The Doors get Lifetime Achievemant Award

The Doors are to receive a lifetime achievement Grammy at next year's awards event, which just goes to show that, in the case of one of the band's members, you don't have to be alive to get a lifetime achievement gong.
Also proving that rule are The Grateful Dead, who, despite their assorted deadness, will also get a lifetime achievement at the ceremony, which, as previously reported, takes place in LA on 11 Feb next year. Other honours are expected to go to Joan Baez, Booker T And The MGs and saxophonist Ornette Coleman.
The Doors were a US rock band that was formed in 1965. The band consisted of four members: Jim Morrison (lead vocals), Robby Krieger (guitar and vocals), Ray Manzarek (keyboard and vocals). John Densmore (drums). After the death of Jim Morrison in 1971, the band continued to play with the three remaining members.

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