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Churchill's T-Shirt Swap Meet: Buy Rat Bastard, Holy Terrors, DJ Le Spam's Old Clothes!

Scoring one of Jimi Hendrix's chromatic gauze button-downs on eBay won't be smooth sailing. But how about a band tee from the closet of a South Florida music legend?

The first-ever Churchill's T-Shirt Swap Meet will be a congregation of exactly that sort, where you'll be able to peruse the collection of Miami godfather of noise Rat Bastard or snag a cotton artifact that might have been worn during an early Holy Terrors show (original member Rob Elba and bassist William Trev "will be purging their wares").

Duds from Humbert/I Don't Know bassist Tony Landa (whose alleged choice T is a black Lolitaville Holy Terrors shirt), DJ Le Spam, owner of Public Image Vintage Andrew Vincent, NiC FiT Vintage, Iron Forge Press, and several others will satisfy those with a penchant for timeless music garb.

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Jessica Militare