Dr. Dog has performed at just about every major music festival in the U.S. Their music is an infectious blend of folk, pop, indie rock and soul, inspired by The Beach Boys, The Beatles, David Bowie and Neil Young. Their roots stretch back to 1999, when the band formed in a small borough outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A few years (and two self-produced albums) later critics began to take note of the band’s harmony-rich sound. Dr. Dog then signed with Park The Van Records, who released the critically acclaimed “Easy Beat” in 2005. By the time “We All Belong” was released in 2007, Dr. Dog was touring with some of the hottest bands in the country, appearing on late night television, and attracting a cult-like following. They now have seven albums to their credit, including 2012′s “Be the Void,” the fourth straight release to chart on the Billboard 200. Their current lineup consists of Scott McMicken (vocals, guitar), Toby Leaman (vocals, bass), Zach Miller (keyboards, guitar), Frank McElroy (guitar), Eric Slick (drums) and Dmitri Manos (keys, synths and all the magic).