Guitar Heroes: Photographs from Behind the Six String
(in the gallery)

Concert with Ricky “King” Russell & The Cadillac Horns
(In the Hotel Commonwealth Ballroom)

March 20th - June 9th, 2015
Opening Reception: Friday, March 20th from 5:30-7:30pm.
Silent Auction: Friday, March 20th from 7:30-9:00pm.
Benefit Concert: Friday, March 20th from 8:00-10:00pm.


As part of our philanthropic efforts, 100% of the money that we raise
with our auction, raffle, and benefit concert will go toward these two
music non-profit organizations:

Keeping the Blues Alive organization, started by Joe Bonamassa
and
The Community Music Center of Boston.

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Loads of young, aspiring guitar players use to cover their bedroom walls with photographs and posters of their favorite musicians. I know this first hand because when I was younger, I was like that. As society has moved into a more digital world, today's guitar heroes are not worshiped like their predecessors from the past––the game has changed. Just search YouTube and you’ll see an endless crop of exceptional guitar players from all over the world looking to be discovered.

This exhibition at Panopticon Gallery is meant to inspire those musicians who strive for greatness. We are mixing photographs of the famous, with the not so famous––from the stage to the street. So come join us and be inspired as we showcase these guitar-themed photographs by Ron Pownall, Rowland Scherman, Roger Farrington, Jeff Thiebauth, Daniel Tedeschi, Harold Feinstein, Ernest C. Withers, Leslii Stevens, Paris Visone, Gary Samson, Steven McBride, Marc Lacatell and others to be announced soon.

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