Photos of Beatles Last Concert at Candlestick Park Available

Marshall's shots chronicle the Beatles from their arrival at SFO, the backstage vibe, walking across the field to the stage, and performing onstage which are now available to the public for the first time

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SAN FRANCISCO, July 31, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- INTIMATE PHOTOS SHOT BY JIM MARSHALL OF THE BEATLES LAST LIVE CONCERT AT CANDLESTICK PARK IN SAN FRANCISCO ARE NOW AVAILABLE COMMEMORATING PAUL MCCARTNEY'S UPCOMING REUNION PERFORMANCE AT THE STORIED VENUE

The Entire Collection Of Photos From The Beatles Last Concert Are Available For Licensing Through Jim Marshall Photography LLC.

On August 29, 1966, the Beatles emerged out of an armored truck onto the infield of San Francisco's Candlestick Park to the deafening screams of thousands of fans. No one knew that it would be the last live Beatles performance together... ever.

A friend of the band, legendary music photographer Jim Marshall was the only official photographer allowed to take pictures of them at what became a historic event in music. Marshall's shots chronicled the Beatles from their arrival at SFO, the backstage vibe, walking across the field to the stage, and performing onstage which are now available to the public for the first time. To commemorate the nearly 50 year anniversary after the Beatles last gig at Candlestick Park, and Paul McCartney's August 14th concert celebrating the storied venue before it is torn down, the Jim Marshall estate and San Francisco Art Exchange is offering a selection of five intimate, limited edition 16X20 archival photos from the final concert.  Printed from the original 35mm negatives shot by Marshall, only 25 of each image has been produced for sale individually or in a set of five. These images are part of a bigger collection of photos from that iconic concert that are available for licensing through Jim Marshall Photography LLC.

Additionally, coming this fall, the Beatles photos have been included in a new book on Marshall's work The Haight: Love, Rock and Revolution, due out October 14th (Insight Editions).  Written by bestselling author and San Francisco music journalist Joel Selvin, "The Haight" features hundreds of stunning photos taken by Marshall from 1965–1968 in the Haight Ashbury, during what is widely regarded as the cradle of modern counter culture.

The complete series of Beatles Candlestick Park photos shot by Marshall are available to the public at San Francisco Art Exchange: 415-441-8840, info@sfae.com.
 
About Jim Marshall

Jim Marshall is world-renowned as the pioneer of rock-and-roll photography. A principal photographer at Woodstock, and the only photographer allowed backstage at the Beatles final concert, he immortalized artists such as the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix and Jefferson Airplane before they became household names. His unlimited access to musicians allowed him to capture some of the most iconic images in music history. In 2014, Marshall became the first photographer to receive an honorary GRAMMY Trustees Award for documenting the evolution of music over a period of five decades.  Marshall passed away in 2010 and his estate is owned and operated by his long-time assistant Amelia Davis.
 
About San Francisco Art Exchange

Founded in 1983, San Francisco Art Exchange (SFAE) are pioneers and premiere purveyors of important fine art and photographs of pop iconography including imagery rock music and jazz, Hollywood, civil rights, sports, historical events and personalities. Important sales have included the original art and photographs used to create the album covers of Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon", the Cars' "Candy-O" album cover, the Beatles' "Abbey Road", Black Sabbath's "Never Say Die", Led Zeppelin's "In Through the Out Door" and many others. They represent the work of over 200 artists and personalities that include Jim Marshall, Ronnie Wood, Storm Thorgerson, Roger Dean, Graham Nash, Alberto Vargas. Stanley Mouse, Ethan Russell, Ringo Starr, Pattie Boyd, Tim Page, Joel Brodsky and have hosted performances at their gallery by musicians such as visionary Brian Wilson and his band as well as speakers including civil rights legend, Clarence Jones. The gallery is located in Union Square at 458 Geary Street between Mason and Taylor, and online at www.sfae.com. ; Gallery Hours: Mon - Sat 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
 
A photo accompanying this release is available at: http://www.globenewswire.com/newsroom/prs/?pkgid=26826

Caroline Rustigian Bruderer
Jim Marshall Photography LLC.

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