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With washboard, gutbucket bass & kalamazoo, Creedence Clearwater Revival pretended to be their fictional band "Willy and the Poorboys" on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1969.

The Official Humble Pie Smokin' Tie-Dye T-Shirt - Black 

SKU:ASTHUMSMOK10
Price: 
$29.95
 
 
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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
This authentic Humble Pie Smokin' t-shirt is 100% cotton, no two t-shirt colorings are exactly alike... enjoy each for its own uniqueness! But wash separately.

Only from Bluescentric, this is an OFFICIAL Humble Pie Smokin' t-shirt -- every sale directly benefits the band. 

Released in March 1972, Humble Pie's "Smokin'" has one of the most iconic album covers of the 1970s.

With hard-hitting rock n roll, deep blues influences and a uniquely soulful gospel sound a la Tina Turner, Smokin' would become the blueprint for future jam bands like Gov't Mule and The Black Crowes.

With big hits like "30 Days In The Hole" and "Hot N Nasty", Humble Pie's Smokin' peaked at #6 on the Billboard chart