The Doors released their last album with Jim Morrison, 'L.A. Woman,' on April 20, 1971.
The Doors did not have a bass player.
By the spring of 1970, Doors frontman Jim Morrison had already been through plenty of scrapes with the law, and the band had developed a reputation for a sometimes dangerously unpredictable live act.
Did he or didn't he?
In what might be the oddest clash of musical styles from the sixteen first-round match-ups of our March Drum Madness competition, Judas Priest's Scott Travis takes on John Densmore of the Doors.
Even though Lou Reed died in October 2013, the highly opinionated artist is still making waves with his comments.
The Doors had gotten sloppy, self-absorbed and a little off course by the time they released their fourth album, 'The Soft Parade,' in mid 1969.
The Doors have easily earned induction into the 100-percent fan-voted Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame, brushing aside Jimi Hendrix along the way.
Jimi Hendrix and the Doors have made it to the finals in our latest round of voting for the Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame.
We count down our favorite moments by the Doors' guitarist.