Linda Perry is a singer-songwriter, producer and record label owner, formally of the band 4 Non Blondes. She is best known for the song “What’s Up,” released in 1993.
Her 1929 white Mason & Hamlin baby grand piano, which she owned for many years, was used to write music for such artists as Pink, Gwen Stefani, Julia Iglesias, Juliette and the Licks, and many more. This piano is decorated with the signatures of 24 musicians and actors using an art decal application.
In 2014, she auctioned it off at a fundraiser for L.A.’s Gay & Lesbian Center’s “An Evening with Women.” The winning bid was $15,000 and went to Aussie actress, model and singer Ruby Rose. Ruby, known for her look-alike Justin Bieber haircut, made the piano famous by posting a photo of herself sitting at the piano with six Bieber plates leaning against the stand.
In June 2015, Ruby Rose placed the piano for auction on eBay with the winning bid going for $13,000.00.