Michael Henderson Obituary and Death Notice Information

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Michael Henderson Obituary and Death – Michael Henderson was born on August 28th, 1946 in New York City, NY. He died on January 6th, 2020 at age 69. Michael’s first job after graduating high school was working at a gas station. He went on to work at a number of different jobs before becoming a full-time musician.

His career began in the late 1960s playing guitar in bands around New York City. In 1970, he joined the band The Youngbloods, who were signed to Warner Bros Records. After leaving the group in 1972, he formed his own band, The Doobie Brothers, which became popular in the early 1980s.

In 1984, they released their self-titled debut album, which included the hit single “Jesus Is Just Alright”. The song won them three Grammy Awards, including Record of the Year.Their second album, Takin’ It To The Streets, followed in 1985. The Doobies have sold over 50 million records worldwide. In 1990, they released their third studio album, Blue Moon Nights.

The album featured the singles “Listen To Your Heart”, “Black Water”, and “Love Struck Baby”. In 1991, they released their fourth studio album, Long Train Runnin’. The album produced two top ten hits, “What A Fool Believes” and “Takin’ It To The Streets”. In 1992, they released their fifth studio album, What About Me?. The album produced the singles “Why Can’t We Be Friends”, “I Wish You Well”, and “The Love I Lost”. In 1993, they released their sixth studio album, Takin’ Out Time.

The album produced the single “One Step Closer”. In 1994, they released their seventh studio album, One Step Closer II. The album produced the songs “You’re Still On My Mind”, “A Little Bit More”, and “When Will I See You Again?”. In 1995, they released their eighth studio album, No Filter. The album produced the hit singles “Long Train Runnin'” and “Rockin’ Down The Highway”. In 1996, they released their ninth studio album, Toulouse Street. The album produced the song “Hang Up The Phone”.

In 1997, they released their tenth studio album, Takin It To The Streets Part 2. The album produced the hits “Papa Was A Rolling Stone”, “Someday Soon”, and “Instrumental Jam”. In 1998, they released their eleventh studio album, Takin Out Time Part 2. The album contained the singles “Don’t Stop Now”, “Let’s Get Together”, and “It’s All Good”.

In 1999, they released their twelfth studio album, Takin ‘Em Out. The album produced the tracks “All Day And All Of The Night”, “No Place Like Home”, and “If You Ever Leave Me”. In 2000, they released their thirteenth studio album, Takin Em Out! Vol. 2. The album produced “I’m Not Ready Yet”, “I’ll Take Care Of You”, and “I Don’t Want To Talk About It”. In 2001, they released their fourteenth studio album, Takk Em Out!. The album produced the singles, “I’ve Got Everything I Need”, “I’m Gonna Make You Mine”, and “I Wanna Know”. In 2002, they released their fifteenth studio album, Tak Em Out! Vol. 3. The