Dr. Dog News
5-13-15: Psychedelic rock outfit Dr. Dog will play a small batch of shows over the summer months. The group is slated to make appearances alongside Wilco at Salt River Fields on July 3 and Madison Square Garden on July 10. They'll make their final stop at Shrine Auditorium on October 13.
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Inspired by the likes of The Beach Boys and The Beatles, DIY Philadelphia outfit Dr. Dog rose to cult stardom thanks to an intriguing blend of psychedelia, baroque pop and lo-fi indie rock. Formed as a side project in 1997 by bassist Toby Leaman and guitarist Scott McMicken, two childhood friends who had first showcased their talents in schizophrenic pop oddballs Raccoon, the group first released Dr. Dog tickets after adding keyboardist Zach Miller, guitarist Doug O’Donnell and drummer Ted Mark to their line-up. 2001 saw the arrival of both Dr. Dog’s sprawling 35-track debut album, The Psychedelic Swamp, and Raccoon’s eponymous first studio effort. But after the latter split shortly after, Leaman and McMicken became free to focus all their energies on its offshoot and Dr. Dog tickets were regularly made available for shows across their hometown. After a copy of 2002’s Toothbrush found its way into the hands of Jim James, the band were invited to tour with My Morning Jacket, and following the release of 2004’s Easy Beat, Dr. Dog tickets went on sale for their first ever cross-country tour. 2007’s more polished-sounding We All Belong was promoted by a national TV debut on Late Night with David Letterman, which increased the demand for Dr. Dog tickets, as did appearances on Conan O’Brien, Jimmy Fallon and Craig Ferguson’s talk shows. In 2008, the group scored their first Billboard chart entry with fifth studio effort, Fate, and released Dr. Dog tickets for an accompanying tour. Dr. Dog tickets then went on sale for a run of shows with The Cave Singers and label mates Golden Boots, before the group signed to ANTI- Records and ventured into punk rock for 2010’s Shame, Shame, a No.44 hit on the Billboard 200. 2012’s Be The Void was supported by a national tour and a number of high-profile TV slots including a performance in front of fans with Dr. Dog tickets at Los Angeles’ Orpheum Theatre which was screened on Last Call with Carson Daly. In 2013, the band added to their discography with B-Room, a typically nostalgic but fresh-sounding affair recorded at their very own home-built studio, while fans snapped up Dr. Dog tickets for its accompanying North American tour.
Be The Void (2012)
Shame, Shame (2010)
Passed Away, Vol. 1 (2008)
We All Belong (2007)
Takers And Leavers (2006)
Easy Beat (2005)
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Dr. Dog Tour Dates
Dr. Dog 2015 Tour Dates
Sat 07/11/15 at Marshfield Fairgrounds in Marshfield, MA
Sat 08/08/15 at Eastern Promenade in Portland, ME
Fri 08/28/15 at Cool River Ranch in Martindale, TX