Prince Rogers Nelson, the musical icon known worldwide simply as Prince, was one of the most celebrated artists of the past four decades. Prince, who made the color purple a symbol of his unique identity, catapulted to international stardom in 1984 in the semi-autobiographical rock concert movie Purple Rain. Prince often was described as an artist who transcended the boundaries of race, gender, and music genre. In the early 1980s, he was one of the first African-American recording artists to succeed in making a major crossover into white popular music audiences-a substantial amount of his music incorporated rock, new wave, and other genres more associated with white audiences than Black ones. Throughout his career, Prince's bands were always racially mixed--a rarity in popular music. His concert audiences may have been the most racially diverse in all of popular music.
White shirt with graphic on the front. Crewneck collar.
- 100% ringspun cotton
- double-needle stitching throughout
- coverseamed neck with lay flat collar
- tag-free neck label
- shoulder-to-shoulder tape