Magadog

Ed Lowery Lead Vocals
Jim Pedigo Keyboard, Backup Vocals
Dave Akright Bass
Carlos Velez Drums
K Paul Boyev Guitar
Joe Terrana Saxophone
Dave Russell Trombone
Kenny Pullin Trumpet

Magadog

Magadog was formed in 1992, in Tampa, and are regarded as the pioneering Florida ska band of Ska's Third Wave. The band, featuring keyboardist/vocalist Jim Pedigo, original guitarist Ellis Madden, guitarist Jeff Kinsman, trombonist/vocalist Ed Trombakian, bassist Dave Akright, trumpeter Christian Woodall, saxophonist Patty Mayes, drummer Steve Hawes, and percussion/vocalist Ed Lowery, released four albums and appeared on over 10 ska compilations. In 1995-1996 Magadog appeared on an episode of NBC's "Seaquest" and MTV's "120 Minutes" debuted the band's video, "Monkey In The Whitehouse". Magadog has had countless U.S. tours along with bands such as The Skatalites, The Toasters, and The Pietasters. The lineup of Magadog has changed over the years since its inception, with Ed Lowery, Dave Akright, and Jim Pedigo remaining as the band's original members.Magadog's 5th CD, Ybor City, features mixes from DJ/producer King Django and vocals from Hepcat's Greg Lee.

Hometown Tampa, FL United States
When Formed October 1992  (30 years 4 months ago)
Influences Specials, Madness, Skatalites, Lee Scratch Perry, Toots And The Maytals
Sounds Like Slackers, Hepcat, Aggrolites, Westbound Train, Toasters,