Stone Pony Asbury Park Snow Covered Artwork print
Stone Pony Asbury Park snow covered artwork by Bill McKim will last a lifetime.
We call Metal Prints “jaw droppers” for good reason. Printed on high-gloss metal with rounded edges, they make colors brightly pop and bring out the deepest contrasts in black and white images.
The Stone Pony Asbury Park New Jersey photograph by Bill McKim. Our prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color.The copies are all high resolution and look much better printed. Larger sizes available. hone 732.451.6003 ask for Bill with any questions or for international shipping email firstname.lastname@example.org
Stone Pony Asbury Park print is a unique perspective on a perfect snowy night kinda like when Bruce Springsteen talks of meeting Clarence Clemons for the first time in Asbury Park on a stormy night.
A few nights later, the Bruce Springsteen Band began a stint at the Student Prince a couple of blocks away from the Wonder Bar. During a break in the Joyful Noyze’s set, Cassidy and Clemons walked over to see Springsteen, despite a Nor’easter. According to the legend, when Clemons opened the door to the club, the wind tore the door from its hinges and it blew north up Kingsley Street.
The band was also on a break, and they approached Bruce to ask if Clemons could sit in for a bit, to which Springsteen obliged. The personal and musical chemistry between the two was instant. “I will never, ever forget the feeling I got when we hit that first note,” Clemons said in Peter Ames Carlin’s Bruce. “It was so urgent, so real, so exciting to me. It was like I’d been searching for so long, and now, thank God, I am finally, finally, where I’m supposed to be.”
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