Michael G. Bush has been photographing live concerts since the late '70s. He has shot superstars like The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Queen, The Who, The Bee Gees, Marvin Gaye, Bob Dylan, Rod Stewart, Stevie Wonder, Santana, James Brown, Paul McCartney and David Bowie, but he was partial to the Pioneers of Rock 'n' Roll like The Everly Brothers, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, Bo Diddley, Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis, Fats Domino, Little Richard, and Ricky Nelson. When Chuck Berry’s 1987 autobiography was published, Michael had more of his photos included than any other photographer. The Beach Boys used his photographs in their press kit and he was the featured photographer in their 25th Anniversary tour program. Michael’s portfolio reads like a Who’s Who of the Original Rock 'n' Roll Era, shooting nearly every charting act & teen idol of the '60s from Herb Alpert to the Zombies, as well as Doo Wop legends, the '60s Chicago music scene and hit-makers of the '70s and '80s, including Alice Cooper, Ted Nugent, Cheap Trick, The Police and KISS (without makeup). Michael has also been a road photographer for several tours, traveling with The Monkees during the '80s and '90s and providing photos for their official tour programs. Michael has formed close friendships with many of the acts, and has been called “The best kept secret in Rock 'n' Roll Photography.” His work has also been featured on album covers, in newspapers, magazines, and on many artists’ websites. A Chicago native and resident, Michael also shoots Major League Baseball games and he’s planning to publish a series of books and limited edition prints featuring his photography in the coming years. Michael G. Bush Biography: Michael Bush Exhibits The Sixties Museum will be proud to feature the Michael G. Bush collection in its main photo gallery. The museum will also offer traveling exhibits on loan to other museums and galleries.  If your organization is interested in exhibiting the works of Michael G. Bush, please contact us at info@60smuseum.org for more information. © Copyright 2013.  All Rights Reserved The Sixties Museum is proud to announce our association with Michael G. Bush and his massive collection of Rock and Roll and Sports legends.  His collection adds to the museum’s future display potential.  Help us to build a home for Michael’s collection and all the other collections we will have for your viewing enjoyment.