Legendary music icons, Three Dog Night, celebrating nearly five decades, claims some of the most astonishing statistics in popular music. In the years 1969 through 1974, no
other group achieved more top ten hits, moved more records, or sold more concert tickets than Three Dog Night.
Three Dog Night’s hits wind through the fabric of pop culture today, whether on the radio, where they are heard day in and day out, in TV commercials, or in major motion pictures.
Songs like “Mama Told Me (Not To Come),” “Joy to the World,” “Black and White,” “Shambala,” and “One” serve to heighten our
emotions and crystallize Three Dog Night’s continuing popularity.
From 1969 through 1974, no other group achieved more top ten hits, moved more records, or sold more concert tickets than Three Dog Night.
Three Dog Night recorded the music of the best (and mostly undiscovered) new songwriters of that time including Harry Nilsson, Randy Newman, Elton John, Laura Nyro, Paul Williams, and Hoyt
Axton among many others. The group’s eclectic taste, combined with its ability to recognize and record hits in a unique, distinctive and appealing style, resulted in Three Dog Night
dominating the charts for years.
Now, with nearly 50 years on the road, Three Dog Night continues to grow its fan base by keeping up a full schedule of concerts at theatres, performing arts centers, fairs, festivals,
corporate events, and casinos. Since 1986, the band has performed over 2,200 shows — including two Super Bowls.