List of That Dog concerts

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(From left): Petra Haden, Rachel Haden, and Anna Waronker perform at The Palace Theater in Los Angeles, August 1997.

This page aims to list all That Dog concerts, to date. For a list of concerts by tour, see List of That Dog tours.

1993

Tour Date Country City Venue Concert Source(s)
Unknown February 20 usausa Los Angeles, CA Music Machine That Dog concert: 02/20/1993 [1]
Unknown April 7 usausa West Hollywood, CA English Acid That Dog concert: 04/07/1993 [2]
Unknown June 1 usausa Los Angeles, CA Rhino Records Westwood That Dog concert: 06/01/1993 [3]
Unknown June 5 usausa Minneapolis, MN First Avenue That Dog concert: 06/05/1993 [4][5]
Unknown June 6 usausa Minneapolis, MN First Avenue That Dog concert: 06/06/1993 [4][5]
Unknown August 1 usausa West Hollywood, CA The Roxy That Dog concert: 08/01/1993 [6]
Unknown September 17 usausa Los Angeles, CA Raji's That Dog concert: 09/17/1993 [7]
Unknown October 1 usausa Los Angeles, CA Auditorium That Dog concert: 10/01/1993 [8]
Unknown October 17 usausa Los Angeles, CA Raji's That Dog concert: 10/17/1993 [9] [10]
Unknown October 31 usausa Santa Monica, CA The Gaslight That Dog concert: 10/31/1993 [11]
Unknown November 30 usausa San Juan Capistrano, CA Coach House That Dog concert: 11/30/1993 [12]
Unknown December 3 usausa Los Angeles, CA Whisky a Go Go That Dog concert: 12/03/1993 [13]
Unknown December 8 ukuk London, United Kingdom Powerhaus That Dog concert: 12/08/1993 [14] [15]

1994

Tour Date Country City Venue Concert Source(s)
Unknown January 8 usausa Los Angeles, CA Jabberjaw That Dog concert: 01/08/1994 [16]
Unknown January 10 usausa Los Angeles, CA The Cooperage That Dog concert: 01/10/1994 [17]
Unknown January 27 usausa Olympia, WA Capitol Theatre That Dog concert: 01/27/1994 [18]
Unknown March 9 usausa Los Angeles, CA Roxbury That Dog concert: 03/09/1994 [19]
Mellow Gold North American Tour 1 (East) March 26 usausa Durham, NC Duke Coffeehouse That Dog concert: 03/26/1994 [20]
Mellow Gold North American Tour 1 (East) March 29 usausa New York, NY Knitting Factory That Dog concert: 03/29/1994 [21]
Mellow Gold North American Tour 1 (East) March 31 usausa Boston, MA Middle East Downstairs That Dog concert: 03/31/1994 [22]
Mellow Gold North American Tour 1 (East) April 1 usausa New York, NY The Grand That Dog concert: 04/01/1994 [23]
Mellow Gold North American Tour 1 (East) April 2 usausa Philadelphia, PA JC Dobbs That Dog concert: 04/02/1994 [24]
Mellow Gold North American Tour 1 (East) April 4 canadacanada Toronto, ON, Canada Rivoli That Dog concert: 04/04/1994 [25]
Mellow Gold North American Tour 1 (East) April 6 usausa Detroit, MI Detroit Science Center That Dog concert: 04/06/1994 [26]
Mellow Gold North American Tour 1 (East) April 10 usausa Minneapolis, MN First Avenue That Dog concert: 04/10/1994 [27]
Mellow Gold North American Tour 1 (East) April 12 usausa St. Louis, MO Cicero's That Dog concert: 04/12/1994 [28]
Mellow Gold North American Tour 1 (East) April 13 usausa Kansas City, MO Rhumba Box That Dog concert: 04/13/1994 [29]
Mellow Gold North American Tour 1 (East) April 16 usausa Salt Lake City, UT DV8 That Dog concert: 04/16/1994 [30]
Mellow Gold North American Tour 1 (East) April 19 usausa West Hollywood, CA The Troubadour That Dog concert: 04/19/1994 [31][32][33][34]
Mellow Gold North American Tour 1 (East) April 22 usausa Santa Monica, CA McCabe's Guitar Shop That Dog concert: 04/22/1994 [35]
Unknown May 24 usausa Los Angeles, CA Jabberjaw That Dog concert: 05/24/1994[Note 1] [36]
Unknown June 2 usausa Los Angeles, CA Pan That Dog concert: 06/02/1994 [37]
Unknown June 30 usausa Los Angeles, CA Hong Kong Cafe That Dog concert: 06/30/1994 [38]
Unknown July 7 usausa Los Angeles, CA Bob’s Frolic Room KXLU Party That Dog concert: 07/07/1994 [39]
Unknown August 26 usausa Sacramento, CA Melarkey's That Dog concert: 08/26/1994 [40]
Unknown September 14 usausa New York, NY Carnegie Hall That Dog concert: 09/14/1994 [41]
Blue Album Tour September 16 usausa Atlanta, GA The Point That Dog concert: 09/16/1994 [42]
Blue Album Tour September 17 usausa Aiken, SC Aiken Technical College That Dog concert: 09/17/1994 [43]
Unknown September 20 usausa Philadelphia, PA Trocadero Theatre That Dog concert: 09/20/1994 [44]
Blue Album Tour September 25 usausa Boston, MA Local 186 That Dog concert: 09/25/1994 [45]
Unknown November 20 usausa San Juan Capistrano, CA The Coach House That Dog concert: 11/20/1994 [46]
Unknown November 21 usausa West Hollywood, CA Troubadour That Dog concert: 11/21/1994 [47]

1995

Tour Date Country City Venue Concert Source(s)
January 19 usausa Long Beach, CA Que Sera Sera That Dog concert: 01/19/1995 [48]
January 20 usausa Los Angeles, CA Las Palmas Theater That Dog concert: 01/20/1995 [49]
February 1 usausa West Hollywood, CA The Roxy That Dog concert: 02/01/1995 [50]
March 19 usausa San Francisco, CA Bottom of the Hill That Dog concert: 03/19/1995 [51]
July 5 usausa Los Angeles, CA Las Palmas Theater That Dog concert: 07/05/1995 [52]
World Domination Tour July 21 usausa New Orleans, LA Tipitina's That Dog concert: 07/21/1995 [53] [54] [Note 2]
World Domination Tour July 22 usausa Birmingham, AL Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark That Dog concert: 07/22/1995 [55]
World Domination Tour July 23 usausa Nashville, TN 328 Performance Hall That Dog concert: 07/23/1995 [56][57]
World Domination Tour July 24 usausa Cincinnati, OH Bogarts That Dog concert: 07/24/1995 [58][59]
World Domination Tour July 26 usausa Knoxville, TN Tennessee Amphitheater That Dog concert: 07/26/1995 [60][61][62]
World Domination Tour July 29 usausa Allentown, PA Baron's Beach Club That Dog concert: 07/29/1995
World Domination Tour July 30 usausa Washington, D.C. Bender Arena That Dog concert: 07/30/1995 [63]
World Domination Tour August 2 usausa Mansfield, MA Great Woods Center That Dog concert: 08/02/1995 [64]
World Domination Tour August 3 usausa New York, NY Central Park (SummerStage Festival) That Dog concert: 08/03/1995 [65]
World Domination Tour August 5 canadacanada Montreal, QC, Canada Centre Sportif de l'Université de Montréal That Dog concert: 08/05/1995 [66]
World Domination Tour August 6 canadacanada Toronto, ON, Canada The Warehouse That Dog concert: 08/06/1995 [67] [68] [Note 3]
World Domination Tour August 8 usausa Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom That Dog concert: 08/08/1995 [69]
World Domination Tour August 10 usausa Cleveland, OH Nautica Stage That Dog concert: 08/10/1995 [70]
World Domination Tour August 11 usausa Rochester Hills, MI Meadow Brook Music Festival That Dog concert: 08/11/1995 [71]
World Domination Tour August 12 usausa Noblesville, IN Deer Creek Music Center That Dog concert: 08/12/1995 [72]
World Domination Tour August 13 usausa St. Louis, MO American Theater That Dog concert: 08/13/1995 [73]
World Domination Tour August 15 usausa Denver, CO Mammoth Events Center That Dog concert: 08/15/1995 [74] [Note 4]
World Domination Tour August 17 usausa Phoenix, AZ Party Gardens That Dog concert: 08/17/1995 [75]
World Domination Tour August 18 usausa Los Angeles, CA Universal Amphitheatre That Dog concert: 08/18/1995 [76]
World Domination Tour August 20 usausa San Francisco, CA The Warfield That Dog concert: 08/20/1995 [77]
Unknown September 15 usausa Santa Monica, CA KCRW Studios Morning Becomes Eclectic That Dog concert: 09/15/1995 - a [78]
Unknown September 15 usausa Santa Monica, CA McCabe's That Dog concert: 09/15/1995 - b [79] [80]
Unknown September 23 usausa West Hollywood, CA Whisky a Go Go That Dog concert: 09/23/1995 [81]
Unknown September 26 usausa Sacramento, CA Melarkey's That Dog concert: 09/26/1995 [82]
Unknown November 12 usausa Austin, TX Emo's That Dog concert: 11/12/1995 [83]
Unknown November 17 usausa Albuquerque, NM Five Points Music Hall That Dog concert: 11/17/1995 [84]
Unknown November 18 usausa Tuscon, AZ Downtown Performance Center That Dog concert: 11/18/1995 [85]
Unknown November 19 usausa Tempe, AZ Boston's That Dog concert: 11/19/1995 [86]
Unknown November 22 usausa Los Angeles, CA The Palace That Dog concert: 11/22/1995 [87]
Unknown November 23 usausa Los Angeles, CA Jabberjaw That Dog concert: 11/23/1995 [88]
Unknown November 25 usausa San Francisco, CA The Fillmore That Dog concert: 11/25/1995 [89]
Unknown November 28 usausa Sacramento, CA Melarkey's That Dog concert: 11/28/1995 [90][91][92]

