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George Michael Signed Jesus To A Child Soundwaves Art Print Orange

Limited Edition Tim Wakefield Signed Image
George Michael Signed Jesus To A Child Soundwaves Art Print Orange

Date: 2009

Signed By: George Michael & Tim Wakefield

Edition: 50 Copies

Condition: New / Mint

Medium: Archival Giclee On Canvas

British Pounds£2500
US Dollars$3325
Euros€3085
Japanese Yen¥429125

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George Michael Signed Jesus To A Child Soundwaves Art Print Orange Black

FREE SHIPPING On Limited Edition Tim Wakefield Memorabilia Art Work
George Michael Signed Jesus To A Child Soundwaves Art Print Orange Black

Date: 2009

Signed By: George Michael & Tim Wakefield

Edition: 50 Prints World Wide

Dimensions: Canvas size: 41" x 41"

Condition: New - Mint

Medium: Archival Giclee On Canvas

British Pounds£2500
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Euros€3085
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George Michael Signed Jesus To A Child Soundwaves Art Print Orange Green

FREE SHIPPING On Limited Edition Tim Wakefield Memorabilia Art Work
George Michael Signed Jesus To A Child Soundwaves Art Print Orange Green

Date: 2008

Signed By: George Michael

Edition: 6 Copies Only

Dimensions: Canvas size: 41" x 41"

Condition: New / Mint

Medium: Archival Giclee On Canvas

British Pounds£2500
US Dollars$3325
Euros€3085
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George Michael Signed Prints

It was not until George Michael formed the duo Wham!
together with Andrew Ridgeley in 1981 that George Michael
was successful. The band's first album, Fantastic scored #1
in the UK and produced a series of top 10 singles including
"Wham Rap! (Enjoy What You Do?)" and "Club Tropicana". Their
second album, Make It Big, was the breakthrough that made
the duo international superstars, scoring #1 on the charts
in the US. Singles from that album included "Wake Me Up
Before You Go-Go", "Freedom", "Everything She Wants", and
"Careless Whisper", the latter of which also became George
Michael's first solo effort as a single.
George Michael also sang on the original Band Aid recording
of "Do They Know It's Christmas" and donated the profits
from "Last Christmas/Everything She Wants" to the charity.
In addition, he contributed background vocals to David
Cassidy's 1985 hit "The Last Kiss", as well as Elton John's
1985 successes "Nikita" and "Wrap Her Up". In an exclusive
foray into popular journalism, in 1985 George Michael also
interviewed David Cassidy for David Litchfield's legendary
Ritz Newspaper.

Wham!'s tour of China in April 1985, the first visit to
China by a Western popular music act, generated enormous
worldwide media coverage, much of it centered on George
Michael. The tour was documented by celebrated film director
Lindsay Anderson and producer Martin Lewis in their film
Foreign Skies: Wham! In China and contributed to George
Michael's ever-increasing fame.

With the success of George Michael's solo singles, "Careless
Whisper" (1984) and "A Different Corner" (1986), rumours of
an impending termination of Wham! intensified. The duo
officially separated during the summer of 1986 after
releasing a farewell single, "The Edge Of Heaven" and a
singles compilation, The Final, plus a sell-out concert at
Wembley Stadium that included the world premiere of the
China film. The Wham! partnership ended officially with the
commercially unsuccessful single "Where Did Your Heart Go?",
which reached a peak of #50 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100
chart in November 1986.


George Michael desired to create music for a more
sophisticated audience than the duo's primarily teenage
fanbase. The beginning of his solo career, during early
1987, was a duet with soul music icon Aretha Franklin. "I
Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" was a one-off project that
helped George Michael achieve an ambition by singing with
one of his favourite artists, and it scored number one on
both the UK Singles Chart and the Billboard Hot 100 upon its
release.

For George Michael, it became his third consecutive solo
number-one in the UK from three releases, after 1984's
"Careless Whisper" (though the single was actually from the
Wham! album "Make It Big") and 1986's "A Different Corner".
The single was also the first Michael had recorded as a solo
artist which he had not written himself. The co-writer,
Simon Climie, was unknown at the time, although he would
have success as a performer with the band Climie Fisher in
1988. With this song, George Michael won a Grammy Award
during 1988 for Best R&B Performance - Duo or Group with
Vocal.