Last Call!

Little Devil Baron Wolman sporting his AC/DC horns in honor of Angus Young (pictured here on the left in 1977.) The photo was taken at the Blender Gallery in Sydney during Baron’s Cosmic World Book Tour, 2011.  Photo © Tali Udovich

We have good news and bad news:

The good news is there are only two copies of the Premium edition left to sell.
The bad news is there are only two copies of the Premium edition left to sell!

Who will be the lucky two buyers? Get aboard the Rock and Roll Train and let it be you!

About The Premium Edition
The Premium edition is the 176-page book in an elegant cloth slipcase with foil stamping on the front. Each copy is signed and numbered by Baron; there will only be a total of 600 copies of the Premium edition available, never more. The Premium edition will not be available in bookstores. The cost of the Premium edition of The Rolling Stone years is $60 plus $10.00 shipping and handling to addresses in the continental US. For the cost of shipping to other destinations, please inquire.
Click here to buy the book.

The AC/DC audience of little devils, 2011, in matching horns

Happy Valentine’s Day

Baron wishes you all a beautiful Valentine’s Day. The rest of us will never know how many of the lovely women that Baron photographed were also his Valentine… we can but fantasize.

Meanwhile… where else are you gonna get an original signed and numbered silver gelatin print by Baron Wolman for the ridiculously low price of $350? And get a limited edition copy of The Rolling Stone Years in the bargain? And get free shipping? Only right here! Email us to get yours before they’re all gone, baby.

Big Mama Thornton

Willie Mae “Big Mama” Thornton, San Francisco, 1968

“Willie Mae ‘Big Mama’ Thornton sang at the Newport Folk Festival, one of our stops on our 1969 Festival tour. Janis (Joplin) always gave credit to Big Mama, explained how she had been hugely inspired by her, that she listened a lot to Big Mama’s music. Big Mama’s song ‘Ball And Chain’ became a Janis classic.”

Incidentally, Big Mama was also the first to make a hit of “Hound Dog.”