The Doors celebrate “The Day Of The Doors” with the reveal of “Doors Junction”

John signs

In 2017, the city of Los Angeles declared January 4 “The Day of The Doors.” This year on The Day of The Doors, Encino city councilman declared the intersection of Densmore Avenue and Morrison Street in Encino “Doors Junction.” The council member appeared alongside John Densmore to mark the occasion with new street signs and …

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The Doors Reflect On Earliest Concerts; Jim Morrison’s Genius

Read the article in full at Rolling Stone. “When I think about the beginning of the Doors, it feels like a strange, beautiful psychedelic dream that happened,” John Densmore says. “I guess it happened.” The drummer has been reassessing the band’s salad days because he recently contributed to a newly released, limited-edition box set, London …

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Mr. Mojo Risin’

PUBLISHED IN ROCK MAGAZINE BY DANNY SUGERMAN JIM MORRISON A Shaman’s Sojourn Through The Doors Music Company ROCK takes pride in presenting a profile of Jim Morrison by the writer who probably knew him best. Jim Morrison, lyricist and focal point of the supergroup The Doors, died in Paris, Farance, July 3, 1971. He was …

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Remembering Morrison

Published in Fusion Magazine By Mitchell Cohen The rock world was still staggering from the back-to-back deaths of Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin when they were suddenly and mysteriously joined in pop star heaven by Jim Morrison. Lead singer and chief honcho of The Doors. Hendrix’s aura has been kept financially floating by virtue of …

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