T-Shirt Folsom Prison Blues

T-Shirt Folsom Prison Blues
T-Shirt Folsom Prison Blues
T-Shirt Folsom Prison Blues
T-Shirt Folsom Prison Blues

T-Shirt Folsom Prison Blues

On Jan. 13, 1968, Johnny C. made history in Folsom State Prison! Against all the doubts of his record company and in the midst of outlaws, he was the first musician to record a live album in prison. The concert went so well that it was used almost entirely for the album. Pay homage to this unique man who always dressed in black and went his own way, irrevocably influencing the rock'n'roll world with his unmistakable bass-baritone voice. ...
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Product no.: RUM328
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On Jan. 13, 1968, Johnny C. made history in Folsom State Prison! Against all the doubts of his record company and in the midst of outlaws, he was the first musician to record a live album in prison. The concert went so well that it was used almost entirely for the album. Pay homage to this unique man who always dressed in black and went his own way, irrevocably influencing the rock'n'roll world with his unmistakable bass-baritone voice.

Black t-shirt with hand-drawn Man in Black motif.

Whether summer or winter, the T-shirts from Rumble59 should not be missing in any decent rockabilly closet! They are characterized especially by high-quality fabric, excellent workmanship and print quality. This one is made of pleasantly light and soft fabric - perfect for summer temperatures or for men who never get cold. The large front print convinces with its cool design and pleasantly soft touch. A small logo print on the inside of the neck fits perfectly. All around a successful shirt!

The details of the T-shirt "Folsom Prison Blues":

  • Material: Cotton
  • Composition: 100% cotton, 165 g/m²
  • Color: black
  • Large front print
  • Small inside print at the neck
  • Info: For the perfect fit, please refer to the size chart!

Our model is 172 cm tall and wears this shirt in size M.

Rumble59 offers a great selection of rockabilly fashion! The great t-shirt "Folsom Prison Blues" you will never want to take off again!

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Product no.: RUM328
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On Jan. 13, 1968, Johnny C. made history in Folsom State Prison! Against all the doubts of his record company and in the midst of outlaws, he was the first musician to record a live album in prison. The concert went so well that it was used almost entirely for the album. Pay homage to this unique man who always dressed in black and went his own way, irrevocably influencing the rock'n'roll world with his unmistakable bass-baritone voice.

Black t-shirt with hand-drawn Man in Black motif.

Whether summer or winter, the T-shirts from Rumble59 should not be missing in any decent rockabilly closet! They are characterized especially by high-quality fabric, excellent workmanship and print quality. This one is made of pleasantly light and soft fabric - perfect for summer temperatures or for men who never get cold. The large front print convinces with its cool design and pleasantly soft touch. A small logo print on the inside of the neck fits perfectly. All around a successful shirt!

The details of the T-shirt "Folsom Prison Blues":

  • Material: Cotton
  • Composition: 100% cotton, 165 g/m²
  • Color: black
  • Large front print
  • Small inside print at the neck
  • Info: For the perfect fit, please refer to the size chart!

Our model is 172 cm tall and wears this shirt in size M.

Rumble59 offers a great selection of rockabilly fashion! The great t-shirt "Folsom Prison Blues" you will never want to take off again!

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