Grammy Museum Chooses Ed Gallucci Bruce Springsteen Photographs for National Show

Ed Gallucci Photography is excited to announce that photos from his Bruce Springsteen collection are currently being chosen by the Grammy Museum of Los Angeles for a traveling show documenting the early days of Bruce Springsteen’s career. The traveling show will open in the Woody Guthrie Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma on April 29th of 2014 and will be displayed in museums throughout the country for two years. We will post the full show schedule as soon as it is available.

Ed was the earliest photographer to document Bruce Springsteen in his legendary musical career. Through documentation like Ed’s photographs, we are able to see how this music icon developed his signature musical style. Ed’s photos were taken in 1972, the same year that Bruce signed with Columbia Records. With this record deal, Bruce started gathering his New Jersey based colleagues who would later become the famous E Street Band. This particular year was the turning point where Bruce Springsteen moved from the local New Jersey music scene to the national spotlight, and Ed Gallucci was there to document it. This show also features the work of four other photographers that documented Bruce, including Pamela Springsteen, Frank Stefanko, Eric Meola, and Danny Clinch.