Monthly Archives: March 2012
…with wardrobe provided by (guess who)…
23 Mars | Södra Teatern, Stockholm (Christian Kjellvander medverkar ej)
24 Mars | Gävle teater
25 Mars | TBA
26 Mars | TBA
27 Mars | Skandia Teatern, Norrköping
28 Mars | Sigurdsgatan 25, Västerås
29 Mars | Nöjesfabriken, Karlstad
30 Mars | Vänersborgs Teater
31 Mars | TBA, (Anna Stadling medverkar ej)
14 April | Skebobrukspuben
20 April | Södra Teatern, Stockholm
25 May | Södra Teatern, Stockholm
26 May | Skottvångs Grufva, Mariefred
Go ! We promise you’ll have a great time!
We’ve expanded our warehouse store in Oxelösund. We’re now bigger, better & cheaper with all items less than 100 crowns and all direct from the U.S.A.!
Come see us on Fridays & Saturdays!
We’re open from 14-18 on Fridays and 12-15 on Saturdays.
It’s just a little over 1 hour’s drive from Stockholm and 10 minutes from Nyköping. Take the E-4 to Nyköping and then head east on 53 to Oxelösund. We’re just next to the big Posten as you drive into town.
[fbnotliked]Insert Your “UNLIKED” Content Here[/fbnotliked] We’re so proud of our store video made by Linnea Andersson Roden. Take a look…
_______________________________________________________________Come see AMERICANA Classic Vintage at Gamla Brogatan 23 in Stockholm for yourself.
In 1897, native Tennessean C.C. Hudson left his home in Williamson County to work in the emerging textile mills of North Carolina. After his workplace closed down in 1904, he and a few of the other workers got together to form the Hudson Overall Company on South Elm Street in Greensboro, North Carolina. After a while, the business grew with a following of laborers and railroad workers as its main clients.
Legend has it that a group of customers gave Hudson a bell, which became covered in blue denim dust, and the name of the company was changed to “Blue Bell Overall Company.” In 1936, Blue Bell introduced “Super Big Ben Overalls” made of 100% Sanforized fabric that reduced shrinkage to less than 1% after washing. This set a new standard for the denim industry and firmly put Blue Bell on the work-wear map.
In the 1940s, Blue Bell began to make denim jeans for cowboys and from that the “Wrangler” western wear line was born. Today, the company continues to be known as Wrangler, but those who respect the heritage of the brand continue to refer to its Blue Bell roots.
_______________________________________________________________AMERICANA always has an amazing collection of vintage Blue Bell in our Stockholm store.