Why See Chicago and the Doobie Brothers?
The veteran rocks once again team up in concert!
Again gearing up for yet another mammoth cross-country tour this summer, newly inducted Rock and Roll Hall of Farmers Chicago team up again with fellow rockers The Doobie Brothers! First touring together to popular acclaim in 2010, the friends and veteran bands are in huge demand, following the recent 50th anniversary of the former. The self-proclaimed 'Rock & Roll band with horns' produced hit after hit in the 70s and 80s, including the iconic ballad If You Leave Me Now, as well as Baby, What A Big Surprise and Old Days. Their blend of soft rock, jazz and pop saw them shift over 100 million records worldwide, and they stand as second only to The Beach Boys in the list of Billboard's best charting American bands.
The Doobie Brothers in turn have sold more than a staggering 48 million albums, winning four Grammy Awards in the process. Their biggest hits include Black Water and What a Fool Believes, both winning gold certification during the 1970s. The joint tour kicks off this June, hitting Blue Hills Bank Pavilion in Boston, MA, July 26, 2017
Performance date: 26 July 2017
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