The Dogs are a Rock n Roll group started in 1997 by four seasoned and accomplished musicians looking for 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 tribute band 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 19 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 100 songs in the current library, The Dogs can easily play 3 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. Their state of the art sound system delivers a crisp clear live experience enhancing the musical details of their performances. So come on out and give them a listen. That's all these dogs really need!
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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
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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