90s Entire Evening With Natalie Cole Concert t-shirt Extra Large

Chest 22.5 in.

Length 29 in.

Content: Feels like 100% cotton

Tag Brand: Heatwave

This amazing graphic tee remembers the soul and R&B singer Natalie Cole. It was from one of her concerts and features a large, double sided graphic promoting "An Entire Evening with Natalie Cole." The shirt calls her Cool Cole and hails her as having "unforgettable appeal" and as being "the bomb." Natalie Cole was born into music as the daughter of jazz musician Nat King Cole and orchestra singer Maria Hawkins Ellington. She appeared on her father's album The Magic of Christmas at only 6 years old and started performing shortly after.

Cole skyrocketed to stardom with her debut album, Inseparable, which was heavily inspired by Aretha Franklin. She won the 1976 Grammy Award for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance, actually beating Franklin for the distinction. She released several more albums before her personal issues with drug addiction began to affect her career. Cole entered rehab and later made a comeback in the late 80s. Some of her big hits from this era included "Jump Start (My Heart)" and "I Live for Your Love."

Her best-selling album of all time, Unforgettable... With Love, was released in 1991. This album saw Cole sing her father's famous songs, which she had refused to do up until this point. During the album's title song, "Unforgettable," Cole sings a duet with her late father which was achievable thanks to high quality recording equipment. This shirt was most likely from a show Natalie Cole did in Pasadena, California in 1992. The concert, called the "Unforgettable Concert," was a tribute from Cole to her late father and included the duet between the two.

Fits like a modern unisex adult Extra Large


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