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'Listen to the Music'

Long Train Runnin' plays tribute to the Doobie Brothers

Do you wish you could "Listen to the Music" of The Doobie Brothers, live, in your own neighborhood? Palo Alto has the next-best thing. Doobie Bros-tribute band Long Train Runnin' will perform tonight (Thursday, July 21) at 6 p.m. at King Plaza outside of Palo Alto City Hall as part of the city's summer-concert series.

"You won't be able to tell the difference between the Doobie Brothers and Long Train Runnin'," said Russ Cohen, executive director of the Palo Alto Downtown Business and Professional Association, in a press release. Come out and judge for yourself! Go to Long Train Runnin'.

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