The Doobie Brothers

Big Joe Henry: This Week in Music History
September 19th, 1979 – The No Nukes concert is held at Madison Square Garden in NYC. Tom Petty, Stephen Stills, David Crosby, The Doobie Brothers, Jackson Brown, Carly Simon, Bruce Springsteen and James Taylor all perform.
This Week in Music History
August 1st, 1971 - The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour kicks off on prime time television.  Fred Silverman, head of programming at CBS saw their act one evening at a night club and offered them their own show on the spot.
August 2nd, 1964 - The Beatles appear at the Gaumont Cinema in Bournemout…
This Week in Music History
August 2nd, 1964, The Beatles appear at the Gaumont Cinema in Bournemouth. One of the supporting acts, billed as a 'new and unknown London group', was The Kinks.
This Week in Music History
September 14th, 1968 – While on tour in the UK, Roy Orbison’s house in Nashville burns down, and he losses his two oldest sons to the fire. An official from the scene of the fire later said that “from what we’ve been able to piece together, the two children who were killed were playing with an aeros…
This Day In Music History
August 3rd
1966 - The Beatles are banned by the South African government and can no longer be played on the radio. The decision stemmed from the controversy surrounding John Lennon's remarks on his band being "more popular than Jesus."
This Day In Music History
July 1st
1969 - John Lennon, Yoko Ono, her daughter Kyoko, and his son Julian were all involved in a car accident in Scotland when Lennon lost control and drove his white Leyland Austin Maxi into a ditch.