The Doors tribute at The Horn, St Albans

10:02 20 June 2014

Tribute to The Doors: The Doors Alive

Tribute to The Doors: The Doors Alive


The Doors Alive, who appear at The Horn in St Albans on Saturday night (21), have a mission – to keep the Doors’ music not only alive, but completely authentic.

The Doors tribute band use the same instruments implemented by the original members of the legendary band, and play a set which features all the hits including Love You Madly and When the Music’s Over.


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