The Doors’ Robby Krieger Preps First Solo Album in 10 Years
The Doors’ Robby Krieger will release his first solo album in 10 years this spring, The Ritual Begins at Sundown. Ahead of the LP’s arrival, the guitarist also shared the first single “The Drift.” Krieger’s first album since 2010’s Singularity was influenced by another classic rock icon, Frank Zappa: The Ritual Begins at Sundown was co-written and produced by Zappa collaborator Arthur Barrow, features Zappa alumni among Krieger’s backing band and also boasts a cover of Zappa’s “Chunga’s Revenge” on the tracklist. “I was hanging out with my buddy Arthur Barrow and we had some songs we had been fooling...
Miley Cyrus Covers 'Roadhouse Blues' with Robby Krieger
Miley Cyrus covered the Doors’ “Roadhouse Blues” alongside guitarist Robby Krieger Saturday at an event celebrating the 50th anniversary of the band’s Morrison Hotel, which was released February 9th, 1970. The singer, who appeared unannounced at the all-star gig, added another great cover to her resume by delivering a searing rendition of the Doors classic joined by Krieger, the Tangiers Blues Band and producer Andrew Watt. Gary Clark Jr., the Struts, Nicole Atkins and Dennis Quaid also took the stage at the celebration at Hollywood’s Sunset Marquis Hotel hosted by John Varvatos and Timothy White. The event also marked the 20-year anniversary of...
Robby Krieger and Lady Gaga 'Light a Fire' in Vegas
The Doors' Robby Krieger jammed with Lady Gaga at intimate Vegas venue on Saturday Monday, November 11, 2019 2 p.m. EST Image courtesy of Credit: Tony Tran (via ABC News Radio) A classic rock legend teamed up with a contemporary pop superstar for a unique performance this Saturday in Las Vegas. Doors guitarist Robby Krieger was on hand to jam with Lady Gaga when Gaga dropped by NoMad Restaurant after her Jazz & Piano residency show at the Park Theater at Park MGM to perform with her longtime friend and collaborator, trumpeter Brian Newman , during his regular residency there....
The Doors' Robby Krieger selling prints of his artwork to benefit MS charity
“Light My Fire” Now Hanging at the Famous Whisky A Go Go
The world-famous Whisky a Go Go on the Sunset Strip; the place where it all began for The Doors back in May of 1966. Back then, it was the Whisky that gave The Doors their first big break. Now, fifty-three years later, Doors guitarist Robby Krieger is giving something back. On March 28th Robby presented his painting titled “Light My Fire” to the Whisky to be hung permanently on the walls of the Whisky a Go Go.