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.
A new documentary focusing on the stories of fans of The Beatles will make its debut Oct. 2, 2012.
If you’ve ever wondered what 50 years of rock and rolls look like, The Morrison Hotel gallery’s latest exhibition is a great place to start. The gallery’s current exhibit, “Rolling Stones 50 Years in Photography” showcases career-spanning photographs of The World’s Greatest Rock and Roll Band.
From its beautiful, gold-edged pages to its lovely leather binding, “California Dreaming” by Henry Diltz is clearly a book to be treasured.
But the real treasure lies within this 344-page volume: the rich color photographs of music stars that, literally, no photographer other than Diltz —a musician turned photographer — would’ve been able to capture.