minneapolis?! : .)

I used one of my cards as inspiration for my piece
and the colors of the rainbow!

Isn't this stenciled background just awesome?!


Its time for you to accept the Scrapping the Music challenge
and make something based on the song,
or the promp, which is... 
What song reflects an event in your life?

Come on and play along!!!

Oh, and STM has two new design team members,
Jessica
and
Herma

WELCOME!

7 comments:

Michelle LaPoint Rydell said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE your Stray cat piece Phin! Those rainbow colors with the black and white stripes - awesome! Those cute little cats are just the best! I love the one with the bird on his tail, and the one in the hat! HA!

And no I didn't know that Brian Setzer lives here in Minneapolis! That explains why he showed up unannounced at Lee's Liquor Lounge!

Patricia Roebuck said...

I think this is my new FAVE of yours. This is totally awesome! Love that background, the collage of cats and the rows of fish...some awesome art my friend!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Loveeeeeeee this!!!!! LOVING all the misting and love love love those bright colored cats!!!! PERFECTION!!!!!!!

Marit said...

Your layout is as happy as the song!

Sharon Fritchey said...

I love your stenciled background, Linda! And I can't believe that you were lucky enough to see the Stray Cats in concert. I bet he made you swoon!!!!! Awesome, amazing, and always wonderful art, my friend. You get THREE A's from Sharon Fritchey!

jamie said...

I have that album on vinyl somewhere...the Brian Setzer Orchestra is playing the Hollywood Bowl soon.

"Feline cassanova"---what a lyric!!

And the card is very cool, too!!

laury55 said...

so clever...love the small fishes and the cats are so funny