Bob Gruen’s Iconic Rock ‘n’ Roll Photography: John Lennon, Mick Jagger, and More

From Joan Jett to Mick Jagger, see the best of Bob Gruen’s iconic rock ‘n’ roll photos.

Bob Gruen

Bob Gruen's Iconic Rock 'n' Roll Photography, From John Lennon to Mick Jagger

For forty years, legendary photographer Bob Gruen has been documenting the changing face of rock 'n' roll, capturing now iconic images of The Clash and Led Zeppelin to current acts like Green Day and The White Stripes. His work has been displayed everywhere from the National Portrait Gallery in London to New York's Museum of Modern Art. From April 4 - May 4, Pop International Galleries in SoHo will present over 100 classic rock photos by Gruen, showcasing The Clash, The Ramones, Joan Jett, and more. Check out the best of the bunch.

Elton John

Performing in concert in 1971.

Joan Jett

The punk goddess poses for a portrait in 1976.

New York Dolls

Guitarist Johnny Thunders and frontman David Johansen in 1973.

The Rolling Stones

The best of Gruen's images capturing the rock 'n' roll legends.

The Ramones

The punk rockers hang out on a New York City Subway in 1975.

Sid Vicious

The Sex Pistols guitarist goes in for the kill in 1978.

The Clash

The Clash rocking out in 1979.

Salvador Dali and Alice Cooper

Artist Salvador Dali casting a spell on Alice Cooper in 1973.

Tina Turner

The legendary singer wows an audience in 1970.

Mick Jagger, John Lennon and Yoko Ono

We'd pay to sit at this table in 1972.