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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Stanford Guitar, Feb 17, 2020.
Not a Dead fan but I gotta admit that's a cool T.
It's never too late to tune in and turn on. This will make you a fan!
That's a great shirt, and they had many, but I have to go with this one. Although, I have to admit, it's mostly because of the story behind it. For those who may not know the story, Lithuania had gained their independence, but were too broke to send their basketball team to the Olympics. When the Grateful Dead heard about it, they wrote a big check and sent it, along with a box of these t-shirts, to the team. The team wore them on the podium when they received their bronze medals. Pretty cool.
^^^ Wait a minute, you have one of these shirts??!!!! Incredible story.
I had one, and wore it often, until it was tattered and worn out. You can still find them for sale on the internet. It was truly a great story, and I was quite proud to be deadhead. Not to mention, I'm 25% Lithuanian.
I think the last shirt I had with concert dates
was an old Savoy Brown shirt.
Maybe in attic.
i bought one concert shirt...after a few weeks of wear and washing the collar was twice as large as the original size and the body of the shirt shrunk...how is it possible for one to get larger and the other to shrink...i never bought another concert shirt
Many have tried, all have failed. I just cant understand the appeal.
ZZ Top 2005
I had that shirt! Those Ventura shows were great!
THAT clip wont get any fans! Europe '72! Spin that album or try this! Fast forward to 3:25 for a sweet lesson on guitar solos! I think it's a perfect guitar solo!
I thought this one was cool when I got it, but I don't have it anymore.
^^^ That was Jerry's last show.
Don't you mean, "Most underrated Tee shirts?" OP?
Not a lot shirt, but handed out to local crew...Spring 91. Wish I still had some of my old lot shirts that disintegrated.
When I was 21....it was a very good year....
Frampton walks off stage for the very last time.