Hendrix, Madonna, Lennon, what do these idols have in common? Until October 21st they live under the same roof! Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles has some of the most awe-inspiring photographs of the musical Gods. Make sure to make the time to see these masters in their most intimate moments, maybe even the last ones they shared with the public. You will be able to look at the album covers as if you were buying the album yourself, a picture from the crowd and you will likely feel like you were there. This is an event all music lovers should not let pass by.
John Lennon in his New York City T-Shirt. The Clash's Paul Simonon smashing his bass guitar onstage. The Ramones posing in front of a brick wall. These are some of rock photography's most iconic pictures, and no doubt you're as familiar with the photographs as you are the artists' music. But have you ever seen them all under one roof? A mammoth traveling exhibit originally organized by the Brooklyn Museum, the Annenberg Space for Photography's "Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present" gathers more than 50 years' worth of the genre's greatest and lesser-known images…
Image Courtesy Ian Dickson