The Dollyrots

Thu Mar 10 2022

8:00 PM

Reggies Music Joint

2105 South State Street Chicago, IL 60616

$15

All Ages

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Due to rising Covid case numbers in every market we planned to visit on our September US tour we have made the very difficult and disappointing decision to postpone all but the last few dates of our upcoming tour. It is in the best interest of the band, crew, fans, and our families that we have made this tough choice. We LOVE touring and can’t believe we are having to do this again.
 
Our goal is to rebook these dates as a series of shorter runs to reduce the chance of last-minute cancellations due to one of us or our crew getting Covid - and as a result cancelling mid-tour. That's a logistical and financial hardship we can’t really risk. Please give us a few days to rebook and plan with each venue; ideally they will just be credited toward a future date. Refunds will be available as well.
 
Rest assured they we’ll be out there in the coming months, and aim to keep everyone as safe as possible at the shows. We miss you all like crazy but are trying to make the best decisions we can as circumstances change. We’re not giving up, we’ll find a way!

The concert featuring The Dollyrots is RESCHEDULED to March 10, 2022.  All previously purchased tickets will be honored at the door. Refunds are available on request if you can no longer attend due to the date change.

Reggies Music Joint 
8pm doors / 21+  / $15

The Dollyrots 


 

The Dollyrots

  • The Dollyrots

    The Dollyrots

    Punk

    The Dollyrots are a Los Angeles, California based pop punk band made up of Kelly Ogden (vocals/bass) and Luis Cabezas (guitar/vocals). Since their formation 18 years ago the husband and wife duo has played over a thousand shows in the US and Europe, shared the stage with many of their idols, and released six studio albums along with several EPs, singles, splits, and a live concert film. Their last 3 albums have peaked in the Top 20 of the Billboard Heatseeker’s chart, earning heavy rotation on Sirius/XM radio and followed releases on Lookout Records & Joan Jett’s Blackheart Records. Their most recent LP “Daydream Explosion” is out now on Little Steven Van Zandt’s Wicked Cool Records.
    What started as a hobby for New College of Florida students (and childhood friends) Kelly Ogden (bass/vocals) and Luis Cabezas (guitar) became a career when Ogden and Cabezas decided to make their band, The Dollyrots, a full-time gig in 2001. The duo set off on a road trip to find a new home for the group and settled in Los Angeles in 2002; once there, the pair set about honing a pop-punk sound inspired by the Ramones, the Pixies, the Sex Pistols, Nirvana, and Green Day. Two years later, the band signed with Lookout!/Panic Button Records and released Eat My Heart Out. Following release of their debut the band appeared onscreen on CSI:NY performing two songs off the album. While playing the Vans Warped Tour in 2006 the band members met Joan Jett, who was so taken by the Dollyrots that she offered them a spot on her Blackheart Records label roster after hearing demos of their upcoming LP.
    The Dollyrots’ second album Because I’m Awesome debuted on Blackheart in 2007. The album spawned several singles that made an impact on radio and appeared on film/TV (Easy A, Brave, The Vampire Diaries, Greek, Reaper.) A year later they recorded a version of Jett’s song “Bad Reputation” for the soundtrack to the film Endless Bummer, followed up three years later with the slickly produced A Little Messed Up. The first single off this effort, “California Beach Boy”, was featured with a live performance by the band on The Price Is Right. The Dollyrots left Blackheart after that, releasing an EP on their own Arrested Youth label. For their next project, the group turned to crowd-funding site Kickstarter, launching a wildly successful campaign that yielded 2012’s The Dollyrots. Working again with co-producer John Fields, the independently released set featured Ogden and Cabezas firmly in charge for the first time in their career as they played all the instruments (save for a few parts done by producer Fields) and had final say over all facets of the process. By this point the Dollyrots had gone through a number of different drummers and generally operated as duo with guest musicians in the studio and on their various tours. Their 2014 release, Barefoot and Pregnant, was recorded during Ogden’s pregnancy and was subsequently followed by the birth of the couple’s first child. The album fared well critically and reached number seven on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart. The all-acoustic Love Songs, Werewolves, and Zombies was released digitally in 2013 to the band’s PledgeMusic supporters, and received a public release the following year.
    The Dollyrots continued to successfully fund their projects via crowd-funding and in 2016, they released their first concert album, the ambitious, double-disc/DVD set Family Vacation: Live in Los Angeles. That same year also saw the release of the three-song EP Mama’s Gonna Knock You Out. The end of the year saw them working on two new projects, another kid and their next album. The couple’s baby girl was born in November and the John Fields-produced Whiplash Splash was released in early 2017. This was followed by a 7-inch single Get Radical, released on Little Steven Van Zandt’s Wicked Cool Records. The band most recently released their 7th studio album, Daydream Explosion, which debuted on multiple Billboard charts including #7 Heatseekers and #16 Independent Albums via Wicked Cool. The band has been active on the road throughout 2019 and, as always, bring their two kids along for the adventure.

