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Robert Alan Krieger, born January 8, 1946, in Los Angeles, is a musical performer and The Doors guitarist. He attended UCLA. “The first music I heard that I liked was Peter and the Wolf. I accidentally sat and broke the record (I was about seven). Then I listened to rock ‘n’ roll – I listened to the radio a lot – Fats Domino, Elvis, The Platters.

“I started surfing at fourteen. There was lots of classical music in my house. My father liked march music. There was a piano at home. I studied trumpet at ten, but nothing came of it. Then I started playing blues on the piano?no lessons though. When I was seventeen, I started playing guitar. I used my friend’s guitar. I didn’t get my own until I was eighteen. It was a Mexican flamenco guitar. I took flamenco lessons for a few months. I switched around from folk to flamenco to blues to rock ‘n’ roll.

“Records got me into the blues. Some of the newer rock ‘n’ roll, such as the Paul Butterfield Blues Band. If it hadn’t been for Butterfield going electric, I probably wouldn’t have gone rock ‘n’ roll.

I didn’t plan on rock ‘n’ roll. I wanted to learn jazz; I got to know some people doing rock ‘n’ roll with jazz, and I thought I could make money playing music. In rock ‘n’ roll you can realize anything that you can in jazz or anything. There’s no limitation other than the beat. You have more freedom than you do in anything except jazz – which is dying – as far as making any money is concerned.

“In The Doors we have both musicians and poets, and both know of each other’s art, so we can effect a synthesis. In the case of Tim Buckley or Dylan you have one man’s ideas. Most groups today aren’t groups. In a true group all the members create the arrangements among themselves.”



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Most people know Robby Krieger as the consummate music artist in his role as former guitar player and songwriter of the legendary band The Doors.
What shouldn’t be surprising is that creativity has no boundaries and many times artistic expression will spill over into more then one medium for the artist.
Robby Krieger is no exception as demonstrated in his creation of a collection of spectacular, never-before-seen works of art…now available to art lovers and Robby fans.
Now, through the charity services organization, ART FOR A CAUSE, limited edition, giclee prints of his beautiful paintings will, for the first time, be available to the fans of Robby Krieger.
β€œI hope my paintings brings joy and love to art lovers for many years to come.” – Robby Krieger

Click here to visit the “Art For A Cause” site.


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2 weeks ago
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Tune in tonight for an hour of Jazz with Robby Krieger! 4:15 pm PST.
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To me the Doors were the first ROCK band English groups too poppy Can’t believe how good the live at the London fog is you guys did some kick ass blues covers easily the equal of the stones plus you make me real and strange are great Early my favorite Doors year 1970 Morrison hotel great live shows la woman but 1966 you guys were bucking great

I see your a Chicago Blackhawks fan! That’s awesome 😎!

This will be great! Gettin back too the early roots❀️🎸 Lots of love for you!

:)...saw you rocking with the MauMaus too XXO! Go Man πŸ™‚

Awesome!! So good!!!

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comunicate con migo soy sabes quien rencarne acuerdate esa tarde lo que te dije en 1966

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3 weeks ago
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Thank you to everyone who has reached out, giving us incredible reviews of Doors concerts (1966-1972), Butts band shows (1974) and Robby solo concerts (late 1970s). We can't wait to unveil the end results soon! This will be our last post asking for reviews. If you have some stories but haven't reached out yet, it's not too late! If you attended a show in the 1960s or 1970s, please message us! One of the main goals of all of this is to save these memories for future generations of fans. ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to everyone who has reached out, giving us incredible reviews of Doors concerts (1966-1972), Butts band shows (1974) and Robby solo concerts (late 1970s).  We cant wait to unveil the end results soon!  This will be our last post asking for reviews. If you have some stories but havent reached out yet, its not too late!  If you attended a show in the 1960s or 1970s, please message us!  One of the main goals of all of this is to save these memories for future generations of fans.

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I am to young to have seen the Doors with Morrison but am a huge fan and was able to see Robby and Ray play together for the Doors of the 21st Century show in Atlantic City. Was a great show, lots of energy and fans were super into it. A great set list too. It was taped for a VH1 special but was never released. I hope they release it someday. Would love to relive the experience. Really glad you are capturing all the fantastic stories. ✌🏻

As a fishing guide in Alaska I got to spend the day with Robby in my drift boat fishing for salmon then saw his band play in Kenai that night. They were amazing. In the early 90’s.

