Hits galore as Doors Alive play at Flowerpot

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The Doors Alive hit the stage at The Flowerpot in Derby on Friday, September 19, with their acclaimed tribute act.

The Doors Alive are a British tribute band who present an enthralling representation of the legendary 1960s rock gods The Doors.

The band re-create the sound, look, presence and magic of a real 1960s Doors concert, perfectly and effortlessly transporting the audience back in time with classic hits such as Light My Fire, When The Music’s Over, Riders On The Storm, The End and many more.

Then, on Saturday, September 20, there’s the welcome return to the King Street venue of The Nimmo Brothers.

The band is hailed as one of the finest exponents of electric blues around and are playing to packed houses all over the UK and the rest of Europe.

Guitarist siblings Stevie and Alan Nimmo from Glasgow first performed together professionally in the late 1990s and have since gone on to highlight the best in powerhouse British rock and blues. Their material is rooted in the traditions of the British blues boom of the 1960s but includes enough rock elements to keep most blues/rock fans happy.

Doors open at 8pm for both gigs.

Admission is £10 for The Doors Alive and £12 for The Nimmo Brothers.

Advance tickets are available from The Flowerpot and RAW Promotions, as well as online at www.rawpromo.co.uk