From touring the United States with Led Zeppelin to Russia with Billy Joel, Japan with Bruce Springsteen and beyond, the four-decade career of photographer Neal Preston is a testament to his ability to take fans beyond the velvet ropes, transcending language with intimate glimpses into some of music’s greatest moments. Among these are the photographer’s uncompromisingly crisp images of David Bowie in concert at New York City’s iconic Radio City Music Hall in 1973. In capturing the legendary performer and atmosphere in harsh monochromatic tones and harsher costuming, Neal Preston poignantly reiterates the dynamism and prowess of Bowie’s multitudes of persona.
© Neal Preston, 1973
© Neal Preston, 1977
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