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In 2004, David Bowie barely left the stage after performing the Hurricane Festival in Scheeßel, Germany before collapsing from a heart attack requiring emergency surgery. He never toured again, performing live only three more times. It also marked the last time Bowie would perform "Ziggy Stardust" live.

Charlie Parker at 18th & Vine Ringer T-Shirt 

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This is a 4.3 oz 100% combed ringspun cotton fine jersey Bluescentric brand official Charlie Parker ringer t shirt. It is available in sizes up to 2XL and features side seams and contrasting 1x1 baby rib binded collar and sleeves. 

It was a hot week in mid-July 1952 when Charlie Parker returned to his Kansas City hometown as a star -- the jazz music pioneer who'd mentored practically all of the now-emerging giants, from Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Max Roach, Thelonious Monk and many others. 

The grand & esteemed jazz club El Capitan sat at the corner of 18th and Vine for decades -- serving as both the center and the beating heart of the famous KC Jazz district. 

A one-week engagement with the hometown hero proved too irresistible, and so a matinee was added, then more dates, then a second week.