Legends Of Rock : Iconic Photographic Exhibition
Acclaimed rock photographer Phil Nicholls, responsible for the ‘Tiny Spark’ images has an amazing exhibition opening this Sunday at Steam Cafe Bar on the corner of Union St and Silver St in the heart of Bristol.
The event will be open to the public from the 14 February until 31 March with the chance to view a slice of history taken from the vaults of photographers who have worked for legendary music paper Melody Maker among other titles.
The exhibition will include shots of: Courtney Love, Joe Strummer, Björk, Leonard Cohen, Massive Attack, Marc Almond, RUN DMC, Amy Winehouse, The Prodigy and the late great Lemmy Kilmister of Motörhead. There will be original stills taken from the first ever Pixies UK tour, as well as beautiful rarities of Audrey Hepburn and Barbra Streisand.
Paper Gods aim to extend the Bristol Music Festival weekend’s celebration of music by honouring some of the biggest and best stars of music history. Live music will include headlining band, Erica, The Dead Astronaut and Stephanie Kirkham.
Starting at 5pm, by invite only, guests to the launch party are encouraged to peruse the gallery, sample a specially made Paper Gods Vodka courtesy of Curio Spirits, indulge in one or two free canapés, then kick back to enjoy an evening of live music.