No. 1 tribute band The Doors Alive bring sounds of the 60s to town

The Doors Alive, the No. 1 tribute band to legendary rockers The Doors, are bringing the psychedelic sounds of the 60s to town with a performance at Pyramid next month.

The band perfectly and effortlessly re-create the sound, look, presence and feel of a real 1960s Doors concert, transporting the crowd back in time.

In their homage to the Californian rockers they will play classic hits such as Light My Fire, When the Music’s Over, Riders on the Storm, The End and more when they visit Warrington on Saturday 16 September.

The singer, Willie, captures the attitude, look and voice of the late, great Jim Morrison, and the rest of the band have honed the other members’ playing styles immaculately.

To achieve that authentic 60s sound, the band use the very same instruments that members of The Doors used, including a vintage Fender Rhodes Bass keyboard, a vintage Vox Continental keyboard and a vintage Gibson SG guitar.

For true The Doors fans this really is a show not to be missed.

Saturday 16 September 2017, 7.30pm, £14 advance/£17 on the door, Pyramid

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