Explore Saratoga with Chicago and the Doobie Brothers!

Want a chance to win two tickets to Chicago and Doobie Brothers concert at SPAC?! Open your world with Chicago and Doobie Brothers! Part 2/4 of the spectacular summer giveaways sponsored by Heineken starts today! Enter to win two tickets to Chicago and Doobie Brothers show at SPAC on August 21st! Every Thursday we will be posting a new contest-so be sure to check back with us each week for updates! Does listening to Chicago and the Doobie Brothers bring you back to the good old days?  We have two tickets to their show at Saratoga Performing Arts Center that you could win!  To enter, leave a comment below AND on our Facebook page by August 14th at 2:00PM telling us your favorite song from the ‘70s and why you love it!   The Chicago and Doobie Brothers concert at SPAC will be on Tuesday, August 21st at 7:30PM. Along with the two tickets to the show, the winner will also receive a preferred parking pass.  The winner will be announced on August 15th. Read official rules here.

51 responses to “Explore Saratoga with Chicago and the Doobie Brothers!”

  1. suzanne lansing says:

    Colour My World! Is there not a prom or senior ball that did not use this as their theme song??

  2. Debbie Miller says:

    colour my world was my favorite growing up and was my first dance wedding song.

  3. Kathleen Walsh says:

    I love Barry White! “Can’t Get Enough of Your Love Babe”

  4. Beth says:

    Gotta be Led Zeppelin’s Stairway to Heaven.

  5. Amanda Ahlemeyer says:

    I want you to want me…by Cheap Trick…although I wasnt born until the 80’s my mother always listened to “oldies” and this song always brings me back to long car rides with my family singing along.

  6. Cynthia says:

    Black Water by Doobie Brothers!

  7. Diane Cubit says:

    Saturday in the Park! The first time my now husband of 25 years, cooked dinner for me at his parents house, chicken caccitore. He was just home from Navy training school in Chicago, while I was attending a local college. He played the only album that was middle of the road, and romantic, it was Chicago. I remember the records player being hidden inside a huge cabinet with large wooden speaker.

  8. Stealers Wheel- Stuck in the Middle with You. How can you not sing along? Great song of the 70’s

  9. “Best of my love” Emotions, and “Baby what a big Surprise” Chicago… <3 Chicago

  10. Keri Reinholz deRoziere says:

    Shining Star (Earth, Wind and Fire) . my favorite song and it came out the year I was born!

  11. you light up my life by debbie boone

  12. Jeanette H says:

    My favorite from the 70s since i graduated from HS In 1972! is Doobie Bros Jesus is just allright with me and Chicago have to say Colour my World! Would love to go to this concert would be a dream come true!

  13. Darlene Waldron says:

    If You Leave Me Now reminds me of my 70’s love!

  14. I believe my favorite song from the 70’s is Seasons in the Sun but when I was in High School I had many favorite songs….. I graduated from B.F.A. Fairfax, Vt. in 1976

  15. wendy holman says:

    My favorite song that brings me back to the 70’s is America’s “Horse With No Name” ….When I hear it I remember and am taken back to singing this song riding on one of those old springy rocking horses in my friend’s garage @ age 4

  16. Lisa Squires says:

    Naturally anything by Chicago or the Doobies but definately Hotel California by the Eagles!!

  17. Dave Rozen says:

    Saturday in the Park! My mom use to jam out to it while cleaning the house… brings me back to my childhood.

  18. Kimberly Taylor says:

    I love the entire sound track from the movie “Grease.” Especially “You’re the One that I want.” I am a big Olivia Newton John fan…so is my husband. The 1970’s were a big time for Olivia’s music career. Chicago and the Doobie Brothers — “You’re the One that I want” to see in concert! I love their music too and would love to surprise my husband (it’s his Birthday this month) with a chance to go to the show.

  19. Jim Bowers says:

    Stairway to Heaven

  20. Melissa McGrath says:

    Elton John’s “Don’t let the sun go down on me”

  21. Noreen Nusbaum says:

    It would have to be Saturday In The Park. It reminds me of relaxing sumertime when i was a teenager.

