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!
Director of Development Donna Atkins, Curator of Education Abbie Edens, Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Kristen Miller Zohn, and Guest Curator Chris Murray with Baron’s photograph of Janis Joplin.
‘Sound and Vision: Monumental Rock & Roll Photography’ just opened in Columbus, Georgia. Our friends at Govinda Gallery “…have been working for several years developing this touring exhibition with the Columbus Museum. This exhibition represents much of our work championing significant photographs documenting rock & roll, hip hop, and blues music.”
Baron has photographs of Janis Joplin and Mick Jagger in the show and says “it is a really terrific and unpretentious exhibit which celebrates the power and quality of the images, an exhibit of which I’m very proud to be a part.” See Govinda for details.
Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, Day On The Green, Oakland Coliseum, CA, 1978
Publicity for the new book gathers momentum – not moss – and we’re enjoying great press coverage. Baron sold out of books to sign in Cleveland last week and we expect the same in LA tonight! Meanwhile ‘Shortlist’ magazine in the UK describes Baron’s book as “A must-have artefact from rock’s golden age.”
Mick Jagger and Anita Pallenberg on the set of Performance, London, 1968
It’s not fair. Really. Whilst complaining that he missed out by not getting a chance to live in Swinging Sixties London, Baron blithely explains how “…after The Who finished work in the studio Pete (Townshend) invited us for dinner and later decided we should go over to the film set in which Mick Jagger was shooting his new movie, ‘Performance’… The relationships were all a little complex; Anita was Keith’s girlfriend who had been with Brian Jones before and was now in a movie doing love scenes with Mick.”