Sara Evans and Others Team Up to Celebrate the Doobie Brothers in New November 4th Release

Sara Evans is joining in the celebration of four-time GRAMMY® winning band The Doobie Brothers with the November 4 release of Southbound.  Some of country’s biggest stars join The Doobie Brothers with Michael McDonald for all-new recordings of the band’s classic hits.  As durable as American steel, Northern California’s four-time GRAMMY winning Doobie Brothers have become part of America’s musical firmament.  The Doobies have rung up a glittering track record that would be the envy of any band.  Beginning with their multi-million-selling sophomore collection Toulouse Street, the Doobies have 3 multi-platinum, 7 platinum and 14 gold albums.  Their Best of the Doobies has sold more than 11 million copies – a rare “diamond record.”  To date, the band’s propulsive, roots-based, harmony-laden, guitar-driven style has sold more than 40 million albums.

Joining The Doobie Brothers on these new recordings, the guest artists and a complete track listing are as follows:

“What a Fool Believes” with Sara Evans

“Black Water” with Zac Brown Band

“China Grove” with Chris Young

“Jesus Is Just Alright” with Casey James

“Listen to the Music” with Blake Shelton with Hunter Hayes on guitar

“Long Train Runnin’” with Toby Keith

“Nobody” with Charlie Worsham

“Rockin’ Down the Highway” with Brad Paisley

“South City Midnight Lady” with Jerrod Niemann

“Take Me in Your Arms (Rock Me a Little While)” with Tyler Farr

“Takin’ It to the Streets” with Love and Theft

“You Belong to Me” with Amanda Sudano Ramirez of the band Johnnyswim with Vince Gill on guitar

 The album is currently available for pre-order here: http://smarturl.it/amzsouthbound.

 In choosing the album title, The Doobie Brothers’ Tom Johnston remarked, “Southbound seemed like the perfect name of this collaboration project with all these dynamic country artists.  The band has a lot of roots, both musically and lyrically, from the South such as blues, country, R&B, and folk.  To us it was a natural fit that it be called Southbound.”

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