Keith Richards T-Shirt Raises $138,000 For Japan
All 5000 Tees sell out
It's been revealed that Keith's limited edition T-Shirt has raised $138,000 for the Japan Society's Earthquake Fund after all 5000 t-shirts sold out to fans from 35 different countrys.
For decades, Japanese fans have been some of the most passionate supporters of rock and roll and as an effort to give back, Richards made this special, limited edition t-shirt based on a photo taken by Claude Gassian on the Japanese leg of the "Steel Wheels" Tour in 1990.
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