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Jim Morrison - NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 24: Gotta Have it! owner Pete Siegel holds Jim Morrison's worn Snakeskin Jacket at Gotta Have It! store on April 24, 2013 in New York City.

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NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 24: Gotta Have it! owner Pete Siegel holds Jim Morrison's worn Snakeskin Jacket at Gotta Have It! store on April 24, 2013 in New York City.
  • Jim Morrison - NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 24: Gotta Have it! owner Pete Siegel holds Jim Morrison's worn Snakeskin Jacket at Gotta Have It! store on April 24, 2013 in New York City.
  • Jim Morrison - NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 12: Personal note books and some of the last pictures of The Doors lead singer Jim Morrison are displayed at the Park Avenue Armory which is hosting the New York Antiquarian Book Fair on April 12, 2013 in New York City. This years fair, the 53rd year, features over 200 exhibitors of rare books, maps, manuscripts and ephemera. The New York Antiquarian Book Fair runs from April 11 through 14.
  • Jim Morrison - NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 21: Singer Jim Morrison's signed 2nd bail bond for his release from jail after his controversial concert at the Dinner Key Auditorium in Miami Florida on March 1st, 1969 on auction at Gotta Have It! store on March 21, 2012 in New York City.
  • Jim Morrison - A person pays homage, on July 3, 2011, in front of US singer Jim Morrison's tomb at the Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris, 40 years after Morrison was found dead in a bathtub in his Paris apartment, a visit to his grave on that day finding the cult of the lizard king as alive as ever. Two of Morrison's bandmates from the Doors, keyboardist Ray Manzarek and guitarist Robby Krieger, will mark the anniversary with a sell-out concert at the Bataclan club, while a tribute band from Britain, The Doors Alive, will perform at the Cigale.
  • Jim Morrison - A group of people gather to pay homage, on July 3, 2011, next to US singer Jim Morrison's tomb at the Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris, 40 years after Morrison was found dead in a bathtub in his Paris apartment, a visit to his grave on that day finding the cult of the lizard king as alive as ever. Two of Morrison's bandmates from the Doors, keyboardist Ray Manzarek and guitarist Robby Krieger, will mark the anniversary with a sell-out concert at the Bataclan club, while a tribute band from Britain, The Doors Alive, will perform at the Cigale.
  • Jim Morrison - Fans gather at US rock singer Jim Morrison's grave 05 October 2000 at Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris.
  • Jim Morrison - People stand at the Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris 03 July 2001 to pay respect to 'The Doors' singer US Jim Morrison who died 03 July 1971 in the French capital aged 27. Des personnes se recueillent, le 03 juillet 2001 au cimetière du Père Lachaise à Paris, près de la tombe du chanteur américain Jim Morrison, à l'occasion du 30e anniversaire de sa mort. Le chanteur du groupe The Doors est décédé le 03 juillet 1971 à l'âge de 27 ans dans la capitale française où il s'était installé.
  • Jim Morrison - A woman lays flowers on US rock singer Jim Morrison's grave 05 October 2000 at Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris.
  • Jim Morrison - The former drummer of the band The Doors John Densmore introduces a group of friends and musician in Hollywood 08 November 2006, during an event celebrating 40 years of 'The Doors' legacy. The event took place in Sunset Boulevard's Book Soup where The Doors lead singer Jim Morrison introduced his first pieces of poetry that later became lyrics for the band's songs.
  • Jim Morrison - The former drummer of The Doors John Densmore (L) performs as the former lead singer of 'Jane's Addiction' Perry Farrell reads poetry in Hollywood 08 November 2006, during an event celebrating 40 years of 'The Doors' legacy. The event took place in Sunset Boulevard's Book Soup where The Doors lead singer Jim Morrison introduced his first pieces of poetry that later became lyrics for the band's songs.
  • Jim Morrison - A man (top L) enters an appartment building with the image of 1960's singer Jim Morrison painted on its side, in Venice, California, 28 August 2003. Venice, with a reputation of drawing artsy, creative people, has emerged as one of the hippest and priciest locales in North America to live.
  • Jim Morrison - A fan lays flowers on the tomb of rock musician Jim Morrison 08 December 1993 at the Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris, on the anniversary of the singer's 50th birthday. Morrison, who was the lead singer for the rock group The Doors, died 03 July 1971.
  • Jim Morrison - A view of the front of the Chelsea Hotel in New York, January 10, 2011. The Chelsea Hotel, a haven for struggling artists for over 50 years, is for sale since October 2010. The 12-floor, 250-room landmark hotel, was built in 1883 and hosted celebrities such as Andy Warhol, Arthur Miller and his wife Marylin Monroe, musicians Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and punk rocker Sid Vicious of the Sex Pistols who killed his girlfriend Nancy Spungen there in 1978 in a drug-induced stupor.
  • Jim Morrison - A view of the art-decorated stairway at the Chelsea Hotel in New York, January 10, 2011. The Chelsea Hotel, a haven for struggling artists for over 50 years, is for sale since October 2010. The 12-floor, 250-room landmark hotel, was built in 1883 and hosted celebrities such as Andy Warhol, Arthur Miller and his wife Marylin Monroe, musicians Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and punk rocker Sid Vicious of the Sex Pistols who killed his girlfriend Nancy Spungen there in 1978 in a drug-induced stupor.
