Tom Petty 3, the Whisky, February 1977 (1-11)

$75.00$525.00

I photographed Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers at the Whisky, February 1977. I was there to photograph the LA debut of a band from New York, Blondie. I believe this was Tom Petty and the Heartbreaker’s LA debut too.

I was stunned seeing some of these photos. I had no idea I shot some moving, evocative images of this classic performer and his band. This is for his fans. And all American Girls. #TomPetty1977 #TomPettyAndHeartbreakers #TheWhisky #JennyLens #PunkPioneersDotCom #PunkPioneers #PunkPioneersJennyLens #PunkPhotosForSale

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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, the Whisky, February 1977, Jenny Lens, mfa
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, the Whisky, February 1977, Jenny Lens, mfa

I photographed Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers at the Whisky, February 1977. I was there to photograph the LA debut of a band from New York, Blondie. I believe this was Tom Petty and the Heartbreaker’s LA debut too.

I scanned these images because I know so many love Tom Petty. Like they, I was and remain gutted at his untimely, tragic death. What he did for the love of rock n roll.

I was stunned seeing some of these photos. I had no idea I shot some moving, evocative images of this classic performer and his band. This is for his fans. And all American Girls. #TomPetty1977 #TomPettyAndHeartbreakers #TheWhisky

#JennyLens #PunkPioneersDotCom #PunkPioneers #PunkPioneersJennyLens #PunkPhotosForSale

SIGNED Ltd Ed Prints: Numbered, Signed/Cert of Authenticity

8×10 = $125 ltd ed 10 (20.32 x 25.4 cm)

11×14 = $225 ltd ed 10 (27.94 x 35.56 cm)

16×20 = $525 ltd ed 5 (40.64 x 50.8 cm)

UNSIGNED Open Edition Prints:

8×10 = $75 (20.32 x 25.4 cm)

11×14 = $150 (27.94 x 35.56 cm)

16×20 = $325 (40.64 x 50.8 cm)

Shipping: $15 USA

CA tax: 10.25% (only on prints, not shipping)

Europe and elsewhere: BEFORE ordering, pls write me! COMPLETE shipping address. Whatever PayPal charges for shipping, I charge. Hopefully under $30.

Printing process: Lightjet professional prints. Kodak archival paper and inks. This process is the most light-fast, long lasting. Superior results to any silver gelatin or c-prints. After labs scratched and lost most valued negs, and both color and black and white were fugly, I am only offering museum quality prints from top professional labs.

Color and Black/White are usually printed on Lustre paper, which has gorgeous color but not much sheen. Metallic paper is great for some color, onstage photos. Depends upon image.