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Grateful Dead | Keith Stieduhar/courtesy of the artist (top left), Kamasi Washington | John Vettese/XPN (top right), Sleater Kinney | Brigitte Sire/Courtesy of the artist (bottom left), Hiss Golden Messenger | Rich McKie/XPN (bottom center), Jim James | Josh Pelta-Heller/XPN (bottom right) Various sources hide caption

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Scott McMicken of Dr. Dog performs at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia. Cameron Pollack /WXPN hide caption

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Dr. Dog On World Cafe

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Dr. Dog On World Cafe

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Dr. Dog On Mountain Stage

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Dr. Dog's sixth studio album is titled Be the Void. Chris Crisman hide caption

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Dr. Dog: A Standout Among Stereotypes

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Dr. Dog's "How Long Must I Wait" takes an enjoyably swirling look at a meaningless, mysterious world. Chris Crisman hide caption

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Be the Void

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Toby Leaman (left) swapped his bass for an acoustic guitar for one song with his band, Dr. Dog. Joe del Tufo/WXPN hide caption

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Dr. Dog in Concert on XPN Live Friday

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Joshua Kessler

The Apples In Stereo, Caribou, Dr. Dog And More

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