Rock n' Color

David Bowie


David Bowie with another one of his signature moves at the Arie Crown Theatre in Chicago on April 17th, 1978 for the "Heroes" tour. #0249-AC78
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Eddie Van Halen


Eddie Van Halen wails on his "Frankenstrat" at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on April 26th for Van Halen's 1979 world tour. #1883-AR79
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Debbie Harry- 'Blondie'


'Blondie' lead singer Debbie Harry, plays peek-a-boo after lunch in her hotel room in Chicago on the road to promote their first charting album 'Plastic Letters' in 1978. #0171-78
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Bob Marley


The rastafarian king, Bob Marley, was on his world tour for the album, 'Kaya', when he came through Chicago on May 27th, 1978 at the Uptown Theatre. #1080-UP78
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KISS- 1979


A classic pose from the all-time rock & roll poseurs, KISS features Gene Simmons (famous tongue extended), Paul Stanley and Ace Frehley in mid-song at the International Amphitheatre near the Chicago Stockyards. This was billed as the Return of KISS, following the disappointing showing of the bands four simultaneously released solo albums, and it propelled their Dynasty album into the Top Ten. #0958-AM79
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Keith Richards


During a break from the Rolling Stones in 1979, Glimmer Twins riffmaster Keith Richards joined an all-star outfit called the 'New Barbarians' on a concert trek in support of fellow Stone Ronnie Wood's solo album,'Gimme Some Neck'. Here on April 30th, in Milwaukee,WI , Keef gives Ronnie some neck of his own, his lean and jagged chords spotlighting his well-worn features and hedonistic lifestyle. #1409-M79
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AC/DC


Diminutive guitarist Angus Young comes from down under, much-missed singer Bon Scott when they stopped at old Comiskey Park on their "Powerage" tour in 1978. #0045-CP78
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The Ramones - Joey Ramone


'Ramones' lead singer Joey looks rather sedated in this 1979 shot from the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago,one of their favorite venues to play, the band still touring their way around the world for the "Road to Ruin" album. #1326-AR79
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Cheap Trick -Rick Nielsen


The clown prince of Rock & Roll displays his prodigious guitar prowess on one of his Hamer Flying V guitars following the unexpected release of the Rockford quartets best selling album,'Cheap Trick at Budokan',a trademark bow tie and checkerboard guitar strap in plain view. He and the band were celebrating their newfound popularity at Chicago's booming International Amphitheatre in 1979. #0372-AM79
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David Bowie


Chameleonic David Bowie captained an all-star crew across America in support of his 'Heroes' album back in 1978, stopping along the Chicago lakefront at the Arie Crown Theatre. Backed by a band that included axeman Adrian Belew, Utopia keyboardist Roger Powell, and Hawkwind violinist Simon House, Bowie left no doubt who was in charge as he brought his Eno-fied Berlin sound to Chicago. #0232-AC78
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Lita Ford


Lita Ford during the heyday of 'The Runaways', coming through Chicago at the infamous Aragon Ballroom in 1978. #1482-AR78
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Eddie Van Halen-2


Eddie Van Halen rocks the crowd at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on 'Van Halen's 1979 world tour. #1900-AR79
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KISS- Paul Stanley


Stalking the stage from his familiar spot in the International Amphitheatre photo pit on the South Side of Chicago, Dean catches Paul Stanley's star-filled eye, staring him down during "Rock And Roll All Nite",on KISS's 1979 trek, in support of their seventh studio album, 'Dynasty'. Two live albums and four solo offerings behind them, KISS and Stanley got back to work in a big way to please the ever younger KISS Army with new effects, including lasers and flying. It was the Return of KISS indeed. #0929-AM79
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AC/DC-Angus Young


Angus Young, lead guitarist of AC/DC, gives the crowd a look,at Comiskey Park, Chicago in the summer of 1978. #0039-CP78
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THE RAMONES


