80s Jimmy Page The Firm Tour Dates Rock t-shirt Medium
Chest 19.5 in.
Length 26 in.
Content: Feels like cotton blend
Tag Brand: Unreadable
This awesome double-sided t-shirt features a portrait of one of the most legendary guitarists of all time, Jimmy Page of the band Led Zeppelin. However, this shirt is from a concert tour of an entirely different band that Page was a part of. The tee is a keepsake from a tour of The Firm, a supergroup from the mid 80s that featured Page, Paul Rodgers from Bad Company, Chris Slade of AC/DC, and bassist Tony Franklin, who actually got his big break when he joined the band.
The Firm only released two albums, a self-titled debut in 1985 and its follow-up Mean Business released the following year. Both Page and Rodgers had been dealing with the breakup of their former bands. Led Zeppelin had broken up in 1980, following the death of their talented drummer John Bonham. This lead to Page participating in several collaborative projects throughout the early 80s. The guitarist was eager to continue creating music. Rodgers recognized this restless need for a creative outlet and decided they needed to form a new band. The Firm is probably best remembered for their songs "Radioactive", "All the King;s Horses", and "Satisfaction Guaranteed".
Fits like a modern unisex adult medium. There is a small repair and a spot on the front, see pics.