Who Won the 1980
Grammys Song Of The Year

Doobie Brothers

("What A Fool Believes")

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1980 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Doobie Brothers News

Ten Years Of Playing For Change: A Conversation with The Doobie Brothers' Tom Johnston, Plus a Chat with Bradley ...

HuffPost
MR: With regards to The Doobie Brothers, the other night I brought out No Nukes and listened to it top to bottom. The Doobies have been socially conscious and active for decades. Was it around No Nukes that everybody came to the realization there was a ...

1980 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Doobie Brothers News

Popular Music: Roger Waters: Us + Them, The Doobie Brothers, Grog Shop's 25th Anniversary

Akron Beacon Journal
2017 Dinner Concert presents The Martins — doors open 5:30 p.m. Thursday, $48. The Hartville Kitchen, http://www.hartvillekitchen.com. ZZ Ward — doors open 7 p.m. Thursday, $20 in advance, $28 day of show. House of Blues Cleveland, ...

1980 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Doobie Brothers News

Former Doobie Brother Michael McDonald and His Honky-Tonk Piano

Wall Street Journal (subscription)
Michael McDonald, 65, is a Grammy-winning singer-songwriter who was lead singer of the Doobie Brothers and wrote “Takin' It to the Streets,” “What a Fool Believes” and “This Is It.” His latest solo album is “Wide Open” (BMG Soundstage). He spoke with ...

1980 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Doobie Brothers News

Brad Paisley, Doobie Brothers, Aaron Lewis: Also Playing

cleveland.com
Doobie Brothers, 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22, Hard Rock Rocksino. The list of bands not in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame but deserve to be is a lengthy one, and one that includes the guys responsible for "China Grove'' and "Black Water.'' Those two songs ...

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