FACED: Liam Gallagher Print

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"I first photographed Oasis before they were well-known, at a show at Hammerjacks. Noel and I got along swimmingly, bonding over drugs and The Rutles. Liam, on the other hand, seemed to only be interested in pushing my buttons."

Liam Gallagher Print

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"At our second meeting, he said something a little snotty to me as he walked by me with his posse backstage at the Patriot Center. I started yelling 'Don't fuck with me, Liam. You don't want to fucking fuck with me!' It wasn't a great pre-interview meeting. He ended up canceling our interview and I talked to his brother."

From 1992-2000 and from 2002-2007 Johnny Riggs worked as a DJ at Baltimore/Washington's leading alternative rock radio station, WHFS (and on XM Radio from 2000-2002). He was also in the band Cinnamon Toast.

Being in a band and also a popular DJ at a beloved area radio station gave him access to a wide range of "alternative" (#whateverthatmeans) artists. Equipped with a Polaroid Captiva, he used that access to take these. He has been shooting Polaroids since he was 7 years old.

Unmounted. Signed. Somerset Velvet Fine Arts Print.

From FACED by Johnny Riggs. A photo exhibit from Atomic Books' Eightbar, running from June 6 - July 31, 2014.

Note: Prints will be available after the closing of the show at the end of July 2014.

Additional Information

Author Johnny Riggs
Publisher Atomic Books
Page Count 1pp
Publication Size 14.5 x 8.25
Publication Notes unmounted, signed
Publication Date Summer 2014
ISBN n/a

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