Meet The Band
Don White – Chief Tire Rotator and Lead Guitar
Don started playing guitar at a very young age and brings lots of experience with him to our group. His guitar skills show him to be an outstanding performer and entertainer.
Pat McLoughlin – Top Oil and Lube Man – Front Man and Lead Vocals
Pat McLoughlin is equally lively and entertaining as the The Gas Pump Jockeys front man, a role he has had since the band’s inception twenty years ago. He too, is everywhere on stage and off. His banter with the audience is so entertaining that it’s often worth seeing the band just to see what will happen between the crowd and his wackiness. Also an excellent harmony singer, you might be surprised at how well he blends with the other vocalists in the group. Pat McLoughlin is the group’s epicenter and a dynamic performer, as well as the stage leader of The Gas Pump Jockeys.
Scott Langley – Chief Coke Bottle Washer and Coffee Maker – Drummer & Vocals
Talented drummer Scott Langley keeps The Gas Pump Jockeys on track throughout the show. A veteran of many successful bands, he keeps the pace of the show moving and pounds out the beat for all of those great songs. Though perched behind his drums, he also joins in on vocals. Heard on almost every song as a harmony voice, his range will leave you amazed. Pretty good for a guy who “is just the drummer”, but Scott Langley is so much more than that with The Gas Pump Jockeys.
Mike Losekamp – Tune Up Specialist – Keyboards & Vocals
Mike is a former member of The Cyrkle, a chart-topping group with memorable songs like “Red Rubber Ball”, written by Paul Simon, and the original song, “Turn Down Day”. He is an amazing vocalist, keyboardist, and performer!
Roscoe Rousculp – Chief Mechanic – Bass Guitar & Vocals
He may be the newest jockey to join the band, but Mike “Roscoe” Rousculp’s resume is long and impressive. He was a key member of the national band Dixie Peach who toured the country during the ‘70s in support of their self titled album. Of late, he has been a key player in the Beatles Tribute band, “Ticket To Ride”, playing the role of Paul McCartney.As the bassist, he brings remarkable vocal skills to The Gas Pump Jockeys. He sings in a manner similar to not only Sir Paul, but like Steve Perry as well. His harmony skills have enhanced the Jockeys already impressive vocal range, and his contributions musically have made this lineup of the band the very best in its long history.
Mark Smith – Check your tires, Look under the hood, Clean the windshield – Sound Man Extraordinaire
The stage members of The Gas Pump Jockeys will quickly and unanimously admit that the most important member of the organization is the sound man, and in this band that person is Mark Smith. Mark spins the correct dials and pushes the right buttons that balances the sound of the band, controls the volume and insures that those listening to The Gas Pump Jockeys has an enjoyable experience. Without Mark Smith, The Gas Pump Jockeys would sound like every other self-service filling station musical group that hurts your ears and makes your eyes water. But thankfully he is with The Gas Pump Jockeys and his talents place them above all of the others.