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The Dollyrots

Thu Mar 10 2022 8:00 PM

Reggies Music Joint Chicago IL
The Dollyrots

$15 All Ages

Due to rising Covid case numbers in every market we planned to visit on our September US tour we have made the very difficult and disappointing decision to postpone all but the last few dates of our upcoming tour. It is in the best interest of the band, crew, fans, and our families that we have made this tough choice. We LOVE touring and can’t believe we are having to do this again.
 
Our goal is to rebook these dates as a series of shorter runs to reduce the chance of last-minute cancellations due to one of us or our crew getting Covid - and as a result cancelling mid-tour. That's a logistical and financial hardship we can’t really risk. Please give us a few days to rebook and plan with each venue; ideally they will just be credited toward a future date. Refunds will be available as well.
 
Rest assured they we’ll be out there in the coming months, and aim to keep everyone as safe as possible at the shows. We miss you all like crazy but are trying to make the best decisions we can as circumstances change. We’re not giving up, we’ll find a way!

The concert featuring The Dollyrots is RESCHEDULED to March 10, 2022.  All previously purchased tickets will be honored at the door. Refunds are available on request if you can no longer attend due to the date change.

Reggies Music Joint 
8pm doors / 21+  / $15

The Dollyrots 


 
The Dollyrots

The Dollyrots

Punk

The Dollyrots are a Los Angeles, California based pop punk band made up of Kelly Ogden (vocals/bass) and Luis Cabezas (guitar/vocals). Since their formation 18 years ago the husband and wife duo has played over a thousand shows in the US and Europe, shared the stage with many of their idols, and released six studio albums along with several EPs, singles, splits, and a live concert film. Their last 3 albums have peaked in the Top 20 of the Billboard Heatseeker’s chart, earning heavy rotation on Sirius/XM radio and followed releases on Lookout Records & Joan Jett’s Blackheart Records. Their most recent LP “Daydream Explosion” is out now on Little Steven Van Zandt’s Wicked Cool Records.
What started as a hobby for New College of Florida students (and childhood friends) Kelly Ogden (bass/vocals) and Luis Cabezas (guitar) became a career when Ogden and Cabezas decided to make their band, The Dollyrots, a full-time gig in 2001. The duo set off on a road trip to find a new home for the group and settled in Los Angeles in 2002; once there, the pair set about honing a pop-punk sound inspired by the Ramones, the Pixies, the Sex Pistols, Nirvana, and Green Day. Two years later, the band signed with Lookout!/Panic Button Records and released Eat My Heart Out. Following release of their debut the band appeared onscreen on CSI:NY performing two songs off the album. While playing the Vans Warped Tour in 2006 the band members met Joan Jett, who was so taken by the Dollyrots that she offered them a spot on her Blackheart Records label roster after hearing demos of their upcoming LP.
The Dollyrots’ second album Because I’m Awesome debuted on Blackheart in 2007. The album spawned several singles that made an impact on radio and appeared on film/TV (Easy A, Brave, The Vampire Diaries, Greek, Reaper.) A year later they recorded a version of Jett’s song “Bad Reputation” for the soundtrack to the film Endless Bummer, followed up three years later with the slickly produced A Little Messed Up. The first single off this effort, “California Beach Boy”, was featured with a live performance by the band on The Price Is Right. The Dollyrots left Blackheart after that, releasing an EP on their own Arrested Youth label. For their next project, the group turned to crowd-funding site Kickstarter, launching a wildly successful campaign that yielded 2012’s The Dollyrots. Working again with co-producer John Fields, the independently released set featured Ogden and Cabezas firmly in charge for the first time in their career as they played all the instruments (save for a few parts done by producer Fields) and had final say over all facets of the process. By this point the Dollyrots had gone through a number of different drummers and generally operated as duo with guest musicians in the studio and on their various tours. Their 2014 release, Barefoot and Pregnant, was recorded during Ogden’s pregnancy and was subsequently followed by the birth of the couple’s first child. The album fared well critically and reached number seven on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart. The all-acoustic Love Songs, Werewolves, and Zombies was released digitally in 2013 to the band’s PledgeMusic supporters, and received a public release the following year.
The Dollyrots continued to successfully fund their projects via crowd-funding and in 2016, they released their first concert album, the ambitious, double-disc/DVD set Family Vacation: Live in Los Angeles. That same year also saw the release of the three-song EP Mama’s Gonna Knock You Out. The end of the year saw them working on two new projects, another kid and their next album. The couple’s baby girl was born in November and the John Fields-produced Whiplash Splash was released in early 2017. This was followed by a 7-inch single Get Radical, released on Little Steven Van Zandt’s Wicked Cool Records. The band most recently released their 7th studio album, Daydream Explosion, which debuted on multiple Billboard charts including #7 Heatseekers and #16 Independent Albums via Wicked Cool. The band has been active on the road throughout 2019 and, as always, bring their two kids along for the adventure.

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

All Ages
limit 6 per person
General Admission
$15.00

Delivery Method

ticketFast
Will Call