Doobie Brothers Perform Socially Distant Version of ‘Listen to the Music’
The Doobie Brothers may have to wait a little longer to get into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and their 50th Anniversary tour may stretch well into 2021 with rescheduled tour dates, but that hasn’t stopped them from releasing socially distant versions of their biggest hits for fans to enjoy.
The group– Tom Johnston, Patrick Simmons, John McFee and John Cowan–recorded light and breezy version of the classic 1972 hit, “Listen to the Music,” with a message asking for donations to Feeding America.
“We’re all in our houses,” Johnston assured. “I hope you guys are all doing well with this situation with social distancing and the Covid virus.”
The Doobie Brothers’ take on “Listen to the Music” follows a virtual performance of “Black Water,” which they shared back in April.