All posts tagged "the doors"
Robby Krieger Band 50 Yrs of The Doors Music
ARTICLE VIEWS: 677 I have to say that the Robby Krieger show was the show I was most looking forward to of all the State Fair free concerts this year. To finally see the legendary Doors guitarist live...
- Posted August 24, 2018
JAN 4, Day of The Doors
ARTICLE VIEWS: 793 JANUARY 4 TO BE PROCLAIMED “DAY OF THE DOORS” IN LOS ANGELES The Doors’ 50th Anniversary Year Begins With January 4 Event In Venice, Where The Band Was Formed, With Official Proclamation And Appearances...
- Posted December 29, 2016
Morrison Hotel Gallery Salutes Neil Young
ARTICLE VIEWS: 212 Morrison Hotel Gallery Salutes The Enduring Legacy Of Neil Young With Career Photographic Retrospective, Long May You Run Featuring Photographers Joel Bernstein, Danny Clinch, Henry Diltz, and Julie Gardner Neil Young’s fiery emotionality, down...
- Posted November 6, 2016
Ghostly Photograph; The Doors Front-Man, Jim Morrison
ARTICLE VIEWS: 3,784 Breaking on Through Jim Morrison’s Ghost Brett Meisner at Père Lachaise #HalloweenFeature In 1997 rock historian Brett Meisner visited Père Lachaise, the French cemetery where Doors idol Jim Morrison is buried. His assistant snapped...
- Posted October 29, 2016
Me and My Shadow. Playlist
ARTICLE VIEWS: 579 The Shadow In Music & Art. Rock and Roll, like a summer sun, illuminates our shadows. Music shines a spotlight into the shadow – illuminating things we sometimes can’t see in the harsh light...
- Posted May 10, 2016
Seeing Stuff with Photographer Henry Diltz
ARTICLE VIEWS: 414 Some storytellers communicate with their words, others through their music. Henry Diltz tells a story by capturing the fleeting dance of what his eye sees as his finger presses the shutter button on his...
- Posted August 18, 2015