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Great Photographs Support Live Music Crews Charity

Stormzy ©Shirlaine Forrest/
Grace Jones, New York Rooftop photosessions 1981 © Adrian Boot/
BETH DITTO ©Michael Clement/ – commission for GQ Magazine.

PAN reader, pro photographer Ed Robinson, dropped us a note this week re a fabulous photo sale for Stagehand – the only UK charity specifically dedicated to providing hardship funding for live music crews who have fallen on tough times.

Ed has organised Prints For Music a great lineup of images from notable photographers including Rankin, Tony McGee and Jill Furmanovsky which are on sale now – All photographs are sized A3 (420mm x 292mm) and print priced at £95 + plus shipping options worldwide. All proceeds of the sale will go to the Stagehand charity. 

Available from today for a limited four week period, expect a mix of established photography names, from Gerry Mankovitz and Pooneh Ghana to Adrian Boot and Ki Pharaoh. The eclectic range of artists represented in the photographs include David Bowie, Coldplay, Arctic Monkeys, Bob Marley, Mick Jagger, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Marina Diamandis, The Streets, Florence and the Machine, Liam Gallagher, Jonny Greenwood, Beth Ditto, Tina Turner, Brett Anderson, Alice Cooper, Sting, Stormzy, Kate Nash … to name just a few. – and Ed has a few in the sale.

Stagehand was launched over two decades ago and is the only UK charity specifically dedicated to providing hardship funding for music stage crew who have fallen on tough times. Mike Lowe, Chair of Stagehand’s Board of Trustees, comments “The livelihoods of people working in live music productions has been decimated by the effects of Covid-19.  Every day we hear from people who are struggling and Stagehand is raising funds to help those in most need, with the simple aim of helping to keep roofs over heads and food on tables.”

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