Impulse is three variations of the same guy. I feel sorry for the guy in Rosco who drew the short straw and had to wear the jumpsuit. That first band seems recognizable. Maybe it's just the Jerry Seinfeld-looking dude in it.
Oh my eyes! The plaid! It stings!
"Shucks, it's country music." HA! Yes, I would have guessed that. The banjo, jug, goofy hats, and guns were good clues.That plaid from Rosco--wow! I agree with Pam. That stuff really stands out and not in a good way.The Mom(?) on the left side in the portrait today looks frightened. I think I'd be frightened too if I were in her shoes.
If someone told me I had to play in a country band with a jug, I would jump in front of a bullet train.
Spreadeagle....really, that's the best they could come up with?A MOVING bullet train Cary.Umm, no way the picture of my 70s Country Rock band gets on this list. I think I burned all the pictures.
I love so much about these. The guy jumping out of the time tunnel makes me happy!There are laws against that quantity of plaid in one place, especially plaids made from synthetic fabric.
OMG! These all made me laugh so hard, esp. the plaid band. I'm not sure what is going on in the second to last picture, but the expressions on the guy's faces are just awesome.Cary, this may be a repost (tho I've never seen it before), but it is one of those that should be reposted annually, I think.
The guy on the far left in Tuff Stuff has something very interesting going on in his jeans. Like "Ripley's Believe It or Not" kinda interesting.
@RGR LOL!He's got an armadillo in his trousers!
Third Pic: I would not call Boney M a "Bar Band".
Okay. We won't make you.
I'll bet you a dollar there's a body behind that wood paneling.
My ex showed me a promo pic of his one band.. It's current... I about pissed my pants laughing.. I told him it was total cheese. If I can find it, I'll post it hahHmm.. maybe that was the beginning of the end.
I'm getting a polyester rash just looking at these, oh that plaid (and they're from Toronto, ACK!), haha! RGR, there is deffo some pantsnake going on there. Urgh. The first one is just...gaaaaah. No.
How come the Tennessee Hotpants are not wearing hot pants?
There's not only no hot pants, Frank, but Barbara Allen is trying to show you what goes in her hot pants. I had white go-go boots just like that in first grade, and even now, I still think from time to time just how fabulous they were.