The British photographer presents the many faces of music history from his impressive fifty-year career.
With an impressive fifty-year career of following the most iconic music legends on tour, this show collates the British music photographer’s most stunning shots. Including Pete Townsend throwing his guitar into the air at one of The Who’s concerts to Mick and Bianca Jagger passed out on a tour bus; Putland reveals the many faces of music history.
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A fantastic, memorable evening. Michael Putland was down to earth and entertaining as he shared his enthusiasm, joy and passion discussing music and photography. A brilliant opportunity to admire some incredible work and iconic images and talk with the man behind the camera.
What a special night. Both humble and inspiring, Michael Putland accompanied his showstopping images with hilarious anecdotes about the rockstars of his generation. As if the interview itself wasn't enough, we chatted to the legendary photographer over a glass of wine and came home truly speechless. The TimeOut Card outdid itself.
I wasn't sure what to expect when I arrived at the gallery and was pleasantly surprised - not only by the amazing pictures on display, but also by the great character that is Michael Putland. He is interesting and clearly very good at what he does, but is not at all arrogant or attention-seeking. A great event which was very well organised.
On Wednesday evening I had the pleasure of meeting Michael Putland at The Time Out Card private view / Q&A. What an extraordinary man. How can you tour with The Who, Led Zeppelin, David Bowie and The Stones AND come out unscathed? It was an extraordinary event. Michael shared his memories with total honesty and humour. As I looked at his photographs I kept thinking "I Wish I Was There" At least through these awesome black and white images, we can imagine the moment.