Photographer Patrick Harbron

Jan 29, 2016

  “The Photography of Bruce Springsteen” is a new exhibit at Soho's Morrison Hotel Gallery, on view through February 9, includes a collection of work from Frank Stefanko, Lynn Goldsmith, Neal Preston, Joel Bernstein, David Gahr, Jim Marchese, and Patrick Harbron. It's the first time these photographers have exhibited together.

The exhibit comes after the December 2015 release of Springsteen's The Ties That Bind: The River Collection, a deluxe box set offering a deep dive into the songs and live experience of the River era (1979–'81).  Springsteen is bringing his “River Tour” to Albany on Monday, February 8th, so we thought it a good time to bring back one of those feature photographers to discuss the photo exhibit, “The Boss” and their own work.

Patrick Harbron released a limited edition photo box set for the photo collector and serious Bruce Springsteen fan. Bruce Springsteen-One Night In 1978 is a handmade, cloth bound box set containing 6 archival photographs taken during one concert on the Darkness On The Edge of Town tour.

Harbron started his career in music in the mid 1970's, photographing the greatest names in rock and roll. His photography of Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Costello, Blondie, The Who, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Police, Queen, The Rolling Stones and hundreds of others has been featured as album and DVD covers, publicity and in tour booklets, books and magazines.