90s The Band Jericho Album Big Pink Cover t-shirt Large
Chest 22.5 in.
Length 29 in.
Content: 100% Cotton
Tag Brand: Lee
This sweet band tee is for The Band, a roots rock group that was formed in Toronto back in the late 60s. This t-shirt commemorates a performance given by the group at Woodstock '94, and the front of the tee features a graphic of the cover used for their eighth studio release, Jericho. The cover for this album was painted by the famous psychedelic artist Peter Max, and it depicts "Big Pink", a house in West Saugerties, which is where the group recorded the album The Basement Tapes with Bob Dylan, and also where they wrote their debut album, aptly titled Music from Big Pink.
Released in 1993, Jericho featured a lineup consisting of Rick Danko, Levon Helm, Garth Hudson, Richard Bell, Randy Ciarlante, and Jim Weider, making it the first album to include this iteration of The Band. The album also featured a considerable amount of guest musicians, which would become a common practice for the group's subsequent releases. The Band was also accompanied by several guests during their set at Woodstock '94. These included Hot Tuna, Bruce Hornsby, Roger McGuinn, Bob Weir, and Rob Wasserman.
Fits like a modern unisex adult over-sized large. There is a spot on the back, see pics.