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Michael McDonald rejoins Doobie Brothers for country album

Michael McDonald rejoins Doobie Brothers for country album

BACK WITH THE BAND: Michael McDonald will rejoin the Doobie Brothers for a new album. Photo: Associated Press

Singer Michael McDonald is rejoining The Doobie Brothers for an upcoming country-themed hits album.

The “Sweet Freedom” singer left the band 1982, but teamed up with his former bandmates on the track “Don’t Say Goodbye,” which appeared on their 2010 album “World Gone Crazy.”

Little is known about the band’s new project, but it is believed to be an album featuring their hits, re-recorded with country stars Toby Keith and Zac Brown.

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