A previously unseen photograph of Led Zeppelin performing at Earl’s Court in London in 1975 is being exhibited at the Royal Albert Hall.
The photograph, which can be seen in full below, was taken by photographer Mick Gold, and was unreleased before the “Captured in a Moment” exhibition that’s taking place at the Royal Albert Hall in London until July 10.
The exhibition is on the Royal Albert Hall’s ground floor corridor, and it’s free to view on the following dates and times:
Saturday 10 June: 10am-4pm
Sunday 11 June: 10am-12pm
Saturday 24 June: 10am-4pm
Sunday 25 June: 10am-4pm
Ticketholders visiting the Royal Albert Hall for events can see the photographs outside of the open hours, and prints of the photographs are for sale.
Here’s the full photograph, which shows Robert Plant and Jimmy Page performing on stage during one of Led Zeppelin’s five Earl’s Court 1975 shows.
Other photographs being shown at the Royal Albert Hall include shots of David Bowie, Pink Floyd, and Bruce Springsteen.
Here’s the full announcement from the Royal Albert Hall:
Unseen Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and Morrissey at Rockarchive’s new exhibition
Previously unseen shots of Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and Morrissey star in Rockarchive’s new exhibition at the iconic Royal Albert Hall, ‘Captured in a Moment’.
Highlights include Colin Prime’s historic images of the Syd Barrett-led Floyd at their first ever photo shoot – at Ruskin Park in 1967 – Richard Matthew’s captivating shot of Morrissey performing at the GLC ‘Jobs for Change’ Festival in 1984, and Led Zeppelin onstage at one of their legendary Earls Court gigs in 1975
The exhibition – celebrating 50 years of iconic rock and roll photography – also includes stunning shots from acclaimed music photographers Jill Furmanovsky, Mick Rock and Michael Putland, and pays special tribute to David Bowie, with a succession of stunning images of the Starman at his artistic zenith.
Mehdi Aoustin-Sellami, Head of Programming at the Royal Albert Hall, said: “Whether on stage, in the recording studio, clearly posing or candidly captured, Rockarchive’s indelible images take us on a fascinating journey back through rock and roll history.”
The ‘Captured in a Moment’ exhibition is free and runs until 10 July 2017.