In the very early 1980’s a second band arose on the tails of McGuffey Lane. Lead by the dynamic singer, Mimi Rousseau, Spittin Image broke on to the scene in an explosive fashion. Their first album, “The Boys a Dancer”, rich with superb songs, all original, they reached the top of the local charts and soon garnered the attention of MCA records who signed them to a national recording contract. Throughout their amazing run, drummer Chip Vivian had front row seat to their rise to fame. Hearing Chip share this story and other including his experiences in Kevin Costner’s band makes this one hour show just fly by.