Doobie Brothers put on free concert at Apple

Missed the Doobie Brothers Christmas charity concert at the Nob Hill Masonic this week? Fear not — our local heroes are putting in another unusual appearance before they head off to Portland this weekend. And it’s a chance to see them in one of the most intimate settings imaginable: San Francisco’s flagship Apple Store, at 1 Stockton St., tonight at 7 p.m. And what’s more, it’s free.

Granted, it’s not the halcyon “Minute By Minute” lineup with the marble-mouthed murmur of Michael McDonald. But these guys still rock, as exemplified by their rock-solid new “World Gone Crazy” set, which they’ll be dipping into at Apple. The gig might even mark the beginning of a whole new Renaissance for these still-standing Bay Area survivors.

AppleartsBackstage PassPop Music & JazzSan Francisco

If you find our journalism valuable and relevant, please consider joining our Examiner membership program.
Find out more at www.sfexaminer.com/join/

Just Posted

President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden have taken different approaches to transit and infrastructure funding. <ins>(Yuri Gripas/Abaca Press/TNS)</ins>
Bay Area transit has big hopes for a Biden administration

The best chance for local agencies to get relief may be a change in federal leadership

BART Ambassadors are being called on to assist riders in social situations that don’t require police force. <ins>(Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)</ins>
Unarmed BART ambassadors program formalized with a focus on community service

Public safety and police reform are key elements in campaigns of Board members Dufty and Simon

East Bay hills and Port of Oakland visible from Point San Bruno Park jetty. (Shutterstock)
East Bay agencies urge precautionary evacuations ahead of wind event

At least two East Bay jurisdictions suggested Sunday that residents in the… Continue reading

Nate Durand of Chug Pub created an election-themed cocktail which has several names: Biden Harris, Barris, Hiden, and/or Dem Juice. (Saul Sugarman/Special to S.F. Examiner)
Drink blue, no matter who

But bar parties aren’t planned for Election Day

Lee Vining and Inyo National Forest are excellent fall color tour destinations. (Matt Johanson/Special to S.F. Examiner)
Gold Rush: Go now to see Sierra fall color

Maples, oaks, dogwoods, aspens glow in the next few weeks

Most Read