the doors

The Doors Disobey Ed Sullivan
It was a Sunday night on September 17, 1967, and I remember tuning into to watch The Ed Sullivan Show and see The Doors performing Light My Fire and People Are Strange. This would be the last time they would be on the show.
Remembering Ray Manzarek Of The Doors On His Birthday
Today, February 12, 1939, one of the greatest keyboard players in rock and roll was born in Chicago. Raymond Daniel Manzarek Jr. is the name on the birth certificate. Member of The Doors, Ray Manzarek to my mind one of the coolest musicians /people around...
Jim Morrison’s Apartment Furnishings for Sale
Well, here's something interesting for Doors fans: According to a recent Craiglist posting, the owner of the Los Angeles building that's said to be Jim Morrison's last known U.S. residence is selling furnishings from his apartment.
The Doors Announce Archival ‘R-Evolution’ DVD
Early television appearances, music films and rare footage will make up the bulk of the Doors' 'R-Evolution' DVD, which will be released later this year. The band just announced the project, which will also be available as a deluxe edition featuring a 40-page book of lyrics and photos…
Jim Morrison Rebels On Ed Sullivan Show
It was on this night in 1967 which was a Sunday on CBS television live from New York City on “The Ed Sullivan Show” that Jim Morrison of The Doors went against the media powers and sang the lyric from “Light My Fire”, “Girl, we couldn’t get much HIGHER”.

Load More Articles