Doobie Brothers
Formed 1970
San Jose, California

Band Members:
(Pictured)
Tom Johnston
John Hartman
Patrick Simmons
Tiran Porter
Michael Hossack
Plus new member:
Bobby Lakind
1945-1992
(a former Doobie
Brothers lighting man)

Other Members:
(not pictured)
Dave Shogren
Keith Knudsen
Jeff "Skunk" Baxter
John McFee
Chet McCracken
Cornelius Bumpus

Plus:
Michael McDonald
(songs with
Michael McDonald,
not pictured)
Takin It To The Streets
Take Me In Your Arms
Minute By Minute
What A Fool Believes

Hit Songs:
China Grove
Long Train Runnin'
Black Water
Jesus Is Just Alright
Another Park,
Another Sunday
Without You
Rockin' Down  
The Highway
South City Midnight Lady
Without You
The Doctor

Biography:
As one of the most
popular Californian
pop/rock bands
of the 70's, the
Doobie Brothers
evolved from a mellow,
post hippie boogie
band, to a slick soul
infected pop bands,
by the end of the
decade. Along the
way, the group rocked
up a string of Gold &
Platinum albums in the
U.S., along with a
number of radio hits.

Accomplishments:
The Doobie Brothers
released a total of
15 albums.
They have earned
13 RIAA gold,
and 11 multiplatinum
sales awards,
and have performed
around the world for
more than 35 million
people.

1974 in Nashville:
I first saw the
Doobie Brothers at the
Municipal Auditorum
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The Doobie Brothers
June 21, 1989: Memphis Tennessee
Pictures were taken at the Memphis area Mud Island Amphitheater
on June 21, 1989 (ticket stub below from Starwood, the night before)
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The Doobie Brothers perform their first hit in quite some time,
called "
The Doctor" from the album "Cycles"
Original Doobie Brothers singer/songwriter Tom Johnston
Pictures by Becky Lancaster
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