10 YEARS WITHOUT RAY CHARLES.
It's been already 10 years since Ray Charles passed away! We remember "The Genius" with one of his most iconic photographs, taken by Norman Seeff. This image fittingly dons the cover of Charles' very last album Genius Loves Company and is available as a signed/numbered fine art edition.
"IMAGINE" EXHIBIT AT FONDAZIONE PIRAS, IN ASTI.
JEFF BUCKLEY SHOW FOR "GRACE"'S 20TH ANNIVERSARY.
On May 29th, 1997, the world lost one of its brightest and most promising music stars, Jeff Buckley. Wall Of Sound Gallery will celebrate his unique talent on the 20th anniversary of his legendary Grace album with an awesome selection of images (some of which never shown before) by Merri Cyr, the only photographer who had total access to Buckley since day one. Merri shot several of Buckley's historic record covers, including Live at Sin-é, Grace and Sketches for my Swetheart The Drunk. The show is pencilled in for September 14 and will be accompanied by a beautiful catalogue. We'll keep you posted soon, but you can already enquire re prints availablity.
BOB DYLAN TURNS 73!
Bob Dylan turns 73 today! We celebrate the "song and dance man" with this image by Joe Alper, taken in 1962 at the Alper's household in Schenectady with Dylan's then fiancée Suze Rotolo (yes, the same one you can spot on Dylan's Freewheelin' Dylan album cover). This photograph was included in our 2013 Dylan Before Dylan exhibition.
GREAT ITALIAN MUSIC PHOTOGRAPHERS ON RADIOTRE.
Hear some of the great Italian music photographers talk about their life-long passion in "Passioni. Il suono fotogenico" on RadioTre, around 10.50am. Sat. Apri 19 and Sun. April 20: Guido Harari, Roberto Masotti, Mauro Balletti. Sat. April 26 and Sun. April 27: Cesare Monti (featured here one of his classic photographs of Fabrizio De André), Gianni Greguoli, Paolo Soriani.
ERIC CLAPTON TURNS 69!
Eric Clapton turns 69! We celebrate one of the greatest guitar players of all time with this classic photograph of Cream, taken somewhere in the US by the incredible Art Kane for Life magazine's "New Rock" issue in 1968.
GUIDO HARARI INTERVIEWED BY RED RONNIE.
Guido Harari will be interviewed live tonight, from 9pm to midnight, by Red Ronnie on his "Barone Rosso" tv show. A great opportunity to hear the stories behind Guido's photographs of Peter Gabriel, Kate Bush, Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, Lou Reed, Leonard Cohen, Patti Smith, Bob Marley, Jeff Buckley and many more. http://www.roxybar.tv/ricerca-programmi/
KATE BUSH GOES LIVE AGAIN AFTER 35 YEARS!
Kate Bush fans all over the world are in deep shock as the elusive artist just announced out of the blue that she will take to the stage again. 35 years since her 1979 "Tour Of Life", Kate Bush will perform a series of 15 concerts at London's Eventim Apollo, titled "Before The Dawn". Tickets are expected to sell out in a second. Guido Harari has collaborated closely with Kate between 1982 and 1993, shooting her official press & promo sessions for albums like Hounds Of Love, The Sensual World and The Red Shoes. He was also summoned by Kate on the set of her film The Line, The Cross & The Curve. Some of these photographs ended up on the cover of records like Rubberband Girl and Moments Of Pleasure, as well as in the booklet of the This Woman's Work box set. Enjoy this image by Guido from 1985.
“FABRIZIO DE ANDRÉ. SGUARDI RANDAGI”, BOOK AND EXHIBITION IN ALBA, DECEMBER 1ST.
You are all invited on Saturday, December 1st, at 5:00pm, to the opening of the photo exhibition and booksigning ofmore
“ART KANE. HARLEM 1958” BOOK EVENTS IN NEW YORK!
New York! Join us with Jonathan Kane for a series of conversations and celebrations of his new bookmore
CRISTINA ARRIGONI'S ''THE SOUND OF HANDS'' EXHIBITION AT WALL OF SOUND GALLERY, OCTOBER 28.
Wall Of Sound Editions has just publishedmore