JAM Book Release Party with Jay Blakesberg

JAM Book Release Party

Come celebrate the release of JAM – the new coffee table photography book by San Francisco based photographer Jay Blakesberg. Jay will be on hand to sign his new book.

JAM is an exhilarating photographic journey through the contemporary landscape of the live rock and roll experience, captured by one of today's most renowned and in-demand rock photographers, Jay Blakesberg. Starting with the forefathers of psychedelic rock The Grateful Dead, JAM features more than 300 photos of artists, tracing the family tree to bands such as Phish, Dave Matthews Band, Widespread Panic, moe., My Morning Jacket, Jane’s Addiciton and many others.

Based in San Francisco, photographer and filmmaker Jay Blakesberg regularly contributes to numerous top national publications, including Rolling Stone, Guitar Player, Relix and Acoustic Guitar to name just a few.

Buy the book here: http://rockoutbooks.com/httpdocs/Rock_Out_Books/Books.html

Jay Blakesberg

Jay Blakesberg is a San Francisco based rock and roll photographer and film maker, whose work appears regularly in numerous publications, including Rolling Stone, Guitar Player, Relix and Acoustic Guitar to name just a few. He has photographed The Grateful Dead, Jane's Addiction, Counting Crows, Phish, Nirvana, the Rolling Stones, R.E.M., John Lee Hooker, Tom Petty, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam, Ben Harper, Flaming Lips, Carlos Santana, Tom Waits, Kronos Quartet, and tons of other distinguished artists. Over the last 30 years, Blakesberg's photography has been included in over 200 CD packages for Virgin, Reprise, EMI, Columbia, Warner Bros., Arista Records as well as many indie record labels. He has also published six coffee table books of his photography - Between the Dark and Light: The Grateful Dead Photography of Jay Blakesberg, To Defy the Laws of Tradition: A Photographic Archive of Primus & Les Claypool, Waking up with a Placebo Headwound, Images of The Flaming Lips by Jay Blakesberg and J. Michelle Martin, Traveling on A High Frequency, which is a 30 year retrospective of Jay's work, as well as books on The Mother Hips and one on various artists for First Act Guitars of Boston. His seventh coffee table book, JAM, features ALL live concert photography, which will be published in October 2013.



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