Who Shot Rock & Roll? Photographers Revealed
We’ve seen these iconic images before, but ever wonder who shot them? Here is just a preview of what you can see at the traveling photography show titled, “Who Shot Rock & Roll?” which is currently at the Annenberg Space for Photography in LA until October 7, 2012. Displaying over 175 images, these Rock & Roll stars shook up musical history.
Run-DMC Live at the Ritz, New York City, 1984 | Photograph by Josh CheuseElvis Whispers Softly, 1956 | Photograph by Alfred WertheimerTupac Shakur, August 1993 | Photograph by Danny ClinchElvis Costello, Paris, 1989 | Photograph by Claude GassianChrissie Hynde of the Pretenders, Nashville Rooms, London, March 9, 1979 | Photograph by David CorioThe Ramones at Eric’s Club, Liverpool, England, May 1977 | Photograph by Ian DicksonJohn and Yoko in Bed, New York, November 21, 1980 | Photograph by Allan TannenbaumFans Looking in Limousine, (at Bob Dylan), London, 1966 | Photograph by Barry FeinsteinRamones on stage at CBGB’s, NYC. April 1979 | Photograph by Bob GruenJimi Hendrix and Wilson Pickett, Prelude Club, Atlantic Records release party, Harlem, New York, May 5, 1966 | Photograph by Michael RandolphFrank Zappa, “Himself”, 1967 | Photograph by Jerry SchatzbergAmy Winehouse, Miami, May 18, 2007 | Photograph by Max VadukulRadiohead, St. Louis, 1993 | Photograph by Nitin Vadukul Has anyone seen this show? If so, let us know how it was in the comments below.