1996

Tour Date Country City Venue Concert Source(s)
Unknown January 28 usausa Montebello, CA Terraza Jamay That Dog concert: 01/28/1996 [93]
Unknown February 2 usausa Los Angeles, CA Jabberjaw That Dog concert: 02/02/1996 [94] [95]
Unknown February 9 usausa Los Angeles, CA Spaceland That Dog concert: 02/09/1996 [96]
Unknown February 15 usausa West Hollywood, CA Whisky a Go Go That Dog concert: 02/15/1996 [97]
Foo Fighters tour March 22 usausa Denver, CO Ogden Theatre That Dog concert: 03/22/1996 [98][99]
Foo Fighters tour March 23 usausa Denver, CO Ogden Theatre That Dog concert: 03/23/1996 [98][99]
Foo Fighters tour March 25 usausa Kansas City, KS Memorial Hall That Dog concert: 03/25/1996 [100][99]
Foo Fighters tour March 26 usausa St. Louis, MO American Theater That Dog concert: 03/26/1996 [99][101][102]
Foo Fighters tour March 28 usausa Milwaukee, WI Riverside Theater That Dog concert: 03/28/1996 [99][103]
Foo Fighters tour March 29 usausa Chicago, IL Riviera Theatre That Dog concert: 03/29/1996 [104][99]
Foo Fighters tour March 30 usausa Detroit, MI State Theatre That Dog concert: 03/30/1996 [105][99]
Foo Fighters tour April 1 usausa Indianapolis, IN Murat Egyptian Room That Dog concert: 04/01/1996 [106][99]
Foo Fighters tour April 2 usausa Cleveland, OH Agora Theatre That Dog concert: 04/02/1996 [107][99]
Foo Fighters tour April 3 canadacanada Toronto, ON Concert Hall That Dog concert: 04/03/1996 [108][99]
Foo Fighters tour April 5 usausa Worcester, MA Worcester Memorial Auditorium That Dog concert: 04/05/1996 [109][99]
Foo Fighters tour April 6 usausa New York, NY Roseland Ballroom That Dog concert: 04/06/1996 [110][99]
Foo Fighters tour April 7 usausa Baltimore, MD UMBC Fieldhouse That Dog concert: 04/07/1996 [99][111][112]
Foo Fighters tour April 9 usausa Raleigh, NC The Ritz That Dog concert: 04/09/1996 [113] [99]
Foo Fighters tour April 10 usausa Atlanta, GA Masquerade Music Park That Dog concert: 04/10/1996 [114] [115] [99]
Foo Fighters tour April 14 usausa Ft. Lauderdale, FL The Edge That Dog concert: 04/14/1996 [116]
Unknown May 26 usausa Santa Monica, CA Alligator Lounge That Dog concert: 05/26/1996 [117]
Unknown June 1 usausa Los Angeles, CA Spaceland That Dog concert: 06/01/1996 [118]
Unknown December 6 usausa West Hollywood, CA Troubadour That Dog concert: 12/06/1996 [119]
Unknown December 21 usausa Los Angeles, CA Spaceland (Rock For Choice Benefit) That Dog concert: 12/21/1996 [80][120][Note 5]

1997

Tour Date Country City Venue Concert Source(s)
Unknown February 7 usausa West Hollywood, CA Troubadour That Dog concert: 02/07/1997 [121]
Swell and Anodyne tour March 4 usausa San Francisco, CA Bottom of the Hill That Dog concert: 03/04/1997 [122][123]
Swell and Anodyne tour March 5 usausa San Jose, CA Cactus Club That Dog concert: 03/05/1997 [123]
Swell and Anodyne tour March 6 usausa Santa Barbara, CA Toes That Dog concert: 03/06/1997 [123]
Swell and Anodyne tour March 7 usausa Los Angeles, CA Dragonfly That Dog concert: 03/07/1997 [123]
Swell and Anodyne tour March 8 usausa San Juan Capistrano, CA The CoachHouse That Dog concert: 03/08/1997 [123]
Swell and Anodyne tour March 9 usausa San Diego, CA Casbah That Dog concert: 03/09/1997 [123]
Swell and Anodyne tour March 10 usausa Phoenix, AZ Gisbsons That Dog concert: 03/10/1997 [123]
Swell and Anodyne tour March 14 usausa Austin, TX (South by Southwest) Electric Lounge That Dog concert: 03/14/1997 [123]
Unknown April 8 usausa Santa Monica, CA KCRW Studios That Dog concert: 04/08/1997 [80][124]
Unknown April 21 usausa San Francisco, CA Bottom of the Hill That Dog concert: 04/21/1997 [125]
Unknown May 17 usausa Maryland Heights, MO Riverport Amphitheatre That Dog concert: 05/17/1997 [126][127] [128]
Unknown June 1 usausa Camden, NJ[Note 6] Blockbuster-Sony Music Entertainment Centre That Dog concert: 06/01/1997 [129][130]
Unknown June 3 usausa Old Bridge, NJ, USA Birch Hill Nite Club That Dog concert: 06/03/1997 [131][130]
June 4 usausa Providence, RI The Met Cafe That Dog concert: 06/04/1997 [132][130]
Unknown June 5 usausa New York, NY Roseland Ballroom That Dog concert: 06/05/1997 [131][130]
Unknown June 6 usausa Cambridge, MA The Middle East That Dog concert: 06/06/1997 [133][130]
Unknown June 8 usausa Richmond, VA Twister's (WBZU free show) That Dog concert: 06/08/1997 [130]
Unknown June 9 usausa Philadelphia, PA Y100 Sonic Session That Dog concert: 06/09/1997 - a [130][citation needed]
Unknown June 9 usausa Asbury Park, NJ The Saint That Dog concert: 06/09/1997 - b [134]
Blur tour June 10 usausa Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory That Dog concert: 06/10/1997 [135][130]
Blur tour June 11 usausa Washington, D.C. Capitol Ballroom That Dog concert: 06/11/1997 [136][137][138][130]
Unknown June 12 usausa New York, NY Mercury Lounge That Dog concert: 06/12/1997 [134][130]
Blur tour June 14 usausa Irvine, CA Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre (5th Annual KROQ Weenie Roast & Luau) That Dog concert: 06/14/1997 [139][130]

