A Southern FocusSeptember 24, 2014
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Photographer and Garden & Gun contributor Danny Clinch has spent the past three decades capturing the on-stage, on-the-road, and behind-the-curtain lives of some of the most famous musicians in modern history—from Ralph Stanley to Bob Dylan to Jay Z. The resulting coffee table compendium, Danny Clinch: Still Moving, out yesterday, contains nearly 300 images of artists of all genres and, as his friend Bruce Springsteen writes in the foreword, solidifies Clinch’s place among the greats of rock and roll photography: “Danny Clinch is as spontaneous as the Leica, his holy medal, slung around his neck. Danny’s my patron saint of new rock dreams.” To understand the cameraman behind the camera, we asked Clinch to describe some of the biggest moments of his career and share some of his favorite images from the book—and the stories behind them.