70s KCKC Country Sunshine ABC-Dot Records t-shirt Extra Small

Chest 15.5 in.

Length 22 in.

Content: 100% cotton

Tag Brand: Stanley Underwear

This cool vintage tee pays homage to KCKC 1350 AM and ABC-Dot Records with double sided graphics. The front graphic is for the radio station, KCKC Country Sunshine, which is local to the Riverside-San Bernardino, California area. The station was the area's premier country radio from the late 40s until the late 80s, when another country station came on the air and it changed its format.

The back graphic is for ABC-Dot records, which recorded a wide array of music including country, R&B, rockabilly, gospel, polkas, and waltzes. Dot Records was founded back in 1950 and it operated as an independent label for a time until ownership changed hands throughout the 60s and 70s. It finally ended up with ABC in 1974 and the label's name was officially changed to ABC-Dot Records, which it remained until it closed in 1978. Some artists that made records with Dot include Liberace, the Andrews Sisters, Danny Kaye, Lawrence Welk, and Louis Prima.

Tag says small but fits like a modern unisex adult extra small. Some light spots on the front, see pics.


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