Lester Bangs ‘Detroit Sucks’ Photo T-Shirt


Fan Club Price: $36

America’s greatest rock critic Lester Bangs moved to Detroit in 1971 to write for CREEM. He grew to detest Detroit as much as he begrudgingly loved it, calling it both “rock’s only hope,” and “home of the world’s ugliest people.”

If you’re in between sizes, we suggest sizing down for a slimmer fit.

Size: XS

Boy Howdy! may be CREEM’s mascot, but Lester Bangs remains the heart and sin-stained soul. Funny, rude, whacked-out but always sharp, Bangs honed his signature fast-and-loose style at the magazine from 1970-1976, deploying the language, rhythms, and riffs of the music he bled for, like a greased-up uzi.

We love a stiff, scratchy concert tee as much as the next guy, but these aren’t it. The Archive Collection features re-editions of CREEM classics printed on soft, silk-washed cotton, so it looks new, but feels like it’s already been washed a hundred times.

Lean fitMade in USA 100% ringspun and compacted cottonGarment dyed and silk washedUnisex sizing


CREEM ‘70s Logo T-Shirt in Cream front
CREEM ‘70s Logo T-Shirt in Cream back

CREEM ‘70s Logo T-Shirt


Fan Club Price: $36

boy howdy creem 80s tshirt red

Boy Howdy! ‘80s T-Shirt


Fan Club Price: $28

CREEM Legacy Logo Trucker Hat


Fan Club Price: $24

1969 CREEM Rock & Roll Culture Poster

1969 Rock & Roll Culture Poster


Fan Club Price: $24


The Archive Collection, Join The Band Ringer T-Shirt

The Archive Collection

Boy Howdy! T-Shirts

Boy Howdy!

Boy Howdy! glassware


CREEM Fan Club Camp Flag

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