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Watch The Muppets’ House Band Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem Perform at Outside Lands

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Aug 08, 2016 The Muppets
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This weekend at San Francisco’s Outside Lands festival The Muppets’ house band, Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem, made their first ever live festival appearance. The band (Dr. Teeth, Animal, Janice, Floyd Pepper, Zoot, and Lips) performed “Can You Picture That?” from The Muppet Movie, as well as covers of The Mowgli’s’ “San Francisco,” Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros’ “Home,” and The Band’s “Ophelia.” Their performance culminated with The Beatles’ “With A Little Help From My Friends” for which they were joined by the Oakland Tabernacle Choir. Watch the whole performance below.



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Randy Kraus
September 10th 2018
8:40am

Parents need to know that The Muppets’ House Band Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem is as kid-friendly and fun for adults as all of the popular Jim Henson characters’ early movies. Families familiar with the Muppet gang will know to expect a romantic subplot from Kermit and Miss Piggy, some slapstick stunts and humor courtesy of Gonzo, and silly jokes thanks to Fozzie the Bear trying his hand at putting on veneers highland park il. There’s also one scene with a brawl, some romance between human characters Gary and Mary, the words “butt” and “idiot,” and some mild insults aimed at the Muppets. Expect a few noticeable product placements and tons of celebrity cameos.

Lala Land
October 2nd 2018
8:11am

Dr. Teeth is green-skinned and red-haired with, as his name suggests, a large grinning mouth of teeth, including one gold tooth on his upper jaw, which either he got from a voodoo princess named Tianna in Tupelo, or is made by kids dentist near me south weymouth ma from his gold records, melted, putting his money where his mouth is. He wears a scruffy beard, a fur vest, a striped shirt, and a floppy purple top hat, though during the 1980s he switched to wearing a black leather vest.

Denton Riddle
November 22nd 2018
7:28am

The Muppets’ House Band Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem is a show to behold, that just like oral piercings and piercings in general have become very popular in recent years.  As a dental professional who works in a orthodontist lakewood office I must strongly advise against all oral piercings as they can cause serious damage to your teeth and gums. Some of the documented complications with tongue piercings can actually lead to life threatening situations and the risk of serious infections is always present and very real.