Following the passing of Amy Winehouse, Proud Camden presents an exhibition dedicated to musicians who have gone to that arena in the sky entitled The Day The Music Died. Here’s Kurt Cobain with Nirvana wearing his trademark Daniel Johnson T-shirt around the time of ‘Incesticide’ in 1992.
Here’s John Lennon taken following the release of ‘Imagine’ in 1971.
Amy Winehouse taken in 2007 a year after the release of her break through album ‘Back To Black’.
Bob Marley taken in 1975 following the release of his ‘Natty Dread’ album and his classic ‘No Woman, No Cry’ album.
Phil Lynott of Thin Lizzy taken in 1976. The band would release their breakthrough album ‘Jailbreak’ the same year.
Queen’s Freddie Mercury in 1981 just after the release of their classic duet with David Bowie ‘Under Pressure’.
Pink Floyd’s Syd Barrett taken in 1977 shortly after he attempted to record another solo album.
Michael Jackson, 1988.
The Day The Music Died is currently exhibiting at Proud Camden until March 4th. For more information go to Proud Online.