'THE RAMONES' brought their killer show to Chicago at the Aragon Ballroom in February 1979. #1331-AR79
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Jackson Browne


Three encores at his Milwaukee show in 1978 proved beyond the shadow of a doubt that Jackson Browne was here to "Stay" and not "Running on Empty". #0270-M78
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Elvis Costello


Elvis Costello was extremely nervous at the outset of his first US tour in 1977, but it didn't take long before he was rocking the crowd, as good as headliner Tom Petty at the Riviera Theatre in Chicago on December 3rd. #0439-R77
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Foreigner


Lou Gramm, great lead singer of 'Foreigner', leads the boys through another awesome show on their 1978 stadium tour, this time in Chicago at Comiskey Park on a hot August 5th. #0635-CP78
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The Runaways- Cherie Currie


The Runaways rolled through Chicago during their reign as the 'Queens of Noise', playing suburban Schaumburg club B'Ginnings in 1977. Vocalist Cherie Currie posed fetchingly under the red lights, modeling the latest in Rock & Roll chic lingerie, while guitarists Joan Jett and Lita Ford flirted with greater success and the local boys. #1463-BG77
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Bob Marley


By 1978, Bob Marley's bus to Babylon was running down the mountainsides of America, fueled by the success of the 'Exodus' single and the recently released opus 'Kaya'. Dean caught the Rastafarian bathed in the glow of the spiritual reggae colors amidst the cloudy sacramental worship of the Chicago faithful at the Uptown Theatre. Within three years, the highly revered hero of the Jamaican people and universally acknowledged master of reggae music would be dead from cancer at the age of 36. #1077-UP78
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Foreigner- Lou Gramm


Lou Gramm, lead singer of Foreigner, vocal chords and neck veins bulging, at Comiskey Park in Chicago during the hot summer of 1978. #0634-CP78
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Blue Oyster Cult


The Reaper was already behind them when 'Blue Oyster Cult' faced "Godzilla" on stage at the International Amphitheater in Chicago on December 27th, 1977. The full band is pictured here, for a change, thanks to Dean's special talent for perspective. #0193-AM77
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KISS -Gene 1979


Gene Simmons, in his world famous pose, gets the girls wondering, while performing on the KISS world tour in Chicago at the International Amphitheatre in 1979. #0962-AM79
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Jeff Beck


One of the greatest guitarists of all time, Jeff Beck, makes his guitar sing at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago in 1977. # 0157-AT77
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Journey - Steve Perry


Even though their biggest hits were still a couple of years away, at Journey's 1978 show on the Main Stage at Chicagofest by Navy Pier, singer Steve Perry was already a full-throated star. #0870-CF78
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Bad Company


Paul Rodgers leads Bad Company through their first US tour, coming through Chicago at the Stadium in 1977. #0135-CS77
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Ted Nugent


When the "Motor City Madman" took the stage in 1978, at the Chicago Stadium,it was with his "take-no-prisoners attitude and fully loaded-for-bear guitar arsenal," before the a typically ravenous crowd. #1162-CS78
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The Ramones - Dee Dee Ramone


Dee Dee Ramone jumps for joy in front of another sold-out RAMONES show at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on February 24th for their 1979 world tour. #1324-AR79
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KISS-Gene & Ace


Gene Simmons of KISS, helps Ace Frehley with a little sweat problem on his neck, on their 1979 world tour, coming through Chicago at the International Amphitheatre on the southwest side. #0957-AM79
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RUSH


One of the greatest three piece bands in the world, RUSH, perform at Chicago's International Amphitheatre on April 4th, 1980 during the "Permanent Waves" tour. This shot became a worldwide poster in 1980. #1559-AM80
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Lynyrd Skynyrd- Ronnie Van Zant


The lifeblood of Lynyrd Skynyrd was drained heavily when they lost Ronnie Van Zant, along with Steve and Cassie Gaines in a plane crash on October 20th,1977. In this photo just 2 months earlier,the group tore up Soldier Field in Chicago for the "Super Bowl of Rock #3". #1064-SF77
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The Ramones