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Blur tour June 15 usausa San Diego, CA Canes That Dog concert: 06/15/1997 [143][130]
Blur tour June 17 usausa Portland, OR La Luna That Dog concert: 06/17/1997 [144][130]
Blur tour June 18 usausa Seattle, WA DV8 That Dog concert: 06/18/1997 [145][130]
Blur tour June 19 canadacanada Vancouver, B.C., Canada The Rage That Dog concert: 06/19/1997 [146][130]
Blur tour June 22 usausa Denver, CO Ogden That Dog concert: 06/22/1997 [147][130]
Blur tour June 24 usausa Milwaukee, WI The Rave That Dog concert: 06/24/1997 [148][130]
Blur tour June 25 usausa Minneapolis, MN First Avenue That Dog concert: 06/25/1997 [149][130]
Blur tour June 26 usausa Chicago, IL, USA Riviera Theatre That Dog concert: 06/26/1997 [150][130]
Blur tour June 27 usausa Pontiac, MI Clutch Cargo's That Dog concert: 06/27/1997 [151][152][130]
Blur tour June 29 usausa Atlanta, GA Roxy That Dog concert: 06/29/1997 [153][130]
Unknown July 3 usausa Dallas, TX Galaxy Club That Dog concert: 07/03/1997 [citation needed][130][154][Note 8]
Unknown July 11 usausa San Francisco, CA Bottom of the Hill That Dog concert: 07/11/1997 [155]
Unknown July 16 usausa West Hollywood, CA The Roxy That Dog concert: 07/16/1997 [156]
Wallflowers & Counting Crows tour July 23 canadacanada Toronto, Ontario, Canada Molson Park Ampitheatre That Dog concert: 07/23/1997 [130]
Wallflowers & Counting Crows tour July 24 usausa Darien Center, NY Darien Lake Performing Arts Center That Dog concert: 07/24/1997 [157][130]
Wallflowers & Counting Crows tour[Note 9] July 25 usausa Stanhope, NJ Waterloo Village That Dog concert: 07/25/1997 [130][158]
Wallflowers & Counting Crows tour July 26 usausa Camden, NJ, USA Blockbuster-Sony Music Entertainment Centre That Dog concert: 07/26/1997 [159][130]
Wallflowers & Counting Crows tour July 27 usausa Saratoga, NY Performing Arts Center That Dog concert: 07/27/1997 [130][160]
Wallflowers & Counting Crows tour July 29 usausa Hartford, CT Meadows Music Theater That Dog concert: 07/29/1997 [161][130]
Wallflowers & Counting Crows tour July 30 usausa Scranton, PA Montage Mountain That Dog concert: 07/30/1997 [130][162]
Wallflowers & Counting Crows tour August 1 usausa Columbia, MD Merriweather Post Pavilion That Dog concert: 08/01/1997 [163][164][130]
Wallflowers & Counting Crows tour August 2 usausa Virginia Beach, VA Virginia Beach Ampitheatre That Dog concert: 08/02/1997 [130][165]
Wallflowers & Counting Crows tour[Note 10] August 3 usausa Knoxville, TN World's Fair Park That Dog concert: 08/03/1997 [166][130]
Wallflowers & Counting Crows tour August 4 usausa Atlanta, GA Chastain Park Ampitheatre That Dog concert: 08/04/1997 [130][167]
Wallflowers & Counting Crows tour August 5 usausa Atlanta, GA Chastain Park Ampitheatre That Dog concert: 08/05/1997 [130][167]
Wallflowers & Counting Crows tour August 7 usausa Raleigh, NC Walnut Creek Amphitheatre That Dog concert: 08/07/1997 [168][130]
Wallflowers & Counting Crows tour August 8 usausa Charlotte, NC, USA Blockbuster Pavilion That Dog concert: 08/08/1997 [169][130]
Wallflowers & Counting Crows tour August 9 usausa Antioch, TN Starwood Amphitheatre That Dog concert: 08/09/1997 [166][130]
n/a August 15 usausa Los Angeles, CA The Palace ("A Benefit For the Family of Mykel, Carli & Trysta") That Dog concert: 08/15/1997 [170][171][172]

2011

Tour Date Country City Venue Concert Source(s)
2011 reunion dates August 26 usausa West Hollywood, CA Troubadour That Dog concert: 08/26/2011 [173]
2011 reunion dates August 28 usausa West Hollywood, CA Troubadour That Dog concert: 08/28/2011 [174]

2012

Tour Date Country City Venue Concert Source(s)
2012 reunion dates April 13 usausa Los Angeles, CA The Largo at the Coronet That Dog concert: 04/13/2012 (a) [175]
2012 reunion dates April 13 usausa Los Angeles, CA The Largo at the Coronet That Dog concert: 04/13/2012 (b) [175]
2012 reunion dates May 24 usausa Brooklyn, NY Music Hall of Williamsburg That Dog concert: 05/24/2012 [176]
2012 reunion dates May 25 usausa Brooklyn, NY Music Hall of Williamsburg That Dog concert: 05/25/2012 [177]

2017

Tour Date Country City Venue Concert Source(s)
2017 reunion dates April 8 usausa Los Angeles, CA The El Rey That Dog concert: 04/08/2017 [178]
2017 reunion dates September 17 usausa Chicago, IL Douglass Park (Riot Fest) That Dog concert: 09/17/2017 [179]

2019

Tour Date Country City Venue Concert Source(s)
2019 reunion dates July 13 usausa Los Angeles, CA The Smell That Dog concert: 07/13/2019 - a [180]
2019 reunion dates July 13 usausa Los Angeles, CA The Smell That Dog concert: 07/13/2019 - b [180]
2019 reunion dates November 16 usausa Los Angeles, CA The Regent That Dog concert: 11/16/2019 [181]
2019 reunion dates November 23 usausa Brooklyn, NY Warsaw That Dog concert: 11/23/2019 [182]

