Concert T-shirts cut up to make face masks in Covid-19 fight, and The Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir is among musicians donating unsold tees

//Concert T-shirts cut up to make face masks in Covid-19 fight, and The Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir is among musicians donating unsold tees

Concert T-shirts cut up to make face masks in Covid-19 fight, and The Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir is among musicians donating unsold tees

If not for the coronavirus pandemic, concert venues across the world would be alive this summer with the sounds of music.But Covid-19 pressed pause on most live performances, leaving live-streamed gigs as the safest way to connect musicians and fans. While concert tickets can be rebated, concert T-shirts are sitting in boxes, some unsold from past shows, others made in advance of now-cancelled or postponed spring and summer tours.So US T-shirt company Everywhere, which makes concert tees and…

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