Do you like Doobie Brothers tickets? Of course you do! “Black Water”, “China Grove”, “Listen to the Music”, and “What a Fool Believes” are only a few of the hits in the multi-platinum discography of the Doobie Brothers. Selling over 80 million albums worldwide, and basically living on the radio for over three decades, fewer bands are more well-known or loved than the Doobie Brothers.
After blazing the nation in 2010 with a classic set of concerts alongside Chicago, the Doobie Brothers will seize 2011 with a rare small-venue tour. Order your Doobie Brothers tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!
Though the Doobie Brothers have been through a carousel of lineup changes over the years, they still remain one of the most technically impressive bands on the planet. The Doobie Brothers formed in the late 1960s as parts of various bands came together in the legendary 1960s California music scene. Getting their start playing for biker gangs in the wilds of California, the Doobie Brothers toyed with different sounds and looks before settling on their classic rock’n’roll.
Though 1971 debut The Doobie Brothers failed to make an impact, second album Toulouse Street would win over millions of fans and critics. Doobie Brothers songs “Listen to the Music” and “Jesus is Alright” were not only hits of the time but remain radio classics to this day. Following album The Captain and Me would dwarf the success of Toulouse Street thanks to an evolving sound and singles such as the signature “China Grove”. Doobie Brothers tickets would be hot sellers in the 1970s as well.
As the decade rolled on, the Doobie Brothers landed their first No. 1 hit with “Black Water”. The Doobie Brothers fame was not limited to the United States however as a growing fanbase across the Atlantic and north of the border ate up Doobie Brothers albums including What Were Once Vices and Habits. The Doobie Brothers ended the decade on top thanks to 1979 album Minute by Minute and single “What a Fool Believes” bringing home Grammy Awards.
Personal conflicts from within the Doobie Brothers slowed the band down and broke it up several times, but the Doobie Brothers have always reformed. Though 2000’s Sibling Rivalry was the last Doobie Brothers album released, the band has ruled the charts with many live and greatest hits albums. After a stunning 2009 road trip featuring the Dead and the Allman Brothers, the Doobie Brothers joined Classic Rock masters Chicago on a 2010 concert tour. With a tour hitting small and intimate venues in 2011, be there for every sonic masterwork live when you order your Doobie Brothers tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!