"Spin Doctors" is an alternative rock group from New York City, best known for its 1992 hits, "Two Princes" and "Little Miss Can't Be Wrong", which charted at #7 & #17 on the American pop chart, respectively. The album that included those songs, ''Pocket Full of Kryptonite'', sold poorly until MTV and radio began playing the songs. The album eventually went gold, and then received another boost in sales after the band's appearance on ''Saturday Night Live'' in October 1992, ultimately selling five million copies in the United States and peaking at #3 on the Billboard top 200 album chart. The band also made an appearance on Sesame Street, singing a modified version of Two Princes which emphasized the importance of sharing.
The current members are Chris Barron (lead vocals), Eric Schenkman (guitar and vocals), Aaron Comess (drums) and Mark White (bass guitar).
''Turn It Upside Down'' (1994) was not as successful as 'Kryptonite', although it did sell a million copies and its second single, "You Let Your Heart Go Too Fast", was a modest hit (#48 on the pop chart). Shortly after the release of ''Turn It Upside Down'', original guitarist Eric Schenkman left the band, citing b...