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Holly Stephey and Stolen Moments: The Photography of Harold Sherrick

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If you see something about to happen, get it. Put the camera up and click. Two seconds later you won't have the chance again. You have to look for those stolen moments.Harold Sherrick is a career photographer, capturing musicians and concerts for almost 40 years. He has photographed everyone from Neil Young to Robert Smith, Dave Grohl to Joe Walsh, Tom Petty to Tori Amos. In Stolen Moments, Sherrick has included some of his most iconic photos, including rare images from his extensive body of work.Captured in “Stolen Moments,” among many others, are images of (in no particular order) Neil Young, Mick Jagger, Sting, Bono, Cheryl Crow, Quincy Jones, David Bowie, Tori Amos, June Carter Cash, John Entwistle, Joni Mitchell, Richie Havens, Iggy Pop, AC/DC, The Ramones, Iggy Pop, Joss Stone, The Bee Gees, Joe Walsh, Ringo Starr, Dave Grohl, Ray Charles, John Fogerty, Stevie Wonder, Willie Nelson, Chrissie Hynde, Pete Townshend and, on the cover, Tom Petty.Many of the images are candids, hence the title, but Sherrick also included lots of portraits. This will be a fun show , please tune in as Harold has so many amazing stories of behind the pictures including his candid images with Broadcast news legend Walter Cronkite. Harold jokes he was raised in a News Room with His father, Herb Sherrick, a newspaperman who worked for the L.A. Herald-Examiner, referring to the city’s afternoon newspaper, the nation’s largest at the time (the paper folded in November 1989). Harold also recalls a time Bowling with Phil Spector. He started shooting for Phil in ’93, and the first big gig was at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame ceremony in L.A. Phil came with the guys, and that was the first time I really had taken a bunch of different shots of him.Then I was just basically employed by him .