This classic unisex jersey short sleeve tee fits like a well-loved favorite. Soft heather blend and quality print make users fall in love with it over and over again. These t-shirts have-ribbed knit collars to bolster shaping. The shoulders have taping for better fit over time. Dual side seams hold the garment’s shape for longer.
- Soft Bella Canvas heather blend
- Light fabric (4.2 oz/yd² (142 g/m²))
- Retail fit
- Tear away label
- Runs true to size
This shirt is offered with permission by and royalties paid to the drawing artist Danny Garrett.
The Bull Creek Inn or Party Barn, as it was known in the 1970s, was the site of concerts by Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Jerry Jeff Walker, Jimmy Buffett, Janis Joplin, the Lost Gonzo Band and others.
The barn was originally built in the 1960’s as a gathering place for ranch workers and was part of a huge spread in Long Canyon. In the 1970s, it became a music venue and was rented out for weddings, dances, fraternity parties and concerts.
At the time, the hills around the barn, just south of RM 2222, were empty. Hundreds of people would gather, bathing in nearby Bull Creek, building fires at night, parking vans and trailers in the fields and sprawling on blankets to drink beer and listen to music. The barn’s setting is mentioned in “The Improbable Rise of Redneck Rock,” a 1974 book by Jan Reid and Scott Newton about the 1970s music scene in Austin.
After a tour in Viet Nam Danny moved to Austin in the spring of 1970. Looking up Jim Franklin at Armadillo World Headquarters, Danny was given his first poster assignment, John Sebastian. From that spring until New Year’s Eve, 1979, Danny executed over a dozen AWHQ titles. He also did work for Castle Creek, Soap Creek Saloon, The Texas Opry House, The Austin Opera House, and many other Austin music venues. In 1976, Danny also began work for Antone’s, Austin’s Home of the Blues.
It is probably for his work at Antone’s, 1976 – 2005, for which Danny is best known in music art and ephemera. Danny had the privilege of meeting and promoting some of the greats of the Chicago blues scene – Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, B. B. King, Albert King, Albert Collins, Buddy Guy and James Cotton – just to name a few. Danny completed promotional artwork for such young Texas artists as Jimmie Vaughan, Derek O’Brien, Denny Freeman, Paul Ray and Stevie Ray Vaughan.