An Austin Institution, Threadgill's was home to southern style food and live Music. On New Year’s Eve 1981, Threadgill’s opened as a restaurant. It was an instant success where you would find longhairs, rednecks, suits and students enjoying music, food and each other. Thanks to Kenneth Threadgill, Janis Joplin developed her brassy style and a career as the first female rock and roll superstar.
Enjoy this interpretation of the renown and loved meeting place. Threadgill's is no longer with us. But the memories (and this image) still are.
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Made with 100% organic cotton, our tee for women is soft, with a tubular construction and a set-in sleeve, for both comfort and style. The sleeve hem along with the bottom hem feature a narrow double topstitch for extra resilience.
.: 100% organic, ring-spun, combed cotton
.: Light fabric (4.4 oz/yd² (150 g/m²))
.: Medium Fit
.: Sewn-in label
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