The Soft Parade - A Tribute To Doors Tickets
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The Soft Parade - A Tribute to Doors is a band known as one of the first Doors' tribute acts, recreating in essence the original's concert atmosphere. They have toured across twenty countries and have been honored with a live performance alongside Door's guitarist Roby Krieger. Over the years, they have gained significant international following and are now celebrating their twenty-fourth anniversary. Their current lineup features vocalist Joe Russo, drummer Roy Weinberger, keyboardist Mike Abel and guitarist Joe Bilotti. The Soft Parade - A Tribute to Doors tickets are now selling fast for their upcoming concert.
American rock band, The Doors were formed in Los Angeles, in 1965, with an original lineup comprising of keyboardist Ray Manzarek, vocalist Jim Morrison, guitarist Robby Krieger and drummer John Densmore. They released several top ten albums, including Strange Days (1967), Absolutely Alive (1970), Morrison Hotel (1970), LA Woman (1971) and The Soft Parade (1969). The latter is their fourth studio offering that initially faced controversy among critics and fans, owing to the use of string and brass instruments.
The band's discography includes twenty Gold, five Multi-Platinum and fourteen Platinum albums from their sales in the US alone. Despite the short span of their career, The Doors popularity has soared high and they have reportedly sold over thirty-five million albums in the U.S. and more than a hundred million worldwide. They are among the all-time best-selling bands, and were the first American band to score eight back-to-back Gold LPs. The counterculture of the 60s got major impact from the late vocalist Morrison as well as from the band's inspiring work. In 1993, they were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
The Soft Parade - A Tribute to Doors was formed by Russo in 1990, with the goal of reviving the poetical and theatrical atmosphere of a typical Doors' concert. Russo has succeeded at doing so by reliving and re-performing the legendary shows that Jim Morrison once presented with his band, more than three decades ago. The act has gained recognition as an authentic Doors' tribute show, featuring vintage sound equipment and instruments, and the same hairstyles and clothing.
Their performances' musical and physical resemblance has led many to observe that they are the closest to seeing the actual Doors concerts experience. In fact, their shows are so 'hauntingly' similar that fans and critics have consistently described them as 'chilling' and 'eerie' reproductions of the original band. Their impressions were noted by the New York Times to be 'eerily convincing' such as to suspend the audience in temporary 'disbelief'.
The Soft Parade - A Tribute to Doors are the only tribute show to have been invited at the Woodstock 25th Anniversary Festival and the Bonnaroo Festival (2003). At the original site of the 1969 Woodstock concert, the tribute band joined the likes of Country Joe MacDonald, Mountain, and Canned Heat. After the well-known Richie Havens, the stage was taken by the Soft Parade, who simply 'stole the show', as noted by Eddie Brigati, former member of Young Rascals.
The tribute band's four incredible musicians have together captured the majesty and magic of an era long gone. They have mastered the repertoire of more than fifty Doors' classics, and wherever they play, they gather a massive audience. Their success is not restricted to the US; they have a big fan base in Europe, particularly in France, Germany and Holland. They shared a golden moment in a concert in France, when they were joined by the original Door's guitarist, with whom they played before a sold-out audience of two thousand fans. They are ready to re-create many fascinating Door's moments yet again, so make sure you book your share of The Soft Parade - A Tribute to Doors tickets in time.