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Debbie Harry at her home studio in NYC in 1978. Blondie took time off from their busy schedule recording Parallel Lines for this portrait.
David Bowie at his flat in Beckenham in 1969. This photograph was used as the cover to 'Lover To The Dawn', a 10-song acoustic demo tape.
Elton John at his rented house in Los Angeles prior to his career-defining sellout concerts at Dodger Stadium.
Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters backstage before a gig at the Student Union Bar, University of London Union in August 2002.
Frank Sinatra in London in 1967 off-set from the filming of 'The Naked Runner'
Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine performing live at Glastonbury 2009.
The Jam before they go onstage at Poplar Civic Hall, London in June 1977
Johnny Borrell from Razorlight in his first ever press picture in Brick Lane, London in February 2000.
Johnny Cash in New York with his wife June Carter while recording together at Columbia Recording Studio in New York City 1975.
Veteran singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen inspired a Glastonbury ‘moment’ when he played his legendary song ‘Hallelujah’ at Glastonbury.
Marianne Faithfull photographed in Chelsea, London in 1973
Matt Bellamy of Muse performing at Islington Academy to promote the release of their album, Absolution.
Ozzy Osbourne - Sharon Osbourne let us into the room and then chastised us for not wanting a beer even though it was still morning.
Liam and Noel of Oasis, taken during the rehearsals for their upcoming tour
Patti Smith performing onstage at the Rainbow Theatre, London in April 1978
Thom Yorke and Johnny Greenwood of Radiohead performing at the Hollywood Bowl, 2003 in support of the 'Hail to the Thief' album.
Meg White & Jack White, of the White Stripes, play live at the Glastonbury Festival, 2002
This photo was taken in 2007 during the Camden Crawl, a music festival over two days around the venues in Camden Town, London.
This photo session was for No.1 Magazine (long since extinct) on a Eurythmics press day, they’d been doing interviews all day.
Bristol punk band The Cortinas hanging out in London in 1977 after the release of their debut single ' Fascist Dictator'
Jarvis Cocker mimicking the poster artwork for the film 'Kes' on an NME shoot
Bob Dylan and Suze Rotolo on the photo shoot for the album cover of 'Freewheelin' in a wintry New York City in February 1963
Blondie was regarded as an underground band in the United States until the release of their 3rd album 'Parallel Lines' in September 1978.
Cliff Richard listening to his recording of "A Girl Like You" in Abbey Road Studios in London in 1961
Taken before Ed left the tent to perform on the Arena Stage, V-Festival in August 2012