Tymon Dogg Net Worth

Tymon Dogg Net Worth is
$1.7 Million

Tymon Dogg Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Template:Multiple issuesTymon Dogg (born Stephen John Murray) is an English singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Dogg's career started early with shows at the Cavern and Peppermint Lounge in Liverpool when he was just 15. As well as pursuing a solo career, he collaborated with many bands and musicians including The Clash, and was a member of Joe Strummer's last band, The Mescaleros.Dogg moved to London at 17, he signed to Pye records and recorded a single, "The Bitter Thoughts of Little Jane" featuring Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones (later of Led Zeppelin fame). Moving to Apple Records, Dogg recorded tracks produced by Peter Asher and featuring Paul McCartney on piano and James Taylor on guitar. Dogg then toured with The Moody Blues and worked closely with Justin Hayward to produce many tracks, "Now She Says She's Young" being released as single in 1970.Dogg became disillusioned with the constraints of the commercial music industry and cut his ties with it to become part of London's early 1970s underground scene.Moving into a squatted property in Westbourne Grove, Dogg made a living gigging in folk clubs and busking with house mate 'Woody' aka Joe Strummer. Dogg regularly played at the Charlie Pig Dog Club with the 101ers and when Joe Strummer joined The Clash Dogg was invited to contribute tracks on Sandinista and Combat Rock.Other notable housemates from that time included all female punk band The Slits, with whom Dogg shared a flat until 1978.In 1978, Dogg spent six months in India, moving to the North East of England on his return in 1979 with artist Helen Cherry.In 1980 Dogg moved to New York, meeting up with old friends Joe Strummer and Mick Jones who were recording at Electric Ladyland.Dogg worked with Malcolm McLaren in 1982-3 while the latter was producing Duck Rock. Dogg released two solo albums during the 1980s including Battle of Wills and Relentless, as well as New Age Songs, (1987) an album by the band he formed with Helen Cherry called the Frugivores.In 1991, Dogg and Helen had a son who was born with learning disabilities. The next decade was devoted to taking care of him.In 2000, Dogg met up with old friend Joe Strummer again at the Poetry Olympics curated by Michael Horovitz. The two performed an impromptu set of songs together, with Lily Allen in her début stage performance as backing singer.Shortly afterwards, Dogg joined Strummer's band, The Mescaleros, and the two worked together until Strummer's untimely death in 2002 producing hits such as "Mondo Bongo" (for which Dogg wrote the tune) and "Johnny Appleseed".Dogg has continued to write and record his music. An EP, Guantanamo was released by Map Music in 2006; in 2010 Cherry Red released a compilation of songs from 1967 – 2009 called The Irrepressible Dogg Dogg and Thin Man Press produced a CD of Dogg's soundscape settings of extracts from Louis Aragon's A Wave of Dreams in 2012.Dogg produced and composed settings for the album Forgive and Forget by

Date Of Birth1950-01-01
Place Of BirthFormby, Lancashire, England
ProfessionSoundtrack, Music Department, Actor

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten2007Documentary performer: "Locks & Bolts & Hinges", "I Ain't Got No Home In This World Anymore"
Mr. & Mrs. Smith2005writer: "Mondo Bongo" - as Timon Stephen
Let's Rock Again!2004Documentary performer: "Lose This Skin" / writer: "Bhindi Bhagee", "Global a Go-Go", "Johnny Appleseed", "Mega Bottle Ride", "Minstrel Boy", "Shaktar Donetsk" - as Dogg / writer: "Lose This Skin"
Black Hawk Down2001arranger: "Minstrel Boy Film Version"

Music Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Independent Lens2005TV Series documentary musician - 1 episode
Gypsy Woman2001musician: The Mescaleros

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
6 Bullets to Hell2014Man by the Opium Den

Composer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dreams Dreams Dreams2010Short

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Rise and Fall of The Clash2012DocumentaryHimself
Punk Britannia2012TV Series documentaryHimself
Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten2007DocumentaryHimself
Viva Joe Strummer: The Clash and Beyond2005Video documentaryHimself
Let's Rock Again!2004DocumentaryHimself

Known for movies

Source
IMDB Wikipedia

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