This eye-catching T-shirt celebrates the Esquire - the venue that originally opened as a jazz club on Sheffield's Leadmill Road in 1962.
The venue, which was based in the building better known these days as the home of the Leadmill nightclub, made a name for itself as the place that attracted gigs by artists that were making waves in London: the Yardbirds, John Mayall, Graham Bond, Zoot Money and many others all performed.
Local artists such as Joe Cocker, Dave Berry, Frank White, Dave Hawley, Ray Stuart (fronting Frankenstein and the Monsters) were regular performers.
American R & B giants like John Lee Hooker and Sonny Boy Williamson played landmark shows.
The Walker Brothers were dragged from the stage by hysterical screaming girls in 1965 – the gig ended four minutes after it had begun.
This top-quality garment is both hand-printed and uses nothing but 100% super soft, pre-shrunk cotton.
It is crew neck in style and regular fit with short sleeves that can be rolled up.
Be assured that the garment is ethically sourced. It is available in the following sizes:
Small - Chest 34-36 inches
Medium - Chest 38-40 inches
Large - Chest 40-42 inches
X Large - Chest 44-46 inches
XX Large - Chest 48-50 inches
XXX Large - Chest 52-54 inches.
Premium quality unisex T-shirt - 145gsm.
Garment pre-shrunk for dependable after-wash performance.
Machine washable. Wash at 30. Iron inside out. Do not tumble dry.