References

Expandable section due to quantity of sources
  1. Historic event: 02/20/1993 Karl Koch's account of the show.
  2. Historic event: 04/07/1993 Karl Koch's account of the show.
  3. Historic event: 06/01/1993 Karl Koch's account of the show.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Minnesota Historical Society archive entitled "FIRST AVENUE & 7TH STREET ENTRY: An Inventory of Its Band Files at the Minnesota Historical Society." Description: Band files for First Avenue, a rock and alternative rock music venue in downtown Minneapolis. The files contain some correspondence with bands and/or agents, contracts, attendance and "take" or "numbers" sheets (financial breakdowns), photographs of performers and other promotional materials, tickets, post-performance reviews, and other miscellany. That Dog shows referenced as (1) and (2): "Walt Mink/that dog./9-Iron, June 5-6, 1993." and (3): "Matt Wilson & Planetmaker/That dog/Linc/Whippoorwill [Beck]] canceled] (Entry), April 10, 1994."
  5. 5.0 5.1 newspapers.com archive of The Star Tribune from Friday, June 4, 1993, page 61. Author unknown. Listing reads: "Walt Mink, That Dog, 9-lron, 8 p.m. Saturday, 7 p.m. Sunday."
  6. Photograph by Lindsay Brice with the following title and caption: Locopalooza: Weezer and that dog at the Roxy WEST HOLLYWOOD- AUGUST 1: Anna Waronker, Rachel Haden, Tony Maxwell, and Petra Haden perform in that dog at the Roxy on the Sunset Strip on August 1, 1993 in West Hollywood, California.
  7. newspapers.com archive of the LA Weekly from Thursday, September 23, 1993, page 93. Article reads: "FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17... WE ALSO RECOMMEND:... THAT DOG, BECK, LAVA DIVA, PINCHING JUDY at Raji's"
  8. newspapers.com archive of the LA Weekly from Thursday, October 7, 1993, page 110. Article reads: "-FRIDAY 1ST OCTOBER- Spindle That Dog Insulin Reaction Mercury 5"
  9. newspapers.com archive of the LA Weekly from Thursday, October 21, 1993, page 102. Article reads: "Sat -Record-release party for Nine Iron, power-popsters with a new Safe House disc in hand; L.A. sweethearts That Dog, Miguel, punk rock troubadour with a penchant for romantic balladry; also heavy pop Motherhouse"
  10. newspapers.com archive of the LA Weekly from Thursday, October 21, 1993, page 109. Article reads: "SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17:... WE ALSO RECOMMEND:... NINE IRON, THAT DOG, MIGUEL at Raji's"
  11. The Catalog of Riffs (Catalog O' Riffs) version 2. Rivers Cuomo wrote, on Sunday, October 31, 1991, with "LA" listed as the location, that he did this on that day: "REHEARSE AT CHIBA'S AND THAT DOG AT GASLIGHT"
  12. LA Times article by Mike Boehm, Nov 30, 1993, "Mazzy Star: A Duo Working From Inside Out." Final line reads: "Mazzy Star, St. Johnny and That Dog play tonight at 8 at the Coach House, 33157 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano. $15. (714) 496-8930."
  13. newspapers.com archive of the LA Weekly from Saturday, November 28, 1993, page 184. Article reads: "FRIDAY Mazzy Star, St. Johnny, That Dog (Whisky)."
  14. newspapers.com archive of the Daily Express from Friday, December 3, 1993, page 118. Article reads: "That Dog Sharkboy Pet Lamb Swimming Indie line-up headed by dreamy noise-pop band That Dog Dec 8 8pm £5"
  15. Facebook post featuring photos from the show
  16. newspapers.com archive of The Los Angeles Times from Monday, January 10, 1994, page 148. Article reads: "If the triple-header on Saturday at Jabberjaw was any indication, the punk-rock state of the art is ... goofiness uber alles . Not a lot of substance in major-label finds Beck and That Dog or the still-indie Lois, but a kind of cheerful, informed innocence isn't the worst thing that could infect the genre."
  17. archive.org archive of the UCLA Daily Bruin from Monday, January 10, 1994, page 6. Article reads: "Lois + THAT DOG playing tonight in the Cooperage 8pm absolutly free paid for by USAC"
  18. newspapers.com archive of The Olympian from Wednesday, January 26, 1994, page 27. Article reads: "Beck, That Dog, Lync and Underpants Machine When: 8:30 PM. Thursday Where: Capitol Theatre Backstage, 206 E. Fifth Ave Admission: $5"
  19. Super-Chrono_-_1994#March Karl Koch's account of the performance
  20. newspapers.com archive of The News and Observer from Friday, March 25, 1994, page 84. Article reads: "DUKE COFFEEHOUSE Tonight: Plutopla Saturday: Beck with That Dog"
  21. newspapers.com archive of the Newsday from Thursday, March 31, 1994, page 122. Review reads: "BECK, THAT DOG. Losers can be winners too Tuesday at the Knitting Factory, 47 E. Houston St."
  22. newspapers.com archive of The Boston Globe from Thursday, March 31, 1994, page 122. Article reads: "Downstairs: March 31, Beck, That Dog, Mary Lou Lord."
  23. newspapers.com archive of the Daily News from Friday, April 1, 1994, page 223. Article reads: "REMEMBER EVEL KNIEVEL? HE crashed into something or other and broke all his bones right about the time his fame was winding down, right? Well, it's not too far wrong though he did, you may remember, do a series of public service ads about not jumping onto a moving subway. In any case, he's coming tonight to the Grand, 76 E. 13th St, where he'll be showing films of his jumps and taking questions from the audience. His opening acts are two rock bands, Beck and That Dog. Tix, $15 (212-777-0600)."
  24. newspapers.com archive of The Philadelphia Inquirer from Friday, April 1, 1994, page 113. Article reads: "JC Dobbs 304 South St; 215-925-4053. Variety. Tonight, WNOC, Purge. Sat, Beck, That Dog (7 p.m.)."
  25. newspapers.com archive of The Toronto Star from Monday, March 28, 1994, page 26. Article reads: "'Loser' man Beck makes his Toronto debut April 4 at the Rivoli, with That Dog supporting. Tickets to the all-ages show are $7, but available at the door only. (Doors open at 7 p.m.)"
  26. newspapers.com archive of the Detroit Free Press from Wednesday, April 6, 1994, page 34. Article reads: "ON STAGE: Beck, That Dog, Lync perform at 7 tonight at the Detroit Science Center, 5020 John R. Tickets are $6 at the door. Call 335-4850 anytime"
  27. newspapers.com archive of the Star Tribune from Friday, April 8, 1994, page 56. Compiled by Tim Harlow and Lynn Underwood. List reads: "FIRST AVENUE AND 7TH ST. ENTRY Entry: The Grays, Delilahs, Green Pyramids and Native Sons, today; Matt Wilson and Planetmaker, Scott Hampton and Snapperhead, Lava Sutra and Raintribe, Sat.; Beck, That Dog and Line, Sun."
  28. newspapers.com archive of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch from Friday, April 8, 1994, page 85. Article reads: "Beck When: 8 p.m. Tuesday Where: Cicero's, 6510 Delmar Boulevard, University City How much: $5 Opening Act: That Dog and Link"
  29. newspapers.com archive of The Kansas City Star from Wednesday, April 13, 1994, page 90. Article reads: "That Dog performs with Beck tonight at the Rhumba Box 1012 McGee St"
  30. newspapers.com archive of The Salt Lake Tribune from Friday, April 15, 1994, page 84. Article reads: "The band will open for slacker-rocker Beck Hansen better known simply as Beck at Salt Lake City's Club DV8 on Saturday"
  31. Photograph by Lindsay Brice, with title and caption that read: that dog at the Troubadour WEST HOLLYWOOD- APRIL 19: Anna Waronker, Rachel Haden, Tony Maxwell, and Petra Haden of that dog are playful posing for photographs outside the Troubadour on April 19, 1994 in West Hollywood, California.
  32. File:That Dog Beck April 19 1994.jpg Poster of the show with the initial venue, which was changed.
  33. File:That Dog Beck April 19 1994 2.jpg Poster of the show with the initial venue, which was changed.
  34. WhiskeyClone.net (a Beck fan site) concert page for the show, explaining that the venue changed.
  35. archive.org archive of the UCLA Daily Bruin from Tuesday, April 26, 1994, page 23. Article reads: "CONCERT: Beck with opening act That Dog at McCabe's Guitar Shop in Santa Monica, Friday, April 22."
  36. Photograph by Lindsay Brice with a title and caption that read: Beck At Jabberjaw Los Angeles- May 24: Beck performs with Anna Waronker (L) and Petra Haden (R) of That Dog backing up with vocals at Jabberjaw coffee house on Pico Boulevard on May 24, 1994 in Los Angeles, California.
  37. Newspapers.com archive of ‘’LA Weekly’’ from Thursday, June 2, 1994, Page 100. Show advertisement reads: “That Dog, Spain, more TBA, appear at Pan, 1717 Silver Lake Blvd.; Thurs. June 2, 9 p.m. (213)481-2229.”
  38. Newspapers.com archive of ‘’LA Weekly’’ from Thursday, June 30, 1994, Page 108. Show advertisement reads: “also alt. rock sludge from That Dog; at the fabled Hong Kong Cafe, 943 N. Broadway, June 30, 8 p.m”
  39. Newspapers.com archive of ‘’LA Weekly’’ from Thursday, July 7, 1994, Page 92. Show advertisement reads: “FEATURING THE MISS ALLENS THAT DOG LIFTER KRYPTONITE NIXON LAVA DIVA FURTHER FULL TILT G0NZ0”
  40. Newspapers.com archive of ‘’The Sacramento Bee’’, Friday, August 26, 1994, Page 111. Calendar reads: “Melarkey's 448-2797 1517 Broadway That Dog with Fuzzy and Go Sailor 8 pm $6”. No author listed.
  41. Newspapers.com archive of the ‘’Newsday’’, Friday, September 9, 1994, Page 144. Article reads: “JOHNNY CASH In concert with That Dog 8 pm Wednesday Carnegie Hall”
  42. Newspapers.com archive of ‘’The Atlanta Constitution’’, Friday, September 16, 1994, Page 90. Article reads: “TONIGHT Weezer Fave-rave alterna-nerds sound like the Replacements with cleaner chops; That Dog, The Figgs -6 p.m.”
  43. Super-Chrono_-_1994#September Karl Koch's account of the show
  44. newspapers.com archive of The Philadelphia Inquirer from Friday, September 16, 1994, page 146. Article reads: "Stereolab, with Weezer and That Dog, at the Trocadero, 10th and Arch Streets, at 7 p.m. Tuesday"
  45. newspapers.com archive of The Boston Globe from Sunday, September 25, 1994, page 288. Article reads: "Sunday, the Middle East has a rare treat a concert by one of the lengendary Velvet Underground pioneers John Cale. Tickets for the 19-plus show are $14, $15 the day of the show. Meanwhile, WFNX faves Weezer (of "Sweater Song" notoriety) will be at Local 186 with That Dog opening."
  46. [1] archive of the Los Angeles Times from Tuesday, November 22, 1994.
  47. newspapers.com archive of the Los Angeles Times from Sunday, November 20, 1994, page 386. Article reads: "The Go-Go's, That Dog (Troubadour, 9081 Santa Monica West Hollywood, (310) 276-6168)."
  48. Newspaper.com archive of The Los Angeles Times from Sunday, January 15, 1995, page 334. Listing reads: "THURSDAY The Geraldine Fibbers, That Dog (Que Sera Sera, 1923 E. 7th Long Beach, (310) 599-6170)."
  49. Newspaper.com archive of The Los Angeles Times from Sunday, January 15, 1995, page 334. Listing reads: "FRIDAY, JANUARY 20... WE ALSO RECOMMEND:... SLUG, THAT DOG, POLAR GOLDIE CATS, SOLID EYE at the Las Palmas Theater"
  50. Newspaper.com archive of The Los Angeles Times from Saturday, January 14, 1995, page 74. Listing reads: "Redd Kross with That Dog, Feb. 1 at the Roxy."
  51. Newspaper.com archive of The San Francisco Examiner from Sunday, March 12, 1995, page 255. Listing reads: "BOTTOM OF THE HILL...Sat. ... evening: That Dog, Little My, Acme Rocket Quartet. 1233 17th Street. (415) 6264455." Author unknown.
  52. Newspaper.com archive of the LA Weekly from Thursday, July 6, 1995, page 110. Article reads: "That Dog, Campfire Girls, Supersport 2000 go from mellow to meltdown, alt. rock- style, on July 5; at the Las Palmas Theater, 1642 N. Las Palmas Ave"
  53. World Domination Tour#North_America_2 tour page sourced from Karl Koch
  54. The Catalog of Riffs (Catalog O' Riffs) version 2. Rivers Cuomo lists the same date as the World Domination Tour page.
  55. Newspapers.com archive of Birmingham Post-Herald from Friday, July 21, 1995, Page 11. "They're not short of breath: Success hasn't taken anything from Weezer". Article mentions That Dog and Teenage Fanclub as openers.
  56. Knoxville News-Sentinel interview with Brian Bell - July 23, 1995
  57. Newspapers.com archive of Knoxville News-Sentinel]
  58. newspapers.com archive of The Cincinnati Enquirer from Friday, July 21, 1995, page 49. "The Nightwatchmen" column by THOR CHRISTENSEN, article titled "Hold the Veggies." Article reads: "Weezer which plays Monday at Bogarts (2621 Vine St, Corryville, 7494949)... That Dog opens the show at 8 p.m."
  59. Historic event: 07/24/1995 Fan account of the show from the Super-Chrono
  60. The Past is Now fan site, chronically this person's experience at the show./
  61. [https://i0.wp.com/thepastisnow.org/site/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/IMG_20171018_154335960-e1508362364911.jpg?resize=1024%2C576 Ticket stub from the show, which doesn't list That Dog
  62. [https://i0.wp.com/thepastisnow.org/site/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/IMG_20171018_154345482-e1508362466151.jpg?resize=1024%2C576 Back of a ticket stub> from the show, signed by Anna Waronker
  63. Washington Post article by Mark Jenkins, July 28, 1995, "EBULLIENT FANCLUB"
  64. Newspapers.com page for Hartford Courant issue from June 1, 1995. Page 71. "Queensryche among four new concerts planned for the Meadows," by ROGER CATLIN. Article reads: "The biggest rock star to ever come out of Mansfield, Conn., plays Mansfield, Mass., Aug. 2 as Weezer headlines Great Woods in a show with Teenage Fan Club and That Dog."
  65. newspapers.com archive for The Daily News from Sunday, July 30, 1995, page 1390. "City Guide & Views" page. Author unknown. Listing reads: "CENTRAL PARK SUMMER-STAGE: Thurs. at 7. Weezer. Teenage FanClub, That Dog; $17.50 (adv.). $20 (d.o.s.) at Irving Plaza box office (17 Irving PI. at 15th St., 249870)"
  66. Newspapers.com archive of ‘’The Gazette’’ from Sunday, July 30, 1995, page 40. Article reads: “Saturday Weezer Teenage Fanclub That Dog. All ages. Centre Sportifde University de Montreal”
  67. World Domination Tour#North_America_2 tour page sourced from Karl Koch
  68. The Catalog of Riffs (Catalog O' Riffs) version 2. Rivers Cuomo lists the same date as the World Domination Tour page but refers to the venue as RPM, which it was formerly called.
  69. Newspapers.com archive of the ‘’Chicago Tribune’’ from Friday, June 23, 1995, page 240. Article reads: “Also, for Weezer, Teenage Fanclub and That Dog ($18.50 ), 7 p.m. Aug. 8 at Aragon”
  70. Newspapers.com archive of ‘’The Akron Beacon Journal’’ from Thursday, June 8, 1995, page 66. Article reads: “Alternative rockers Weezer will perform at 8 p.m. Aug. 10 with opening acts Teenage Fan Club and That Dog.” Author not listed.
  71. Newspapers.com archive for The Windsor Star. Thursday, August 10, 1995, Page 24. "Hits breath of firesh air for Weezer's guitarist," by Wayne Bledsoe. Article states "Weezer, Teenage Fanclub, That Dog, Friday at 8 p.m., Meadow Brook, Rochester.
  72. newspapers.com archive of ‘’The Indianapolis Star’’ from Friday, August 11, 1995, page 34. Article reads: “Sugar Ray (2:30 p.m.), Letters to Cleo (3:00), Material Issue (4:00), Ned's Atomic Dustbin (5:00), Quicksand (6:00), Sponge (7:15), Weezer (8:30), Bush (10:00). Second stage: 15 Minutes (12:30 p.m.), Neena Foundry (1:30), Johnny Socko (2:30), That Dog. (3:30), Birdmen of Alcatraz (4:30), Fig Dish (5:30), the Toadies (6:45), Teenage Fanclub (8:00). Where: Deer Creek Music Center.”
  73. “He’s Kissing Christian” live performance from OldSchoolSTL YouTube channel. Description reads: “That Dog performs "He's Kissing Christian" at the American Theatre in St. Louis, Mo on 8/19/1995. Originally aired on local access cable TV program "Velocity". Produced by Andrew Heeney. Thanks to KDHX 88.1 FM for access to the original 3/4" master tape. Part of the STL Music Video Preservation Project.”
  74. World Domination Tour#North_America_2 tour page sourced from Karl Koch
  75. newspapers.com archive of ‘’Tucson Citizen’’ from Thursday, August 3, 1995, page 48. Article reads: “Weezer with Teenage Fanclub and That Dog Aug 17 8pm Party Gardens”
  76. newspapers.com archive of ‘’The Los Angeles Times’’ from Friday, August 18, 1995, page 80. Article reads: “Universal Amphitheatre, 100 Universal City Plaza, presents: Tonight Weezer, Teenage Fanclub, That Dog”
  77. newspapers.com archive of ‘’The San Francisco Examiner’’ from Friday, August 18, 1995, page 59. Article reads: “WEEZER, TEENAGE FANCLUB, THAT DOG: Sunday, 8 p.m. $16.50. The Warfield”
