Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show

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Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show
Also known as The Chocolate Papers
Origin New Jersey, United States
Genres Rock
Soft rock
Country
Instruments Microphone (Vocals)
Years active 1967–1985
Labels Columbia Records, Capitol Records, CBS, Casablanca Records
Past members
Billy Francis
Ray Sawyer
George Cummings
Popeye Phillips
Jimmy "Wolf Cub" Allen
Bobby Dimingus
Dennis Locorriere
Joseph Oliver
John "Jay" David
Jance Garfat
Rik Elswit
John Wolters
Bob "Willard" Henke
Rod Smarr
Walter Hartman

Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show or simply just Dr. Hook was an American band. They formed in Union City, New Jersey in 1968. Their two best known songs were "Cover of the Rolling Stone" and "Sylvia's Mother".