The Doors wrote an incredible amount of top quality songs during their few short years with Jim Morrison capturing the feel and mood of the peace movement in Los Angeles and San Francisco. They had a distinctive talent for writing blues melodies to a psychedelic rapture, defining the sound of the most influential generation in American culture and one that shaped the 1960s.
The Doors wrote the soundtrack of the hippie movement which would undoubtedly have been missing that vital ingredient we all loved the ’60s for and inspiring some the most acclaimed artists of the time.
The Roadhouse Doors have a fantastic rocking set that will take you back in time to enjoy and relive the most memorable decade in the ‘Age of Aquarius’.
This Doors tribute act will light your fire and take you back to the day of free love and liberation with a set of the very best Doors songs; Roadhouse Blues, Riders On The Storm, Light My Fire, The End, Love her madly, Touch me and a whole lot more besides.
To set off the whole 1960’s ambience the band have put together an audio montage from ’60s America. From Martin Luther King to Jfk and the Anti-war movement, giving you a night to remember.
Pete our frontman adopts the voice and a persona of Jim Morrison with a fantastic vocal range. A trained actor and extremely talented stage performer who can engage an audience of any size and age.
Henrik who takes on the the role of Ray Manzarek enjoys playing a variety of vintage keyboards. Including a Vox Continental, Rhodes Mark I and a Hammond L122 tonewheel organ all with left hand bass lines played on the keys the only way it should be done.
Joe on guitar recreates Rob Krieger’s playing style and tone, with slide guitar solos very accurately demonstrated using Gibson SG and Les Paul guitars through Marshall speakers.
Brian our drummer, style ranges from blues, jazz and swing, and well capable of lashing out any hard hitting rock numbers with the grace and feel of Deansmore himself.