One of San Francisco Bay Area's most popular bands of the 80s/90s
Dave (Swampy) Ryle
Bill Lackey (Mudboy)
Natalie Sibert Freitas
"We lived in Dot 3 Land. We didn't have a lot in common with the other bands musically. We were just different."
"They opened for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Fishbone, Faith No More and Primus. Actually, Primus opened for them on several occasions."
Aaron CarnesMetro Active
"I thought Dot 3 was the equivalent of the Doors for the 1980's."
Robert C Schick
"I loved this one (In the Desert), I seem to remember you march in with this one from the back of the audience. Glad I got to see you a number of times. Certainly one of the best bands of that era. And here giving crash worship a run for their money!"
"Dot 3 was a great combo of real musicians and funky chaos. Probably the most original band to come out of San Jose."