Sunday night style of a comfy cardigan and statement stripes from Clyde McPhatter, the legendary R&B singer and doo woo trailblazer who built his career in the 1950s as lead tenor of Billy Ward and his Dominoes before creating his own group, The Drifters. Unfortunately, McPhatter died in June 1972 at age 39, depressed over the decline of his successful career; 15 years later, he would be posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and would become the first person to be twice inducted (once for his solo career and once for his Drifters role.)
@nickgross_drift newest version of his s14 is nothing less of a master piece. @colorbombwraps_az did an outstanding job on the custom printed wrap and nicks fab work was spot on! I met up with nick this morning so we could quickly film a instagram video that will be dropped in the next day or two so keep an eye out!