A new Oasis t-shirt range has been launched to aid London's 100 Club.
The historic venue has suffered a tough 12 months, with the pandemic reducing the Oxford Street hub's income to zero.
Initially a jazz redoubt, the 100 Club became a punk epicentre, and has hosted countless historic shows over the years.
Oasis played the London venue in 1994, and were paid the princely sum of £250 for their troubles.
The original 100 Club booking from 1994 – only £250!
Oasis/100club T-shirts go on sale this Weds for 24hrs only. The collaboration will help the club raise funds during lockdown… 50% of profits going straight to @100clubLondon. #SupportLiveMusic pic.twitter.com/9xFrv0cKmQ
— Oasis (@oasis) March 21, 2021
In a new move, the band have organised a special, limited edition 100 Club t-shirt to raise funds for the venue.
50% of proceeds go straight to the Oxford Street space, going on sale from 9am on March 24th. Here's the information below.
To celebrate the 27th anniversary of Oasis’ 1994 @100ClubLondon gig this March, we’ve teamed up with the iconic venue to release a special limited edition T-shirt, available to order for 24 hours only!
T-shirts go on sale 9am UK, Wednesday 24th March: https://t.co/JtG5S3jesc pic.twitter.com/6JkZ1BGjJt
— Oasis (@oasis) March 19, 2021
Finally, is an Oasis biopic on the way? The Gallagher Bros. have formed a new film production company… Photo Credit: Jill Furmanovsky
Join us on the ad-free creative social network Vero, as we get under the skin of global cultural happenings. Follow Clash Magazine as we skip merrily between clubs, concerts, interviews and photo shoots. Get backstage sneak peeks, exclusive content and access to Clash Live events and a true view into our world as the fun and games unfold.