Part 1: Band Members Wearing Their Own Band Shirt

Rockstar 101: Rule “Numero Uno” – Do not wear your own bands t-shirt or band merch.  That’s equivalent to Kobe Bryant wearing his Los Angeles Lakers jersey to dinner.  Here’s Part 1 of some rockstars breaking the law…

Steven TylerAerosmith

Steven Tyler Wearing An Aerosmith Shirt

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson Wearing His Own Michael Jackson Shirt

Dave Mustaine – Megadeath

Dave Mustaine Wearing A Megadeath Shirt

John Bonham – Led Zeppelin

John Bonham Led Zeppelin Shirt

Axl Rose – Guns N’ Roses             

Axl Rose Wearing A Guns N' Roses Shirt

Johnny Rotten – The Sex Pistols

Johnny Rotten Wearing The Sex Pistols Shirt

Ozzy Osbourne & Geezer Butler – Black Sabbath

Ozzy Osbourne Wearing Black Sabbath Shirt

John Lennon – The Beatles (seemingly joking around)

John Lennon Wearing The Beatles Shirt

Paul McCartney – The Beatles (For Charity designed by daughter Stella McCartney)

Paul McCartney Wearing The Beatles Shirt

Click below for Part 2,3 & 4:

Part 2: Band Members Wearing Their Own Band Shirt

Part 3: Band Members Wearing Their Own Band Shirt

Part 4: Band Members Wearing Their Own Band Shirt


Comments

  1. TIommi@Black-Sabbath says:

    The Black  Sabbath one, that is Geezer Butler and Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi is the one with the Coca-Cola and a cigarette to the right of Ozzy with the chest hair. Also Ozzy is picking Bill Ward's nose.

  2. Janie Jones says:

    You forgot probably the most famous and unrelenting wearer-of-his-own-band’s-shirts — Joe Strummer! At some point it seemed like Clash shirts were the ONLY shirts he wore. And, dare I say, he was probably the only guy that could pull it off. The rest of the band wore Clash shirts on occasion too. I never had a problem with it…

    1. feelnumb says:

      I\’ll be sure to add Joe to part two of the wearing your own shirt offenders.

      Thanks,

      Raul

  3. Geddy says:

    Really? “Megadeath”? Come on guys. This isn’t some cookie cutter trendy bullshit, it’s one of the major pioneers of thrash metal who’s influence spawned thousands of bands. I don’t care if the article is older than I am, I’m here to complain, and complain I did.
    Otherwise, cool article.

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