70s Rolling Stones 1975 Tour Distressed Concert t-shirt Large

$999.99 USD

Chest 20 in.

Length 23.5 in.

Content: Feels like cotton blend

Tag Brand: No tag

This amazing vintage tee celebrates the legendary English rock band the Rolling Stones, and it is a souvenir from a concert tour held by the band all the way back in 1975. The Stones are one of the most prolific and enduring rock bands of the modern era. The group's career spans more than six decades, and they got their start playing covers in small venues like the Marquee Club and the Ealing Jazz Club back in the early 60s. They began touring shortly after, and by 1966 they released their first studio album featuring all original material, titled Aftermath.

By the 1970s the Stones had become international superstars. Their first album of the decade, Sticky Fingers, saw the debut of what would become their iconic tongue and lips logo. Sticky Fingers was also the first of  their eight consecutive number one albums in the US. The 1975 tour followed the release of their record It's Only Rock 'n Roll, which was the last album to feature guitarist Mick Taylor. It was also the first release following the departure of the band's long time producer Jimmy Miller. The record was instead produced by Keith Richards and Mick Jagger, who were credited under the pseudonym The Glimmer Twins. Taylor wound up being replaced by Ronnie Wood, who joined the group as a touring member in 1975 and then officially the following year.

The Rolling Stones' legacy continued to flourish into the 80s, 90s, and even the 21st century. Their two best-selling albums, Some Girls and Tattoo You, were both released following the 1975 tour. With 200 million record sales under their belt, the group is ranked among such influential rock legends as Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and the Beatles, and this shirt is a unique find from one of their many iconic concerts.

Fits like a modern unisex adult large. This shirt is distressed with multiple spots and holes throughout, see pics.