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Rock Hall introduces T-shirt line with inductees

By Rich Heldenfels Published: November 20, 2013

They sell for $28.99 apiece up to size 2X, which is $30.99. All plus tax whether bought in the store or onlne. . I would buy a bunch if they were cheaper -- but may slide a few onto my Christmas list. The official word:

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is pleased to introduce its exclusive Inductee T-shirt Collection - an exciting and fun way for music fans to support the Museum’s mission of telling the story of rock and roll’s global impact.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is partnering with Creative Apparel Concepts and numerous inductees to create a series of collectible silkscreened t-shirts that highlight each artist’s unique place in music history.  The collection will be sold in the Rock Hall’s museum store, online at rockhall.com and in gift shops, boutiques, record shops, catalog retailers and department stores across the nation.  A portion of the proceeds benefits the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s award-winning education programs.

The Inductee T-shirt Collection currently includes:

• Blondie
• The Coasters
• Sam Cooke
• The Crickets
• Dion
• The Drifters
• Earth Wind & Fire
• Elvis Presley
• Heart
• Jimi Hendrix
• Howlin' Wolf
• Lead Belly
• John Lennon
• Les Paul
• Parliament-Funkadelic
• Roy Orbison
• Rush
• T-Bone Walker
• Muddy Waters
• The Who
• Wilson Pickett

The Collection will be available in the Rock Hall’s Museum Store on Friday, November 29 (Black Friday) and on rockhall.com beginning Friday, December 6.

“Numerous styles of music – from soul to hip-hop, from heavy metal to punk, from progressive rock to electronic – tell the evolving story of music,” said Diana Borcz, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s Director of Merchandising and Licensing. “We are excited to present this extraordinary collection that illustrates how music pioneers and contemporary artists have shaped the rock and roll story.”
 

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