A classic unisex t-shirt that works well with any outfit. Made of a heavier cotton with a double-stitched neckline and sleeves.

 

By the time Duke Ellington made his wartime Carnegie Hall debut on January 23, 1943, Edward Kennedy “Duke” Ellington was already a star. A driving interest in long-form composition found it’s expression at that debut when he premiered his jazz symphony Black, Brown, and Beige, which he introduced as “a tone parallel to the history of the Negro in America.” The success of his debut and his new approach to jazz composition led to Ellington’s series of annual Carnegie Hall concerts, on which he always premiered at least one new work. The music at his April 4, 1968, concert was overshadowed when, prior to the start of the concert, civil rights leader Robert Moses made an announcement from the stage that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had been shot just an hour and a half earlier in Memphis. The concert continued as a dedication to the memory of Dr. King. Ellington’s final Carnegie Hall concert - of more than 20 in total - took place on July 8, 1972, two years before his death.

Duke Ellington

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    • Rolled-forward shoulders for a better fit
    • Stylish fitted sleeve
    • Seamless double-needle collar
    • Taped neck and shoulders for durability
    • Tubular fit for minimal torque
  • Length

    Place the end of the tape beside the collar at the top of the shirt (Highest Point Shoulder). Pull the tape measure to the bottom of the shirt.

     

    Half Chest

    Lay the garment down on a flat surface and measure it from left to right across the chest, about 2cm below the arms.

     

    *Europe: Measurements are provided by suppliers. Size XL or above might run smaller with a difference of 1 in - 2.54 cm

     

      Length Half Chest Length Half Chest
    S 71cm 46cm 27.95'' 18.11''
    M 74cm 51cm 29.13'' 20.08''
    L 77cm 56cm 30.31'' 22.05''
    XL 79cm 61cm 31.10'' 24.02''
    2XL 83cm 66cm 32.68'' 25.98''
    3XL 85cm 77cm 33.46'' 27.95''