80s The Who Kids Are Alright t-shirt Medium
Chest 19 in.
Length 28 in.
This vintage tee pays tribute to The Who's 1989 The Kids Are Alright Tour. It's been loved on hard over the years, giving it that perfectly worn in look and feel. Features awesome double-sided print, old school graphics, and nice cotton feel.
This tour was a reunion and celebration of the rock band's 25th anniversary. The anniversary wasn't actually of the band's formation but rather the year when they were joined by their late drummer Keith Moon. It featured Simon Phillips on drums and Steve "Boltz" Bolten on guitar backing Pete Townsend, who had gained hearing problems over the years due to tinnitus.
This '89 tour included three charity shows featuring the rock opera Tommy performed in its entirety for the first time since 1970. Special guests Elton John, Phil Collins, and Billy Idol were included in these performances. Shows during the tour often ran for three hours or more and set lists varied from point to point. Following the tour, the band was inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990.
Fits like a modern unisex adult medium. Many small holes and some repairs, this shirt is distressed.