The Last Waltz

In triumph or tragedy, the disbanding of any great act is a monumental occasion on par with its glorious rise. On the tail-end of a particularly turbulent year, Morrison Hotel Gallery is taking things back to 1976 and simpler times with The Last Waltz. On view at MorrisonHotelGallery.com starting November 25th, 2020, this web-exclusive exhibition is a commemorative retrospective of prolific artistry and that fateful Thanksgiving Day when The Band really made a feast of farewell concert pomp.

Through the lens of photographers Lynn Goldsmith, Elliott Landy, Ed Perlstein, Neal Preston, Ken Regan, Norman Seeff, Allan Tannenbaum and Barrie Wentzell, this online exhibition revisits the holiday blowout with a hearty helping of iconic headliners like Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Eric Clapton, Dr. John, Van Morrison, Ringo Starr, Muddy Waters, Ronnie Wood, Neil Young and, of course, The Band.


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