Tag: Robby Krieger
Unhinged – Former Members of The Doors Go to Court over Jim Morrison’s Legacy!
Even well after Jim Morrison’s death, the legacy of The Doors lives on as one of the strongest in rock and roll history. These are rock and rollers that stuck to their guns and, as a result, have one of the music world’s most impressive back catalogues. If anything, their songs have only increased in […]
Blue Oyster Cult – A Look Back at Imaginos, the End of an Era!
By 1988, Blue Oyster Cult was a mere shadow of what it had once been. The mighty classic hard rock titans, who had released gems like “(Don’t Fear) the Reaper,” “Burnin’ for You,” “Godzilla,” “Hot Rails to Hell,” and “Black Blade” were down to a mere two classic members, and their more recent albums to […]
Doors Live at the Bowl ’68 – The Doors Live on Blu-ray Disc!
No one can deny that the Doors played a major impact in the world of rock and roll in the latter half of the 1960s and early 1970s. Despite only recording six studio albums with Jim Morrison at the helm prior to his unfortunate passing in July of 1971, the group maintains a […]
Two Doors Albums WITHOUT Jim Morrison? Yeah, that Actually Happened.
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the Doors were one of the most popular bands in the world. Despite just a short tenure with lead vocalist Jim Morrison prior to his death in July of 1971, in a few short years the quartet changed the world of music forever, releasing six classic studio […]