"Rolling Thunder: Photographs by Ken Regan," published by Ormand Yard Press, showcases the intimate behind-the-scenes moments of Bob Dylan's Rolling Thunder Revue, forty years later in a Limited Edition book, containing many never seen before photos, to be published March 2016.
Regan had an illustrious career photographing music, sports, Hollywood and political greats. Notorious for his discretion, he won Dylan's trust through the simple act of not publishing photos taken at a concert of the musician's mother.
Regan was the sole photographer on the tour, which included music greats Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell, Ramblin' Jack Elliott and T-Bone Burnett. Poet Allen Ginsberg and actor Sam Shepard were part of the entourage. Regan once explained, "Bob had given me free rein to shoot it all--onstage, offstage, dressing rooms, parties, trailers, whatever was going on," with just one caveat that any photos of Dylan's family couldn't be released publicly.
Dylan and the band warm up, during Ken's first shoot in October 1975, documenting a day of rehearsal sessions in New York.
By CBSNews.com Senior Photo Editor Radhika Chalasani