Morrison Hotel Gallery and Jazz Photography

When you hear the name “Morrison Hotel Gallery” images of rock and roll icons race through your mind. You might not know this, but we also represent some of the greatest jazz photographers that ever lived. Herman Leonard, Francis Wolff, Jim Marshall and Don Hunstein are some of the photographers whose jazz music images are part of Morrison Hotel Gallery, not to mention the archives of Blue Note Records and SONY. Here is a sample of jazz music pictures we have available. We hope that you enjoy this collection of black and white jazz prints captured by these amazing photographers who give us the rare chance to explore the world of jazz through their eyes.


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