80s Molly Hatchet The Deed Is Done Tour Rock t-shirt Small

$249.99 USD

Chest 17 in.

Length 25.5 in.

Content: 100% Cotton

Tag Brand: Screen Stars

This awesome double-sided concert tee is for the southern rock band Molly Hatchet and the shirt is a souvenir from the 1985-1986 concert tour that promoted their album The Deed is Done. The shirt features some awesome fantasy graphic that were showcased on the packaging for the album. These intense high fantasy illustrations were typical for the band, but unlike many of their famous album covers which were often designed by Frank Frazetta, this one was painted by the artist Ezra Tucker.

Molly Hatchet was formed in Florida in the early 70s and over the years they have released multiple platinum selling albums and Billboard hits including "The Rambler", "Satisfied Man", and "Flirtin' With Disaster". The Deed is Done was released in 1984, and it was the first Molly Hatchet album to feature only two guitarists as Steve Holland left the band and was replaced instead by keyboardist Danny Joe Brown. The album is notable for straying away from the typical southern rock sound found on their other releases, and it marked the band's transition towards a more hard rock sound. It was the group's final release with Epic Records, and their last album to breach the Billboard charts.  

The tag says medium but this shirt fits like a modern unisex adult small.