Delicious Noise: Classic Rock & Roll; pg.5

Ronnie Montrose, Journey (pre-Perry) and Triumph

ronnie montrose open fire tour
concert photos concert photography
ross valory neil schon journey mike levine
rik emmett triumph gil moore
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This is the fourth page of premium concert photos in Delicious Noise. This page features two shows: 1) Pat Benatar from a show in 1980 at the San Jose Civic and 2) Neil Young and Crazy Horse at the Cow Palace in San Francisco during the filming and taping of Rust Never Sleeps, October 22, 1978. A premium group of images have been hand-picked from the Rock &amp; Roll galleries for inclusion in this fine art photography gallery, Delicious Noise. Concert photos in this group are available as a premier Fine Art Open Edition. Prints are numbered, signed, titled and dated. All photographs in this collection are archivally matted. The top window mat is also titled, signed and numbered. These special photographs are chosen partly for their iconic look and/or historic nature. Delicious Noise will grow over time as new groups are added to the Rock &amp; Roll concert photo gallery, so check back often.<br>
concert photos: Being a teenager with a 35mm camera in 70s era San Francisco rocked when it came to concert photography! Under 15 bucks a ticket to classic venues like the San Jose Civic, Winterland and Bill Graham's Day on the Green. Festival seating. No confiscated cameras. No three song photo limit. Just get in line early, wait for the doors to open and run like hell to the front of the stage. The majority of concert photography in this catalog has never been printed before. These concert photos were taken between 1976 and 1980. They were shot exclusively at various Bay Area venues.<br>
Performers included in this first page include Black Sabbath and Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow.
The fine art photography galleries included here have both black and white photographs and color photographs, presented as archival digital prints.</p>

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