By SDCN Editor
Del Mar, CA–Former The Doors drummer and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer John Densmore is set to make a special appearance at Diesel, A Bookstore in Del Mar to discuss his latest book, “The Doors Unhinged: Jim Morrison’s Legacy Goes on Trial” on January 21.
The book serves as a gripping account of the legal battle for control over The Doors’ artistic legacy, providing an intimate look at the conflicts that arose among band members as they grappled for the right to use The Doors’ name.
Seating for the free event is limited and, to secure a spot, guests are encouraged to reserve a seat by purchasing a copy of “The Doors Unhinged.” This compelling narrative not only unravels the internal struggles of the legendary band but also mirrors broader societal issues surrounding the insatiable pursuit of wealth at any cost.
With over a hundred million albums sold globally and nearly twenty million social media followers, The Doors’ influence endures across generations. John Densmore, occupying a distinctive position in popular culture, is hailed for his unwavering dedication to art. His writing, featured in publications like the Los Angeles Times and Rolling Stone, consistently garners acclaim.
Densmore was honored with the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He is the author of the best-selling “Riders on the Storm: My Life” with Jim Morrison and The Doors and The Seekers: Meetings With Remarkable Musicians (and Other Artists). His insightful writing has graced the pages of prestigious publications such as the Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stone, the Guardian, the Nation, and the Chicago Tribune, solidifying his status as a multifaceted artist. Currently residing in Los Angeles, John Densmore continues to captivate audiences with his enduring legacy.