The Doors was one of the notable bands in the ’60s and ’70s, but their existence was short-lived as they existed for just eight years. The band disbanded two years after the death of lead singer Jim Morrison in 1971, who died tragically at the age of 27 in Paris of a reported heroin overdose.
The Doors’ John Densmore celebrating release of paperback version of ‘The Seekers’ with virtual Q&A tonight
Doors drummer recently published a paperback version of his 2020 book The Seekers: Meetings with Remarkable Musicians (and Other Artists), and to promote the new release, Densmore will take part in a Zoom Q&A event tonight at 7 p.m. ET that will be streamed live via Dice.fm. During the event,...
The deluxe 50th anniversary reissue of The Doors‘ classic 1971 album L.A. Woman was released Friday. The three-CD/one-LP collection features a newly remastered version of the album on one CD, and two CDs of unreleased studio outtakes, as well as a new stereo mix of the original album pressed on 180-gram vinyl.
The Doors’ Robby Krieger, John Densmore Talk 50 Years of ‘LA Woman’: “Maybe it was the First Punk Album”
Not everyone can say they picked up the notorious murderer Charles Manson while he was hitchhiking. Jim Morrison is one person who had this story, and many more—mostly poetry-turned lyrics of The Doors seminal sixth album LA Woman. Talking about LA Woman 50 years later, The Doors guitarist Robby Krieger...