Jim Marshall is the ultimate rock & roll photographer – a man who was shooting during San Francisco's acid rock heyday and never stopped. His outsized personality and penchant for fast living have given him a special rapport with musicians over the years – from early 1960s to the present – and enabled him to get the candid, revealing shots no one else even attemped.

Jimi Hendrix
Sound Check, Monterey Pop Festival, 1967

"From the dressing room to the stage Jim Marshall is unquestionably the godfather of rock & roll photography. His discerning eye and his ability to capture emotion give us the perfect window into the netherworld of rock & roll music"

–Mark Seliger
Chief Photographer, Rolling Stone

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