Three Dog Night – The 2014 Tour
Penultimate American rockers Three Dog Night are back, filling concert halls
and festivals across the country. Don't miss these legends of the early rock movement as they arrive in a location near you,
including: Northfield, OH; Charenton, LA; Alexandria, VA; Biloxi, MS; Chandler, AZ; las Vegas, NV; Sarasota and Jacksonville,
FL; and Williamsport, PA. Don't see them in your area? Have no fear. Three Dog Night is always playing a jam packed tour schedule
and is constantly adding new tour stops. Keep up to date on all of the latest Three Dog Night news right here on StubHub.com.
Dog Night will be packing the biggest and most exciting theatres, casinos, and music halls all across the USA. Whether they're
playing at the most luxurious casinos (Eastside Cannery Casino Hotel, Wild Horse Pass Resort and Casino), the most prestigious
arts centers (Williamsport Community Arts Center, Van Wezel Performing Arts Center), or the coolest clubs (Shortys, Birchmere
Music Hall), Three Dog Night consistently delivers one of the most soul filled and entertaining shows in music today. Don't
miss your chance to see these living legends in the flesh!
About Three Dog Night
The original Three Dogs,
Danny Hutton, Cory Wells, and Chuck Negron, would begin collaborating together in the late 'sixties. At first they just were
three vocalists experimenting with music and eager to catch the rock wave of that era. The trio would record for a short time
under the moniker Redwood before hiring a full band and renaming themselves Three Dog Night. Recruiting established musicians
such as Michael Allsup, Jimmy Greenspoon, Floyd Sneed, and Joe Schermie, this original incarnation of Three Dog night would
hit the airwaves hard, quickly gaining popularity and establishing a cult following that would land them nationwide tours
and push their album sales into the hundreds of thousands.
No strangers to performing with a large outfit onstage, Three
Dog Night would typically perform with around eight members onstage at a time. With the rock scene constantly in flux, musicians
would constantly come and go from the band's lineup almost yearly. The core of the band, however – Wells, Negron, and
Hutton – would remain intact. Three Dog Night would be famous across the country by the early 'seventies. The band would
spend their golden years constantly recording and performing before creative differences caused them to split up temporarily
Three Dog Night would make a comeback in 1981 after going through significant lineup changes and dealing with
personal issues, including battles with drug addictions. 1985 would prove to be a heart-wrenching year as the band officially
let go original member Chuck Negron due to his drug habit. After further changes in the lineup, the band's success would continue
throughout the 'eighties and 'nineties thanks to their balance of older classics with constant production of new hit records.
They would branch into television and film, recording for various films and performing on the hit show Spotlight on Country.
Three Dog Night's breakout album would be their self-titled debut, which dropped in 1968. The album
would be a monumental success, charting all over the United States and Canada. Carried by hits singles "Nobody," "Try a Little
Tenderness," and "One," the album would propel Three Dog Night to fame and put them on the tour trail virtually overnight.
follow-up album, Suitable for Framing, had considerable expectations to live up to and would pass with flying colors. Hit
singles "Easy to Be Hard" and "Eli's Coming" would both chart in the Top 20. Along with other monumental hit single "Celebrate,"
Suitable for Framing would become perhaps the quintessential Three Dog Night release and cemented them as a major force in
Releasing major hit albums would become par for the Three Dog course, and it was no surprise when their
fifth studio album Naturally would drop in 1970 with yet another litany of Top 20 hits, including "Joy to the World," "Liar,"
and "One Man Band." Despite lineup shakeups, Three Dog Night has been recording and releasing hit singles and albums for over
three decades. Their latest hit is 2009's "Heart of Blues."
Chuck Negron, founding member of Three
Dog Night, would eventually kick his drug habit and move on to have a successful solo career.
The band has dealt with
tragedy as well as success over its lifetime. Bassist Joe Schermie, one of the original Three Dog Night members, passed away
The Three Dog Night Concert Experience
With over a hundred years of cumulative performing experience,
Three Dog Night puts on a show unlike any other. Whether they're drawing from their extensive repertoire of 'seventies hits
or busting out their newest tunes from their forthcoming album, the Three Dog Night experience is literally a live reenactment
of the progression of classic American rock. Don't miss your opportunity to see these musical legends in the flesh!