Doors' Sammy Hagar and Robby Krieger perform "Roadhouse Blues" as a preview of an episode of Hagar's musical, musical and touristic series Rock and Roll Road Trip, aired July 14th at 8pm ET on AXS TV.
The episode takes place in Los Angeles and revolves around the benefit concert "America Salutes: Guitar Legends II", which aims to raise funds and raise awareness among veterans and first responders about mental health issues. and well-being. Hagar and Krieger performed "Roadhouse Blues" during the show and the clip offers a glimpse into their 1970s classic interpretation of horns.
Krieger also sits for an interview with Hagar and discusses how the Doors approach their lyrics politically and socially. "Jim used to say that when he wrote anyway – he was trying to tell me to write like that – it's a mirror of society," Krieger says. "Do not try to preach what you think it should be, but just a mirror."
With Krieger, the episode of Hagar's L.A. Rock and Roll Road Trip An interview with blues guitarist Joe Bonamassa, who accidentally played in the Bloodline group with Hagar's son Aaron Hagar and Krieger's son Waylon Krieger (the band also included Berry Oakley, son of Berry Oakley of the band). Allman Brothers, Erin Davis, son of Miles Davis).