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Doobie Brothers Take Over SiriusXM's Classic Vinyl Channel


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SiriusXM

After recently announcing their Las Vegas residency presented by SiriusXM and their 50th Anniversary Tour, four-time GRAMMY Award winners and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominees The Doobie Brothers will take over SiriusXM's Classic Vinyl (channel 26). The takeover began at noon ET on Wednesday, November 27 and will air through December 2 at 3am ET.

Before The Doobie Brothers' two principle vocalists take the stage for the first time in 25 years, the two will unite in SiriusXM's LA Studios, along with members Pat Simmons and John McFee to share insight behind their biggest hits. They'll also play music from their own catalogue as well as other artists and friends of The Doobie Brothers during their take-over of SiriusXM's Classic Vinyl.

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