Radio Doctors had over 1,000,000 titles in its store in 1979. Think about that for a moment in our age of digital music. Back then, everything was manually cataloged, WITHOUT a computer. The record shop on Wells Street first started as a radio repair shop in 1929 by Lazaar Glassman. His son Stuart later convinced him to sell phonograph records in part of the store during WWII, just as records were starting to take off. Radio Doctors was known as THE place for record enthusiasts and aficionados to get hard to find and newly released titles and a place to lose yourself in music. Thanks to ‘defunkd’ for showing us a rare and original Radio Doctors t-shirt design which we bring back to life as our new tee.
In the meantime, read Larry Engel's story from the Milwaukee Sentinel about Radio Doctors here.
You'll be glad you did.
Fabric weight 4.2 oz.
50/25/25 polyester/combed ringspun cotton/rayon
Water-based print for aged look and feel
1" rib collar
For best fit, we recommend ordering one size larger than normal.
*Note: It is recommended to wash your tee inside out in cold water with a light detergent before wearing.