Black Sabbath, Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger and more part of Birmingham photo exhibition

By Rebecca Sayce | Attractions | Published: | Last Updated:

Black Sabbath, Rolling Stones, Nina Simone and more are the subjects of a photo exhibition in Birmingham.

Black Sabbath in Edgbaston. Photo by: Jim Simpson

The exhibition, that takes place at Lee Longlands on Broad Street, features a number of images from the 1960s shot by Jim Simpson, former manager of Birmingham metal icons Black Sabbath.

As part of Birmingham Jazz Festival, The gallery explores rock and blues music in the Midlands.

Subjects include the likes of Mick Jagger at ATV Studios in Aston, Little Richard and Chuck Berry at Birmingham Hippodrome, Jerry Lee Lewis in the Mayor's Parloud in West Bromwich, Howlin' Wolf at Birmingham Town Hall, and more.

Exhibition Launch at Lee Longlands

Prints of the images will be available to purchase at the event.

The exhibition runs until July 31.

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Rebecca Sayce

By Rebecca Sayce

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