80s The Heats Ordinary Girls Distressed Rock t-shirt Extra Large

$129.99 USD

Chest 22 in.

Length 26.5 in.

Content: 100% Cotton

Tag Brand: Hanes

This cool vintage band tee is for the Seattle-based band The Heats. This shirt features a portrait of the band members: Keith Lilly, Ken Deans, Don Short, and Steve Pearson. The portrait was taken by Colleen Chartier and used as the cover of the band's 1980 single "I Don't Like Your Face", which featured "Ordinary Girls" as its B-side. Both of these songs were also included on the group's debut album from 1980, titled Have An idea.

Before the grunge movement put on spotlight on Seattle, The Heats were one of the most popular local bands that the city had to offer. They were even granted the opportunity to tour the US with Heart and The Knack. Heart's guitarist, Howard Leese helped to produce the LP of Have An Idea, however the band never found much mainstream fame. Still, The Heats are remembered fondly by members of the Seattle music scene that were around during the late 70s and early 80s.

Fits like a modern unisex adult Extra Large. This shirt is soft and distressed with fading, holes, and discoloration throughout, see pics.