This awesome vintage shirt is for the iconic rock band the Who in support of their 1982 Tour. The Who originally intended for their 1982 Tour to promote their album It's Hard, but after all of the plans were made, it was announced that it would also be their last tour. 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". 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 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 in 1985 and 1988.
The t-shirt is double-sided. The back has their album cover art for It's Hard was designed by Graham Hughes. The image is of a boy playing the Atari arcade video game Space Duel. The front has an image of a desert earth with a large stone engraved with America Tour and one remaining red folding chair in front of the stone. This jersey style shirt is black with white raglan sleeves. The sleeves are three-quarter length.
Fits like a modern unisex adult small. There are some small holes, see pics.