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Artist Info

Dog House

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1) Dog House is a Serbian band. The band was formed in April of 1998.At that time the members were Dejan vocal/guitar Boka/bass and vocal Nikola drums.That summer the band added second guitarist Petar to record their first demo. Shortly thereafter the band started playing in the clubs in Belgrade and other cities. By the beginning of '99 they entered the studio to record another 6 songs which would eventually become their first album titled "Trax". Near the end of recording Petar was replaced by Aref who played in numerous hardcore bands. Towards the end of 2000 band got signed to label and put out their first album to which the people in the almost entire hc/punk scene gave positive reviews. While the band was promoting their album on concert in Belgrade they sold out the entire club much to their surprise leaving many people without a ticket. The song "my best friend" was used in a movie "Land of truth love and freedom" and became fan and critics favorite receiving much radio and tv airplay. Almost a year after thealbum was released the band held a concert to almost a thousand people in KST.After a number of shows played in Serbia including Exit festival NS concert of the year the band recorded another 12 songs for the upcoming album. The album "Promised Land" was released in January of 2002 for the same label and again had positive reviews. They held a concert in Belgrade for a 650 people but the label was not fully behind them at the time.Since the band wasn't satisfied with the affairs and after a video for a song "Lil' Ann" was shoot the band ended their ties with the label. In 2003 Aref left the band and was replaced by Milos from the band Tea break.With the new lineup band held as many concerts around Serbia and Macedonia(including EXIT04,EXIT05) as they could while in process releasing an EP titled "October" for SHCP records in October 2004. In May of 2006 Doghouse played their last show in Belgrade. Searching for other musical expressions band went on hiatus after the show.There are no plans to start recording or playing in near future... but we'll see what the time brings...

2)The Dog House stars JV (Jeff Vandergrift) and Elvis (Dan Lay). The two met in 1993 and have been radio cohosts (along with JV's high school friend and show producer "Hollywood" Lance Otani) for over 15 years, starting on Hot 97.7 in San Jose, California. In 1995, program directors Michael Martin and Joe Cunningham of Wild 107 eagerly hired them to fill a timeslot vacated by Mancow Muller. The Dog House quickly became a household name after joining Wild 107.7 (which subsequently moved to Wild 94.9), as they became the #1 rated morning show in the Bay Area receiving higher ratings than Howard Stern; only to be later terminated due to off-air controversy. Two years later they were fired again by CBS Radio in New York for an on-air prank.
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