Famed photographers share shots and stories from rock’s golden era

Famed photographers share shots and stories from rock’s golden era
Famed photographers share shots and stories from rock’s golden era

Famed photographers share shots and stories from rock’s golden era

Starting in the mid 1960s Henry Diltz and Pattie Boyd found themselves, with cameras in hand, at the two centers of the Rock ‘n Roll universe. Pattie was married to George Harrison ( she’s the inspiration for Harrison’s masterpiece “Something,” as well as Eric Clapton’s “Layla” and “Wonderful Tonight”) and had access to the Fab Four and other English rockers that only a Beatles wife could...resulting in some wonderful photographs. Henry Diltz was a folk musician who began taking pictures of his friends in LA’s Laurel Canyon as that scene was exploding with the likes of Joni Mitchell, Neil Young and Crosby Stills & Nash. Now, the two have teamed up for “Behind the Lens,” a five-city tour featuring many of their favorite images and the stories behind them. They both join us for a sneak peak.