added: 3 Dec 2012 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
On December 5th, fans of The Doors will have the opportunity to watch Jim Morrison, Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek, & John Densmore like never-seen-before live in concert on Facebook.
Qello, the music entertainment digital streaming service, along with Eagle Rock Entertainment are hosting a Facebook Digital Premiere of The Doors 1968 live concert at the Hollywood Bowl, which is considered to be the band's finest concert on film.
The film of this historic concert has been meticulously restored using the original camera negatives; the audio has been remixed and mastered and three unreleased tracks have been resurrected, marking the first time the concert can be seen in its entirety.
The Doors keyboardist, Ray Manzarek says, 'the quality is stunning, mind-blowing; it's like being there right on that Hollywood Bowl stage with me, Jim, John, and Robby.'
A ticket to the Facebook Digital Premiere comes with a trove of treats for music fans; for $4.99 ticket holders get:
o Access to watch LIVE AT THE BOWL '68 for 30-days.
o Access to participate in the *LIVE Q&A with Ray Manzarek on Dec.5th (immediately following the premiere) hosted by legendary Rolling Stone editor, Ben Fong-Torres, who was the last known reporter to interview Jim Morrison before his death.
o Access to The Doors Box Set, including When You're Strange, The Doors Live in Europe '68, and The Doors Classic Album.
o Free 30-day All-Access Pass to Qello's entire library of HD Concerts and Music Documentaries available on up to five devices.
All of the above is FREE for Qello All-Access subscribers.
Tickets are available on the Facebook Digital Premiere page at: http://apps.facebook.com/thedoorslive/
*The Live Q&A with Ray Manzarek is available to anyone who purchases a ticket to the Digital Premiere or anyone who is a Qello All-Access subscriber. Questions can be posted to the Facebook Digital Premiere page as early as November 28.
Hosting the event is legendary Rolling Stones reporter Ben Fong-Torres, who conducted the last interview with Jim Morrison before he died. Underscoring his history as a renowned rock and roll editor, Ben Fong-Torres' character was featured in the movie Almost Famous.