Sixties reborn with tribute band The Doors Alive

The Doors Alive

The Doors Alive

First published in What's On

Rock the night away with classic hits by rock legends The Doors, when a tribute band perform at Fairfield Halls.

The Doors Alive do not just recreate the sound Jim Morrison and The Doors, but also bring to life their look and presence so fans can relive the magic of a real 1960s Doors concert.

Audiences will be transported back in time with classic hits such as Light My Fire, When The Music's Over, Riders On The Storm, The End and many more.

To achieve the authentic Sixties sound, the band use the very same instruments originally used by members of The Doors, including vintage keyboards such as the Gibson and the Fender Rhodes Bass, as well as the vintage Gibson S.G Guitar.

Lead singer Willie Scott captures the look, attitude and rich baritone voice of the late Jim Morrison, while his compadres showcase the musical sounds of original Doors members Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger and John Densmore with finesse.

The Doors Alive promise When The Music's Over, the audience will be satisfied.

The Doors Alive; Fairfield Halls; October 19; 8pm; Tickets £20, booking fee of £2.25 may apply; call 0208 688 9291.

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