In this lecture and digital presentation rock and roll photographer Patrick Harbron examines the influences of blues, jazz and r&b that made modern rock and roll music possible. Displaying 20 years of his work, Harbron recounts experiences with some the biggest and most inventive musical acts of the 1970's, 80'and early 1990's.
Harbron photographed many of the major names of rock music for magazines, album covers, publicity and the groups themselves.
In this presentation of performance and portrait, drawn from hundreds of photographs, Harbron will show two decades of his rock and roll images, a visual personal history of an amazing time in music that came directly from earlier forms of American music.
With a lively commentary Harbron shares stories of photographing and working with artists such as Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Ray Charles, Tina Turner, Little Richard, Pink Floyd, Blondie, The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, AC/DC, The Who, Prince, KISS, Queen, K.D.Lang, David Bowie, Michael Jackson and many more.
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