I saw the Robby Krieger Band in the 2000s. Amazing show.

Robbie was a regular at Savon & Builders Emporium in Sherman Oaks. Very cool every visit. True Story: I sold him a (Screen)Door and tied it to the roof of his VW. Hollywood Paladium w/Eric Burdon then got to discuss show next day at Savon!

But still play all their vinyl today. Morrison's Hotel my favorite.

Actually saw Krieger solo in the ‘90s. Hoped to get his autograph on the booklet from my “Strange Days” CD, but if he hung around after the gig I never saw him. It was a great show, though.

I wish I was around but The Doors are my favorite band. My dad introduced me in my teens.

I saw the 21st century doors with ray and robby play Manchester arena a good few years ago 10 seats from the front what a fantastic night only wish it had been all four

I saw Robby & Ray at the Nokia Theater in NYC (2009 or 2010)... By far the BEST concert I have ever seen.

This is my Doors little space🀩

I saw Robby at the Expo Center in Philly, at record show the Friday after Thanksgiving, must be 25yrs ago now. He was signing autographs. The line was long, I was hung over, and no pics (days before cell phones with cameras) but I saw him!

I saw him at Monterrey Mx with a Rayados uniform shirt. Was amazing never forget. Legend

I wish I was alive then to see them,, I was born in 1973, I seen the 21st century Doors in Cleveland

Does it count if you were still a fetus ? My mother attended a concert in 1967 . I don't know what effects loud music has on a developing baby in it's mother's womb , but I came out basically normal .

I wish! I wasn't even alive then. Born in the wrong era! πŸ™

Greetings- I was the general manager of The Wetlands, a NYC nightclub in the late 90’s - Robby came in a couple of times in 94? 95? He was great! Besides being a great musician he was also a wonderful person. Always willing to chat with fans. And was pleasant and agreeable.

I saw Robby in the 90's. It was a trio. They played a very small club in Santa Rosa, California. I forget the name. Eddie Vedder sat in with them and sang some Doors songs. I was about 6ft from the stage. It was great. I was hoping Robby would come out and sign some merch but I don't even think there was any merchandise for sale.

I was born in 68 , saw the DOOORS of the 21 Century in Perth 2008 I think , it was awsome , Ian Ashbury as singer

Saw Robby's band last year at Suffolk theatre in Riverhead NY, An amazing show by an amazing Guitarist! Almost saw the Doors at The Filmore east late 60's ,i was on line in the rain for any unsold tickets for their show that night,unfortunately for me and a lot of others that didnt get to see them perform but the sound came pouring out through every crack and vent in the walls of The filmore east!

Saw the band Robbie had with Eric Burden in the 80s. The piano player was my close friend, Jeff Naideau. We hung out with the band for a couple of memorable days and nights in MA (Cape Cod and Scituate). Great fun, and many stories! Let me know if you're interested in this era as well.

I got one for you Robbie, do you remember playing a very small club in Hudson NY called Joes Bar? You were there with your son and your solo Band, must have been around 2002-2010?? Date could be wrong but you were a bit worried at firs because of the barrier between you and the fans but you ended up doing 3 encores and highfiving everyone! I was there with my colorful Doors T-shirt.

I can’t say I seen you in the 60s or 70s but I did win BEST SEATS at one of your Dallas shows with Doors of the 21st. Got to sit on stage with absolute ledgends throughout the show. Got to shake Rays hand even though I think I scared the crap out of him! He didn’t realize I was just to the right of the stage when he went to exit! Sorry Ray! But worth it! Still have the set list that was taped to the backstage door! Ian and the boys put on a very memorable show that night!! And I took a piss and had a conversation with the mysterious Indian feller!! You just cant write this stuff man! It was awesome!!! Rock on friend!!!!!

Hey Robby. Got to visit with you in Palm Springs when you Played Zeldas Night Club. Was great, shared the table that was right next to the stage with you. This was not in the 70s though. Had to be 90 -91 ..Was a Great evening watching you do your magic on guitar. Thanks Robby.

I saw The Doors at Forest Hills Tennis Stadium in the summer of 1967, a few weeks after Light My Fire hit the charts. If memory serves, Orphan Egg opened and Simon and Garfunkel closed. Good times.

