Dennis Quaid Joins The Doors’ Robby Krieger For An Epic Performance At The Whisky A Go Go


Actor Dennis Quaid recently had the chance to live out a rock ‘n roll fantasy when he took the stage with Robby Krieger, one of the last surviving members of the iconic band The Doors. The surprise performance took place at the legendary Whisky a Go Go.

Key Takeaway

Dennis Quaid, renowned actor, surprises fans by joining Robby Krieger onstage at the Whisky a Go Go to perform “Riders on the Storm” with The Doors. Quaid’s passion for music and his deep Christian faith continue to inspire him to pursue various musical ventures.

Quaid, known for his acting skills, showed off his impressive musical talent as he stepped into the shoes of the late Jim Morrison to front the band for their classic hit, “Riders on the Storm.” The crowd at the West Hollywood venue was delighted by Quaid’s performance.

A Tribute to a Legend

The night was a tribute to Mikeal Maglieri, the owner of the Whisky and Rainbow Bar & Grill, who sadly passed away the previous month. Quaid, who has always had a passion for music, has previously played gigs with his own band, The Sharks. He even wrote and performed the song “Closer to You” for the 1987 film “The Big Easy.”

Inspired by Faith

Known for his deep Christian faith, Dennis Quaid drew on his religious beliefs earlier this year to release “Fallen: A Gospel Record for Sinners.” The album, which was inspired by his Baptist upbringing in Texas, debuted at No. 1 on the Top Christian/Gospel Albums chart.