Jim Morrison to have public square in Paris named in his honor

It’s official: the Council of Paris recently voted unanimously on Resolution 68 to name a public square after Jim Morrison. The daily French newspaper, Le Figaro, reports that the family’s approval is still required and the exact location is to be determined. https://twitter.com/Le_Figaro/status/992412569129422848 The proposal to name a pubic space after Jim Morrison was initiated as early … Continue reading Jim Morrison to have public square in Paris named in his honor

New documentary explores Jim Morrison’s last days in his own words

Gathering Around Jim Morrison's Grave, Pere Lachaise, Paris, July 2011

Paris, 1971 There’s a new short documentary in film festivals exploring Jim’s last days and his grave at Père Lachaise. Here’s some information on the film and where it’s being screened. Check it out if it’s playing near you! And check back on this post for screening updates, or on Twitter with the hashtag #Paris1971doc. … Continue reading New documentary explores Jim Morrison’s last days in his own words

New novel “Jim Morrison et le Diable boiteux”

Michel Embareck will present his new novel, “Jim Morrison et le Diable boiteux”, tonight at the Librairie de Paris Info Thursday, September 29, 2016, 18h30 Librarie de Paris 7,9,11 place de Clichy 75017 https://www.facebook.com/larchipel/posts/1417028024991690 https://twitter.com/Lib_de_Paris/status/780778193930231808 Book summary Le nom de Gene Vincent est inséparable de son hit intemporel, « Bee-bop-a-Lula ». Mais en 1968, l’époque … Continue reading New novel “Jim Morrison et le Diable boiteux”