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As one of the most popular Californian pop/rock bands of the '70s, the Doobie Brothers evolved from a mellow, post-hippie boogie band to a slick, soul-inflected pop band by the end of the decade. Along the way, the group racked up a string of gold and platinum albums in the U.S., along with a number of radio hits like "Listen to the Music," "Black Water," and "China Grove."

The roots of the Doobie Brothers lie in Pud, a short-lived Californian country-rock band in the vein of Moby Grape featuring guitarist/vocalist Tom Johnston and drummer John Hartman. After Pud collapsed in 1969, the pair began jamming with bassist Dave Shogren and guitarist Patrick Simmons. Eventually, the quartet decided to form a group, naming themselves the Doobie Brothers after a slang term for marijuana. Soon, the Doobies earned a strong following throughout Southern California, especially among Hell's Angels, and they were signed to Warner Bros. in 1970. The band's eponymous debut was ignored upon its 1971 release. Following its release, Shogren was replaced by Tiran Porter and the group added a second drummer, Michael Hossack, for 1972's Toulouse Street. Driven by the singles "Listen to the Music" and "Jesus Is Just Alright," Toulouse Street became the group's breakthrough. The Captain and Me (1973) was even more successful, spawning the Top Ten hit "Long Train Runnin'" and "China Grove."


Keith Knudsen replaced Hossack as the group's second drummer for 1974's What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits, which launched their first number one single, "Black Water," and featured heavy contributions from former Steely Dan member Jeff "Skunk" Baxter. Baxter officially joined the Doobie Brothers for 1975's Stampede. Prior to the album's spring release, Johnston was hospitalized with a stomach ailment and was replaced for the supporting tour by keyboardist/vocalist Michael McDonald, who had also worked with Steely Dan. Although it peaked at number four, Stampede wasn't as commercially successful as its three predecessors, and the group decided to let McDonald and Baxter, who were now official Doobies, revamp the band's light country-rock and boogie.

The new sound was showcased on 1976's Takin' It to the Streets, a collection of light funk and jazzy pop that resulted in a platinum album. Later that year, the group released the hits compilation The Best of the Doobies. In 1977, the group released Livin' on the Fault Line, which was successful without producing any big hits. Johnston left the band after the album's release to pursue an unsuccessful solo career. Following his departure, the Doobies released their most successful album, Minute by Minute (1978), which spent five weeks at number one on the strength of the number one single "What a Fool Believes." Hartman and Baxter left the group after the album's supporting tour, leaving the Doobie Brothers as McDonald's backing band.

Following a year of audition, the Doobies hired ex-Clover guitarist John McFee, session drummer Chet McCracken, and former Moby Grape saxophonist Cornelius Bumpus and released One Step Closer (1980), a platinum album that produced the Top Ten hit "Real Love." During the tour for One Step Closer, McCracken was replaced by Andy Newmark. Early in 1982, the Doobie Brothers announced they were breaking up after a farewell tour, which was documented on the 1983 live album Farewell Tour. After the band's split, McDonald pursued a successful solo career, while Simmons released one unsuccessful solo record. In 1987, the Doobies reunited for a concert at the Hollywood Bowl, which quickly became a brief reunion tour; McDonald declined to participate in the tour.

By 1989, the early-'70s lineup of Johnston, Simmons, Hartman, Porter, and Hossack, augmented by percussionist and former Doobies roadie Bobby LaKind, had signed a contract with Capitol Records. Their reunion album, Cycles, went gold upon its summer release in 1989, spawning the Top Ten hit "The Doctor." Brotherhood followed two years later, but it failed to generate much interest. For the remainder of the '90s, the group toured the U.S., playing the oldies circuit and '70s revival concerts. By 1995, McDonald had joined the group again, and the following year saw the release of Rockin' Down the Highway. But the lineup had once again shifted by the turn of the new millennium. 2000 saw the band — Hossack, Johnston, Knudsen, McFee, and Simmons — issue Sibling Rivalry, which featured touring members Guy Allison on keyboards, Marc Russo on saxophone, and Skylark on bass.