2004 at athens greece πŸ‡¬πŸ‡· a dream came true πŸ‘ such an amazing experience

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3 weeks ago
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Robby Krieger recently attended a ceremony at the Rainbow Bar & Grill on the Sunset Strip celebrating the great Randy California of the band Spirit. Randy and his band loved performing at the Whisky a Go Go. Janet Wolfe (Randy's sister) presented the Whisky with a poster/plaque that Randy actually put together before his passing. Accepting the plaque on behalf of the Whisky were Amy Maglieri, Mikeal Maglieri, and Mike Maglieri. Also receiving plaques were Robby Krieger and Rob Dean. Robby toured extensively with Randy in the late 1980s as part of the "Night of the Guitars" tour. All people present only removed their masks for the photos. All photos by Jill Jarrett Photography. ... See MoreSee Less

Robby Krieger recently attended a ceremony at the Rainbow Bar & Grill on the Sunset Strip celebrating the great Randy California of the band Spirit. Randy and his band loved performing at the Whisky a Go Go. Janet Wolfe (Randys sister) presented the Whisky with a poster/plaque that Randy actually put together before his passing. Accepting the plaque on behalf of the Whisky were Amy Maglieri, Mikeal Maglieri, and Mike Maglieri. Also receiving plaques were Robby Krieger and Rob Dean. Robby toured extensively with Randy in the late 1980s as part of the Night of the Guitars tour. All people present only removed their masks for the photos.  All photos by Jill Jarrett Photography.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Missed the Doors concerts, tix sold out quick in long tix lines back thenπŸ˜‚

Wonderful photos Jill Jarrett and thank you for sharing this about Robby!

Robbie will you be at the Alice Cooper golf tournament this weekend

Cool. I sold Janet a BMW Z4

Te llevamos en el alma Robbie from πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· amamos los doors 🐍

Excellent Robby Krieger Jill Jarrett Wow weee

Great pics Jill Jarrett β˜† miss hanging with you guys

Wow great

so cool

Saludos desde guadalajara México robby krieger

I miss SPIRIT

killer weed

KrokoeGi Marcondes

I met the guys in Spirit when they played a gig at my high school! All nice guys and one of the best bands ever from L.A.! RIP Randy...

Awesome very cool love Randy California & Spirit huge fan Robby Krieger

Night of the Guitars...great cd and video! Cheers to Randy C. for the great music and soul he brought to everything he did.

When I ever get to California someday, post pandemic, I'm going to the Whiskey to see that history.

Spirit produced some Great music that we listened to in Tulsa and still do. Miss them! 12 Dreams. πŸ‘

...just brooding about the "Stairway" theft last night. I was there the night that The Kinks got so unnerved at audience members shouting "SPIRIT!" that Ray Davies drank so much Courvoisier (and balancing the bottle on his head) that he walked off the stage and fell into the orchestra pit. I speak of Randy all the time, even to Jeff Baxter at Les Paul Monday Night in NYC...just blocks from 48th.St. where Jeff was a cashier at Manny's Music, IIRC....when he and Randy had a band with JIMI...and the "California" name stuck. I miss him greatly. Perhaps the greatest stage performance which I have ever witnessed was when Randy came out dressed as an Arab Sheik, complete with Ray-Bans. He announced that "I am the greatest guitarist in the world. This is a Sears Silvertone guitar!" and proceeded to unleash the FIRST actual and perfect SHRED....while spinning pirouettes and hitting keyboard notes with the head of his guitar. Truly astounding. -❀M

Loved Spirit! Underrated. Fresh Garbage still runs through my mind, I loved that song.

saw that show 1989 del mar ca, fair, awsome.i have almost all his stuff.very underrated band.

Ciao Robby....i'm very happy to have seen you to Pistoia blues 1998 and 2011

Thanks for sharing; Rock`On Robbie & Randy!!!

Man I’d love to be in those places with Robby Krieger . Though I never got to see The Doors πŸšͺ I’ve seen him and the ambiance was there. Seeing him in a place they actually played would be a Bucket List check off HOOAH

i also met them san diego club Bacchanal, maybe 50 people, shook his hand.nicest guys.

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4 weeks ago
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Thank you to everyone who has reached out so far, telling us your stories of the Doors concerts (1966-1972), as well as the Butts Band (1974-75) and Robby solo (late 1970s) shows you attended! We have some really great stories already that you all will be able to see in the next few months! If you haven't reached out yet, though, it's not too late! If you attended a show in the 1960s or 1970s, please message us! We are so excited to save these memories and stories for the next generation of Doors fans. ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to everyone who has reached out so far, telling us your stories of the Doors concerts (1966-1972), as well as the Butts Band (1974-75) and Robby solo (late 1970s) shows you attended!  We have some really great stories already that you all will be able to see in the next few months!  If you havent reached out yet, though, its not too late!  If you attended a show in the 1960s or 1970s, please message us!  We are so excited to save these memories and stories for the next generation of Doors fans.

