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Pretenders

Over the years, the Pretenders became a vehicle for guitarist/vocalist Chrissie Hynde's songwriting, yet it was a full-fledged band when it was formed in the late '70s.

With their initial records, the group crossed the bridge between punk/new wave and Top 40 pop more than any other band, recording a series of hard, spiky singles that were also melodic and immediately accessible. 

Hynde was an invigorating, sexy singer who bent the traditional male roles of rock & roll to her own liking, while guitarist James Honeyman-Scott created a sonic palette filled with suspended chords, effects pedals, and syncopated rhythms that proved remarkably influential over the next two decades.

After Honeyman-Scott's death, the Pretenders became a more straightforward rock band, yet Hynde's semi-autobiographical songwriting and bracing determination meant that the group never became just another rock band, even when their music became smoother and more pop-oriented.

We stock some awesome Pretenders Band Concert Posters.

Available in different sizes and printed on high quality 210gsm paper, you'll find no unsightly pin holes, stains or creases.

In fact, they look like they could have come straight off the press from the original print run. Will look fantastic framed on your man cave, office, bar or living room wall.

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  1. Blondie / Pretenders 'Royal Theatre' - Canberra Australia 2010

    $19.99

    FRAMING NOT INCLUDED BUT AVAILABLE.
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  2. Pretenders / Paul Kelly / Church 'An Evening on the Green' - Perth, Australia 2007

    $19.99

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  3. Talking Heads / Simple Minds / Pretenders 'Narara Festival' - Narara Australia 1984

    $19.99

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    Available in 4 different sizes
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