enDOORSments


"The best one I've heard is Wild Child ..."

ROBBY KRIEGER
THE DOORS
2003 Cleveland Free Times

 

"... the way they play the music is uncanny. I saw Wild Child and they know Jim's moves and raps as well as he did. The drummer did something on "Break on Through" which was so interesting, I stole it back!"

JOHN DENSMORE
THE DOORS



"This is as close as you'll get to the real thing."

RAY MANZAREK
THE DOORS



"Wild Child unscrews the top of your head and pours words, music, ideas, emotions and feelings into your mind."

FRANK LISCIANDRO
AUTHOR of "AN HOUR FOR MAGIC"

 


"Dave Brock comes closest to capturing the look and spirit of Jim Morrison ... and the band ain't bad either."

DANNY SUGERMAN
Co-Author "NO ONE HERE GETS OUT ALIVE"



" ... I was at The Whisky Saturday night and saw the band Wild Child ... these guys were excellent !! Not a cartoon version of The Doors but a very loving, respectful, accurate and well done tribute to The Doors."

JIM LADD
Radio Personality
Author of "RADIO WAVES"

"I like to think of The Doors' music and poetry as museum pieces, with each song a different painting, sculpture or work of art. This art has many meanings, faces and sounds; some pleasant, some not, but all very important. I love what The Doors put together and the people they gathered together. The most I could ever expect to do with Wild Child is to perhaps hold the door open for a while longer." Dave Brock

JAN MORRIS
THE DOORS COLLECTORS MAGAZINE


Think of it as performance art - much the same way Morrison thought of the Doors, though Brock doesn't go so far as to expose himself or incite riots. Now, after a decade of fine-tuning and constant touring, the show attracts a fanatical following.

BEN WENER
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER


WILD CHILD A WINNER

"so the question hanging in the Bacchanal air was whether Brock would withstand the scrutiny of the suddenly curious, or wither under the stare of several hundred people thinking 'OK, let's see it' in unison.

Conclusion: The guy did it, and with such precision and feeling and sweaty intensity that it got a little eerie."

SAN DIEGO COUNTY
LOS ANGELES TIMES


"What's amazing is that Brock sings like Morrison, enough to imperil the snowflake analogy about no two sets of vocal chords being able to produce the exact same tone."

JOHN D'AGOTINO
SAN DIEGO COUNTY
LOS ANGELES TIMES

"Brock creates a virtual second coming of Morrison - vocally and visually - and accomplishes it with minimalist production that emphasizes the authenticity of the music and the accuracy of the presentation. He's in character every second he's on stage."

DAVE WIELENGA
L.B. Press Telegram


 

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