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Wasnt in the 60s or 70s but 5 years ago you performed in Kansas City, at the end of the show we made eye contact and you tossed me the set list. It literally felt like it floated right to me a true fan! 🀩😍 One of my most treasured items ever!

My old band Watcher Moon played with you 2x once at the canyon club and one at the Liberty bowl. Both epic shows!

I love The Doors. I was born in 1972, so I missed any chance of seeing you live, but your legacy is truly great, and lives on. My ex-wife hated The Doors. Please note the "ex". 🀣

I met you in Dallas in 2011 at The House of Blues when you were playing with Ray Manzarek. You signed my Doors album. You were very nice to me and I also caught your guitar pick after you played Soul Kitchen. Greatest concert I have been too. Thanks for everything.

Hi Robbie. I've never seen the Doors but met a Vietnam vet who saw you on leave in the US. He said he was acid up and had a great time. A friend of mine Ben Gurecki said he has talked with you . Love n peace πŸ’œ

Robby I'm 44 so unfortunately I couldn't attend any of your shows back then but been listening to The Doors since I was 13! Much love, you're a legend

I don't have any pictures of our time when my wife and I saw Robby and his band, I believe it was 2013. It was a small venue called the Media Ball Room, in the Minneapolis MN area. His son did Jim's vocals. As a life long fan, I brought an album I had bought at a garage sale for a dollar. But I but I didn't want to insulte him so I added a few zero's to make it look like $10.00 was written on it. I've owned it for many, many years. hoping to get close enough to get it signed. As it turned out, we got there early and got a seat near the front. Robby had a great show, and afterwards was indeed signing albums. The front of stage was completely packed with people holding Doors albums for him to sign. My wife grabbed my album and pushed her way to the front. Robby saw that my album was one made after Jim had died and it was just the 3 of them. He stopped signing albums, held mine, (ours), up in the air and said, "now this is a true fan!". I was nearly in tears and I'm an old guy. After the concert, Kim and I drank with the band, not Robby, in the bar. The next day, Robby was in our same motel lobby having breakfast. I was shaking and dumbstruck. But instead of making a scene, I nodded to him and let him be. Just let him enjoy his breakfast. I'll never forget it.

Too young to have seen the Doors. I was blessed to see you and Ray play I n San Francisco several years ago with Dave Brock . What a great show. (I’ve caught a few Dave Brock shows over the years) Hi Robby, we share a birthday (but not birth year) =)

Was born 15-20 years to late to see them play live but did get to see Robby, John and Ray give a talk in London at ICA in Oct 1983. Same day a 17 year-old me met my future wife. Kinda sticks in my memory! However my ‘cool aunt’ did see them in 1968’ in London at the Roundhouse in Chalk Farm.

I saw The Robbie Krieger Band at the Stone in SF in the 80's A unknown band opened up for them. It was Stevie Ray Vaugh and Double Trouble! Boz Skaggs walked off the street and sat in with Robbie on "Back Door Man".

I saw the doors of the 21st century on 9-6-02 at the california motor speedway on the harley davidson 100th anniversary concerts on the side backstage, my late friend Allen Ornstein friend who makes Ian Asbury's leather clothes and got us the backstage passes. That was a great concert, Ian Asbury did a great job along with Stuart Copeland of the police and Robbie Krieger & Ray Manzerik.

No not back in the day But I did get the see you a few years ago in Minnesota and it was so cool. Loved your vocalist and your work as well. πŸ’–πŸŽΈπŸ˜ŽπŸŽΆ

I seen you and Ray at Pop’s here in the St.Louis area. Riders on the Storm. Sometimes you have to see someone live to really appreciate their musicianship. You and Ray were awesome.

I wished I was alive when you rock the stage, so I have nothing to add here only that I am a big fan of you all guys and your music. Still and for now more than 35 years. Thank you very much!

I was born in March 1969 and I love The Doors. I can’t wait to hear the stories! ❀️

So awesome!! Never had the pleasure to see you guys live, but still listen all the time !!

