The trailer for the Doors' long-lost self-produced rock documentary 'Feast of Friends' has the effect of stripping away four decades of mythology, revealing the group as flesh-and-blood collaborators and friends -- rather than rock demigods.
The Doors did more in a short period of time than almost any other classic rock band.
'The Soft Parade,' a wildly uneven affair, went platinum anyway - but likely only because of the Doors' earlier successes.
A large group of classic rockers will be involved in a Doors tribute album that will arrive on June 24.
Poet Michael C. Ford met Jim Morrison and Ray Manzarek at UCLA in the early 1960s.
This week's Clash of the Titans pits the Rolling Stones' 'Let's Spend the Night Together' against 'Light My Fire' by the Doors.
Skrillex will collaborate with classic-rock superstars Robby Krieger and Mickey Hart.
This year's list of exclusive Record Store Day releases includes a bumper crop of limited-edition finds for classic rock lovers.
One of the reasons why 'This is Spinal Tap' continues to resonate is because it's not only heavy metal groups on the downside of their career that experience real-life 'Spinal Tap' stories, but also bands that are trying to make a name for themselves on the road to classic rock immortality. Years before the brain trust behind the movie even came up with the concept, the Doors had a moment that could found its way into the script.
For years now, the easiest way to do a Matthew McConaughey impression has been to imitate his 'Dazed and Confused' character, David Wooderson, by saying "Alright, alright, alright" in a goofy Southern drawl -- something McConaughey himself acknowledged when he uttered those magic words while picking up his Oscar and Golden Globe awards for 'Dallas Buyers Club.' And as it turns out, we have Doors frontman Jim Morrison to thank for all of it.