The Doobie Brothers with Michael McDonald are back on the road. The band is playing a nearly 30-song setlist that dip liberally into all eras of the band's incredible 50-year-career.
In addition to such favorites as “China Grove,” “What A Fool Believes,” “Long Train' Runnin,” “Black Water,” “Takin It To The Streets,” and “Listen To The Music” — the Doobies are diving deep into their catalogue, tackling such fan favorites as “Neal's Fandango,” “South City Midnight Lady,” “Wheels Of Fortune,” “Ukiah,” “Clear As The Driven Snow,” “Sweet Maxine” — and opening the show with 1971's “Nobody” — the first song on the band's self-titled debut album
Michael McDonald told The Associated Press, “It’s really more like just old friends. It’s been that way for quite a while. . . It’s a crapshoot, really, whether we’ll make it to the end of this or not, but I hope we do. The main thing I think is if we start to see that anything that we’re doing has a potential of being a super-spreader. I don’t think any of us are worried so much about getting sick ourselves. We’re all vaccinated. But if we test positive, that means all the people in our workplace are being exposed.”