John Hartman, a fellow benefactor of the Doobie Siblings and the California musical crew's unique drummer, has kicked the bucket. He was 72.
On Thursday, the band declared Hartman's demise in posts on its true Instagram and Twitter accounts
John was a wild soul, extraordinary drummer, and player during his time in the Doobies
Hartman shaped the first Doobie Siblings with guitarists and singers Patrick Simmons and Tom Johnston in the mid 1970s
Everything started in 1969, when a drummer named John Hartman showed up in Northern California.
He Was there to meet Skip Spence from the band Moby Grape and become piece of an alleged band gathering that never fully made headway
Hartman filled in as the Doobie Siblings' drummer on every one of the band's initial eight collections
In 2020, Hartman was drafted into the Wild Lobby of Popularity as an individual from the Doobie Siblings, alongside 8 different entertainers from the band's long term profession.
Hartman left the band after 1979 and returned for its 1989 get-together collection Cycles. He then played with the Doobie Siblings again until he resigned in 1992.