Grace Slick’s Heartbreak After Having A Fling With Jim Morrison

by Iklim Alev

Jim Morrison became a prominent figure in the rock scene as the lead vocalist of The Doors from 1965 until his passing in 1971. He impressed the audience by combining his unique voice and wild stage personality. The vocalist’s unpredictable stage performances were always on the agenda throughout his appearance in the music scene. Morrison reached a large audience with his musical character, and the people he attracted were not solely fans. The notable names of the rock world, including Jefferson Airplane’s Grace Slick, also admired him.

Grace Slick was an iconic name in San Francisco’s psychedelic music scene in the mid-’60s. She created successful works, especially during her career with the Grammy-winning band Jefferson Airplane. Slick and Morrison’s paths crossed during the 1968 European tour of the Doors and Jefferson Airplane. The vocalist’s first impression of Morrison was excellent, and they had an escapade in a hotel room. They even sang and hugged during Airplane’s set on tour. However, Slick felt disappointed as the frontman did not call her again after their fling.


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