Tommy Ramone T-Shirt - Saw Mill Tee worn by Tommy Ramone
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Tommy Ramone wearing a vintage Saw Mill T-Shirt.
The Ramones’ short, combustible songs were a departure from the sweeping, glam, prog- rock that defined the early 1970s. Their garage rock world was populated by comic books, horror films, and girl groups of the ‘60s.
The Ramones helped downsize rock from arenas and stadiums, bringing it back to its origins—the clubs and neighborhood dives. The Ramones brought a fresh intensity to rock; they are considered the “godfathers of punk.”
Their first U.K. show—on July 4, 1976—inspired the sound of English punk bands like the Clash, Buzzcocks, and the Damned. Their influence in the States was reflected in the music of Black Flag, X, and the Dead Kennedys.
Tommy Ramone, (Tamas Erdelyi) was the original drummer for the band.
The band released 14 albums before calling it quits in 1996. They played 2,263 shows, making them one of the most prolific touring bands ever. In the early years, a Ramones set rarely lasted a half-hour. They would perform 15 songs or so, punctuated by bassist Dee Dee Ramone’s “One-two-three-four!” rapid-fire count-off before the band immediately launched into another song.
Worn Free Tees are custom made from super soft washed cotton and poly cotton blends, giving them a great vintage feel, so comfy this tee will be an instant favorite in your T-Shirt rotation. (Black & White tees are 100% cotton the Heather tee is a Polyester / Cotton blend).
Worn Free reproduces classic vintage style 'fully licensed' tees, in this case as worn by Tommy Ramone.
Each tee shirt comes with a back stage pass style hang tag with a picture of Tommy wearing this Saw Mill tee shirt.