Founding member Danny Hutton delivers sweet harmonies in a set packed with hits such as “Joy to the World” and “One”
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Three Dog Night
- Three Dog nutshell: In 1967, crooners Danny Hutton, Cory Wells, and Chuck Negron consolidated their voices into a trifecta of shimmering harmonies known as Three Dog Night, which tallied up 21 Top 40 hits (and three No. 1s) between 1969 and 1975. The group continues to reign over classic-rock radio to this day.
- Three Dog name: Legend has it that the moniker comes from the indigenous people of Australian, who would snuggle with one dingo when it was chilly and three dingos when it was freezing.
- What “Three Dog Night” could also describe: an average dinner conversation with Randy Jackson
- Fun facts about Danny Hutton: He once auditioned to be one of the Monkees, managed the infamous late ’70s punk band Fear, and is the father of Haim drummer Dash Hutton.
- Fun facts About Cory Wells: Before Three Dog Night, he played with a band called The Enemies that appeared on The Beverly Hillbillies, and first met Hutton while touring with Sonny & Cher.
- Three Dog covers: As excellent judges of material, Three Dog Night turned tunes by Randy Newman (“Mama Told Me Not to Come”), Laura Nyro (“Eli’s Coming”) and Paul Williams (“An Old Fashioned Love Song”) into jukebox gold, along with other standout singles such as…
- …“One”: The loneliest number (with zero being the surliest), and a hit that helped bring songwriter Harry Nilsson to a wider audience. Also getting the Three Dog Night treatment…
- …“Jeremiah Was a Bullfrog”: No, that isn’t really the title, but it is the perplexing kickoff line to their hit version of “Joy to the World,” which was penned by Hoyt Axton, a.k.a. the dad from Gremlins.
- Firefall: Don’t let the flute trills and bouncy soft-rock melody of its Top 10 hit “You Are the Woman” fool you—Firefall knows how to heat up its riffs. Just check out crowd-rockers such as “Cinderella” for proof. Of course, with three gold albums and two platinum albums, all packed with chart-toppers such as “Strange Way” and “Goodbye I Love You,” these Colorado Music Hall of Famers are bound to have something for everyone.
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