Responsible for many of jazz and rock and roll’s iconic music photos, world renowned photographer Jim Marshall passed away this week at the age of 74. Marshall, who caught iconic shots of Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, the Beatles and perhaps most famously Johnny Cash, passed away in his sleep Tuesday evening.
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Some of Marshall’s more notable works include Hendrix famously burning his guitar at Monterey, Johnny Cash’s middle finger at San Quentin and a shot of the Beatles eating dinner before their final concert performance in 1966. Responsible for literally tens of thousands of celebrity photographs, Marshall spent much of his life working for Rolling Stone and publishing his photos in books, most famously Trust: Photographs of Jim Marshall.