Dog's Eye View Biography
Dog's Eye View was conceived as a studio project for singer+guitarist Peter Stuart, who began performing in Chicago, Illinois USA with a band called Monster; Stuart eventually served as a roadie for Counting Crows and also scored high-profile opening slots with Tori Amos and Cracker.
In 1995 he teamed-up with some fellow musicians and signed a deal with
Columbia Records releasing the Dog's Eye View's debut album, "Happy
Nowhere", later that year; driven, in part, by the multi-format radio
success of "Everything Falls Apart", the album hit #1 spot on
Billboard's Top Heatseekers chart and broke into The Billboard 200 peaking
at #77, the main single reached the #66 on The Billboard Hot 100, cracked
the top 20 of both Modern and Mainstream Rock Tracks charts and hit the
top 10 of the Billboard's Top 40 Mainstream list.
The group's sophomore effort, "Daisy", was released in August 1997 to little attention.
Stuart resurfaced five years later with his solo album, "Propeller", but failed to break back into the mainstream.
Dog's Eye View returned in 2005 with the single "Gone Like Yesterday", the lead track from the outfit's third album: "Tomorrow Always Comes".