Ceramic Dog Live on The Chris Gethard Show:

Labrador Retriever Dog Holding Tennis Ball Ceramic Sculpture, via Etsy.
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SITTING DUTIFULLY inside the doorway of Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan's Palm Beach, Fla., home is a life-size ceramic greyhound. With its swirly, milky-white coat, delicate muzzle and perfectly poised paws, this pup—which doubles as a hat stand—charms all those who cross the threshold. As Mr. Adler put it, "That dog is rad." The potter and interior designer, whose own miniature ceramic animals are a top-seller for his namesake brand, adopted the pooch at a nearby thrift shop. "There are a lot of cool ceramic dogs out in the world, mostly greyhounds, but the best, best, best ones are Italian from...
Ceramic Dog "Lies My Body Told Me" - Official Music Video:
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Pat the dog is 's (and later 's) ceramic dog. Joey first bought him when he moved in his in after he got a role on . When Joey was forced to sell everything in his home, bought the dog back for him, it being the only item that Ross could afford to salvage. The dog remains a over the rest of show, with several appearances. Ceramic Dog on NPR's All Things Considered
Photo provided by FlickrOff the upcoming album "Your Turn", out April 30.Ceramic Dog is:Marc RibotChes SmithShahzad Ismaily
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Ceramic Dog's sophomore album, Your Turn, has landed on several 'Best of 2013' lists including PopMatters, Alarm Magazine, and Something Else. PopMatters writes: "The scary thing about Marc Ribot and his new(ish) band is that all of these styles and quirks are pulled off so convincingly... with their first album well behind them, they are even fiercer than before... 8 out of 10 stars." All Music calls the album "an absolute scorcher... this band can do nearly anything," and Robert Christgau says "Ribot's new hard-rock album with Ceramic Dog ranks amongst his most daring," in his review on NPR's All Things Considered which can be heard here."Marc Ribot's Ceramic Dog, whose style is experimental...though much more pleasing on the ears, was one of the best surprises of the festival."
- AV Club review at All Tomorrow's Parties Festival 2011 curated by Portishead Stainless steel and ceramic are both good choices for use as dog dishes. Be an informed consumer and only purchase items that are clearly labeled "food-safe" to avoid exposing your pet to environmental hazards. A far greater health threat is posed by poor hygiene. Wash your pet food bowls daily, and wash your hands thoroughly before and after handling dog food or pet dishes.Marc Ribot gets the last word on the press release for by asserting that “Ceramic Dogs just wanna have fun.” The truth is, they’re out for blood. Just look at that cover, a tic-tac-toe board mocking its opponent with just one empty space, awaiting your futile move. My turn, you say? Can I at least get my affairs in order first?Marc Ribot Ceramic Dog Full Concert 2016

presents Ceramic Dog, featuring Marc Ribot, Ches Smith and Shahzad Ismaily, performing live in the KEXP studio. Recorded June 22, 2016.

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Ceramic Dog live @ Club Museum - Sept 17, 2016 Marc Ribot - guitar Shahzad Ismaily - bass & electronics Ches Smith - drums & electronics.

presents Ceramic Dog, featuring Marc Ribot, Ches Smith and Shahzad Ismaily, performing Your Turn live in the KEXP studio. Recorded June .It almost goes without saying that anything that Marc Ribot touches turns to gold, and is no exception. Aside from his own prolific solo career, Ribot has worked with captains of industry like Elvis Costello, John Zorn, The Black Keys, plus goes back thirty years and seven records deep with Tom Waits. He’s been lauded as one of the best living guitar players and is now trying his hand at a new project pregnant with absurdist jazz, free form punk, and garage-y overtones. As Ceramic Dog, Marc Ribot is joined in-studio at KEXP with bassist Shahzad Ismaily and drummer Ches Smith. Check out their unbelievably raw session hosted by Jazz Theater’s John Gilbreath.