David Bowie, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Nile Rodgers during the making of Let’s Dance, by Chuck Pulin
Olivia Newton-John, 1971.
Her debut single that year, “If Not For You” (following George Harrison’s version rather than Bob Dylan’s original) reached #1 on the US Adult Contemporary Chart, and her follow-up “Banks of the Ohio” was a Top 10 hit in the UK and Australia. She was also named Best British Female Vocalist by Record Mirror that year (and 1972, too!).
Michael Jackson, 1971: 12 years old and already just about done with y’all.
(July 9, on the ABC lot in Burbank filming the Jackson 5 TV special Goin’ Back To Indiana), via harpersbazaar
Jimi Hendrix at the Olympia, London, December 22 1967, by Ray Stevenson
Positively 4th St.: Baby Bob in his first NYC apartment, 161 W. 4th St, 1961, by Ted Russell
Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez, and Bob Dylan, Rolling Thunder Revue, 1975.
New York City, December 8, 1975, by Ken Regan
David Bowie & Elizabeth Taylor, 1975, by Terry O’Neill