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Exclusive Line Of Rolling Stones T-Shirts Available

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Kitty Kitty Bang Bang, a Las Vegas based t-shirt design shop headed by Andrew Kieth Slayton, has released an exclusive line of Rolling Stones T-Shirts available only on Kitty Kitty Bang Bang's website. Slayton, who himself is a huge Rolling Stones fan and the designer behind the "Start Me Up" shirt worn by Kieth Richards through most of the 1981 and 1982 Rolling Stones' tours, has made his line of Rolling Stones inspired graphics available for the first time to the public for sale through his newly constructed website KittyKittyBangBang.com

Slayton first started designing t-shirts and selling them out of the trunk of his car in the late seventies, and a chance meeting with Richards got one of his designs into the hands of the Stone's guitarist. Kieth fell in love with it, and proceeded to wear it until if fell apart, the graphic being presented in many of the tour photographs taken over the course of those two years.

Now, Slayton has re-released the graphic for public purchase, along with additional graphics inspired by the Rolling Stones. Although the shirt that Kieth wore on those tours is long since retired and probably in pieces by now, all Stones fans can share in the glory, wearing the same shirt that Kieth wore on stage, and designed by the artist who provided it.

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