Should the remaining members of the Doors reunite (it seems unlikely), drummer John Densmore knows who he'd want to fill Jim Morrison's space in front of the microphone. It's not clear if he's being cute or funny, but during a recent radio interview he said Jimmy Fallon could get the job done.
He's been dead for decades -- and the subject of countless retrospectives ever since -- but that doesn't mean we've heard and seen everything Jim Morrison committed to tape before he passed away. The latest example? A newly unearthed candid interview the Doors front man gave to director and journalist Howard Smith in 1969.
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One of the most visited locations in Paris is the grave site of Jim Morrison, lead vocalist of the Doors, who passed away in this beautiful city back in July 1971. Morrison's tomb sits in Pere Lachaise, the historic and beautiful cemetery which also contains the final resting places of such iconic personalities such as singer Edith Piaf, writer Oscar Wilde, composer Frederic Cho
It's looks as though Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg started something big at Coachella this year with the debut of the Tupac Shakur hologram that was part of their set. Now numerous music and entertainment icons may get a chance to live on after death thanks to the hologram technology.
The Doors' Jim Morrison is no longer with us and thankfully for him, he'll never have to see this tattoo.
We doubt his mojo was rising due the lightning-conducing kiwi slices in his hair. The desert motif was a nice touch as a salute to Morrison's inner-spirit guide, but the breast-shaped mountain basins probably weren't exactly what the person getting the tattoo had in mind...
Saturday (Nov. 12) marked the 41st anniversary of the very final Doors concert with Jim Morrison, a drunken mess of a show that took place in New Orleans less than a year before Morrison's untimely demise. Perhaps to commemorate the gig -- or perhaps the timing was totally coincidental -- comedian Jimmy Fallon pulled on his best leather pants and shaggy wig to play dress up as Jim Morrison on Frid
Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek and guitarist Robby Krieger paid tribute to their late bandmate, singer Jim Morrison, by visiting his Paris grave on the 40th anniversary of the Lizard King's death today (July 3).