VILLAGE THEATRE - 06/11/1967

NEW YORK, NY - U.S.A.

 

Venue Address: 105 2nd Ave. - New York, NY 
Promotion: Sid Bernstein & Fred Weintraub/WOR
Event: WOR-FM's First Anniversary Show

Also Performing:
Janis Ian
The Blues Project
The Chambers Brothers
Richie Havens
Jeremy and the Satyrs
WOR-FM Personalities:
Jim Lounsbury
Johnny Michaels
Scott Muni
Murray The K
Rosko Mercer

Setlist:
 
Early Show
Alabama Song
(Incomplete)
Late Show
When The Music's Over
(Incomplete)

Recordings / Film:
16mm Stage Film

Photographers:
David Hoff

Reviews / Info:
-These are Bill Siddons first performances as road manager.
-These performances are heavily advertised by WOR radio (98.7FM) for their 1st anniversary celebration.
-7:00pm & 9:45pm scheduled start times.
-Concert announcers include Rosko Mercer, Murray The K, and other radio personalities from WOR.
-Approx. 2,700 in attendance during both performances.
-The Doors are the highlight of the evening and reviews are positive.
-The Doors perform at the Village Theatre again on September 9th, 1967.
-Bill Graham re-opens this venue as the Fillmore East on March 8th, 1968.


16MM COLOR FILM



Village Theater

Info:

Following performances at Tamalpais Mountain Theater and the Fillmore Auditorium on the previous day, The Doors are in New York for a performance at the Village Theatre, later known as the Fillmore East. This footage appears to be of excellent quality, however its complete contents are still unknown.


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