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  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat

  • (t-shirt) jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt

  • A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.

  • (T Shirt (album)) T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.

  • Rock and roll

  • A gentle movement to and fro or from side to side

  • a lump or mass of hard consolidated mineral matter; "he threw a rock at me"

  • material consisting of the aggregate of minerals like those making up the Earth's crust; "that mountain is solid rock"; "stone is abundant in New England and there are many quarries"

  • move back and forth or sideways; "the ship was rocking"; "the tall building swayed"; "She rocked back and forth on her feet"

  • Rock music

  • Obtain in exchange for payment

  • Procure the loyalty and support of (someone) by bribery

  • bribe: make illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence; "This judge can be bought"

  • obtain by purchase; acquire by means of a financial transaction; "The family purchased a new car"; "The conglomerate acquired a new company"; "She buys for the big department store"

  • Pay someone to give up an ownership, interest, or share

  • bargain: an advantageous purchase; "she got a bargain at the auction"; "the stock was a real buy at that price"

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Indie Rock Coloring Book

Indie Rock Coloring Book

The Montreal-based nonprofit Yellow Bird Project has worked with an amazing range of indie rock musicians over the years to create unique T-shirt designs that benefit an array of charities. This first ever indie rock coloring book is a fitting tribute to the DIY spirit of the bands, featuring witty, hand-illustrated activity pages from artist Andy J. Miller. Music fans can keep themselves out of trouble for hours with mazes, connect-the-dot games, and coloring pages for the Shins, Devendra Banhart, Rilo Kiley, the National, and more than 20 artists. With all royalties going to charity, The Indie Rock Coloring Book is sure to warm even the coolest of hipster hearts.

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It's really sad...

It's really sad...

when A person who wasn't even a fan wrote this:

I’m not going to lie, but the dynamic trio known to many as the JoBro has intrigued me for quite some time. Is it the well-groomed, yet burley eyebrows? Is it their impeccable fashion sense? Is it just simply the fact that I refuse to stay off such a massive bandwagon? All I know is that when my cousin invited me to come along to a showing of their new 3D movie, I couldn’t say yes. But somehow, I knew I would regret it if I had said no.

We arrived at the theater an hour before the seven o’clock showing was supposed to begin. A line had already begun to form to the side of the ticket podium. Young girls wore t-shirts, painted their faces, covered their purses, hats, and any spare inch of clothing in pins and stickers. You would have thought they were going to an actual concert; that they were expecting their idols to be there in the flesh. But no, a movie screen would have to suffice.

My cousin and I took our seats next to five girls, all decked out in their Jonas Brothers gear. My cousin began to chat with the girl sitting closest to her.

“I have a towel that Nick wiped his face with at one of their concerts,” she said to us.

The second the lights dimmed, the room erupted into screams. As the previews rolled, every minute or so someone shouted “BOO!”, “Get on with It!”, and “Start the freaking movie!”

That’s when something clicked inside me. That’s when I realized what it meant to be a true fan. To love a band so much, that you dedicate time, money, and energy into supporting them. I love bands, I love many bands. But have I ever given my all to them, to see them as something other than a source of entertainment? Have I recognized that my band is more than just puppets with guitars; that they are living-breathing beings that struggle to succeed? Have I really realized how hard they have worked for my respect and my admiration?

If any of us, with our indie hipster music, gansta rappers, and moody rockers, showed half the dedication that these young women across America do, would the music business still be hanging on by a thread? If we all showed up in the masses to purchase an Arcade Fire CD, or see a Modest Mouse show like these people go to see a fricken movie, would indie labels be folding every single day? Can we get over the “It’s my band, Not your band” mentality long enough to climb to the rooftops and shout out the track listings of every playlist we have ever made? Will our favorite music groups ever experience the joys of fanaticism that the Jonas Brothers revel in on a daily basis?

A true fan buys the CD off iTunes or from a store instead of illegally downloading it, because even rock stars have mortgages to pay.

A true fan sticks with them during their sophomore slump.

A true fan doesn’t use the term “Sell-Out”, but instead recognizes that even more people will now experience the genius that is their band.

A true fan will endure mocking from peers, because at the end of the day, they know that their friends will always be one press of a play button away.

A true fan stands in line, for a concert, a movie, a whatever, for hours on end, dressed like a total idiot, and still not doubt whether or not it’ll be worth it in the end.

But most importantly a true fan is someone who eats, sleeps, and breathes the music. Now go find your fanatical voice. If this all sounds terribly corny, I suggest you go see Jonas Brothers 3D, you will understand exactly what I’m talking about.

MY OPINION:Seriously where are the so called "Fans' the ones that have been there since the "beginning".......where are they??

sure i've been a fan since 2007,i'm a rookie i've been to 3 concerts never met them but I bet you I'm gonna be a fan forever



I was tagged in a picture, which apparently means I have to write down ten facts that the reader might not know about me. And then I'm supposed to tag ten people. But I don't know ten people on Flickr, so I'm gonna skip that part.

But here are my ten facts!
1. This is a picture of my friend Kendra, in Ottawa, waiting for my friend Stephanie to arrive from Oregon. I took oodles of pictures, but I'm out of practice and the light was poor (see, I have two excuses!) and nearly all of them didn't turn out. I like this one, though. :D
2. Stephanie is coming to visit me! She's going to be here for almost two weeks! And I have to work every weekday she's here. Oh well, who needs sleep anyhow?
3. Me. I need sleep. I need about 9 hours a night to function intelligently. This is made more awkward by the fact that I usually befriend people in other time zones, or insomniacs, and I have no issues staying up to 2 am most nights. It's just the getting up that is the problem.
4. I read a lot. Most people who talk to me know that, since because once we've exhausted the weather as a conversation topic, my next defence is asking what people have been reading lately. I read mostly YA, SF and Fantasy, and yes, I've tried to get into other genres, and no, they generally can't hold my imagination. I went through my Historical Fiction phase. Been there, done that, laughed at the t-shirt, but I was broke from buying books, so I didn't get it. I don't like romance. However, I keep FORGETTING that, when I read the backs of books. I think they sound sweet, and then halfway through I'm shouting at the page, and by the end I remember again. My memory is so special.
5. I have a really, really hard time remembering names. I'll remember stories that are attached to faces, but I'm HORRIBLE at names. I've been known to blank on my own. Yes, I once introduced myself as the name of a character I was writing at the time.
6. If someone calls them out, I will answer to the names of all my my siblings, my parents, the majority of my characters, and occasionally whatever name I saw in print last.
7. I sometimes regard conversation as a battle. When "sometimes" equals "the majority of the time that I am not alone."
8. I sang rock band on my vacation, and I am STILL smugly proud over it. I hit all the notes! And I can't do star power without making everyone put another mark in the "she's insane" column. But I sang Alanis Morrisette, (including the bleeped part, oops,) and Kansas, and Def Leppard! It was awesome. *I* was awesome! :D
9. I have no idea what I'm going to do with my life. Or where. Or with who. Seriously, I'm so decided about my future that I could stay here for twenty years, or leave for New Zealand with a backpack and some soap tomorrow. It's pretty much a toss up.
10. I slept through breakfast and the Canada Day celebration today. I blame my sore throat.

where to buy rock t shirts

where to buy rock t shirts

What Would Keith Richards Do?: Daily Affirmations from a Rock and Roll Survivor

The perfect gift for the legions of fans of the Rolling Stones: timeless wisdom and spiritual beliefs inspired by one of the world’s great survivors, Keith Richards.
What is a wise man? What is a prophet?
Someone with a strange, unflappable demeanor. Someone who speaks in cryptic koans, words whose meanings take years to unravel. Someone who has confronted death, God, sin, and the immortal soul. Someone unfit for this world, but too brilliant to depart it. Someone, in short, like Keith Richards.
Here, at last, the wisdom of this indefatigable man is recorded and set forth. These are his visionary words: “I would rather be a legend than a dead legend.” Or “Whatever side I take, I know well that I will be blamed.” And—indeed—“I’ve never had a problem with drugs, only with policemen.”
Not merely a compendium of wisdom, this book is also a complete guide to the inner workings of a complex and inspired belief system, and the life of a man sanctified by fame. What Would Keith Richards Do? reminds us to learn from our mistakes, let our instincts lead us, and above all, do what Keith has done better than anyone—survive.

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