  78. newspapers.com archive of The Los Angeles Times from Friday, September 15, 1995, page 202. Listing reads: “Tips for Today: 9a.m. - noon – Morning Becomes Eclectic: L.A.-based band That Dog! [sic] guests, KCRW-FM (89.9)
  79. newspapers.com archive of The Los Angeles Times from Sunday, September 10, 1995, page 362. Pop music listings. Listing reads: "That Dog (McCabe's, 3101 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica, (310) 828-4403, 8 and 10:30p.m.)."
  80. 80.0 80.1 80.2 Wayback archive of That Dog official merch store on hellomerch.com. "Rare A/V Digital Bundle" includes the following shows: “KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic” 4/8/1997 “McCabe’s Acoustic Performance” 9/15/1995," “Rock For Choice Benefit @ Spaceland” 12/21/1996
  81. newspapers.com archive of The Los Angeles Times from Sunday, September 22, 1995, page 190. Listing reads: "A lineup of locals headed by Beck and That Dog plays a benefit for college radio station KXLU-FM Saturday at the Whisky in Hollywood."
  82. newspapers.com archive of The Sacramento Bee from Sunday, September 24, 1995, page 210. Listing reads: "Alternative rockers That Dog plays Tuesday night at Melarkey's, 1517 Broadway. Opening are Crash and Britany and Holiday Flyer. Cover is $5, and minimum age is 21. For more information: 731-8692."
  83. newspapers.com archive of the ‘’Austin American-Statesman’’ from Sunday, November 12, 1995, page 30. Article reads “On the town The Texana Dames play a 3 p.m. show at Guero's Shake Russell Jack Saunders play at 4 p.m. at Gruene Hall Jawbreaker, That Dog and Kaleb are at Emo's.”
  84. newspapers.com archive of the ‘’Albuquerque Journal’’ from Friday, November 17, 1995, page 74. Article reads “Jawbreaker With that dog and Blind 9 WHEN: 7 Tonight WHERE: Five Points Music Hall, 913 Sunset SW HOW MUCH: $8.50 through Ticketmaster”
  85. newspapers.com archive of the ‘’Arizona Daily Star’’ from Friday, November 17, 1995, page 107. Article reads “Jawbreaker. Saturday at 9 p.m., the bands That Dog and Shoebomb will open the show tor ths San Francisco punk-rock band at the Downtown Performance Center, 530-B N. Stone Ave. Tickets cost $6”
  86. newspapers.com archive of the ‘’Arizona Republic’’ from Friday, November 17, 1995, page 66. By Larry Crowley. Article reads “Sunday, at Boston's with That Dog and Dance Hall Crashers”
  87. newspapers.com archive of the ‘’LA Weekly’’ from Thursday, November 30, 1995, page 102. Article reads “JAWBREAKER with that dog. at: The Palace Wednesday, November 22”
  88. newspapers.com archive of the ‘’LA Weekly’’ from Thursday, November 23, 1995, page 121. Article reads “THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23 WE RECOMMEND: DADDY VOLUPTUOUS at Fais Do-Do. THAT DOG, others at Jabberjaw.”
  89. newspapers.com archive of ‘’The San Francisco Examine’’ from Sunday, November 12, 1995, page 248. Article reads “SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25 JAWBREAKER THAT DOG FLUFF”
  90. Youtube video entitled “That Dog- Melarkey's, Sacramento Ca. 11/28/95 Audio xfer from DAT Master.” YouTube description is “This show happened a couple of days after I moved back from Whittier. My good friend Jim Utz was a big That Dog and Boss Hog fan, so I recorded it for him. I got there a little late (I've been arriving late to shows for 30 years!) so you can hear me walk out of the bathroom and into the club. It takes a minute for me to stabilize the levels. Melarkey's was such a cool little club and Brian had a ton of awesome shows there. I taped/saw Geraldine Fibbers, Sloan, Redd Kross, Richard Buckner and Barbara Manning (before we were friends- she treated me like a stalker freak. haha). I kinda miss that place. Recorded by: Shayne Stacy Equipment Used: Sony DAT (probably a TCD-D7) and coresound binaural mics with battery box bass rolloff.”
  91. Sacramento Music Archive page for the larger project that Stacy helps run.
  92. newspapers.com archive of The Sacramento Bee from Sunday, November 26, 1995, page 260. Listing reads: "SACRAMENTO Melarkey's 448-2797 1517 Broadway Boss Hog Railroad Jerk and That Dog 9 pm $6"
  93. newspapers.com archive for the LA Weekly from Thursday, February 1, 1996. Listing reads: "JANUARY 28 Super Safe Sex Sunday with That Dog, Ollin, Don Knotts Overdrive, Pop Defect Lysa Flores, Babyland, Further at Terraza Jamay"
  94. newspapers.com archive for the LA Weekly from Thursday, February 8, 1996. Listing reads: "Fri. Alt-rock mongrels That Dog: plus Astrid Mother (featuring, ooh aah. several members of the Go-Gos); also Rainbow Certains; all-female teen rockers The Grown Ups."
  95. newspapers.com archive for the LA Weekly from Thursday, February 8, 1996. Listing reads: "FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 WE RECOMMEND:... THAT DOG, ASTRID'S MOTHER, others at Jabberjaw."
  96. newspapers.com archive for The Los Angeles Times from Sunday, February 4, 1996. Listing reads: "Friday That Dog (Dreams and Spaceland)"
  97. newspapers.com archive for The Los Angeles Times from Friday, February 9, 1996. Listing reads: "That Dog Salt American Sensei Thu 8901 Sunset Blvd W Hollywood 652-4205"
  98. 98.0 98.1 Newspaperarchive.com archive of Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph from March 22, 1996, page AA33 (page 95 in online viewer). Listing reads "Foo fighters with that dog 9 . Today and saturday Ogden theatre 935 e. Colfax ave., Denver. $12.50 Advance $15 door 800 444-seat."
  99. 99.00 99.01 99.02 99.03 99.04 99.05 99.06 99.07 99.08 99.09 99.10 99.11 99.12 99.13 99.14 Weezine Omnibus Page 359 - Page begins with a letter from the band, followed by touring dates spanning 3/22/96 - 4/10/96, all listed as “with Foo Fighters & The Amps”
  100. newspapers.com archive of The Wichita Eagle from Friday, March 22, 1996, page 25. Listing reads: "Foo Fighters with That Dog 7:30 pm Mon Memorial Hall 600 N Seventh Kansas City Kan Tickets $10$ 1250 Tickets available at all TicketMaster locations or by calling (816) 9316330"
  101. Newspapers.com archive of The Springfield News-Leader’’, p. 48. Published March 8, 1996. Listing reads: “St. louis American Theatre, 9th and St. Charles: Foo Fighters, March 26 ($12.50). Call DialTix. (314) 291-7600.” Listing does not mention openers.
  102. Foo Fighters Live.com listing for the show lists That Dog as an opener.
  103. Newspapers.com archive of the ‘’Wisconsin State Journal’’, p 58. Published March 28, 1996. Listing reads: “The Foo Fighters play with That Dog at 7:30 tonight at the Riverside Theatre. Tickets are $12.50. 255-4646.” Author unknown.
  104. Chicago Reader article entitled "Power Surge," by Sarah Vowell, from April 11, 1996. Lists That Dog and The Amps as openers.
  105. newspapers.com archive of Detroit Free Press from Friday, March 29, 1996, page 27. Article by Greg Kot. Article reads: "Foo Fighters With That Dog 6:30 p.m. Saturday State Theatre, 2115 Woodward Sold out."
  106. newspapers.com archive of Journal and Courier from Friday, March 22, 1996, page 41. Listing reads "FOO FIGHTERS with That Dog and The Amps. 7:30 p.m. April 1. Egyptian Room. Murat Temple, 502 N. New Jersey. Tickets $15 at the door."
  107. Newspapers.com archive of The News-Journal from Thursday, March 28, 1996, page 33. Listing reads: "Agora, 5000 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. For ticket information call (216) 881-2221. Foo Fighters with The Amps and That Dog, April 2, Sold Out."
  108. File:That Dog Foo Fighters Toronto April 3 1996.jpeg Poster from the show.
  109. newspapers.com/ archive of The Boston Globe from Monday, April 8, 1996, page 40. Article by Paul Robicheau. Article reads "FOO FIGHTERS With the Amps and That Dog At: Worcester Auditorium, Friday."
  110. newspapers.com archive of The Journal News from Thursday, March 28, 1996, page 76. Listing reads: "Roseland 239 W. 52nd St. ... Foo Fighters, The Amps and That Dog; April 6 sold out"
  111. Foo Fighters Live fan site listing That Dog as openers.
  112. Newspapers.com archive of the ‘’Daily Record’’, P 44. Published March 22, 1996. Listing reads: “UMBC Field House, Catonsville, 1-800-SS1-SBAT Foo Fighters, April 7.” Does not mention openers.
