Pamela Des Barres on encounters with Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Keith Moon, Frank Zappa, Jimi Hendrix and more
What should the selectboard in Moultonborough do about the HUB? The answer is nothing. The community has spoken for the fifth time. The community does not support a multi-million dollar community center. Wash your hands of this project. That is what the community said at Town Meeting again. If the HUB group wants to move forward fine but they should not receive any support from the selectboard as the community has spoken.
He’s gone one-on-one with some of the biggest names in music history and had a front row view to the concerts that have defined Rock. Now, journalist Ben Fong-Torres shares those memorable moments that previously could never be shared on the mic.
Patricia Kennealy-Morrison famously said that she and Jim Morrison were wed in June 1970 during a Celtic handfasting ceremony — where they drank each other’s blood. Patricia Kennealy-Morrison was one of the first female rock journalists, a pioneer in the genre who paved the way for countless women in rock today. But she isn’t known primarily for her pioneering work.
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Mesa was unseasonably hazy earlier this month, but it didn’t have anything to do with the weather. For two days of cannabis festivities, live music, and some of Arizona’s best food trucks, cannabis lovers flocked to the East Valley for the sixth annual Spring Errl Cup cannabis festival.
MELBOURNE, Fla. — One of rock’s first icons – Jim Morrison, had humble beginnings in Melbourne before he rocketed into legendary status. As his father was in flight training during World War Two- at what’s now Melbourne Orlando International Airport – Morrison was born at the nearby Brevard Hospital in 1943. It’s now gone.
It’s been a busy couple years for the Jeep brand and its CEO Jim Morrison. Virtually everything in the portfolio has been updated or replaced, with an assortment of all-new products, like the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer models, joining the line-up. Jeep also has begun the process of electrifying...
Few musicians in history have been considered such heady, thoughtful poets as has Jim Morrison, the frontman for the 1960s powerhouse band The Doors. With his curly locks, bare chest, and thoughtful tongue, Morrison raised a number of eyebrows with what he had to say as much as how he said it.
The Morrison family would like to extend an invitation to anyone and everyone to join in for a special day of fundraising, fellowship and basketball at the 25th annual Jim Morrison Memorial Basketball Classic March 26 at Walker-Hackensack-Akeley School. “We have had to pause the event for two years due...
When the Doors released their self-titled debut in 1967, it was a revelation. Vocalist Jim Morrison, keyboardist Ray Manzarek, drummer John Densmore and guitarist Robby Krieger produced a unique mix of rock, blues and jazz that became one of the soundtracks of the Summer of Love. Morrison died in France in 1971, Manzarek in 2013.
On Dec. 8, 1943, the Doors frontman Jim Morrison was born at the Brevard Hospital on U.S. 1 in Melbourne. Now, the birth home of "The Lizard King" is for sale, and the asking price is really going to light your fire. Located at 2100 Vernon Pl., the historic 1,856-square-foot...
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Cody Townsend’s Fifty Project is getting to the point where the lines left on the list are getting gnarlier and gnarlier. His latest adventure (#36) took him deep into the Montana wilderness to attempt a rarely skied line called the Patriarch on the North Face of Glacier Peak just outside Cooke City. It’s a proud line that requires a healthy amount of ropework and ends in a massive cliff that needs to be skirted around. This time, he’s joined by modern ski mountaineering legends Jim Morrison and Hilaree Nelson on a frigid spring mission that challenges the whole crew.
The copyrights of several pop culture icons, including those for singer Jim Morrison and children's book Winnie-the-Pooh, are set to expire next year. The Winnie the Pooh and Morrison copyrights, along with those belonging to novelists Franz Kafka and Ernest Hemingway, singer Mamie Smith, and dozens of others, will be placed in the public domain in the United States. The end of the copyrights means that a single party will no longer own the intellectual rights to those works and that anyone can create or sell merchandise featuring them.
This Week in Connecticut: Flashback to when Jim Morrison was arrested at the New Haven Arena in 1967
(WTNH) – Taking a step back in time today. It was 54 years ago this week when rockstar Jim Morrison was arrested in New Haven. December 9, 1967, The Doors were supposed to headline at the New Haven Arena. Instead of rehearing while the opening act was performing, Morrison was passing the time with a female fan in a shower stall backstage.
For fans of the music of the Doors, "A Guide to the Labyrinth: The Collected Works of Jim Morrison" is a must-read. Exquisitely illustrated, the anthology was published by Morrison's siblings in collaboration with famed Genesis Publications. And the results are simply breathtaking — and you don't have to be a Morrison or Doors devotee to understand why.
Today would be the anniversary of Jim Morrison, lead singer of one of The Doors, one of the most representative bands of the 60s.