Boz Scaggs sings his Grammy-winning R&B song, 'Lowdown' on Great Performances' The Dukes of September, airing in March 2014 on PBS. He's accompanied by Donald Fagen and Michael McDonald in this live concert.
Steely Dan combined rock, jazz and funk in 'Kid Charlemagne,' a single off the band's 1976 album, The Royal Scam. Written by Donald Fagen and Walter Becker, the song is performed by Fagen, Boz Scaggs and Michael McDonald in a live performance during a Dukes of September concert for Great Performances. Airing in March on PBS. Check local listings.
Michael McDonald sings his hit, 'I Keep Forgettin' (Every Time You're Near)' on Great Performances' The Dukes of September, airing in March 2014. The five-time Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter is joined on stage by Boz Scaggs and Donald Fagan. The song was released on McDonald's debut album in 1982, after the band The Doobie Brothers broke up.
Rock & roll royalty Donald Fagen (Steely Dan), Michael McDonald (The Doobie Brothers) and Boz Scaggs join forces to form their own new super group The Dukes of September, delighting audiences with high octane new performances of their greatest hits, along with other chart-topping favorites from the 60s and 70s. Among the many crowd pleasing favorites are 'Low Down' and 'Pretzel Logic'.
Rock & roll royalty Donald Fagen (Steely Dan), Michael McDonald (The Doobie Brothers) and Boz Scaggs join forces as their own new super group The Dukes of September, paying tribute to the R&B and soul music that inspired them along with fresh, exciting performances of some of their greatest hits. Check local PBS listings for air dates in March 2014.
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