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The DSB is our primary bumper music band. They are rarely, if ever, seen in public and this classic picture is one of only a handful in existence today.
Ugandan national, musical savant. Another one of Mediocre Record's talents. This man can play any style of music and can be heard on some of the High On Sports podcasts.
A Death Metal band from Leningrad, Russia who was before their time but never made it due to oppressive Soviet rule back in the 70's and 80's. The photo you see is what time and hard living has done to them, but they still rock hard! They were found accidentally by Mediocre Records and now plays some of the bumper music for the show...enjoy!
This is the powerhouse quartet in their heyday! From left to right are Nikolai (lead singer), Vladimir (lead guitar), Boris (drums), and Dmitry (bass). This photo was taken at the only show they ever performed. The Soviets deemed them too intense and they never played a live show again.
A fledgling new country band that has a big local following in their hometown Lafayette, Louisiana but not well known outside of their own state. The guys, Josh Thibodeau and Ricky Luke Boudreaux are best known for setting up at rest stops along the Louisiana interstates and playing for all the truck drivers, hence their name. They are a big hit with the truckers and have the CB handles "Plastic Man" and "Lot Lizard". They can also be heard playing bumper music for the show.
Dick Berger is, or was, a studio jazz musician from Poughkeepsie, NY who loved to smoke almost as much as he loved jazz. In the early 60's Dick recorded one album with a couple of musicians calling themselves The Dick Berger Trio but they soon quit the band for fear of second hand smoke. He moved to Nashville shortly thereafter and lived in anonymity for over 40 years. Dick sold his jazz catalog to Mediocre Records this year and has since moved back to Poughkeepsie to live out his life enjoying his Camel's. You can hear some of his smooth jazz on the podcast.