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"As durable as American steel" - That's the phrase that is used often to describe the Northern California band, the Doobie Brothers. With timeless hits like "Black Water" and "China Grove," the Doobie Brothers remain a staple of American music culture from being covered on American Idol to serving as a fixture on classic rock and Top 40 radio stations. Today, after over four decades in the music business, the Doobie Brothers continue to pen and record new music while touring the planet.

Supported by one of the most dedicated group of fans in music, the Doobie Brothers are now embarking on a new journey, setting their sights on what the band describes as "their musical connection with Nashville."

"We have entered a territory that we never imagined for ourselves, as far as being a part of the cultural landscape. It's kind of odd when you see your songs in television commercials and hear yourself as background music in a commercial business, but it's cool. I hear B.B. King in the same places. We're in good company," said Pat Simmons, guitarist/singer/songwriter.

The inimitable band peddles everything from blues to bluegrass to R&B to country.

Treat yourself to a night of pure talent by catching the classics of the Doobie Brothers at high-profile venues like: Harvey's Outdoor Amphitheatre At Lake Tahoe; USANA Amphitheatre in West Valley City, Utah; Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre in Englewood, Colorado; Pinewood Bowl Theater in Lincoln, Nebraska; Freedom Hill Amphitheatre in Sterling Heights, Michigan; Silver Creek Event Center at Four Winds in New Buffalo, Michigan; Hoosier Park Racing and Casino in Anderson, Indiana; Fulton County Fairground in Wauseon, Ohio; College Park Center in Arlington, Texas; Club Regent Casnio in Winnipeg, Manitoba; Enmax Centrium in Red Deer, Alberta; The CN Centre in Prince George, British Columbia; Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre in Abbotsford, British Columbia; Casino Rama in Rama, Ontario; and more! To stay on top of the Doobie Brothers' complete concert schedule, sign up for event updates right here through StubHub. It's that simple!


Doobie Brothers Background

The Doobie Brothers were established in 1969 by Dave Shogren, Pat Simmons, John Hartman and Tom Johnston. The addition of the husky, distinctive voice of Michael McDonald as frontman only boosted the band's commercial success. During the '70s, it was impossible to flip on the radio without hearing one of the Doobie Brothers' infectious tunes. As the years crept by, the Doobies evolved - both in musical formats and in their lineup. Johnston and Simmons continue to lead the group. Multi-instrumentalist John McFee is also part of the band's lineup, who has known the guys since 1978.

Simmons said, "The sound of the band is the same. Tom and I are still involved in writing the songs and arranging. It brings the sound of the early '70s back to the forefront. Tommy and I now have been working together longer than any other time the band has been in existence, steadily working every year, touring."

Johnston added, "We're basically an American band - we cover a lot of areas. We cover blues, R&B, country, bluegrass, rock 'n' roll. It's based on rhythms, rhythm structures, picking and harmonies. That's been the signature of the band."

While the Doobie Brothers continue to extract their sound from past influences, their music has consistently been embroiled in the present. A good example of this philosophy is their hit, "Listen to the Music." The song came out during the Vietnam War. Johnston said, "'Listen to the Music' was written thinking, 'Wouldn't it be great if world leaders could get together and, if they could communicate through music, as opposed to words, they might be able to find some sort of a bridge to get through our disagreements?"

This approach still drives their hits today, as reflected in the single, "Far From Home." These days, the band has opened a new chapter in Nashville. A fresh, country-based Doobie Brothers have taken on new projects like CMT Crossroads and have taken the stage for their first time ever at the Grand Ole Opry.


Doobie Brothers Albums

The Doobie Brothers are responsible for giving the world catchy No. 1 tracks like "Black Water" (1974) and "What a Fool Believes" (1979). Their repertoire also brims with unforgettable tunes like "Long Train Runnin,'" "Take Me In Your Arms," "Minute by Minute," "The Doctor," "Rockin' Down the Highway," "China Grove" and more. At the end of the day, the Doobies have yielded 16 Top 40 hits and five Top 10 songs. They are also credited with a number of studio albums, which include: The Doobie Brothers (1971); Toulouse Street (1972); The Captain and Me (1973); What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits (1974); Stampede (1975); Takin' It to the Streets (1976); Livin' on the Fault Line (1977); Minute by Minute (1978); One Step Closer (1980); Cycles (1989); Brotherhood (1991); Sibling Rivalry (2000); and World Gone Crazy (2010).


Doobie Brothers Trivia

The Doobie Brothers were inducted into The Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2004.


Doobie Brothers Concert Experience

Years and years of exhaustive tour schedules have garnered the Doobie Brothers rave reviews and the respect of critics, and the devotion of countless fans, who transcend generations. "We have a hardcore fan base that has handed our music down through the years to their children and their children's children. Repeatedly, people go to our concerts and come up to us and say, 'My dad turned me on to you guys years ago, and I've loved you guys all this time, and my kids are listening to you now,'" Doobie Brothers member explained.

With a string of hit singles like "Rockin' Down the Highway" and "China Grove," the Doobie Brothers have claimed several platinum and gold albums. Spanning decades, the Doobie Brothers' tunes thread perfectly into the American music fabric. They have rocked sold-out stadiums and arenas across the country, and you can still hear the Doobie Brothers on classic rock stations everywhere and catch them on tour today. Now is your opportunity to see this storied band come to life on stage. Pick up your tickets today through StubHub so you don't ever have to miss a beat!

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