Latest The Moondoggies Articles
- Music Menagerie Edition: Hookworms, Mouse on the Keys, The Moondoggies, Sherpa the Tiger & Giraffes? Giraffes!
Aaron “Neddy” Stein profiles new releases out from Hookworms, Mouse on the Keys, The Moondoggies, Sherpa the Tiger and Giraffes? Giraffes!
About The Moondoggies
The Moondoggies evoke the roots-rock sounds of a time that they werent even around for: the 70s. This aint re-hash though. These Seattle boys have got great songs, killer harmonies, and most importantly, tons of soul.
Led by guitarist/singer Kevin Murphy, with Robert Terreberry on bass, Carl Dahlen on drums and Caleb Quick on keys. Debut album Don’t Be A Stranger has plenty of fuzzy guitars, liberal use of the harmonica and catchy choruses. A throwback to the ’60s rock sound, with harmonies that nod in the direction of The Band and The Black Crowes.
The Moondoggies will be the next revolutionary band out of Seattle. No other band today is making music like these guys. They will renew your faith that GOOD music happens. Rockin’ rhythms & harmonies.
Celebrate the late Walter Becker’s birthday by watching Steely Dan’s 1995 appearance on ‘The Late Show With David Letterman.’
Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers expanded their June 2020 tour schedule with the addition of four new concerts.
To celebrate Kurt Cobian’s birthday, check out Nirvana performing their iconic 1991 album ‘Nevermind’ at various venues like Seattle’s Paramount and MTV Unplugged.
Steve Martin and Martin Short will tour with Steep Canyon Rangers and more this summer.
JamBase contributor Andrew Bruss weighs in on The Black Crowes’ Chris & Rich Robinson’s Wednesday night Brothers Of A Feather concert at Boston’s Brighton Music Hall.