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‘Forever Young’ Book Features Intimate Images of Rock Stars in Their Prime

Santa Monica Press

Forever Young: The Rock and Roll Photography of Chuck Boyd is a new book that captures some of rock’s most iconic musicians during their younger years.

Available now at Amazon.com, the 216-page book features the kind of photos rock geeks will want to get framed for their living rooms.

Chuck Boyd started shooting bands back when he was a teen in the ’60s, and his fine work eventually lead him to a gig at Sunn Amplifiers where he got to work with legends like Led Zeppelin, KISS and Cream.

His clout within the music scene often meant Boyd had unlimited stage access and Forever Young is proof of it, with killer shots of some of Noisecreep’s favorite musicians.

If you know someone who is fan of ’60s and ’70s rock ‘n’ roll, Forever Young would make a great stocking stuffer. Trust us… we proudly have a copy of it in Noisecreep’s office.

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Forever Young: The Rock and Roll Photography of Chuck Boyd is available now at Amazon.com.

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