The Doobie Brothers band members (by year)

1970–1971
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • Dave Shogren – bass, guitar, backing vocals
  • John Hartman – drums, percussion, backing vocals
1971–1972
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • Dave Shogren – bass, guitar, backing vocals
  • Michael Hossack – drums, percussion
  • John Hartman – drums, percussion, backing vocals
1972–1973
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • Tiran Porter – bass, guitar, vocals
  • Michael Hossack – drums, percussion
  • John Hartman – drums, percussion, backing vocals
1973–1974
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • Tiran Porter – bass, guitar, vocals
  • Keith Knudsen – drums, percussion, vocals
  • John Hartman – drums, percussion, backing vocals
1974–1975
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • Jeff "Skunk" Baxter – guitars, backing vocals
  • Tiran Porter – bass, guitar, vocals
  • Keith Knudsen – drums, percussion, vocals
  • John Hartman – drums, percussion, backing vocals
1975–1977
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals (missed most of 1975 tour and the fall 1976 tour)
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • Jeff "Skunk" Baxter – guitars, backing vocals
  • Tiran Porter – bass, guitar, vocals
  • Michael McDonald – keyboards, synthesizers, vocals
  • Keith Knudsen – drums, percussion, vocals
  • John Hartman – drums, percussion, backing vocals
1977–1979
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • Jeff "Skunk" Baxter – guitars, backing vocals
  • Tiran Porter – bass, guitar, vocals
  • Michael McDonald – keyboards, synthesizers, vocals
  • Keith Knudsen – drums, percussion, vocals
  • John Hartman – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Bobby LaKind – percussion, vocals
1979–1980
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • John McFee – guitars, violin, vocals
  • Tiran Porter – bass, guitar, vocals
  • Michael McDonald – keyboards, synthesizers, vocals
  • Keith Knudsen – drums, percussion, vocals
  • Chet McCracken – drums, percussion
  • Cornelius Bumpus – saxophone, flute, keyboards, vocals
1980–1982
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • John McFee – guitars, violin, vocals
  • Willie Weeks – bass, backing vocals
  • Michael McDonald – keyboards, synthesizers, vocals
  • Keith Knudsen – drums, percussion, vocals
  • Chet McCracken – drums, percussion
  • Bobby LaKind – percussion, vocals
  • Joel Patrick Baker – bass, tuba, backing vocals, standup bass
  • Michael "Oz" Owen – drums, percussion, timpani, very backup vocals
1982–1987

