Dead rockers get the age progression treatment
There's no way to know the genius music that could have been, but these 12 age-progressed portraits can at least show us what our idols might look like today.
Jimi Hendrix by Zapista OU
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Dazed And Confused
Bruno / 22 years old/ Films, photography, music and things that I'm a fan of. Disclaimer: this blog claims no credit for any images posted on this site unless...
Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901) - Find A Grave...
Composer. A titan of 19th Century music and the most important Italian opera composer of his era, he was considered a master of theatrical effect and in evoking human passions through music. Many of his melodies are still familiar worldwide. Born in Roncole, Parma, he showed an early aptitude for music and at age seven...
Famous People With Bipolar Disorder: Bipolar Musicians
There are tons of famous people who are bipolar. Enjoy this list of bipolar musicians, ranging from classical composers to once-popular rappers.
Beatles March 1963 Royal Hall Harrogate Early Concert Poster (UK - | Lot #89301 | Heritage Auctions
Beatles March 1963 Royal Hall Harrogate Early Concert Poster (UK - 1963). A very rare original concert - Available at 2018 November 3 Entertainment &...
Never-Before-Published Vintage Photos of The Beatles and The Stones: Exclusive
The late Bob Bonis would have secured his place in rock history merely for his day job, as U.S. tour manager for all three of The Beatlesâ€™ American tours and The Rolling Stonesâ€™ first five. But Bonis, an avid amateur photographer, leveraged that access into a trove of roughly 3,500 all but unseen shots of the Beatles and Stones crisscrossing America on their way to global superstardom.
Patti Smith: punk's poet laureate heads back on the road for her sins
As her debut album Horses turns 40, Patti Smith is delivering a string of live performances – from Field Day to Glastonbury and Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall