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Sun Records Born from the Blues 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"
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* 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 Brand authentic Sun Records baseball tee, available in comfortable sizes up to 2XL. The material is lightweight 4oz 91/9 poly/ringspun cotton with 3/4 length sleeves. 

Official Sun Records, every sale directly benefits the legendary Tennessee record label. 

Born from the Blues indeed! Sun Records was founded from the success of Sun Studio's recording of Ike Turner's original song "Rocket 88" -- arguably the first song linking between blues and rock n roll.

In the 1950s, Memphis and the area around it was experiencing a cultural explosion, and Sun Records came at the perfect time and place to capture it.

Sun Records quickly discovered Howlin' Wolf from Mississippi, who founder Sam Phillips called his greatest discovery -- big words from the man who found Elvis Presley.

Elvis himself quipped, "if I ever got to the place I could feel all old Arthur [Crudup] felt, I'd be a music man like nobody ever saw."

Inspired by the hip-shaking good times he saw his black fellow Mississippians & Memphians enjoying, Presley came to Sun and tried playing a cover of Crudup's "That's All Right (Mama)". The rest was history. 

Sun Records: Born From The Blues