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  • Apr 23, 1975
    Warner Bros. releases The Doobie Brothers' pop hit "Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me)," featuring Keith Knudsen, destined to play drums for country's Southern Pacific
    Apr 25, 1975
    Warner Bros. releases The Doobie Brothers' album "Stampede," which includes future Southern Pacific member Keith Knudsen playing drums
    May 28, 1975
    The Doobie Brothers' album "Stampede" is certified gold by the RIAA, with future Southern Pacific member Keith Knudsen playing drums
    Oct 24, 1975
    United Artists releases Crystal Gayle's "Somebody Loves You"
    Dec 18, 1975
    Donna Fargo holds her first recording session in a new deal with Warner Bros. Records at Nashville's Columbia Studio B
    Jan 27, 1976
    Donna Fargo records "I've Loved You All Of The Way" in Nashville
    Mar 17, 1976
    Warner Bros. releases The Doobie Brothers' pop hit "Takin' It To The Streets," the first to feature new vocalist Michael McDonald. Drummer Keith Knudsen goes on to play with country's Southern Pacific
    Mar 19, 1976
    Warner Bros. releases The Doobie Brothers' album "Takin' It To The Streets." The first to feature new vocalist Michael McDonald, the album also features Keith Knudsen, destined to co-found country's Southern Pacific, on drums
    May 11, 1976
    The Doobie Brothers' album "Takin' It To The Streets" is certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. Doobie drummer Keith Knudsen is destined to co-found the 1980s country band Southern Pacific
    May 26, 1976
    Warner Bros. releases Buck Owens' "Hollywood Waltz," his first recording after ending an 18-year affiliation with Capitol

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