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The Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek dies at 74

Ray Manzarek, keyboardist and founding member of legendary 1960s group The Doors, died Monday after a long battle with cancer, his manager and surviving bandmates said. He was 74. Manzarek formed the group -- whose worldwide hits included "Light My Fire" and "L.A. Woman" -- with Jim Morrison in 1965 after the two met by chance in Venice Beach, California. He died surrounded by his wife Dorothy and brothers Rick and James in a clinic in Rosenheim, Germany after "a lengthy battle with bile duct cancer," said a statement on the official Doors Facebook page.

The Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek dies at 74

Ray Manzarek, keyboardist and founding member of legendary 1960s group The Doors, died Monday after a long battle with cancer, his manager and surviving bandmates said. He was 74. Manzarek formed the group -- whose worldwide hits included "Light My Fire" and "L.A. Woman" -- with Jim Morrison in 1965 after the two met by chance in Venice Beach, California. He died surrounded by his wife Dorothy and brothers Rick and James in a clinic in Rosenheim, Germany after "a lengthy battle with bile duct cancer," said a statement on the official Doors Facebook page.

The Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek dies at 74

Ray Manzarek, keyboardist and founding member of legendary 1960s group The Doors, died Monday after a long battle with cancer, his manager and surviving bandmates said. He was 74. Manzarek formed the group -- whose worldwide hits included "Light My Fire" and "L.A. Woman" -- with Jim Morrison in 1965 after the two met by chance in Venice Beach, California. He died surrounded by his wife Dorothy and brothers Rick and James in a clinic in Rosenheim, Germany after "a lengthy battle with bile duct cancer," said a statement on the official Doors Facebook page.

The Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek dies at 74

Ray Manzarek, keyboardist and founding member of legendary 1960s group The Doors, died Monday after a long battle with cancer, his manager and surviving bandmates said. He was 74. Manzarek formed the group -- whose worldwide hits included "Light My Fire" and "L.A. Woman" -- with Jim Morrison in 1965 after the two met by chance in Venice Beach, California. He died surrounded by his wife Dorothy and brothers Rick and James in a clinic in Rosenheim, Germany after "a lengthy battle with bile duct cancer," said a statement on the official Doors Facebook page.
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