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Handmade Tie Music Scenes


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Handmade Tie with 
Music Scenes and Music Notes and Symbols

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Handmade Tie Music Scenes
It comes with Music Notes and Symbols to really make it stand out.
This beautiful handmade tie will look great on any gigging musician…and anybody for that matter.
People still wear ties, and the Audience loves it when they do!
Musicians are always looking for a way to stand out and be unique. This Handmade Tie is going to do just that!
Makes a great Holiday or Birthday Gift and it can be given for any special occation, and given just because.


The origin of the necktie can be traced back to the 17th Century, during the 30 Years’ War (1618-1648). The French hired Croatian mercenaries who wore traditional knotted neckerchiefs around their necks as part of their uniform. This held the top of their jackets together and was more practical than stiff collars.

What does the tie symbolize?

Above all, Neckties have always symbolized nobility, honor, and order. Originating in 17th century Europe, Croatian mercenaries serving in France were the first to wear knotted neckerchiefs.  They signal their position and alliances. King Louis XIV of France admired the neckwear so much, he began wearing ties as a status style item.


Musicians have always loved rocking ties. Perhaps because it’s a great way to flip off the establishment while looking oh so respectable. Or maybe it’s that wearing a tie will always make you appear put-together, no matter what havoc you wreaked the night before.
First, As these rockers (and rappers) show us, a tie worn with a mix of casual and tailored clothing can have gobs of attitude—as long as you know how to finesse your look the right way.
Here, we’ll look at ways to mix up textures (knit tie, chambray shirt) and tones (bright blue tie, light blue oxford shirt), or just say screw it and pick a polka dot tie, a striped shirt, and two different socks and see what happens.
Secondly, To help get you psyched on liberating your tie from meetings, weddings and job interviews, here’s a survey of rock ’n’ roll freedom fighters wearing rebellious neckwear like total bosses—and not the kind that sit in boardrooms.
The Rolling Stones
This image may contain Brian Jones Bill Wyman Clothing Apparel Shoe Footwear Suit Coat Overcoat Jeff Beck and Human
2006 Getty Images
Finally, One of the reasons musicians love ties is that they lend an air of respectability and professionalism to even the most reckless and ragtag crews. Just ask the Rolling Stones, pictured here at a 1965 court appearance looking like the sharpest bunch of delinquents you’d ever want to hang with. Mick’s square tie with the broken mismatched suit (an early Stones trademark to differentiate them from the Beatles) is a nice touch of sprezz.


In addition, Other Famous Musicians that wore ties are:
Sam Cooke, Johnny Rotton, Albert Hammond Jr., Robert Palmer, André 3000, Janelle Monae and many many more!
Handmade Tie Music Scenes

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