Great thanks and appreciation goes to the following artists who were featured on PhanArt over February, March and April! With these donations, PhanArt and Friends has raised more than $1,000 for the 2013 calendar year and over $10,000 since August 2009 for The Mockingbird Foundation. Great thanks goes to the dozens of artists and supportive patrons who made this possible. Through their incredible generosity and spreading their art on PhanArt, these donations to The Mockingbird Foundation will help to promote music education throughout the country.
SetListTees has released two new shirts featuring two new bands in their line of setlist inspired shirts, featuring Widespread Panic and String Cheese Incident. Check them out below and make sure to follow them on Twitter @SetListTees! You can even request your own shows for shirts!
Widespread Panic at Brow Lake, Lookout Mountain, Georgia – 7/23/88
This design, called Conrad ’88, was based on a design submitted by a fan on twitter (@digg_dugg) who was curious as to why they didn’t have more WSP shows on the site. He submitted this one along with a couple of others that are up on the site right now. You can purchase your own Conrad ’88 shirt here!
This ‘show -> shirt’ was was requested by a girl and live music enthusiast with a particular passion for The Cheese. 10/15/05 was her first SCI show. She of course requested that hoopers were incorporated into the design. Click to order this shirt called ‘Hoopin in Lincroft‘
“We figured what better way to celebrate the new year then by paying tribute to the showmanship exhibited by the boys on the last night of last year. The design features a golfer in familiar garb driving a golf ball filled with the night’s festivities into the future. As with all of our shirts, the artwork will appear on the front of the shirt and the setlist from the night will appear on the back.”
Turn your Garden Party experience into a memorable shirt for just under $18! Click here to order!
Ryan Stanley had a dream. His dream was that he could wear a T-Shirt that represented memories of his favorite concerts, the shows he’s been to and shows he wishes he’d been to. Ryan has a friend named Rick, a fellow music enthusiast who owns his own graphic design company. One night in October of 2010 the two friends got together over several cold beers at a local watering hole and put the seeds in the ground for what would eventually become SetListTees.com. The shirts below are a small sampling of what they have designed and made for sale on their site.
One of our more popular shirts with the old school cassette on the front.This was also a special show for me, as it was the second of nine shows that I went to that summer and it was just the beginning of my first ‘Tour’.
Part of that same tour and the last time that Phish played Gamehenge.What a summer. The design is the date surrounded by trees which is in reference to Great Woods, but may also be considered the forest of Gamehenge
First show at MSG in 3.0 – Also the first show at MSG for Phans who were too young to see them previously in NYC. There’s no place like the Garden. The design is literally a Square Garden with the date growing out of it.
The ‘S’ show! I remember listening to this show from the comfort of my Couch Tour and the lightbulb going off about 3 songs in that they were all S songs and really looking forward to the rest of the show to see if they’d pull the whole thing off. We’ve actually got 3 versions of this shirt. The one pictured is based off of the Superman logo because the show was So Super!!