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Dr. Dog: Who Are The Members Of The Band?
Dr. Dog is comprised of lead guitarist Scot[pt McMicken, bassist Toby Leaman, keyboardist Zach Miller, drummer Eric Slick, rhythm guitarist Frank McElroy, and multi-instrumentalist Dimitri Manos.
All members of the band sing while McMicken and Leaman share lead vocal duties. Those two began playing together when they were in the eighth grade.
What Are The Members’ Nickname?
There’s a tradition of giving everyone in the band (as well as friends) a nickname that starts with the letter “T.”
McMicken is “Taxi,” Leaman is “Tables,” Miller is “Text,” Slick is “Teach,” McElroy is “Thanks,” and Manos is “Tucson.” Former members had nicknames like “Turbo,” “Toes” and “Today.”
What Genre Is Dr. Dog?
As mentioned earlier in this article, Dr. Dog is an alternative band. Beyond that, they are usually classified as indie, sometimes indie rock or even indie pop.
The band’s music also contains elements of psychedelic rock, blues, folk, soul, and bluegrass.
You might also see Dr. Dog branded as a “lo-fi” band. Their early recordings were done by themselves, experimentally, and on an eight-track.
Dr. Dog hails from West Grove, Pennsylvania.
What Dr. Dog Album Is “Heart It Races” On?
“Heart It Races” is not on any album. It appeared on a special 7” vinyl released in 2007. “Heart It Races” was originally recorded by Architecture in Helsinki.