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CHARLESTON, WV – Hear old favorites and new music when the Doobie Brothers bring decades of hits to the Clay Center at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 13 at the Clay Center in Charleston.

After more than 40 years and 40 million albums sold, the Doobie Brothers are still making world-class music. Hear hits from their latest album, "World Gone Crazy," along with American classics like "Black Water," "Listen to the Music" and "What a Fool Believes" in a show that celebrates the band's rich history and new sounds.    

This performance is part of the Clay Center Presents fall 2013 performance season, sponsored by BrickStreet Insurance and National Travel.

A limited number of tickets for the Doobie Brothers are still available. Tickets are $45, $55 and $65. Visit the Clay Center box office or call 304-561-3570 for availability.

Single tickets for other Clay Center Presents fall 2013 performances, including Diana Krall Glad Rag Doll World Tour, "Les Misérables" co-presented with Charleston Light Opera Guild and Celtic Woman: Home for Christmas – The Symphony Tour co-presented with West Virginia Symphony Orchestra, are on sale now.