“How do you feel?” said Kinks guitarist Dave Davies as he took the stage Easter Sunday in Chicago. “I said, ‘Do you feel good?’” he asked again, rhetorically, before answering the question himself with the opening line of the 1965 Kinks single “Till the End of the Day.” Click here to read the whole article on Forbes’s website.
White Mystery are siblings Miss Alex White and Francis Scott Key White, a Chicago based garage rock duo formed in 2008. Omaha artist Mike Kronberger (link his name to https://mikekronberger.com/white-mystery) created this poster in 2015 for their Omaha show at the Reverb Lounge with pretty much just a pencil adding the colors in digitally. The hair pattern was later used as a background graphic for the Miss Alex White custom signature fuzz pedal “Firekeeper.”
On February 16, 2019, for one night only, SPIN Chicago is transforming into a pop-up roller rink from 9pm-1am downtown! “Match Made in Heaven” is a free event, presented by White Mystery and 1833 that kicks off with a retro fashion show on wheels by indie label Crystal Gravy. Bring your own skates, or rent a pair for $5, and cruise to awesome soul, funk, disco and more tunes from DJs Miss Alex White & White Francis! Photo by Diane Alexander White.