80s The Who 1982 American Tour Rock t-shirt Small
Chest 16.5 in.
Length 26 in.
Content: 100% Cotton
Tag Brand: Screen Stars
This awesome double-sided concert t-shirt is for the iconic rock band The Who from their 1982 Tour of America. The Who originally planned for the Tour to promote their album It's Hard, but it was later announced that this would be their last tour as well. The band performed two warm up shows in Birmingham, England while the remainder of all of the tour stops were in North America. The core of the set list included new songs from It's Hard such as "Dangerous", "It's Hard", "Eminence Front", and "Cry If You Want". The song "My Generation", which was usually a set list staple, wasn't played until the 14th show of the tour. It was also played as a show-opener for the first time in the band's career.
It's Hard was the tenth studio album for the band. It was their last work produced with the Warner Bros record label, and the English rock band didn't release anything else until Endless Wire in 2006. The tour would also be the last time that drummer Kenney Jones performed with The Who. Despite stating that The Who would not appear together again, there were two reunions later, first in 1985 at Live Aid at Wembley Stadium and then their The Kids Are Alright Reunion Tour in 1988.
Fits like a modern unisex adult small.