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Burton History Trees bring to life the history of your favorite sports team or musical era. The content of each tree in uniquely arranged in chronological order and sized by significance. Thus, the story is told, from the beginning to end, without turning pages. By combining names, images and sketches, Burton creates a one of a kind piece of art that is the ideal conversation piece. A Burton History Tree is the perfect gift for any sports or music enthusiast. A Burton History Tree is a one of a kind piece of art. The tree tells a story and history unfolds before your eyes. The concept is unprecedented, and it is an essential piece of memorabilia for the music lover’s art collection. Everything you may have ever wanted to know about your favorite musical genre is pieced together due to Burton’s critical thought, labor, patience and love for music. A Burton Music Tree makes the perfect gift for anyone who loves music history. A Burton Family Tree is like an art history course…for rockers!

British Rock

British Rock
Family Tree of British Rock, by Bruce Burton.

American Rock

American Rock
Family Tree of American Rock, by Bruce Burton; 1989

Heavy Metal

Heavy Metal
Family Tree of Heavy Metal by Bruce Burton

Blues

Blues
Mama Yancey, Charley Patton, Eva Taylor, Memphis Minnie, Clarence Lofton, Blind Lemon, Alex Stewart, WC Handy, Bessie Smith, Blind Blake, Mamie Smith Headline the Family Tree of Blues by Bruce Burton.

Nineties

Nineties
Landscaped around the skyline of Seattle and Cleveland, Bruce Burton’s latest offering, Family Tree of Nineties, gives insight into the bands, artists and performers that shaped the last decade of the

Eighties

Eighties
Berlin and New York City headline Family Tree of Eighties, by Bruce Burton. This edition of the decade trees features Led Zeppelin, Jefferson Airplane, Jackson Five, Elvis Presley, Funkadelic, Janis

Seventies

Seventies
"Family Tree of Seventies" by Bruce Burton is the second in a series of Rock and Roll portraits of the decades.

Sixties

Sixties
"Family Tree of Sixties" by Bruce Burton is the first in a series of Rock and Roll portraits of the Decades Bands.


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