To launch the new Jimi Hendrix & Bob Dylan exhibition at the Rockarchive and Olympus Image Space Gallery in 199 Bishopsgate Broadgate, Rockarchive are hosting two events exploring these two iconic rock figures.
Celebrate Bob Dylan’s incredible career with Rockarchive and special guests on Wednesday 14 May from 6.15-9pm. Entrance is FREE but you must RSVP to guarantee entry.
Derek Baker, editor of Isis Magazine - the oldest and most influential Bob Dylan fanzine in the world - will be in the Olympus Rockarchive Gallery from 6pm - 9pm to talk about Dylan in general, Blonde on Blonde in particular, and the way Dylan and Hendrix influenced each other.
Rockarchive photographer, Paolo Brillo, a regular contributer to Isis Magazine will also be there to sign prints of Dylan performing at the Albert Hall last year.Paulo Brillo is a highly skilled live photographer and has taken the best modern live shots of Dylan circa 2000's.
They will be joined by Rockarchive founder Jill Furmanovsky who will be on hand to give a reading from her unpublished and hilarious opus, 'Bobquest', about a three year run-around with Bob Dylan.
Due to demand and limited places, please RSVP via firstname.lastname@example.org
If you can’t make this event, take a look at Rockarchive’s Hendrix evening on Sunday 18 May.
The Olympus Rockarchive Image Space Gallery is open daily from 10.30 to 18.30 (Tue-Sat) and 12.00 to 17.00 (Sun). For more information, visit the Rockarchive website.