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Michael McDonald
Phone (920) 458-1972
Price $55-23
Age Suitability 18 and up
Category Performing Arts

Michael McDonald

Saturday, Apr 27, 2013 8:00p

Five-time Grammy Award-winning vocalist and songwriter, Michael McDonald began his career with Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers before touring solo. Hits include “Takin’ It to the Streets,” “I Keep Forgettin’,” “What a Fool Believes” and “Sweet Freedom.” A must-see performance.

Part of the Kohler Foundation's Distinguished Guest Series.

Created by carolynn.lee

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With his husky, soulful baritone, Michael McDonald became one of the most distinctive and popular vocalists to emerge from the laid-back California pop/rock scene of the late '70s. McDonald found the middle ground between blue-eyed soul and smooth soft rock, a sound that made him a star....
Location & Nearby Info
Kohler Memorial Theatre
260 School St.
Kohler, WI 53044
(920) 458-1972
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Reviews & Comments
USER REVIEWS
Feb 17, 2008 - LilliFoster on Michael McDonald
Different story

It's been a while since I was able to see him live but I found the experiece quite different from yours. I too thought it was too short but that's just because I wanted to see more. Hoping he will tour the us in support of his new cd (3/4/8 - Soul Speak) but so far dates have him out of the country a lot.

(no rating) Sep 24, 2007 - eyeinthesky on Michael McDonald
North Fork Theater in Westbury, NY

what a rip-off....came on @ 7:20, concert was over @ 8:40..an hour and 20 minutes??? great band, but c'mon....music was mostly motown covers with 4 or 5 doobie songs...takin it to the streets rocked, but then it was over just when everyone felt the band was really warming up....the whole crowd felt gypped...