One of the most remarkable protest songs, ‘Strange Fruit,’ was performed most famously by Billie Holiday.
The stunning jazz vocalist first sang and recorded it in 1939, and it came to symbolize the brutality and racism of the practice of lynching in America's South.
Since 1939 it has been covered by a plethora of singers, and it still has power today. Though arguably Billie’s version remains the best - In 1999, Time magazine named her first studio version the "song of the century".
This cushion cover features an image of that 1939 single. It’s a little bit of history, from one of the most extraordinary women and singers of our time.
40 Oz. Made of 50% cotton / 50% polyester material; soft and comfortable texture.
- With pre-shrunk fabric, machine washable at 60℃.
- Zippered opening style.
- Both functional and decorative.
- Insert are NOT included.