Henry Diltz's Laurel Canyon

Perfumed in eucalyptus and the promise of the baby boom's brightest folk stars (Joni Mitchell, David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash, Mama Cass), Laurel Canyon was as much a place as it is a dream and no one lensed the enclave's bohemian heyday quite like MHG founding photographer Henry Diltz. From ramshackle to countercultural mecca of popular imagining and naive snapshots of neighborhood cohorts turned music iconography, Diltz's oeuvre takes centerstage with the Sunday, May 31 premiere of 'Laurel Canyon', a two-part Epix doc making the storied folk scene anew through recent interviews, archival footage and indelible imagery. From ramshackle to countercultural mecca of popular imagining and naive snapshots of neighborhood cohorts turned music iconography, Diltz's oeuvre takes centerstage with the Sunday, May 31 premiere of 'Laurel Canyon', a two-part Epix doc making the storied folk scene anew through recent interviews, archival footage and indelible imagery. In anticipation, may this collection of fine art photography provide an intimate window into a storied time and place with which many are familiar yet only a fortunate few have truly experienced.


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