Dr Dog Schedule
Dr. Dog manifests psychedelic pop into their music that is reminiscent of the magical sounds of
the '60s. The band generated a buzz with Easy Beat (2005), which claimed favorable reviews from fans and critics alike.
yourself up for some infectious, rambling indie rock, and grab your tickets for one of their upcoming shows set for: Terminal
5 in New York, New York; Town Ballroom in Buffalo, New York; Higher Ground in Burlington, Vermont; The Electric Factory in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Madison Theater in Covington, Kentucky; Milwaukee Turner Hall Ballroom in Milwaukee, Wisconsin;
First Avenue in Minneapolis, Minnesota; Riviera Theatre in Chicago, Illinois; The Civic Theatre New Orleans, Louisiana; Warehouse
Live in Houston, Texas; Stubbs BarBQ in Austin, Texas; House of Blues in Dallas, Texas; Crescent Ballroom in Phoenix, Arizona;
The Observatory Santa Ana in Santa Ana, California; Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles, California; The Catalyst Santa Cruz in
Santa Cruz, California; The Warfield in San Francisco, California; McMenamins Crystal Ballroom in Portland, Oregon; The Neptune
in Seattle, Washington; and more!
These guys consistently pump up the crowds at every venue they hit. If you haven't
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Dr Dog Background
Hailing from the Philadelphia era, Scott McMicken
and Toby Leaman first started jamming together in eighth grade. Even back then, the duo selected to pen all of their own original
material rather than play cover songs.
Dr. Dog started as a spin-off of indie rock group, Raccoon - an earlier project
of McMicken's and Leaman's. When they added more members to the mix, they became Dr. Dog. They've been churning out their
funky sounds together since 1999, beginning with their self-released first album, The Psychedelic Swamp (2001). Toothbrush
followed in 2002, and they inked a deal with Park The Van Records, releasing Easy Beat under that label in 2005.
band additionally depended on the Internet to promote their expanding songbook. In the summer of 2007, they put 10 tracks
on their website and issued a new song each Monday from July 2, 2007, through September 3, 2007. Eventually, Dr. Dog included
these songs on an album, Passed Away, Vol. 1.
The group's brand of pop rock mates inspirations of 1960's bands with
the lo-fi sound and pop sensibilities of '90's indie rock bands. Influenced by talents like Tom Waits, Neil Young, David Bowie,
The Beatles, The Beach Boys and more, and they also give a nod to the works of R. Stevie Moore, Roy Wood, Palace Brothers
Dr Dog Hit Albums
According to Mess + Noise editor and music editor of The Big Issue Doug
Wallen, "There's a little folk, blues, indie rock, soul bluegrass - and a whole lot of down-home harmonizing. It conjures
images of old friends sitting on a porch swapping instruments and just letting the tape recorder run." And you'll agree when
you listen to Dr. Dog albums yourself.
Their albums include: Toothbrush (2002); Easy Beat (2005); We All Belong (2007);
Fate (2008); Shame, Shame (2010); Be the Void (2012); and B-Room (2013). We All Belong landed at No. 30 on the U.S. Heatseekers
chart while their album Easy Beat was lauded by The New York Times music critic Kelefa Sanneh in a 2004 article. Shame, Shame
became Dr. Dog's most commercially successful album, scoring No. 6 on the Independent and Alternative Albums charts and No.
44 on the Billboard 200.
Dr Dog Trivia
Every member of the band, Dr. Dog, has a nickname. And pals of
the band also get assigned nicknames as well. For instance, Scott McMicken is known as Taxi; Toby Leaman is Tables; Zach Miller
is Text; Eric Slick is Teach; Frank McElroy is Thanks; and Dimitri Manos is Tucson.
Dr Dog Concert Experience
out to listen to the timeless, catchy and soulful music of Dr. Dog! Dr. Dog is crisscrossing the nation to put on a live show
brimming with Beach Boys-style harmonies blended with psychedelic pop hooks.
Join their wildly enthusiastic hordes of
fans and see for yourself what all the fuss is about. A live performance affords you the opportunity to experience their crafty
guitar lines, groovy piano sounds and pop-infused melodies that take you back to some great 1960's songs. It's like classic
rock with a new twist for contemporary music lovers.
If you haven't been able to catch a live Dr. Dog show, now is your
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