Music and sports go hand and hand. You always see athletes wearing their headphones, listening to their favorite music to get psyched up for their games. How about musicians? Do they get pumped up when they are watching sports? Well, the guys on The Drive know that one guy does.

Rich Polk

Chris Vos the lead singer of The Record Company, a grammy nominated band that is dominating the airwaves on ESPN and many of your favorite sporting events, joined The Drive with Charlie & Dan today. Sure, rock musicians aren't exactly sports experts but Chris knows his stuff and it was a really fun conversation. Whether it was his beloved Milwaukee Brewers, Green Bay Packers or even Tom Brady, Chris was on top of it! You can listen to the entire conversation below.

It was very cool to talk to the lead singer talk about about the relationship between sports and music. He told the story about sitting on his coach watching a Green Bay Packers game when one of the band's songs was played as they were going to commercial and how cool that was. We also talked to Chris about the similarities between being in a band and being part of a sports team. It was a really interesting perspective that only someone in his shoes can truly convey.

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You can check out The Record Company's new LP "Play Loud" featuring "How High," which is one of the top songs being played on ESPN right now. I saw the band open for John Mayer a few years ago. They are really talented with an awesome sound. They will be on tour starting next week and you can check out their tour dates at therecordcompany.net.

Joe Scarnici

Chris Vos is really cool guy and Dan and I look forward to having him back on The Drive soon. Musicians and athletes are just different shades of gray. They are both superiorly talented. They both need to practice to perform on an elite level and they need to be able to work with others for their ultimate success. Chris Vos is one of the good guys and he gained a bunch of new fans today. Thanks Chris!

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