The website also features SHOT TALK videos, IN-DEPTH INTERVIEWS with the photographers about the unique stories behind the shot.

LOS ANGELES, May 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Rock and Roll Gallery – with the tagline “What Was the Music Like” – is a growing online photographic wonderland that delights fans of classic rock. Founder Chris Vranian brought together a group of famous rock music photographers and created a robust platform featuring the best images of legendary artists venerable records of every shooter. A music enthusiast himself, Vranian calls it a place where “the History Channel meets the Biography Channel at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”. Visit the website at:

Organized by Vranian in collaboration with photographers, the Rock and Roll Gallery collection features iconic shots and selected excerpts from Arthur RosatRichard Upper, James Fortune, Sidney Smith, Jeffrey Mayer, Chuck Boyd, and Jill Gibson, all of whom have had extraordinary access to stellar performers. The works of these photographers have not been as widely disseminated as well-known images from other sources, which makes what Vranian presents a treasure trove of moments rarely seen in music history. All pictures are available for sale in limited edition to collectors through the Rock and Roll Gallery website.

The fun and informative Rock and Roll Gallery site – which Vranian calls a “playground” – also features the Shot Talk Video Collection presenting in-depth interviews with the photographers. With new entries constantly being created, all clips are produced by Vranianand each has the unique stories behind the plan – and the scene. See the new Shot Talk sizzle reel: Mr. Vranian is available for interviews.

Musical artists featured in the Rock and Roll Gallery include: Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, Bob Dylan, Rolling Stones, Joni Mitchell, Janis Joplin, jimi hendrix, Gregg Allman, Elton John, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, and much more. To see the whole collection: the the extremely user-friendly search function of the site allows searching by artist, photographer, city and even place.

The photograph of Bob Dylan at the top of this version is by Arthur Rosat in a recording studio santa monica in 1980. Rosato says, “We didn’t take many photos that day, probably four frames. It was very laid back. I don’t ask people to pose. The sound of the Bronica camera shutter is quite startling, like someone crushing a garbage can.” Van Halen the picture is from Superior Richardcaptured while on a promotional tour for the band’s debut single “You Really Got Me” at a McDonald’s in a Saint Louis suburb. Learn more about ShotTalk:

All Rock and Roll Gallery images are available for collectors in various sizes. Each limited edition print is printed on archival paper, is signed and dated by the artist, and comes with a certificate of authenticity from the Rock and Roll Gallery.

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