Keith Richards on the set of Top of the Pops in 1971 getting ready to perform 'Brown Sugar' for the first time on the TV
The Marquee Club, London in 1971, Mick Jagger during a sound check
R.E.M photographed for the UK press whilst on tour supporting The Police in 1983.
Shot during a Spike Jonz video at the brilliant 'Embassador' Hotel in L.A. Stipe (REM) was in a playful mood.
Thom Yorke and Johnny Greenwood of Radiohead performing at the Hollywood Bowl, 2003 in support of the 'Hail to the Thief' album.
The photo was for 'Mojo', the Idea was to make the atmosphere more Intimate & just light the mouth......the voice, which is unique to Thom.
Johnny Ramone’s super-fast ‘buzzsaw’ guitar had a huge impact on the punk scene and he could make a two-minute song sound like an epic.
Guitarist Johnny Ramone and vocalist Joey Ramone playing at Manchester’s Apollo Theatre in December 1977.
The Ramones Pop Art limited edition fine art print by artist Horace Panter
This was my first punk image taken at the Roundhouse from above and behind the band in June 1976.
The Ramones performing live onstage at the Paradiso, Amsterdam in September 1978
Limited edition of Morgan Howell's original painting of the cover of The Ramones 'Baby, I Love You' vinyl single
This photograph of The Ramones by Mick Rock is an outtake from their 'End Of The Century' album photo session in 1979.
With Ikea and a motel on the other side, this was not a glamorous shoot but they were not a glamorous band. The location was perfect.
Energetic contact sheet of The Ramones performing at the Hammersmith Odeon, London in 1980
Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers having a calm moment whilst Catherine Mcgann shoots for Guitar World Magazine.
Anthony Kiedis comes alive when you aim a camera at him, John Frusciante was stoned and subdued, a perfect combo!
The artwork for Richard Wright, fabled keyboard player from popular rock and roll ensemble Pink Floyd, 1996 solo album Broken China.
The Rolling Stones performing Brown Sugar on Top of the Pops in 1971, a few days before they left for France to record 'Exile on Main St'.
Contact sheet of Charlie Watts, Rolling Stones drummer, taken at the Halcyon Hotel in London in March 1991
I concentrated on getting a good picture of Kieth and this is it. His assistant bought one so I must have caught something special!
Mick Jagger & Keith Richards from The Rolling Stones performing live at the legendary Madison Square Gardens, New York in July 1972
The Rolling Stones onstage performing during the television show "Ready, Set, Go"
Rolling Stones onstage on their celebrated Steel Wheels Tour in Los Angeles in October 1989
Keith Richards and Mick Jagger performing onstage with The Rollihg Stones at Foro Sol, Mexico City in February 1998
Keith Richards onstage in Copenhagen towards the end of The Rolling Stones 1973 European Tour
Charlie Wats, drummer with The Rolling Stones, captured in his room in the Halcyon Hotel, London in March 1991
Limited edition of Morgan Howell's original painting of the cover of The Rolling Stones 'Brown Sugar' vinyl single
I heard The Rolling Stones were doing a gig at the Roundhouse. I didn’t have ticket or pass. Waving my camera I blagged my way in
The Stones having a quick smoke before their appearance on 'Thank Your Lucky Stars' at ATV studios in Birmingham.
The Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger playing the guitar
Keith Richards performing onstage during an episode of Ready Steady Go! in London in 1966
Mick Jagger & Keith Richards performing onstage during The Rolling Stones 1989 Steel Wheels Tour in October 1989.
Mick Jagger making a guest appearance with Billy Preston at the Rainbow Theatre. He wore blue eye-shadow and a white suit
Limited edition of Morgan Howell's original painting of the cover of The Rolling Stones It's All Over Now vinyl single