Jim Jones Revue in front of the NYC Skyline...Full story
Chad Smith (Chickenfoot) perform at Beacon Theatre, NYC...Full story
The Dave Matthews band performs at the Today Show concert series...Full story
King Khan and pet chihuahua on stage at The Pool Parties Concert Series...Full story
Allison Robertson of The Donnas performs at Terminal 5 in NYC...Full story
Lady Gaga performs at the Summer Concert Series...Full story
Joe Satriani & Michael Anthony (Chicken Foot) perform at Beacon Theatre in NYC...Full story
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Snoog Dogg performs at the 2008 Bamboozle Festival...Full story
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Authentication takes several forms: hand-signed by the photographer, estate-stamped or embossed with an official seal. Every print we sell has been authenticated by the copyright holder - in most cases, directly by the individual photographer who captured the image. The copyright holder can also be a legal representative of the photographer, such as his or her or estate, a music label or a photo agency. Each print is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
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