70s Gilley's Club Pasadena Texas Honky Tonk Sweatshirt Medium
Chest 21 in.
Length 21.5 in.
Sleeve 20 in.
Content: 50/50 Cotton/Polyester
Tag Brand: CTMI
This vintage raglan sweatshirt is a souvenir from Gilley's Club in Pasadena, Texas. Gilley's was a famous music venue beloved by country music fans in the great state of Texas. It was named after country music legend Mickey Gilley who was best known for his hits "Room Full of Roses" and "Don't the Girls All Get Prettier at Closing Time". Gilley owned the nightclub along with Sherwood Cryer, who had invited the singer to join him as a partner for his existing bar. The club opened in 1971 and lasted until 1989, when Gilley and Cryer had a falling out that lead to the venue being closed. The club was also featured as the main setting for the 1980 James Bridges film Urban Cowboy.
Tag says large but this sweatshirt fits like a modern unisex adult medium.