- Wild Child Band Members:DAVE BROCK - VOCALSKit Potamkin - KeyboardsGene White - DrumsPat Hennessy - Guitar
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Well, from the moment the band opened the concert with the up tempo “Break on Through” to the closing of the first set with the moody “When The Music’s Over”, the crowd danced and sang along with its approval. After a thirty minute intermission, they started the second set with the rousing “Road House”. Smoke swirled around the stage and the mood changed, like the spirit of the Doors had descended on the performers and we were back in the Whisky-A-Go-Go on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles where it all began. As Wild Child played one hit after another, the fans swayed and chanted each chorus back to the band. When the band ended the second set with, “Light My Fire”, which was the Doors first gigantic hit in 1967, the crowd literally sang the whole song while the lead singer, Dave Brock, stood on the edge of the stage and extended the microphone stand out over the crowd. With whistling, clapping and shouting, the crowd summoned the band back for an encore and the band rewarded them with a rousing version of “LA Woman”. So when the music was over (no, they didn’t turn off the lights), I had to admit to myself that I had become a big fan of the band Wild Child. They had pulled it off. They had successfully recreated a live Doors Concert and if you are a Doors Fan, this show is a must see!