Limited Edition! “Always in my heart” Rick Springfield guitar string pendant made out of Rick’s used/played silver colored guitar string. Pendant is designed by 2x breast cancer survivor Elisa Guida. Total length of pendant is app. 1 & 3/4″. Pendant contains a 4mm Capri blue Swarovski crystal along with a L 16.2mm x W 13.7mm sterling silver solid cast heart that says, “Always in my heart”. Conversion to inches of heart: L – 0.637″ x W – 0.539″. Pendant also contains 2 – one and a half inch pieces of Rick Springfield’s used/played silver guitar string (3″ total). The sterling silver heart charm features the phrase “always in my heart” etched into the surface and oxidized to highlight the words. Comes with a 16″, 18″ or 20″ sterling silver chain. Due to the high demand of the StringsforaCURE® jewelry your order can take 6-8 weeks to complete. These are hand made and may vary slightly. If you would like a different Swarovski crystal color email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Rick Springfield, born Richard Lewis Springthorpe, on August 23, 1949, in Sydney, Australia. The son of an Australian army officer, Springfield frequently moved throughout his childhood, living in both Australia and England. While in high school, he developed an affinity for music, began playing the guitar, and formed a band called the Jordy Boys. He went on to perform with the groups Rock House and Zoot before launching a solo singing career with the 1971 Australian hit “Speak to the Sky. “After an auspicious solo debut in Australia, Springfield was signed by the American-based label Capitol Records. In 1972, he moved to Los Angeles and released the album Beginnings. Featuring many of his previous Australian hits, including a new version of “Speak to the Sky,” the album fared well on the charts. To Springfield’s dismay, critics immediately labeled him the next teen pop idol. In 1973, in an attempt to shed his bubble gum image, Springfield moved to Columbia Records, where he recorded the disappointing LP Comic Book Heroes.
In the mid-1970s, Springfield temporarily shelved his music career and concentrated on acting, appearing on several popular television programs like The Rockford Files, Wonder Woman, The Incredible Hulk, and The Six-Million Dollar Man. In 1980, he managed to secure a recording contract with RCA. While recording with the label, Springfield was cast as the dashing Dr. Noah Drake on the popular daytime drama General Hospital. As his popularity skyrocketed among soap opera fans, Springfield released the album Working Class Dog??s, which yielded the now-classic singles “I’ve Done Everything For You” and “Jessie’s Girl.” The latter song earned him a Grammy Award and became known as an anthem of the 1980s’ a time when his feathered hair, tightly suited body, and boyish face became hallmarks of the era.
Springfield has a huge fan base and continues to tour!