THE BLACK MOODS ENLIST THE DOORS’ GUITARIST ROBBY KRIEGER AND ROCK SINGER-SONGWRITER DIAMANTE ON ELECTRIFIED COVER OF THE DOORS’ 1970 HIT “ROADHOUSE BLUES”
Galvanizing modern classic rock trio THE BLACK MOODS are excited to announce their new single, an electrifying cover of The Doors
‘The Doors - Live at the Hollywood Bowl 1968’ Limited Edition Collectable Moving Poster From Infinite Objects ‘Music Moments’ Celebrates 55th Anniversary Of The Doors’ Legendary Performance
Infinite Objects, the pioneering force in the digital art collectables realm, is proud to announce the unveiling of an exclusive digital music collectable from The Doors as part of its Music Moments curated by ZEAL.
The Doors - Live at the Hollywood Bowl 1968 is now available as a limited edition collectible Infinite Objects Moving Poster, celebrating the 55th anniversary of The Doors’ “Live At The Hollywood Bowl” performance on July 5, 1968 in its entirety.
Rhino's 45th Anniversary Red Vinyl Series Continues with Doobie Brothers, Ramones, Chicago, Todd Rundgren & More
In celebration of Rhino's 45th Anniversary, the label is launching Rhino Reds, a new series of limited-edition reissues pressed on custom "Rhino Red" vinyl.
Over the next few months, Rhino will release classic albums and rarities from its vast music archive, showcasing records by key artists from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Each complete reissue will feature a bonus 7-inch, both pressed on translucent "Rhino Red" vinyl, based on the PMS color used in Rhino's logo.
The Doors' Golden Album Gets First-Ever Worldwide Release, Now Available Through Rhino's 45th Anniversary Red Vinyl Series
In celebration of Rhino's 45th anniversary this year, the label is launching Rhino Reds, a new series of limited-edition reissues pressed on custom "Rhino Red" vinyl.
Miley Cyrus, Dennis Quaid and The Struts Join Robby Krieger To Celebrate The Doors' 50th Anniversary of 'Morrison Hotel'
The Doors' iconic album, Morrison Hotel, was released exactly 50 years ago, today, on February 9th, 1970.
On the eve of the album's half-centennial anniversary, rock stars collided at West Hollywood's Sunset Marquis Hotel where music lovers and legends fêted the 50th anniversary of Morrison Hotel.
As the winter darkness quickly replaced the twilight on the Bella Vista Ranch and Polo Club in Summerland, local DJ’s Suzanne X, Matty Matt, Gavin Roy and Zeke took over the music at the Kick Ash After Bash. Much of the crowd, especially those with children departed from the day-long event. But they were quickly replaced by a whole new crowd of the after-show ticket holders. Concert-goers were greeted with a continued supply of complimentary food and beverages that kept everyone in a festive mood in the cold evening air.
He is undoubtedly one of the boldest rock guitarists of all-time, a pioneering songwriter who fused classic blues with California psychedelia to create some of rock music’s greatest songs including “Love Me Two Times,” “Touch Me,” “Love Her Madly” and more. And, of course, he was a founding member of one of the most critically and commercially adored bands in history, The Doors.
GW: This is Dylan Muhlberg of Grateful Web here with Richard Loren. I am thrilled to have the company of one of the rock era’s most pivotal music agents. His new memoir High Notes, recounts his monumental career. His early days in the corporate music world representing such legendary acts as The Doors, Jefferson Airplane, and The Chambers Brothers gained him recognition and success in the music business.
Dickey Bettes unfortunately has to withdraw due to family emergency. Legendary guitarist Robby Krieger of the Doors has been added to the line-up of the 2015 Sunshine Music and Blues Festival. Krieger will be the replacement for Dickey Betts who unfortunately will not be able to perform this year as he is staying by the bedside of a close family member with a serious illness.