This orange vintage t-shirt is a very rare find! The t-shirt has a design for Crosby Stills & Young. Each of the four musicians has a picture with their name above it. The quartet's second performance at their formation was at the 1969 Woodstock Festival. This shirt is from the late 60s, around the time that the group was formed and performed at Woodstock.
Crosby, Stills and Nash were a legendary folk rock group composed of David Crosby who had sung and written songs with the Byrds, Stephen Stills and Neil Young who had been with Buffalo Springfield, and Graham Nash who had played with the Hollies. The three founding members, Crosby, Stills and Nash, discovered their chemistry at a party at Joni Mitchell's house singing a Stills song "You Don't Have To Cry". They began performing together in '68 and would be together as a group intermittently until 1976. The supergroup was noted for their intricate harmonies, turbulent interpersonal relationships, and political activism.
The group signed a record contract together for Atlantic Records in 1969. Their first album involving Young was released the following year. It was titled Deja Vu and it became one of their best selling albums, reaching the number one spot on several international charts. It included the singles "Woodstock", "Teach Your Children", and "Our House".