The Doobie Brothers rock The Grand April 21.
Tickets are reasonable, ranging from $51-83. That’s a pittance for the band that sold more than 30 million albums in its 40-year tenure. Grounded by actual musicianship (read: talent, not a bunch of junk produced on a Mac), the Doobie Brothers lay claim to myriad and melodic hits (read: songs with actual melodies), including “Listen to the Music,” “Long Train Runnin’,” “China Grove” and “Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me).” The Doobies’ “Black Water” was the No. 1 hit single of 1974.
Founding members Tom Johnston and Pat Simmons, as well as vets John McFee and Michael Hossack take the stage. The show should bring back memories of the good ol’ days. Some of us were lucky enough to listen to the music—while the band was making it.
The Doobies have an interesting story. Check the official website.
Extra info: (From The Grand’s Website)Tickets can also be purchased as part of a MyChoice series package. MyChoice benefits include $3 off each regular adult-priced ticket with the purchase of 3, 4 or 5 shows and $5 off per regular adult-priced ticket with the purchase of 6 or more shows, as well as ticket exchange privileges, free parking vouchers, lost ticket insurance, The Grand’s Stage Door Pass, and more.
Both single tickets and MyChoice series packages can be purchased online at TicketsAtTheGrand.org, or by calling 652-5577, or visiting The Grand’s Box Office at 818 N. Market St., Wilmington.