Spin Doctors Announce 30th Anniversary Show at Brooklyn Bowl
This November, Spin Doctors will celebrate their landmark 30th anniversary with a show at Brooklyn Bowl that will feature the band’s original lineup of Chris Barron, Aaron Comess, Eric Shenkman and Mark White.
Spin Doctors came together in New York in 1988, spawning from a former group that featured Blues Traveler’s John Popper, and released their seminal record Pocket Full of Kryptonite—which included hits “Two Princes” and “Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong—in 1991. Though the full, original quartet didn’t play together from 1994 until 2001, when they reunited to play Manhattan’s Wetlands Preserve as the venue was closing, Barron, Comess, Shenkman and White have stuck together ever since and have released two albums, 2005’s Nice Talking to Me and 2013’s If the River Was Whiskey.
The 30th anniversary show at Brooklyn Bowl, presented by Relix, will take place on November 8. Tickets go on sale this Friday, July 13, at 10am EDT. Relix is also hosting an exclusive pre-sale beginning July 11 at 10am EDT with the code: SPIN30. Tickets can be purchased here.
Below, watch clips of Spin Doctors’ Brooklyn Bowl performance from April 2017.