Rock Legends

The Rolling Stone Years: Concert Photos with Hendrix, Dylan, Doors

A new book features rare behind-the-scenes photos of legends like Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones.

Baron Wolman

Available Aug. 1 is ‘The Rolling Stone Years,’ a coffee table book featuring photos by Rolling Stone magazine’s chief photographer Baron Wolman, chronicles the music scene from 1967-1970. Check out images ranging from the iconic to never-before-seen of the era’s greatest musicians, including Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, and The Grateful Dead.

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Janis Joplin

Spaulding Taylor’s house, San Francisco, 1968

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Pink Floyd

Casa Madrona Hotel, Sausalito, 1967

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Jimi Hendrix

Winterland, San Francisco, 1968

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B.B. King

Backstage at Winterland, San Francisco, 1967

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George Harrison

London, 1968

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Joni Mitchell

At home in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles, 1968

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Jerry Garcia

Belvedere St. Studio, San Francisco, 1969

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The Grateful Dead

710 Ashbury Street, San Francisco, 1967

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Pete Townshend

Recording “Tommy” at IBC Studios, London, 1968

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Johnny Cash

Backstage at the Circle Star Theatre, Redwood City, 1967

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Miles Davis

At home in New York City, 1969

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Carlos Santana

Day-on-the-Green at Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, 1977

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Jim Morrison

Winterland, San Francisco, 1968

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Frank Zappa

Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles, 1968

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Angus Young, AC/DC

Day-on-the-Green at Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, 1978

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Mick Jagger

On the set of "Performance", London, 1968

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Little Richard

San Francisco, 1967

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Keith Richards

Day-on-the-Green at Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, 1978