Print Liberation didn’t waste anytime with a R.I.P Michael Jackson t-shirt. I can only image there’s about a thousand of these already on CafePress, Spreadshirt and Zazzle. Get it here.
How good is your history of rock? Put it to the test with one of Chop Shops cool rock icon tees. Choose your era and see how many you recognize. It’s a cool concept and well executed. The 70s Rocker tee is featured above. We’d also recommend you fire up the wayback machine for a classic 80′s Video version here.
Fans of David Bowie (myself included) should check out SugarBullets for a no-brainer way to win themselves a box set – and maybe pick up a tee. All you’ve got to do is email them a reason why you should win the swag and it could be yours. Hit it here, and consider grabbing one of Amplified Vintage’s class Bowie tees.
Surprisingly I don’t own many band or concert tees. The ones I did own have long been worn to shreds, and I’m not into paying forty bucks for half-ass merchandise at a concert. But, I was fortunate enough to see a classic Beatles tee hit my mailbox recently. For me, if there’s a single band tee to own, this is it (ok maybe the Stones tongue shirt as well). This one came from Everytshirt.com. If you’re looking a killer selection of classic tv, movie and music tees they’ve pretty much got em all. Plus a ton of other miscellaneous funny stuff. Check em out.
The uber-fit Kate Beckinsale was spotted post workout sporting what is probably the most classic Beatles t-shirt. Glad to see she’s not part of the Yoko Ono camp.
Typically it’s Lindsay Lohan featured in our ‘celebs in music tees’, but today we’ve got Kristin Cavallari sporting a vintage looking Blonde tee.
Turtlehead and the band The Polyphonic Spree have collaborated on 3 new tees as part of the “Fragile Army” series. The shirt designs are based on The Polyphonic Spree’s lastest album, of the same name. Cool stuff and a very interesting collaborative effort. The tees are in super limited editions. So hit em quick if you’re interested. www.turtlehead.ie
Not the first, and likely not the last time we spot Lindsay Lohan in an Iron Maiden tee. Though I wasn’t able to locate this exact shirt I did find a pretty good selection of vintage maiden stuff on ebay.
Last weeks Lollapalooza had it’s fair share of intersting tees. From Jack’s Mannequin sporting a Police t-shirt to M.I.A. and Rhymefest wearing, ah, I don’t know what. Know it, name it.
Ok. I’ll fess up. I’m not an Ozzfest fan. Shocked, I’m sure. But this year’s Ozzfest has provided plenty of crazy looking musicians in even crazier t-shirts. If you happen to be fans of Daath, Static-X, Lamb of God, Behemoth, ChthoniC, Hatebreed or Circus Diablo then feel free to jump in. If you can name a tee (or the band members for that matter) feel free to register and leave us a comment. Thanks!