Did you know that the Rolling Stones celebrated their 50th anniversary in 2012? Well, now you can celebrate this milestone in style with your very own print of the Rolling Stones by Baron Wolman! The Stones are our seventh featured band in our 10 Great Weeks + 10 Great Musicians + Giveaways Galore offer.
Choose any size print (11×14, 16×20, 20×24) of any of Baron’s photographs of the Rolling Stones from The Rolling Stone Years book and choose TWO of our five giveaways as a value-added bonus. Click here to view the prints from the book.
- Janis Joplin Waverly Press book, signed and numbered ($45 value)
- Groupies Waverly Press book, signed and numbered ($40 value)
- The Rolling Stone Covers book, signed ($30 value)
- The Rolling Stone Years black t-shirt in your size (S, M, L, XL, XXL) ($25 value)
- Baron Wolman’s Classic Rock postcard book, signed ($15 value)
Remember, you have only 1 week to purchase a print of the Rolling Stones (from the book) AND receive not one, but TWO of the free giveaways! What’s more, you get FREE SHIPPING to any destination within the continental U.S.
“You can’t always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, you might find, you get what you need.”
Get what you need…buy a print!
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 San Francisco to Kansas to Tucson to Austin and beyond.
To commemorate this exciting year, as a birthday gift from me to you, my favorite photo of George Harrison is now available to visitors to my website, but only through the end of August 2012.
The photograph is an absolutely gorgeous 11×14 inch pigment print produced by my friend, master printer, Tony Bonanno of Santa Fe. But wait, there’s more! With each signed-by-me print, you will also receive this limited edition “Rolling Stone Years” tee-shirt. Believe it or not, the cost of the iconic George Harrison print and the tee is only $250, and shipping is free ONLY to addresses within the continental United States. International orders will be charged US $50 for shipping.
Birthdays only happen once a year, so come on and celebrate this one with us.
Payment is easiest using the “Buy Now” button from PayPal on the Fotobaron website.
The Fotobaron at a book signing, Fopps, London, November 2011 © Dave Brolan
Demand is met during the Baron Wolman Cosmic World Book Tour! There is no shortage of fans around the globe who want to get their book signed. But if you can’t make it to one of Baron’s appearances, you can still purchase an affordable premium edition and receive your personalized copy. Says one fan, “Your book would be the best Christmas present ever…….I will always cherish my copy of the book :-)”
Baron at Omnibus HQ in London © Daniela Fischer
Baron’s trip to London could not have been much busier or more fabulous. Winning the VIP Award from Classic Rock Mag, hosting a master class at the O2 Arena and opening the Gibson Through The Lens exhibition, two book signings, a visit to Omnibus Press, hanging with old friends – as ever, mixing business with pleasure, and, hopefully, eating chips and drinking tea.
Baron at his signing at Lumas, © Dave Brolan
Thanks to Lauren Keogh for photos of Baron at the Gibson exhibition, book signing, and with his editor and friend, Dave Brolan
Always has, always will!
“My few days in London this November have been “absolutely fabulous.” Everybody has been extraordinarily hospitable with many memorable moments, not the least of which was receiving the Classic Rock Magazine VIP award for the contribution my photography has made to the music industry. It was terrific to chat briefly at the awards ceremony with a couple of the musicians I had photographed “back in the day” – Pete Townshend and Jeff Beck. The Gibson-sponsored master class at the O2 was well attended and enthusiastically received. The Dave Brolan-curated exhibit of extraordinary photographs of musicians with their Gibson guitars was a moving visual experience. This morning’s appearance on Sky News was worth the early wake-up call; I was even served a full breakfast to assure I was fueled for my appearance on national TV. I love this city and cannot wait to return, to continue mixing business with pleasure.”
Baron gave a masterclass at the official opening of the Gibson Through The Lens exhibition tonight, hosted by the British Music Experience at London’s O2 arena. The exhibition, curated by Dave Brolan, will be on show through January, but Baron is only in London for a few more days. So get over to one of his book signings: Friday, November 11th at Lumas Gallery, 50 Conduit St.; or Fopp, 1 Earlham Street in Covent Garden.
Images © Dave Brolan
The Who with Kit Lambert recording Tommy, IBC Studios, London, 1968
This book is packed full of behind-the-scenes gems. Here we find Baron in the studio while The Who record what will become the album ‘Tommy’. It’s 1968, Baron’s photographing George Harrison on this trip and it’s after this session with the Who that he went to visit Mick Jagger on the set of ‘Performance’.