  • Jim Morrison - A sign at the entrance at the entrance of the Chelsea Hotel in New York, January 10, 2011. The Chelsea Hotel, a haven for struggling artists for over 50 years, is for sale since October 2010. The 12-floor, 250-room landmark hotel, was built in 1883 and hosted celebrities such as Andy Warhol, Arthur Miller and his wife Marylin Monroe, musicians Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and punk rocker Sid Vicious of the Sex Pistols who killed his girlfriend Nancy Spungen there in 1978 in a drug-induced stupor.
  • Jim Morrison - A phone in a room of long-time resident and writer Ed Hamilton at the Chelsea Hotel in New York, January 10, 2011. The Chelsea Hotel, a haven for struggling artists for over 50 years, is for sale since October 2010. The 12-floor, 250-room landmark hotel, was built in 1883 and hosted celebrities such as Andy Warhol, Arthur Miller and his wife Marylin Monroe, musicians Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and punk rocker Sid Vicious of the Sex Pistols who killed his girlfriend Nancy Spungen there in 1978 in a drug-induced stupor.
  • Jim Morrison - MIAMI - NOVEMBER 09: The entrance to the former Dinner Key Auditorium in Coconut Grove, which is now the Coconut Grove Convention Center, where on March 1, 1969 rocker Jim Morrison was arrested for exposing himself on stage during a show, is seen on November 9, 2010 in Miami, Florida. Florida Governor Charlie Crist is considering a posthumous pardon for the legendary lead singer of The Doors before Crist's term ends in two months. The convention center is now being used as a television production facility.
  • Jim Morrison - MIAMI - NOVEMBER 09: A ticket window is seen near an entrance to the former Dinner Key Auditorium in Coconut Grove, which is now the Coconut Grove Convention Center, where on March 1, 1969 rocker Jim Morrison was arrested for exposing himself on stage during a show, on November 9, 2010 in Miami, Florida. Florida Governor Charlie Crist is considering a posthumous pardon for the legendary lead singer of The Doors before Crist's term ends in two months. The convention center is now being used as a television production facility.
  • Jim Morrison - MIAMI - NOVEMBER 09: Stairs lead to a door at the former Dinner Key Auditorium in Coconut Grove, which is now the Coconut Grove Convention Center, where on March 1, 1969 rocker Jim Morrison was arrested for exposing himself on stage during a show, on November 9, 2010 in Miami, Florida. Florida Governor Charlie Crist is considering a posthumous pardon for the legendary lead singer of The Doors before Crist's term ends in two months. The convention center is now being used as a television production facility.
  • Jim Morrison - MIAMI - NOVEMBER 09: A ticket window is seen near an entrance to the former Dinner Key Auditorium in Coconut Grove, which is now the Coconut Grove Convention Center, where on March 1, 1969 rocker Jim Morrison was arrested for exposing himself on stage during a show, on November 9, 2010 in Miami, Florida. Florida Governor Charlie Crist is considering a posthumous pardon for the legendary lead singer of The Doors before Crist's term ends in two months. The convention center is now being used as a television production facility.
  • Jim Morrison - MIAMI - NOVEMBER 09: An entrance to the former Dinner Key Auditorium in Coconut Grove, which is now the Coconut Grove Convention Center, where on March 1, 1969 rocker Jim Morrison was arrested for exposing himself on stage during a show, is seen on November 9, 2010 in Miami, Florida. Florida Governor Charlie Crist is considering a posthumous pardon for the legendary lead singer of The Doors before Crist's term ends in two months. The convention center is now being used as a television production facility.
  • Jim Morrison - MIAMI - NOVEMBER 09: Stairs lead to a door at the former Dinner Key Auditorium in Coconut Grove, which is now the Coconut Grove Convention Center, where on March 1, 1969 rocker Jim Morrison was arrested for exposing himself on stage during a show, on November 9, 2010 in Miami, Florida. Florida Governor Charlie Crist is considering a posthumous pardon for the legendary lead singer of The Doors before Crist's term ends in two months. The convention center is now being used as a television production facility.
  • Jim Morrison - MIAMI - NOVEMBER 09: A lock and key secure an entrance to the former Dinner Key Auditorium in Coconut Grove, which is now the Coconut Grove Convention Center, where on March 1, 1969 rocker Jim Morrison was arrested for exposing himself on stage during a show, on November 9, 2010 in Miami, Florida. Florida Governor Charlie Crist is considering a posthumous pardon for the legendary lead singer of The Doors before Crist's term ends in two months. The convention center is now being used as a television production facility.
  • Jim Morrison - MIAMI - NOVEMBER 09: The entrance to the former Dinner Key Auditorium in Coconut Grove, which is now the Coconut Grove Convention Center, where on March 1, 1969 rocker Jim Morrison was arrested for exposing himself on stage during a show, is seen on November 9, 2010 in Miami, Florida. Florida Governor Charlie Crist is considering a posthumous pardon for the legendary lead singer of The Doors before Crist's term ends in two months. The convention center is now being used as a television production facility.
  • Jim Morrison - MIAMI - NOVEMBER 09: A door is seen at the former Dinner Key Auditorium in Coconut Grove, which is now the Coconut Grove Convention Center, where on March 1, 1969 rocker Jim Morrison was arrested for exposing himself on stage during a show, on November 9, 2010 in Miami, Florida. Florida Governor Charlie Crist is considering a posthumous pardon for the legendary lead singer of The Doors before Crist's term ends in two months. The convention center is now being used as a television production facility.


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