Pearl Jam covered the Doobie Brothers hit "Takin' It to the Streets" during their stop at Madison Square Garden last night, all in the name of frontman Eddie Vedder saying happy birthday to an old friend.
The Doobie Brothers have played to countless crowds over the years, but one of their most memorable gigs got its start on Jan. 28, 1978, when the band tried to do a nice thing for some high school students and ended up being bootlegged by a kid wearing a trench coat and a beret.
The Doobie Brothers, with five-time Grammy winner Michael McDonald returning to the fold, will team up with some of country music's biggest stars to re-record some of their biggest hits. The album will be released on an as-yet undetermined date in 2014.
Fresh off a celebrated sideman stint on the star-packed CBS special 'The Beatles: The Night That Changed America,' Peter Frampton will hit the road for a series of summer dates with some other big names.
The Doobie Brothers have enjoyed more than four decades of hit records and world tours, and now the group will chronicle their musical adventures in a new documentary. 'Let the Music Play' is slated for release on DVD, Blu-ray and digital video on Nov. 13 via Eagle Rock Entertainment.
For the fifth time in their careers, Chicago and the Doobie Brothers will tour together. The two classic rock bands will be on the road playing mostly sheds and amphitheaters for 25 dates across the country between July 11 and August 26. Chicago are the headliners, but the show promises to have both…