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McDonald has enjoyed a long and successful career due to his versatility and ability to work with a wide range of artists. In 1991, he released “Ever Changing Times” with Aretha Franklin. He received two Grammy Award nominations in 2003 for an album paying tribute to the Motown sound of the 1960s and ’70s. He has also continued to tour sporadically with Steely Dan and the Doobie Brothers.
Michael McDonald remains active as a singer, songwriter, and industry professional. In 2000, McDonald co-founded a record label, Ramp Records, with Chris Pelonis and actor Jeff Bridges. He toured with Donald Fagan and Boz Scaggs in 2010 under the name the Dukes of September Rhythm Revue. He has also performed with the electronic group Holy Ghost!, and contributed performances to the television shows 30 Rock and American Idol.
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