Joey Ramone leads the "Pinhead" sing-a-long at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on January 20th for their 1978 world tour. #1313-AR78
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The Police


Roxanne had yet to turn on her ubiquitous red radio light, but The Police used theirs at the Riviera Theatre in Chicago, way back in 1979. Sting, Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers fill the frame from left to right , proving that three musicians can build a career by working the stage. The Police came through Chicago three times in 1979, starting with a nearly empty B.Ginnings, moving downtown to the Park West, and ending up on November 9th at the Riv with power popsters Pezband opening the show. #1260-R79
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RUSH -Alex Lifeson


Tasteful and progressive, the excellent Canadian guitarist for RUSH demonstrates one of his signature moves at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago just as the band shows signs of moving into a whole different Hemisphere of success. #1546-AR78
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Steve Martin


Steve Martin brought "King Tut" to Alpine Valley outside Chicago with his 'condo made of stone-a' in 1979. #1108-AV79
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KISS- 1979-2


Gene, Ace and Paul, rock the International Amphitheatre on the south side of Chicago during the 'DYNASTY' tour in 1979. #0933-AM79
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Sammy Hagar


Sammy flies through the air with the greatest of ease, without his Trans Am, thanks to Dean's quick shutter during his world tour opening for Boston at the Chicago Stadium on March 15th, 1979. #0728-CS79
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Todd Rungren


Todd Rundgren bathed in the glow of the lights at Park West in Chicago on his "Back to the Bars" tour in August 1978. #1515-PW78
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J. Geils


J. Geils rocked the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on October 14th, 1977 while promoting the album, "Monkey Island". #0655-AR77
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Rock n' Color

David Bowie


David Bowie with another one of his signature moves at the Arie Crown Theatre in Chicago on April 17th, 1978 for the "Heroes" tour. #0249-AC78
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Eddie Van Halen


Eddie Van Halen wails on his "Frankenstrat" at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on April 26th for Van Halen's 1979 world tour. #1883-AR79
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Debbie Harry- 'Blondie'


'Blondie' lead singer Debbie Harry, plays peek-a-boo after lunch in her hotel room in Chicago on the road to promote their first charting album 'Plastic Letters' in 1978. #0171-78
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Bob Marley


The rastafarian king, Bob Marley, was on his world tour for the album, 'Kaya', when he came through Chicago on May 27th, 1978 at the Uptown Theatre. #1080-UP78
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KISS- 1979


A classic pose from the all-time rock & roll poseurs, KISS features Gene Simmons (famous tongue extended), Paul Stanley and Ace Frehley in mid-song at the International Amphitheatre near the Chicago Stockyards. This was billed as the Return of KISS, following the disappointing showing of the bands four simultaneously released solo albums, and it propelled their Dynasty album into the Top Ten. #0958-AM79
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Keith Richards


During a break from the Rolling Stones in 1979, Glimmer Twins riffmaster Keith Richards joined an all-star outfit called the 'New Barbarians' on a concert trek in support of fellow Stone Ronnie Wood's solo album,'Gimme Some Neck'. Here on April 30th, in Milwaukee,WI , Keef gives Ronnie some neck of his own, his lean and jagged chords spotlighting his well-worn features and hedonistic lifestyle. #1409-M79
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AC/DC


Diminutive guitarist Angus Young comes from down under, much-missed singer Bon Scott when they stopped at old Comiskey Park on their "Powerage" tour in 1978. #0045-CP78
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The Ramones - Joey Ramone


'Ramones' lead singer Joey looks rather sedated in this 1979 shot from the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago,one of their favorite venues to play, the band still touring their way around the world for the "Road to Ruin" album. #1326-AR79
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Cheap Trick -Rick Nielsen


