70s Frank Zappa Novelty Weave t-shirt Women's Small

Chest 15.5 in.

Length 23.5 in. 

Content: Feels like a cotton blend

Tag Brand: No tag

This white vintage t-shirt has a design of the Rock 'n Roll musician Frank Zappa. The graphic is of Zappa sitting at his desk with a cigarette in his mouth and his legs crossed. The sleeveless t-shirt has raw surged edges. The fabric of the t-shirt is a novelty weave.

Frank began his career in the late 50's recording for the soundtracks for low budget movies including The World's Greatest Sinner and Run Home Slow. He later took over Paul Buff's Original Sound studio renaming it Studio Z. In the late 1960s Zappa joined The Mothers of Invention as a guitarist and co-lead singer. They debuted there first studio album Freak Out! in 1966, a double album. After the Mothers band's equipment was burnt in an accident at the Casino de Montreux and an attack on stage by an audience member Frank Zappa began forming and touring with smaller groups. He recorded his Top 10 album Apostrophe in 1974. 

This shirt is an Adult Small.




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