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The Doobie Brothers are an American rock band, best known for hits like "Black Water" and "What a Fool Believes." They were founded by Tom Johnston and John Hartman. They sold millions of records throughout the 1970s. The band's 1972 album, Toulouse Street, brought success with hit singles, "Listen To The Music" and "Jesus Is Just Alright."

The band released their thirteenth studio album, World Gone Crazy, in 2010, their first in ten years. has supplied preferred seating and difficult to obtain tickets for all Sports, Theater, and Concert events worldwide for 25 years.

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A string of hits followed this breakthrough, including "Long Train Runnin'", "China Grove" (from the 1973 album The Captain and Me) and "Black Water" (from 1974's What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits) became the band's first #1 single. These early singles from The Doobie Brothers have become modern rock staples, having earned perennial airplay among today's Classic Rock radio stations.

The Doobie Brothers' career peaked with the success of their 1978 album Minute by Minute. It spent five weeks at the top of the music charts. Michael McDonald's song "What a Fool Believes" was the band's second #1 single and earned the songwriting duo a Grammy Award for Record of the Year. The breezy title song received the Grammy for Pop Vocal Performance by a Group and the album was honored with an Album of the Year nod. Among the other memorable songs on the album were "Dependin' On You", "Steamer Lane Breakdown" and "How Will the Fools Survive".

The Doobie Brothers have collaborated with many artists over the years including members of Steely Dan, Carly Simon and Kenny Loggins to name a few.

The current version of The Doobie Brothers (co-founders Tom Johnston and Pat Simmons and veteran stalwarts Michael Hossack and John McFee, ably supported by Skylark on bass, Ed Toth on drums, Marc Russo on saxophone and Guy Allison on keyboards), continues to tour and remains a popular concert draw. In addition to undiminished performance skills (never augmented or sweetened with prerecorded backing tapes), The Doobie Brothers are well known for their philanthropy and willingness to mingle with young and old fans. They have maintained a continuous and active presence on the Internet through their official website since 1997. When not addressing The Doobie Brothers' business affairs as he has done for over 35 years, manager Cohn produces award-winning wines and olive oils at the B. R. Cohn Winery in Glen Ellen, California. His tasting room is adorned with gold and platinum records.