Reni- Bangs the Drum
We suggest sizing up on small and medium sizes if you prefer a more relaxed fit.
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Mens Tshirt Colour Chart
Mens Tshirt Size Chart
MENS T-SHIRT SIZE CHART
- Pre-shrunk to minimise shrinkage
- All measurements taken in inches - Pit to Pit & Collar to Hem
Small - Pit to Pit 17" - Collar to Hem 28"
Medium - Pit to Pit 19" - Collar to Hem 29"
Large - Pit to Pit 21" - Collar to Hem 30"
XLarge - Pit to Pit 23" - Collar to Hem 31"
XXLarge - Pit to Pit 25" - Collar to Hem 32"
3XLarge - Pit to Pit 28" - Collar to Hem 33"
Reni- Bangs the Drum T-Shirts
This Reni design has been drawn in pencil by Mark Reynolds. Using the best T-Shirt printing process (Direct to Garment) we are able to reproduce this drawing onto T-Shirts.
This T-Shirt is available in a wide range of colours and sizes. It is exclusive to Mr Art and can only be purchased from this website.
Features a crew neck and short sleeves.
Reni who’s real name is Alan John Wren joined the Stone Roses in May 1984 after reading an advertisement the band had placed in Manchesters A1 Music Store.
His laid-back style of complex, off-beat rhythms was influential in bringing about the blend of indie and dance music which formed much of the Manchester (or Madchester) sound of the day. He is considered by many industry insiders to be the best drummer of his generation.
During The Stone Roses he could be easily identified by the now iconic bucket hat.
The Stone Roses are an English rock band formed in Manchester in 1983. They were one of the pioneering groups of the Madchester movement that was active during the late 1980s and early 1990s. The band’s most successful lineup consists of vocalist Ian Brown, guitarist John Squire, bassist Gary “Mani” Mounfield, and drummer Alan “Reni” Wren
The Stone Roses Reunion
On 2 December 2011 Ian Brown and John Squire performed together live for the first time since 1995. They joined Mick Jones from The Clash, The Farm and Pete Wylie at the Manchester Ritz in aid of the Justice for Hillsborough campaign. They performed on versions of The Clash’s “Bank robber” and “Armagidion Time” as well as The Stone Roses’ “Elizabeth My Dear”.On 23 May 2012, The Stone Roses held their first public concert since their reunion, playing an 11-song set before 1000 fans at Parr Hall in Warrington. The show, which was only announced that afternoon, was free to attend for those who brought a Stone Roses CD, LP or shirt with them.