The morning after the news broke about the death of photographer Jim Marshall, who captured the biggest personalities of rock 'n' roll on film, memories are streaming in. Marshall, 74, apparently died in his sleep Tuesday night in New York City, where a book party was to be held to introduce a new collection of photographs taken by him and celebrity photographer Timothy White.
We'll have a full obituary later by pop music writer Randy Lewis, but for now you can read coverage from Rolling Stone (along with a wonderful gallery), the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal (with a quote from Bruce Springsteen). And the full Associated Press story follows on the jump.
[Updated 12:05 p.m.: Photo gallery is here:
Photos: Jim Marshall, rock photographer
-- Claire Noland
Photo: Photographer Jim Marshall at his San Francisco home in 2002. Credit: Scott Sommerdorf / Associated Press / San Francisco Chronicle