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A Dose of Rock and Roll with Nancy Lee Andrews And Holly Stephey

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Nancy Lee Andrews is another of those great Jersey Girls (like Beatles artist Shannon) who went to college at N.Y.U. Nancy worked as a model for the Ford Agency and posed for pictures by some of the most famous photographers of the day like Richard Avedon, Gordon Munro and Milton Green. It was Milton Green who recognized that Nancy had a desire to be on the other side of the camera and got her started as a photographer. Encouraged by former Beatle, Ringo Starr, with whom she shared her life for six years (1974-1980), Nancy began shooting fashion assignments for designer boutiques along Rodeo Drive and trendy Melrose Avenue. She branched quickly into the music business, snapping photos of legendary artists such as George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, The Band, Keith Moon, Ted Nugent, Carl Perkins, Edgar Winter, Bernie Taupin, Greg and Duane Allman, Leon Russell, Glen Campbell, Donovan, Carl Radle (of Derek and the Dominos and Nancy’s first boyfriend) Arlo Guthrie, Dr. John, Ron Wood, Hoyt Axton, Harry Nilsson, Sonny Bono, Engelbert Humperdinck and Dolly Parton. This in addition to shooting publicity and photo packages and the covers for two of Ringo Starr albums – Ringo the 4th and Bad Boy. Nancy published a book of her photographs in September of 2008 called “A Dose of Rock and Roll”. This book is over 290 pages and filled with some amazing pictures of the best Rock and Roll stars of the 70’s and 80’s.