Amanda Edwards/WireImageShortly after the death of Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek in May 2013, the group’s surviving members, drummer John Densmore and guitarist Robby Krieger, announced that they intended to organize a concert honoring their late band mate. As the two-year anniversary of Manzarek’s passing approaches, though, the tribute show still hasn’t taken place, but Densmore and Krieger both insist that they will make it happen.

“It’s difficult getting famous musicians all together in one city in one night,” Densmore recently told ABC Radio. “We’ll do it. I mean, I don’t care if it’s the Whisky a Go Go [in Los Angeles] or Madison Square Garden [in New York]. We’ll do it somewhere.”

The 70-year-old drummer says he thinks the concert now may take place sometime in the spring or summer.

Meanwhile, in a separate interview with ABC Radio, Krieger also admitted that the challenge of “trying to get a lot of great people together” for the concert was a factor in why it’s taken so long to put together. Robby also suggested that while the show most likely will take place in the Los Angeles area, a second concert in a different location also was as possibility.

“Who knows?” said Krieger. “Maybe if everybody has enough fun we’ll, we’ll do one back East too.”

For years, Densmore’s relationship with Krieger and Manzarek had been strained, mainly because of disagreements over the use of the Doors’ name, but John and Robby have patched up their differences since Ray’s death. Krieger now says he’d be happy to collaborate with Densmore on new music.

Speaking about new music, Robby told ABC Radio that he’s more than halfway done with a follow-up to his 2010 solo album, Singularity. Krieger also is getting ready to head out on a brief tour with a band whose lineup includes his son, Waylon, as well as two longtime members of the Manzarek-Krieger Band — drummer Ty Dennis and bassist Phil Chen. The trek, which is scheduled from a show this Friday in Medina, Minnesota, through an April 11 gig in Albany, New York, will celebrate 50 years of The Doors.

Here are all of Krieger’s upcoming tour dates, according to RobbyKrieger.com:

3/13 — Medina, MN, Medina Entertainment Center
3/14 — Milwaukee, WI, Potawatomi Casino
3/15 — St. Charles, IL, Arcada Theatre
4/3 — Collingswood, NJ, Scottish Rite Auditorium
4/4 — Tarrytown, NY, Tarrytown Music Hall
4/5 — New York, NY, City Winery (two shows)
4/7 — Huntington, NY, The Paramount
4/8 — Ridgefield, CT, The Ridgefield Playhouse
4/10 — Asbury Park, NJ, The Stone Pony
4/11 — Albany, NY, The Egg

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