Tuesday Jul 29
Rewinding The Charts: On July 29, 1967, The Doors'...
With his skintight leather pants, come-hither looks and sex appeal, The Doors frontman, Jim Morrison, was the quintessential rock god of the late '60s.
John Densmore wins lawsuit against The Doors of the 21st Century
Doors history isn't all in ancient past when your grandparents were young, Jim Morrison noted 'we're passing through history' and there is some Doors history of the recent past.
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James Durbin and his band take on the Doors and Led Zeppelin in 'Destroy the Night'
James Durbin, center, and Dale Ockerman, second from right, will be performing music by the Doors and Led Zeppelin at the Rio Theater in Santa Cruz.
Rock Hall Anniversary: The Doors' The Soft Parade
In July 1969, The Doors released their fourth album The Soft Parade . Despite being a top ten album, as well as going on to being certified platinum, it is considered to be their weakest album with frontman Jim Morrison.
Jim Morrison and Ray Manzarek bump into each other on Venice Beach?
The fictionalized version, from Oliver Stone's "The Doors" movie, of Jim Morrison and Ray Manzarek's famous meeting on Venice Beach in July 1965.
Today in History for July 3rd
Highlights of this day in history: Union forces win the Battle of Gettysburg in the American Civil War; George Washington takes charge of the Continental Army; Algeria gains independence; Actor Tom Cruise born; Singer Jim Morrison dies.