Nick Cave, London, 1996

Anton Corbijn’s Iconic Music Photographs

Apache man playing a one stringed instrument with a bow. One of the few stringed instruments used by Native Americans in their music. Photographed between 1883 and 1888.

Chasi, a Warm Springs Apache musician playing the apache fiddle, a one stringed instrument with a bow, One of the few stringed instruments used by Native Americans in their music.

John Lydon, London, 1979

Anton Corbijn’s Iconic Music Photographs

John Lydon (Johnny Rotton of Sex Pistols and Public Image Ltd (PiL), London, 1979 by Anton Corbijn

RIP Mitch Lucker of Suicide Silence, Kenadee Lucker benefit | Adam Elmakias | Music Photographer

RIP Mitch Lucker of Suicide Silence, Kenadee Lucker benefit - Adam Elmakias

Photography is a language more universal than words. -Minor White

Music photographer I Photography is a language more universal than words.

janette beckman's iconic punk photographs capture britain's youth rebellion | punks words end london 1978

janette beckman's iconic punk photographs capture britain's youth rebellion

janette beckman los capturó a todos: mods, punks, chicas ska…

Christian Rose free-lance photographer specialized in music, Rock, Pop, Jazz, World. Music photographer Christian Rose is well known for his photography of musicians such as Miles Davis, Bob Marley, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa. For more than forty five years his pictures of musicians have continued to appear in the international press, in books, on films and TV, and at exhibitions worldwide.

Stevie Ray Vaughan - Photo session in Paris France - 23 Sep Photo credit: Christian Rose/Dalle/IconicPix

This never gets old! Diamond David Lee Roth Live 1978

Earliest Van Halen Photos From Iconic Music Photographer Ross Halfin

Anton Corbijn’s Iconic Music Portraits Are on View at the Hague Museum of Photography

Anton Corbijn’s Iconic Music Portraits Are on View at the Hague Museum of Photography

Kim Wilde by Anton Corbijn Anton Corbijn’s Iconic Music Portraits Are on View at the Hague Museum of Photography

♫♪ Music ♪♫ Black & white photo musician Henri Cartier-Bresson

This image is generally attributed to Henri Cartier Bresson, but is in fact by contemporary Puerto Rican amateur photographer Julio Roman, and was inspired by Henri Cartier Bresson.

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