This was taken outside a church at the bottom of Kensington Church Street. A front cover photo session of Sonic Youth for Lime Lizard mag.
Kim Gordon from Sonic Youth photographed by Steve Double on the New York City subway in April 1990.
Chris Cornell from Soundgarden captured in Toronto, Canada in September 2011.
Chris Cornell captured on the set of Saturday Night Live before Soundgarden played in May 1996
The Specials performing onstage at the legendary Hope & Anchor pub in London in 1980
This was a great night, one of the best gigs I went to. Being a Two Tone band I just had to shoot in black and white.
Signed limited edition fine art cassette print by Horace Panter of The Specials 'Ghost Town'
The Specials captured at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston, USA in January 1980
Limited edition of Morgan Howell's original painting of the cover of The Specials Ghost Town vinyl single
A packed house of rude boys and girls bouncing on the sprung dance floor of The Palais made it difficult to hold a camera steady.
Jools Holland fronting the line-up in this Squeeze shot taken in London in 1978. The same year as they released their debut album.
Squeeze photographed by Jill Furmanovsky early in their career in July 1977.
Status Quo shot in Primrose Hill, London during the late 1970s/early 1980s
Stereophonics bassist Richard Jones, drummer Stuart Cable and singer Kelly Jones captured in Wales in 1999
Pop art style artwork celebrating Stevie Ray Vaughan created by acclaimed artist and musician Horace Panter
American guitarist and singer-songwriter Stevie Ray Vaughan photographed by Luciano Viti at the Umbria Jazz Festival in Perugia in 1985.
Stevie Ray Vaughan photographed with his band Double Trouble taken at the CBS Office in London.
Stevie Wonder live onstage at the Rainbow Theatre in January 1973 promoting his latest album 'Innervisions'.
It felt just perfect to be there with a band that I knew were just about to release one the greatest albums of the decade.
Limited edition giant vintage pin badge featuring artwork of The Stranglers album Rattus Norvegicus by artist Tony Dennis AKA Tape Deck Art
The Stranglers photographed by Jill Furmanovsky amongst the glaciers of Iceland in May 1978
In May 1978 The Stranglers visited Iceland to promote their latest studio album 'Black and White'
The Stranglers performing in Reykjavik, Iceland in 1978 during a press tour to support the release of their third album 'Black and White.
Paul Weller and Mick Talbot of The Style Council photographed by Luciano Viti at the Sheraton Hotel, Rome in 1984.