The Doobie Brothers recently put on a very unique acoustic show, with some awesome sounds provided by Dan Tamynski (mandolin) of Allison Krauss and Union Station, and Bela Fleck (banjo) of Bela Fleck and the Flecktones.
Opening this epic show was Jim Lauderdale, the prolific songwriter, as well as Jim Hurst who wowed the audience with his lightning fast and grooving acoustic guitar. You probably know Casey James as well, who jumped on stage and rocked out for the last song of the night, “Listen to the Music.”
This awesome night took place at Music City Roots, Live From the Factory in Franklin Tennessee on May 13th. The show also took place in the devices of thousands of fans, who were able to live stream the concert at home. And now, the entire concert is still available via LiveStream below.
The quality of the video is amazing and sounds as good as it looks. Watch the video below to get an up close and personal look at the Doobie Brothers on stage!
At around 46:50 The Doobie Brothers are announced onto the stage if you’d like to go straight to their show. The show takes an intermission around 1:27:00 when the band sits down and answers a few questions about the meaning of their name and the release of their new album, Southbound. If you’d like to get right to Casey James, go to 2:28:00 and he’ll be climbing on stage.
The show that night was obviously epic and we’re all thankful to be able to watch it now. We’ll continue to follow the Doobie Brothers as they continue their tour, and if you’d like to read more trending news about the band click HERE!