the doobie brothers
Tuesday (November 27) marks 70 years since the birth of Jimi Hendrix, the man who changed electric guitar and rock’n’roll forever. For the past few weeks, CBS Local has discussed the man’s impact with musicians who came after him, his peers, and even one of his main inspirations. Everyone felt his influence, whether it was on their guitar playing, or their singing. Some even found a new direction for their life thanks to Jimi.
Tom Johnston of The Doobie Brothers was one of many artists inspired by Jimi; he told CBS Local that in the short period that Hendrix made records (1966-1970) “Musically, he changed the whole landscape, he was doin’ things that nobody was doin’.” While much has been said about Hendrix’s live showmanship, Johnston was more impressed by what Jimi did in the studio, including his use of feedback and backwards recording.
Another loss in the Rock world with the death of Michael Hassock who played on some of the most iconic and timeless tracks of our time…truly the soundtrack of many a misspent youth. RIP.
As previously reported, Doobie Brothers drummer Michael Hossack passed away at his home in Dubois, Wyoming yesterday (March 12) after a long battle with cancer. He was 65.
Longtime Doobie Brothers drummer Michael Hossack died Monday at his home in Dubois, Wyoming, according to the band’s official website. Hossack, who had battled cancer in recent years, passed away with his family by his […]
So what would have happened if the Doobie Brothers had stuck with “PUD”??? Hey how about… PUD FM???