*L.A. Woman Was the Doors' Bluesy Masterpiece, and Jim Morrison's Kiss-Off to L.A.
*Surviving Members of the Doors Discuss L.A. Woman, Track by Track
In December we scrambled from the Pacific Palisades to Ojai, interviewing the major players behind The Doors' opus L.A. Woman. The sessions ... More >>
Brian NevinsSkrillex with Ray Manzarek and Robby KriegerSkrillex's earliest musical memories revolve around The Doors. The groundbreaking electronic artist -- who appears on our cover next week -- says that the first song he remembers hearing is "Riders on the Storm." The first movie he can r ... More >>
Beware fellas, bad things may be coming your wayOn New Year's Eve 2009, Chris Cornell made a Twitter declaration: "School's back in session." The implication was that Soundgarden was reuniting. However, it took several months for the official announcement. The grunge pioneers would be putting ... More >>
Daniel KohnVedder getting started
WHO: Eddie Vedder
WHERE: The Wiltern
There are many points in Eddie Vedder's 20-year plus music career where he's had moments of clarity. However, there was a point when he lived in a crummy apartment in San Diego when he realized enough was eno ... More >>
A waste of precious resources?
In this installment of Milking the Band, we bring you the new documentary about the Doors, called, The Doors: From the Outside, an unauthorized tome that puts its arm's-length status in the title by acknowledging that this telling comes "not from the perspective of th ... More >>
Nikki Finke over at Deadline Hollywood has an interesting little tidbit about the screening of the new Doors documentary "When You're Strange," produced by Dick Wolf. Seems that despite the buzz surrounding the doc, which features never-before-seen footage, the three remaining members of the band st ... More >>