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Henry Diltz x Keith Richards, Midwest Airport, 1979, T-shirt

Colourised & Co-signed, Limited Edition T-Shirt
$120.00

Limited Edition of 200 T-Shirts
Keith Richards at Midwest Airport, 1979, captured in unprecedented colour and bearing both artists' signatures. Printed on premium 100% cotton single jersey, this exclusive piece offers a unisex, relaxed fit for ultimate comfort and style. 
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Size : 24 inch x 36 inch
Material : Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
Co-signed by Henry Diltz x Keith Richards

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We donate 10% of all sales from this print edition to MusiCares. MusiCares helps the humans behind music because music gives so much to the world. Offering preventive, emergency, and recovery programs, MusiCares is a safety net supporting the health and welfare of the music community. 

Founded by the Recording Academy in 1989 as a U.S.-based, independent 501(c)(3) charity, MusiCares safeguards the well-being of all music people through direct financial grant programs, networks of support resources, and tailored crisis relief efforts. For more information, please visit: www.musicares.org.

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When Henry Met

Ketih Richards

“I spent three weeks on the road in 1979 with the New Barbarians; Ronnie Wood’s solo album touring band, which was like the Rolling Stones without Mick Jagger.

We traveled on a huge jet plane from city to city. Each time we landed, eight limos would appear on the runway around the plane, and the band members would descend the steps and look for their own private limo and driver.

Here, Keith is getting off the plane in St, Louis, looking for his limo and driver and carrying the thing that mattered most… his bottle of Jack Daniels.”