(Wednesday, April 26, 1967) — The American rock band The Doors completed six takes of “Strange Days”today at Sunset Sound Recorders in Hollywood, California, the title track to their second studio album Strange Days.
(Tuesday, March 21, 1967) — During a three-week residency at The Ondine in New York City, The Doors performed “Break On Through” today for their New York television debut on Clay Cole’s Diskotek, which would air Apr. 1, 1967, at 6:00 p.m. EST on WPIX Channel 11.
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(Monday, March 6, 1967) — In what is believed to be the earliest television appearance by The Doors to survive, the band mimed to their first single “Break On Through (To the Other Side)” today at KTLA-TV studios for the show She-Bang, a local Los Angeles teen music show similar in format to American Bandstand and Hullabaloo and hosted by Casey Kasem.