NEW! MOCK BAND TEES: Vintage concert shirts for bands that never existed. ON THE BACK: The cities they’ve toured…those poor, weary, fake bands.

Banned from church basements coast to coast, Buck Schott and his Low Lifes got a sobering dose of reality when their 1985 debut, 13th Steppin’ Fool, was dismissed by critics as “just plain wrong.” With songs like, ‘10 Gallons of Gaslighting’ and ‘One Year Chip on my Shoulder’, the creepy trio fell off the charts, the radar and the wagon.

Hand-printed on super-soft American Apparel & Los Angeles Apparel shirts. (These shirts have a trim fit.)


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