80s Elton John Jump Up Tour t-shirt Small
Chest 17 in.
Length 26.5 in.
Content: 50% cotton, 50% polyester
Tag Brand: The Knits
This classic concert tee pays tribute to Elton John's Jump Up Tour circa 1982. It's held up beautifully and perfectly captures that old school rocker vibe. Features a cool jersey style, ringer sleeves, and v-neck collar.
Jump Up! featured the iconic track "Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny)", dedicated to John Lennon, and "Legal Boys" which was co-written by Tim Rice, who would later go on to help John write lyrics for The Lion King and The Road to El Dorado.
"Blue Eyes" was the biggest hit from the album, charting the top of Billboard Adult Contemporary. This was the last album to feature James Newton Howard on keyboards. John's next album was Too Low for Zero in 1983, which included the songs "I'm Still Standing" and "That's Why They Call It The Blues". The latter featured Stevie Wonder on harmonica.
Elton John's legacy continues to live on strong thanks to his amazing musical works, super loyal fans, and incredible rock collectibles like this vintage t-shirt.
Fits like a modern unisex adult small. Double sided print. Three stripes on the shoulder, see pics.