80s See Factor Blue Oyster Cult Tour 1980 Faded t-shirt Medium

$299.99 USD

Chest 18.5 in.

Length 25 in.

Content: 100% Cotton

Tag Brand: Box Tag

This cool double-sided shirt is from a North American concert tour for the band Blue Oyster Cult, which took place in 1980. The front of the shirt features a logo for See Factory, a production company that was founded and named after Bob See, a former employee  at Bill Graham's famous Fillmore East venue in New York City. See served as the technical director at the Fillmore right up until it closed in 1971, but from there he continued his production work, staging tours for an array of notable acts including Aerosmith, Rod Stewart, David Bowie, Rush, and Rainbow. Eventually See Factor went international and expanded to include offices in Los Angeles and London, as well as their original New York headquarters.

This shirt is from a Blue Oyster Cult concert tour that was produced by See Factor. The tour took place during one of BOC's most commercially successful eras, and it was launched the same year the group released their seventh studio album Cultosaurus Erectus. This most recent album only reached gold status, but Blue Oyster Cult were still managing to pack large venues, and they even did a co-headlining tour with Black Sabbath. Their follow up album, Fire of the Unknown, would include one of the band's most popular hits, "Burnin' For You".  

Fits like a modern unisex adult medium. This shirt is a faded black.