"What Would You Give In Exchange For Your Soul" designed by Bailey Elder.
The first of a series of garments emblazoned with timeless lyrics extracted from Old Time music and early mountain culture with profits donated to different charities that support the lands and peoples where the lyrics originate.
Written by F.J. Berry in 1912 and popularized by Old Time musicians of the Appalachian Mountains such as Doc Watson, Bill Monroe, and Lester Flatt, "What Would You Give In Exchange For Your Soul" asks the deepest of introspective inquiries. So, do you have your answer yet?
Profits from the sale of this shirt go to the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, an organization that manages and preserves the 2,200 miles of scenic trail that winds through the beautiful Appalachian Mountains and the homes of many of the finest Old Time and bluegrass artists in history.
Screen printed by Minor Press on Gildan Heavy cotton tees. Hand-dyed shirts were made one by one with organic turmeric and are unique products. The shirt you receive may look different than the images displayed.