Spin Doctors, Cracker…Then & Now
"Pocket Full of Kryptonite" went gold in the fall of 1992.
"Kerosene Hat" featured "Low" was ALL over in the summer in 1993.
To say the 90's means something to me is an understatement. I graduated in 1995, so for anything that came out within those for years just brings me back to a very specific time. I can picture friends of mine, Brady & Amanda singing "Two Princes" during track practice. "Low" was in constant rotation on the syndicated rock station, my first radio gig (not a coincidence).
An opportunity to see two very notable bands from that era on the same show is going to bring on some pure nostalgia. But what they've done since the grunged out 90's is pretty impressive too!
Here's a little comparison. The songs you know...followed by why you should go.
You know Two Princes. But check out this one from The Spin Doctors 2013 Album "If The River Was Whiskey"
There's the song you know from Cracker. Low! Still a great song. Here's one you should check out...from Sunrise In The Land Of Milk And Honey. This one features Patterson Hood from Drive By Truckers
You're not going to want to miss this show!