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Rock Star Photog Reflects on Snapping Lennon, Zeppelin

John Lennon of Beatles fame is pictured in this silk-screen portrait made by rock photographer Bob Gruen. Gruen returns to Canada for an exclusive photography exhibition and art sale at Toronto's Liss Gallery from June 23 until July 11, 2015. (The Canadian Press\HO\Bob Gruen)
John Lennon of Beatles fame is pictured in this silk-screen portrait made by rock photographer Bob Gruen. Gruen returns to Canada for an exclusive photography exhibition and art sale at Toronto's Liss Gallery from June 23 until July 11, 2015. (The Canadian Press\HO\Bob Gruen)

TORONTO—Whether hanging out on a roof with John Lennon, on a runway with Led Zeppelin, or on a subway car with the Ramones, rock photographer...




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