The Doors were a blues rock band that formed in Los Angeles in 1965. The band consisted of Jim Morrison on vocals, Ray Manzarek on keyboards, Robby Krieger on guitar, and John Densmore on drums. The band's music was heavily influenced by blues, rock, and psychedelic music.

The Doors released their self-titled debut album in 1967, which included their hit single "Light My Fire." The band went on to release several more successful albums, including "Strange Days" and "Morrison Hotel." Jim Morrison's poetic lyrics and charismatic stage presence helped to make the band one of the most iconic of their time.

Despite their success, The Doors faced controversy due to Morrison's erratic behavior on stage and off. The band disbanded in 1973 after Morrison's death, but their music continues to influence generations of musicians. The Doors are widely regarded as one of the most important and influential rock bands of all time.