Fans visting Morrison’s grave spoke to Associated Press. David Martin from Italy told them: “I’ve spent half my life thinking about Jim Morrison. He was more than just a singer. We were here for the 30th anniversary. We’ll be here again for the 50th.” This photo shows the band at the Bronson Caves, and is taken by Bobby Klein.
Credit: Bobby Klein
Pulp played tribute to Morrison during their headlining slot at the Wireless Festival on Sunday (July 3). Frontman Jarvis Cocker referenced the fact that it was the 40th anniversary of Doors frontman Jim Morrison’s death, paying tribute to the singer before playing ’Pink Glove’, from 1994’s ‘His’n’Hers’ album.
Credit: Frank Lisciandro