Visions of Sound
Aired On: Aug 2, 2012
Ebet Roberts discusses her work, from the emergence of punk rock in the late 1970s through the present, and offers insights into her club, concert, and studio portraits of everyone from the Sex Pistols and Bob Marley to Madonna and the Rolling Stones.
Ebet Roberts has been offering candid glimpses of some rock’s most iconic performers for 35 years. Her photographs look beyond the hype to capture revealing moments onstage, backstage, offstage and in the photo studio.
Roberts' photos have been published worldwide in publications including the New York Times, Rolling Stone, GQ and People...
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