1970s Vintage Distressed Harlem Globetrotters shirt . This amazing vintage find is an original promotional t-shirt advertising Martin Scorsese’s 1978 film, The Last Waltz. The movie is considered one of the greatest documentary concert films ever made, and it centers around a farewell concert staged by the beloved Canadian-American rock band, The Band.The Band originated as a group of musicians called the Hawks, who served as the backing band for rockabilly singer, Ronnie Hawkins. They backed folk legend Bob Dylan for some time, before releasing their own records as The Band in the late 60s. Over the years, The Band managed to have a major influence over the evolution of rock music and helped to inspire other groups like the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. Some of their most memorable hits included “The Weight” “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down”, and “Up on Cripple Creek”.
1970s Vintage Distressed Harlem Globetrotters shirt,hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt
1970s Vintage Distressed Harlem Globetrotters shirt . This cool vintage tee pays tribute to the English new wave singer, Adam Ant, and the shirt commemorates his debut solo album Friend or Foe. Adam Ant first rose to fame as the lead singer of his band Adam and the Ants. There were two iterations of the group. The first released the album Dirk Wears White Sox, before former Sex Pistols manager, Malcolm McLaren, swept in and took the Ants to serve as the backing band for a new singer, Annabella Lwin, eventually forming the group Bow Wow Wow. A new version of Adam and the Ants was subsequently formed and they released two albums before Ant decided he wanted to pursue a solo career.