No, I was born far too late, but I attended a Robby Krieger band concert in 2017 in Portland OR where I got a picture with you and you signed my guitar 😍

Only chance I've ever had to see you in concert was with your son in Erie Pennsylvania 1999, you two were phenomenal!

I wasn't born until 1970 but have been a huge fan far as long as I can remember. You guys are and always will be my favorite band . Keep on rocking 🀘

I was only 6 when Jim died, a bit young to see a live show, but ive been a Doors fan ever since I heard them on the radio, if they had made it into the 80's I surely would have gone, timeless music ,abd so different from the pop bands of the day

Hi. I live in Ireland and am a huge doors fan. My brother was in the states in the states in 1968 as a swim coach in a holiday camp and went to see a doors concert. He said ye were superb. I am not jealous at all. Love .Aileen.x

I was an extra for the doors movie, the show where they arrested Jim. I was hanging out inside during lunch and some kids asked if they could borrow a guitar and they handed it to Robbie and then he started playing love me two times. I joined in with the words. they were filming for some college thing. One of my favorite memories. Wish I could see that video.

NOPE, WASN'T BORN YET, BUT SAW MR. KRIEGER WITH RAY IN PERU, 2008! THE BEST CONCERT IN MY LIFE. I REMEMBER THAT THE GATES OF THE CONCERT BROKE AND THE DIVISIONS OF THE ZONES BROKE ALSO AND EVERYONE RAN TO THE PLATINUM ZONE WHERE THEY WERE PLAYING LIGHT MY FIRE. FELT LIKE ONE OF THOSE 60s CONCERT. WANTED TO KNOW WHAT ELSE DID MR. KRIEGER EAT OR DO IN LIMA. MY RESPECTS MR. KRIEGER. HOPE YOU CAN READ THIS. Diego from LIMA-PERU

Is this just a fan or is it really you😁 ? It would be groovilious if it was really you . I would love to meet you and john one day . I could sit there and talk to you guys all day I'm sure

Saw Robbie Krieger with Skip Van Winkle in 1992 at the Majestic in Detroit . About 140 people were there approximately . Three piece . They played some Miles , Doors and solo . Great Show

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Calling all 1970s Robby Krieger fans! Did you attend a Doors, Butts Band (Robby and John Densmore's band after The Doors), Red Shift (Robby's 1979 band) or a Robby Krieger solo show in the 1960s/1970s? We are currently gathering concert reviews for a very special project! Please message us privately if you attended any shows and would be willing to share your stories with the world and generations to come! Can't wait to hear from you! ... See MoreSee Less

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Never saw the Butts band but loved their first album!

I remember seeing Robby at the Fillmore in San Francisco. A great show! Awesome guitarist!And, to top off the night, Robby signed an album for me!! I will never forget that! Thanks Robby!!

Man don't I wish but unfortunately i was not born yet. I did get to see you,Robby Krieger, at a Jimi Hendrix experience concert in Gulf Shores Alabama. That was the closest I've came to a Doors member! Was a GREAT night. Will cherish it forever ♥️

I saw him at the Van Dyke in Schenectady back in 1999. Earlier that year I saw Ray Manzarek at the same place.

I"ve always been a huge Robbie fan, but never thought he got the props he deserves from his fellow musicians. A big exception is Carlos Santana, who talks about him in his memoir. If just one other musician praises you and really understands what you're trying to do, and it's Carlos Santana, you could do a hell of a lot worse! I saw the Robbie Krieger Band at the Wadsworth, sometime around 1991 I think it was.

Well I've seen the Doors of the 21st Century with Ian Astbury on vocals, twice, here in Paris, I had the chance to get my copy of L.A Woman signed by both Ray and Robby, I could share my memories about it. Peace ✌

I just came here to say I say you 7 years ago in toledo ohio at the Hollywood casino. And it was definitely on my bucket list to see anyone from the doors live ! And you guys did not disappoint!! Chad Wackerman on drums a member from zappas band ! Robby Krieger and the soul kitchen toledo ohio wants you back! As soon as live music can resume.

The closest I came to a Doors affiliation was waiting in line for an hour or so at Will Call at the Greek Theatre in the early 1980s. Ray Manzarek was in line next to me. We were both there to see Jan And Dean live. He was a HUGE fan of theirs, as am I. We talked music the whole time, and not once did the subject of his own work come up. Nice guy! Anyway, all the best on this forthcoming project.

