2010 – Morrison pardon doesn’t change The Doors’ history… Pardon, eh… wow… I’m impressed! slap, slap, slap… By BRENDAN FARRINGTON The Associated Press Friday, December 10, 2010; 3:07 AM TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — A hot, frenzied night in Miami changed life for Jim Morrison and The Doors. That’s something the late singer’s pardon on indecent exposure […]
2007 – Jim Morrison was enlisted to help fight global warming more than 35 years after his death. ‘Woman in the Window’, a previously unreleased poem written and recorded by The Doors frontman shortly before he died in 1971 was being set to music and used to publicise the Global Cool campaign.
1971 – Jim Morrison The Doors Lead Singer booked into The Hotel George’s in Paris on This Day in Rock! The week after he moved into an apartment at 17 Rue Beautreillis in Paris. Morrison lived in Paris until his death on July 3rd 1971.
1969 – Jim Morrison is arrested by the FBI for interstate flight, stemming from obscenity charges lodged after a Miami concert.
1969 – Doors singer Jim Morrison was arrested for drunk driving and driving with no license in Los Angeles, California.
1967 – The Doors started recording their second album on This Day in Rock! Jim and the boys set foot in Sunset Sound Studios, Hollywood, California and start screaming… very loud.
1967 – The debut LP from Doors (featuring Light My Fire) enters the American LP charts. Lyrics: You know that it would be untrue You know that I would be a liar If I was to say to you Girl, we couldn’t get much higher Come on baby, light my fire Come on baby, light […]