Cameraman David Myers Profiled at AAJ


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David Myers
Of the film documenters of rock's history, cameraman David Myers was the one truly at the epicenter of rock film nirvana. Just one of Myers' major friends and filmic collaborators was Bob Dylan, who in April 2008 received an honorary Pulitzer Prize, cited for his “profound impact on popular music and American culture, marked by lyrical compositions of extraordinary poetic power." With Dylan having a banner year, it might be appropriate to take a look at Myers' film work. Myers was one of Dylan's close friends and a trusted collaborator on many of his film projects.

AAJ Contributor Randall Robinson creates a living, breathing picture of the late Myers through interviews with Myers, Woodstock director Michael Wadleigh, singer/songwriter Neil Young, Star Wars director George Lucas and others.

Check out David Myers: Cameraman to the Rock Stars at AAJ today!

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