  22. Cathy McGregor says:

    Saturday in the Park!

  23. Barb Klinge says:

    There were SO many! Loved Black Magic Woman by Santana, Rocky Mountain High by John Denver, and The Canadian Railway Trilogy by Gordon Lightfoot.

  24. Kevin says:

    Started the fall semester at Siena with the Doobies and Chicago at SPAC in the early ’70s. Definitely on the lawn with all the BUDS. Love to get back there.

  25. pricechopper says:

    We love reading all your favorite songs! Don’t forget to also comment on our Facebook to be entered 🙂

  26. “Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?” because when my father used to hear that song he would stress the point of the next line… “Does Anybody Really Care?”

  27. anything by the doobies would be my favorite. my daughter met them backstage after a concert back in the 70’s and could not have been more excited.

  28. Ann says:

    Oh to relive those days…all of those classic songs on the Chicago albums were my favorites and still are.

  29. We loved these groups growing up. Colour my world was a favorite

  30. Would love to make this memory of colour my world !!!! in Saratoga SPAC!!!!

  31. Dave Perrotta says:

    Make Me Smile is classic Chicago…

  32. barb says:

    Although I believe the song Color My World may have been released by Chicago in 1970, still loved it enough to use it as the first dance song at my wedding in 1978. Always brings back wonderful memories when I hear it playing.

  33. beth martin says:

    listen to the music by the dobbie brothers. grease is the all time best movie

  34. Michelle says:

    Dreamweaver by Gary Wright

  35. Martha says:

    Kodachrome by Paul Simon

  36. Rhonda Nelson says:

    “My Name is Michael”, my verrry young sons would sit around the kitchen table and sing this song. Also, “Sad Eyes”. I think it was in the 70’s, sooooo long ago!!!

  37. Lisa Lincoln says:

    Color My World! Such a beautiful song and my boyfriend at the time played in a band and always sang it to me! Chicago is my all time favorite band!

  38. Steven O'Brien says:

    Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen. Always sounds good.

  39. Diana Keiley says:

    Colour my world is a favorite of my husbands, he makes me dance every time this song comes on while I am singing karaoke! LOL…..I am trying to win tickets so he and I can have a date night at SPAC. SPAC was one of our early dates! He loves the Doobie Bros and I love Chicago!

  40. Mike P. says:

    Well, I don’t remember nuch of the 70’s but I do have a soft spot for Peter Frampton’s “Do You Feel Like We Do” and “Show Me The Way”

  41. Moira Rouggly says:

    Doobie Brothers, Blackwater. Still gives me goosebumps.

  42. Beverly says:

    Favorite song is Foreplay/LongTime by Boston. Just love hearing it and rockin in my seat to it.

  43. Colleen Harrigan says:

    Black water by the Doobie Brothers brings me back to my High School days.
    Color My World By Chicago…danced to it at all of the dances. Good music!

  44. “What a Fool Believes” by the Doobies. Love the story line, and, oh, that voice of Michael McDonald’s – so smoky and smooth.

  45. Mali Vega says:

    Listen to the music and Taking it to the streets!

  46. Suzanne Wells says:

    For me it would have to be the Doobie Brothers “What a fool Believes”, and the reason being is my boyfriend is a huge Chicago/Doobie Brothers fan and on one of our first dates he played me every song , singing along to it….and that was so special to me. And we just got engaged on Friday night so what an awesome gift I could give to him if we won the tickets..:)

  47. Mark says:

    This is very difficult, because there were so many great songs, that had real feeling, from the sixties as well. So many beautiful songs.
    But since this is about Chicago and The Doobie Brothers, I’d pick Questions 67 and 68, for Chicago, and Another Park, Another Sunday, for the Doobie Brothers.
    I picked these be cause they have emotional thems about relationship turmoil, that everyone has been trhoug,hand everyone can relate to.

  48. Karen says:

    Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen

  49. Barbara says:

    Make Me Smile by Chicago

  50. pricechopper says:

    Thank you all for participating! Congratulations to our winner, Lisa Lincoln!!

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