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The Band's Robbie Robertson said “I was noodling on a Martin guitar, and I looked inside,” the guitar was manufactured in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, which sparked the idea for "The Weight", with the opening line “I pulled into Nazareth, I was feelin’ ‘bout half-past dead.”

Ltd. Edition The Band - Stage Fright 50th Anniversary Double-Sided Tie-Dye T-Shirt 

SKU:DSASTBDSTAGE110
Price: 
$32.95
 
 
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Size Width Length
S 17" 25 1/2"
M 18 1/2" 26 1/2"
L 21" 28 1/2"
XL 23" 28 1/2"
2XL 25" 29 1/2"
3XL 27" 31"
4XL 28" 31 1/4"
Description
Special edition release coinciding with the 50th anniversary of The Band's seminal 1970 album Stage Fright.

Available only through Bluescentric brand, this The Band Stage Fright t-shirt is available in comfortable sizes small through 5XL. These shirts are 100% cotton, no two t-shirt colorings are exactly alike... enjoy each for its own uniqueness! But wash separately. 

* Sizing runs slightly small, if you're in-between or close, consider a size up. 

Every sale directly benefits The Band! 

This unique Stage Fright t-shirt design abnormally features the front design on the right breast -- just like the original 1970 album artwork. The back design features the songs on the album, in the exact original text.

Released August 17th, 1970, Stage Fright was The Band's third studio album, and the debut of two of their most famous songs, "The Shape I'm In" and "Stage Fright".

The album was recorded off-season in Woodstock, New York, a place The Band helped make famous. Robbie Robertson wrote or co-wrote all of the songs, and the group shifted between instruments and vocals as the music demanded.