Roky Erickson live in Austin 1977 by Scott Newton

Roky Erickson live in Austin 1977 by Scott Newton

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Roky Erickson, taken at the Austin Opry House in 1977 by photographer Scott Newton from our exclusive collection, The Scott Newton Archive. 

Available as a signed, limited edition photographic print

Photographers Notes: Roky Erickson. Austin Opry House 1977. I've known Roky since 1972. I don't have room here to discuss all that should be said about him. He's been called the father of psychedelic rock, and punk rock. His first real band, The 13th Floor Elevators, changed the arc of music everywhere with their influential albums from 1965, especially "Easter Everywhere". 
Roky had, and still largely has, the most amazing voice. Perfect for rock music. If it wasn't for the mental issues he's dealt with since his exposure to the medieval methods employed to treat mental illness in the late '60s, (shock treatments, etc) who knows how different his career might have been. In any case, the folks in Austin love and respect him. Here, he's looking pretty good. He is a genius, no doubt. 

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The Scott Newton Archive at Modern Rocks Gallery

Available in two sizes, printed to the highest quality with a white border around the image

A. Paper size 13" x 18" (actual image size 10" x 15") - EDITION 250 - $600
B. Paper size 20" x 28" (actual image size 16" x 24") - EDITION 180 - $900

Printed to order on heavyweight cotton photo rag with a matte finish
Hand signed and numbered by Scott Newton
Custom large format prints available on request - please contact for a quote

Please expect 2 weeks production time as we are printing to order, with immediate shipping thereafter
Collection from the gallery is available as an option on checkout

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