Doobie Brothers
Formed 1970
San Jose, California

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

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

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

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.

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

1974 in Nashville:
I first saw the
Doobie Brothers at the
Municipal Auditorum
Southern Rock Pictures

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Website by  Pat Adams
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)
*  Mud Island Amphitheater *
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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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