Steve Bergman opened his landmark Ann Arbor vinyl shop, Schoolkids' Records, at 523 E. Liberty St in May of 1976. It was the pinnacle of the days of well-staffed and hugely knowledgeable music loving employees who could wax poetic about any genre. They were early supporters of the NYC punk scene that was just starting and over the years there were in-store meet-ups with acts like Iggy Pop, Dexter Gordon, Stevie Ray Vaughan, The Ramones, Indigo Girls and k.d. lang (the Violent Femmes performed in the store several times over the years too). These days, in the age of iTunes downloads and Spotify accounts, Bergman says "I was a brick-and-mortar guy interacting with customers.”
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Love the sizing, and I love how soft and wearable the heather blend is. And the colors are perfect: Maize and Blue!
Love the fabric, love the design. But potential buyers need to know these run long. I’m a short guy, only 5’6”, 165 lbs and the XL comes down to my mid-thighs. Men’s tee shirts should only go about two inches past your waistband (or the bottom of your belt), and it should end right around mid-fly. This one will need to be worn tucked in.