The Black Moods Cover ‘Roadhouse Blues’ Featuring Robby Krieger, Diamante

Black Moods with Robby Krieger - Tracy Hang photo
Black Moods' Josh Kennedy with Robby Krieger - Tracy Hang photo

Release – Modern classic rock trio The Black Moods have unveiled an extended version of their cover of The Doors’ 1970s hit “Roadhouse Blues” featuring The Doors’ guitarist Robby Krieger and rock singer-songwriter Diamante.

The Black Moods have shared the track plus an extended music video featuring behind-the-scenes clips of the recording session with Krieger and Diamante at Krieger’s Los Angeles studio, Love Street Sound.

“Playing ‘Roadhouse Blues’ with the man that wrote it was life changing,” said The Black Moods vocalist-guitarist Josh Kennedy. “It’s something I never ever thought I’d have a chance of doing having grown up in a small town in the Ozarks.”

“Lately, I seem to meet more and more young musicians who are into The Doors,” Krieger said. “It was really fun recording ‘Roadhouse Blues’ with The Black Moods. They seem to connect with ’60’s style music.”

The Black Moods have rocked stages across North America alongside acts including The Doors’ Krieger, Shinedown, Jane’s Addiction, Whitesnake, Collective Soul, The Dead Daisies and The Gin Blossoms as well as appearing at festivals such as Aftershock, Luna Del Lago and Roger Clyne’s Circus Mexicus. The band is hitting the road in 2024 with new material.

The band finished 2023 with an opening show for Rick Springfield in their hometown of Phoenix, AZ and will perform their first show of 2024 on February 4 at Phoenix’s Celebrity Theatre with multi-platinum singer-songwriter and guitarist Orianthi. The trio will then perform a headlining show on March 9 in Chandler, AZ at SanTan Gardens which will include the relaunch of their limited-edition “Bad News” Bourbon in collaboration with SanTan Brewing.

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2/4 Phoenix, AZ – Celebrity Theatre (with Orianthi)
3/9 Chandler, AZ – SanTan Gardens

Check out ‘Roadhouse Blues’ with Robby Krieger here: