Sunday, February 28, 2010

Vintage Rock T-Shirts

By Brock Timberman

Are you a huge fan of 70s and 80s Rock 'n' Roll? Was Led Zeppelin your favorite band? Did you tease your hair up really big in the 80s, or if you are a guy, did you have a mullet?

If so, you may still have a closet full of concert t-shirts from your favorite bands.If you do, and they are in good shape, they are worth some money. If you are looking to relive your glory days by finding vintage Guns n Roses shirt, than we can help you with your search.

Vintage and Retro are words that get tossed around quite a bit. There are sites on the internet that offer reproductions of these shirts, and others that offer the actual vintage shirt that someone wore to see Peter Frampton.

Obviously, right now vintage Michael Jackson shirts are extremely popular. Apparently something happened to Michael and his concert t-shirts and anything related to him have become very popular. Another good shirt from the 80s to have is a vintage RUN DMC shirt.

Obviously, the bigger the name you have, the more expensive the shirt is going to be. Vintage shirts from the 60s featuring Jimi Hendrix, The Grateful Dead, and The Who are at a premium. From the 70s, it's Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, and The Rolling Stones. It's almost impossible to go to a mall and not see a Ramones shirt or a CBGB tee, and these are available at Hot Topic. For the other stuff, you are going to have to dig a little deeper.

Reproduction shirts are easy to come by, but if you are looking for the real McCoy, you may have to head out to your local salvation army and any thrift store you can find. These places can yield untold treasures.
For more information and links to online stores, please visit Vintage Rock T-Shirts.

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