A series of beautiful limited edition silkscreen prints featuring some of Bob Gruen’s most iconic images have been produced in partnership with Gary Lichtenstein Editions. Each piece measures 40×50 inches and are printed on museum board in an edition of just 50 per image! Visit the Gary Lichtenstein Editions site to find out more about his unique printing process and how to acquire the work.
Mick Jagger & Keith Richards, NYC – 1972The Stones concert at Madison Square Garden in 1972 was the first time I had a photo pass to shoot them and I was able to get a lot of good, clear, close shots.C-25 Mick Jagger & Keith Richards, NYC – 1972I first saw the Rolling Stones at the Academy of Music in 1965 and ever since then they have been the image of Rock & Roll for me. For this show the… read more →
Tina Turner, NYC – 1970As the Ike and Tina Turner band was finishing their show at the Honka Monka club in Queens, NY, Tina was dancing offstage as a strobe light flashed. I set my camera for a one second exposure and captured this multiple image of Tina Turner in action.R-50 Keith Richards & Tina Turner, NYC – 1983R-170 Ike & Tina Turner, NYC – 1970R-496 Ike & Tina Turner, NYC – 1971R-51 Tina Turner, NYC – 1971R-49 Tina Turner,… read more →
David Johansen, NYC – 1978R-112 David Johansen, NYC – 1978C-83 Syl Sylvain & David Johansen, NYC – 1976R-110 Mick Jagger & David Johansen, NYC – 1976R-415 David Johansen, Lenny Kaye, Dee Dee Ramone & Andy Paley, NYC – 1977R-229 David Johansen, Danny Fields, Earl McGrath, Joey Ramone & Arturo Vega, NYC – 1977R-230 Danny Fields, Arturo Vega, Joey Ramone & David Johansen, NYC – 1977R-460 David Johansen, NYC – 1978R-120 David Johansen, Susan Blonde, Bob Geldof & Andy Warhol, NYC… read more →
I went to Los Angeles to give a talk at the Annenberg Space for Photography as part of the ‘Who Shot Rock & Roll’ exhibit and was the guest of honor at a private party, then met up with Steven Tyler before heading back home for more excitement… from the final night at legendary Kenny’s Castaways, to seeing Jacob Dylan at the former site of CBGB – and at long last I got to see ‘The French Elvis’ Johnny Hallyday… read more →
The Rolling Stones landed in New York to announce a new world tour. Flying in on a blimp with the Stones logo painted on it, they said they were looking forward to playing three types of shows: in stadiums, arenas, and clubs. They all looked in fine form, except Charlie, who looked a little airsick from the blimp ride.