is now
Evan and Don pounding the
drums at The Roof Garden
Ballroom, Arnold's Park, Iowa
September, 2005
(look close!)
All contents © 2005 - 2019 - The Red Dogs Band
For those who are new to The Red Dogs, they're an industrial strength
Rock and Soul show band which toured regularly through 14 mid­western
states during the 1960's. During that time they released records on the
Atco label, advertised over KOMA radio in Oklahoma City, and were one
of the most popular show bands in the central part of the country. In
1969 they went their separate ways. In 2005 The Red Dogs reunited
when they were inducted into the Kansas Music Hall of Fame and the
Iowa Rock and Roll Music Association's Hall of Fame and later in the
South Dakota music hall of fame. Together again, the band is playing
periodically for both old and new fans.
Inside their web site you will find biographies of original band
members, music samples, pictures from the 1960's as well as more
recently, and a history of the group.   And we'll be doing our best to
keep this site updated... so check back with us for new info!
Tour Events     
The Red Dogs logo was created from a picture taken on the college campus at Manhattan, KS, 1965.
Evan is lower center, Don is far right.  Picture was taken by John Brown.
Kansas Music Hall of Fame, Jan, 2005.  Left to right, Randall, Mike, Evan, Jack, Doug, Don, Steve D., Butch, Jerry and Steve E.
What's Inside?
How to Use This Site
Follow the navigation buttons near the upper left of every screen or
other links throughout the site.  You can see additional information
about many pictures by holding your cursor over the picture.  Some
pictures contain links to other sites.   And if you didn't hear music when
you opened this page, try downloading
Media Player.  Click and enjoy!
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What’s New?
Who Are We?
The Red Dogs performed at the amazing Bellagio Hotel and
Casino, Las Vegas.  Joining the group was the talented Max Carl,
lead singer of Grand Funk Railroad.  
Back L to R, Steve D, Steve E, Randall, Leo, Jerry, Front Evan, Mike, Butch
KOMA Radio started the phrase - and it stuck!