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The Webster 9
The Webster 9
The Webster 9

Cotton Blocks

The Webster 9

Regular price $30.00
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Fine Jersey 100% Combed Ring-Spun Cotton

Backorder Order Option

Out of stock size/color can be ordered with the "backorder" option under the 'size' button when available. These items will be printed and shipped within 30 days. Cotton Blocks screen-prints our own tees & hoodies, we do not manufacture the tees and hoodies, we rely on the inventory of our fabulous partners and backordering options are based on that expected availability.

Small Batch Printing

Our screen printed hoodies & tees are printed in monthly small batches!

Orders ship in 2-3 weeks, you will receive a shipping notification.

Care Instructions

  • Machine wash warm, inside out with like colors
  • Only non chlorine bleach
  • Tumble dry low
  • Medium Iron
  • Do not iron screen print
  • Do not dry clean

100 % No Sweatshops & Eco-Friendly

    Always Remember Webster (1943-2002) 

    Lewis was born in 1943 in Baltimore, Maryland. He earned a bachelor's degree from Morgan State University and then completed a master's degree at the New England Conservatory of Music under Gunther Schuller. He started out in jazz working with drummer Tony Williams, George Russell, Bill Evans, Stanton Davis, and the Piano Choir. His first release was Live at Club 7, issued in 1971. He signed with Epic Records in 1976 and began releasing disco music, where he found commercial success. He had two charting singles, 1977's "On the Town/Saturday Night Steppin' Out/Do it With Style" (U.S. Club Play #36) and 1980's "Give Me Some Emotion" (U.S. #107, Black Singles #41).

    Lewis worked extensively as a session musician and studio arranger, for Herbie Hancock, Barry White, and others. He also produced for such artists as Gwen McCrae and Michael Wycoff. He later branched into soundtrack work for film and television, including for the films The Hearse (1980), Body and Soul (1981) and My Tutor (1983).

    In 1963, Lewis co-founded Iota Phi Theta fraternity, which is part of the National Pan-Hellenic Council.

    Lewis died in 2002 in Barryville, New York, as a result of diabetes.