Forever Young: The Rock and Roll Photography of Chuck Boyd

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Santa Monica Press
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9.4 X 1.1 X 12.1 inches | 3.5 pounds
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About the Author
Chuck Boyd was a professional rock-and-roll photographer who shot such artists as the Rolling Stones, the Who, Cream, Led Zeppelin, KISS, and dozens of other artists throughout the 1960s and 1970s. Jeffrey Schwartz earned his master's degree in education, became an award-winning social studies teacher, and created a popular rock-and-roll history course for middle school and high school students in Los Angeles. In 2008, Lance Armstrong awarded Schwartz the LIVESTRONG Award for the programs that he developed in support of students and families battling cancer in Southern California. Schwartz currently lives in Santa Monica, where he works as a music historian and the archive director for the Chuck Boyd Photo Collection.
"Music journalist Schwartz documents how, through a combination of chance, hard work, and a daring personality, Boyd gained the confidence of major musical peers; a luxury that also enabled him to get shots of band members in compromising positions." --"Publishers Weekly "(December 24, 2012)
"The book's layout makes for some provocative visual comparisons, juxtapositions, or parallels. . . . Some of the layouts also suggest intriguing geographical and musical combination. . . Boyd's visual sense is painterly as well as photographic."
"A beautiful book from cover to cover . . . and a 'coffee table' display item to be sure. . . . Cover to cover, an absolute delight of photographs . . . and the perfect addition to your music book collection."
"A treasure trove of a time gone by lovingly restored for all to appreciate." --"Beat Magazine" (February 2013)