Rhodehouse - Doors Tribute Band - Greenville, RI

by Dan Sullivan
(Greenville, RI)



Rhodehouse is a Doors Tribute Band based in Northern Rhode Island. The spirit of the music lives on with a great mix of the band’s live performances, studio classics, and those rare deeper cuts, poetry, and style you would expect from The Doors themselves. Rhodehouse is available for local and regional New England bookings, as well as, theatres, clubs, festivals and private parties.

All of your favorite Doors Songs: Who Do You Love, Light My Fire, LA Woman, People are Strange, The End, When the Music’s Over, Break on Through, Love Her Madly, Peace Frog, Moonlight Drive, Crystal Ship, Love Me Two Times, Alabama Song, Waiting for the Sun, Rider’s on the Storm, Touch Me, Back Door Man, The Wasp, Wild Child, Touch Me, The Changeling, and more.

Dan Sullivan, on vocals, delivers a powerful re-creation of Jim Morrison’s voice, poetry, and spirit.

Peter Volante, on guitar, has 30 years experience, playing all over New England, and venues in Las Vegas.

George Stratton, on keyboards, captures the textures and voicings of the Manzareks keyboards that are essentital to recreating the doors sound.

Denis Silvia, on drums, brings his 30 years experience and jazz-oriented stylings to The Doors' music.

Bobby Whitaker, on bass, brings his rock solid play to the stage.

Rhodehouse is dedicated to bringing their audiences the best possible renditions of all The Doors classic hits. A real treat for hardcore and casual Doors' fans.

We are willing to travel anywhere in the New England area, and will travel further for the right gig.

Entertainer Contact Information For Event Bookings:

Dan Sullivan
phone: 401-349-3675

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