Whole Note, and online has a short article written by Robby Krieger in how Bob Dylan’s “Bringing it All Back Home” was a life changing record for him and how Dylan turned Krieger from a folk rock influenced guitar player in a jug band into a rock guitarist and how that influence even carried over to Krieger’s guitar playing in The Doors and after. “Robby Krieger Discusses Bob Dylan’s ‘Bringing it All Back Home.”
John Densmore is also once again taking his recent literary offering “The Doors Unhinged: Jim Morrison’s Legacy on Trial” on the road with book signings. The first is August 17th at Zia Records, at 2 pm (Mountain Standard Time) 2510 W Thunderbird Rd, Phoenix, AZ, 85015. For more information about the signing please go to the Zia Records website or the Facebook event page for John’s appearance.
The second appearance is September 5th at Radio-Active Records at 845 N. Federal Hwy, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 33304 at 7 pm (Eastern Standard Time). For more information about the signing please go to the Radio-Active Records website or the Facebook event page for John’s appearance. Densmore’s book signings are usually well attended and he tries to give all the fans a moment such as in “John Densmore Meets The Doors Examiner Correspondent.”
The third appearance is at Euclid Records in St. Louis, MO, on September 4 at 7:30 pm. Euclid Records is at 19 N. Gore Ave, St. Louis, MO. For more information visit the Euclid Records website. Densmore will be in Charlestown, SC on September 14 at 2 pm for a book signing at Monster Music and Movies.
Former Grateful Dead manager, Richard Loren is going to have a book of his memoirs released in November, the title is “High Notes: A Rock Memoir: Working with Rock Legends Jefferson Airplane Through The Doors to The Grateful Dead”. By the it looks like as if he’s trying to garner interest in the book outside of the Grateful Dead community. The book will be divided into four sections the first section is titled, “New York City-My Life with Jefferson Airplane, The Doors and the Chamber Brothers.” More information on this book as it becomes available.
Doors History: September 2, 1968 The Doors play the Singer Bowl and a riot breaks out.
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