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Austin Proclamation

Coinciding with the opening of The Jack and Jim Gallery at Austin City Limits Live, the city of Austin declared September 14, 2011, "Jim Marshall Day." The exhibit is the most comprehensive and longest-running public showing of Jim’s work. Read more about the permanent exhibit: Jack & Jim Gallery at Austin City Limits Live.

SXSW‬ attendees are invited to an hourlong ‪All Access‬ panel discussion with Amelia Davis, musicologist Joel Selvin, photographer Jay Blakesberg and musician/educator Jorma Kaukonen, dishing on legendary photographer and Grammy Trustees Award-winner Jim Marshall‬ and his place in music history. Check out the venue and details at http://sxsw.is/1w4611G. Festivities, art and refreshments follow from 4pm to 6pm at ACL-Live’s Jack and Jim Gallery.

Aretha Franklin, San Francisco, 1970

Billboardbiz: Backbeat: Live From Coldplay's New Year's Eve Taping @ Austin City Limits (In Mid-September)

As Austin geared up for three sweaty days of festival fun, Friday headliners Coldplay warmed up in style, taping their Austin City Limits TV performance on Thursday (Sept. 15) night. The special will air on New Year's Eve, a fact that frontman Chris Martin hammed up in full -- confetti drop and fake countdown included.

Jack and JIm Gallery, opening night (Photo credit: Jessica Pages)

Culturemap Austin: Stalking Janis Joplin: The Jack and Jim Gallery.

The Jack and Jim Gallery opened yesterday at ACL Live.The gallery displays 30 of the most iconic rock n' roll images from famed music photographer Jim Marshall; on this night alongside drinks provided by Jack Daniel's Whiskey.

The Beatles, final concert at Candlestick Park, San Francisco, 1966

Whiskey and rock n' roll: The Jack and Jim Gallery at ACL Live celebrates Jim Marshall's photography.

It’s hard to think about rock n' roll and not think of Jim Marshall. Marshall’s photography has shaped and influenced how we collectively think about some of the greatest musicians of all time: Jimi Hendrix burning his guitar at Monterey, Johnny Cash flipping off the camera at San Quinton Prison, Janis Joplin with a bottle of Southern Comfort and The Beatles walking off the field of their last show—these iconic images were all created by Jim Marshall.

Keith Richard and Mick Jagger, at recording studio for Exile on Main Street, Los_Angeles, 1972

Ultra8201: ACL 2011, Jack & Jim.

Austin City Limit’s Live, Austin’s new world-class live music venue, will partner with Jack Daniel’s and Jim Marshall Photography to host the largest exhibition of works from legendary photographer Jim Marshall. The “Jack & Jim” Gallery kicks off with a debut party on today at 4 p.m.

Jimi Hendrix burning his Strat, Monterey Pop Festival, 1967

Austin Social Planner: Jack & Jim Gallery Opening.

Well, folks…it’s here. The annual three-day musical smorgasbord known as the Austin City Limits Music Festival is about to  take up residence in Zilker Park for what is sure to be one hot weekend of fun. So now that the city is officially in a music mood, why not think about taking a look back at the legends of of rock & roll through the lens of one of its most notable photographers? That’s where the JACK & JIM Gallery comes into play.

Allman Brothers, Fillmore East, 1971

Examiner.com: Beatles and other photos by legendary lensman go on display today.

What's being called the largest exhibit ever by legendary photographer Jim Marshall will open in Austin, Texas, starting today.

Janis Joplin and Grace Slick, San Francisco,1967

SeeSaw Austin:: Jim Marshall’s “Jack & Jim” Photo Exhibit at ACL Live at the Moody Theater.

If you’d rather weather the calm before the storm with something a little more relaxing (and quiet), but still want to be a part of the musical weekend, you’ll want to check out the “Jack & Jim” gallery at Moody Theater, hosted by Jack Daniels and Jim Marshall LLC.

Jimi Hendrix burning his Strat, Monterey Pop Festival, 1967

Austin Business Journal: ACL shows off music icons.

Austin City Limits Live in partnership with Jack Daniel’s is presenting “Jack & Jim,” a photography exhibit of music icons by photographer Jim Marshall.