Castle Creek – Austin TX. High quality print of this slim fit tank-top will turn heads. And bystanders won’t be disappointed – the racerback cut looks good one any woman’s shoulders.
During the ‘70s Castle Creek was a 285-capacity listening room on Lavaca that was integral in Austin’s burgeoning scene. Jerry Jeff Walker, Townes Van Zandt, Earl Scruggs, Jimmy Buffett, Doug Kershaw, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Willie Nelson, John Prine and Jackson Browne were just a few of the eventual big name artists that graced that stage.
Castle Creek (1970-1976) was owned by Austin piano player Doug Moyes in partnership with music entrepreneur Tim O’Conner. The venue was named after an area near Aspen where Moyes had camped a couple years earlier.
O’Connor left Castle Creek in ’74 to work fulltime for Willie and the club closed for good in 1976.
The logo is the artwork of legendary Austin poster artist Danny Garrett, and used with his permission.
- Slim fit
- 60% Soft cotton; 40% Polyester (fibre content may vary for different colors)
- Extra light fabric (3.9 oz/yd² (132 g/m²))
- Tear away label
- Runs smaller than usual