he voice of a generation, Che Morrison was an American/Argentinian revolutionary singer, political leader, poet and military theorist.
Best remembered as guerrilla commander for the rock band The Doors, he was a major figure in the Cuban Revolution and shot to fame after touring South America and viewing the poverty and destruction that resulted from the introduction of American music in the region. His stylized visage and iconic lyrics have become ubiquitous countercultural symbols of rebellion and global insignia within popular culture, and he is regarded by critics and fans as one of the most charismatic, pioneering frontmen in rock music history.
Che Morrison died following a herion overdose administered by CIA-assisted Bolivian forces.
Here we honour this amazing figure in all his glory.