Cherry Poppin Daddies
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Cherry Poppin Daddies Biography
The eight-piece ska/swing revival collective Cherry Poppin'
Daddies formed out of several groups around the University of Oregon in
Eugene. Vocalist/guitarist Steve Perry (aka MC Large Drink) and bassist
Dan Schmid originally played in the Jazz Greats and the Hucks, then
formed Cherry Poppin' Daddies in 1989 with a lineup which gradually
encompassed guitarist Jason Moss, drummer Tim Donahue, trumpeter Dana
Heitman, Sean Flannery on tenor saxophone, Ian Early on alto and
baritone, and keyboard player Dustin Lanker.
The group released their debut album, Ferociously Stoned, in 1990 on
Sub Par Records and followed it up four years later with Rapid City
Muscle Car. The Pacific Northwest was in the grips of the grunge wave
during the early '90s, though, so the Cherry Poppin' Daddies' live show
puzzled quite a few fans of alternative rock. By the mid-'90s, the
fascination with formerly neglected musical styles (including easy
listening and swing) had increased the band's prominence, along with
bands like Squirrel Nut Zippers and Royal Crown Revue. After third
album Kids on the Street was picked up for distribution by Caroline
Records, the group compiled the most swing-oriented tracks from their
back catalog for release on Zoot Suit Riot. Following up to their 1997
multi-platinum Zoot Suit Riot, Soul Caddy was released in mid-2000.
Lanker and Schmid left the group the next year and formed the Visible
Men. ~ John Bush, All Music Guide
Written by John Bush