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Kendra Meinert column: Mystery Girls reunite for last time. Probably

2:48 PM, Apr. 12, 2013
Brandi Carlile
Brandi Carlile
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Never say never in rock, but tonight could be the last ever Mystery Girls show in Green Bay.

"This is going to be it. Almost. Probably,'' says bass player Michael Zink.

Or, it could just be another 71/2 years before the Girls can get the guys, now scattered across the country, together for another reunion gig. The Green Bay band, whose roots stretch back to Southwest High School in the last 1990s, haven't played a gig since November 2005 at the now defunct Main Stage, so it's no wonder they're excited for tonight's performance at Phat Headz, 420 N. Clay St. - the first of three in the state. ...

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