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Barry Z. Levine

Academy Award-winning “Woodstock” documentary team, still photographer Barry Z Levine captured it all. Arriving days before the crowd, when the site was still a grassy cow pasture and continuing to photograph long after the last of them had departed, when…

Shelly Rusten

Shelly Rusten is a music loving photo jounalist / poet that began taking photographs in the 1960’s .  The photograph of the historic crowd of 400 Thousand plus was  licensed to Warner Bros for use on their ads and posters…

Mark Weiss

MARK WEISS was a 12-year-old kid from New Jersey when he made a deal with a neighbor to cut his lawn in exchange for a 35 mm camera. Thus began a lifelong journey of rock and roll mayhem that continues to…

Robert Alford

Detroit’s ROBERT ALFORD is a forty-year-plus veteran rock ‘n’ roll photographer.  The list of more than five hundred acts he has photographed reads like a who’s who of popular music, ranging from AC/DC to ZZ Top and including such stalwarts…

Paul Natkin

My father was a well-known and well-traveled photographer who had quit photography to raise a family and become a building contractor. 1971 was not a good year to be in the building business, so he looked for something else to…

Ron Sobol

Ron Sobol started taking photos and 8mm movies as a teenager.  His love of rock music and photography went hand in hand as he started taking photos and films of the concerts he went to. In 1975 Ron met Randy Rhoads…
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