FACED: Wayne Coyne Print

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"Wayne Coyne and bandmate Stephen Drozd came up to me at an early ‘90s Reading Festival to ask me about my Henry Rollins story. (I flew to England thinking that Henry was probably going to beat me up."

Wayne Coyne Print

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"The radio station I worked for, WHFS, was billing it as 'Riggs Vs. Rollins @ Reading'. It ended without me getting punched, although Rollins did rail at me in front of the English press). For a couple of years after our first meeting, Wayne mailed me things addressed to 'Gomer'."

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 8.25 x 14.5
Publication Notes unmounted, signed
Publication Date Summer 2014
ISBN n/a

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