Boy George and Jack Black paid tribute to Jim Morrison with a solid duet performance of the hit song, Hello, I Love You.
During a recent appearance on Conan, Boy George was asked to identify some of his biggest musical influences over the years.
— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) July 14, 2015
The 54-year-old singer did not hesitate to mention quite a few legendary bands from the 1970s — including The Doors.
“I never really got past the 70s, you know – Stones, Beatles, The Doors, Bowie, punk rock, Siouxsie and the Banshees…”
Conan O’Brien responded to Boy George’s list by expressing how much of a surprise it was to hear that The Doors were added to the list.
“It’s funny. So much of that makes sense to me, but when you say The Doors, I don’t hear that influence.”
Actor Jack Black interfered by standing up for The Doors, defending them in response to Conan’s comments. The Tenacious D lead singer credited Jim Morrison with having the best yell. Boy George and Jack Black were then invited to perform a song by The Doors, accompanied by The Doors’ longtime guitarist, Robby Krieger.
Boy George even shared the moment with his Twitter followers.
I did actually just rock out with Robbie Krieger ‘The Doors’ & JackBlackComedy on Conan! @tbs_tv
— Boy George (@BoyGeorge) July 14, 2015
Two key points were made apparently clear to viewers, fans, and critics from the performance: Boy George and Jack Black still have it, and apparently, Robby Krieger never lost it.
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