  113. newspapers.com/ archive of The News and Observer from Friday, April 5, 1996, page 84. Compiled by DAVID MENCONI. Listing reads "What: Foo Fighters Amps that dog When: Tuesday 8 pm Where: The Ritz 2820 Industrial Drive Raleigh Cost: $12.50 ($15 day of show) Call: 834-4000"
  114. newspapers.com archive of The Atlanta Constitution from Thursday, April 11, 1996, page 42. "Foo Fighters, That Dog bash'n'pop a teen crowd" By Steve Dollar.
  115. File:That Dog Foo Fighters April 10 1996.jpeg show poster
  116. newspapers.com archive of The Orlando Sentinel from Friday, April 12, 1996, page 74. "Foo for thought:Grohl can talk now about Cobain, pain" by Greg Kot. Article reads: "Foo Fighters & the Amps Who else: That Dog also will be on the bill. When: 6 p.m. Saturday. Where: The Edge, 100 W. Livingston St., Orlando. What it costs: The concert is sold out."
  117. newspapers.com archive of The Los Angeles Times from Sunday, May 26, 1996, page 254. Listing reads: "CLUBS TODAY...That Dog, Ida, Kara's Flowers, Supersport 2000 (Alligator Lounge. 3321 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica, 310 449-1844)"
  118. newspapers.com archive of the LA Weekly from Thursday, June 6, 1996, page 111. Listing reads: "SATURDAY, JUNE 1... WE ALSO RECOMMEND... IMPERIAL TEEN, THAT DOG, TOENUT at Spaceland"
  119. Instagram post showing a ticket from the show
  120. newspapers.com archive of LA Weekly from Thursday, December 26, 1996, page 120. Listing reads: "Sat. Rock for Choice benefit with My Favorite Martian, pop phenoms The Sugar plastic. Bluebird, Touchcandy; the ever walloping Extra Fancy; Jane Wiedlm's Frosted, Tommy Stinson's Perfect, droning modern-rock mongrels That Dog. ferocious pop rock trio The Muffs, plus a "very special" guest, starts at 4 p.m
  121. newspapers.com archive of The Los Angeles Times from Thursday, February 6, 1997, page 98. Author unknown. Listing reads: "POP CONCERTS...FRIDAY...Muffs, Suzanne Hoffs, That Dog, Murmurs (Troubadour)"
  122. newspapers.com archive of The San Francisco Examiner from Sunday, March 2, 1997, page 245. Author unknown. Listing reads: "BOTTOM OF THE HILL...Tues.: Swell, That Dog, Half Film."
  123. 123.0 123.1 123.2 123.3 123.4 123.5 123.6 123.7 File:That Dog Weezer Fan Club postcard 1997.JPG - postcard sent to members of the Weezer fan club advertising their tour dates.
  124. KCRW website lists show happening on Apr. 08, 1997, but recording playback does not work correctly as on April 2022.
  125. newspapers.com archive of The San Francisco Examiner from Sunday, April 20, 1997, page 257. "BOTTOM OF THE HILL Today: Red Five, Ready Made, Pet; Phoenix Thunderstone, Paddlefoot, 4 p.m. Mon.: That Dog, Capsule." Author unknown.
  126. File:That Dog May 17 1997.png Screenshot of St. Louis Post-Dispatch from Friday May 23, 1997, Fri, page 62. "Girls In The Band: Raunch Vs. Gentle Approach" by Chris Dickinson. Retrieved from Newspapers.com
  127. newspapers.com archive of St. Louis Post-Dispatch from Thursday, May 15, 1997, page 52. "Upcoming National Touring Acts" listing reads: "Pointfest VII (Sat.): Bloodhound Gang, Radio Iodine, James, Matchbox 20, Stir, Social Distortion, The Offspring, Reel Big Fish, Jungle Dogs, That Dog, AFI and L7."
  128. Archive page from the radio station that hosted the festival.
  129. Billboard Magazine issue from Jun 28, 1997. Page 12 "Amusement Business" section lists "TOP 10 CONCERT GROSSES," with the Y100 Summer Festival lineup including That Dog.
  130. 130.00 130.01 130.02 130.03 130.04 130.05 130.06 130.07 130.08 130.09 130.10 130.11 130.12 130.13 130.14 130.15 130.16 130.17 130.18 130.19 130.20 130.21 130.22 130.23 130.24 130.25 130.26 130.27 130.28 130.29 130.30 130.31 130.32 130.33 130.34 130.35 130.36 Weezine Omnibus Page 358 - "Spend 'One Summer Night' with That Dog."
  131. 131.0 131.1 newspapers.com archive of The Central New Jersey Home News from Friday, May 30, 1997, page 61. Article reads: "Former Priceton resident Matthew Sweet returns to the Central Jersey area with a performance 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Birch Hill, Route 9, Old Bridge. The alterna-pop hitmaker hasn't lost his touch as his current single, "Where You Get Love," is getting tons of airplay. The Southern, Calif., cuddlecore band That Dog opens the show. Tickets are $16. Call (908) 536-0650 for details. The same show moves to Roseland, 239 West 52nd St., New York City at 8 p.m. Thursday."
  132. newspapers.com archive of The Boston Globe from Thursday, May 29, 1997, page 114. Nightlife listing reads: "The Met Cafe 130 Union St, Providence. 401-861-2142. Casual dress. Cover varies. Entertainment from 9:30 p.m.... June 4, That Dog, The Cunninghams."
  133. Steve Latham.net photo archive of the show.
  134. 134.0 134.1 newspapers.com archive of The Record from Friday, May 30, 1997, page 108. Listing reads: "THE SAINT 601 Main St., Asbury Park. (732) 775-9144... That Dog, June 9" and also "MERCURY LOUNGE 217 E. Houston St. (212) 260-4700... The Hang Ups, Papas Fritas, That Dog, June 12". By BRIAN ABERBACK
  135. newspapers.com archive of The Philadelphia Inquirer from Friday, June 6, 1997, page 156. "And then there's..." listing reads: "Concert Halls ELECTRIC FACTORY 421 N 7th St (between Callowhill & Spring Garden Sts); 215-568-3222. Blur With That Dog. $16. 8 p.m. Tue." Author unknown.
  136. newspapers.com archive of The Baltimore Sun from Thursday, June 5, 1997, page 65. Listing reads "Capitol Ballroom, 1015 Hair St., Washington. 410-481-SEAT... June 11: Blur." Author unknown.
  137. Ticket stub, sourced from VBlurPage fan site.
  138. [http://www.oocities.org/sunsetstrip/stage/8830/concert.html Fan accounts from the show, sourced from VBlurPage fan site
  139. newspapers.com archive of The Los Angeles Times Saturday, June 14, 1997, page 177. Page has content about the line-up but doesn't mention That Dog.
  140. Schizo-archives (an amateur/personal live show chronology website) that lists That Dog.
  141. Schizo-archives website photo of ticket
  142. Schizo-archives picture of the festival schedule
  143. newspapers.com archive of the North County Times from Friday, June 6, 1997, page 75. Listing reads: "BLUR, THAT DOG When: 8 pm. June 15 Where: Cane's, San Diego"
  144. newspapers.com archive of Corvallis Gazette-Times from Friday, June 13, 1997, page 36. Listing reads: "LA LUNA. 215 S.E. Ninth. ... June 15. $10 advance. Blur, That Dog..." Author unknown.
  145. Seatle Times archive of "Energized British Band Was A Blur At Dv8," June 19, 1997, by Patrick Macdonald.
  146. newspapers.com archive of The Vancouver Sun from Thursday, June 19, 1997, page 27. Author unknown. Listing reads: "Watch Damon Albarn and company uncork it live at the Rage, Plaza of Nations (750 Pacific Blvd.) Guests, That Dog. Tickets are $29.75 plus service charges through TicketMaster, 280-4444"
  147. Westword article entitled "Feedback" by Michael Roberts, from June 19, 1997. Article reads: "On Sunday, June 22, that dog explains its approach to capitalization at the Ogden Theatre while opening for Blur"
  148. newspaperarchive.com archive of Janesville Gazette Newspaper from Jun 19 1997, Page 27. Listing reads: "blur with that dog tuesday june 24, the rave 2401 w. Wisconsin ave Milwaukee. Author unknown.
  149. newspapers.com archive of Star Tribune from Wednesday, June 25, 1997, page 42. Touring with Blur is That Dog, an appealing twisted pop band from Los Angeles featuring two daughters (Petra and Rachel Haden) of renowned jazz bassist Charlie Haden and the daughter (Anna Waronker) of longtime Warner Bros. Records executive Lenny Waronker. When: 7 p.m. today. Where: First Avenue, 701 1st Av. N., Minneapolis. Tickets: $17" Author unknown.
  150. newspapers.com archive of The Daily Herald from Friday, June 6, 1997, page 260. Listing reads: "Blur, Riviera, 4746 N. Racine, Chicago: rock, with That Dog. 7:30 p.m. June 26. $17,50." Author unknown.
  151. newspapers.com archive of Detroit Free Press from Friday, June 27, 1997, page 38. "Britain's Blur finds its star is on the rise here" by Fred Shuster. Article reads: "Blur with That Dog 8 tonight Clutch Cargo's, 65 E. Huron, Pontiac $15 Ticketmaster or 1-810-333-2362."
  152. Show poster, sourced from VBlurPage fan site
