90s Rolling Stones Voodoo Lounge Tour t-shirt Extra Large



Chest 22.5 in.

Length 28.5 in.

Content: 100% Cotton

Tag Brand: Brockum Worldwide

This awesome double-sided concert tee is from the Rolling Stones’ Voodoo Lounge Tour, which was launched in 1994 to promote their album of the same name. The tour set new records as the highest-grossing tour of any artist at the time, replacing the previous record set by Pink Floyd’s The Division Bell Tour. The album Voodoo Lounge ended a five year gap since the band’s last studio release, and Mick Jagger was quoted talking about the tour saying, “There were lots of hacks out there who said we couldn’t do it anymore.” Voodoo Lounge didn’t produce any Top 40 hits, but it did reach platinum status and it was well received by critics enough for it to win the inaugural Grammy Award for Best Rock Album.

The name of the album was actually inspired by a cat adopted by Keith Richards while the band was recording in Barbados. Richards took in a stray, which he named Voodoo and he began referring to the terrace of the house they were staying in as Voodoo’s Lounge.

The Voodoo Lounge Tour was the first tour from the band not to feature bassist Bill Wyman. After Wyman left the group, the Stones chose not to officially replace him. Instead they continued on as a four man group, but they had Darryl Jones support them on tour as an additional musician.

Fits like a modern unisex adult Extra Large. There are some holes throughout the front graphic, see pics.