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.

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