Michael McDonald At Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show - Nashville
Five-time Grammy Award winning Michael McDonald was born in February of 1952 in St. Louis, Missouri. His musical career kicked off after he was discovered in 1970 while playing with the group Blue. Afterward, he moved to Los Angeles, where he became one of the many in-studio members of Steely Dan. He provided back-up vocals and keyboard on albums like Katy Lied and Aja. In 1975, McDonald moved on to become a member of the Doobie Brothers, where he recorded songs like “Real Love,” “Takin’ It to the Streets” and “What a Fool Believes.” In 1982, he moved onto his solo career. In 2006, he made his Grand Ole Opry debut.