The Doors: Live at the Isle of Wight 1970 (Relix, March 14, 2018)

Live at the Isle of Wight 1970

Jim Morrison was still facing a possible three-year prison term stemming from trumped-up indecent exposure/profanity charges in Miami the preceding year when The Doors—who had multiple dates cancelled in the wake of the incident—took the stage at England’s Isle of Wight Festival at 2 a.m. in August of 1970. Morrison, by that time, was bearded …

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John Densmore to Take Part In Panel At Asbury Park Music & Film Festival

The Asbury Park Music & Film Festival (APMFF) has added John Densmore, drummer of The Doors, to a panel discussion following the world premiere of Break On Thru: A Celebration of Ray Manzarek and The Doors, on Saturday, April 28th at 12:45pm at the House of Independents in Asbury Park. For more information please visit

THE DOORS’ Robby Krieger & John Densmore To Honor Ray Manzarek at LA Concert!


‘A Celebration For Ray Manzarek’ concert will take place at The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles On Friday, February 12th. Show to feature Robby Krieger, John Densmore, Rami Jaffee, Robert Deleo, John Doe, Exene, Stephen Perkins, plus very special surprise guests! All proceeds will benefit Stand Up To Cancer. WHAT: A Celebration for Ray Manzarek …

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Today in The Doors history: January 4, 1967


“The eponymous debut of The Doors took popular music into areas previously thought impossible. The incitement to expand one’s consciousness of opener ‘Break on Through’ was just the beginning of its incendiary agenda.” – BBC on “The Doors” released today in 1967.

A Holiday Message From John Densmore

A few years ago, my friends wrote this song. After the recent events in Paris and other attacks all over the world, I was looking for a way to put out some positive vibes in the world. I found that this song inspired me. So, here’s a holiday wish from me to you.

Sometimes, it just happens

“He was my friend, we were college buddies, we put a band together and the band became famous, and we realised our artistic vision. Who’s going to write better poetry than Jim Morrison?” –Ray Manzarek to MOJO, December 1997.

On Jim, by Bruce Botnick

“Very, very polite. Incredibly well read. A great conversationalist. Artists like him, they see things and they’re on such a high plane that it’s difficult for them to have somebody to be on the same plane with. Jim was like that.” –Bruce Botnick

The Official Doors App

The Doors App

THE DOORS Official App brings The Doors’ story to life with a rich, immersive experience that delves deeply into every aspect of The Doors’ incandescent career. Recently updated, the app now features a new look and feel with easier navigation and a section devoted to remembering Ray Manzarek. Now just $2.99, the app includes: A …

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