PERRY FARRELL To Record With THE DOORS?

Trent McMartin of Canada's Soul Shine magazine has issued the following report:

According to the Perry Farrell fan pageAintNoRight.com, the surviving members of THE DOORS have approached ex–JANE'S ADDICTION singer Perry Farrell to record an album with them. This August Farrell will perform with THE DOORS at the VH1 taping of "Decades".

Recent rumors indicated that Farrell was producing an unreleased Jim Morrison track titled "Woman in the Window", which he planned to feature on the upcoming album from his new project, SATELLITE PARTY.

Farrell was spotted playing a live acoustic set opening for SUICIDAL TENDENCIES at the premiere after-party of the new movie "Lords of Dogtown". Two of the surviving members of THE DOORS, Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger, will be appearing in their new incarnation as THE DOORS OF THE 21ST CENTURY this summer at the travelling Strange Days Festival. The festival will also feature VANILLA FUDGE, YARDBIRDS, STEPPENWOLF and PAT TRAVERS.

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