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27 Club
27 January 2016

Stairway To Heaven

Social media has been abuzz the last few weeks, mourning what seems like an unusual number of rock star deaths. It started with the demise of Scott Weiland (Dec. 3, 2015) and has continued unabated through Lemmy Kilmister (Dec. 28), Natalie Cole (Dec. 31), David Bowie (Jan. 10, 2016), Mic Gillette (trumpeter for Tower of Power, Jan. 17), Dale Griffin (drummer for Mott the Hoople, Jan. 17), and Glenn Frey (Jan. 18). Heck, by the time this column goes to press, Keith Richards may have also mounted the Big Escalator to the Sky.

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27 January 2016

Searching for Jim Morrison in New York City

Last April—I can't believe it's almost a year already—I went to Connecticut to visit my friend, Debi. I was there for three weeks and the first weekend, we went to New York City.

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Mr Mojo Risin
11 January 2016

Italy MP Confuses Jim Morrison For Slavic Thief

Maurizio Gasparri, the gaffe-prone vice-president of the Italian Senate, has come under fire after taking an ironic photo showing The Doors frontman Jim Morrison depicted as a Slavic criminal terrorizing Italy at face value.

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27 Club
10 January 2016

Musicians Who Are Members of the 27 Club

The 27 Club is that infamous list of extremely talented and popular musicians who all died at twenty-seven years of age. There are currently forty-nine known members of the club, (which is listed below). These deaths at a young age were often caused by drug or alcohol overdoses although some were more nefarious, caused by murder, suicide, or freak accident. Although scientific statistics state that there is no significant risk of death at specifically age twenty-seven for musicians, studies do show that musicians within their twenties and thirties have an increased risk of death.

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27 Club
09 January 2016

The 27 Club Theory Debunked As Death Dates Of Musos Studied More Deeply

For music fans, the second half of September 1970 was a bastard of a time. First came the news that Jimi Hendrix had died, then, barely a fortnight later, the young queen of blues, Janis Joplin, followed suit.

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Los Angeles
07 January 2016

Wild West Hollywood’s Tropicana Motel

Baseball pitching great Sandy Koufax was looking to supplement his Los Angeles Dodgers salary when he bought the Tropicana Motel on Santa Monica Boulevard in 1962. The motor lodge, with low weekly rates and kitchenettes in all 74 rooms, was built from the get go as short- and long-term housing for those who couldn’t afford apartments.

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Nobody did anything Jim Morrison didn't want. He was the creative genius. He was the presence. He was the irreplaceable member.

Jackson, B. (1981). Paul Rothchild: The Doors' producer recalls the agony and the ecstasy of working with The Doors. BAM, (107), 19.

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The idea for Jim Morrison Project came to me when I went to rehab in 2010 for alcoholism and substance abuse. Jim Morrison was a huge inspiration during my recovery. Because of him, I am sober today.
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Jim Morrison Project

The Jim Morrison Project is an audio & visual anthology detailing the life of Jim Morrison through his poetry, films, art, spoken word & music with The Doors.


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