September 18, 2013
Here at Real Rock News we’re happy to announce a new partnership with Rock Legends Photographers. RLP has over 30 professional photographers around the United States, Europe and New Zealand. Adding new photographers to the ranks is an on-going effort that will continue to expand their reach and ability to cover an ever-increasing number of classic rock shows. Thanks to this new partnership, some of RLP’s great photo work and other contributions will be showcased right here on Real Rock News.
As their name suggests, Rock Legends Photographers is dedicated to capturing the true legends of rock as they entertain and delight fans all over the world. Working in venues varying from small intimate club settings to full-scale arena events, RLP has been on the front lines of the live rock music scene for over three decades.
Some of RLP’s most recent assignments include photographing live shows by Foreigner, Paul Rodgers, Creedence Clearwater Revisited, Kansas, Bachman & Turner, 38 Special, The Marshall Tucker Band, Blue Oyster Cult, Foghat, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Pat Travers Band, The Artimus Pyle Band, and Black Oak Arkansas to name just a few. RLP are also the official photographers for Molly Hatchet.
With experience stretching back into the glory days of rock and roll music in the 1970’s, RLP was born out of a true love of rock music coupled with a passion for photography. Decades spent photographing rock shows has allowed RLP to forge special relationships with some of rock’s most iconic artists, giving them unsurpassed access to numerous live events and opportunities to interview artists, promoters and other personalities that have deep connections to classic rock. They have been and will continue to be the exclusive photographers for many concerts and events.
This new partnership with Rock Legends Photographers comes at an interesting time for Real Rock News and will help take things to the next level. Although Real Rock News has been online since 2005, it still seems appropriate at this point in time to say that “we’re back.”