  153. newspapers.com archive of The Atlanta Constitution from June 27, 1997, page 89. Article entitled "That Dog's bark delivered with bite" by Steve Dollar. Article reads: ""It started with a friend as a joke," says the 24-year-old frontwoman for That Dog, the Los Angeles-based quartet that is breaking commercially with its third album, "Retreat From the Sun" (Geffen), and opens Sunday for Blur at the Roxy."
  154. Archive of "Every Dog has its Day" article from the Dallas Observer, published June 26, 1997. By Zac Crain. Article reads: "That Dog plays the Galaxy Club Thursday, July 3."
  155. newspapers.com archive of The San Francisco Examiner from Sunday, July 6, 1997, page 243. Author unknown. listing reads: "BOTTOM OF THE HILL ... Fri.: That Dog, Knapsack, Creeper Lagoon."
  156. newspapers.com archive of The Los Angeles Times from, page 65. Author unknown. Listing reads: "THAT DOG (Roxy, 9009 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 310 278-9457). Anna Waronker emerges as a winning, distinctive songwriter on the group's new album, "Retreat From the Sun." Also: Jane Wiedlin & Charlotte Caffoy, Agnes Gooch. 8p m."
  157. newspapers.com archive of Democrat and Chronicle from Thursday, July 17, 1997, page 12. Author unknown. Article reads: "The angst-driven Crows' recent release, Recovering the Satellites, follows the same despairing path as their 1993 debut, August and Everything After. Interest is at least equally high in The Wallflowers, fronted by Jakob Dylan, son of Bob. Both groups will perform at 7 p.m. next Thursday at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center. That Dog opens. Tickets, $17.50, $27.50 and $35,"
  158. Newspapers.com archive of Daily Record. Published July 25, 1997. Calendar editor Anne Kostuchik. Listing reads: "THE WALLFLOWERS - with That Dog, tonight at 8 at Waterloo Village, 525 Waterloo Road, Byram. Call (973) 347-0900."
  159. newspapers.com archive of the Courier-Post from Thursday, July 24, 1997, page 31. By CYNTHIA GENTILE. Article reads: "Counting Crows and the Wallflowers perform 7 p.m. Saturday, ' at the Blockbuster-Sony, Music. Entertainment Centre. Opening act is That Dog. Tickets are . $35 for reserved seating and $19 for general admission lawn seats."
  160. Nippertown.com page entitled "JULY 27: On This Date in Nippertown Concert History". Credited to "Nipper", published on July 27, 2021. Listing reads: "1997: Counting Crows, That Dog, the Wallflowers @ Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs"
  161. newspapers.com archive of the Hartford Courant from Wednesday, July 30, 1997, page 4. By ROGER CATLIN. Article identifies that dog as opener.
  162. The Morning Call newspaper article entitled "HOT LICKS AFTER LAST YEAR'S 'DROUGHT,' VALLEY-AREA CONCERT VENUES GET BACK SOME SIZZLE SUMMER CONCERT PREVIEW". By GEOFF GEHMAN and The Morning Call. Published June 7, 1997. Article reads: "Counting Crows/The Wallflowers/That Dog (July 30)"
  163. File:That Dog Counting Crows Wallflowers.jpg concert ticket from the show
  164. newspapers.com archive of The Capital from Friday, August 1, 1997, page 51. Author unknown. Listing reads: "MERRIWEATHER POST PAVILION Columbia: the Wallflowers. Counting Crows, that dog. 7:30 p.m. tonight, $20-$35:"
  165. Virginia Chronicle archive of scanned ThroTTle Magazine, Number 131, 1 June 1997. Listing reads: "G.T.E. Amphitheater in VA Beach...Counting Crows, That Dog, and The Wallflowers play there on August 2."
  166. 166.0 166.1 newspapers.com archive of The Knoxville News-Sentinel from Sunday, July 6, 1997, page 128. Author unknown. Listing reads: "Wallflowers That Dog World's Fair Park 7:30 pm Sunday) Aug 3" and "Counting Crows Wallflowers That Dog Starwood Amphitheatre 7:30 pm Saturday Aug 9"
  167. 167.0 167.1 Newspapers.com archive of The Atlanta Constitution. Page 135. Published August 2, 1997. Listing reads: "MONDAY Counting Crows, the Wallflowers. With that dog. Also, Tuesday. Both shows sold out. Chastain Park Amphitheatre."
  168. newspapers.com archive of The Herald-Sun from Friday, August 1, 1997, page 60. Article reads: "The Wallflowers will be performing along with The Counting Crows and that dog in a concert that begins at 7 pm Thursday at Walnut Creek"
  169. newspapers.com archive of The Charlotte Observer from Friday, August 8, 1997, page 82. "COUNTING CROWS WALLFLOWERS: With That Dog 7 pm Tonight Blockbuster Pavilion 707 Pavilion Blvd Exit 43 or 49 off 1-85 $14.75-$34.75"
  170. See Weezer concert: 08/15/1997
  171. See Recording History page 9
  172. See Pinkerton Tour
  173. YouTube playlist of 2011-and-onward That Dog live shows. Uploaded by "tradiogangsta."
  174. "Horns of a Rabbit" blogspot post by user hornsofarabbit, Monday, August 29, 2011.
  175. 175.0 175.1 Archive of the Largo's schedule page. That Dog entry reads: Friday, April 13, 7:30pm & 10:15pm: A Special Evening with That Dog. Due to popular demand, legendary band That Dog has added a LATE SHOW at 10:15pm on Friday, April 13.Comprised of Anna Waronker, Petra Haden, Rachel Haden, and Tony Maxwell, this intimate evening will feature NEVER BEFORE performed songs and an expanded lineup featuring a String Section.That Dog SOLD OUT their 7:30pm show so make sure you get your tickets while they last. For the SOLD OUT 7:30pm show: Seats will be assigned beginning at 5pm, Doors open for drinks around 6pm, Showtime 7:30pm. For the 10:15pm show: Seats will be assigned beginning at 5pm, Doors open for drinks around 9:15pm, Showtime 10:15, Tickets $30. Click here to purchase tickets.
  176. Archive of venue website that lists the show. Entry reads: First East Coast appearance in 15 years! ... that dog. ... Fred Armisen ... Thu, May 24, 2012 ... Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm ... Music Hall of Williamsburg ... Brooklyn, NY... $20 advance / $25 day of show.
  177. Archive of venue website that lists the show. Entry reads: 2nd Night Added Due to Overwhelming Demand! ... that dog. ... Kurt Braunohler ... Baron Vaughn ... Fri, May 25, 2012 ... Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm ... Music Hall of Williamsburg ... Brooklyn, NY... $20 advance / $25 day of show.
  178. Archive of an article posted to BuzzBands.La on April 9th, 2017, credited to "Staff Editor." Photos by Samantha Saturday. Article includes "that dog. ... reconvened Saturday night at the El Rey Theatre for a night of good humor and sharp songs that felt, to fans of a certain age, a little bit like a college reunion."
  179. File:That Dog 09-17-2017 Riot Fest poster.jpg - poster of the festival which features That Dog on the 5th line from the top on day three, between Beach Slang and Mad Caddies
  180. 180.0 180.1 Archive of an article posted to BuzzBands.La on July 15, 2019, credited to "S.Lo." Photos by "S.Lo." Article includes "Waronker, bassist Rachel Haden, drummer Tony Maxwell and new guitarist Cliff Walsh ripped through the second of two back-to-back shows to celebrate the 25th anniversary deluxe reissue of their self-titled debut full-length,"
  181. Archive of DoLA.com calendar page event. Bills the show as "That Dog with String Accompaniment."
  182. Archive of BrooklynVegan article by Kate Hoos, posted on November 25, 2019. Article reads "To support the new record, [That Dog] played 2 shows, hitting LA first and then making a stop at Brooklyn’s Warsaw on Saturday night (11/23)

Footnotes

  1. Was a full set, or only a brief guest appearance with Beck?
  2. Cannot currently find non-Weezerpedia sources mentioning this show. Setlist.fm cites our World Domination Tour page and Guestpectacular cites Setlist.fm.
  3. Cannot currently find non-Weezerpedia sources mentioning this show. Setlist.fm cites our World Domination Tour page and [2] cites Setlist.fm.
  4. Cannot currently find non-Weezerpedia sources mentioning this show. Setlist.fm cites our World Domination Tour page and Guestpectacular cites Setlist.fm.
  5. The date of this LA Weekly issue seems to be after the date of the show, per the band's merch site.
  6. Location is disputed between Weezine source and Google Books source
  7. No single verified source that has That Dog on the line up.
  8. Weezine lists this show as unconfirmed.
  9. This show did not feature Counting Crows.
  10. This show did not feature Counting Crows.

See also