Plus, the band’s Los Angeles hometown declares January 4th “Day of The Doors”.
Fifty years later, Jim Morrison’s poetry sounds beautiful and misanthropic.
Here’s a Friday the 13th soundtrack that never fails to frighten.
A little Stones and Doors alongside Katy Perry might be the ticket.
David Bowie, Pink Floyd, Guns N’ Roses, and Joy Division threads can be yours for about $200.
Featuring Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl, Slash, Joe Walsh, and many more.
DCFC support Kintsugi, while the show’s surprise guests sing “Hello, I Love You”.
Newly unearthed interview hears The Velvet Underground leader discussing his contemporaries.
The Stone Roses, Nas, Rage Against the Machine, and Arcade Fire all have something in common.
Kendrick Lamar, Tina Fey, David Byne, James Franco, and more pick their preferred Beatle.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer unfurls a pair of covers at London’s Bush Hall.
The self-produced piece was shelved some 46 years ago.