80s Richard Marx Don't Mean Nothing Tour 1987 t-shirt Small

$119.99 USD

Chest 16.5 in.

Length 22 in.

Content: Feels like 100% Cotton

Tag Brand: Spring Ford

This vintage concert tee is for adult contemporary artist Richard Marx and the shirt commemorates his debut concert tour in 1987, which was named after his hit single "Don't Mean Nothing". The single was released alongside his eponymous debut album, which wound up going triple platinum. "Don't Mean Nothing" peaked at the No. 3 spot on the Billboard Hot 100, and also topped the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. The single's popularity was aided by its music video featuring Cynthia Rhodes, which was a favorite on MTV. The song also earned Marx a Grammy nomination for "Best Rock Vocal Performance-Solo", an impressive feat considering how green the singer was, as he was nominated alongside seasoned icons like Bruce Springsteen, Tina Turner, Bob Seger, and Joe Cocker. 

Marx began touring as an opener for REO Speedwagon, before gathering enough of a following to headline his own shows. His second album Repeat Offender reached the same level of success as his debut, also going triple platinum. It featured the number one single "Right Here Waiting".

The tag says medium but this shirt fits like a modern unisex adult small. This shirt is short, please check measurements.