The Doors Re-Release Original 'Strange Days' Music VideoThe clip opens with the surreal scene set on the album's cover, which then comes to life.
The Doors Detail 'Strange Days' 50th Anniversary EditionThe big draw is that the reissue will feature the original mono mix of the album, which has been long out of print and unavailable.
8 Times Jack Black Was the Sing-a-Long King of InstagramFrom The Beatles to The Doors; Nirvana to Fugazi and so many more in between -- watch as Jack Black sings along to some of his favorite tunes making every single one of his famous pained rock 'n' roll faces that you've come to love.
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.
Keith Richards, Robert Plant and Others Join ‘We Are Not Afraid’ CampaignKeith Richards, Robert Plant, Ringo Starr, Elvis Costello, Peter Gabriel and over 175 more artists have joined forces to support We Are Not Afraid, a global campaign aimed at raising funds for the refugee crisis and victims of religious and political violence.
This Week In History: The Doors, Elton John & Patti LabelleThis week, Big Jay highlights The Doors' "Hello, I Love You," Elton John's "Caribou" and Patti LaBelle's "Winner In You."
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.
Doors Fans Want to Preserve Jim Morrison's Albuquerque HomeFans of The Doors want to preserve lead singer Jim Morrison's childhood home in Albuquerque, N.M. The problem? Someone already lives there.
Radiohead, the Doors, Lauryn Hill Albums Added to Library of Congress RegistryAlbums from Joan Baez, Steve Martin and the Righteous Brothers were also added.
David Crosby's Wrath Rains Down on Kanye West, Jim MorrisonBrian Wilson, however, got a pass.
This Week In History: The Doors Say 'Hello, I Love You,' The Rolling Stones 'Miss You,' And Prince Channels Batman With 'Batdance' This week, Big Jay highlights The Doors' 'Hello, I Love You,' The Stones' 'Miss You,' And Prince channeling Batman with his 'Batdance.'