January 4, 2017, Venice Beach, California – I had the pleasure to attend a special ceremony to commemorate the 50th anniversary of The Doors in their hometown and on the streets where the band was formed. The Doors surviving members John Densmore and Robby Krieger were both in attendance for this special “Venice Lighting Ceremony” where they declared it The Doors day in Los Angeles!!!
From their early songs like “King of Rock”, to the guitar driven “Rock Box” and of course the Aerosmith collaboration “Walk This Way”, Hip-Hop legends Run-D.M.C. have always been influenced by rock music. Looks like Rock N’ Roll has also influenced the fashion of music fanatic D.M.C. He ditched the Adidas jumpsuit and sneakers for a pair of black jeans and a rock band shirt.
Contact prints were used to produce proof sheets from entire rolls of 35 mm negative in order to aid in the selection of images for further enlargement, and for cataloging and identification purposes. Finding the contact sheets from legendary Rock N’ Roll photo shoots has now become my newest obsession.
In September 1970 during a break from his trail in Miami, Jim Morrison along with his Beverly Hills attorney Max Fink and friends took a quick two day trip to the Bahamas for some fishing, snorkeling and rum drinking.
This photo of a bearded Jim Morrison holding a six pack of Budweiser “Tall Boys” with girlfriend Pamela Curson behind him and friend Michael McClure flipping off the camera is just awesome.
I recently came across this amazing photo of Jim Morrison standing at a church pulpit and thought I would do a little research on it.
Jim Morrison was born to George and Clara Morrison on December 8, 1943 in Melbourne, Florida. His his sister Anne Robin Morrison was born in 1947 in Alburquerque, New Mexico and his brother Andrew Lee Morrison was born in 1948 in Los Altos, California.
It’s Memorial Day weekend over here in the United States of America so I decided to do a post on three most notably musicians that have served in the US Military. Salute To All The Soldiers Who Have Served In The United States Military.
Check out these awesome photos of Mick Jagger, Jimmy Page, Paul McCartney and Jim Morrison having some fun in the sun. The Jim Morrison photo is awesome!!!
The Doors “Waiting For The Sun” album cover was taken in 1968 by photography Paul Ferrara 1968 Los Angeles, California. I tried to dig a little deeper and find the exact location in Los Angeles where this photo was taken and it seems as it was taken on a cliff off of Laurel Canyon Blvd.