As one of the more successful bands in the 1970’s the Doobie Brothers may have gone through as many style changes as they have lineup changes. Originally a standard Rock band favored by the biker set, the Doobies became a melting pot of differing genres in their early work. Rock, Country, R & B and Bluegrass could all be heard in the series of successful albums that churned out songs that would become staples of the decade and on Classic Rock stations today. Upon the departure of lead singer, Tom Johnson, they turned to Michael McDonald to lead them. Their style changed in accordance with their new lead singer and they achieved even greater commercial success embracing the Blue Eyed Soul sound. Their solid career combined with respect from the industry could give them a shot for Hall induction.