Spin Doctors In Concert The band celebrates the 20th anniversary of its 1991 breakthrough, Pocket Full of Kryptonite, with a special-edition release and the chance to hear hits like "Little Miss Can't Be Wrong" and "Two Princes" performed live.

Spin Doctors In Concert

Spin Doctors In Concert

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Set List

  • "Jimmy Olsen's Blues"
  • "What Time Is It?"
  • "Little Miss Can't Be Wrong"
  • "Forty or Fifty"
  • "Two Princes"
  • "Off My Line"
  • "How Could You Want Him"
  • "Shinbone Alley"

Formed in New York City in 1988, Spin Doctors soon began honing a unique blend of pop, funk and progressive rock. After years of solo releases and one-off shows throughout the U.S. and Europe, the band's four members have come together to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their five-times-platinum breakthrough album, Pocket Full of Kryptonite. Fueled by the hit singles "Two Princes" and "Little Miss Can't Be Wrong," the album was a critical and commercial success known for its catchy, clever lyrics and laid-back vibe. The band stopped at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia to promote Pocket Full of Kryptonite: 20th Anniversary Edition.