wild child - The Ultimate Tribute to the Doors
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The last date listed for Wild Child was Saturday January 24, 2004 / 8:00pm.
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Quotes & Highlights
“The best [Doors tribute band] I’ve heard is wild child.” —Cleveland Free Times
“Wild Child unscrews the top of your head and pours words, music, ideas, emotions and feelings into your mind.” —Frank Lisciandro, author of An Hour for Magic.
“Wild Child is the best DOORS tribute that I have ever seen and I have seen them all.” —Danny Sugerman, co-author of No One Here Gets Out Alive.
wild child recreates the incredible, psychedelic experience of legendary rock band The Doors.
With frontman Dave Brock, whose looks, vocals, and stage antics capture the essence of Jim Morrison, wild child performs legendary Doors songs from “Strange Days,” “Morrison Hotel” and much more.
“The way they play the music is uncanny. I saw wild child and they know Jim’s moves and raps as well as he did. The drummer did something on ‘Break on Through’ which was so interesting, I stole it back!”
—John Densmore of The Doors
“This is as close as you’ll get to the real thing.”
—Ray Manzarek of The Doors