Surving members of The Doors to reunite for show with Krist Novoselic

With the collaboration that nobody ever thought would occur, the surviving members of The Doors will team up with Nirvana’s Krist Novoselic for a benefit concert.

Next week, Robby Krieger and John Densmore will put on a performance in Los Angeles in support of the People Assisting the Homeless organisation.

The event in support of affordable housing in Los Angeles will feature the remaining members of The Doors with a revolving guest list of vocalists.

The 30-minute performance will include Novoselic on bass along with an array of vocalists to fill in for The Lizard King himself, Jim Morrison. These vocalists include but aren’t limited to Micah Nelson, Haley Reinheart, and Dave Stewart of Eurythmics.

After the recent passing of The Doors studio bassist Doug Lubahn last November, The remaining Doors members released an official statement. “Doug made indelible contributions to rock and roll, and especially to The Doors,” the post read. The band also released a 50th-anniversary edition of their album The Soft Parade last year with previously unreleased material from the same sessions.

Novoselic has also been busy in recent months. Most recently, the bassist reunited for a one-off performance with his Nirvana comrades Dave Grohl and Pat Smear. The concert featured a similar revolving door of vocalists including St. Vincent and Beck.

The Homeward Bound event will take place on January 23rd at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles.

For more information about the concert and to make a donation, check out the event here.