US T-shirt company Everywhere is making face masks from unsold band shirts. Bob Weir of The Grateful Dead is among musicians who have donated shirts for the initiative. Photo: Bob Weir US T-shirt company Everywhere is making face masks from unsold band shirts. Bob Weir of The Grateful Dead is among musicians who have donated shirts for the initiative. Photo: Bob Weir
US T-shirt company Everywhere is making face masks from unsold band shirts. Bob Weir of The Grateful Dead is among musicians who have donated shirts for the initiative. Photo: Bob Weir

Concert T-shirts cut up to make face masks in Covid-19 fight, and The Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir is among musicians donating unsold tees

  • US T-shirt company Everywhere is making face masks from unsold band shirts and donating them to charities and facilities in need
  • When members of The Grateful Dead and Widespread Panic heard about it, they donated about 5,000 T-shirts for the operation, which has distributed 20,000 masks

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
US T-shirt company Everywhere is making face masks from unsold band shirts. Bob Weir of The Grateful Dead is among musicians who have donated shirts for the initiative. Photo: Bob Weir US T-shirt company Everywhere is making face masks from unsold band shirts. Bob Weir of The Grateful Dead is among musicians who have donated shirts for the initiative. Photo: Bob Weir
US T-shirt company Everywhere is making face masks from unsold band shirts. Bob Weir of The Grateful Dead is among musicians who have donated shirts for the initiative. Photo: Bob Weir
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