ASCAP's membership is full of well-known doctors -- Dr. Dre, Dr. Luke, Dr. Dog and Dr. Acula, just to name a few -- but how many of them can claim to be real doctors? ASCAP member Marc "Doc" Dauer certainly can. In recent years, this licensed physician has traded MD for TV, scoring such small-screen hits as Swingtown, 90210 and In Plain Sight alongside writing partners Liz Phair and Evan Frankfort (read our interview with Doc and Liz here). With his new album The Body Rocks, Dauer combines his two professional passions into one delightfully loopy, obscenely catchy pop/rock album designed to teach kids all about the human body and what it does. Joining him for this musical anatomy lesson are ASCAP members Liz Phair, Pete Yorn and Guster, plus actress/singer/songwriter Minnie Driver.
We thought we'd talk to an actual kid about her reactions to The Body Rocks. And thus, the ASCAP "We Create Music" Blog is proud to present the dance stylings of four-year-old Sophia.
Check out this video of Doc Dauer and friends on the Fran Drescher Tawk Show, performing selections from The Body Rocks.
Doc Dauer and Liz Phair talked at length with ASCAP's Lavinia Jones Wright about their creative partnership in this here interview.
Find out more about The Body Rocks at the project's MySpace page!