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Doors Alive Tour Comes to Mount Dora January 12th - Celebrate the Music of the Doors
Doors Alive, America's Premier 'Doors' Tribute Band makes a stop in Mount Dora on it's Florida Tour as it recreates the original sounds of the Doors, one the premier rock bands of the 60's whose music still lives today. .
Advance tickets are $15 for general admission ($20 at the door) and $25 for VIP. Tickets are available online at www.MountDoraEvents.com or at the Mount Dora Visitors Center located at 341 Alexander Street • Mount Dora, FL 32757
DOORS ALIVE-A Musical Trip!
Over five years ago a group of top musicians were contacted and asked to join what was to become the number one “American Rock Band”. From Los Angeles, Vegas, Chicago and New York they became “DOORS ALIVE” managed by the Universal Studios based Starbrite Musical Productions. DOORS ALIVE is a group dedicated to delivering the most accurate recreation of a live Doors performance that you’ve ever seen. This is not a “wanna be dress up band” but a band that recreates the original recording studio sounds of the Doors from the dramatic to the eerie, the jazz influences to straight up rock & roll. The years of experience are obvious as the band takes control of the room whether it’s a Casino venue or concert arena! If you’re looking for a boy band, best you buy a video! DOORS ALIVE is all about the music! DOORS ALIVE is a must see for any fan of the original group, longing for the days gone by or the music lover intrigued by the mystique that made Jim Morrison and the Doors one of the greatest “rock bands in history”.. THE CEREMONY IS ABOUT TO BEGIN!
Vocalist and Harmonica player Dirk Gilbert captures the sounds of Jim Morrison, he may not be Hollywood handsome like Jim but he captures Jim’s rockin, moody and absolute out of control style and stage presence… Larry Kayne’s dynamic and tasteful guitar work delivers the tone and feel of Robbie Krieger from jazzy chord voicings to mesmerizing extended solos… Mark E. Sparks masterful keyboard piano and organ work is authentic, dark moody and psychedelic…
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