We’re very pleased to introduce the new Rock Photography Museum Podcast. The concept? A music photographer and one of his or her subjects randomly find themselves seated next to each other in an airport bar. You’re a fly on the wall for the chat that ensues.
For Episode 1 we’re pleased to be able to bring you a conversation with Graham Nash and Alec Byrne. Graham is the legendary co-founder of the Hollies and Crosby, Stills and Nash, and an accomplished photographer in his own right. Alec covered the London music scene in the late ’60s and early ’70s, his archive a lost treasure that sat hidden away in his garage for close to 40 years.
Episode 2 features a conversation with veteran photographer Chester Simpson and legendary music journalist Joel Selvin. Chester cut his teeth shooting music in San Francisco beginning in the early ’70s. Joel has written nearly 20 books on pop music and his weekly column in the San Francisco Chronicle ran for nearly 40 years. These two old friends catch up after many years with a chat that begins with Chester recalling how he met his mentor, Jim Marshall.