The Doors Drummer John Densmore’s Former Hollywood Hills Home Lists for $2.19M
Rock and roll lives on in the history of this Tudor-inspired 1938 home in Hollywood Hills. Previously owned by The Doors drummer and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member John Densmore, the home played host to band rehearsals downstairs in a room made from the garage. Led by frontman Jim Morrison, the LA-born 1960s […]
Fans Honor Jim Morrison in Paris 50 Years After His Death
Paris on Saturday was the only place to be for die-hard Jim Morrison fans. Fifty years after his death at age 27, rock music lovers from France and across the world came to the Pere-Lachaise cemetery in eastern Paris where The Doors’ frontman is buried. Many brought candles and pictures, and some burned incense sticks […]
‘Laurel Canyon: A Place in Time’: TV Review
THR review: Alison Ellwood's two-part doc 'Laurel Canyon: A Place in time' celebrates the rustic neighborhood that nurtured a historic confluence of singer-songwriters and rock innovators in late-1960s/early-'70s Los Angeles.
Steve Martin, The Doors and Radiohead Albums Named to National Recording Registry
Hits from The Righteous Brothers, Ben E. King and Johnny Mercer also made this year's list of 25 recordings to be preserved.
Pioneering Radio Syndicator Tom Rounds Dies at 77
The "American Top 40" producer was a rock festival, music video and international radio syndication innovator.
Dave Diamond, Legendary Rock Radio Deejay, Dies at 77
UPDATE: “The Diamond Mine,” a nightly mix of acid rock and psychedelic poetry, was a big hit in Los Angeles and San Francisco in the late 1960s. He was one of the first to play The Doors.
The Doors’ Robby Krieger, John Densmore Reunite to Remember Ray Manzarek
"John and I are back on track," says Krieger, who is currently building a public studio in Glendale. "Too bad it took Ray's passing to cause that. But I am happy that we are."
Whisky a Go Go: Where Janis Joplin, The Doors and Marilyn Monroe Partied on the Sunset Strip
The legendary music club celebrates its 50th anniversary on Jan. 16.
William Shatner Teams With Members of Yes, Foreigner, The Doors for Prog-Rock Album
With "Ponder the Mystery" (out Oct. 8), the "Star Trek" icon goes for the far-out -- again.
Moby on Hero Worship, L.A. Living, Sobriety: ‘Life Is Messy’
The multi-instrumentalist sits down with THR at Sonos Space to talk about his forthcoming album, "Innocents," and look back at a life back East that was anything but.
New Jim Morrison Doc Focuses on Doors Singer’s Early Years
A Kickstarter campaign was recently launched to raise funds for "Before the End: Jim Morrison Comes of Age," a film exploring the rock legend's youth and featuring exclusive interviews with family members and friends.
Surviving Members of The Doors May Reunite
After years of litigious feuding, guitarist Robby Krieger and drummer John Densmore will come together to honor late keyboardist Ray Manzarek.