Disbanded

1987
(plus October 1992)
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • Jeff "Skunk" Baxter – guitars, backing vocals
  • John McFee – guitars, violin, vocals
  • Tiran Porter – bass, guitar, vocals
  • Michael McDonald – keyboards, synthesizers, vocals
  • Keith Knudsen – drums, percussion, vocals
  • Michael Hossack – drums, percussion
  • John Hartman – drums, percussion. backing vocals
  • Chet McCracken – drums, percussion
  • Bobby LaKind – percussion, vocals
  • Cornelius Bumpus – saxophone, flute, keyboards, vocals
1988–1989
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • Tiran Porter – bass, guitar, vocals
  • Michael Hossack – drums, percussion
  • John Hartman – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Bobby LaKind – percussion, vocals
  • Dale Ockerman – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
1989–1990
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • Tiran Porter – bass, guitar, vocals
  • Michael Hossack – drums, percussion
  • John Hartman – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Dale Ockerman – keyboards, guitar, vocals
  • Jimi Fox – percussion, backing vocals
  • Richard Bryant – percussion, vocals
  • Cornelius Bumpus – saxophone, keyboards, flute, vocals
1990–1991
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • Tiran Porter – bass, guitar, vocals
  • Michael Hossack – drums, percussion
  • John Hartman – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Dale Ockerman – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • Jimi Fox – percussion, backing vocals
  • Richard Bryant – percussion, vocals
1991–1992
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • Tiran Porter – bass, guitar, vocals
  • Michael Hossack – drums, percussion
  • John Hartman – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Dale Ockerman – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
1993
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • John McFee – guitars, violin, vocals
  • Willie Weeks – bass, backing vocals
  • Michael Hossack – drums, percussion
  • Keith Knudsen – drums, percussion, vocals
  • Dale Ockerman – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • Cornelius Bumpus – saxophone, flute, keyboards, vocals
1993–1995
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • John McFee – guitars, violin, vocals
  • Michael Hossack – drums, percussion
  • Keith Knudsen – drums, percussion, vocals
  • John Cowan – bass, backing vocals
  • Dale Ockerman – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • Danny Hull – saxophone, harmonica, keyboards, backing vocals
1995
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • Michael McDonald – keyboards, synthesizers, vocals
  • Bernie Chiravalle – guitar, backing vocals
  • Chet McCracken – drums, percussion
  • Keith Knudsen – drums, percussion, vocals
  • Skylark – bass, vocals
  • Dale Ockerman – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • Cornelius Bumpus – saxophone, flute, keyboards, vocals
1996–1998
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • John McFee – guitars, violin, vocals
  • Michael Hossack – drums, percussion
  • Keith Knudsen – drums, percussion, vocals
  • Michael McDonald – keyboards, synthesizers, vocals (special guest for Rockin’ Down the Highway: The Wildlife Concert)
  • Skylark – bass, vocals
  • Danny Hull – saxophone, harmonica, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Guy Allison – keyboards, backing vocals
1998–2001
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • John McFee – guitars, violin, vocals
  • Michael Hossack – drums, percussion
  • Keith Knudsen – drums, percussion, vocals
  • Skylark – bass, vocals
  • Guy Allison – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Marc Russo – saxophone
2001–2002
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • John McFee – guitars, violin, vocals
  • Keith Knudsen – drums, percussion, vocals
  • Skylark – bass, vocals
  • Guy Allison – keyboards, backing vocals
  • M. B. Gordy – drums, percussion
  • Marc Russo – saxophone
2002
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • John McFee – guitars, violin, vocals
  • Michael Hossack – drums, percussion
  • Keith Knudsen – drums, percussion, vocals
  • Skylark – bass, vocals
  • Guy Allison – keyboards, backing vocals
  • M. B. Gordy – drums, percussion
  • Ed Wynne – saxophone
2002–2005
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • John McFee – guitars, violin, vocals
  • Michael Hossack – drums, percussion
  • Keith Knudsen – drums, percussion, vocals
  • Skylark – bass, vocals
  • Guy Allison – keyboards, backing vocals
  • M. B. Gordy – drums, percussion
  • Marc Russo – saxophone
2005–2010
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • John McFee – guitars, violin, vocals
  • Michael Hossack – drums, percussion
  • Michael McDonald – keyboards, synthesizers, vocals (special guest in 2006 only)
  • Skylark – bass, vocals
  • Guy Allison – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Ed Toth – drums, percussion
  • Marc Russo – saxophone
2010–2012
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • John McFee – guitars, violin, vocals
  • John Cowan – bass, backing vocals
  • Guy Allison – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Michael Hossack – drums (died March 12, 2012)
  • Tony Pia – drums, percussion
  • Marc Russo – saxophones
  • Ed Toth – drums
2012–present
  • Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
  • John McFee – guitars, harmonica, dobro, pedal steel, violin, vocals
  • John Cowan – bass, vocals
  • Guy Allison – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Marc Russo – saxophones
  • Ed Toth – drums
  • Tony Pia – drums, percussion

Albums by Doobie Brothers in our playlist:

Brotherhood
Doobie Brothers
Cycles
Doobie Brothers
Minute By Minute
Doobie Brothers
One Step Closer
Doobie Brothers
Sibling Rivalry
Doobie Brothers
Stampede
Doobie Brothers
The Captain and Me
Doobie Brothers
Toulouse Street
Doobie Brothers
World Gone Crazy
Doobie Brothers

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