70s Paul McCartney Wings Band on the Run t-shirt Medium

$399.99 USD

Chest 18 in.

Length 25 in.

Content: 100% Cotton

Tag Brand: Hanes

This incredible tie-dyed t-shirt is an original from the 1970s, and it celebrates Paul McCartney and Wings. The group was short-lived, as they were only active from 1971 to 1981, but during that period they managed to release several hit songs which included "Band on the Run", "Jet", "Listen to What the Man Said", "Silly Love Songs", and "Let 'Em In". This shirt features a winged logo with a red rose at the center, suggesting that it was likely made during the band's earlier days, when they released their second album Red Rose Speedway.

Paul McCartney is of course best known for being a part of arguably the biggest rock group of the 1960s, The Beatles. After the group broke up in 1970, McCartney fell into a bit of a depression before his wife, Linda McCartney, encouraged him to continue his work as a musician. After releasing two solo albums, McCartney and his wife formed this new band, and they along with Denny Laine, remained its primary members throughout the group's tenure.

Paul McCartney and Wings was a standout venture that resulted from the Beatles' break-up. While the other members' solo careers tapered off, McCartney enjoyed significant commercial success. The band's 1977 single "Mull of Kintyre"/"Girls School" actually wound up becoming one of the best-selling UK singles of all time.

Fits like a modern unisex adult medium. There are several holes and a spot from a previous repair, see pics.