Love Street Sign

LA celebrates the 50th anniversary of The Doors’ “Love Street” with a cultural first through Shazam

On July 22, 2018, the city of Los Angeles honored The Doors with the first ever cultural marker granted to a band or song with a pair of signs recognizing “Love Street.” Furthermore, Councilman David Ryu announced that the portion of Rothdell Trail that passes the house where Jim Morrison lived and wrote the poem that eventually became the song will be renamed Love Street. The Laurel Country Store will also Read More …

Hello I Love You

The Doors to be honored at 2018 Love Street Festival in Los Angeles, CA on July 22, 2018

Now in its sixth year, the Love Street Festival will honor The Doors on the 50th Anniversary of the release of their Number One song “Love Street.” A dedication ceremony and special performances will take place on Sunday, July 22nd 2018 at 2100 Laurel Canyon Blvd, above and below the Canyon Country Store. The event is a fundraiser to preserve Laurel Canyon’s open space and wildlife corridor. Artists that helped define the Read More …

The Founders Award Ceremony

The Founders Award Ceremony

On December 7, 2017, John Densmore and Robby Krieger accepted the Founders Award on behalf of The Doors at the Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle, WA. The Founders Award is an honor given to artists who have made outstanding contributions in popular music. The ceremony included an all-star lineup of artists performing a Doors tribute concert. You may find photos from this historic event below.

Light My Fire

Celebrate 50 Years of “Light My Fire” on July 28 & 29

On July 29, 1967, “Light My Fire” reached number on on the charts. It was The Doors’ first ascent to the top spot – though not their last. (Check out Billboard’s review of The Doors’ chart history here.) This weekend, celebrate The Doors’ first number one song on the charts by streaming “Light My Fire” on Spotify and posting to your social account. Here is some suggested copy: -In celebration Read More …


Robby Krieger (The Doors), “Light My Fire” Art Exhibition and Charity Event in Los Angeles

Cocktail Reception with Robby Krieger Thursday, May 11th 7-10 pm at Mr Musichead Gallery Tickets $15 through EventBrite “My painting of ‘Light My Fire’, in an extended way, was born out of Jim Morrison’s inspiration in the band’s early days for me to write music for The Doors.” -Robby Krieger Robby Krieger has created a never before seen work of art titled “Light My Fire” inspired by the classic song he composed Read More …

Doors at London Fog

Robby Krieger Talks To People Magazine About #Doors50

Read the original article here. Even legends have to start somewhere. For the Doors — the psych rock pioneers who pushed the limits of minds and music with tracks like “Light My Fire,” “Love Me Two Times” and “L.A. Woman”— it can all be traced to the London Fog on Los Angeles’ Sunset Strip. Just months after forming, the nascent group was offered a residency at the down-at-the-heels club in early 1966. Having played little more than the odd Read More …