New Season: MadeWorn Rock
Our newest collection of Madeworn Rock tees are here! Each tee is washed and distressed uniquely to each piece. Shop the collection and learn a few fun facts about each artist and their tours along the way.
The night of December 9th 1967 in New Haven, Connecticut, lead singer Jim Morrison became the first rock artist to get arrested on stage during a performance. After singing an impromptu song taunting the police leading to his arrest, the concert came to an abrupt halt only halfway through the first set.
During the live 1969 show in Tampa, the Goddess of Rock was arrested post concert after yelling and cursing at the police for being asked to calm down her own audience. After spending a night in jail, all charges were dropped in the decision that she was just exercising her first amendment.
Celebrating 32 years of Stevie Nicks' 4th solo release "The Other Side of the Mirror," a project that originated as a tribute to her grandmother quickly evolved into a successful project of fantasy and self exploration.
The album that fans had been waiting for from Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers was released on October 19, 1979. According to Rolling Stones, "Damn the Torpedoes" is regarded as one of the top 500 albums of all time.
The 1977 U.S. Tour was the 11th and final concert tour of North America. The tour became a massive final success and even set attendance world records for solo indoor attractions,
The 5th and final installment of The Police's studio albums Synchronicity was released on June 17th, 1983. The multi-grammy award winning album sold over 8 million copies worldwide and dominated the charts in 15 countries.
The voodoo child hath returned! Inspired by rock and roll and electric blues, Hendrix is marked by Rolling Stones as in the top 10 artists of all time.