Break the Rules...Buy a Print!

Break the Rules…Buy a Print!

March 7, 2013

Announcing the featured band for Week 2 of our “10 Great Weeks + 10 Great Musicians + Giveaways Galore” offer. Drum roll please…. …The Jeff Beck Group! Choose any size print (11×14, 16×20, 20×24) of any of Baron’s photographs of The Jeff Beck Group from The Rolling Stone Years book and choose TWO of our [...]

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"Hello, I'm Johnny Cash."

“Hello, I’m Johnny Cash.”

February 28, 2013

Our very first featured musician for our 10 Great Weeks + 10 Great Musicians + Giveaways Galore Offer is “The Man in Black”…Johnny Cash! Choose any size print (11×14, 16×20, 20×24) of any of Baron’s photographs of Johnny Cash (or Johnny and June Cash) from The Rolling Stone Years book and choose TWO of our [...]

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10 Great Weeks + 10 Great Musicians + Giveaways Galore = A Great Deal...!

10 Great Weeks + 10 Great Musicians + Giveaways Galore = A Great Deal…!

February 21, 2013

For the next ten weeks, we’ll be highlighting ten different musicians or bands featured in The Rolling Stone Years book. With the purchase of any size print of “the musician of the week,” you get to choose two free giveaways from our “Fab Five.” Curious? Here’s how it works: Starting March 1st, each week we’ll [...]

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And Now for Something Entirely New!

And Now for Something Entirely New!

October 4, 2012

Drum roll please… Introducing a Limited Series of 50 skateboard decks by an awesome French company called Boom Art featuring photographs by yours truly.  The skateboards were designed and built by a talented French artist, Dominique Baconnier.  I mean really, it doesn’t get any cooler than classic rock photographs blazing the backsides of collector skateboard [...]

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A Birthday Gift from Me to You!

A Birthday Gift from Me to You!

August 10, 2012

George Harrison, Apple Corps offices, London, 1968 My book, “The Rolling Stone Years” is one year young this month. And what a year it has been, with a book tour that took me to cities and countries far and wide, from Russia and Australia, to the UK and the Netherlands, from NYC to LA to [...]

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Baron’s First Report from the Windy City

Baron’s First Report from the Windy City

August 7, 2012

“And then when I went to Chicago, that’s when I had these outer space experiences and went to the other planets.” –Sun Ra Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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It's Classified!

It’s Classified!

July 31, 2012

“I could tell you, but then I’d have to kill you.”  A very limited edition of fifty (50) gorgeous 13×19 inch fine art poster prints will be unveiled at the Rock Art Show in Chicago this weekend.  The print is exclusive to the Rock Art Show and is reasonably priced at $75.  The subject must [...]

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Rock the Windy City!

Rock the Windy City!

July 26, 2012

Hello Chicago! I’m headed to the Windy City next weekend to appear at my friend, Scott Segelbaum’s, “Rock Art Show.”  The collection of art of and by famous rock and rollers is sponsored by WLS-FM, “The Station That Grew Up With You.” You must come see the hundreds of pieces on display, an amazing assemblage [...]

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48 Hours in the City of Angels

48 Hours in the City of Angels

July 9, 2012

Baron in action © Jean Fruth On Thursday evening I had the honor of speaking at Los Angeles’ Annenberg Space for Photography in conjunction with their current photography exhibit, “Who Shot Rock.” It was an enthusiastic crowd – well, nobody got up and left, so I guess that’s something. Following the Q&A session the Annenberg [...]

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En Route To Photoville

En Route To Photoville

July 3, 2012

“Flew down the East River and in to the Big Apple at sunset (see the Statue of Liberty?) to continue my 75th birthday celebration, to hang with friends, and to make an appearance on a Photoville panel sponsored by Rock Paper Photo on which I and my pals Julie Grahame, Anna Webber and Ed Baum [...]

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