After a long hiatus, Dogstar, the band formed by Hollywood star Keanu Reeves, is set to make a comeback at the BottleRock music festival in Napa Valley, California. The band’s last performance was back in 2002, leaving their fans eagerly awaiting their return to the stage. The announcement has sparked excitement and anticipation among music enthusiasts, who can hardly wait to witness the band’s live performance on May 27th.
The band will perform their new songs from an upcoming album, a follow-up to their 2000 album “Happy Ending.” Fans have been waiting for new music from Dogstar and the news of their forthcoming album is a delightful surprise. The band comprises of Keanu Reeves on bass, Rob Mailhouse on drums and Bret Domrose on guitar and lead vocals, who are all looking forward to delivering a mesmerizing performance to their fans.
Hollywood star Keanu Reeves and his band Dogstar are set to make a comeback at the BottleRock music festival with new music from an upcoming album.
Dogstar has been teasing their reunion for quite some time, and it all started as early as July 2022 when the band’s Instagram account announced, “We’re back. #tbt.” Their fans took to social media to express their excitement, eagerly waiting for further updates. The band has been working with producer Dave Trumfio and engineer Ruddy Lee Cullers at Kingsize Soundlabs in Los Angeles, creating new music that their fans can’t wait to hear.
Moreover, the band has received some assistance from producer Rob Schnapf, who frequently worked with the late musician Elliott Smith. Schnapf lent the band some guitars that Smith had recorded with, giving Dogstar’s new music a unique and melodious sound. With the band’s reunion, fans can anticipate the perfect blend of classic and modern tunes, culminating in an unforgettable performance.
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Dogstar formed in 1991 after Keanu Reeves met Rob Mailhouse in a supermarket. The band’s first-ever live set was famously supported by Weezer in 1992. The band’s original lead vocalist and guitarist Greg Miller, joined the group in 1992 but left after their 1995 tour.
In 1994, Bret Domrose joined the band as a guitarist and backup vocalist, later taking over as the lead vocalist after Miller’s departure. With a unique origin story and a talented band lineup, Dogstar has continued to captivate their fans for years, and their comeback is set to do the same