Rock Songs That Became Popular (or More Popular) After Being Featured on TV Shows + Movies
When you hear these songs, it's impossible not to think of the corresponding TV show or movie.
12 Bands That Called It Quits After the Loss of a Member
Sometimes it's too hard to carry on as things were.
Why the Doors’ ‘Break on Through’ Didn’t Break Through at First
First single off band's debut album fizzled before it became a classic.
Robby Krieger Says Jim Morrison Wanted to Experience Insanity
Doors frontman was apparently excited about contracting potentially fatal syphilis.
Doors Announce ‘L.A. Woman’ 50th-Anniversary Deluxe Edition
They're previewing it with an unreleased demo of "Riders on the Storm."
Jim Morrison’s Fame Led Dad to Offer Resignation From U.S. Navy
Doors legend's sister recalls how flag officer feared counterculture connection might “upset the apple cart” with his commanding superiors.
The Doors’ ‘L.A. Woman’: The Story Behind Each Track
Final statement from the band's original incarnation contains a little of everything that made them so engaging.
New Book Collects Jim Morrison’s Poetry, Journals and Lyrics
Fifty years after the Lizard King's death, the most extensive collection of his writings is being published.