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The Washington Post
The night The Doors tore it up at the Alexandria Roller Rink
The Doors pose with WPGC DJ Jack Alix, holding a copy of GO Magazine between his teeth, before The Doors' show at the Alexandria Roller Rink on Aug. 18, 1967.
Wed Jun 19, 2013
Indie Memphis rock movies return to Levitt Shell; Big Star film to premiere
June 19--Search our databases Unseen for almost 20 years, a filmed record of Big Star's historic 1994 homecoming reunion show at the New Daisy on Beale Street has been edited into a feature that will have its premiere this summer as part of the third annual Indie Memphis "Concert Film Series" at the Levitt Shell.
Woman stabbed to death on Hollywood's 'Walk of Fame'
A fan is photographed on the Hollywood Walk of Fame star of Ray Manzarek of The Doors on Monday in Los Angeles.
'New' prehistoric lizard called after Jim Morrison
A new species of lizard doesn't come along every day. Even less common is a new lizard species named for a 1960s rock star.
Q&A: John Densmore on Reconciling With the Doors
For a full decade, the Doors were at war with one another, entangled in dueling lawsuits and memoirs and locked in disputes over the licensing of their music and use of the Doors name on the road.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
New Manzarek-Rogers 'Twisted Tales' CD released today to honor late Doors member
Roy Rogers, one half of the Rogers- Ray Manzarek duo, said the new "Twisted Tales" CD, which was released Tuesday, is in honor of the late Doors keyboardist.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Ray Manzarek Roy Rogers release Twisted Tales
Ray Manzarek was a busy man the last ten years touring with the Manzarek-Krieger Band, with the Manzarek-Rogers Band, releasing the CD Piano Poems with beat poet Michael McClure, and he also appeared for the last couple of years with X in playing mostly in L.A. or northern California.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Northwest Music Scene
Ray Manzarek, The Doors, Tacos, Joy
I've been on a Doors kick lately, the music swirling constantly in my brain much like it did when I first discovered them way back in high school, and it's because Ray Manzarek died three weeks ago.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
John Densmore from The Doors Book Signing
KPFK Radio presents a special book signing at Amoeba Hollywood with John Densmore, the drummer of the legendary band, The Doors, signing copies of his new book The Doors Unhinged .
Killing time with a cup of tea
"Just bear with me, I'm making myself a morning cup of tea," hollers Killing Joke frontman Jaz Coleman, on the phone from an island off the coast of Thailand.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
The Flimsy Hilarity of This Is the End
First, a quibble: If you're going to make an apocalypse comedy entitled This Is the End , go ahead and pony up whatever it costs to get rights to The Doors.
Roger Daltrey steps in for Manzarek Krieger
With the death of Ray Manzarek the Manzarek-Krieger Band has cancelled from the OC County Fair this coming August 10th.
Amy Winehouse and the 27 Club, by Howard Sounes - review
As an early dedicated fan of the Doors, who ran away from boarding school just so that I could catch my idols playing the massive Isle of Wight festival I approached this book with more than casual interest.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
All About Jazz
CD/DOWNLOAD/ALBUM: The Doors Launch Interactive Ipad App, Exclusively on the App Store
The Doors are once again poised to break on through with a first-of- its-kind iPad app, THE DOORS, available exclusively on the App Store.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
The Night Jim Morrison Returned to Alexandria
Boundary Stones , a local history blog from WETA dedicated to sharing interesting stories and historical nuggets about Virginia, Maryland the District, recently researched an infamous night in Alexandria's history- the 1967 evening Jim Morrison returned to the town where he spent much of his youth to perform with The Doors.
Julie Brody can't stop listening to the music
Phoenix. Cage the Elephant. Emperor of the Sun. Young the Giant. Whether these words/names mean anything to you is a good litmus test of your hipness to today's music scene.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
The Morning Call
REVIEW: Billy Idol's show at Sands Bethlehem Center is more Rebel Sell than Rebel Yell
With the 1980s now 30 years in the rear view mirror, its big music artists have basically fallen into two categories: Those who have become oldies acts or parodies of themselves, and those who have continued to rock out, calendar be damned.
KCSB-FM Santa Barbara
When the Music's Over: Ray Manzarek and The Doors (1939-2013)...
On this week's edition of 'Rock It Properly,' we salute the musician, producer, and writer with selections by The Doors, X, and Echo & the Bunnymen, featuring: Deep Cuts, Live Tracks, Poetry, Covers, Remixes, and plenty of Doors Trivia! Join me on the KCSB Airwaves and we'll be sure to turn out the lights when the music's over.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
The Doors 'Strange Days' from London Fog leaks out
Doors fans have been awaiting the release of a CD of the tapes from a performance at The London Fog in May 1966.
Fan tributes to Ray Manzarek
Ray Manzarek 's death on May 20 was shocking to a lot of fans because we didn't even know Ray was sick and all his recent pictures he looked robust and healthy, so fans were taken aback, shocked and there was some even early rumor that it was a faked announcement .