On October 5th 1990 Alan John Wren, Ian George Brown, Gary Nigel Mounfield and John Thomas Squire appeared at Wolverhampton Crown Court facing charges of criminal damage and a potential custodial sentence. It was the final conclusion to a case that had seen the group appear in court in Wolverhampton on four occasions throughout that year. A seminal and infamous chapter in the story of one of the world’s greatest ever bands, and one of the most fascinating stories in Wolverhampton’s music history.
Free The Roses pays homage to this seminal moment in 1990 when the Stone Roses became an immortal, and infamous part of Wolverhampton’s music history.
Hand screen printed in the West Midlands with water based inks on fairwear cotton and available in both men's long and unisex short sleeve t-shirt.
Disclaimer: True Reverie does not support or endorse criminal damage but does support the right for artists to protect their artistic integrity