Still no concerts to go to? Still no problem.

The Blimp brings you rock shows from the greatest bands of all time right into your living room. Or maybe head outside, if the spring weather wants to party too. Connect the WBLM App to the biggest Bluetooth speaker you've got, get some chairs around the firepit, and crack some cold ones.

It's the return of The WBLM Saturday Night Concert Series.

Last fall, we rocked live with mind-blowing performances from Led Zeppelin, Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers, Def Leppard, Van Halen, Aerosmith and many more. .

Who else is gonna do that for ya on the radio? Nobody, my friend.

This weekend we proudly present an historic show from The Doors. It's a superb, vintage June 1970 performance captured live in Vancouver British Columbia Canada on their Roadhouse Blues tour.

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That trek across North America was in support of the legendary album, Morrison Hotel which turned 50 years old in February of 2020.

The 1970 Roadhouse Blues tour and and a few shows in December to promote the upcoming album LA Woman would be Jim Morrison's last live appearances with the Doors. He died the next summer on July 3, 1971.

Join us for the explosive power of all-time classics like Roadhouse Blues, Back Door Man, Light My Fire and more, made even more electrifying with The Doors live on stage.

The WBLM Saturday Night Concert Series is back starting at 7pm starring John Densmore, Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek and Jim Morrison.

Special guest, blues guitar great Albert King joins them for Money, Rock Me, Little Red Rooster and Who Do You Love.

  Listen here to The Doors with Albert King performing BB King's Rock Me.

Here's everything they played on that historic night nearly 51 years ago.

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