Blackfoot Gypsies

Harmonica Dunn Presents:

Blackfoot Gypsies

White Mystery, The Evening Attraction

Sat, June 24, 2017

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Beat Kitchen

Chicago, IL

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

Blackfoot Gypsies
Blackfoot Gypsies
Nashville’s Blackfoot Gypsies are a rock ’n’ roll band—straight up, no modifiers necessary. With four years, four releases, and countless miles under their belt as a two-piece guitar & drums powerhouse, Zack Murphy and Matthew Paige have recently added fellow brethren Dylan Whitlow (bass) and Ollie Dogg (harmonica), bolstering their passionate, careening, undeniably American sound. Seeing the band live is like watching someone cling to a firehose at full blast or dig their heels in atop a thrashing mechanical bull… holding on for dear life, slowly guiding and reacting to forces at the brink of their control, somehow coming up aces in the end.

Blackfoot Gypsies have shared bills with everyone from the Alabama Shakes and Trampled by Turtles to Futurebirds, The Ettes and The Carolina Chocolate Drops. Their second full-length LP, Handle It (coming fall 2014), is the band’s debut as a full-throttle four piece. Drawing inspiration from the downhome roots of the Delta blues and the foreboding ghosts of country music’s past, Murphy, Paige & Co. go to the same well as Zeppelin, the Stones & The Faces, coming up with bucketful of angsty rock 'n' roll that’ll jolt your flatlined heart back into perfect rhythm.

Rock and roll is alive. The Blackfoot Gypsies are proof.
White Mystery
White Mystery
White Mystery was born on April 20, 2008, when Miss Alex White & and her beloved brother Francis Scott Key White spotted a shiny Airheads candy wrapper on the ground. That silvery strip of reflective paper sparked an onslaught of rock genius fortified with Chicago DIY determination. The rest is White Mystery history; like clockwork, they have released new music every year on that same date.
The Evening Attraction
What is there to be said about the evening attraction? Should we talk about Joey’s Addiction to Beach Boy LPs or maybe Miles’ pomade preferences? Paul Ansani, Nick Tumminello, Joey Abaroa and Miles Malin are a quartet of Rock’n’Rollers making tracks that swing, bop, rattle and roll. You’ll soon be able to find their new single online and at the very record stores they spend their time and money in. The Kids Don’t Care For Rock’n’Roll/ Tea Party, is the forthcoming single recorded directly to 2” tape at Chicago’s own Treehouse Records, where their first full length “Almost Desperate”, was recorded nearly 2 years ago. These 2 brand new cuts contain riffs that Keith Richards could get behind, and vocal harmonies that The Zombies would rubber stamp… and all they want to do is share them with you. Peace and love
Venue Information:
Beat Kitchen
2100 West Belmont Avenue
Chicago, IL, 60618
http://www.beatkitchen.com/