XL Soap Creek Saloon Halloween Shirt
Featuring the art of Kerry Awn, whose painting of a young Willie Nelson was at the entrance to the Outlaws & Armadillos exhibit in Nashville about Real I mean Texas Country. Soap Creek Saloon was a revered Honky Tonk that offered not much in the way of food and the beer came in both flavors, Lone Star and Shiner. Under that mostly sturdy shack with wood floors off Bee Cave Road you could see Willie, Charley Pride, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Joe Ely, Alvin Crow, and the Uranium Savages. This shirt here is an old one, from a Halloween Rager.
- Tagged size XL
- Pit to pit - 20.5”
- Back of collar to bottom front - 25.5”
- Early 1980’s
- Art by Kerry Awn
- Can’t believe it took me this long to figure out how to add bullet points.