The Dogs are a Rock n Roll group from Claremont California. Since 1997, these four seasoned and accomplished musicians have been working on a better alternative to "Classic Rock". The careful selection and execution of deep cut vinyl tracks will take you back to where you were when these gems were released. No costumes or gimmicks, just great tunes served up by a tight musical unit who truly love what they do, and give the proper respect and reverence these musical masterpieces deserve.
After 21 years of steady gigs, The Dogs are clearly running on all cylinders and have the same enthusiasm and love for this music as the day they started. With over 130 songs in the current library, The Dogs can easily play 4 gigs without repeating a song. The list of artists runs from Steely Dan, The Grateful Dead, The Cure,Cake, Beatles and Stones, to Zappa and Jethro Tull to name a few. So come on out and give them a listen. That's all these dogs really need!
The Dogs/Hot August Night (Hot August Dogs)will be back at San Manuel Casino/Rock N Brewslounge, for 1 hour shows at
7:00PM and 9:00PM
Sunday, November 18th
Sunday, January 13th
Dean Colley is the King of all Neil Diamond Tribute acts! If you like Neil Diamond (or not), these are great shows!
Rock N Brews has no cover charge
TWENTY ONE YEARS!!!
It was 21 years ago that The Dogs started this amazing journey. We have endured great losses and heartbreaks as a family, but also celebrated great triumphs and unimaginable highs, as our skills both individually and as a group soared. We watched our kids grow up, parents and spouses pass away, careers change, side players come and go, and ruined our bodies moving equipment. We've all played in many bands along the way, but we never thought we would all be together after so many years, in the original lineup, and still thrilled to play these great songs! Thank you for understanding what we do,and being part of The Dog family!
Steve,Matt,Dave, and Frank
DOGS APPLE APP
Many of us lost THE DOGS Apple app with the last IOS upgrade, so here it is again!
The all new Chase's on the corner of Bonita and D st in downtown La Verne is a beauty to behold! Tickets will be on sale soon. We will be doing a combination of The Dogs and a set of Hot August Night with Dean in full garb for this one. Tickets are $150 for the 4 course wine paired dinner starting at 6:00 PM, and show starting at 8:00. Doors open to the public at 10:00 for our last 2 sets and ringing in the new year.
Grazies Sunday Afternoon Residency
Jan, 06 02:00 PM
The Dogs are happy to return to our Sunday afternoon Dogfest.
HAN/Dogs at San Manuel Rock N Brews
Jan, 13 07:00 PM
Hot August Night, AKA The Diamond Dogs, are getting our Neil Diamond on at San Manuel with our buddy Dean Colley. We'll be doing two one hour shows starting at 7:00 and 9:00.
No cover charge.
Grazie's Sunday Afternoon Residency!
Dec, 09 02:00 PM
Time for another great Sunday afternoon at Grazies. Go to church late,get your In N Out on, and wash the Dogs!
We will be playing one Sunday every month until June!
An EPIC job of video by Jordan Keith. email@example.com
Beds Are Burning at "Garden Groove"
Thanks Eric Davis for the iPhone video work!
Mother Goose. One of our favorite Jethro Tull classics.
Recorded at Buccaneer Lounge in Sierra Madre 7/16
Into the Mystic.
Steve sings his heart out on this Van Morrison classic.
One of our favorite Dead tunes!
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Mt Baldy Lodge 5/21/16. Special thanks to Robert Jacobs for enhancing the lights, and making this video on the fly! Check out his Facebook page at Midnight Sun Lightshow. A brilliant guy and longtime Dog Pack member!
Soul Kitchen at the Mt Baldy Lodge 5/21/16
Thank you Robert Jacobs
The Dogs Perform Jessica
Lemmeale Plaza Claremont 10/23/2015
It's My Life
The Dogs perform The Animals classic hit at Claremont Memorial Park September 2011
She said she said
The Dogs with fabulous light show by Robert Jacobs and Phil Jones on percussion summer 2008.
Low spark of high heeled boys
2008 video of the Traffic masterpiece.
Space Oddity 2009
A trip down memory lane at Memorial park. Lights by our good friend Robert Jacobs