The clown prince of Rock & Roll displays his prodigious guitar prowess on one of his Hamer Flying V guitars following the unexpected release of the Rockford quartets best selling album,'Cheap Trick at Budokan',a trademark bow tie and checkerboard guitar strap in plain view. He and the band were celebrating their newfound popularity at Chicago's booming International Amphitheatre in 1979. #0372-AM79
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David Bowie


Chameleonic David Bowie captained an all-star crew across America in support of his 'Heroes' album back in 1978, stopping along the Chicago lakefront at the Arie Crown Theatre. Backed by a band that included axeman Adrian Belew, Utopia keyboardist Roger Powell, and Hawkwind violinist Simon House, Bowie left no doubt who was in charge as he brought his Eno-fied Berlin sound to Chicago. #0232-AC78
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Lita Ford


Lita Ford during the heyday of 'The Runaways', coming through Chicago at the infamous Aragon Ballroom in 1978. #1482-AR78
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Eddie Van Halen-2


Eddie Van Halen rocks the crowd at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on 'Van Halen's 1979 world tour. #1900-AR79
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KISS- Paul Stanley


Stalking the stage from his familiar spot in the International Amphitheatre photo pit on the South Side of Chicago, Dean catches Paul Stanley's star-filled eye, staring him down during "Rock And Roll All Nite",on KISS's 1979 trek, in support of their seventh studio album, 'Dynasty'. Two live albums and four solo offerings behind them, KISS and Stanley got back to work in a big way to please the ever younger KISS Army with new effects, including lasers and flying. It was the Return of KISS indeed. #0929-AM79
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AC/DC-Angus Young


Angus Young, lead guitarist of AC/DC, gives the crowd a look,at Comiskey Park, Chicago in the summer of 1978. #0039-CP78
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THE RAMONES


'THE RAMONES' brought their killer show to Chicago at the Aragon Ballroom in February 1979. #1331-AR79
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Jackson Browne


Three encores at his Milwaukee show in 1978 proved beyond the shadow of a doubt that Jackson Browne was here to "Stay" and not "Running on Empty". #0270-M78
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Elvis Costello


Elvis Costello was extremely nervous at the outset of his first US tour in 1977, but it didn't take long before he was rocking the crowd, as good as headliner Tom Petty at the Riviera Theatre in Chicago on December 3rd. #0439-R77
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Foreigner


Lou Gramm, great lead singer of 'Foreigner', leads the boys through another awesome show on their 1978 stadium tour, this time in Chicago at Comiskey Park on a hot August 5th. #0635-CP78
Order a Limited Edition Print (Edition of 30):

The Runaways- Cherie Currie


The Runaways rolled through Chicago during their reign as the 'Queens of Noise', playing suburban Schaumburg club B'Ginnings in 1977. Vocalist Cherie Currie posed fetchingly under the red lights, modeling the latest in Rock & Roll chic lingerie, while guitarists Joan Jett and Lita Ford flirted with greater success and the local boys. #1463-BG77
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Bob Marley


By 1978, Bob Marley's bus to Babylon was running down the mountainsides of America, fueled by the success of the 'Exodus' single and the recently released opus 'Kaya'. Dean caught the Rastafarian bathed in the glow of the spiritual reggae colors amidst the cloudy sacramental worship of the Chicago faithful at the Uptown Theatre. Within three years, the highly revered hero of the Jamaican people and universally acknowledged master of reggae music would be dead from cancer at the age of 36. #1077-UP78
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Foreigner- Lou Gramm


Lou Gramm, lead singer of Foreigner, vocal chords and neck veins bulging, at Comiskey Park in Chicago during the hot summer of 1978. #0634-CP78
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Blue Oyster Cult


The Reaper was already behind them when 'Blue Oyster Cult' faced "Godzilla" on stage at the International Amphitheater in Chicago on December 27th, 1977. The full band is pictured here, for a change, thanks to Dean's special talent for perspective. #0193-AM77
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KISS -Gene 1979


Gene Simmons, in his world famous pose, gets the girls wondering, while performing on the KISS world tour in Chicago at the International Amphitheatre in 1979. #0962-AM79
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Jeff Beck


