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Live Photos: Dr. Dog at the Observatory North Park, February 20, 2016


Dr. Dog

The psych-rockers put on a harmonious show



The Owl and Bear Podcast vol. 181


No god up in the sky, no devil beneath the sea, could do the job that you did, baby



The Owl and Bear Podcast vol. 169


Been a while since I felt this way



Live Review and Photos: Dr. Dog at the Belly Up, February 7, 2012


Dr. Dog celebrated the release of their new album, ‘Be the Void,’ in Solana Beach



A Mighty Wind Blows In


The San Diego band comes storming out of the gate with a 2-disc, 23-song debut.



Live Review: Dr. Dog with Here We Go Magic at Warehouse Live, November 13, 2010 (Houston, TX)


Dr. Dog treated the crowd at Houston’s Warehouse Live to a tenacious set.



Poetic Memory: Dr. Dog (List)


Keyboardist Zach Miller shares some of his influences.



Bonnaroo 2010, Part 2: Friday & Saturday


Who knew jumbotrons could give birth?



Interview: Dr. Dog


The Philadelphia band talks about new material that they have planned.



O&B’s Guide to Bonnaroo 2010, Part 2: Who to See


In the second installment of our two-part guide, we give our picks for Bonnaroo’s must-see acts.



Review: Dr. Dog – Shame, Shame


Dr. Dog sound exactly like somebody.



Shame, Shame on Dr. Dog (MP3)


The Philly rockers offer the first taste from their new album.



Review: The Avett Brothers – I and Love and You


I and Love and You

The Avett Brothers are all about feeling. On Emotionalism, their last proper full length, the Avetts certainly didn’t shy away from feeling; they celebrated it. The songs from Emotionalism were mostly led by banjo, upright bass, occasional strings and the just-twangy-enough vocals of one or both brothers. Everything about that setup said these guys were […]



Owl and Bear’s Top Albums of 2008


Owl and Bear writers’ favorite albums of 2008.