Keanu Reeves’ Band Dogstar Release New Music After 23 Years

Keanu Reeves‘ grunge band, Dogstar, are gearing up to release their first new music in 23 years. The band released two albums, 1996’s ‘Our Little Visionary’ and 2000’s ‘Happy Ending’, before calling it quits in 2002. Keanu Reeves played bass in the band and his interest in them grew as his acting career began to take off.

The band reunited last summer, as confirmed on their newly-created Instagram account. Since then, they’ve been posting behind-the-scenes photos and video updates of their time in the studio. Dogstar also made their reunion by returning to the live stage with a private show “for the incredible people who made our new album possible”. 

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To celebrate the group’s long reunion, Dogstar decided to drop a new song this summer. This new album release in summer will mark 27 years since Dogstar, who are also made up of Robert Mailhouse, Bret Domrose, and Gregg Miller, dropped their debut record, Our Little Visionary, in 1996.

Dogstar is an American alternative rock band from Los Angeles, California. They were initially active from the mid-1990s to the early 2000s. The band was famous for the band’s opening in various shows, such as when they opened for David Bowie at his 1995 Hollywood Palladium gig. 

Source : Asiaone

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