A Musical Celebration of Miles Davis & Edith Piaf Tomorrow

Don’t forget, music fans! The Miles Davis and Edith Piaf (Forever®) stamps will be issued tomorrow in New York City!

The First Day of Issue ceremony will begin at 11 a.m. at the Rubin Museum of Art. The dedication will include performances of both of the musical greats’ songs. Singer and actor Maria Elena Infantino will play Piaf, and musicians from the prestigious Julliard School will perform some of Davis’ hits. A host of other music industry greats will be at the event to celebrate these two iconic performers. You won’t want to miss it!

For the first time in U.S. Postal Service history, each of the Miles Davis and Edith Piaf stamp panes will include a QR code on the back, linking users who scan the code with their cell phones to images and songs about both musicians.

In the mean time, you can pre-order your Miles Davis and Edith Piaf (Forever®) stamps now!

We can’t wait for tomorrow! Will you be joining us?

Name, image and likeness of Miles Davis with permission from Miles Davis Properties, LLC.

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