Jimi Hendrix, Janice Joplin, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and Bob Dylan –  a glittering array of stars whose work was captured by photographer Jim Marshall.

His photographs stood out because they trusted him to go behind the scenes. But although Marshall’s pictures came to define an era, his career was anything but straightforward – derailed at times through a drug addiction which destroyed many aspects of his life.

Now, there’s a film, an exhibition and a book about him and his pictures – and we should warn you, some of his photographs featured in Minnie Stephenson’s report contain offensive gestures.


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