Woodstock Artists & Mick Jagger Photo Project

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1. Janis Joplin – West Palm Beach Rock Festival, November 16, 1969

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This rare image of Woodstock Artist Janis Joplin from 50 years ago documents the spirit and the unbridled energy of this rock & roll superstar captured at the peak of her career at the West Palm Beach Rock Festival on December 8, 1969. This photograph was printed from the original negative, meticulously restored, from musician Rick Narcosis’ coverage of the Florida music scene for The Tampa Times from 1969 to 1974. This Janis Joplin original photograph provides an opportunity to relive the concert experience of the late ’60s and early 70s thought by many to be the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll.

2. Janis Joplin – Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, December 8, 1969

Janis Joplin at Curtis Hixon Hall in Tampa photo by Rick Norcross.

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This Janis Joplin original photograph was picked up by the Associated Press and ran in newspapers across the country and in Time Magazine because Joplin was arrested after the show by Tampa police and charged with two counts of “indecent language.” The incident and this live-action concert photo of Janis Joplin provide an opportunity to relive the concert experience of the late ’60s and early 70s, thought by many to be the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll.

3. Jerry Garcia – Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, December 18, 1973

Jerry Garcia at Curtis Hixon Hall photograph by Rick Norcross

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This Jerry Garcia live-action photograph was taken when a young fan jumped on-stage from the audience to dance with the band. Jerry was not amused. The incident and this concert photo of Jerry Garcia provide an opportunity to relive the performance experience of the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, thought by many to be the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll. 

4. Johnny Winter – Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, July 8, 1973

Johnny Winter photograph by Rick Norcross.

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This Johnny Winter photograph was taken at a show which also featured his brother Edgar Winter and his band, White Trash. This live-action concert photo of Johnny Winter provides an opportunity to relive the performance experience of the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, thought by many to be the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll. 

5. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young – Tampa Stadium, August 23, 1974

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young at Tampa Stadium.  Photo by Rick Norcross.

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Rock & Roll empressario Bill Graham, called it “the greatest rock & roll show I’ve ever seen.” The Tampa Stadium box office collected over $370,000 in ticket sales, a record take for a stadium rock show at the time. This close-up concert photo relives the performance experience of the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, thought by many to be the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll.

6. Mick Jagger – West Palm Beach Rock Festival, December 8, 1969

Mick Jagger at West Palm Beach Rock Festival.  Photo by Rick Norcross.

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This rare up-close image of Rolling Stones front man Mick Jagger from their “Sympathy For The Devil Tour” 50 years ago, documents the spirit and the unbridled energy of this rock & roll superstar captured at the peak of his career headlining the West Palm Beach Rock Festival. Many would argue that he has not yet reached the peak of his career as the Stones embark on yet another world tour in 2019. This photograph was printed from the original negative, meticulously restored from concert photos taken by musician Rick Norcross during his five-year engagement covering the Florida music scene for The Tampa Times from 1969 to 1974. This live-action photograph provides an opportunity to relive the performance experience of the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, thought by many to be the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll.