Photo: Dan Cuny

In this week's edition of Film Fridays – brought to us by our friends at – photographer Dan Cuny takes us on a trip back in time to an era of rock and roll when venues didn't restrict cameras, tickets cost no more than $6, ISO 200 film was considered 'fast' and standing ten feet away from David Bowie's thrusting hips was an ordinary Saturday night affair.

Click the link for Cuny's insights into the era and plenty more photographs of rock and roll legends including George Harrison, Blondie, Freddie Mercury and more.

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About Film Fridays: We recently launched an analog forum and in a continuing effort to promote the fun of the medium, we'll be sharing film-related content on Fridays, including articles from our friends at 35mmc.