Mick Rock got his start photographing the local rock music scene in England and with his signature visual style, quickly made a name for himself. Over the following 50 years, he captured the most iconic moments in rock ’n’ roll. Read the full article here
A great time was had by all at the Moonage Daydream preview held at Atlas Gallery in London and Morrison Hotel Gallery in New York City.
n addition to the cinematic fantasia now glamming up your local IMAX screen, Moonage Daydream is the title of another David Bowie-based cultural artifact, namely late, great photographer Mick Rock’s book (via publisher Genesis) compiling his abundant portraits of Bowie as Ziggy Stardust, along with the British chameleon’s own narration. Full Article here: https://hitsdailydouble.com/news&id=333189&title=GRUENAGE-DAYDREAM
On Thursday, July 14th 2022 the Scala in London unveiled an English Heritage Blue Plaque commemorating the 50th anniversary of two live concerts. In what was the King’s Cross Cinema, during the weekend of 14th July 1972, the first UK appearances of Lou Reed and Iggy Pop were performed. Mick Rock was there on both nights, capturing
Anniversary Edition David Bowie, Mick Rock ‘The closest we’ll ever get to a straight up Bowie autobiography — but who’d ever want anything straight-up from Bowie?’ – Rolling Stone In 2002, David Bowie and Mick Rock created Moonage Daydream, the defining document of the life and times of Ziggy Stardust. Twenty years later, it remains