Authentic Vintage 1975 Rolling Stones Rock T-Shirt Tour Of Americas Large
Authentic Vintage 1975 Rolling Stones Rock T-Shirt Tour Of Americas Large
Authentic Vintage 1975 Rolling Stones Rock T-Shirt Tour Of Americas Large
Authentic Vintage 1975 Rolling Stones Rock T-Shirt Tour Of Americas Large
Authentic Vintage 1975 Rolling Stones Rock T-Shirt Tour Of Americas Large
Authentic Vintage 1975 Rolling Stones Rock T-Shirt Tour Of Americas Large

Authentic Vintage 1975 Rolling Stones Rock T-Shirt Tour Of Americas Large

Regular price
$325.00
Sale price
$325.00

Rare banana yellow cotton / poly t-shirt from the Rollings Stones Tour of the Americas.  

This rock and roll memorabilia is so rare and sought after for many reasons.  From the way they announced the tour to cancelled cities to 1975 Tour of Americas was also a first tour with guitarist Ronnie Wood replacing Mick Taylor.  The rest is history.  Today, wearing authentic rock n roll tees from the past are the new "designer wear fashion statement" for modern enthusiasts. 

With the tour originally scheduled to tour North and South America, the Rolling Stones toured ONLY in North America.  Due to security concerns and financial reasons the South American cities were cancelled.  Four more cities were added in the end to replace and Orchard Park, NY at Rich Stadium was their final performance of the tour giving the Buffalo, NY region 2 dates of this tour.     

Mid 1970s tours were the beginning of bigger and better stage shows too and their rock and roll tour tshirt did not disappoint either.  Banana yellow background and rocket ship with "You Can't Always Get What You Want", "Brown Sugar" "It's Only Rock n Roll" and more were on the set list of this tour. 

Guaranteed authentic as this is from original owner who purchased at concert.  

Markings on back of shirt shown in photo and all others found.  No holes or tears.  Please see measurements in photos.  Shirt will stretch slightly/ 

Size on Label:  Large 42-44

Condition: Very Good 

Item has been washed and shrinking should be factored from original tag size.