Chrissie Hynde Guitar String Flower Pendant

$ 125.00 Donation

Chrissie Hynde Guitar String Flower Pendant

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Chrissie Hynde’s one-of-a-kind pendant made out of Chrissie’s donated string. Designed by 2x breast cancer survivor Elisa Guida, pendant is app. 2  1/8″ in length and contains a 5mm Amethyst Swarovski crystal along with a sterling silver flower charm that says: Dream, Hope, Laugh, Wish, Peace, Love. Comes with a 16, 18, 20, 22 or 24″ beaded stainless steel chain. This piece is made to order and takes approximately 4-5 weeks to complete. These are hand-made and may vary slightly. If you would like a different crystal color send an email to: elisa@stringsforacure.org

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Chrissie Hynde came to fame as the frontwoman for the Pretenders. Hits “Brass in Pocket” and “My City Was Gone” became rock anthems in the 1970s and ’80s.

Singer, songwriter, and guitarist Chrissie Hynde was born September 7, 1951, in Akron, Ohio. Her band, The Pretenders, got together in the late 1970s and released a self-titled album in 1980. She and bandmate James Honeyman-Scott penned the group’s first hit, “Brass in Pocket.” Subsequent releases produced the hit songs “Middle of the Road,” “Show Me” and “I’ll Stand by You.”

Singer, songwriter and guitarist Christine Ellen Hynde was born on September 7, 1951, in Akron, Ohio. Hynde was one of the leading women in rock in the 1980s and ’90s as the lead singer of the Pretenders. After studying art at Kent State University for a time, she took off for London, England, where she discovered the emerging new rock genre called “punk.”

The Pretenders got together in the late 1970s and released a self-titled album in 1980. Hynde and bandmate James Honeyman-Scott penned the group’s first hit, “Brass in Pocket.” Subsequent releases produced the hit songs “Middle of the Road,” “Show Me” and “Back on the Chain Gang” (from 1984’s Learning to Crawl); and “Don’t Get Me Wrong” (from 1986’s Get Close); as well as 1994’s “I’ll Stand by You.”

In 2005 the group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In 2015 Hynde released the autobiography Reckless: My Life as a Pretender.

 

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