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The Doors were an American rock band formed in Los Angeles in 1965, with vocalist Jim Morrison, keyboardist Ray Manzarek, guitarist Robby Krieger and drummer John Densmore. They were among the most controversial and influential rock acts of the 1960s, partly due to Morrison’s lyrics and voice, along with his erratic stage persona. The group is widely regarded as an important figure of the era’s counterculture.

The band took its name from the title of Aldous Huxley’s book The Doors of Perception, itself a reference to a quote by William Blake. After signing with Elektra Records in 1966, the Doors with Morrison recorded and released six studio albums in five years, some of which are generally considered among the greatest of all time, including their self-titled debut (1967), Strange Days (1967), and L.A. Woman (1971). They were one of the most successful bands during that time and by 1972 the Doors had sold over 4 million albums domestically and nearly 8 million singles.
Morrison died in uncertain circumstances in 1971. The band continued as a trio until disbanding in 1973.[8][9] They released three more albums in the 1970s, one of which featured earlier recordings by Morrison, and over the decades reunited on stage in various configurations. In 2002, Manzarek, Krieger and Ian Astbury of the Cult on vocals started performing as “The Doors of the 21st Century”. Densmore and the Morrison estate successfully sued them over the use of the band’s name. After a short time as Riders on the Storm, they settled on the name Manzarek–Krieger and toured until Manzarek’s death in 2013.

The Doors were the first American band to accumulate eight consecutive gold LPs. According to the RIAA, they have sold 34 million albums in the United States and over 100 million records worldwide, making them one of the best-selling bands of all time. The Doors have been listed as one of the greatest artists of all time by magazines including Rolling Stone, which ranked them 41st on its list of the “100 Greatest Artists of All Time”. In 1993, they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Band members

  • Jim Morrison – lead vocals, harmonica, percussion (1965–1971; died 1971)
  • Ray Manzarek – keyboards, organ, backing and lead vocals (1965–1973, 1978; died 2013)
  • Robby Krieger – guitar, backing and lead vocals (1965–1973, 1978)
  • John Densmore – drums, percussion, backing vocals (1965–1973, 1978)
  • Patty Sullivan – bass guitar (1965)

Awards and critical accolades
In 1993, the Doors were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
In 1998, “Light My Fire” was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame under the category Rock (track).
In 1998, VH-1 compiled a list of the 100 Greatest Artists of Rock and Roll. The Doors were ranked number 20 by top music artists while Rock on the Net readers ranked them number 15.
In 2000, the Doors were ranked number 32 on VH1’s 100 Greatest Hard Rock Artists, and “Light My Fire” was ranked number seven on VH1’s Greatest Rock Songs.
In 2002, their self-titled album’ was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame under the category Rock (Album).
In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked the Doors 41st on their list of 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.
Also in 2004, Rolling Stone magazine’s list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time included two of their songs: “Light My Fire” at number 35 and “The End” at number 328.
In 2007, the Doors received a Grammy Award for lifetime achievement.
In 2007, the Doors received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
In 2010, “Riders on the Storm” was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame under the category Rock (track).
In 2011, the Doors received a Grammy Award in Best Long Form Music Video for the film When You’re Strange, directed by Tom DiCillo.
In 2012, Rolling Stone magazine’s list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time included three of their studio albums; the self-titled album at number 42, L.A. Woman at number 362, and Strange Days at number 407.
In 2014, the Doors were voted by British Classic Rock magazine’s readers to receive that year’s Roll of Honour Tommy Vance “Inspiration” Award.
In 2015, the Library of Congress selected The Doors for inclusion in the National Recording Registry based on its cultural, artistic or historical significance.
In 2016, the Doors received a Grammy Award in Favorite Reissues and Compilation for the live album London Fog 1966.
The Doors were honored for the 50th anniversary of their self-titled album release, January 4, 2017, with the city of Los Angeles proclaiming that date “The Day of the Doors”. At a ceremony in Venice, Los Angeles Councilmember Mike Bonin introduced surviving members Densmore and Krieger, presenting them with a framed proclamation and lighting a Doors sign beneath the famed ‘Venice’ letters.
The 2018 Asbury Park Music & Film Festival has announced the film submission award winners. The ceremony was held on Sunday, April 29 at the Asbury Hotel hosted by Shelli Sonstein, two-time Gracie Award winner, co-host of the Jim Kerr Rock and Roll Morning Show on Q104.3 and APMFF Board member. The film Break on Thru: Celebration of Ray Manzarek and The Doors, won the best length feature at the festival.
In 2020, Rolling Stone listed the 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition of Morrison Hotel among “The Best Box Sets of the Year”.

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