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It was 1933 & Bill Basie was stranded in KC when his vaudeville touring group disbanded, so he took a job playing organ for silent movies before joining, then swiftly leading, his own big band into music history as "Count" Basie (and his Cherry Blossom Orchestra)

XLT Elvis Presley Tupelo T-Shirt - Men's Big & Tall 

SKU:AXLTELVHEART160
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$26.98
 
 
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Size Width Length
XLT 24" 33.5"
2XLT 26" 34.5"
3XLT 28" 35.5"
Description
This is the special XLT version of this official Elvis Presley t-shirt. 
 

This Bluescentric Brand XLT music t-shirt comes in preshrunk 6oz 100% cotton sizes XLT, 2XLT and 3XLT. Sizes run very true, and have minimal, if any, shrinking. This is a standard go-to t shirt for our big & tall music lovers. 

Authentic Elvis Presley. 

It was September 26, 1956, and Elvis Presley returned to his hometown of Tupelo, Mississippi to perform at the Mississippi-Alabama Fair & Dairy Show – the very same place where he performed in public for the first time, at just ten years old.

This candid photo shows the soon-to-be king of rock n roll performing for loads of adoring fans during his triumphant hometown return. The Sun Records logo is at the top. The bottom reads "You're A Heartbreaker"

You're a Heartbreaker" was recorded by Elvis in December 1954 -- the fourth of Presley's now-legendary eight sessions at the Memphis, Tennessee Sun Studio. The song was the B-side of Presley's third single on Sun, "Milkcow Blues Boogie", a cover of Kokomo Arnold.