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Doc Holliday

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Named after the famous frontier gunfighter, gambler, and dentist, Doc Holliday was an American Southern rock band from Warner Robins, Georgia. Formed by guitarist and singer Bruce Brookshire, they began playing in the early 70s under the moniker Roundhouse and later changed their name to Doc Holliday after signing a recording contract with A&M Records. Produced by Tom Allom, their eponymous studio debut came out in 1980 and entered the Top 30 of the Billboard 200, and their second album Doc Holliday Rides Again (1982) found the band touring with established acts such as Black Sabbath, Gregg Allman, and Stevie Ray Vaughn. The band took a sharp left turn for their third full-length, 1983’s Modern Medicine, which tried to appeal to new audiences by incorporating synthesizers and influences from electropop. This change in musical direction alienated the group’s fan base and resulted in their disbandment in 1984. Doc Holliday reformed in 1986 for the harder-sounding Danger Zone, which enjoyed great popularity in the Old Continent. Following a series of lineup changes, they released the albums Son of the Morning Star (1993) and Legacy (1996) and headlined festivals all over Europe. The group entered the new decade with A Better Road (2001), a back-to-basics album that featured the single “Dead Man’s Road.” After releasing Good Time Music (2003), and Rebel Souls (2006), Doc Holliday announced its dissolution by embarking on a 30th Anniversary tour throughout Europe in 2011.