"Klaus was just amazing. You had to have an open mind to appreciate what he was doing. Even though at the time, New Wave was a very broad genre, Klaus was outside even that. His version of 'Samson and Delilah' would bring me to tears. This triptych feature Klaus, Joey Arias and Adrian performing at Max's Kansas City for the first time."
George DuBose shot the photo that would later become the cover for the B-52’s 1979 self-titled debut album. He captured Madonna during her first gig, created the cover art for the last nine Ramones albums and would go on to work with Tom Waits, REM, The Go-Go’s, Melissa Etheridge and Kid Creole and the Coconuts.
He captured icons in their infancy. DuBose was there, on the front lines, photographing artists who would influence decades of sound and style. His photographs evidence not only the beginning’s of such quintessential bands, but also the photographer who was there, unknowingly making legends of them both.
Now, House of Roulx is contributing in our own way by sharing DuBose’s works with both existing fans and an entirely new generation, so that they will also come to know the man who captured and help break the people who made music what it is today.
Modern Archival Pigment Print
Printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta 325 GSM Fiber Paper
Digitally Mastered from Original Negative
Hand Numbered in Limited Editions
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