Ray Manzarek, a founding member and keyboard player of the iconic 60s rock group The Doors has died.
The 74-year-old passed away at a clinic in Germany where he was being treated for cancer of the bile duct.
Singer Jim Morrison and Manzarek formed The Doors in 1965 after a chance meeting in LA and Manzarek’s keyboard work would go on to be a touchstone of hits
like “Break On Through to the Other Side” and “Light My Fire.”
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