Lynn Goldsmith

    This week, we re-broadcast our 2008 interview with Will Powers, AKA the acclaimed Rock Photographer Lynn Goldsmith.

      This weekend I will be at my brother’s wedding, so we will re-broadcast our interview with Will Powers, the voice of inspiration who is really acclaimed Rock Photographer Lynn Goldsmith.

        Recently, I had the pleasure of speaking with Lynn Goldsmith twice on Revenge of the 80s Radio: once on her career as a photographer and director and once about her alter ego Will Powers. During those discussions we talked about Goldsmith’s upcoming exhibits and shows. One of them, “Rock and Roll,” begins October 2nd at […]

          The podcast for this week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio show, featuring an interview with Will Powers, is up and available at the bottom of this post. Will is actually Lynn Goldsmith, the brilliant world-class photographer and director who brought us the album Dancing for Mental Health, which is currently available on CD Baby. [amazonify]0810994054[/amazonify]Goldsmith […]

            Our guest for this Friday night’s broadcast/podcast of Revenge of the 80s Radio will be Will Powers, who is really Lynn Goldsmith, world-renowned photographer and director who is the brains, voice and driving force behind Will Powers and The Will Powers Institute. Lynn talks about the beginnings of Will Powers as an idea of hers […]

              The podcast for this week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio show is up. With the upcoming final Police concert in New York, we invited Lynn Goldsmith, the famed photographer who put together the 2007 book The Police: 1978-1983 featuring a huge collection of her work with the band as well as quotes and insights from […]

                Click here to listen to Revenge of the 80s Radio LIVE 7-9pm Ea>stern US time This week, we will cover three major new wave stories: MTV’s 27th anniversary The Regeneration Tour kicks off its run through North America The Police’s last concert – August 7 in New York We will talk with famed rock photographer […]

                  While The Police are embarking on their final U.S. tour, I thought it would be interesting to talk with someone who was with them behind the scenes in their early years. Enter: Lynn Goldsmith, photographer and author of the 2007 book The Police 1978-1983. [amazonify]0316005916[/amazonify]Goldsmith had been with Sting, Andy Summer and Stewart Copeland through […]


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