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Ray Manzarek & Robby Krieger

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Riders On The Storm

Helping Robby Krieger take a Southern California audience on a trip to the past during a Doors performance at Universal Amphitheatre. Rick Diamond / WireImage

February 7, 2003 | 

Riders On The Storm

Sunfest, gets going, with the Doors of the 21st Century and a eerily familiar looking Ian Astbury on West Palm Beach's waterfront. Michele C. Lombardo

May 2, 2004 |