The Doobie Brothers Let The Music Play

2012 • 1h 40m

From their start at the Chateau Liberté in Santa Cruz to playing at the largest venues around the world, The Doobie Brothers have established themselves as one of the most important bands in the history of rock-n-roll, selling over 40 million records and earning 24 Gold and Platinum awards. Over forty years since their debut on the music scene in 1971, the Doobie Brothers have ridden the waves of change transforming themselves time and again, crossing musical, generational and cultural boundaries to become one of the most recognized bands in history.

This film takes viewers on a journey through the history of The Doobie Brothers led by the band members as they share anecdotes and personal experiences. From their small-town, biker-bar image, and electric rock sound to their world-wide commercial success and “blue-eyed” soul style, this film combines rare concert footage with intimate, personal moments in the lives of the band members and their families, industry peers, and the people who have been involved with the band through their four decades of evolution, challenges, and success.

This film gives viewers front and center stage access to the band members's personal experience of their evolution, their challenges, and their rebirth.