A awe-inspiring list of music stars have taken part in a multimedia art installation called The Adoration Trilogy: Searching for Apollo. It’s a collaboration between The Who‘s Roger Daltrey and photographer Alistair Morrison, and it was unveiled Monday at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum.
The project, which will raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust and Teen Cancer America, includes a series of stylized photos of various musicians posing either together or alone, as well as video clips of the participating artists.
Among the more than 60 many stars featured in the photos are Daltrey, his Who band mate Pete Townshend, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Elton John, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Brian Wilson and The Rolling Stones‘ Bill Wyman and Ronnie Wood.
In addition, the photos include Van Morrison, Queen‘s Brian May and Roger Taylor, John Oates, Rod Stewart, Jon Bon Jovi, Barry Gibb, Bryan Adams, Steven Tyler, Billy Idol, Steve Winwood, Ray Davies, Joe Walsh, Mick Fleetwood, Peter Frampton, Peter Gabriel, Smokey Robinson, Foreigner‘s Mick Jones, Pink Floyd‘s David Gilmour and Nick Mason, Led Zeppelin‘s Robert Plant and John Paul Jones, Mark Knopfler, James Taylor, Donovan, Art Garfunkel, Don McLean, Tom Jones, Tito Jackson, Nile Rodgers, Slash, Neil Sedaka, ex-Who/Faces drummer Kenney Jones and more.
About a dozen or so of the artists who are featured in the installation attended the unveiling event Monday. Details about the project and how it will raise funds for the aforementioned charities are still emerging. Visit TheAdorationTrilogy.com for more information.
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