PICS: The Doobie Brothers at Humphreys

The Doobie Brothers were here to love you as they laid down their soft jams for Humphreys Concerts by the Bay on Wednesday, Aug. 16.

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Despite their many lineup changes, the Doobie Brothers have been around since 1970.
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Formed in San Jose, California, they quickly became known for their soul-infused soft rock.
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The band's principal singer/songwriters are Patrick Simmons (left) and Tom Johnston (right).
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Simmons' decision to leave the group in 1982 culminated in their first hiatus.
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After leaving Vertical Horizon in 2005, drummer Ed Toth joined the Doobies.
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When Johnston quit the band in 1975, Michael McDonald took over.
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Guitarist John McFee replaced Jeff Baxter in 1979.
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With multiple singers in the group, harmonies are a major part of the sound.
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Bassist John Cowan first joined in the '90s and then again in the '00s.
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As is on-point facial hair.
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Keyboardist Bill Payne (right) was a founding member of the band Little Feat.
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And last but not least, Marc Russo (middle) is the Doobie Brothers' saxophonist.
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