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- Rolling Stone Turns 50
The music touchstone celebrates with a book gathering imagery by Seliger, Leibovitz, Ritts, Meisel, Watson et al.
- Ramones as Photo Icons
A story behind how four ragtag outcasts from Queens came to define the look and sound of a rock revolution.
- Everyman Superstar
A Bruce Springsteen photo show from The River era is “all about the streets and the stage and behind the scenes.”
- R&R Behind the Lens
A traveling tour reveals rock & roll history through the eyes of Pattie Boyd, Henry Diltz, Graham Nash, and Joel Bernstein.
- Miles Up Close
A newly unveiled portfolio features Glen Craig’s images of the mercurial musician with his guard down.
- Guitar Art
Lisa S. Johnson’s images of the world’s most famous guitarists’ favorite axes tell the stories behind the strings.
- Rare Zeppelin
Neal Preston opens the vaults of his time-travels with one of rock’s biggest, raunchiest (and most private) bands.
- Rock & Roll Odyssey
A revealing interview with the late Ken Regan, who documented rock’s most charismatic stars over four decades.
- Best Photo Album Covers
An opinionated and unscientific survey of the coolest, sexiest, and most iconic album covers ever.
- Flash Metal
In the wilds of Botswana, Frank Marshall discovers a subculture that blends metal music with cowboy chic.
- Heavy Stones
Photographer Ethan Russell joined the Rolling Stones on their most explosive tour — and lived to tell about it.
- Who Shot Rock
In the annals of rock & roll photography, the musicians were not the only aspirants to the level of art for the ages.
- Halcyon John & Yoko
Shortly before John Lennon’s death, he and Yoko Ono offered a view of their private world to Allan Tannenbaum.
- Eyes of a Muse
Pattie Boyd talks about her life as a 1960s icon, her rock & roll marriages, and her view from both sides of the camera.
- Dylan’s Crucial Year
Daniel Kramer captured Bob Dylan during the pivotal year of the singer’s life. The world would never be the same.
- Photographers Who Rock
Talks with rockers Graham Nash, Lou Reed, Parry Farrell and Mick Fleetwood about their passion for making pictures.
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