Robby Krieger is the best and most innovative guitarist ever! I started listening to The Doors when I was 6 years old in 1967z. I was too young to see The Doors. Never did see the Butts band or Red Shift. Wish I did. I’d like to interview Robby and John one day soon and video the interview. I’ve got a small team of talent to handle the production in LA and NY. I’ve got a lot of good questions for Robby and John.

I know, not the '70's but I was at the Doors of 21st Century show in Boston around 2012 where Robby fell off the stage while playing. He popped right back up like nothing happened and finished the concert. Ray didn't even notice and kept playing throughout. I was also at the Atlantic City show that same year and saw Robbie perform at the Big E in Massachusetts before Covid. The fact I was able to see some semblance of The Doors play in person made me, as someone who wasn't alive when they were a full band, appreciate the band even more. I can't even imagine what it would have been to see the band play together but seeing part of the band live was still better than any popular music today. Hoping John and Robbie tour once things get back to normal, though doubtful that will happen.

The Doors of the 21st Century played at Summer Fest in 2004 at Grand Beach Manitoba. Ian Astbury on vocals.

I saw The Doors at the Forum I think in 1969. Morrison sat down, asked for smokes and 1,000 packs hit the stage. I went to study my Guru Idol Flamenco Man. A big event in my life, at 12 years old, had been buying the guitar tablature book that came out in 1968. I was in big trouble at school but that book handed me every single lick on the first album. I got away from all blues all the time and really started a journey with Robbie, which thanks to him, I am still on. The guy invented his own music; his driving artistry is so relevant today; he is just a Comet of a roll model for me, a quiet guitarist, one of Robby's greatest fans.

I saw Robby and Ray at Costa Mesa...a magical night full of great music and Dave Brock sang....Ray seemed in high spirits...he wasn't with us much longer....and then there was Robs amazing guitar playing....made me wish i was around to see cousin Jim do his thing.

I attended a show in 2002 in Virginia Beach/ Chesapeake Virginia. Ian Astbury sang Jim’s lyrics and did a great job. Later bumped into Robby on the hotel elevator and asked for a autograph. Of course I didn’t have a pen. I followed him to his room and he got a pen and signed autographs for everyone in my party. What a great memory and such a nice guy as Robby Krieger.

I didn’t attend but this is your cousin in Detroit-Bob Eston’s daughter. I have tried to get in touch with you over the past number of years. Even went to Indiana a while back when you played in the park and had to stop early. Tried to get you a note but that didn’t happen. You can IM me

I saw/met Robbie (with Eric Burdon) at The Bacchanal in San Diego in the 90s. Great story, wrong decade! Good luck with your project!❀️🎢😎

Saw Robby and Eric Burdon together at The Palomino in the 80s. They played songs by The Animals, then songs by The Doors with Eric on lead vocals! Incredible! ⭐⭐

Robbie Krieger band with his son waylon on vocals put on a great show. Robbie playing and conversing between songs enjoyed immensely and Waylon does Jim's vocals justice.

Unfortunately i werent born till 1970 im from liverpool uk . however myself and my wife were on holiday in new york a couple of years ago when i heard robby krieger was playing the whiskey so as a surprise to my wife i got tickets and flew to L.A to watch him. His son was singing on stage with him and what a gig it was. Absolutely amazing

I never got to see Ray, but I did have an occasion to email chat with him for three days back in my My Space days (2007?)! He was a Great human being, and he told me yes, Jim actually did die in Paris! Let me know if you would like to hear the whole story, R.I.P. Ray Manzarek...

Unfortunately not as I'm too young to have been to the 70s concert but at the age of 10 I first heard Riders On The Storm wow my mind opened to a new World thank you for your Music ❀

Robbie solo project, Austin, TX, around '04 on sixth street. On Jim's birthday. Amazing show, really felt Jim and the rest of the guy's spirit that night.

I didn't go to any 1970's concerts, but got a bunch of hall of fame DVDs and even have the video of Ed Sullivan show where Jim Morrison up set Ed with light my fire and couldn't get higher lyrics.

Saw you in the early 2000's in the Ziggodome in Holland... Ray also.... and Ian Eastbury singing for Jim..... awsome concert.. never forget this ever! But it was freaking cold outside and forget my coat lol... great gig though!

Only saw shows from last decade, great barrington was a great show, and albany NY was a fantastic show that was well over 2 hours in length! One of those teams where you expect good things and it turns out much better then you could have hoped!

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