Spin Doctors
Spin Doctors

Spin Doctors

About Spin Doctors

Spin Doctors is a blues-influenced rock group that emerged from New York City’s fertile, late-’80s jam band scene.

∙ Their 1991 debut, Pocket Full of Kryptonite, topped Billboard’s Heatseekers Album chart and was nominated for Favorite Pop/Rock Album at the American Music Awards.
∙ The band has had two Top 40 Pop hits, including their debut single, “Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong,” which reached No. 17 in 1992.
∙ “Two Princes” was nominated for a Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal Grammy Award and was included in VH1’s list of the 100 Greatest Songs of the ’90s.
∙ An instrumental part from 1996’s “If Wishes Were Horses” was used as the theme song for two seasons of the Michael J. Fox sitcom Spin City.
You’ve Got to Believe in Something, their 1996 release, featured appearances by legendary funk keyboardist Bernie Worrell, rapper Biz Markie, and comedian/musician Tommy Chong.
∙ Dumpstaphunk’s Ivan Neville toured with Spin Doctors in the late ’90s and contributed keyboards to 1999’s Here Comes the Bride.

  • ORIGIN
    New York, NY
  • FORMED
    1988

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