Chris Barron '90
Chris Barron ’90 is the lead singer of the iconic 1990s band the Spin Doctors. Reaching the height of their popularity in the early ’90s, the band’s accolades include a Grammy nomination, a Rolling Stone cover, two multi-platinum albums, and two Top Ten hits—“Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong” and “Two Princes”—for which they won a BMI award.
Following the release of Pocket Full of Kryptonite in 1991, the band was embraced by MTV, mainstream radio, and Apple Computers, who sponsored their biggest headlining tour.
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Barron has been particularly active in Norway, where he has participated in songwriting camps with some of Europe’s leading songwriters, and started a casual supergroup, the Canoes, with three noted Norwegian musicians.
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