Kendall Jenner Is Defaming 'Vintage' Rock Tees With Her FaceKendall has superimposed her face over classic T-shirt designs from The Doors, Pink Floyd, KISS, and more.
Hear The Doors' 'Twentieth Century Fox' Live In San FranciscoPreviously unreleased recording hits the internet.
The Doors at 50: Their 10 Best Album TracksSure they had a lot of great hit singles, but the Doors coolest songs were never heard on top 40 radio.
The Doors' 'London Fog 1966' Captures One of the Band's Earliest GigsThe album features newly discovered audio of a live set The Doors performed in 1966.
Watch Boy George and Jack Black Sing “Hello I Love You" with Robby Krieger on GuitarWhen joined Conan's band onstage, it just so happened that the Doors guitarist Robby Krieger was there ready to jump in.
Watch Jack Black Cover The Doors with Robby Krieger on 'Conan'Jack Black has made a name for himself as a musician as much as an big-name Hollywood actor. He showed off his impressive vocals on "Conan" Monday night
Doors Fans Want to Preserve Jim Morrison's Albuquerque HomeThe problem? Someone currently lives there.
Jim Morrison Fans Fight to Make His Childhood Home a Historical SiteAlthough Jim didn't live in the house long, fans still deem his residency in Albuquerque important, and wish to turn it into a historical site.
Jim Morrison's Messy, Magical Performance With The Doors in BostonJim Morrison was known for his wild, drunken antics on stage. But somehow, he was often able to pull it together and deliver unforgettable performances. His messy, magical night in Boston in 1970 is one such occasion.
A to Z: "L.A. Woman" is The Doors' Fully-Realized Triumphant Return to BluesIf "Morrison Hotel" was the Doors' return to form, "L.A. Woman" was their triumph. Here's how the album and its iconic title track made the Doors have fun again.
Radiohead, the Doors, Lauryn Hill Albums Added to Library of Congress RegistryAlbums from Joan Baez, Steve Martin and the Righteous Brothers were also added.
You Can Buy Kurt Cobain's Credit CardAn online auction includes the late Nirvana frontman's credit card, plus signed items from the Beatles, Bruce Springsteen, The Who, and more.