1968: American rock group The Doors arrive at London Airport in 1968, they are, from left to right; John Densmore, Bobby Krieger, Jim Morrison (1943 - 1971) and Ray Manzarek.

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Richie Sambora Talks BON JOVI Rock Hall Induction: WMMR.com

Richie Sambora is happy about the opportunity to reunite with Bon Jovi for their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction next year. Sambora, who was the band’s lead guitarist for 30 years before he abruptly left in 2013, says reuniting on the Rock Hall stage would be great, explaining: “Yeah, why not? We sold 150 million records or something… and we made a lot of people happy. So, I’m showing up for the fans and all that…It’s a joyous occasion… it should be a celebration of what we did.”

Sambora is releasing an EP tomorrow with his girlfriend and fellow guitarist Orianthi called Making History.

Watch THE DOORS’ Legendary Performance in New Isle of Wight Doc Trailer: Rolling Stone

The Doors’ legendary performance at the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival will be available for the first time on DVD and CD this February. This is thought to be the last filmed Doors concert. A trailer for the release has snippets of the Doors’ 2AM set, which includes “Light My Fire” and “Break on Through.” Portions of this performance were previously released in a documentary about the festival, but this is the first time fans can see it in full.

ALICE COOPER Premieres Video For New Single: WMMR.com

Alice Cooper premiered a video for his new single, “The Sound Of A” – the first he ever wrote by himself, back in 1967. The song was recently unearthed by bassist Dennis Dunaway and was included on Cooper’s most recent album, Paranormal. The clip cycles through a series of close-ups with various people – including Cooper himself – decked out in his signature goth makeup.