One of the greatest guitarists of all time, Jeff Beck, makes his guitar sing at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago in 1977. # 0157-AT77
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Journey - Steve Perry


Even though their biggest hits were still a couple of years away, at Journey's 1978 show on the Main Stage at Chicagofest by Navy Pier, singer Steve Perry was already a full-throated star. #0870-CF78
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Bad Company


Paul Rodgers leads Bad Company through their first US tour, coming through Chicago at the Stadium in 1977. #0135-CS77
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Ted Nugent


When the "Motor City Madman" took the stage in 1978, at the Chicago Stadium,it was with his "take-no-prisoners attitude and fully loaded-for-bear guitar arsenal," before the a typically ravenous crowd. #1162-CS78
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The Ramones - Dee Dee Ramone


Dee Dee Ramone jumps for joy in front of another sold-out RAMONES show at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on February 24th for their 1979 world tour. #1324-AR79
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KISS-Gene & Ace


Gene Simmons of KISS, helps Ace Frehley with a little sweat problem on his neck, on their 1979 world tour, coming through Chicago at the International Amphitheatre on the southwest side. #0957-AM79
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RUSH


One of the greatest three piece bands in the world, RUSH, perform at Chicago's International Amphitheatre on April 4th, 1980 during the "Permanent Waves" tour. This shot became a worldwide poster in 1980. #1559-AM80
Order a Limited Edition Print (Edition of 30):

Lynyrd Skynyrd- Ronnie Van Zant


The lifeblood of Lynyrd Skynyrd was drained heavily when they lost Ronnie Van Zant, along with Steve and Cassie Gaines in a plane crash on October 20th,1977. In this photo just 2 months earlier,the group tore up Soldier Field in Chicago for the "Super Bowl of Rock #3". #1064-SF77
Order a Limited Edition Print (Edition of 30):

The Ramones


Joey Ramone leads the "Pinhead" sing-a-long at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on January 20th for their 1978 world tour. #1313-AR78
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The Police


Roxanne had yet to turn on her ubiquitous red radio light, but The Police used theirs at the Riviera Theatre in Chicago, way back in 1979. Sting, Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers fill the frame from left to right , proving that three musicians can build a career by working the stage. The Police came through Chicago three times in 1979, starting with a nearly empty B.Ginnings, moving downtown to the Park West, and ending up on November 9th at the Riv with power popsters Pezband opening the show. #1260-R79
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RUSH -Alex Lifeson


Tasteful and progressive, the excellent Canadian guitarist for RUSH demonstrates one of his signature moves at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago just as the band shows signs of moving into a whole different Hemisphere of success. #1546-AR78
Order a Limited Edition Print (Edition of 30):

Steve Martin


Steve Martin brought "King Tut" to Alpine Valley outside Chicago with his 'condo made of stone-a' in 1979. #1108-AV79
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KISS- 1979-2


Gene, Ace and Paul, rock the International Amphitheatre on the south side of Chicago during the 'DYNASTY' tour in 1979. #0933-AM79
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Sammy Hagar


Sammy flies through the air with the greatest of ease, without his Trans Am, thanks to Dean's quick shutter during his world tour opening for Boston at the Chicago Stadium on March 15th, 1979. #0728-CS79
Order a Limited Edition Print (Edition of 30):

Todd Rungren


Todd Rundgren bathed in the glow of the lights at Park West in Chicago on his "Back to the Bars" tour in August 1978. #1515-PW78
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J. Geils


J. Geils rocked the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on October 14th, 1977 while promoting the album, "Monkey Island". #0655-AR77
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These limited edition Giclée prints, individually made by the artist, are signed and numbered on the half-inch border. Size listed is the finished print size.

The DEAN SIMMON ARCHIVES watermark will not appear on the final print.

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Hahnemule Fine Art Baryta paper

High resolution archival pigment process i.e, Archival Fine Art paper with pigment inks applied.