Since the wild times of the 1960s, Ken Regan has been capturing the passion and energy of some of the most influential artists in the crazy world of rock & roll. His early works with the likes of the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan made his fast become the photographer of choice for many of the most historic music invents including Amnesty International’s Human Rights Now Worldwide benefit concerts and Live Aid. Events such as these gave Regan unique and unprecedented access to the personal personas of the biggest starts in the music industry. All Access ($49) is the definitive collection of the best of Regan’s work and the behind-the-scenes anecdotes covering the forty years makes this an outstanding Who’s Who list of rock superstars.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Bob Costas wrote that if you are sports fan then you are an admirer of Neil Leifer. The reason for this being that for over 5 decades we have been seeing the pictures taken by Leifer and had our impressions, and our memories, shaped by them. It was way back in 1958 […]