When: Wed., June 14, 7:30 p.m. 2017
With an impressive resume that dates all the way back to his days as guitarist and lead vocalist for the Steve Miller Band, Boz Scaggs has had an important role in rock and roll history. The songwriter, who eventually penned hits like “Lido Shuffle” and “Lowdown”, met Steve Miller in high school and began collaborating through college but left to Europe and spent some time in the steadily growing London R&B scene. Shortly after, Scaggs came back to the U.S. and joined The Steve Miller Band for their first two albums before eventually leaving Miller again to focus on his solo work. Scaggs ended up releasing several albums over the years, including one with session musicians who would end up forming the band Toto. Also on the bill is Michael Mcdonald who’s best known for his work the Doobie Brothers, but has also collaborated with artists such as Steely Dan and San Antonio’s own Christopher Cross.