Origin: United States
Genres: Pop, Rock
Spawned from the late 1960s California music scene, The Doobie Brothers are one of the most popular American pop/rock bands of the 1970s, with instantly recognizable hits like Listen to the Music or Long Train Runnin'. With over 30 million albums sold worldwide, the band has accumulated a multitude of Grammies and various awards - including a rarely awarded Diamond record - and was inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2004. A versatile group, easily blending in blues, jazz or country influences, the Doobie Brothers have kept themselves busy since their 1970s heyday, scoring a Top 10 hit in 1989 with The Doctor. The band released the live double set Rockin' Down the Highway in 1996 and has never stopped playing to sold out crowds worldwide.
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