Keith Richards, “with my dog Boogie outside the Coventry Theatre, 1971.
“I was stuck with the dog that day and I had to go to work so I just thought I’d take him along with me. And got in all sorts of problems. I’d missed the train that everyone else had taken to the next gig so I had to take a flight but the airline wouldn’t let me on unless Boogie was in the hold. I wasn’t happy. But he did me a favour and was very well behaved. After Boogie I had a dog called Creole, then one called Syphilis in the ‘70s.”
KEITH RICHARDS HAD A DOG NAMED SYPHILLIS
Robert Plant, Glowing God
Cher, by Norman Seeff. “The first shoot I did with Cher was never meant to be a session. I got a call saying she wanted to come to the studio, and she showed up with a girlfriend. On a whim, I asked her if she wanted to shoot, so there in my studio we just hung out. I shot 6 or 7 rolls very informally, and every one of them is pure Cher magic.”
#pure cher magic
Darkly angelic Jimmy Page, May 26 1969, by Charles Bonnay
Freddie Mercury, Queen, 1977, by Neal Preston
Robert Plant, looking freakishly regal for a man about to refill his propane tank.