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The Band's Levon Helm narrated the Oscar-winning 1983 film The Right Stuff, playing an older version of real-life engineer & supersonic test pilot Jack Ridley.

Humble Pie Stacked T-Shirt - Classic Heavy Cotton 

SKU:ATEHUM60
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$24.95
 
 
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Size Width Length
S 18" 28"
M 20" 29"
L 22" 30"
XL 24" 31"
2XL 26" 32"
3XL 28" 33"
4XL 30" 34"
5XL 32" 35"
Description
This Bluescentric Brand t-shirt comes in classic heavy 100% preshrunk cotton sizes S-5XL. Heather colors are 50/50. Sizes run very true, and have minimal, if any, shrinking. This is a standard go-to t shirt.

This is official Humble Pie, every sale directly benefits the band.

The design reads HUM / BLE / PIE with some distress in the vein of the group's landmark hit album In Performance.

When the rest of The Small Faces passed on guitarist Peter Frampton, Steve Marriott left to form a new band together, recruiting drummer Jerry Shirley, and Greg Ridley on bass, they launched as Humble Pie in Essex, England in 1969.

Pie released the 1969 album "As Safe as Yesterday Is" -- a prototype for the heavy metal that would follow. The band's next release, which should have propelled them to international heights, was marred by their record label going bankrupt just before the album's launch.

Pie's live shows were legendary with a unique blend of heavy rock, deep blues and R&B, Humble Pie exploded into popularity with hits like "30 Days in the Hole", "I Don't Need No Doctor" & a soulful cover the Ike & Tina Turner classic "Black Coffee".

1971's Performance Rockin' The Fillmore reached #21 on Billboard, and shortly after, Frampton left to pursue a solo career.

Without the versatile guitarist, Humble Pie dropped the huge hit album "Smokin'" in 1972, with hits like Hot N' Nasty, Road Runner Jam & 30 Days in the Hole. It peaked at #6 on the Billboard chart.

Tragically, Marriott died in a house fire in 1991, but the group carried on, thrilling audiences across the globe with a healthy blend of soulful melodies & hard rock.