August 3 Sunday, 6:30 PM Boston & The Doobie Brothers
Harveys Outdoor Amphitheatre - Stateline, NV
August 27 Wednesday, 6:00 PM The Doobie Brothers - wsg John Waite
Freedom Hill Amphitheatre - Sterling Heights, MI
August 29 Friday, 9:00 PM The Doobie Brothers
Silver Creek Event Center - Four Winds New Buffalo - New Buffalo, MI
August 30 Saturday, 8:30 PM Doobie Brothers
Hoosier Park Racing and Casino - Anderson, IN
October 31 Friday, 9:00 PM The Doobie Brothers
Casino Rama - Orillia, ON


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The Doobie Brothers are an American band known to play bluesy country-rock music and jazz-incorporated pop hits with lush vocal harmonies. Drummer John Hartman and guitarist, singer, song-writer Tom Johnston form the nucleus of the Doobie Brothers, securing the rest of the band members by 1... More

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The Doobie Brothers are an American band known to play bluesy country-rock music and jazz-incorporated pop hits with lush vocal harmonies. Drummer John Hartman and guitarist, singer, song-writer Tom Johnston form the nucleus of the Doobie Brothers, securing the rest of the band members by 1970 with the concrete addition of Pat Simmons. Through local live performances the band picked up a steady following and released their self-titled debut album, which failed at the charts.

It was their second album Toulouse Street that led to breakout success, with the classic rock staples, “Listen to the Music” and “Jesus is Just Alright” and the addition of second drummer Michael Hossack and bass guitarist Tiran Porter. With the release of What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits (1974) the Doobie Brothers got their first no. 1 single with “Black Water”, which earned the album a multi-platinum status. Having released seven albums, the band’s career took way with the unexpected success of their 1978 album Minute by Minute, which had hits dominating the radio intermittently for two years. After releasing the live album Farewell Tour in 1983, the band went on a five year hiatus and reformed and toured continuously throughout the early 90’s.

The Doobie Brothers are currently co-headlining a tour with Chicago that begins June 15th and extends through October 2nd with most of its lineup matching that from the early 70’s. Though the band has not produced an album since 2000, they will be sure to play all the classics they have racked up under their belt. The tour stops in Boston at the Bank of America Pavilion July 6th.