Where Are They Now? 9 Blue-Eyed Soul Singers We Used To Jam To

July 26, 2012  |  
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Michael McDonald

Ever since he popped up on people’s radar during his time with The Doobie Brothers, Michael McDonald and his music has acquired a strong following of fans of all different colors and creeds. “Taking It To The Streets,” “What A Fool Believes,” and “I Keep Forgettin'” have been certified classics, and when he teamed up with sista Patti LaBelle for “On My Own,” James Ingram for “Yah Mo Be There” and even started covering Marvin Gaye, he became many people’s favorite blue-eyed soul singer (“I love me some Michael McDonald!!”). Some time has passed, but McDonald has still been out there touring. He teamed up with Donald Fagen and Boz Scaggs to create the group, The Dukes of September Rhythm Revue, and the three men still tour together. The last album McDonald dropped was a Christmas project in 2009, but he’s still making his own music, and dropping backing vocals for different bands and artists.

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