The Doobie Brothers have played to countless crowds over the years, but one of their most memorable gigs got its start on Jan. 28, 1978, when the band tried to do a nice thing for some high school students and ended up being bootlegged by a kid wearing a trench coat and a beret.
The Doobie Brothers
'What a Fool Believes,' in its original 1979 hitmaking form for the Michael McDonald-led Doobie Brothers, told the sad tale of someone who thinks he can rekindle a long-lost love.
The Doobie Brothers aren't finished working with big-name guest artists.
The early '70s saw the Doobie Brothers breaking through to the mainstream with a series of hit albums.
The Doobie Brothers couldn't have timed the release of 'Southbound' any better.
As the November release date looms for 'Southbound,' an album pairing the Doobie Brothers with some of today's biggest country stars, the question of how their music continues to resonate across generations was bound to come up.
"To get to record and to do things with the legends, and with the people that are your musical heroes, that's the biggest honor as an artist."
The first song from 'Southbound,' the Doobie Brothers' all-star album of their own classic cuts re-recorded with country artists, is now available.
Patrick Simmons and his wife will ride vintage Harleys in a 4,100-mile cross country ride to raise money for cancer.
The Doobie Brothers have revealed the artists that will be appearing on 'Southbound,' a country-music tribute album.