James Fortune Announces a Gallery Showing in Washington, DC, on October 21, and Announces a Discount of 8x10 Prints of his 60s and 70s Rock and Roll Photos

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James Fortune announces a gallery showing in Washington, DC, on October 21. In addition, he announces an unprecedented discount of 8x10 prints of his 60s and 70s rock and roll photos when purchased on the Web.

On October 21, James Fortune will hold his next gallery showing of prints of his 60s and 70s rock and roll photos. The showing will be held from 5-9 PM at the Alla Rogers Gallery, which is located in the Georgetown section of Washington, DC. Earlier this year, James held a highly successful showing at the Rock Star Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ, in April. For further information and directions to the Alla Rogers Gallery, see the Photo News section of James’ Web site which is located at http://www.fortunesicons.com.

In addition, from now through December 31, all 8x10 prints of James’ 60s and 70s rock and roll photos will be available at an unprecedented 50-60% discount when purchased on the Web. All 8x10 giclée prints will be available at a 50% discount and all 8x10 glossy prints will be available at a 60% discount.

James’ currently available images can be seen at http://www.fortunesicons.com. The site currently includes photos of individual stars such as Alice Cooper, Cher, Donna Summer, Edgar Winter, Eric Clapton, Elton John, Gene Simmons, Iggy Pop, Jim Morrison, Jimmy Page, John Bonham, Johnny Winter, Keith Moon, Keith Richards, Marc Bolan, Mick Jagger, Olivia Newton-John, Paul McCartney, Robert Plant, Stevie Wonder, Tim Buckley, T-Rex, and many others.

The Web site also includes photos of groups such as Aerosmith, the Bee Gees, Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, and The Who. Additional photos and artists will be added throughout the year.

About James Fortune

James Fortune has been a photographer for nearly 40 years. Beginning in his college days in Los Angeles in the late ’60s, he spent more than a decade photographing rock’n’roll icons in the back stages and VIP sections of some of the west coast’s biggest music events. He amassed over 15,000 images ranging from hippie riots in Hollywood to Gene Simmons and Cher sharing an éclair. From 1968-1970, his work spanned the Pacific to Viet Nam where he served with the U.S. Navy Pacific Fleet Combat Camera Group.

The bedroom walls of America's youth in the '70s and early '80s were plastered with his rock star posters. Now for the first time, his limited edition signed prints from his original negatives are now available through his web site.

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