Aired On: Sep 27, 2012
Bob Gruen discusses his career of photographing the music scene for over forty years.
Bob Gruen has captured the music scene for over forty years in photographs that have gained worldwide recognition. Shortly after John Lennon moved to New York in 1971, Gruen became John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s personal photographer, making photos of their working life as well as private moments.
Gruen has worked with acts such as Led Zeppelin, The Who, David Bowie, Tina...
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