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Derek Shulman of Gentle Giant at the Auditorium Theatre, March 1975.
Edgar Winter performing at the International Amphitheatre July 1974.
Edgar Winter performing at the International Amphitheatre July 1974.
Edgar Winter performing at the International Amphitheatre July 1974.
Rolling Stones #01 – International Amphitheatre, Chicago 1969

Edgar Winter performing at the International Amphitheatre  July 1974.
Ted whipping his guitar in Lubbock
Led Zeppelin #12 – Kinetic Playground, Chicago 1969  


Led Zeppelin #11 – Kinetic Playground, Chicago 1969 

Led Zeppelin #10 – Kinetic Playground, Chicago 1969 

Led Zeppelin #09 – Kinetic Playground, Chicago 1969 

Led Zeppelin #08 – Kinetic Playground, Chicago 1969 

Led Zeppelin #07 – Kinetic Playground, Chicago 1969 

Led Zeppelin #06 – Kinetic Playground, Chicago 1969
Ted rocking it in Lubbock, TX
Led Zeppelin #05 – Kinetic Playground, Chicago 1969 

Ted Nugent in Lubbock, TX
Led Zeppelin #04 – Kinetic Playground, Chicago 1969 

Led Zeppelin #03 – Kinetic Playground,  Chicago 1969 

Ted Nugent in Lubbock, TX
Led Zeppelin #02 – Kinetic Playground, Chicago 1969 

Steve Hackett of Genesis during the Lamb Lies Down on Broadway tour at the Arie Crown Theatre, February 1975.
Peter Gabriel of Genesis during the Lamb Lies Down on Broadway tour at the Arie Crown Theatre, February 1975.
History of Rock and Roll
Led Zeppelin #08 – Kinetic Playground, Chicago 1969 


Photography and music. My two loves, going way back. When I turned 16 late in ‘68, a driver’s license freed me to attend Chicago’s best venues for the best bands of the day. With a Nikkormat and a 28mm lens over my shoulder and my friends pointing the way, we’d usually arrive in the middle of the first set. When that ended, the crowd would thin, affording us a chance to push through to the front for the best possible view. I shot in black & white, sometimes with a flash, mostly without. Later, I processed and printed the good ones in a bare bones darkroom set up in my mother’s laundry room. I am truly grateful for the chance to see and photograph all that amazing talent. And truly baffled as to why I did not always bring my camera to the many other shows I attended. No second chances there.

TAGS: Jimmy Page, John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Led Zeppelin, Robert Plant

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Northfield, Illinois, United States of America
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Date Taken: 07.1969
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