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Highway 61 Mississippi Blues Trail Pullover 

SKU:DAPUTRAILHWY61
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$44.90
 
 
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Size Width Length
S 21" 28"
M 23" 29"
L 25" 30"
XL 27" 31"
2XL 29" 32"
3XL 31" 33"
Description
Every sale of this Blues Trail Marker t-shirt directly benefits the Mississippi Blues Trail, making new markers and maintaining existing ones. 

The Highway 61 Mississippi Blues Trail Marker is located in Tunica, Mississippi at the Gateway to the Blues. You can't miss the giant neon sign while heading down Highway 61. Stop in, take a picture of the marker, and tour the new, state of the art museum!

The front of the Highway 61 Blues Trail Marker reads: 
U. S. Highway 61, known as the "blues highway," rivals Route 66 as the most famous road in American music lore. Dozens of blues artists have recorded songs about Highway 61, including Mississippians Sunnyland Slim, James “Son” Thomas, “Honeyboy” Edwards, Big Joe Williams, Joe McCoy, Charlie Musselwhite, Eddie Shaw, Johnny Young, Eddie Burns, and Mississippi Fred McDowell. The original route, now called Old Highway 61, was just west of here. 

Bluescentric Mississippi Blues Trail hoodies are available in sizes up to 3XL and printed on quality Hanes 90% cotton, 10% poly high-density cotton jersey-lined pullover with dye-matched drawstring. Sizes run true.