Doors From Jim Morrison's Clearwater Home Turned Into Works of Art

by Robert Boyd

PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. — Fans of the band The Doors may not know that lead singer Jim Morrison lived with his grandparents in Clearwater while attending college in the early 1960s.

The house has since been demolished, but the doors that were inside live on as pieces of art.

One look at Rich Greene’s St. Pete living room, it’s obvious, he’s a die-hard music fan, but it’s Morrison and The Doors that really touched him.

"I heard them on the radio, (I was) maybe 10 or 11-years-old, and it really just kind of grabbed me,” said Greene. “I like the way he was kind of on the edge, you know, and he didn’t really care what anybody thought, and he was kind of a rebel against authority.”


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