Let it snow!
Let it snow! Let it snow! Every year the snow begins to fall around the world when the temperature drops below freezing. For some, the coming winter months means trying to keep warm, for others, to go somewhere warm. Whichever camp you find yourself in, there isn’t anything you can do about it because it’s going to snow.
The year was 1945, Hollywood, California when lyricist Sammy Cahn and composer Jule Styne wrote the holiday song ‘Let it Snow!’. First recorded by Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra the song rocketing to #1 with the Billboard music chart in 1946. Ever since then, many performers have recorded their rendition of this beautiful song with lovely lyrics. By the way, our all time favorite version of Let it Snow! is by Leon Redbone, take a listen, you’ll enjoy it we’re certain.
Printed on Museum Quality heavyweight paper with Archival inks, signed by Elvis and hammer stamped with our ES logo mark available in two sizes.
11×14 inch Print – $48.00
18×24 inch Print – $135.00
$48.00 – $135.00