Clothes of the Seventies, Rock Concert T-shirts

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Lindy - November 19, 2008 - Report this comment
I went to alot of concerts in the 70s and always bought a shirt from each one. You always wore your t-shirt the next day at school. When you walked throught the halls you could tell who went to it. I still buy them today but they cost alot more now then back in the 70s. The most recent one I have is from April '08 from the Van Halen reunion tour.
crazy amy - December 29, 2008 - Report this comment
hey,nfl4sale, are you trying to sell us something?i gotta say yours was one of the most interesting comments ive seen-NOT! if the above was an accident(im pretty ignorant on getting the computer to do what i want it to)then -cool i wish you love and happiness and loads of cash.but if this was an attempt to sell stuff-way uncool as we are just aging nostalgia buffs who want to reminisce with each other and maybe once in a while say HEY,i know where you could buy one of those.even the chinese/japanese are probably annoyed,BUT,in the spirit of the 70's ive gotta say"HAVE A NICE DAY":)
Laurie - August 12, 2009 - Report this comment
I loved my rock concert t-shirts! you ALWAYS wore them to school the next day! I got my first one from a Journey concert summer 1980 at Atwood Stadium in Flint, MI - Pat Benatar opened for Eddy Money who opened for Journey. I wore my t-shirts till they were threadbare then my kids wore them as pj's when they were toddlers. Went back home 1 year ago and found a t-shirt my mom had saved for me from Journey's 1982 concert at Joe Louis arena in Detroit - perfect condition. My daughter wore it to school for 70/80s day this past year and her teachers loved it!! Will try to submit a picture of it.
Dean - June 28, 2010 - Report this comment
Yeah, it was the thing to wear your arena rock t-shirt the day after the concert, which was often a month or so after you'd camped out overnight in a line to buy tickets with your friends. As someone interested more in punk/postpunk/etc at the time, I and my friends scorned concert t-shirts as "too 70s," but they really are typical of a period from the early 70s to the early 80s. Where I lived in the late 70s, Van Halen and the Rolling Stones were the most popular concerts to attend, with even teachers taking off from school to camp out for Rolling Stones tickets.
Lindy - December 22, 2010 - Report this comment
I remember outside the arena would be the guys selling the bootleg (knockoff) t-shirts. Those would the ones that would fall part after a couple of washings. You had to buy the "real" ones inside.

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