Doctor Noize & The Band

The Doc's a Stanford-educated father, chart-topping recording artist, commissioned composer for stage and screen, live performer, author, hit app creator, award-winning teacher, speaker, studio owner and humorist. Featuring strong male, female, and diverse characters with contrasting and collaborating perspectives, his work is for everyone.

Mission Statement: Doctor Noize inspires creativity, curiosity and character through music, art, and words.

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Doc's Noizeletter, once called "the best newsletter in children's music," has returned with a story about his daughters working together.

Yellow Single/Video

The Doc's daughters produced a stunning new single & video Yellow, from ROY G BIV, with Sidney as Director & Riley as singer/songwriter.

Welcome Sidney!

New Booking, Sales, PR & Marketing Director Doc's daughter Sidney Cullinan brings communications & production expertise to the team.

Welcome Elizabeth!

New Business, Website, Production & Studio Manager Elizabeth Anaya joins the team as the Doc's former college Recording Arts student.


Doctor Noize produced the first album of an artist near and dear to his heart: his Harvard-bound daughter Riley Max’s song cycle ROY G BIV.

  • Candace LiVolsi

    You are BRILLIANT!!

  • Santosh Khalsa

    Omg “Punctuate This!” is SO FUN!!! We got the comma, we got the semi-colon…. LOLOLOL this made me giggle. Love the 50s and 60’s blues/rocknroll. This is absolutely tickled me! I love everything about this album. Wonderful wonderful work!!

  • Sharon

    I just wanted to pass on something my friend Cheryl (bassoonist) told me.  She is a teacher at one of the elementary schools. When she got back to school on Friday, she was mobbed by kids asking if she could get them your autograph.  They loved you!  Thanks again for coming and sharing your love and enthusiasm for music with kids.  It was very fun playing and hanging with you. 🙂

Cheesy but true: One of my favorite moments of a great fun show is that quiet moment after everyone has left and I’m just packing up. The work is done, an experience for adults and kids to sing and dance together was made and I had the fun of being at the center of it, the sound guys and their big PA just pulled off with their truck, and I’m the last one here because I stay as long as kids and parents wanna talk music or buy CDs and books before I start the 30-45 minute process of packing my live show rig into the car. The calm after the joy storm is a satisfying place to be. Have a great weekend everyone. ... See MoreSee Less
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