90s The Pogues Hell's Ditch Tour Band t-shirt Extra Large

Chest 22.5 in.

Length 27.5 in.

Content: Feels like 100% Cotton

Tag Brand: Unbranded

This cool double-sided tee is for the folk punk band The Pogues and it commemorates the band's Hell's Ditch Tour. The tour promoted their album of the same name. The album was the last to feature front man Shane MacGowan and it was produced by Joe Strummer, who is famous for having served as the drummer for the iconic punk band The Clash. Strummer ended up serving as a temporary replacement for MacGowen when the band went on tour to promote the album.

The Pogues were formed in 1982 in Kings Cross in London. Their original name was Pogue Mahone, which was an anglicisation of the Irish Gaelic phrase pog mo thoin which means "kiss my arse". After the departure of MacGowen, Spider Stacy provided lead vocals for the group until their break up in 1996.

Fits like a modern unisex adult Extra Large. There are some very light spots on the front near the bottom, see pics.






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