Other Spin Doctors Members
Four other guys were part of the Spin Doctors in the late nineties: Anthony Krizan, who played guitar 1994-1996, Ivan Neville, who joined the band for the YGTBIS tour in 1996 and later became a full member until 1999, Eran Tabib who was the third guitar player from 1997 until 1999 and Carl Carter, the short-time Spins bass player in 1999. As this site mainly focusses on the original band members, this section is absolutely incomplete, sorry. But it features a few basic facts about the guys - if you can submit more info, please feel free to do so!
Guitar player and singer with the Spins 1994 - 1996
Anthony, maybe most well-known for his co-writing on Lenny Kravitz' "Stand By My Woman", was the one who had to replace Eric after he left the band in 1994. He is a very talented songwriter and guitar player, and in "his Spins era", the band wrote dozens of new songs. A few of them made it on the YGTBIS album, but a lot of them never were recorded. After leaving the Spins during their 1996 summer tour, Anthony continued making music. For example, he contributed some guitar work to the album "Sun" by Lisa Hayes And The Violets. In the late 90s, he was performing with some Christian rock bands. He also played regularly with Noel Redding. For more information about Anthony's solo work, check out this site.
Keyboard player and singer with the Spins 1996 - 1999
Long before joining the Spins, Ivan had a Top 40 record called "If My Ancestors Could See Me Now". The Dan Kortchmar-produced record was released in 1988. In 1995, Ivan finished his second solo effort, the uplifting album "Thanks". After his intermezzo with the Spins, he recorded another CD: "Saturday Morning Music" is a truly great soul album that shows what a talented and gifted musician Ivan is. "Saturday Morning Music" was re-released in 2003 under the name "Scrape".
Nowadays, Ivan runs his own band project Dumpstafunk, delivering some great New Orleans funk music. For a complete Ivean Neville discography, please check out his own website.
Guitar player with the Spins 1997 - 1999
Eran, who joined Aaron, Chris, Ivan and Mark from 1997 until 1999, also played on some cool albums, most noteably on Saul Zonanas self-titled 2000 album (check out the Aaron Comess Solo discography for more info on this one). He also worked with soul artists such as Angie Stone.
Bass player with the Spins in 1999
Carl seems to be the most unknown Spin Doctors band member. He joined Aaron, Chris, Ivan and Eran in 1999, shortly after Mark left the band. There are no known studio recordings of him with the Spins. Nevertheless, Carl is a pretty big name in the US music scene - he performed with acts such as Dizzy Gillespie, Maxwell or N'Dea Davenport. For more information on his solo work, check out Carl's website.