Dosh is always busy. Inbetween constant touring with Andrew Bird, his work with The Cloak Ox and his solo recordings, the prolific drummer also managed to contribute a cover to this year's installment of the Minnesota Beatle Project.
For this in-studio on The Local Show, Dosh played The Beatles' "Blue Jay Way," as well as songs from his new record Milk Money. He also talked with David Campbell about his collaboration with Wilco's drummer Glenn Kotche, how he brings his recordings to a live setting, gathering Aby Wolf, Maggie Morrison and David Huckfelt for vocal contributions and more.
Songs performed: "Blue Jay Way," "Summer Time Time" and "Unto Eternity"
- Dosh performs in The Current studios Martin Dosh has been playing in the Twin Cities music community for years, penning his first solo album a decade ago. After a successful streak on Anticon Records and consistent touring with Andrew Bird, the multi-instrumentalist is planning to release new material at the beginning of 2013.
- Dosh performs in The Current studios Dosh is a master at creating lush soundscapes with little more than a piano, drums and a few choice electronics. Enlisting help from friends such as Andrew Bird, Mike Lewis, Jeremy Ylvisaker and more, Dosh has created his fifth album, "Tommy."
- Dosh performs in The Current studios After spending most of 2007 on the road touring as a solo artist and as a member of Andrew Bird's band, Martin Dosh's "Wolves And Wishes" will be released in May 2008 and is the fourth Dosh full-length studio project.