Talk:Brian Doherty

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Does anyone know if this is the same Brian Doherty that was a member of the band Big Wreck?

According to this, he is. I found that link through the website listed on this page. — User:ACupOfCoffee@ 22:10, 31 Mar 2006 (CST)

I heard some story that he got pushed out of the band because he was really really messy and IT DROVE LINNELL CRAZY. I cannot confirm this of course but I'm mentioning it because I think it's funny as hell. --Self Called Nowhere 16:48, 27 February 2010 (UTC)

Haha I doubt it, Brian kept really consistent tempo in his songs. He explained why he left the band, which is quoted on the main page (His official website even links to here), and on his YouTube channel with a video of Dirt Bike, in the comments he claimed they got along just fine. You're hearing rumors. ;) -- Jason DeLima - ! - 20:22, 27 February 2010 (UTC)
Consistent tempo proves nothing! I mean he wouldn't be a very good drummer if he didn't, after all. Yeh I saw the quote, but y'know people can say different things about things like this. Anyway yeh. I don't think it's necessarily true but OH GOD SUCH AN AMUSING IDEA. --Self Called Nowhere 20:25, 27 February 2010 (UTC)

I don't like the introduction to this: "Brian Doherty was TMBG's pre-Dan Hickey, post-drum machine drummer" makes it sound like Jonathan Feinberg doesn't exist. I dunno what exactly to do about it, "post-J.D. Feinberg" seems almost controversial, but maybe I'm over-thinking it? -Apollo (colloquia!) 12:33, 16 October 2011 (EDT)

How about just keep it simple and say "Brian Doherty was TMBG's second live drummer." P.S. Maybe it's time to finally do something with that band member chronology we made.--BlueCanary 18:32, 16 October 2011 (EDT)
oh, well, that's a good idea. I think saying "first studio drummer" would be appropriate too. But probably we should finish the chronology thing before doing anything with it. -Apollo (colloquia!) 18:41, 16 October 2011 (EDT)