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Today, Lichfield Garrick, 01543 412121 MUSIC Michael McDonald The five-time Grammy Award winner, and formerly of The Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan, recently released his first new album in nine years, and his first set of original songs in 17 years.
NICOLETTE LARSON: ALL DRESSED UP & NO PLACE TO GO (BEAT GOES ON) Born on July 17, 1952 in Helena, Montana, and raised in Kansas City, Nicolette Larson moved to San Francisco in 1974 and became a much sought after session singer for the likes of Linda Ronstadt, Van Halen, Emmy Lou Harris, Graham Nash, The Doobie Brothers and Neil Young.
Since the first concert played at Autzen in 1970 (about 4,500 people saw rock group The Chambers Brothers and Los Angeles band Roxy), many musical acts have entertained Eugene audiences, including the Doobie Brothers, Heart and Sammy Hagar.
Michael McDonald found fame with two of the most dazzling bands of the 1970s, Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers.
Turns out you can't rent VHS tapes any more - and the Doobie Brothers were NEVER cool.
A Our set is heavily influenced by artists such as Pink Floyd, Thin Lizzy, Hendrix, The Doobie Brothers and many more.
Doobie Brothers founding member and guitarist wrote the Foreword for "Postcards from the Highway of Life" and the book has received glowing early reviews:
I'm so fortunate to have gotten out of (the music business) when I got out of it because there's no fun anymore," says Smith, whose Warners run included the signing of Van Morrison, Black Sabbath, America, Alice Cooper and the Doobie Brothers.
Cooper, right, looms large, along with Don Felder of The Eagles, Peter Frampton (not actually American), Todd Rundgren and a wealth of clips showcasing the decade's diversity from The Doobie Brothers to The Ramones.
No stranger to gadgets, the Top Gear veteran penned an article in 2005 about coming to terms with the brave new world of the iPod, how car manufacturers were adapting to the mp3 revolution, and a strange obsession with the Doobie brothers.
1 Which drummer who played with the Doobie Brothers, died of cancer aged 65 in March 2012?