I bought this shirt at a concert at the upstairs bar of Sneaky Dee’s at College and Bathurst in Toronto. My friend Al Kelley was playing bass in the band. It’s a way back there in terms of how long ago the show was, so not sure I could say much about it. I dug the band. Kind of gritty art rock from what I remember. I love this shirt design. I guess I would have been about 32 when I bought this.
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