Los Angeles-area group The Dogmatics are a straight-up no-nonsense rock-and-roll oldies cover-band. They claim to play only the best, most classic rock-and-roll hits; and their chief distinction is their skill at performing them with perfect fidelity to the best known recordings. Not content to impersonate just Elvis Presley or just the Beatles, they impersonate all the greats, one song at a time, live on-stage. At one of their shows you might hear them perform “I Heard It Through The Grapevine” like Marvin Gaye, “Take Me to the River” like the Talking Heads, “Down on the Corner” like Creedence Clearwater Revival, and “Good Vibrations” like the Beach Boys. Purely a live act, The Dogmatics play to standing-room-only crowds wherever they go, and second-hand tickets sell for upwards of two-hundred dollars a pop.
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