Where to have a drink and listen to rock music in Paris
That night, in the middle of the sex, drugs and rock’n’roll period, I run into Jim Morrison in a club on the Left Bank. It’s 1971, Jim just arrived in Paris. He’s only 27 years old, but I sense he’s near the end of his life. Jean-Paul Chambas, Paris Match (in French)
Read the article by Victoria Gillon on BBC News
The Philharmonie de Paris is currently presenting an exhibition of iconic photographer Robert Doisneau’s (1912–1994) photographs related to music.
Read the article by Fortunato Salazar on Electric Literature
Père-Lachaise cemetery is a surprisingly diverse natural habitat, a hidden biosphere in the heart of Paris.
Save the date to see The Doors Live At The Bowl ’68 on the big screen on Tuesday, November 27 at 8 p.m.
In 2013, the Council of Paris already voted favorably on naming a “public square, street or cultural institution” after Morrison. Five years later, turns out Jim gets a public square.
A one-night rock legend tribute gig with The Doors Alive, Letz Zep and One Night of Queen is scheduled in Paris for January 2019.