Backstage Pass at the Hollywood Bowl

$1,300.00 USD
Here's your backstage pass to the electrifying night of July 3, 1965 at the Hollywood Bowl, where The Beach Boys headlined "The Summer Spectacular." It was an unforgettable event that had also seen performances by music giants such as The Byrds, The Kinks, Sonny & Cher, The Righteous Brothers, and more. Yet, The Beach Boys, returning for their first hometown show in nearly a year, truly brought down the house. This thrilling event was captured by the lens of renowned photographer Julian Wasser for Life Magazine. 

Size: 16x20




Julian Wasser started his career in photography in the Washington D.C. bureau of the Associated Press. While at Associated Press, Julian met Weegee and rode with the famous news photographer as he shot photos of crime scenes in Washington. Weegee was a major influence on Wasser’s style of photography.

After serving in the Navy in San Diego, the former AP copyboy became a contract photographer for Time magazine in Los Angeles doing assignments for Time, Life, and Fortune. His photographs have appeared in and been used as covers of Time, Newsweek, and People magazines in the United States.

Julian photographed The Beach Boys numerous times in the 1960s and 1970s for Time magazine, including live concerts at the Hollywood Bowl where the band headlined "The Summer Spectacular" on July 3rd, 1965. Following performances by The Byrds, The Kinks, Sonny & Cher, The Righteous Brothers, and others The Beach Boys play their first hometown show in almost a year and bring down the house. He also did intimate shots with Carl Wilson, Mike Love and Brian Wilson during this era.

Julian has done cover assignments for The Sunday Telegraph, and The Sunday Times color supplements in London. His photos have appeared in US Magazine, Vanity Fair, TV Guide, Paris Match, Der Spiegel, Oggi, Hello, Playboy, Elle, Vogue, and GQ and in exhibitions in galleries and museums. His body of works includes iconic images of Joan Didion, Marcel Duchamp and Eve Babitz, Jack Nicholson, Anjelica Huston; and a young Jodie Foster are a classics.