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Chess Records experienced a rare failure by signing a young Buddy Guy in the 1960s, but refusing to release his wild, guitar-driven music -- until they saw Jimi Hendrix explode in unprecedented popularity by playing guitar the way he'd learned from Buddy.

Big Brother and the Holding Company Cat Baseball T-Shirt 

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Size Width Length
XS 16.13" 25.13"
S 17.63" 27.5"
M 19.63" 28.5"
L 21.63" 29.5"
XL 22.63" 30.5"
2XL 25.63" 31.5"
* Sizing runs slightly tight on baseball raglans. If you're close to or between sizes, consider the larger size. Refer to the size chart (in inches) below for best results. We can exchange sizing if you have trouble. 

This is a Bluescentric exclusive official Big Brother and the Holding Company band t-shirt, available in comfortable, lightweight 4oz 91/9 poly/ringspun cotton sizes up to 2XL. 

In 1965, American culture was coming to a boil, and San Fransisco was the epicenter.

Three guitarists, Peter Albin, James Gurley and Chuck Jones, with Jazz drummer David Getz, formed Big Brother and the Holding Company, experimenting with a music that would soon come to be popularly known as psychedelic rock. 

With the addition of Janis Joplin, who brought a traditional bluesy vocal approach, BBHC's acidic psychedelic music was ready to explode into American Pop.

Following up a firey performance at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival with 1968's Cheap Thrills, Big Brother and the Holding Company became a household name.