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Acclaimed artists from around the world create original paintings inspired by old school delta blues lyricists like Muddy Waters and Willie Dixon as well as rock n' blues songwriters such as Stevie Ray Vaughn.
Toronto artist Peter Horvath pays tribute to John Lee Hooker with his mixed media college artwork that incorporates the line "I like the way you talk" from the classic JLH song "Boom Boom"
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LA artist JD Shultz talks about finding inspiration in the song lyrics of John Lennon
When an artwork inspires a new creation it's as if the torch is passed and the flame ignites anew.
Lisbon based artist Filippo Fiumani grabs the torch from John Lennon and runs with it in his tribute to the Lennon song "God".
Toronto Artist Eva Lewarne talks about using Leonard Cohen's lyrics as inspiration for her artworks.
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