An Evening with Robby Krieger By James Famera Posted: 01/11/2011 04:06:09 PM PST
Jim Morrison may have been the face and voice of The Doors' music, but the writer behind some of their best-known songs was guitarist Robby Krieger. Some of the Krieger-penned tunes include "Love Me Two Times," "Love Her Madly," and the song that got The Doors a lifetime ban from the Ed Sullivan Show, "Light My Fire." This Friday at the Grammy Museum, Krieger will perform a few tracks off his Grammy-nominated instrumental album, Singularity, followed by an interview with Grammy Foundation Vice President, Scott Goldman, and a Q&A with the audience. As accomplished as Krieger is as a solo artist, I'm guessing even he knows the most asked question will probably be, "Is Jim Morrison really dead?"
Just The Facts
What: An Evening with Robby Krieger
Where: The Grammy Museum, 800 W. Olympic Blvd., Ste. A245, Downtown
When: Friday, January 14th at 8pm
Tickets: Admission is $20. Tickets can be purchased at the Museum Box Office or online at Ticketmaster.com. All proceeds benefit The Grammy Museum.