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Milton's Jazz Kansas City T-Shirt - Lightweight Vintage Style 

SKU:ACTMILTONS2020
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$27.95
 
 
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Size Width Length
XS 16.5" 27"
S 18" 28"
M 20" 29"
L 22" 30"
XL 24" 31"
2XL 26" 32"
3XL 28" 33"
4XL 30" 34"
Description
This Bluescentric Brand jazz music t-shirt is available in premium lightweight 4.2oz vintage style sizes up to 4XL. Solid colors are 100% combed, ringspun cotton. Athletic Heather is 90% cotton. All other Heather colors are 52% cotton, 48% poly. Sizes run true. These t shirts are lighter and slightly more fitted compared to the Classic Gildan tees. 

This jazzy design features one of the most famed Jazz clubs of the 20th century -- Milton's Tap Room in Kansas City. The design reads: Milton's Tap Room / And All That JAZZ / 3241 Main St / Kansas City, Missouri. The small star reads "The Right Drink at the Right Price" and the small circle reads "No 20% Tax". Both elements were prominently featured in Milton's iconic neon light sign.

The sign was a KC landmark for some three decades, and now resides in the National Jazz Museum. 

Founded by the larger-than-life figure Milton Morris, MILTON'S was first founded in 1934, and existed until after Morris' passing in 1983. Everyone who was anyone went to Milton's; fans could rub shoulders with musical icons like Count Basie and Charlie Parker. In a city that pioneered Jazz, Milton's shined as a place where talented people could create exciting new music.

An iconic photo of Milton's hinted at the rambunctious shenanigans that took place inside the jazz club's doors -- a glamorous looking nude woman in a boa and high heels, sashays into the club from a limousine while Milton casually leans against the club's brick wall, smoking a pipe. Milton ran for governor of Missouri some five times on a platform of legalized gambling/horse racing & keeping cabarets open later.