Mark your calendar. In a broadcast on the Grateful Dead Channel of SiriusXM Sunday, October 30, Amelia Davis (award-winning photographer and owner of Jim Marshall Photography LLC) and David Gan(musician, music journalist, and friend of Jim Marshall)–talk about Jim, jazz, jamming, and "Jazz Festival," Jim's new, acclaimed photojournal of '60s jazz greats.
Why "jamming"? The influences of... more
Check siriusxm.com/gratefuldead for the time.
Omar Clay at the Newport Jazz Festival in Rhode Island, July 4, 1963. (© Jim Marshall Photography LLC)
By Paul Liberatore, Marin Independent Journal
Whenever there’s mention of the work of the late San Francisco photographer Jim Marshall, the first thing most people think of is rock ’n’ roll. A pioneering rock photographer, he was famous for his iconic images of Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, the Grateful Dead and many other bands and musicians from the heyday of rock in the late 1960s and... more
Read more at marinij.com
Book Signing and Talk
Celebrate Jazz 100: The Music of Dizzy, Ella, Mongo & Monk and the pre-concert, East Coast book launch of Jim Marshall: Jazz Festival.
Join Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Director of Public Programs & Education Resources Seton Hawkins in conversation with Graham Marsh, Amelia Davis, and Tony Nourmand.
Hear firsthand the photographs and stories that... more
KAMAKURA SHIRTS, REEL ART PRESS and ARTBOOK | D.A.P.
invite you to the book launch and signing of:
JAZZ FESTIVAL: JIM MARSHALL
“Jazz hipsters had their own, timelessly stylish take on the Ivy Look, which still has many lessons to teach us, in this much-less-hip future we now inhabit.” –Mr Porter
Art Director Graham Marsh, and Editor Amelia Davis will be signing copies... more
Official video trailer for Jim Marshall's book "Jazz Festival."
This image of Mick Jagger, captured by Jim Marshall while on assignment for LIFE magazine, was taken in LA during the West Coast leg of the Rolling Stones 1972 Tour.
Music + Photography + Desert = A One-in-a-Lifetime Experience
October 7, 8, 9 and October 14, 15, 16
Performances by the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and His Band, Paul McCartney, Neil Young + Promise of the Real, Roger Waters, The Who
"The Desert Trip Photography Experience captures the nascent energy of the Sixties and... more
More information about the event at deserttrip.com
Miles Davis plays the trumpet at the Monterey Jazz Festival in Monterey, CA (1964).
By John Blake, CNN
"Jazz is dead."
Jazz connoisseurs have been hearing that eulogy for at least half a century. They're a picky bunch, often complaining about the quality of contemporary jazz while pointing to some golden era when "real" jazz thrived.But if jazz did indeed die, what was the cause of death, and when did it pass away?
A new book, "Jazz Festival: Jim Marshall... more
Read more at cnn.com
Johnny Hodges photographed at the Monterey Jazz Festival in Monterey, CA (September 24, 1961 © Jim Marshall Photography LLC)
Jim Marshall's coverage of the "culture of cool,” the jazz scene of the '60s, is captured in "Jazz Festival." This new book, published by Reel Art Press, has been named by American Photo to its list of "Best Photography Books Fall 2016.
More at americanphotomag.com
by Rose Garrett
A new public photography installation has gone up in the windows of the long-vacant San Francisco Unified School District building at Fell & Franklin.
Installed by neighboring SFJAZZ and curated by SFJAZZ photographer laureate Jim Goldberg, the new installation displays works by celebrated photographer Jim Marshall, who made his name documenting musicians of... more
John Coltrane with Wes Montgomery photographed at The Monterey Jazz Festival in Monterey, CA
(September 24, 1961)
© Jim Marshall Photography LLC.
Written by Jacob Brookman
Jim Marshall’s photos of 60s jazz festivals capture the many greats of the ‘first uniquely American art form’.
A new release celebrates the work of Grammy-award winning ‘father of music photography’, Jim Marshall as he documented American jazz festivals during the 1960s. Featuring icons such as Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie and Nina Simone, the collection... more
Read more at www.bjp-online.com