A house where two members of The Doobie Brothers lived together in the early days of the legendary group has been nominated as a landmark.
Doobies leader Tom Johnston and drummer John Hartman lived at the home at 285 South 12th Street in San Jose, California from 1971 to 1973 during which the band recorded and released their first two albums.
The home’s current owners have applied to the city of San Jose’s Historic Landmarks Commission. The nomination will eventually require City Council approval. The homeowners are hoping to receive approval this year, which is the year The Doobie Brothers will celebrate their 50th anniversary. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2020. (NBC Bay Area)
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