Vintage Aerosmith "Permanent Vacation" T-Shirt

Before Steven Tyler was a judge on American Idol and Joe Perry sold hot sauce, Aerosmith rocked. The Boston band started in 1970 and made relevant and well-liked music in every decade since, reinventing themselves while also staying true to their roots. This vintage Aerosmith shirt is from their 1987 album Permanent Vacation and the tour surrounding the album's release. In total, the tour went on for over a year and went to well over 100 cities (including a date at Giant's Stadium with Deep Purple, which we've got a shirt from here), and also featured Guns N' Roses opening up for them. This two-sided shirt in excellent condition features a great graphic of someone lying down in a jail cell (but they have a guitar and an amp so it can't be that bad?) with an equally great back print, a nod to the album's hit song "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)." 

Dimensions: 16.25" Wide by 26.25" Long 

Tag Size: M

Country of Origin: Made in U.S.A.

Brand: Gurney Tees