80s Molly Hatchet Beatin the Odds Frazetta Henley t-shirt Medium

Chest 18 in.

Length 30 in.

Content: 85% Cotton, 15% Polyester

Tag Brand: Unbranded

This awesome light green henley tee is for the band Molly Hatchet and the back features an incredible image painted by famed fantasy artist Frank Frazetta. The shirt celebrates the group's third album Beatin' the Odds which was released in 1980. This was the first album to feature the new vocalist Jimmy Farrar who replaced Danny Joe Brown. Without Brown's vocals the band started to drift away from their original southern rock sound and instead moved toward a more of a hard rock influence. Beatin' the Odds included the songs "The Rambler", "Get Her Back", and "Few and Far Between".

The band followed the release with their next album Take no Prisoners, and they became very successful on the touring circuit. The band became known for their album covers which featured epic heroic fantasy art from famous painters like Frank Frazetta, Boris Vallejo, and Paul R. Gregory.

Fits like a modern unisex adult medium. There are spots on the back near the graphic, see pics


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