The Roxy Theatre presents
Help the Doctor
The Raskins, Wet Bandits, GlobaLies, Tucker Jameson, SE7EN4
9009 West Sunset Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA, 90069
Watch & Listen
Help the Doctor
“Help The Doctor” is not your typical Los Angeles based band. These
four surgeons create innately catchy melodies backed by the crunch of
twin guitar attacks and a versatile rhythm section. From the ashes of
“Killing Phantoms,” P. Danger's resplendent former New York City band,
comes a shiny new outlook filtered through the California sunshine and
topography. Coming together in full force in January 2012, Danger
(lead vocals, guitar) found fellow revelers in hooks and love of indie
rock and roll on the hallowed grounds of the UCLA medical campus. Each
member brings their own unique journeys into the fray: Rip Towns
(guitar, keys, vocals), a classically trained pianist and guitarist
virtuoso from Baltimore, Jay Roost (bass, vocals), a home-grown LA
bastion whose fluid proficiency combines a wealth of styles, and Sol
Power, the unerringly solid and even keeled drummer from Santa
Barbara. Selling out headlining shows along the Strip, these docs are
ones to watch. Look for their debut EP with Grammy award winning
producer Chris Testa (Jimmy Eat World, Dixie Chicks). Fans of catchy
rock and roll in the independent vein (Weezer, Death Cab for Cutie)
will have much to love here.
Logan and Roger, born and raised in New York City. Tommy Raskin, their father, known for his great achievements on the Broadway Stage staring in West Side Story as “Tony”, Oklahoma, South Pacific, Damm Yankees, and Guys and Dolls. Performing with Americas finest, Judy Garland, Barbara Streisand and many others. Judy Lee, their mother, Jazz Great, herald the powerful voice captured with her beauty sending chills through your spin, worked with jazz greats Sara Vaughn, Billy Holiday and others to became one of the premiere jazz singers of her time.
Logan and Roger spent extended periods of time on the road with their parents going to shows while slowly honing their craft. The boys would learn all their parents sheet music filled with the big show tunes. Rehearsing with the Orchestras and performing live with their parents planted the seeds of their life’s course in music.
Living together on the Lower East side of Manhattan, The Raskins would compose tremendous amounts of music, which would reflect their influences from life’s experiences. There European travels brought the world beats mixed with the life in the Big Apple, New York’s American Way, creating Pop and Rock songs reflecting the likes of, early Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Jim Croche, Simon and Garfunkel, to the Ramones, Blondie, Iggy Pop etc. The Raskins performed and honed their craft in the clubs of New York City, The Bowery Ballroom, Mercury Lounge, and The Bitter End (just to name a few.) Perfecting their relationship with their audience.
Relocating to Los Angeles, The Raskins have worked with Movie Director, Music Producer and Engineer greats such as, Ron Howard, Cameron Crowe, Greg Ladanyi, Gavin Mckillop, Duane Baron, and Phil Ramone just to name a few. Thus helping set the standard for the Raskins and continuing on this wonderful musical journey and allowing the world to enjoy all our music.
We love you all
After some early adventures in recording and national touring, Tucker Jameson landed in Austin, determined to use his rock appreciation and Berklee-honed skills to write modern songs that speak to his own generation. He spent a year working in the studio, finally emerging with a group of tunes such as “Son of Superbia,” the title of his new EP, that reveal his power-pop/alt-rock influences and his knack for making music that unequivocally achieve his goal. Now, he’s ready to share the results of his labors.
$12.00 - $14.00
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