Bob White was a wannabe wrestler in the 50s who was a regular at the Hi-Lo club in Battle Creek. His dream was to enter the local wrestling circuit using the stage name Mark Shannon but he never did. At the time rock ‘n’ roll singer Charles Westover was often performing at the Hi-Lo club and had been looking for a new name to use. When he heard that Bob wasn’t going with the Shannon name after all he decided to run with it. Instead of Mark he used Del as his first name, a contraction of the much admired Caddilac Coup de Ville that was often seen driving the streets of Battle Creek. From his unjustly forgotten 1968 psych-pop album “The Further Adventures Of Charles Westover”… Gemini.