Bogus Slogan Poster
Bogus Slogan Poster #00040 - Inside View
From the same first national tour as BS Poster #39, poster #40 promoted the bands appearance betore the mayhem of 1,350 college students at the infamous Darmouth University Annex. Experiencing individual freedom for the first time – old enough to convince others to get into mutual trouble – well, even Bogus Slogan was learning about life on the road.
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To get the band on the road, Mason Kimmers (vocals, guitar), had found an old 1930’s s big band touring bus, the mileage meter displayed 831,233.4. Everyone figured that this was, at least the dial’s second time around. Up on blocks, with shredded rubber tires a thick coat of dust through out the interior (a victim of too many Santa Ana winds); the prospects were no looking good untilthe band met mechanic deluxe Nicky “Va-Voom” Konopolis.
Also know as “Kono,” he had wandered backstage after a local club gig, raving about minor 9ths against walking bass lines supporting the octatonic scale. Somebody started him with a beer and for the next 30 minutes he ruminated on music theory, comparing the turn of the century classical avant-garde with the middle Musique concrète period. When he finally glanced down at his empty beer bottle with a look of dismay, Kimmer, with omniscience from outer space, asked Kono if he knew how to fix a bus.
Bogus Slogan has been rockin’ the world for over half a century. Springing from the Surf, Psychedelic, Garage of the Southern California 60s, the band has released over 3 dozen albums and toured America & the World extensively.
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