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Michael McDonald (born February 12, 1952) is an American singer and songwriter. McDonald is known for a soulful baritone singing style. He began his career singing back-up vocals with Steely Dan. He became a member of The Doobie Brothers from 1976 to 1982, a period which resulted in several hit songs for the band. He has won five Grammy Awards. Contents 1 Early years, 2 Steely Dan, 3 Doobie Brothers, 4 Solo career, 5 2000-present, 6 Personal Life, 7 Discography, 8 Band members, 9 Awards 9.1 Grammys, , 10 In popular culture, 11 References, 12 External links, Early years: Born in St. Louis, Missouri, McDonald played in several local bands while attending McCluer High School in his hometown of Ferguson, Missouri. He was discovered while playing with a group called Blue and consequently moved to Los Angeles in 1970. He also recorded some promo songs in the early 1970s which are now available on an album collectively called That Was Then. Steely Dan: Michael McDonald...
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