Dutch born Rob Bosboom started his career working for the famous photographers Maria Austria and Henk Jonker after finishing his studies at photography school. Becoming one of the only Dutch music photographers, Bosboom found a niche photographing artists of the sixties for magazine and record publications. With a collection including Jimi Hendrix and The Rolling Stones, Bosboom caught timeless frames in music history. Notably as one of the few photographers on stage, Bosboom captured the famous Rolling Stones concert in Kurhaus in 1964 that only lasted seven minutes before fans stormed the stage.
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