The Morrison Hotel Gallery is a backstage pass, of sorts, where fans can celebrate their favorite artists from The Beatles to The Who, and photographers serve as guides to rock and roll history.
Henry Diltz photographed just about everybody who was anybody in the music scene of the late ’60s and ’70s. Here he shares his memories of working with The Stones.
Photographers Ethan Russell, Gered Mankowitz, Ken Regan, Terry O’Neill, Lynn Goldsmith and Bob Gruen recall working with the world’s greatest rock band.
George Harrison’s black leather jacket, worn on stage during numerous early 1960s Beatles appearances, earned top lot honors at Bonhams Entertainment auction.
The gypsy-style vest worn by iconic guitarist Jimi Hendrix sold for $30,000 to lead Heritage Auctions’ Entertainment and Music Memorabilia Signature Auction.
A Beatles Butcher Cover, Buddy Holly acetate and a super-rare colored vinyl pressing of The Rolling Stones’ “Let It Bleed” are among the featured record lots.
The insert tucked inside the landmark gatefold album was crafted by artists Sir Peter Blake and Jann Haworth.
For collectors of 1960s psychedelic artifacts, the greatest prizes are often original copies of the posters that promoted concerts in the San Francisco area.
From displays and T-shirts to belt buckles and bin dividers, most of these lots could have been seen on display in a record store 30 to 40 years ago.
The iconic costume worn by Freddie Mercury sold for nearly three times its low pre-auction estimate, plus four Beatles-related lots rounded out the auction’s Top 10.