Forty years ago, the world's greatest rock band released their 6th studio album. It was an instant classic. The more you played it, the better it sounded. When the band's tour reached Los Angeles and they stayed at the Hyatt Hotel on Sunset (dubbed the Riot House because of all the raucous, raunchy partying that took
At Mr Musichead Gallery, it's all about the music. Now our website truly reflects our passion for everything music and art. We've added new features and new artists to our roster. We started a blog that will focus on the stories behind the photographs, in-depth interviews with the artists, tips on buying and investing in art,
Spawned as part of a natural progression on my music biz journey which began in my hometown of Detroit. Starting as record collector at age 4. Guitarist at age 6. Rock band member at 14. Record store clerk, manager and then record store owner age 26. Fanzine publisher, concert producer and nightclub owner age 36.
Clients say that to us all the time. From $1 to $100,000 we have something for someone who just needs a little something. Or someone who needs that ultra-rare, definitive one-of-a-kind item. We are the go-to place. We not only represent some of the world's best music photographers, but also comb thru their archives
What's the difference between a portrait and a photo of someone? A portrait is more than just image of a person, it's a collaboration between the subject and the artist. A portrait is a revelation of some aspect of the subjects' inner being, the quality you think you can't capture, but the artist or photographer
Artist Opening: Thursday, January 15, 2015 from 7-10pm Mr Musichead Gallery hosts the first California exhibit of Walter Egan and William Adair’s work as they tribute Gram Parsons with a live performance and conceptual art installation. “The Martyrs of Rock: Painting and Drawings & The Golden Doors to Infinity”. Walter Egan’s art exhibit “The Martyrs